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TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF TH E

C ommissioner of Banking
ON

State Banks, Mutual Savings Banks and
Trust Companies

OF

W ISCONSIN

SHOW ING TH E CONDITIONS OF A L L STATE BAN K S, M UTUAL
SAVINGS BANKS, TRUST COMPANY B AN K S, AND N A­
TIO NAL B AN KS IN ST A T E AT TH E CLOSE OF
BUSINESS NOVEMBER 17, 1919,

MADISON, WISCONSIN
D emocrat P rin tin g Co m p a n y , S tate P rinter
1920


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ROSTER OE THE STATE BANKING DEPARTMENT
November 17, 1919

1. M arshall C ousins, Commissioner of Banking____Eau Claire

2. W. 11. R ichards, Deputy Commissioner-_-Black River Palls
3. A. R. E merson , Chief Examiner

Belmont

4. T homas H erreid, Examiner _

Blair

5. C. P. S ch w enk er , Examiner

Eau Claire

6. R. B. E llis , Examiner

Oconto

7. C. T. S hape , Examiner

Milwaukee

8. B. M. B ackus , Examiner _

Madison

9. G eorge D. L uscher , Examiner

Milwaukee

10. H enry N. N elson , Examiner

Amherst Junction

11. W allace C. E dwards, Examiner
12. G. W. J amieson , Examiner

Kewaunee

_<

Madison

13. I rving E. B ackus . Examiner

Madison

14. P. H. L in l e y , Examiner Building & Loan_______ Eau Claire
15. W illiam L.; Qa.ke.Yj E xam iner^-'________________ Madison
16. C. M. M orRÌsoN’/'Clhi-k 1* 1 "’ ?J ’

-•*

17. C harles E. B utters,^Ül^r^A
18. J ennie N elson , rCRnlC I l V I

1-1-1 Mor r isonville
--------------- Viroqua

A _1

'l ------------ Madison

19. V era B rewer , Clerk

---------------Madison

20. Genevieve V an G ent , Clerk

--------------- Madison


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CONTENTS

Page
c
In trod u ction ______________
------ --------------------—-----------rJ
General Condition_____________________________________
5_<j
New B a n k s_________________________________
q
Increase in Capital_______ _______________________________
]q
Charters Extended^—Changes in Name________________
11
Banks Nationalized— Liquidated and Consolidated_____
11
12
In the Hands of the Commissioner____________________
State Bank of Hersey, In Liquidation_____________
17
Salem State Bank, Liquidated____________________
17
Recommendations for New Legislation________________ . iy
Transmission of Money to Foreign Countries__________
21
Land Mortgage Associations___________________________
21
Statistical Table, Compiled from Returnsfor 1919______
22
Statistical Table, Comparative_________________________
23
Abstracts of Reports of National Banks_______________
24
Consolidated Statistical Abstract_____________________
25
State Banking Department____________________________
26
Increase in Appropriation_________________________
27
Names and Compensation of Employes________________
28
Schedule— Showing Disbursements and Receipts______
29
Statement of Banks, Trust Companies, and Land Mort­
gage Associations Alphabetically Arranged by Cities
and Villages:
State B a n k s _______________
432
Savings B a n k s___________________________________ 433-436
Trust Companies _______ _________________________ 437_446
Land Mortgage Associations______________________447-448
National B a n k s __________________________________ 449-523


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State Banking Department

TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT
To His Excellency, E m a n u e l L. P h il ip p ,
Governor of Wisconsin.
S i r : I have the honor to submit to yon this, the twentyfifth annual report on banks in Wisconsin, in compliance with
section 2024— 5 of the statutes.
The compilation is made on the basis of the call for statement
of November 17, 1919, and exhibits the financial condition of
seven hundred and eighty-three state banks, six mutual savings
banks, and sixteen trust companies doing business under our
state laws on the date mentioned.
State banks and trust companies represent an aggregate cap­
ital investment of $28,616,550, and a gain during the twelve
months period in capital invested of $2,348,900. Their total re­
sources were $469,338,927.86, which shows an increase of
$104,775,465.59, being the largest increase in resources for a
similar period in the history of the state. My report itemizes
abstracts of reports of each of the three groups of Wisconsin in­
stitutions, the land mortgage associations and the national banks
of the state.
G eneral C ondition

During the past year the state of Wisconsin has continued to
enjoy prosperity. The banking institutions have had their full
share of the prosperity and have shown a marked growth. In
many respects they have set a new figure.
Comparing the figures as shown by the statements of Novem­
ber 1, 1918, with the figures shown by the statements of No­
vember 17, 1919, we find the condition of banks to be far stronger
than a year ago. Attention is called to the following changes:


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Investments in United States bonds, certificates of indebted­
ness, war savings certificates, and thrift stamps increased
$6,716,915.44.
The investment in state, municipal, and other bonds increased
$10,157,667.97.
On November 17, 1916, the Wisconsin banks showed invest­
ments in bonds, including United States government, state, mu­
nicipal, and other bonds, of $32,658,815.56, government bonds
represented a very small part of this total. The figures of
November 17, 1919, just three years later,, show an investment
in state, municipal, and other bonds, of $46,329,719.15, and in
United States bonds, certificates of indebtedness, war savings cer­
tificates, and thrift stamps of $36,682,198.48, a total investment
of $83,011,917.63, or a gain during the three years of $50,353,120.07.
Between November 1, 1918, and November 17, 1919, the
amount of the balances of Wisconsin banks carried with other
banks increased $16,640,330.26.
On the liability side, the showing is very satisfactory. The in­
dividual deposits show an increase of $37,173,133.41. Demand
certificates of deposit an increase of $6,349,098.93. Time cer­
tificates of deposit show an increase of $34,687,443.19, and sav­
ings accounts a gain of $29,451,819.99. These last two amounts
represent the savings of our citizens on deposit with state banks,
and show the gain for the year to have been over $64,000,000.
The total savings funds in the state banks on November 17,
1919, was $221,654,146.86.
The capital invested increased during the period $2,348,900,
the surplus fund $1,394,449.89, and the undivided profits $2,140,520.33. The capital and surplus on November 17, 1919, of the
state banks was $38,686,813.38.
The reduction of notes and bills rediscounted $3,752,836.07,
and of bills payable $7,848,078.90, a total reduction of over $11,100,000 is especially to be noted.
No Wisconsin banks have failed during the past year, and this
is but a continuation of the record for immunity from failures
which has continued for a long period.
During the year banks were again called upon to assist in
financing the government, they subscribed liberally of their own
funds for government securities, and rendered especially effective
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allotted to Wisconsin. I regret I am unable at this time to give
a detailed report of the splendid service rendered by our W is­
consin banks in assisting in financing the war.
Through the courtesy of Mr. Heath and Mr. White of the
Chicago Federal Reserve Bank, the figures covering the banks
in the seventh federal reserve district were furnished ns, but
we were unable to obtain from the Minneapolis Federal Reserve
Bank similar figures. I hope to be able to make this a matter
of record in my next report.
In many other ways than that of assisting in the financing of
the government, banks have been called upon to render public
service. A letter from this department, asking the cooperation
of banks in assisting soldiers to adjust their accounts with the
government and arrange their war risk insurance met with
hearty response from the banks.
The department on November 17, 1919, had under its supervis­
ion eight hundred and ninety-three institutions, as follows:
.State Banks ............................................................................................... 183
Mutual Savings B anks...........................................................................
6
Trust Company Banks.........................................................................
16
Land Mortgage Associations..............................................................
2
Building and Loan Associations.......................................................
86

893
The banking department was organized in the fall of 1895,
and the first call, issued by Hon. Edward I. Kidd, the head of
the department of that day, brought statements from two hun­
dred and thirty-three banks with total resources of $43,334,012.44. During the period of twenty-five years, the number of
banks has increased from two hundred and thirty-three to eight
hundred and five, a gain of five hundred and seventy-two, or
two hundred and forty-five per cent. The total resources have
increased from $43,334,012.44 to $469,338,927.86, a gain of
$426,004,915.42, or nine hundred and ninety-nine plus per cent.
The growth of the banks can be better illustrated by compari­
son with the figures of the corresponding statement for 1914.
At that time there were six hundred and sixty-seven institutions
reporting, with total assets of $238,561,733.03. In the five year
period, the increase in number of banks has been one hundred
and thirty-eight, but total assets have nearly doubled.
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O F B A N K IN G

of the banks have earnestly and conscientiously co-operated with
the department and its representatives in the effort to sustain
the standard the Wisconsin banks have established. It has been
necessary, in some instances, to suggest to banks a change in cer­
tain minor conditions found to prevail in them, and it is with
pleasure that I say the suggestion, in all cases, has been suffic­
ient. During the war, owing to the entry of hundreds of officials
and employes of banks into the military service, the institutions
were compelled to employ inexperienced help, and, in other
cases, owing to their inability to obtain help, the force was in­
sufficient to care for the great increase in business accruing
through war activities. During the year there has been a grad­
ual return to the methods prevailing before the war, and it has
been made the special duty of examiners to make suggestions to
banks that might aid them in returning more quickly to the old
methods, and, in some instances, improve upon them.
The call into service of so many of the men from the banks
made it necessary for a great number of them to employ women
as bookkeepers and tellers. It has been found that they adapt
themselves quickly to the work, -and the officers of the banks
pronounce themselves as greatly pleased with the services ren­
dered by them. It appears to have opened a new field of em­
ployment for women as many propose to continue them in
service.
We are pleased to offer the following statements and figures
as to the banking resources of all state banks and trust com­
panies of the country based on the call of June 30, 1919, or the
call nearest thereto in the case of states not making a call for
June 30th.
Both in number and resources, startling results are shown.
In the forty-eight states there were 21,028 of these institutions,
with total resources of $25,965,675,836.30. As of the same date,
the call of the comptroller of the currency shows 7,705 national
banks, with total resources of $20,799,550,000. The full bank­
ing resources of the nation at that time, therefore, amounted to
the vast sum of $46,765,225,836.30.
Only within the last two years have official statistics been
available for the computation of the resources of the state bank­
ing system. For this reason the public has not realized the great
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financial system. It will doubtless be a revelation to most people
that the resources of the state institutions exceed those of the
national banks by $5,166,125,836. For the year ending June 30,
1919, the growth of the state institutions in the United States
amounted to $3,690,571,692.41, and that of national banks to
$2,550,550,000.
It should be kept in mind that the above figures do not in­
clude trust funds, corporate trusts, building and loan associa­
tions, or private banks. The inclusion of these items and classes
of institutions under state banking control would increase the
figures for Pennsylvania alone by more than $2,000,000,000 of
actual assets.
N ew S tate B anks and T rust Companies

Twenty-four new state banks were authorized to commence
business in Wisconsin from No\ ember 1, 1918, to November 17,
1919. The average capitalization of these banks is $31,666.66%.
N EW ST ATE B AN K S

Name of Bank

No.

1
2

3

4

5

6

7

8
fl
10

11
12

13
14
15

16

17
18

10
20

21
22

23
24

Hubbleton State B a n k ...........................
Bank of C a m p ia..........................................
Ixonia State B a n k ......................................
Galesburg: State B a n k ..............................
Farmers State B ank..................................
Farmers Tri-County State Bank..........
Peshtigo........................... ............................
Brill State B a n k ................ .......................
Citizens State B ank...................................
Poplar State B ank.....................................
Mil waukee Commercial Bank..............
State Bank of Lone R o c k ......................
Y uba State Bank........................................
Altoona State Bank...................................
The South Side State B a n k ..................
Merchants & Farmers State B a n k .. . .
State Bank of Green V a l le y .................
Greenville State B ank ..............................
Bank of T o n y ..............................................
Leopolis State B ank.................................
First Trust Company of Appleton-----State Bank of Nichols...........................
First State Bank......................................
The New American Bank of Oshkosh
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Hubbleton..................
C am p ia........................
Txonia .........................
Galesburg...................
Steuben .......................
A n iw a .........................
Peshtigo......................
B r ill.................... .
Birch wood................
Poplar .........................
Milwaukee..................
Lone R ock..................
Y u li a ...........................
A ltoona.......................
Green B ay..................
Marathon C ity......... Ì
Green V alle y.............
Greenville..................
T o n y .............................
L eopolis........... —
Appleton............. . . .
N ic h o ls........................
Sanborn .............. ......
Oshkosh.......................

Capital

$ 10,000
10,000
10,000

15.000

10.000
10,000
25.000

10.000
15.000

10.000
100,000
15.000

10.000
10,000
50.000
40,000
15.000
15.000
10.000

10,000
100,000

25.000

10.000
225,000
1760,000

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I ncrease in Capital

Fifty-four banks have voluntarily increased their capital dur­
ing the period covered by this report.
in c r e a s e

in

c a p it a l

No.

Name of Bank

Location

1

North Avenue State Bank ..............
Bank of New A u b u r n ................ .......
State Bank of Fredonia....................
Crawford County Bank.....................
Citizens State Bank.............................
State Bank of Marathon C ity.........
Livingston State Bank.......................
Lomira State Bank.............................
The Superior State B ank..................
Farmers State B a n k ...........................
The Security Bank*.............................
Wisconsin State B a n k ........................
The Necedah B a n k .............................
Bank of D u ran d ..................................
Bank of Edgar......................................
Germantown State Ilank..................
Brown County State B a n k ..............
State Bank of L adysm ith................
Stratford State B ank.........................
Farmers & Merchants State Bank.
Appleton State B ank.........................
Citizens State B ank..... .................
American Exchange B ank..............
Bank of Poynette...............................
Merchants & Savings Bank..............
Kendall State Bank.............................
First State B ank..................................
Reedsville State B ank........................
Bank of E le v a ........................'.............
Greenwood’s State B ank..................
Bank of Minooqua...............................
State Bank of W abeno. . b .
Bank of Cashton.................................
Bank of Black C reek ... .* ........! . . !
State Bank of De Pere......................
Barton State Bank..............................
Alm ena State Bank.............................
Iron Exchange Bank...........................
Burnt tt County State B a n k ......... !
New Franken State Bank................
State Bank of Fennimore................
Commercial Bank................................
Cole Savings B ank...............................
Bank of Cameron.................................
Strong’s B a n k .. .................................
Bank of H olm an........................
State Bank of Cum erland..............
Wisconsin Trust Company!-............
Bank of Athens....................................
Farmers and Merchants B a n k .......
Bank of Arcadia ................................
Farmers State B ank...........................
Thiensville State B ank......................
Ashland County Bank.......................

Milwaukee............
New Auburn .......
Fredonia................
Prairie uu Chien.
Sparta ....................
Marathon C ity ...
Li Kingston.............
Lom ira....................
Superior................
Arcadia..................
A mherst J unct’n .
Delavan ................
Necedah ................
Durand...................
Edgar......................
So. Germantown..
Green B ay............
L ad ysm ith ...........
Stratford ...............
River Falls...........
A ppleton ..............
Wausau ..............
M ilw au kee...........
Poynette................
Jan esville............
K endall..................
E lm w ood ..............
R eedsville............
E le' a ....................
Lake M ills............
Minocqua.............
W abeno..................
Cashton .................
Black Creek.........
De Pere..................
B arton..................
A lm en a.......... .......
Hurley.............
Webster..................
New Franken ___
Fennim ore...........
C h i.to n ..................
Fond du L ac.........
Cam eron...............
Hodge v i lle ...........
Holm an..................
Cumberland.........
M ilw au kee...........
Athens.-..................
Chetek....................
Arcadia..................
Arcadia. ..............
Thiensville...........
B u ttern u t............

2

3

4

5
6

7

8

9

10

11

12
13
14
15

16
17

18
19
20

21
22

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

T o ta l...............................................

^Changed name to Security State Bank.
■('Changed name to First Wisconsin Trust Company.


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Increased
From

$50,000

10,000

15,000
30,000
25,000
15,000
15,000
15,000

10,000

15,000
8,500
30,000
15,000
25,000
15,000

10,000
50.000
35.000
25,000
50.000
50,000
50,000
500,000

10,000
100,000

15,00015,000

10,000
10.000

80,000
5 000

10,000
20,000
10,000
50,000

10.000
10,000
30,000

10,000
12,000
50,000
25,000
50,000

10,000

To

$100.000
25.000
30,000
50,000
50.000
40,000
25 000
25,000

20,000

25,000
12,500
50,000
30,000
50,000
40,000
25,000

100,000

50 009
50,000
75,000

100,000
100,000
1 , 000,000
40,000
300,000
20,00O
25,000
25,000
25,000

100,000

8,500
25,000
40,000
25,000

100,000
15,000

20 000

50,000
25,000
50.000

100.000
40.000

100.000

25,000
25,000
16,000
15,000

25,000
80,000
30,000
50.000
800,000
42,000
15,000
50,000
40,009
40,000
30,000

$2,301,500

$4,409,000

50,000
15,000

10,000

500 000
30.000

10,000

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C H ANGES IN NAM ES OF ST A TE BAN K S
No.

1
2
3

1
2
3
4
5

Name of Bank

Location

German American B ank................
The Security Bank..............................
Wisconsin Trust Company..............

Changed to

Manitowoc.........
American Exchange Bank
Amherst Junct’n The Security State Bank
M ilw au kee......... First Wisconsin Trust Co.

C H AR TER S E X T E N D E D
Bank of Lake Mills.....................................................................
Monroe County Bank.................................................................
Benton State B a n k .....................................................................
State Bank of De P e re ...................... ......... ............................
Bank of Athens......... ..................................................................

Lake Mills, Wisconsin
Sparta, Wisconsin
Benton, Wisconsin
De Pere, Wisconsin
Athens, Wisconsin

B AN K S N A T IO N A L IZ E D
The Citizens State B ank................................................... .
Sparta, Wisconsin

1

L IQ U ID A T E D A N D C O NSOLIDATED

No.

1
2
3
4

Location

Consolidated with

Milwaukee...........
Necedah ..............
Mil wau kee...........
Oshkosh................

North A venue State Bank
The Necedah Bank
First Trust Company
The New American Bank
of Oshkosh

Name of Bank

Wisconsin State Savings B ank.......
The Security Bank ............................
Wisconsin Trust Company* ...........
The American Bank of Oshkosh..

*Now First Wisconsin Trust Company.
L IQ U ID A T E D
1 Salem State Bank.................................. ..................................... Salem, Wisconsin
2 Neenah Paper Company Employes Savings B ank......... Neenah. Wiscousin
3 The Citizens State Bank.......................................................... Sparta, Wisconsin

The State Bank of Kewaunee filed certificate certifying to a
previous amendment to its articles of incorporation.
The Farmers Loan and Trust Company of New York was au­
thorized to transact business in Wisconsin under section 2024—•
78s.
The First Wisconsin Land Mortgage Association of Bau Claire,
Wisconsin, amended its articles increasing its capital from
$10,000 to $40,000.
C A P IT A L INC REASE
Capital November 1,1918......................................................................
Capital 24 new banks ...................................................... .....................
Capital 54 banks increased..................................................................
Tne Security Bank. Necedah, consolidated.................................
Wisconsin State Savings Bank, Milwaukee, consolidated—
The American Bank of Oshkosh............................. .........................
First Trust Company. Milwaukee, consolidated........................
Citizens State Bank, Sparta, nationalized....................................
Salem State Bank, liqu idated............................................................
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$26,267,650
760 000
2,107,500
-------------------- -

$29,135,150

815,000
50,000
100,000
300,000
50,000
3,600
$28,616,550

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REPORT

OF THE

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O F B A N K IN G

CL A SSIF IC A TIO N OF B A N K S AS TO C A P IT A L STOCK
Banks having a capital of—
Under...................................... 810,000— . . .................................
O f.............................................
1 0 ,0 0 0 -....................................
O v e r ................................... ..
10,000—Less than 815,000..
O f .............................................
O v e r........................................

15,000— .................................
15,000—Less than 20,000..

O f.............................................
O v e r ......... .............................

2 0 ,0 0 0 -....................................
20,000—Less than 25,000.

No. of Banks
................
4
.................
209
................
24

101
10

121

O f.............................................

2 5 ,0 0 0 -.....................................

O f . . . . ......................................
O v e r ........................................

3 0 ,0 0 0 -.................................
30,000—Less than 35,000.

Of ........................................ .
O v e r........................................

3 5 ,0 0 0 -...................................
35,000—Less than 40,000..

O f ......................: .....................
O v e r ........................................

4 0 ,0 0 0 -.........................................................................................
40,000—Less than 45,000.....................................................

29

3

O f .......................... ....................
45.000 ............................
O f .......................... ......................
50,000. ..............................
O f .......................... ......................
55,000 ..........................
O f ........................ ....................
60.000 ....................................
O v e r .................... ......................
60,0 0 0 -Less than 65,000...................................
Of ...................... ....................
65,000 ...................................
O f........................ ....................
70.000 ......................................
O f ....................... ....................
75,000 ...........................
O f ........................ ....................
80,000 ...............................
O f .......................... ...................... 100 . 000- ..........................
O f ....................... ...................... 125,000 ....................
O f .......................... ...................... 150,000
................
O f .......................... ...................... 200,000 - ........................
O f .......................... ...................... 225,000 ....................
.............
O f .......................... . . . . v..........
250,000- ............................
O f .......................... ...................... 300.000 ................................
O f ......................... ...................... 400.000 ................................
O f .......................... ...................... 800,000 ..........................
....................
Of ........................ ......................1 , 000,000 ...............................

3
28

To^al..........................................................................................................................................

798

Mutual Savings Banks having no capital s to c k ...........
Citizens Savings & Trust Co., Milwaukee (in liqu idation).A ! .! ! ! ’

2

99

1
7
1

2
2

8
2

2
6

1
1
3
1
1
3

r

'

Total,

1
805

N U M BER OF DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS DECEMBER 31, 1919
a.
b.
c.
d

Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of

Demand Deposit Accounts
Demand Deposit Accounts
Time Deposit Accounts on
Time Deposit Accounts on

on which interest is allo w e d ..,......
on which no interest is allowed. ...
which interest is allowed.
653,802
which no interest is allowed . . . . . . .

71,694
327,154
6,727
1,059,377

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CITIZENS SAVINGS A N D TRUST C O M P A N Y , IN LIQ U ID ATIO N

The circuit court of Milwaukee county has been largely occu­
pied during the period of November 1, 1918, to November 17,
1919, in the trial of actions brought to enforce claims against the
Citizens Savings & Trust Company on account of improper in­
vestments made by it as agent or trustee. A large number of
judgments have been entered. From nine of these judgments
appeals have been taken by the commissioner of banking to the
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that the running of the statute of limitations against claims was
suspended by the commencement of the liquidation proceedings.
In consequence of this decision, a number of claims have recently
been filed. This question is involved in some of the appeals above
referred to.
The lease under which the trust company occupied its offices
in the Pereles Building was assigned by the commissioner of
banking to a third party, and under a ruling of the circuit
court liability for future rents under this lease has been ter­
minated. An appeal, however, has been taken by the owners of
the building from the order containing this ruling.
Under a recent order dividends of forty-five per cent have
been paid on claims which were reduced to judgment subsequent
to September 11, 1918.
A number of hearings have been had before the court for the
purpose of determining which claimants are entitled to partici­
pate in the funds and securities held by the state treasurer as se­
curity for the faithful performance of trusts imposed upon the
trust company. This is an important question and the decision
will affect all classes of claims either allowing them participation
in such funds or excluding them therefrom.
Actions are still pending which have been brought against the
stockholders of the trust company to recover the amount of their
statutory liability as stockholders, and against the directors to
determine their liability for loss and waste of assets of the
trust company. The amount of further dividends will depend
largely upon the extent of recovery in these actions.
In the prosecution of one of the suits growing out of the liqui­
dation of the Citizens Savings & Trust Company, the commis­
sioner of banking was adjudged in contempt of court and a war­
rant of commitment was issued by the court commissioner. The
contempt action eventually reached the supreme court and an
order was issued reversing the action'of the circuit court in con­
firming the commitment, and remanding the case to the circuit
court with direction that the court enter an order vacating the
order of the court commissioner ordering the appellant in con­
tempt of court and dismissing the warrant issued.
Lawrence A. Olwell ably represented the commissioner of
banking in this action.
As these proceedings establish the contention of the depart­
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ment is of a privileged nature and can only be disclosed as di­
rectly provided by law, I deem it proper to make a full state­
ment of the action and quote the opinion of the court,
“ STATE OF WISCONSIN, IN SUPREME COURT
M arshall C ousins , as Commissioner of Banking in the State of

Wisconsin, successor in office to A. E. Kuolt,
Plaintiff and Appellant,
vs.
N athan P ereles, J r., W. 0. T homas , A ugust P rinz , and F red
J. S chroeder, et at,

Defendants and Respondents.
“ An appeal from an order of the circuit court of Milwaukee
county, Edward T. Fairchild, presiding judge.
“ This action was brought by A. E. Kuolt, former banking
commissioner of the state, to recover of the defendants as di­
rectors and personal representatives of directors of the now de­
funct Citizens Savings and Trust Company bank of Milwaukee
(hereafter called the Trust Company) for alleged delinquencies
in office as directors, resulting in loss and dissipation of the as­
sets and capital of the banking corporation. Mr. Kuolt was
succeeded by the present plaintiff, who continued the action
against the defendants.
“ After service of the complaint and an amended complaint,
but before answering, the executors of the defendants,. Schroeder
and Wellauer, examined plaintiff before James H. Stover, cir­
cuit court commissioner at Milwaukee, on March 28, 1919.
Counsel for defendants, during this adverse examination, de­
manded that plaintiff produce certain official reports made by
bank examiners concerning the condition of the Trust Company
bank for a number of years prior to the closing of its doors.
These reports were on file in the office of the plaintiff in the
state capitol.
“ Plaintiff refused, upon advice of counsel, to produce these
official reports and documents, basing his refusal on Sec. 2020,
Stats., enjoining secrecy of the banking commissioner concern­
ing official reports.
“ The court commissioner thereupon ordered the production
of these reports and documents, and upon the continued refusal
of the plaintiff to produce them, adjudged him in contempt, and
a warrant of commitment was thereupon signed by the court
commissioner. The plaintiff secured from the circuit court an
order to show cause why the order and warrant of the court
commissioner should not be vacated. Upon the hearing the cir­
cuit court confirmed the order and commitment issued by the
court commissioner.
“ This is an appeal from such order.”


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.“ Siebecker, J.
“ The circuit court commissioner and the circuit court held
that an examination of a party to an action ‘ otherwise than as
a witness on trial’ under Sec. 4096, Stats., which ‘ may be taken
by deposition at the instance of the adverse party in any action
or proceeding, at any time after commencement thereof and be­
fore judgment,’ is in substance and effect calling the party as
a witness on a ‘ trial in a court of justice’ within the contempla­
tion of the provisions of Sec. 2020, Stats. This interpretation
of Sec. 4096, Stats., is contrary to the evident intent expressed
by the words of the statute. The word ‘ trial’ used in this con­
nection is clearly used in the sense it had acquired in the law
when the statute was enacted. ‘ Trial’ in its legal meaning has
been defined as ‘ the examination before a competent tribunal,
according to the law of the land, of the facts or law put in
issue for the purposes of determining such issue.’ Bouvier
Law Dictionary, Vol. 3, and cases cited. This definition is
in harmony with the definition of a trial as used and defined
in the statutes of this state concerning courts, actions and
proceedings in actions. Sec. 2842, Stats., defines a trial as fol­
lows : ‘ A trial is the judicial examination of the issues between
the parties whether they be issues of law or fact. ’ In Carpenter
vs. Winn, 221 U. S., 533, the court made an examination of the
subject and declared that the word has acquired a broader sig­
nificance than its original common law meaning, and has come
to mean ‘ the final examination and decision of matter of law and
of fact for which every antecedent step is a preparation.’ In
this case the court had under consideration the question whether
the federal statute, Sec. 724 (U. S. R. S.), providing a substi­
tute for a bill of discovery in aid of legal action, was a proceeding
‘ in the trial o f action of law,’ and it was there'held that the
word ‘ trial’ as used in the act of congress did not include the
substituted proceeding for a bill of recovery. This decision in­
volved the identical question raised in the instant case under
Sec. 4096, Stats. It is apparent that the circuit court erred in
holding in this case that an examination of a party ‘ otherwise
than as a witness on trial’ under this section of the statutes
was an examination of him as a witness ‘ in a trial’ in the sense
the word ‘ trial’ is used in Sec, 2020, Stats. Such an examina­
tion precedes the ‘ trial’ of the action and is as the words of the
statute plainly indicate ‘ otherwise than as a witness on a trial.’
In construing Sec. 2020, Stats., the court held that in the clause
‘ except when called as a witness in any criminal proceeding or
trial in a court of justice’ the words ‘ or trial in a court of jus­
tice’ did not refer to the preceding parts of the clause specifying
a criminal proceeding, but that the word ‘ trial’ was intended to
include all trials in civil and criminal actions. W e cannot ap­
prove this interpretation of this clause. The phraseology seems
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words ‘ any criminal proceeding or trial’ in the grammatical re­
lation and natural meaning as employed here convey the idea
that this exception to the secrecy enjoined by the preceding part
of the statute refers to criminal proceedings and trials. We are
persuaded it was the legislature’s intent to restrict this excep­
tion to proceedings and trials in criminal actions and the circuit
court erred in holding that the words ‘ or trial in a court of jus­
tice’ included all trials in criminal and civil actions. It is further
contended by respondent that the ruling of the circuit court is
justified on the ground that the duty imposed on the bank commis­
sion and the deputy and every clerk in the department ‘ to keep se­
cret all of the facts and information obtained in the course of
such examination, except so far as the public duty of such officer
requires him to report upon or take special action regarding the
affairs of any bank’ has been terminated by the action of the
commissioner in closing the door of the Trust Company and in­
stituting liquidation proceedings. The exception relied on in this
claim only goes to the extent of releasing secrecy ‘ so far as the
public duty of such officer requires him to report upon, or take
special action regarding the affairs of the bank.’ Clearly, under
the first part of this exception his duties as commissioner do not
require him to remove the secrecy enjoined on him by disclosing
the facts and information contained in the reports of the exam­
ination of banks made by the commissioner or any person under
his direction. But it is insisted that the closing of the doors of
the Trust Company and the institution of liquidation proceed­
ings are steps of the kind contemplated by ‘ taking special action
regarding its affairs’ and raises the bar to secrecy. This, how­
ever, disregards the limitation expressed by the words of the
exception that secrecy is released only so far as to enable the ex­
aminer to take the special action regarding the bank’s affairs;
which in no sense throws open the doors for others to obtain in­
formation of the facts and information contained in such re­
ports as are filed in his office. Such action by the commissioner
does not raise the bar to secrecy as to facts and circumstances
contained in examiner’s reports filed with the department. It
is strenuously urged that the protection of secrecy enjoined by
Sec. 2020, Stats., although vitally essential to a bank as a going
concern, is wholly unnecessary and useless to an insolvent bank,
the affairs of which have been for several years past in process
of liquidation like those of the Trust Company. This claim is
based upon the ground that the reason for secrecy under such
circumstances have ceased, in that the evils guarded against mak­
ing public its financial and business affairs can no longer affect
it in a harmful way. The object of the statute includes more
than protecting the financial and business affairs ,of a bank that
had been examined. It was enacted to keep secret all informa­
tion and facts contained in any report of an examination of a
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ably does contain a record of facts and much information con­
cerning securities and business affairs confidentially obtained
through various sources and from different persons and business
concerns connected with and throwing light on the conduct of
the business affairs of the bank covered in the report. Obviously,
disclosure of such facts and information might do serious in­
jury to other persons and financial institutions than the bank
undergoing liquidation. We are of the view that the statute was
designed to enjoin secrecy of such facts and information in re­
ports on file in the state banking department and that produc­
tion of the reports pursuant to the order appealed from would
be in violation of the secrecy enjoined by this statute. It is con­
sidered that the circuit court commissioner and the circuit court
erred in ordering the plaintiff to produce the reports in question
upon his examination as a party otherwise than as a witness on
the trial, and in adjudging him guilty of contempt for his re-'
fusal to produce and submit to respondent the reports specified
in the question propounded to him upon such an examination.
“ BY THE COURT : The order appealed from is reversed and
the cause remanded to the circuit court with direction that the
court enter an order vacating the order of the court commissioner
ordering appellant in contempt and to dismiss the warrant
issued therein and for further proceedings according to law. ’ ’
S tate B a n k

of

H

ersey,

I n L iq u id a t io n

In the liquidation of the affairs of the State Bank of Hersey,
progress has been made. Litigation has been necessary in the
collection of some of the items making up the assets. A special
effort is being made to hasten proceedings, and it is expected the
affairs of this bank will be wound up within the year.
S a l e m S t a t e B a n k , L iq u id a t e d

The remaining assets of the Salem State Bank have been
sold, and the proceeds distributed pro rata among the stock­
holders. All depositors were paid in full and liquidation pro­
ceedings have been completed.
A

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I n c id e n t

of

the

Y

ear

A repetition of the unfortunate occurrence of several years
ago when a Minneapolis man obtained a controlling interest in
three Wisconsin banks was narrowly averted during the year.
As the newspapers contained an accurate account of the at­
tempted transactions, I take the liberty of offering a clipping
from the Madison State Journal of July 29, 1919:


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IN VESTIG A TES

MONEY

MANIPULATIONS.

^ “Another case of frenzied finance is being investigated by Banking
Commissioner Marshall Cousins, who is not yet certain whether or not
he has grounds for criminal prosecution.
Irvin Jordan, a Chicagoan, is the man whose dealings are under
scrutiny. About a month ago he appeared a t ........................ ..........................
county, with a proposition for the purchase of the ......................... Bank'.
Having arranged the deal with ...............
, president of the bank,
he gave a draft on a Chicago bank for $8,000 in payment. The draft
was returned. Jordan sent in a second draft, following it with a let­
ter asking that if it had not been sent out for collection the bank hold
it, or, if sent out, to recall it. Then he offered $10,000 in notes on Chi­
cago parties, asking that they be accepted as payment and the balance
of $2,000 credited to him.............................. refused.
“ A few days later checks signed by Jordan, totaling about $400, came
to the bank with requests for immediate payment. Thereupon Jordan
was arrested on a charge of issuing fraudulent checks. When he was
taken into custody, a total of $39,000 in notes was found on his person,
which together with those involved in the bank deal, totalled almost
$50,000.
“Jordan was arraigned before a local justice, but the checks he had
signed on t h e .........................bank were withdrawn and he was dismissed
as there were no further grounds on which to hold him. He claimed
that both his checks and notes were good and that ........................ was
trying to back out after making the deal.
“ Mr. Cousins is seeking more complete information as to Jordan’s
apparent manipulation of securities.”

Later it developed Mr. Jordan had also negotiated for the con­
trolling interest in a hank in a neighboring town, agreeing to
pay some $23,000 for control of the stock, and make an effort to
pay for it out of the assets of the bank as he did in the abovenamed case. This deal was also prevented.
In order that Mr. Jordan’s transactions and activities may
be more fully understood, I am including a clipping from the
Chicago Tribune of December 3, 1919:
“ IO W A B AN K AID S SAY SUSPECT IS $5,000 SW IN D LER .
“ Official of Sigourney. Ia., State bank yesterday identified Irvin Jor­
dan, alleged confidence man, as the man who had swindled their insti­
tution out of $5,000 several months ago. Jordan was confronted with
the bankers by Assistant State’s Attorney John Lowrey, but refused to
make a statement.
“ Jordan, who was arrested Monday charged with being a member
of a swindling ring, is said to have attempted to purchase the Sigourney
Bank for $42,000. He is also alleged to have heaped worthless checks
upon the Nebraska State Bank, of Norfolk, Neb., and the Foreign-Do­
mestic Corporation of New York while carrying on his transaction
with the Sigourney institution. He is being held under $15,000 bonds.”

The incident is here fully related as it has a bearing on a
recommendation I am making for legislation.


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N e w L e g is l a t io n

I beg leave to repeat some of the recommendations made in
my last annual report. The same recommendations have been
made annually for some years by my predecessors.
First. That a conservative and proper limit be placed upon
the aggregate amount of money any one person, copartnership,
or corporation may borrow from a bank. Under the law as it
stands today, the officials of the bank are permitted to loan
thirty per cent of the capital and surplus to one person, co­
partnership or corporation, and this may be increased to fifty
per cent by action of the board of directors.
Under the laws of congress, national banks are limited to ten
per cent of their capital and surplus, and in other states the lim­
itation is twenty or twenty-five per cent. In no other states are
banks permitted to loan fifty per cent, with the exception of
Iowa, and the fifty per cent loans in that state must be secured
by mortgage on real estate.
I am pleased to report that many banks recognizing that the
amount permitted by statute is excessive, have voluntarily lim­
ited their loans to twenty and thirty per cent. I strongly urge
that legislation be enacted which will make the extereme limit
thirty per cent.
I also recommend that a limitation be placed upon the amount
a person, co-partnership, or corporation may borrow from a
bank through discounting, bills of exchange or other paper. The
law as it now reads provides that the “ discounting of bills of
exchange drawn in good faith against actually existing values,
and the discounting of commercial or business paper actually
owned by the person negotiating the same, shall not be consid­
ered as money borrowed.”
In some instances it has been found there is a tendency to
abuse this provision of the law, and a limit should be fixed.
Second. I recommend that a penalty be provided for viola­
tions of section 2024— 32 enforcible against the officers and di­
rectors of the bank responsible for the violation. As the law
now exists the commissioner of banking is given power under
section 2022, when it appears a bank has violated its charter or
any of the laws of the state, or is conducting its business in an
unsafe or unauthorized manner, or if the capital of any such
bank is impaired, to take possession of the property and busi­
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finally liquidated. The remedy, while effective if resorted to
would, in many eases, result in a hardship to the depositors and
other patrons of the bank, and to its shareholders. The penalty
is inflicted upon them for the acts of the officers and directors,
and I feel that in justice to the depositors and stockholders it
should be provided that a penalty be enforcible against the offic­
ers and directors. The disqualification of the officer, the im­
position of a suitable fine, or both, in addition, liability for any
loss which may be incurred by the unlawful loan, would be a
just and snitable provision.
Third. That the commissioner of banking be empowered to
penalize or make the imposition of appropriate fines for infrac­
tions and violations of the banking law and of the by-laws of the
respective banks, and that those fines be imposed upon the of­
fending officers or upon the bank, or both.
Fourth. That the rates of interest which any bank may pay
on deposits shall not exceed fonr per cent per annum, unless the
highest rate for time commercial paper fixed by the Federal
Reserve Bank of the district shall be more than four per cent,
in which event the rate of interest which may be paid may equal,
but not exceed, such discount rate charged at that time by the
Federal Reserve Bank of the district.
Fifth. That it be required that banks file with the commis­
sioner of banking a certified copy of their by-laws, and that
banks organized in the future be required to submit the by-laws
for the approval of the commissioner of banking, as is now re­
quired of building and loan associations.
Sixth. Conditions have greatly changed since 1903, at which
time the legislature provided banks might organize in towns or
localities with a population of fifteen hundred or less, with a
capital of $10,000.
1 recommend that there be a revision of the capitalization re­
quirements and that the minimum be made not less than $20,000.
Seventh. I invite your attention to the conditions prevail­
ing in many banks in which the deposits have increased out of
all proportion to the capital invested. The statements show that
in a number of instances the deposits exceed the capital fifty
times. There are many banks with deposits ranging from $200,000 to $400,000 with a capital of $10,000 or $15,000.
I recommend and urge an amendment of the law requiring an
increase in capital by a certain ratio. Many authorities on bank­
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surplus at ten to one. I am inclined to believe that it might
be wiser in the beginning to fix the ratio at fifteen to one on de­
posits and capital alone, and not consider the surplus.
Eighth. I recommend the commissioner of banking be author­
ized to disclose to the board of deposits such confidential informa­
tion as they may call for, bearing on the condition of banks mak­
ing application for designation as state depositories.
Ninth. I recommend that consideration be given to some
method of safeguarding the interests of depositors by giving some
control to the banking department over the transfer of stock to
corporations located in other states and individuals living in
other states. Under the law as it exists today, the department
has but little power in this matter. The department had one ex­
perience several years ago of a resident of another state buying
the controlling interest in Wisconsin banks, and a similar ex­
perience was narrowly averted in June, 1919. This last matter
is more fully related elsewhere in this report.
T ransmission of M oney to F oreign C ountries

During the past year thirty-six certificates of authority to
transmit money to foreign countries have been issued by this
department, and the required fee of ten dollars for each cer­
tificate has been paid by the licensee and the total amount de­
posited in the state treasury.
L and M ortgage A ssociations

The legislature of 1919 amended and broadened the law pro­
viding for the incorporation and government of Land Mort­
gage Associations. It is believed the amended law will be an
important factor in the building up and development of the ag­
ricultural resources of the state.
S tatistical

Table A exhibits abstracts of six reports made to this depart­
ment by state banks, mutual savings banks, and trust companies
during 1919.
Table B is a comparative abstract, exhibiting a year’s growth
in our banking institutions.
Table C presents the abstracts of statements made at annual
periods since the creation of the department in 1895.
The development of our state banking system during a period
of twenty-five years is detailed therein.

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Abstract of the six reports called for from state and mutual saving’s banks and trust companies during the year 1919.
Dec. 31, 1918
791

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts........... , ............ ............................... $226,134,602
880.967
O ve rd rafts............................................................................
34,003,834
State, municipal and other bonds.........................
U.
S. bonds, Cert, of Ind., W. S. cert, and thrift
37,194,297
stam ps................................................................v'.,............
873,273
Stocks and other securities.............................................
7,206.418
Banking house, furniture and fixtures.......
.........
999,595
Other real estate owned...................................................
48,230,273
Due from approved reserve b an k s.............................;
3,006,220
Due from other banks.................................... ..................
2,943,736
Checks on other banks and cash item s....................
2.305.444
Exchanges for clearing house........................................
1,043.493
Gold coin and certificates...............................................
1.064.063
Silver coin..............................................................................
7,887,071
U.
S. and National cu rren cy....................................
153.092
Nickels and cents...............................................................
¿7,815
Expense account.................................................................
149,737
Other resources...................................................................
T o ta l..............................................................................
L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in..........................................................
Surplus fu n d ....... .............................................................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid.....................................................................................
Due to banks—deposits.....................................................
Dividends unpaid...............................................................
Individual deposits subject to check..........................
Demand certificates of deposit....................................
Tim e certificates of deposit............................................
Savings deposits............................. .................................
Certified checks..................................................................
Cashiers’ checks...................................................................
Debentures............................................................................
Special...............: ........................................................... .........
Postal savings.............
.................................................
Due as executor, administrator, guardian, etc.......
Notes and bills rediscounted........................... ..............
Bills payable.......................................................................
Liberty bond accou n t............................... .......................
Other liabilities................................................. .................

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53
99
91
84
90
42

00
19
94
72
50
89

00
63
90
36

June 30, 1919

793

794

798

800

805

$234,564,063 59*
1,034,954 13
36,323,426 45

$244,805,525 75*
934,121 42
38,109,708 53

$256,251,165 55*
922,900 09
40,703,613 30

$276,996,165 17*
1,093,747 34
44,580,968 66

$296,232,069 85*
1,132.186 69
46,329,719 15

48,899,710
725,837
7,251,346
1,002,407
56,073,029
3,384,481
2,582,161
1,467,097
1,058,787
1,113,392
6,785,764
172,172
55,504
746,900

92
75
27
38

02
27

11

/D

00

40

00

15
38
54

57,128.136
838,744
7,322,144
1,081.911
55,383.774
3,578,630
2,791,342
2,237,272
1,092,587
1.074.197
8,704,083
166,833
55,357
307,250

88
07
32

86
93
80
96

20
00
85

00
86
21

73

$374,103,940 64*

$403,240,136 11*

$26,297,650 00
9,097,659 86

$26,407,650 00 *
9,300,928 70

$26,513,050 00 *
9,313,468 09

5,198,993
7,170,933
356.445.
116,052,575
23,377,986
99,925,272
68,043,731
165.705
1,868,512
443,465
1,066,452
299.664
1,377,026
3,715,078
6,909,603
2,663.439
73,742

4,899,057
8,474,621
390,266
130,566,865
25,578,049
109,470.767
72,268.307
163.872
1,729,351
495,742
859,164
323.916
2,114,456
2.251,076
6,935,570
697,507
664,204

5,948,483
8,447,061
36,137
140,433,015
26,281, 177
110,734,9:5
76,880,064
246 741
1,812.537
512,948
1,165.957
306,230
1,794,957
1,729,442
7,423.503
5,721,879
309,424

39
96
40
89
24
16
85
94
67
03
90
91
55

11

.0

50
58

«97/i ms Qin fid*

90
45
25

12
79

66
09
06

66
80
03
35
42

21
76
32

11

$403,240,136 11 *

$425,611,653 37

29

20
00
16
09
08
23
29
63
55
39
58

01

61

00
76
41

$425,611,653 37*

39,712.324
699,837
7,482,285
1,094,149
56.460,520
3,844.573
3.154.636
2.078,100
1,100.630
1,143.774
7,722.918
181.410
33,381
161,662

91
26
65
51
60
13
94
17
95
70

00
81
74
28

39,196,642
1,075,390
7,678,996
1.089,518
56,066.062
3,552,826
2,973,679
2,151.842
1.117,785
1,229.688
7,763,313
188.818
46,946
169,986

01
18

10

73
44
30
19
09

00
00

15
73
63
90

Nov. 17, 1919

36,682,198
840,296
7,994,939
1,041,060
58,659,192
3,833,409
3,683,620
2,732,219
1,073,165
1,205,809
7.409,097
188.942
23,747
277,251

48
52
92
24
77
35
93
67

68

74
96
34
35
23

$422,749,885 59*

$446,972,376 62*

$469,338,927 86*

$>6,843,050 00*
9,763,031 22

$28,190,550 00 *
9,970,501 37

$28,616,550 00*
10,070,263 38

5,668,037
8,739,814
290,870
134,831,183
24,255,776
114,381,659
80,299.842
294,251
1,818,349
548,154
1,652,585
313.121
1.549,029
2,070.487
5,379,244
3,741,661
309,731

6,418.492
8,835,404
25,690
143,951,328
24,720,388
123.036,459
84,884,4.0
391,224
1,997,070
553,389
2.064,342
307,313
1,562,705
3,139,592
4,640,176
2,206,645
76,681

93
06
56
35
41
98
76
99
91
03
90
76
98
60
77
71
67

$422,749,885 59*

87
07
23
44
38
43
90
65
84
19
24
24
31

02

23
74
47

$446,972,376 62*

7,818.210
9,314,663
18,525
146.159,847
¿7,621.186
131,164,774
90,489,372
289,369
2,455,147
568.527
1,906,757
270,399
L608,164
3,098,737
5,205,088
2.585,477
177,862
$469,338,927

92
48
56
84
69
65

21

97
63
71
63
59
87
56

01
31
85

86

R E P O R T OF T H E COM M ISSIONER OF B A N K IN G

Number of banks

May 12, 1919

March 4, 1919

Sept. 12. 1919

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Table C,
Financiar condition of all Wisconsin banks except National banks, annually, since the creation of the state banking department m 1895
Nov. 16, 1&4Ô.

I Nov. 2 i, 1896.

Nov. 6, 1897.

Dec. 1, 1898.

Dec. 2, 1899.

Dec. 13, 1900.

Dec. 10, 1901.

Nov. 25, 1902. I

Nov. 17, 1903.

Nov. 10, 1904

Nov. 9, 1905.

I

Nov. 12, 1906 7

Dec. 3, 1907.

Nov. 27, 1908.

Nov. 16, 1909.

Nov. 10, 1910.

1

Dec. 6, 1911.

,
N um ber
N um ber
N um ber
Num ber

of
of
of
of

state banks ........................
private banks* ..............
m utual sa vin g s b a n k s. ..
trust companies*!* ............

T o ta l num ber o f b a n k s .............j

125
107
1

130
109
1

130
110
i

133
114
1

143
130
1

135
124
1

157
137
. 1

j
233

240

241

248

274

260

295

185
141

345

370

1

2

327

372

Dec. 1, 1913.

Oct. 31, 1914.

Nov. 10, 1916.

Nov. 17, 1916.

Nov. 20, 1917.

Nov. 1, 1918.

Nov. 17, 1919.

388

404

|427

447

470

507

559

590

623

650

688

2

2

753

3

3

718

2

3

3

765

4
13

4
15

783

3
14

4
15

4
15

607

7
15

7
16

642

6
16

667

707

737

775

788

805

11

347

1 Nov. 26, 1912.

390

406

429

473

460

510

573

RESOURCES.
$25,905,481
674,017
396,305
2,109,625
1,385,502
1,471,614
5,458,468

$28,062,796 67
Loans and d is co u n ts ................................
675,014 67
Unpaid ca p ita l ..........................................
4,43,284 46
O verdrafts ...................................................
2,273,120 02
Bonds, secu rities, e t c ..............................|
1,355,016 33
B a n k in g house, fu rn itu re and f i x t . . . 1
1,447,042 49
O ther real estate o w n e d ..........................
5,385,304 94
Due fro m app roved reserve b a n k s. .
Due fro m oth er b a n k s ............................ j
107,973 59
C hecks on oth er b ’ ks and cash item s j
451,749 76
E xch a n g es fo r cle a rin g h o u s e ........... j
2,993,935 62
Cash on h a n d ...............................................
E xpense a cco u n t ...................................... !
R even u e stam p a c c o u n t .. . . * ............... j
C lea rin g h’ use certifica tes and ch eck s j
138,773 89
O ther resou rces ................... ................. ... i
T otal resou rces ................. ..

71
39
52
31
34
91
42

68,557 24
331,478 36
3,395,238 41

$27,141,604
678,500
511,456
2,209,633
1,324,510
1,362,827
9,180,424

77
00
57
14
32
72
56

77,782 61
390,983 40
3,380,876 50

$31,409,181
619,150
689,681
4,222,940
1,356,709
1,361,737
10,621,640

4i>
00
54
59
60
13
30

140,414 85
407,782 15
3,767,532 04

$39,751,101
583,150
- 740,173
4,978,679
1,376,615
1,447,606
11,900,801

88
00
26
93
53
76
41

141,826 09
565,141 40
3,958,902 87

$43,005,570
762,050
776,829
5,042,273
1,432,809
827,312
11,738,509

30
00
320,100 00
40
786,869 55
99
5,951,994 56
48
1,524,218 61
06
751,997 12
37
13,823,218 79
r-. . .
165,415 9.7 1
231,812 46
383,560 80 .
564,503 63
4,082,371 86
3,983,754 24
27,282 54

$56,394,384
1,007,320
846,437
6,718,712*
1,666,150
800,427
13,862,766

08
00
77
79
02
17
67

$60,692,969
634,520
699,225
7,161,940
1,810,729
416,501
13,405,636

69
00
55
30
69
08
36

$60,812,899 08

221,561 15
530,980 34
4,016,195 81

444,567 60
430,155 62
4,439,261 25

457,831 91
444,981 77
4,432,054 63

419,236 77
397,653 99
4,859,296 60

511,142 60
623,217 70
4,963,594 68

642,567
7,851,201
1,994,481
345,395
13,461,842

45
26
41
74
67

$66,206,903 27
654,815
8,764,161
2,211,025
337,073
15,767,029

52
23
52
60
50

$74,775,102 08
736,626
11,436,371
2,309,337
393,506
18,546,285

89
19
89
49
21

$83,075,858 88
678,259
12,636,893
2,465,231
393,518
15,787,037

37
61
07
06
,41

546,187 42
414,475 96
7,663,773 85
............. **............. *

$81,566,970 01
719,392
13,420,535
2,666,312
386,239
19,090,954

83
76
83
95
99

445,938 09
532,172 02
5,996,82,4 00

$92,595,223 41
754,557
15,246,346
3,043,052
389,822
19,290,846
1,650,240
458,054
653,953
6,058,895

$108,598,677 28

58
66
37
69
20
82
79
28
64

810,870
16,571,908
3,389,564
386,703
22,317,319
1,775,051
634,053
731,128
6,893,315

41
7,4
98
13
56
14
17
57
19

$124,516,486 38
904,155 52
20,664,696 28
4,202,431 31
445,330 11
24,876,249 25
1,645,593 08
653,002 66
725,103 33
7,072,095 78
................................

$141,289,108 69
993,915
23,129,254
4,038,121
596,592
27,245,655
1,787,742
716,063
676,842
7,601,272
22,604

$
$156,771,257 75

79
43
86
75
7,4
49
64
94
97
60

963,563
23,726,105
5,224,429
596,811
29,681,795
1,866,981
906,491
944,757
9,279,759
21,879

12
11
41
04
93
82
93
25
80
52

...N u m b e r o f sta te banks.
•N um ber o f m utual sa vin g s banks.
.N um ber o f tru st com panies.
.

RESOURCES.
$167,59,4,088 30
1,115,006
23,676,474
5,651,827
604,930
26,802,705
1,282,728
1,068,854
663,078
9,874,490
18,187

51
77
85
44
66
65
21
24
99
44

$173,864,306 43
448,976
25,684,930
6,127,187
767,394
33,430,23,4
1,931,431
1,203,457
1,046,958
9,269,065
28,081

69
36
19
44
95
66
91
59
,40
64

$197,994,217 96
507,437
33,147,145
6,475,4,41
910,023
44,488,804
2,802,178
1,325,761
975,750
9,774,306
31,278

81
91
72
95
66
68
48
24
92
05

$224,812,021 13
816,86^
47,578,458
6,889,567
1,066,2,44
42,993,229
3,333,484
1,856,875
1,111,681
9,167,997
31,467

$229,407,730 37

80
*6
3t
60
65
82
56
91
88
91

1,105,541 30
66,821,554 41
7 ,1 63 ,7 4 8 ! 06
982,609 37
43,105,433;67
2,746,838 19
2,438,457 41
1,401,597 60
9,115,465 74
59,609 11

$296,232,069 85
1,132,186
83,852,214
7,994,939
1,041,060
58,659,192
3,833,409
3,683,620
2,732,219
9,877,015
23,747

69
15
92
24
77
35
93
67
71
35

8,900 23

2,581 26

146 89

107,733 .28

120,379 68

155,421 50

97,600 58

79,200 03

86,903 52

46,647 66

28,555 08

16,733 39

11,852 29

13,196 79

654,097 00
8,419 21

20,084 98

14,462 43

17,057 13

298,403 24

1 $43,334,012 44 I $41,304,022 89

40,322 62

$46,378,979 27

$54,752,191 19

$65,5,41,599 71

$68,323,185 80

$76,258,877 89

$86,114,164 72

89,956 84

$90,164,209 11

210,360 17

$90,469,989 31

$99,629,048 29

$114,308,381 52

139,903 30

$124,323,751 84

$124,845,425 46

$140,155,,465 87

$162,125,649 30

$186,003,546 94

184,828 23

»
$230,073,789
52

111,865 63

15,4,787 04

277,251 23

$209,037,498 52

$238,561.733 03

$253,941,928 46

$298,617fl75 61

$339,759,758 49

$364,563,462 27

$469,338,927 86

$21,819,950 00
6,531,584 46

$22,898,250 00
6,918,630 72

$23,672,360 00
7,490,9,49 51

$25,177,850 00
8,232,*936 25

$26,267,650 00
8,675,813 j 49

$28,616,550 0Q
10,070,263 38

4,311,934
4,333,203
10,873
197,298,370
229,520
761,552
1,404,573
1,816,160

4,763,091
6,142,454
10,768
211,420,337
178,040
869,130
854,782
834,369

5,249,601
6,603,136
8,131
253,191,706
215,056
1,024,688
600,,488
613,499

7,802,087
7,766,986
13,363
285,335,078
249,354
979,304
1,253,637
2,008,028

62
46
53
65
76
37
Ó6
72

5,677 ,690 59
6,318 ,389 56
19 ,001 47
290,911 ,330 13
257 ,521 66
1,328 ,750 66
6,851 ,573 63
13,053, 166 ¡91

7,818,210
9,314,663
18,525
400,554,984
270,399
1,608,164
3,098,737
5,205,088

L IA B IL IT IE S .
Capital s to ck ..............................................;
Surplus fun d ..................................... i
U ndivided profits less cu rren t ex - i
penses and taxes p a id ..........................
Due to b a n k s ..................... : .......................1

$7,918,063 51
2,781,856 89

In dividual dep osits ..................................
P osta l sa v in g s fu n d ............................... J
Due as execu tor, a dm inistrator, e tc . |
B ills red iscoun ted .................................... j
B ills payable ......................................
C lea rin g h’ use certifica tes and ch eck s
L ib e rty bond a c c o u n t..............................|
O ther lia b ilities ........................................ I
T ota l lia b ilities ............................


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$8,076,752 41
2,728,555 48

$7,907,384 39
2,651,668 16

415,824 34

806,443 68

31,218,068 05

29,311,403 73

257,277 50
237,812 54
422,365

498,568 14 i

81

$43,334,012 44

$7,944,413 38
2,542,918 53

$7,953,91,4 63
2-, 763,899 91

$7,698,788 59
2,845,666 98

$8,141,392 29
2,971,762 36

3.4,646,213 74

1 ,1 0 3 //9 2 88
1,195 50
42,805, ‘>14 17

1,423,601 28
380 00
53,191,295 05

1,290,939 74
2,484 50
56,029,635 50

179,205 68
190,214 06

84,439 44
156,099 32

61,245 09
112,873 48

79,062 45
85,107 63

127,690 00
306,373 37

402,067 19

Ì

26,730 54

.........................
179,908 16

44,338 76

21,707 12

15,143 37

$46,378,979 27

$54,752,191 19

$65,541,599 71

$68,323,185 80

$76,258,877 89

I $41,304,022 89

.

$8,852,225 00
3,343,167 93

$9,909,275 00
3,283,156 94

$9,772,750 00
3,678,627 0.4

$10,131,150 00
4,065,587 95

$10,893,150 00
3,018,749 33

1,594,946 12
4,655 50
63,323,456 06

1,352,611 47
1,160 76
71,865,559 82

1,077,129 69
622 75
75,299,649 68

574,993 42
3,315 00
75,592,855 08

893,630 30
2,568 21
83,950,839 59

1,372,683 20
1,936 85
96,809,858 46

46,390 07
161,132 12

306,273 03
305,560 94

326,664 10
258,732 26

254,455 58
575,780 45

303,423 10
276,407 13

248,362 05
171,766 27
. ............. ............ ..

87,605 78

8,978 69

7,212 74

5,442 01

$86,114,164 72

$90,164,209 11

$90,459,989 31

$99,629,048 29

$11,726,760 00
3,622,082 63
2,,404,447
1,236,136
7,355
103,631,541
. . . . i *...........

79
95
15
49

$12,197,150 00
4,078,157 84

$13,954,150 00
3,791,861 05

2,558,975
1,414,784
4,229
103,824,269

2,610,383
1,730,151
5,625
117,407,687

63
11
35
23 1

00
80
36
97

423,985 18
197,674 59

$15,092,650 00
4,269,974 94
2,966,964 52
1,854,553 02
7,870 30
136,905,014 54
................................
V .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
526,111 67
461,713 17

$18,651,650 00
5,084,635 80
3,775,988
2,280,946
6,609
154,409,743

53
85
83
75

554,910 05
535,141 01
567,798 86

492,193 55
287,326 14
903,400 00

205,472 47
525,689 22

9,440 20

12,518 14

36,697 61

33,936 92

40,797 14

136,122 26

$114,308,381 52

$124,323,751 8,4

$124,845,425 46

$140,155,455 87

$162,126,649 3Ò

$186,003,5,46 94

1i

. . . .'.L o a n s and discounts.
.........Unpaid capital.
...........O verdrafts.
...........Bonds, securities, etc.
...........B a n k in g house, fu rn itu re and fixtures.
...........O ther real estate ow ned.
...........Due from a pp roved reserve banks.
...........Due fro m oth e r banks.
...........C hecks on oth er banks and cash item t
...........E xch a n g es fo r cle a rin g house.
. . . . . .C ash on hand.
••». . .E xp en se accou nt.
...........R even ue stam p account.
...........C lea rin g house certifica tes and checks.
...........O ther resources.
T ota l resources.

LIA B ILITIE S .

$20,011,650 00
5,392,144 3V6

6,118,435 81

3,907,584 42
4,258,882 10
3,310,325 82
3,977,021 07
3,740 70
6,140 £9
174,630,131 35
j 92,331,453 30
6,638 12
120,745 70
563,850 20
501,443 85
706,168 06
809,056 49
383,532 55
662,127 42
•..................................

98
13
50
37
95
24
05
24

82
12
20
11
52
33
27
00

10
35
93
53
84
99
27
08

92
(48
56
33
59
87
56
01

124,733 19

44,010 11

52,174 Q7

47,567 01

792,282 76
1,48,848 31

5,107, 821 74
94, 752 43

2,585,477 31
177,862 85

$230,073,789 52

$238,561,733 03

$253,941,928 46

$298,617,175 61

$339,759,758 49

$364,563,462 27

$469,338,927 86

121,732 94
$209,037,498 52

T ota l n um ber o f banks.

1

•Capital stock .
•Surplus fund.
..U n d iv id e d profits, less cu rren t expenses and ta x es paid
. . Due to bank s.
v
•
..D iv id e n d s unpaid.
. .In d ivid u a l deposits.
. . P ostal sa v in g s fund.
. - Due as execu tor, adm inistrator, etc.
..B ills rediscoun ted.
. .B ills payable.
..C le a r in g h ouse certifica tes and checks.
. .L ib e rty bond accou nt.
. .O th er lia b ilities.
T otal lia b ilities.

Table B
Abstract of reports of state and m utual savings banks and trust companies of Wisconsin, at the close of business November 17, 1919. and
_________ comparison with a similar abstract. of Novem ber 1. 1918._________________ _______________
N ov. 17, 1919

Nov. 1.1918

Increase

805

788

17

Num ber of banks

T o ta l..................................................................... ...................

$296,232,069
1,132,186
46,329,719
36,682,198
840,296
7,994,939
1.041,060
58,659,192
3,833,409
3,683,620
2,732,219
1.073,165
1,205,809
7,409,097
188,942
23,747
277,251

$28-616.550
10.070,263
7,818,'210
9,314,663
18,525
146,159,847
27,521.186
131,164,774
90,489,372
289,369
2,455,147
568.527
1,906,757
270,399
1,608,164
3,098,737
5,205,088
2.585,477
177,862


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38
92
48
56
84
69
65

21

97
63
71
63
59
87
56

01
31
85

$469,338,927 86

Total resources Nov. 17,1919.....................................................................................................
Total resources Nov. 1, 1918.......................................................................................................
Increase

68

74
95
34
35
23

$469,338,927 86*

L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in.....................................................................
Surplus fund....................................................................................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes paid
Due to banks—deposits...............................................................
Dividends unpaid...........................................................................
Individual deposits subject to check....................................
Demand certificates of deposit................................................
Tim e certificates of deposit............................. ........................
Savings deposits............................... ............................................
Certified checks.............. ..............................................................
Cashiers’ checks..............................................................................
Debentures........................................................................................
Special................................................................................................
Postal savings..................................................................................
Due as executor, administrator, guardian, etc.................
Notes and bills rediscounted.....................................................
Bills payable..................................................................... .............
Liberty bond account................................... ..............................
Other liabilities..............................................................................
T otal.................... ....................................................................

85*
69
15
48
52
92
24
77
35
93
67

$229,407,730
1,105,541
36,172,051
29.965,283
684,220
7,163,748
982,609
43,105,433
2,746,838
2,438,457
1,461.597
1,037,362
950,905
6,953,311
173,886
59,699
154,787

37
30
18
04
19
06
37
67
19
41
60
50
40

00

84

11
04

$364,563,462 27
$26,267,650
8,675.813
5.677,690
6,318.389
19.001
108.986,714
21,172,087
96,477.331
61.037.552
252,060
1,640,212
438,298
907.072
257.521
1,328,750
6,851,573
13,053,166
5,107.821
94,752

00
49
59
56
47
43
76
46
22
56
70
55
45

$66,824,339 48
26,645 39
10,157.667 97
6,716,915 44
156,076 33
831,191 86
58,450 87
15,553,759 10
1,086,57116
1,245,16352
1, 270,622 07
35..803 18
254,904 34
455,786 95
15,055 50
...........................
122,464 19
$104,811,417 35
$2,348,900
1,394,449
2.140,520
2,996,273

...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................
............................... .
................................
.................................
.................................
$35,951 76
.................................
$35,951 76

00
89
33
92
$475 91

66
66

37.173,133
6,349,098
34,687,443
29,451,819
37.309
814,934
130,229
999,685
12,877
279,414

41
93
19
99
41
93
16
18
93

63
91
74
43

...........83,ii0 42

$364,563,462 27

$118,899,200”90

21
3,752,836 07
7,848.078 90
2,522,344 43

R E P O R T OF T H E COM M ISSIONER OF B A N K IN G

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts......................................................................
Overdrafts.......................................................................- ................
State, municipal and other bonds............................................
U. S. bonds, Cert, of Ind., W . S. cert, and thrift stamps
Stocks and other securities.........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fixtures.................................
Other real estate owned..............................................................
Due from approved reserve b anks..........................................
Due from other banks..................................................................
Checks on other banks and cash item s.................................
Exchanges for clearing house...................................................
Gold coin and certificates............................................................
Silver coin............................................................ ............................
IT. S. and National cu rren cy.....................................................
Nickels and cents...........................................................................
Expense account........................ ...................................................
Other resources.......................................................................

Decrease

$14,123,735 31
to

$469,338,927 86
364,563,462 27
$104,775,465 59

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OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

N a t io n a l

B anks

The national banking power of Wisconsin is represented below
by an abstract of statements of 147 banks located in our state,
prepared under the direction of the comptroller of the currency
and furnished to me through his courtesy.
A B ST R A C T OF ST ATEM EN TS OF 147 N A T IO N A L B A N K S OF WISCONSIN AT
T IIE CLOSE OF BUSINESS N O V E M B E R 17, 1919

Resources

Loans and discounts.............
Overdrafts.................................
Customer's
liability
account of “ acceptances” . . .
U. S. government securities
Other
bonds, securities.
etc., (other than stock). . .
Stocks other than Federal
Reserve Bank sto c k .........
Stock of Federal Reserve
B ank........................................
Banking h ouse........................
Furniture and fixtures........
Other real estate owned___
Lawful reserve with fe d ­
eral Reserve Bank.............
Item s with Federal Reserve
Bank in process of colTection......................................
Gold c o in ...................................
Silver and minor coins.........
Federal reserve and Federal Reserve Bank notes..
Net amounts due from national hanks..........................
Net amounts due from
banks, bankers and trust
com panies.............................
Exchanges
for
clearing
house........................................
Checks on other banks in
the same p la ce ....................
Outside checks and othei
cash item s.............................
Redemption fund and due
from U. S. treasurer.........
Interest earned but not collected ......................................
Other assets.............................
T otal.................................

Dollars

$194,422,000
218.000
430,000
45,185,000
53,144.000
489.000
955,000
4.937,000
591,000
1,447,000
16,018,000
3,156,000
582,000
961,000
5,912,000
34,197,000
6,327,000
2,156,000
1,138,000
1,506,000
685,000
1,131,000
40,000

Liabilities

Capital stock paid i n .......
Surplus fund........................
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid ..
Interest and discount collected or credited but
not earned.........................
Am ount
reserved
for
taxes? accrued..................
Am ount reserved for all
interest, accrued ..
Circulation ou tstanding..
Am ount due to Federal
Reserve B ank ..................
Net amount due to na­
tional banks......................
Net amount due to banks,
bankets and trust companies TT...........................
Certified
checks
outst an ding*.............................
Cashier’s checks on own
bank outstanding...........
Demand deposits................
Time deposits......................
U. 8. deposits........................
U. S. government secutities borrowed....................
Other bonds borrowed___
Bills payable, other than
with Federal Reserve
R a n k ...................
Bills payable with Federal Reserve R ank.......
Letters of credit and
travelers’ checks outstanding.............................
*‘ Acceptances” . .
Liabilities other
than
those above stated.........

Dollars

$22.495,000
9,894,000
5,596,000
629,000
607,000
691,006
12,812,000
516.000
9,892,000
26,155,000
500,000
1,435,000
134.920,000
115,011,000
3,817,000
432,000
51,000
40,000
5,864,000

1,000
430,000
3.839,000

$355,627,000

.

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

1355,627,000

Liabilities for rediscounts
including those with
Federal Reserve Bank..

13,469,000

A comparison of the principal items taken from the foregoing
table with corresponding figures from the abstract of state and
mutual savings banks and trust companies on the date of the
call, as follow s:


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National Ranks,
147

Item

C a p ital...................................................................
Surplus...................................................................
Undivided profits..............................................
Individual deposits..................................... ..
Resources ..........................................................

*22.495,000.00
9.894.000. 00
6.894.000. 00
251,866,(00.00
359,096,000.00

State and Mutual
Savings Banks and
Trust Companies,
805
*28,616,550.00
10,070,263.38
7.818,210 92
405,019.026.10
469,338,927.86

Statements of all banking institutions located in Wisconsin
have been combined in one abstract and are herewith presented.
C onsolidated A bstract

Financial statements of state and mutual savings banks and
trust companies of Wisconsin at the close of business November
17, 19-19, and national banks of Wisconsin at the close of busi­
ness November 17, 1919 :
Liabilities

Resources

Dollars

*51,111.550.00
Capital stock paid in .........
Loans and discounts, less
19,964,263.38
Surplus fu n d ......................
rediscounts . . ...................... $487,555,3a2.29
Undivided profits, le<s
1,350,186.69
Overdrafts................................
current expenses and
Customer’s liability on ac­
14,712,210.92
430.000.
00 taxes p aid... . ...............
count of “ acceptances’ -...
Interest and discount col­
81,867,198.48
U. S. securities owned.........
lected or credited, but
Stock in Federal Reserve
629.000. 00
not earned............. ...........
955.000. 00
B a n k .......................................
45,877.663.48
Due to banks, deposits.. .
1,329,296.52
Other stocks and securities.
18,525.56
Dividends unpaid.............
79,473 719.15
Other bonds.............................
656,885,026 10
Individual deposits...........
Banking- house, furniture
3,817.000.00
13,522,939.92
U. S. deposits......................
and fixtures.........................
432.000.
00
U. S. se unties borrowed.
2,488,060.24
Other real estate owned —
51,000 00
Other bonds borrowed —
Due from approved reserve
12,812,000.00
Circulation ou tstanding..
58.659,192.77
b an k s......................................
Letters of
credit and
Due from Federal Reserve
travelers’ checks out­
16,018,000.00
b a n k ........................................
1. 000.00
standing..........................
44.357,409.35
Due from other banks.........
11,100,088 01
Bills payable ........... ........
Checks on other banks in
430,000.00
“ Acceptances” ..................
6,839,620.93
process of collection.........
4,016,862.85
Other liabilities.................
Outside checks and other
1,506 000.00
cash item s.............................
$821,867,190.30
Total
Specie, gold, silver and
17.332,015.71
minor coins...........................
Liabilities for rediscounts,
Exchanges for
clearing
including those with
house, and checks on
$6,567,737.56
Federal Reserve Bank..
6,026,219.67
other banks in same place
Approximate
in te r e s t
1,131,000.00
earned but not collected..
317,251.23
Other assets.............................
Redemption fund and due
685,000.00
from U. S. treasurer.........
23,747.35
Expense account....................
Total


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R E P O R T OF TH E COMMISSIONER OF B A N K IN G

The foregoing abstract represents the total banking power of
Wisconsin. The figures disclose, less rediscounts, an increase
of $166,502,301.66 in the total banking power of the state from
November 1, 1918, to November 17, 1919.
Through the courtesy of the national banks of the state in
complying with my request for the statements of November 17,
1919, I am enabled to present such herein, thus making the vol­
ume a complete directory of all banks and land mortgage asso­
ciations located in Wisconsin.

S t a t e B a n k in g D e p a r t m e n t

Thirty-four of our state banks are now members of the Fed­
eral Reserve System, being an increase of three state banks dur­
ing the year.
The examiners of the Federal Reserve banks have, in severa]
instances, cooperated in the examination of state banks that are
members of the system, but where such assistance was not ren­
dered duplicate copies of the examinations made by the examiners
of this department, have been forwarded to the governors of the
Federal Reserve banks of the districts in which the banks are
located.
Building and loan associations, eighty-six in number, are like­
wise subject to regulation by this department, and are examined
once a year. As a special report covering the conditions of
these associations will be submitted to you in accordance with
the requirements of section 2024— 16 of the statutes, I shall not
go into further detail.
The total operating expenses for the year 1919 amounted to
$60,402.92. The receipts for the same period, derived from an­
nual examination fees and other sources, totals $44,852.80, mak­
ing the net cost for the year $15,550.12.
The following schedule shows the number of banks, and the
aggregate assets of banks under the supervision of the state
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Year

No. of Banks

Total Assets

1903.................
1904................
1905.................
1906................
1907.................
1908.................
1909................
19)0.................
1911................

347....................
372....................
390....................
406....................
429....................
450....................
473....................
510....................
573....................

$90,164, 209.11
90,459,989.31
99.629.048.29
114.308,381.52
124,323,751.84
124,845,425.46
140,155.455 87
162,125,649.30
186 003,546.94

I ncr ease

in

Year

1912.........
1913
1914..
1915..
1916.
1917
1918..
1919___

A

No. of Banks

607___
642
667...
707
737.
775
788.
805___

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Total Assets

$209,037,498.52
230.073,789.52
238,561,733.03
253,941,928.46
298,617,175.61
339.759,758.49
364,563,462.27
469,338,927.86

p p r o p r ia t io n

Owing to the large amount of additional work required in the
department due to the increase in the number of institutions
under supervision and the marked increase in resources of those
institutions, it has been found necessary to enlarge the force, and
it appears additional help will be needed in the near future.
The field force has been diligent in its labors, but find it diffi­
cult to visit all banking institutions twice in one year. Banks
that two or three years ago could be examined in one day now
require two days, owing to their growth. Some of our largest
banks require the efforts of a number of examiners for a week
in order to complete an examination.
When it is considered that institutions with resources of over
$500,000,000 are under supervision and that there are 1,059,377
individual depositors in the various banks and several thousand
stockholders in the building and loan associations, it would ap­
pear the department is justified in asking for an increase in
appropriation in order that the work of the department may not
be embarrassed because of insufficient number of employes.
I recommend that the legislature give this careful considera­
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T H E NAM ES A N D COM PENSATION OF A L L EM PLO YES OF T H E ST ATE
H A N K IN G D E P A R T M E N T FROM J A N U A R Y 1, 1919, TO J A N U A R Y 1, 1920
A R E AS F O LLO W S:

Name

Title

Date
From—To

Marshall Cousins. Commissioner. Jan. 1-Dec. 31
W . H. R ichards... Deputy Com’ r. Jan. 1-Dec. 31
A. R. Emerson . . . Chief examin’r Jan. 1-Feb. 28
Mar.1 -Dec. 31
Thos. Ileiried ___ Examiner......... Jan. 1-June30
July 1-Dec. 31
C. F. Schwenker.. Examiner......... J an. 1-June30
July 1-Dec. 31
R. B. E llis ............. Exam iner.........
July 1-Dec. 31
C. T. Shape........... Examiner.........
July 1-Dec. 31
W .J . K ow alke*.. Examiner......... Jan. 1-Feb. 19
Burne Pollock**.. Examiner......... Jan. 1-Apr. 30
B. M. Backus....... Examiner.........
J uly 1-Dec. 31
Geo. D. L u sch er.. Exam iner......... Jan. 1-June30
July 1-Dec. 31
Henry N. Nelson. Examiner......... Jan. 1-June30
J uly 1 -Dec. 31
W. C. Edw ards... Examiner......... J an. 1-June30
July 1-Dec. 3!
G. VV. Jam ieson... E xam iner,........ Jan. 1-June30
July 1-Dec. 31
J. H. Cre***... .
E x a m in e r.......
Irving E. Backus. C le r k ................. Jan. 1-Mar. 31
Ass’t examiner Apr. 1-June30
Exam iner......... July 1-Dec. 31
P. H. L in ley......... Examiner.........
C. W . M orrison... Clerk.................. Jan. 1-June30
July 1-Dec. 31
Wm. L C a rey___ Clerk.................. Apr.l4-.iune30
July 1-Dec. ?1
Jennie Nelson___ Clerk.................. Jan 1-June30
July 1-Dec. 31
\ era B rew er....... Clerk..................
July 1-Dec 31
Gene’ ve Van Gent Clerk.................. Aug.14-Sept.30
Oct. 1-Nov. 30
Dec. 1-Dec. 31
Chas. E. Butters.. Clerk.................. Aug.22-Dec.31
Total salaries

No. of
months

12
12
2
10
6
6
6
6
6
6

(3

6

Annual
salary

15.000
3,000
2,700
3,000
2,700
2,800
2,700
2,800
2 700
2,’ 800
2,600

1 mo. 19 days
4
(3

2,200

6
6
6
6
6

2,200
2,000
2,200

(i

2,750.00

{•

2,750.00

[

2,500.00
307.74
833.34
2 , 100.00

j-

2 , 100.00
2 , 000.00

1.900

1
r

2 , 000.00

1,900

J

2,100

2.100

6

2,000

' 6

1,680
1,800
1,680
1.800
1,560
1,680

4 mo. 9 days

2,750.00

>■

1.680
1,800

1 mo. 18 days
2
1

ij-

1.900

3
3

6
6
6
6
6

1
1

)
1
1

2,100

2 mo. 17 days

$5,000.00
3,000.00
j- 2,950.00

2,500

6
6
6

6

Total
salary
received

900
900
• 600
780
1,680

r

1

2 , 000.00
312.50

V

1,870.00

[•

550.67
1,740 00

[

1,259.34

1

1
j-

1,620.00

j-

840.00

)
V
(

283.55
600.65
$4^7116.79

*W . H. Kowalke resigned as bank examiner to accept the position of cashier of the
Danw m n’s State Bank, Kewaunee, Wisconsin.
**Burne Pollock resigned as bamc examiner to accept the position of cashier of the
Milwaukee Commeri ial Bank, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
***J. H. Coe resigned as bank examiner to accept the position of assistant cashier
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The receipts and disbursements of the department are presented
in the following schedule:
Disbursements.
Salaries....... ...................... ..................... . ..............................................
T ransportation................................................................. ..................
Expense.............................................................................. .....................
Printing-....................................................................................................
Stationery....... .........................; .............................................................
Postage.....................................................................................................
Telephone and telegraph........... .....................................................
Express, drayage, andmiscellaneous............................................

$42,116.79
4,742 26
8,603 97
2,971.71
181.98
1,623.72
65.54
96.95

Total disbursements ...................

$60,402.92

Receipts.
Examination fees.................................................................................
Filing fees..............................................................................................
Certified copies.....................................................................................
Fees for license to transmit m oney....... .....................................

842,660.00
1,805.00
27.80
360 00

Total receipts.......................................................................................................

$44,852.80

Net cost to slate............................................... .-.................................................

$15,550.12

The financial statements of both state and national banks
doing business in Wisconsin on November 17, 1919, are herewith
respectfully submitted.
Very respectfully yours,
M a r s h a l l C o u s in s ,

Commissioner of Banking.
Madison, Wisconsin,
January 20, 1920.


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ABSTRACT
OF

REPORTS OF STA TE

BANKS

O F THE

STATE OF WISCONSIN
At the close of business November 17, 1919, as made to the Commissioner of Banking.

RESOURCES

DOLLARS

Loans and discounts............

$287,780,925.72

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

1,132,186.69

State, municipal and other
bonds ................................

40,863,916.62

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in..

DOLLARS

$26,231,550.00
9,079,399.70

Surplus fund ..
Undivided profits, l e s s
current expenses a n d
taxes paid .........................

7,255,236.70

Due to banks—deposits...

9,303,922.82

U. S. bonds, certificates of
indebtedness, war savings
certificates and t h r i f t
stamps ..................................

34,848,691.99

Stocks and other securities

831,013.93

Banking-house,
furniture
and fixtures ........................

Individual deposits sub­
ject to check.....................

146,159,847.84

7,755,782.26

Other real estate owned—

1,014,635.21

Demand certificates of deposit ....................................

27,521,186.69

T i m e certificates of deposit ...................................

126,388,359.62

Savings deposits ................

84,939,792.62

Due from approved reserve
banks ....................................
Due from other banks.........

56,018,393.31
2,854,654.47

Certified checks ..................

Checks on other banks and
cash items ...........................

3,649,460.47

Exchanges for c l e a r i n g
house ....................................

2,732,219.67

Gold coin and gold certifi­
cates ......................................

1,055,738.18

Silver coin ...............................

1,200,483.86

U. S. and national currency

7,323,460.95

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

188,469.56

Expense account ...................

23,747.35

Other resources ......................

202,739.22

T otal...............................

$449,476,519.46


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18,525.56

Oashier's

cheeks

.........

Postal savings ....................
N o t e s and bills rediscounted .............................

289,369.97
2,455,147.63
270,399.59

Bills payable .......................

3,088,737.56
5,142,088.01

Liberty bond account.......

1,171,139.27

Other liabilities ..................

161,815.88

T otal.........................

$449,476,519.46

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R E PO R TS OF STATE BANKS

REPORTS OF STATE

BANKS

Abbotsford— Abbotsford Bank.
H . H . F IE B IG , President.
A. J. Y O U N G , V ice President.

G. N . O U IM E T T E , Cashier.
D O R A L U N D A H L , A sst. Cashier.

_

D IR E C T O R S .
H . H . Piebig,
A . J. Y oung,
F . B. W in g ,

G. N . Ouimette,
A . M . Steinwand.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 14, 1902.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 17, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
O ther re a l e sta te ow ned
Due fro m ap p rove d re se rv e b a n k s .................
Gold coin ........................ .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n ts .,. . . .
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 2 1 ,9 9 3 50
301 83

1 , 0 0 0 00

6 3 ,2 0 0 00
3 ,3 0 0 00

1 , 2 0 0 00
1 ,4 2 5 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ..........
U n d ivid ed p rofits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ......................... . . . .
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
P o sta l s a v in g s ...............

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00

6 , 0 0 0 00
1 3 ,7 0 8 74
1 1 6 ,6 3 2 50
1 2 5 ,9 8 1 75
7 6 ,4 4 7 86
316 98

6 9 ,1 7 8 48
92 50
619 10
1 ,7 0 1 00
76 42

*

$ 3 6 4 ,0 8 7 83

T o ta l

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

$ 3 6 4 ,0 8 7 S3

Ableman— Farmers State Bank.
W . J. H U M M E L , President.
W . C. H O L T Z , V ice Fresident

H . C. S C H U L T E , C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S . '
W . P. Egerer,
W . H . Schultz,
C arl B a rte n b a c h .

W . J. H u m m el,
W E. B lack
W . C. H o ltz,
E.
C. B e n tle y ,
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 2, 1912.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s of in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d re se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ...........................
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . . .
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 7 8 ,6 2 8 00
419 39
5 5 ,9 6 1 10

7 ,3 5 0 00
4 ,2 8 5 00
3 ,2 9 8 14

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ............ . .
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e p o sit .............................
S a v in g s d e p osits ............

$ 1 8 ,0 0 0
2 ,7 0 0

00
00

5 ,8 2 7

06

3 3 ,7 4 0 05
1 9 3 ,7 4 9 44
3 7 ,3 3 8 48
»

3 3 ,2 6 8 47
403 25
590 00
1 ,3 2 0 35

■

5 ,6 4 3 00
188 33
$ 2 9 1 ,3 5 5 03

T o ta l ........................

$ 2 9 1 ,3 5 5 03

32

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Abrams— Abrams State Bank.
A.
D.

E D D . S P E A K E R , Cashier.

W . G R U N W A L D T , President.
H . B A R K E R , V ice President.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . W . Grunwaldt,
Edd. Speaker,
D. H . B arker,
Gust. F alk,
John Liegeois,
W m . Feldt.
F rank Foster,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 19, 1911.

S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s ............
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
sa v in g
c e rtifs.
an d th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D u e fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D u e fr o m oth e r b a n k s
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin ...........................
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y
................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

$ 1 3 5 ,5 8 2 21
3 29
3 ,0 0 0

00

1 1 ,3 5 8 92

2,000 00
1, 000 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U nd ivid ed p ro fits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............

$ 10,000 00
7 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,6 2 9 50
7 00
4 6 ,4 8 6 11
9 8 ,1 7 7 12
1 6 ,9 0 4 14

1 6 ,2 7 0 35
6 ,9 6 2 48
813 67
582 50
254 70
5 ,1 1 8 00
257 75
$ 1 8 3 ,2 0 3

T o ta l

$ 1 8 3 ,2 0 3 87

Adams— Adams County State Bank.
R\ B. W O O D , P re sid e n t.
O.
E. W H IT C O M B , V ic e
G.
D. B E E C H , V ic e Pres.

J. B. H I L L , V ic e P re sid e n t.
W . G. B IN G H A M , C a sh ier.

Pres.
D IR E C T O R S .

R . B. W ood ,
Geo. D. Beech,
C. N. P ierce.
J. B . H ill.

C. E . Babcock,
O. E . W hitcom b ,
G. W . B ingham ,
E. M. L ayer,
B. M cBride,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 12, 1913.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a fts ................ . . .
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er re a l e sta te ow ned
D u e fro m a p p ro v e d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin ...........................
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 7 6 ,7 2 1 49
125 80
5 9 ,7 0 3
4 ,0 0 0
3 ,2 2 5
400

75

7 ,1 8 9

57

00
00
00

18 28
' 55 00
634 95

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ................. ..
U n d ivid e d p rofits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit - ............ .....................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C a sh ie r’s c h ec k s o u t­
sta n d in g ........................

$ 10,000

00

5 ,0 0 0 00
904 53
7 5 ,5 5 1 61
3 2 ,9 4 5 73
3 1 ,6 5 5 71
2 ,3 9 5 50

6 ,2 4 1 00
138 24
$ 1 5 8 ,4 5 3 08

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 5 8 ,4 5 3 08

REPORTS

OF

STATE

A d e ll— A d e ll S ta te
N O A H S A E M A N N , President.
W M . Z U B N G L E R , Vice President.

BANKS

33

Bank.

E. C. S T R A T T O N . Cashier.
M A T T IE P L E K E N P O L , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
N oah Saem ann,
W m . Zuengler,
George W . Bates,

i

G. A . Schultz,
E . C. Stratton.
•

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 9, 1908.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1915).
R e so u rc e s.
L ia b ilitie s .
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 1 5 8 ,9 4 8 87 C a p ita l sto c k paid in . .
O v e rd r a fts . . . . .,............
39 22 Surplus; fund ............
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
oth er bonds .................
1 8 ,3 9 6 00
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtiflta x e s paid ......................
ca te s o f in debtedn ess,
D iv id e n d s un p a id ..........
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
Individual deposits, suband th r ift s t a m p s .. .
1 3 ,4 9 3 30
je c t to c h e c k .................
B a n k in g house ...............
2 ,8 0 0 00 D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
1 ,8 0 0 00
d e p o sit .............................
O th er re al e sta te ow ned
3 ,5 0 0 00 T im e ce rtifica te s o f d eDue fro m a p p roved r e p o s i t .....................................
se rve b a n k s .................
,40,269 69 S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
416 02
G old coin .............................
1 ,2 0 7 50
S ilv e r coin ........................
626 05
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r “
re n c y
................................
2 ,7 8 3 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
1 0 2 06
T o ta l ........................

$ 2 4 4 ,3 8 1 71

T o ta l ...........

A lb a n y — A lb a n y E x c h a n g e
W . D. R O B E R T S , President.
W . J. F IN N , V ice President.

$ 1 2 , 0 0 0 00
5 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,3 7 8

41

2 0 00
1 3 0 ,3 5 0 68
5 ,3 9 4 00
.2 5 ,5 7 9 80
6 2 ,1 5 8 82

$ 2 4 4 ,3 8 1 71

Bank.

J. T. G R A V E N O R . Cashier.
C. E. T U R N E R , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

E. M. K n a p p ,
D on. S. T ro w ,
W . J. Finn,
Fred. Lockwood,

Ole E . K itteisen,
Aug. N ix,
W . D. Roberts.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1902.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 13, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtiflcate s o f in debted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p roved re se rve b a n k s .................
Due fi'om oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

........................
3— B.


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 8 6 ,1 1 7 10
984 82

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fund
U ndivided profits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a id .......................

1 4 ,8 5 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00

Individu al deposits, sub-

1 , 0 0 0 00
4 1 ,5 3 5 64
924 01

je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d ep osit .............................
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u tsta n d in g . .........................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00

8 , 0 0 0 00
6 ,6 5 2 54
1 1 9 ,8 6 1 15
2 2 7 ,6 4 0 09
4 45

2 1 ,6 0 9 80
455 00
966 60
3 ,5 5 4 00
161 26
$ 3 7 7 ,1 5 8 23

T o ta l

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

$ 3 7 7 ,1 5 8 23

34

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Albany— Bank of Albany.
J.
E.

J.
F . L IT E R , President.
E L L A L IT E R , V ice President.

E. L IT E L , Cashier.
F . G R A V E S , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E lla Litel,
E. F. Graves.

J. F. LItel,
J. E. Litel,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 12, 1892.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 29, 1893.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ...........................
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
T o ta l

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

$ 4 1 1 ,6 1 5 21
1 ,8 5 9 80
1 7 ,2 6 0 75

3 5 ,9 7 0 00

2,000 00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s an d
tax e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p o sit ... .'......................

$ 10, 000 00
1 1 ,2 5 0 00
3 ,6 8 5 11
1 2 8 ,6 1 5 91
4 2 5 ,4 3 1 61

1 ,2 5 0 00
8 9 ,0 5 5 18
1 3 ,0 8 3 19
318 17
272 50
871 10
5 ,2 2 3 00
203 73
$ 5 7 8 ,9 8 2 63

T o ta l

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

$ 5 7 8 ,9 8 2 63

Algom a— Bank of Algoma.
B E N O I T T H T A R D , President.
A.
W . H A M A C H E K , V ice President.

A . W . H A M A C H E K , Cashier.
J. F . T H IA R D , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . W . H am achek,
W m . N esem an, Sr.
Benoit Thiard,
M. L . Reinhart.
C. J. Melchior,
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 13, 1881.
Incorporated as a State B ank M a y 14, 1898.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L oan s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds. U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er re a l e sta te ow n ed
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
serve b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s .'..........
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 5 8 4 ,3 9 8 18
1 ,7 0 5 67
4 9 ,5 0 0 00

1 3 9 ,5 0 2 00
1 3 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,9 2 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid in . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ................... ..............
S a v in g s d ep osits ..........

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 0°
2 7 ,0 0 0 00
258 96
9 2 ,7 7 9 37
5 2 9 ,4 0 4 72
2 1 0 ,0 2 6 29

11,100 00
4 5 ,5 1 7 80
155 06
4 ,3 3 9 36
7 ,1 9 2 50
1 ,9 8 2 60
1 8 ,0 3 2 00
124- 17

$ 8 8 4 ,4 6 9 34

T o ta l

,4 6 9 34

R E PO R TS OF STATE BANKS

35

Algom a— Citizens Bank.
E R N E S T B R U E M M E R , P re sid e n t
C. F . R O E D E C K E R ,
F. S L A B Y , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
Jas. H. M cG o w a n ,
H en ry Grimm,
W a lte r E. Knospe,
John L . H aney,
E rn est Bruem m er,
C. Capelle.
F. Slaby,
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 16, 1911.

Cashier.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R e so u rc e s.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 6 0 1 ,6 3 1 11
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
6 ,1 7 5 86
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
4 , 0 0 0 00
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in debtedn ess,
w ar
saving- c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
9 2 ,9 6 3 02
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
1 2 ,0 0 0 00
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
8 ,2 9 8 00
O ther real e sta te ow ned
6 ,8 9 2 68
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
6 7 ,4 6 0 64
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
9 ,3 6 8 80
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a rin g
house ................................
,294 45
G old coin .............................
162 50
S ilver c o i n ...........................
844 00
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
rency ..................................
,353 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
186 98
S a v in g s b a n k ............ -. .
169 68
V ic to ry loan bonds u n ­
paid
.........................................
1 ,0 0 5 00
T o ta l ........................

$ 8 2 5 ,8 0 5 72

L ia b ilit ie s .

C a p ita l sto c k paid in .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits . . . . .

T o ta l .................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00

10,000 00
8 ,5 2 8 93

1 2 9 ,4 8 2 94
5 3 2 ,7 2 8 72
9 5 ,0 6 5 13

$ 8 2 5 ,8 0 5 7;

Allen— Farmers State Bank.
___
(P . O., S T R U M , R. F. D .)
A U S T IN C H R IS L E R , President.
H A R R Y L. L O W E Cashier
S A M W . M A R S H A L L , Vice President.
ALOYS L BRU CKN ER
D IR E C T O R S .
Nick Adam s,
H a rry L. Lowe
W m . A . Low e.
Sam W . M arshall,
D an Anderson,
Austin Chrisler,
Chas. E. M arshall,
H . E. H anson,
A.
Jones
L. Bruckner,
Geo. W . Jackson
J. E.- B arron
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 16, 1914.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in debtedn ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fixtures,.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
serve b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin ................. ............
S ilv er c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................

Nickels and c e n t s ........

V ic to r y bond p ay m e n ts
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$1 2 9 ,1 3 3 12
985 34
3 ,1 0 1

40

1 5 ,7 5 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,3 0 0 00
1 5 ,8 8 9 44
932 94
220 00
584 05

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........
C ertified ch e ck s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ....................
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted ...........................

$1 0 , 0 0 0

Or

1 ,4 2 8

07

1,000 00

7 2 ,5 2 0 42
2 9 ,3 3 6 73
3 0 ,3 5 2 48
2 ,1 9 6 81
2 ,1 1 5 82
3 2 ,2 2 1 00

1 ,5 4 1 00
184 04
8 ,0 5 0 00
$ 1 8 1 ,1 7 1

33

T otal

$181,171

33

36

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Allenton— Allenton State Bank.
J. P. W E N I N G E R , A sst. Cashier.

C H A S . S T E IN B E R G , President.
G E R H A R D W E N I N G E R , Vice Fres.

D IR E C T O R S .
.
M ath. Stoffel,
Philip Schellinger,
J acob K o ll.

C has. S te in b e rg ,
Gerhard W en in ger,
Joseph M. W o lff,
Jam es U m bs,

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 14, 1905.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds ..................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in debtedn ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er re a l e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ...........
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

$ 2 8 1 ,8 0 9 39
183 94
1 8 ,4 3 5 18

5 8 ,6 0 6
4 ,3 0 0
1 ,5 0 0
900

40
00
00
00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d iv id e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............ .. . . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g .........., .............

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 9 ,6 4 4 78
1 0 5 ,0 6 8 17
2 3 0 ,4 9 0 66
1 7 ,5 7 6 54
8 ,0 7 0 69

. 3 3 ,6 0 8 60
9 57
640 00
485 86
5 ,2 7 8 00
93 90
T o ta l ........................

$ 4 0 5 ,8 5 0 84

$ 4 0 5 ,8 5 0 84

Alma— American Bank.
S. P. IB A C H , Cashier.
H . F . IB A C H , Asst. Cashier.

P. E. IB A C H , President.
G. R Y F F E L , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .

P. E. Ibach,
G. Ryffel,

Sidney P. Ibach.
E S T A B L IS H E D J U N E 25, 1906.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
U. S, b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in debtedn ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re an d fix tu re s.
D ue from a p p roved r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ..........■..................
S ilv e r coin ..........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy .............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
L ib e r ty lo an a c c o u n t ..
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 4 1 3 ,3 5 7 84
1 ,6 3 1 53

1 5 ,9 0 3 83
5 ,0 0 0 no
2 ,7 0 0 00
1 3 6 ,0 0 6 54

C a p ita l s to c k p aid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d iv id e d profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ............ .....................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C h ristm a s b a n k in g club

$ 10,000 00

1 2 , 0 0 0 00
3 ,3 9 8

06

1 3 9 ,3 3 5

67

4 2 0 ,1 6 0 73
8 ,0 4 9 74
1 ,1 2 9 25

49 73
2 ,9 5 0 00
1 ,5 9 2 35

00
1 00 12

1 3 ,8 0 8

973 51
$ 5 9 4 ,0 7 3 45

T o ta l

$ 5 9 4 ,0 7 3 45

R EP O R TS OF STATE B AN KS

37

Alm a Center— Alm a Center State Bank.
H . S. C A D B Y , President.
E. V. B U C K L E Y , V ic e P re sid e n t.

J. B . M IL L E R , Cashier.
A . W . H E L W I G , A sst. Cashier.

D I R E C T O R S .'
E. W . Sullivan,
M arcus M erchant,
H . S# Cadby,
’
F . T. Nolop,
E. V. B u c k le y ,
H . H . Orm sby,
G. A . Dunn,
R . W . Ilift,
O tto K u tz ,
G eo. Sichler.
A . C. M a y o ,
E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 3, 1903.

S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L oans and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds . ...............
II. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in debtedn ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
Due from ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . . .
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 1 1 ,0 7 1 43
2 ,4 5 7 59
1 1 ,8 5 4 40

4 7 ,0 5 0 00
4 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n ..
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ,......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,2 8 0 19
5 ,5 6 5 54
1 2 5 ,7 9 1

94

3 0 8 ,8 9 3

17

9 0 ,7 2 8 16
3 ,9 6 7 02
3 ,4 9 0 00
384 90
1 ,4 0 3 00
124 34
$ 4 7 8 ,5 3 0 84

$ 4 7 8 ,5 3 0 84

T o ta l

Almena— Almena State Bank.
C. C. COE, President.
C H A S . K A E M M E R , V ice President.

H E N R Y P E T E R S O N , C ashier.
M A T H . D O L D , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. C. Coe,
M. C. H ow ard,
Chas. K aem m er,
George Panian,
H en ry Peterson,
C. H . Stuck.
P. L . Olcott,
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 15, 1908.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .'
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin . . . ....................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 3 0 6 ,9 2 3 15
3 ,2 9 7 77
500 00

1 4 ,1 5 0 00
2 ,4 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
3 5 ,0 9 7

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ............ . . . .
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p osit ..................................
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s ta n d in g .............................

$ 20,000

00

4 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,8 0 4 53
1 2 3 ,3 8 6 58
2 1 2 ,6 5 2 87
5 ,9 1 0 63

02

998 86
455 00
1 ,3 0 2 45
2 ,5 8 8 00
42 36
$ 3 6 9 ,7 5 4 61

T o ta l

$ 3 6 9 ,7 5 4 61

38

R E P O R T OF TH E COM M ISSIONER OF B A N K IN G

Almond— The Portage County Bank.
O. A . C R O W E L L , President.
E.
G. C R O W E L L , V ic e P re sid e n t.

W . A . W E B S T E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
O. A . Crowell,
W . A . W ebster,

j . w . D unegan,
E. G. Crowell.

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 15, 1901.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 29, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
~U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Due fro m oth e r b a n k s
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ............................ . .
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 8 1 ,6 6 9 65
1^3 58
9 0 ,7 8 7 00

3 8 ,9 5 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,7 3 0 00
7 3 ,6 4 5 53
3 ,9 3 5 31

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
u n d iv id e d profits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid . ....................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,0 0 0 Oil
3 ,0 1 5

67

2 0 6 ,9 6 3

43

1 6 2 ,8 6 1

19

9 ,9 6 0

35

1 ,3 6 8 33
9 4 0 00
740 65
3 ,3 6 7 00
23 59
$ 3 9 9 ,8 0 0 64

T o ta l ........................

$ 3 9 9 ,8 0 0 64

Altoona— Altoona State Bank.
E. W . PO N D , P re sid e n t.
O. H . C A R R O L L , V ic e P re sid e n t.
E . W . Pond,
O. H. C a rro ll,
J. T. F itz g e r a ld ,
L e o. L . L o o b y ,
E. J. M cG ron a ry,

C. J. H A Y D E N , C a sh ier.
D O R IS M A R T IN S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L. T. H a y d e n ,
J. J. S tep hens,
O. B. M artin son ,
M. N. F in sta d .

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y

1, 1919.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
F u rn itu re an d fix tu re s.
D ue fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Gold coin ........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...................... . .
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
E x p e n se ........................
T o ta l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 6 ,8 3 4 09

384 07
2 ,5 6 5 94
9 ,7 0 4 72
160 00
248 55
4 ,8 6 3 00
37 63
1 ,7 6 5 34
$ 7 6 ,5 6 3 34

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
C o n tin g e n t fu n d ............
2 ,0 0 0 00
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
2 7 ,1 8 0 85
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ...................
6 ,9 9 0 09
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
2 9 ,5 5 3 36
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u t­
sta n d in g ........................ . •
275 00
R e se r v e fo r ta x e s and
in te re st ..............
564 04

T o ta l

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

$ 7 6 ,5 6 3 34

R EP O R TS OF STATE B AN KS

39

Amery— Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
P. C. A M U N D S O N , President.
C. H . O A K B T , V ic e P re sid e n t.
A. R Y D E R , 2nd V ic e P re sid e n t.

H.
S.
A.
C.
F.
A.

B. C o rn m e tt.
P. Swanson,
J. Anderson,
H . O ak e y ,
A . S te n b e rg ,
R yd e r,

F A . S T E N B E R G , C a sh ier.
W
J. F E R A C P A U T , A s s t. C ashier.
R C W I N C H E S T E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.
C M . P E T E R S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
O. L. L ee,
T. O. W in g er,
W . W . W inchester,
P. C. Am undson,
E. J. Schneider,
S. L . Pennington.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 15, 1906.

Statement November I t , 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ....................... •
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O ther re al e sta te ow ned
D ue fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fr o m oth e r b a n k s
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
house ................................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ............ ..............
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ...........
T ra d e a c c e p ta n c e s . . . .
A d v a n c e d to c u sto m e rs
on v ic to r y l o a n ..........
A d v a n c e d to c u sto m e rs
on third lib e r ty lo an
A d v a n c e d to c u sto m e rs
on fo u r th lib e r ty loan
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$752,1,42 65
1 0 ,3 9 3 07
2 2 ,5 5 0 00

5 4 ,5 5 0 00
9 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,4 7 5 00
1 0 9 ,5 1 6 11
8 ,0 6 9 70
6 ,8 6 5 76

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided p ro fits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid .................
D ue to h a n k s — d e p osits
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ......................
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted ...........................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 7 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,5 1 1 82
6 ,0 6 2 95
10 25
3 5 9 ,3 0 5 17
4 7 1 ,4 9 5 27
8 1 ,7 5 9 04
1 ,6 6 8 38
2 6 ,0 0 0 00

85 43
810 00
3 ,5 3 3 00
6 ,9 5 4 00
236 03
4 ,3 8 7 13
2 0 ,0 0 0 00
70 00
175 00
$ 1 ,0 1 7 ,8 1 2 88

T o ta l ........................ $ 1 ,0 1 7 ,8 1 2 83

40

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Amery— Union State Bank.
J. G. B U R M A N , P re sid e n t.
A. O. D A L B E Y , V ice P re sid e n t.

Y . H . C L IN T E N S E N , C a sh ie r.

D IR E C T O R S .
Sande L a rso n ,
N ets. S m y le y .

J. S. B u rm a n ,
A . O. D a lb e y ,
V.
H . C lin te n se n ,

E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 24, 1918.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 191!).
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
D. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
savingc e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
A d va n ce d to c u sto m e rs
to
fe d e ra l
re se rv e
b a n k ..................................
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 6 2 ,3 9 9 38
1 ,7 9 9 44

2 4 ,2 5 0 00
2 ,9 3 5 00
. 5 0 ,2 9 4 69
4 ,7 1 8 76
425 00
1 ,0 5 0 00

C a p ital sto c k p aid i n . .
$ 1 5 ,0 0 0
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
3 ,0 0 0
U n divided p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ,.....
1 ,7 3 7
D iv id en d s unpaid . . . . .
6
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .
1 6 9 ,6 8 0
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
1 8 3 ,4 5 8
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........■
1 0 ,5 5 7
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
6 ,8 7 6

00
00
91
00
25
86
00
67

8 ,1 7 6 00
279 88
3 3 ,9 8 8 54
$ 3 9 0 ,3 1 6 69

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

$ 3 9 0 ,3 1 6 69

Amherst— The International Bank of Amherst.
G EO . W . F L E M IN G , President.
J A M E S J. N E L S O N , V ice President.

L . A . P O M E R O Y . Cashier
H A R R Y B. P O M E R O Y , A sst. Cashier.
L.
A . H A N S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. J. Nelson,
Geo. W . F lem ing,
P. N . Peterson,

L . A . Pom erov,
F . H a e rte l,
T h os. H o w e n .

c.

E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 18, 1893.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ..............
f u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b an k s ..................
D u e fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
S ilv e r c o i n .................
(J. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
T o ta l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 9 0 ,6 0 8 37
5 ,0 9 3 08
9 4 ,7 5 1 25

.

1 9 ,2 2 8 50
3 ,0 0 0 0o
2 ,0 0 0 00
6 0 ,2 5 9 63
2 6 ,4 4 8 97

C a p ita l sto c k p aid
in ..
$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,5 0 0 00
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
5 ,2 0 3 95
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ............. •
80 00
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..,
1 1 4 ,6 0 4 30
D em a n d c e rtifica te s o f
d ep osit .............................
14,05,4 60
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
3 4 2 ,7 9 1 41
R e se r v e fo r t a x e s ................
2 ,2 0 0 00

5 ,4 3 4 54
499 40
6 ,0 0 5 00
105 52
$ 5 1 3 ,4 3 4 26

T o ta l ........................

$ 5 1 3 ,4 3 4 26

REPORTS

OF STATE

41

BANKS

Amherst Junction— The Security State Bank.
M. K . H A N S O N . President.
N. J. L O B E R G , V ice President.

O. A . N E L S O N , C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .

N.
M.

L.

J. L oberg,

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

K . H anson,
L . Nelson,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 25, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ........................ .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er re a l e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
DUe fro m oth e r b a n k s .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ........................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
Bonds
p u rch a se d
fo r
p a tr o n s b u t n o t d e ­
liv e re d ............ ,...............
T o ta l ........................

$ 9 7 ,8 3 3 98
1 ,1 2 1 58
2 3 ,0 9 9 34

5 6 ,0 4 4
1 ,2 0 0
800
335

23
00
00
00

3 2 ,9 7 8
1 ,0 6 4
775
1 ,0 2 5

60
16
00
60

$ 1 2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ..................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g . . . . . . . . . . . .
R e se rv e fo r t a x e s ..........

2 ,2 3 4 78
2 7 ,7 1 4 13
1 7 4 ,0 6 8 10
759 20
210 15

3 ,2 0 0 00
212 77
296 10
T o ta l

$ 2 1 9 ,9 8 6 36

........................ *

$ 2 1 9 ,9 8 6 36

Aniwa— Farmers T ri-County State Bank.
GEO.

C H A S . C, V O G L , P re sid e n t.
L O U IS S T E C K B A U E R , V ic e P res.

A . JE N S O N ,

C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. O. P le sch ,
W . J. M o rte n sen ,
H . C. B e r g e r.

C has. C. V o g l,
L o u is S te ck b au e r,
O. A. R e m k e ,
A. W . W in c e n ts e n ,
E S T A B L IS H E D

FEBRUARY

24, 1919.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ............ ..
U, S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ..........
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and ca sh it e m s ............
G old c o i n ............ ................
S ilv e r coin ......................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 5 4 ,0 1 5 31
34 01

6 ,8 5 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,8 1 9 25

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................

$ 10, 000 00

2,000 00
188 39

,44,667 68
3 0 ,0 1 7 53

1 7 ,3 7 6 48
99 00
100 00
209 00
3 ,2 0 0 00
170 55
$ 8 6 ,8 7 3 60

T o ta l

$ 8 6 ,8 7 3 60

42

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O P B A N K IN G

Antigo— The Fidelity Savings Bank of Antigo, Wisconsin.
H E N R Y H A Y , President.
A N T O N M O L L E , V ice President.

H en ry H a y ,
Anton M olle,
W a lte r R. D askam ,

W A L T E R R. D A S K A M , Cashier,

D IR E C T O R S .
S. D. W arren ,
j . a . Rudolph,
John Benishek.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y

20, 1909.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
O th er re al e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
II. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 2 6 ,8 4 5 02
65 53
9 ,9 2 5

1 ,0 3 7
8 ,0 0 0
3 ,7 8 5
5 ,1 1 9

00

30
00
89
41

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,2 1 5 73
180 00
9 4 ,1 1 0 82
1 5 1 ,2 9 4 41
2 0 ,9 0 2 35

6 3 ,2 3 7 72
873 51
635 00
1 ,6 0 7 95
3 ,5 1 0 00
60 98
$ 3 2 4 ,7 0 3

31

T o ta l ........................

$ 3 2 4 ,7 0 3 31

Appleton— Appleton State Bank.
G.
A. Z U E H L K E , President.
H E N R Y A . S C H M IT Z , V ice President.

G. A . Zuehlke,
H en ry A . Schm itz,
B.
J. Zuehlke,

B. J. Z U E H L K E , Cashier.
M . A . S C H U H , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A lb ert H . K rugm eier,
Gustave K eller.

E S T A B L I S H E D D E C E M B E R 16, 1911.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
B ankin g- h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
Gold coin ..............
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . ' . . . .
T o ta l

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 6 9 4 ,7 9 2 40
879 49
4 1 1 ,3 4 0 75
3 2 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,0 4 7 80
3 2 4 ,3 8 2 73
3 7 ,1 8 4 12
907 50
3 ,6 3 6 85

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
12,,469 70
3 9 6 ,2 5 4 54
7 4 3 ,3 6 3 57
2 5 2 ,1 8 8 20
3 ,4 2 5

00

2 0 ,3 4 6 00
183 37

........................ -$ 1 ,5 3 2 ,7 0 1 01


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d ep osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ........................

T o ta l

........................ $ 1 ,5 3 2 ,7 0 1 01

R EP O R TS OF STATE BAN K S

43

Appleton— The Outagamie County Bank.
F R E D S T O F F E L , President.
F R A N K G R O H , Cashier.
L O U IS H . K E L L E R , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
H.
A . Gloudem ann,
W m . Fountain,
Lew is C. W elchm an,
Louis K eller,
F red Stoffel,
N ic k D ohr,
J. J. P la n k ,
G eo. S ch ie d e rm ay e r,
F r a n k Groh.
E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 1, 1912.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in debtedn ess,
w ar
sa v in g - c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue from , oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
h o u se ...............................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n ts ..........

$ 2 3 4 ,6 0 7 03
687 78

T o ta l ........................

$ 3 3 8 ,7 8 5 43

2 9 ,8 8 5 30

1 7 ,7 4 3 08
1 2 ,4 6 3 14
9 ,5 8 4 93
9 ,4 8 7 02
6 ,4 7 4 34

C a p ita l sto c k p aid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U nd ivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . . ..........
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted ...........................
B ills p a y a b le .................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,6 2 3 80
27 00
1 3 2 ,7 7 0 73
8 0 ,6 3 7 02
4 7 ,5 2 6 88
8 ,7 0 0 00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00

297 17
7 ,5 3 4 34
627 50
851 ,40
8 ,2 1 7 00
325 40
T o ta l ...............$ 3 3 8 ,7 8 5 43

Arcadia— Bank of Arcadia.
E M IL M A U R E R , President.
O. B . S T R O U S E , Cashier.
J O H N C. G A V E N E Y , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
E m il M aurer,
John C. Gaveney,
O.
B. S tro u se,
J. I. Dew ey,
Geo. S ch m id t,
. G. N . Hidershide.
E S T A B L IS H E D J U N E 6, 1883.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 2, 1901.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1 9 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 4 5 8 ,0 8 5 02 C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
5 ,5 2 7 34 Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
oth e r b on d s .................
2 7 ,0 0 0 00
ta x e s paid ......................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
Individual deposits, sub­
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
je c t to c h e c k .................
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
9 8 ,8 9 3 38
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
p o sit ..................................
c u ritie s ...........................
1 ,2 0 0 00
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . . . .
8 ,7 5 0 00 S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C
a
sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
8 ,5 7 8 7 5 '
sta n d in g .........................
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
P
o
sta
l s a v in g s .................
se rve b a n k s ...................... 1 0 1 ,3 8 6
41I
T re a s u r y ce rtifica te s o f
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
d e p osit
and
lib e r ty
5 ,0 6 9 56
and cash it e m s ............
loan ....................................
Gold coin ...................... .. . .
125 00
S ilv e r coin . .........................
1 ,4 5 6 85
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ...................
7 ,5 8 1 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
501 71
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 7 2 4 ,1 5 5 02

T o ta l .........................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,6 8 8 92
2 ,3 0 0 00
1 2 0 ,1 5 2 11
4 6 0 ,0 8 9 43
6 4 ,8 5 0 17
4 ,5 4 3 94
633 67
1 2 ,3 9 6 78

$ 7 2 4 ,1 5 5 02

44

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Arcadia— Farmers State Bank.
J. A. P A L M E R , President.
R O B E R T A S H T O N , Vice President.

D A V I D G. W I E L A N D , C ashier.
JOS. F . D A N U S E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J- F- Danuser,
j . A . Palm er,
L. K . S trand,
A . C. Stielow,
M. N . Lehnerts.
R obert Ashton.
D.
G. W ie la n d ,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 15, 1913.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
R esou rces.

L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ,...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving" c e r tifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . . '
S to c k s an d oth er s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . ..........
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se . ...................... .. . .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e s ta m p s ............
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 2 7 ,2 2 9 65
7 ,8 5 9 72
1 0 5 ,0 0 0 00

3 5 ,0 0 0 00
‘

40 00
5 ,6 2 0 50
7 6 ,9 1 6 06

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...........
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s u n p a id ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .....................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g .........................

$ 4 0 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,2 5 0 00
2 ,6 3 7 81
275 00
1 7 7 ,7 63 53
4 5 7 ,0 5 6 42
5 7 ,7 0 4 51
2 9 ,5 0 7

60

,4,556 36
1 ,0 5 0 72
2 ,1 4 7 50
l ’ 940 00

3 , 4 4 5 00
99 72
289 64
$ 7 7 1 ,1 9 4 87

T o ta l ........................

$ 7 7 1 ,1 9 4 87

Arena— The Arena State Bank.
T. G. C R E T N E T , President.
S. W . D A W S O N . Cashier.
W M . G. O R H T , V ic e P residen t.
E S T H E R W H I T T , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
T. G. Cretney,
W m . G. Orht,
J. T. Pauli,
S. W . Daw son.
Jam es Laughlin,
E S T A B L IS H E D

JANUARY

5, 1910.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1 9 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ............ ..
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
G old coin .........
S liv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 9 3 ,8 0 3 62
4 ,0 6 0 15

7,000

00

2 4 ,0 7 2 67
1 ,4 1 5 00
1 ,2 2 5 23

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
.................
S u rp lu s fu n d
U nd ivid ed p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .............

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0
00
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,2 2 2 46
7 1 ,1 0 6

67

8 8 ,2 0 6 76

3 9 ,1 1 8 73
’ l6 0 57
370 00

5 4 1 99

2 ,6 9 0 00
78 92
$ 1 7 4 ,5 3 5 89.

T o ta l

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

$ 1 7 4 ,5 3 5

89

45

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS

Argyle— Commercial State Bank.
R O B E R T P E A C O C K , P re sid e n t.
O. G. V IN G E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.

H . N. G R U B B S , C a sh ier.
F . C. M c Q U IL L A N , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. H . T h om p son ,
H . N. G ru b b s,
L . H . Poff,
H , F . H a w le y .

O. G. V in g e r ,
Jno. W o o d ,
R o b t. P eac o c k ,
Jno. M cG rath ,
E d. V in g e r ,

E S T A B L IS H E D

JULY

17, 1909.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
sav in g ' c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d re
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue from , o th e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash item s,............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ...................... ..
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 4 0 2 ,4 7 4 15
8 ,9 1 8 05

2 1 ,5 9 2 00
4 ,5 0 0 00
4 ,3 7 7 00
6 3 ,2 1 6 04
3 8 ,4 8 4 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d . . . . . .
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n sse and
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . .
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit ....................
S a v in g s d e p osits
O th er lia b ilitie s ,.

$ 1 6 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00

T o ta l ............

$ 5 5 2 ,2 1 9 85

1 ,6 4 4 42
2 1 9 ,8 1 9

11

3 0 2 ,9 4 1 12
6 ,7 9 3 01
22 19

689 76
130 00
1 ,7 7 1 85
5 ,6 1 6 00
322 00
129 00
$ 5 5 2 ,2 1 9 85

Argyle— State Bank of Argyle.
F . J. U R E N , P re sid e n t.
JOS. K E M P , V ic e P re sid e n t.
C. G. U ren ,
O la f I. P a u lso n ,

C. G. U R E N , C a sh ier.
G E O . W . Y O U N G , A s s t. C ash ier.
J. P. K u n d e rt,
J oseph K e m p .
. 1
E S T A B L I S H E D D E C E M B E R 2, 1895.
In c o rp o ra te d as a S ta te B a n k J u ly 11, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin . .........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..........................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . ' . . .
R e ve n u e sta m p s ..........

$ 2 8 8 ,5 0 2 41
408 26

T o ta l ........................

$ 4 5 9 ,8 3 5 04


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.

1 ,6 5 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
S u rp lu s fu n d ........... . . .
5 ,0 0 0 00
U n d ivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rren t expenses, and
ta x e s paid ......................
1 5 ,1 2 2 56
Individual deposits, sub­
1 2 1 ,7 5 2
65
je c t to c h e c k
D e m a n d c e rtifica tes o f
d e p o sit .............................
2 8 8 ,5 7 3 32
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . .
2 ,8 9 1 93
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................
1 ,4 9 4 58

2 0 ,1 0 0
3 ,0 0 0
2,5,40
2 ,3 0 0

00
00
00
00

6 2 ,2 0 6 26
6 5 ,0 0 5 61
546 91
627 50
1 ,2 1 4 05
1 1 ,5 9 6 00
94 08
43 96
T o ta l ........................

$ 4 5 9 ,8 3 5 04

46

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Arlington— Arlington State Bank.
G. M c M IL L A N , President.
A . C. ELLICK SOiM , V ice President,

J. W . D O O L E Y , C ashier.
A . C. E L L IC K S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
^ e^ 1illla,n'
W . H . Kroncke,
✓ V S-‘ ■^lllckson>
,
John Stevenson.
G. H . Dunlop,
E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 16, 1909.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S ta te,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar saving- c e rtifs.
an d t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ouse .,............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ...........
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
L ib e r ty loan a c c o u n t. .
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 4 1 ,0 1 2 81
508 90

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d . . ............
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............ ,. . . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
B ills p a y a b le ....................

1 2 ,5 0 0 00

1 2 ,2 5 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
508 00

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,3 4 2

66

,4 3 ,505 32
9 9 ,5 9 2 84
1 0 ,0 0 0 00

2 ,0 8 3 86
89 57
110 00
558 60
2 ,4 0 2 00
82 20
834 88
$ 1 7 4 ,9 4 0 82

T o ta l . ---------.._____

$ 1 7 4 ,9 4 0 82

Arnott— Arnott State Bank.
E.
J. C A R L E Y , P re sid e n t.
S. S. O R T H M A N , V ic e P r e s id e n t..
J. A . W B R A C H O W S K I , 2d V ic e P res.

w

-p

C O L L IN S , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
o' b a r le y ,
D. L. G ates,
9- As - O rth m an ,
W . F . C o llin s,
J. A W e r a c h o w s k i,
A n drew Y ok ers,
A r th u r R a y m o n d ,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 29, 1912.

Sr

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

Loans and d is c o u n ts ...
O v e r d r a f t s .....................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s ............ .
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash item s,............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h ou se ................................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ....................... .
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$121,201 97 C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
1 ,3 7 6

66

2 , ’490 00

1 5 ,8 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,2 0 0 00

S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . . .
T im e certifica tes o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,3 2 5 00
2 ,2 2 4 63
8 00
4 1 ,8 1 7 85
1 4 9 ,5 4 3

32

3 3 ,6 4 1 35
7 ,8 4 0 03
1 5 ,1 7 1 00
47 35
347 50
525 15
3 ,4 6 9 00
308 79
$ 2 0 4 ,9 1 8 80

T o ta l ........................

$ 2 0 4 ,9 1 8 80

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

47

Arpin— Dairym an’s State Bank.
C. E. B L O D G E T T , President.
J. T. H O L L A N D , V ic e P re sid e n t.

C H A S R . S E T Z K A R N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. E. Blodgett,
Chas. R . Setzkarn,

G uy O. Babcock,
J. T . H olland.

E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 6, 1914.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D u e fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
G old coin . .,........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 1 1 3 ,3 4 4 23

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 4 4 ,5 7 8 30

6 ,0 3 0 33
3 ,1 2 5 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
1 7 ,6 4 3 83
20 00
291 05

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p osit . . . ...........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,2 1 2 47
7 8 ,7 0 3 35
1 1 ,1 0 3 46
2 9 ,5 8 5 53
973 49

2,,474 00
149 86
T o ta l

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

$ 1 4 4 ,5 7 8 30

Ashippun— The Bank of Ashippun.
G U S T A V E M E IS S N E R , President.
G EO . A . W . G A U E R K E , V ice Pres.

John M aasch,
Gustave M eissner,
O. I. M . W ilh elm son ,

G E O . C O P IT H O R N . C a sh ier.
A L I C E C O P IT H O R N , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. A . W . Gauerke,
Geo. Copithorn.

E S T A B L I S H E D D E C E M B E R 7, 1912.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s . . . . . . . .
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D u e fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D u e fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U . S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .

$ 1 6 8 ,8 8 9 55
417 49

T o ta l ........................

$ 2 3 7 ,3 0 2 39


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

9 ,1 7 5 00

1 5 ,9 0 0 34
4 ,2 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d iv id e d profits, le s s ,
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit . .,............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,1 0 0 00
2 ,8 1 5

49’

5 8 ,3 1 0 49
158,0,41 41
35 00

2 3 ,9 4 1 17
8 ,6 5 2 72
154 80
1 ,0 3 5 00
203 05
2 ,6 4 0 00
93 27
T o ta l ........................

$ 2 3 7 ,3 0 2 39

48

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Ashland— Farmers and Merchants Bank.
F R E D E R IC K S O N , P re sid e n t.
R . B. W O O D W A R D , C ashier,
r . S C H L E C H T , V ice P re sid e n t.
j . D. P A T T E N G I E L , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
F re d E r ic k so n ,
J. V. W e n z e l,
F.
S ch lech t,
M . E. Dillon,
R.
B . W oodw ard,
P a u l B in s fe ld .
E S T A B L I S H E D M A Y 22, 191«.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r savingc e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
house ................................
G old coin ...............'. ...........
S ilv e r c o i n ..........................<
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ............
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
C o lle c tio n s ........................
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
C h ec k s and d r a fts in
tra n sit ...................
N e t e x p e n se s ....................
T o t a l ------ ' . ..............

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 4 3 2 ,7 5 6 62
1 ,0 2 9 65
1 2 ,0 5 0

00

2 2 ,4 3 6 94
2 ,5 4 0 64
1 4 ,4 8 9

90

1 ,0 8 8 95
1 4 ,0 6 5 43
2 ,5 2 0 00
2 ,3 8 9 25
4 ,7 1 0
737
36
58

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
1 2 ,5 0 0
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
2 2 ,2 0 1
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ........
18
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...
2 3 6 ,6 0 9
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
7 0 ,4 0 1
8 0 ,4 3 2
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C ertified c h e c k s ............
2
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
2 ,5 1 9
N o te s an d b ills r e d is ­
counted ................
2 5 ,0 0 0
B ills p a y a b le . . . . . . . . .
1 5 ,0 0 0

00
00
20
00
29
38
52
00
62
00
00

00
22
53
13

490 69
3 ,2 8 4 06
$ 5 1 4 ,6 8 4 01

T o ta l

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

$514,68,4 01

Athens— The Bank of Athens.
G E O . A. K R E U T Z N E R , P re sid e n t.
G EO . T . F U L M E R , Cashier.
F. A . L O N S D O R F , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. A . K re u tz n e r,
R e in h o ld P earsch ,
F . A . L onsdorf,
John B rau n ,
W m . L . Erbach,
A. C. R e itb ro c k .
A . M. Munes,
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 1, 1900.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...................... .. .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
O th er real e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p roved r e 's e r v e b a n k s .................
Due fro m o th e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o ta l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 6 7 ,7 2 3 88
4 ,0 3 3 23
4 ,9 0 0

00

8 7 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,0 2 5 00
1 0 ,2 3 1 90
2 5 ,7 5 5 45
1 8 ,4 4 3 92

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .....................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u t­
sta n d in g ....................... . .’

$ 4 2 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,4 0 0 00
1 1 ,6 2 7

51

2 2 6 ,3 9 6 97
1 2 6 ,2 6 9 09
1 0 0 ,5 7 0 -32
2 1 ,3 2 6 30

1 ,0 9 6 78
875 00
2 ,2 5 2 75
1 0 ,0 7 2 00
583 28
97 00
$ 5 3 6 ,5 9 0 19

T o ta l

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

$ 5 3 6 ,5 9 0 19

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

49

Auburndale— Aubum dale State Bank.
J. C. K I E F F E R , P re sid e n t.
F R E D S C H U L T Z , V ic e P re sid e n t.
R . A . C O N N O R , C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Fred Schultz,
F . W . Parks,
Jos. O. Berdan,
John M arkee,
George Schm idt,
Fred Braybeck,
W . Trend,
J. C. Kieffer.
N.
M. Berg,
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 17, 1910.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old coin ..............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ........................ . . .
N ic k e d and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o ta l

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

C a p ita l sto c k
paid i n . .
.............
S u rp lu s fu n d
1 4 ,2 0 0 00 U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid
.............
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . .
6 ,2 4 9 5,4
3 ,5 6 5 00 T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
2 ,6 0 0 00

$ 1 5 4 ,9 4 3 74

$ 1 3 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,7 2 2

41

9 2 ,4 9 0 81
1 2 1 ,9 6 4

62

5 0 ,0 4 2 57
‘

307 80
715 00
821 25
3 ,5 6 5 00
54 47
113 47

$ 2 3 7 ,1 7 7 84

T o ta l ........................

$ 2 3 7 ,1 7 7 84

Augusta— Augusta State Bank.
A. E. B R A D F O R D , President.
E. E . T H W I N G , C ash ier.
B. F . V O N B E R G , V ic e P re sid e n t.
S. E. L A M P M A N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
E . E. T hw ing,
B. F . V o n B e r g ,
E. M . B r a d fo rd ,
F . A . S cott.
A . E . B r a d fo rd ,
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 23, 1875.
Incorporated as a State B ank January 2, 1902.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts . . . ....................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s an d oth e r se R a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er re a l e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m an p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
house ................................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ...................... ............
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
V ic to r y lib e r ty n o t e s ..
T re a s. s a v in g s c e r tifs .
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 3 8 6 ,6 5 9 96
1 , 0 1 0 42
1 7 ,9 0 0 00

1 9 ,9 5 0 00
2 ,8 0 0
9 ,7 5 0
3 ,1 4 3
350

00
00
70
00

C a p ita l sto c k p aid -in. .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........

$ 4 0 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00

T o ta l ........................

$ 5 6 4 ,1 6 7 63

5 ,0 7 7 78
2 1 2 ,1 9 0 33
2 2 4 ,6 8 5 91
7 6 ,2 1 3 61

7 6 ,7 4 0 04
15,8,47 35
9 ,4 8 6 61
605 00
3 ,3 9 3 90
1 2 ,1 9 0
88
3 ,4 1 0
842

00
65
00
00

$ 5 6 4 ,1 6 7

63

50

R E P O R T OF TH E COM M ISSIONER OF B A N K IN G

Augusta— Peoples State Bank.
C H A S . N E W H O U S E , P re sid e n t.
R. W . B O W E N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

R . H . W I E Z O R E K , C a sh ier.
S U S IE G. T H W I N G , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C has. L in z e y ,
R. W . Bow en,
F . H . R a n d a ll,

Chas. New house,
J. C. M ille r.

E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 30, 1915.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
an d cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ...................... ..

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 3 2 0 ,5 6 9 17
3 ,5 6 0 31

1 8 ,8 0 0 00
7 ,5 6 7 37
4 ,7 6 1 82
1 8 ,7 8 9 94
2 ,7 4 2 75
’ 850 00

C a p ital sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d . .................
U ndivided p rofits, le s s
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g .........................

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,5 1 2 32
1 4 4 ,3 4 8 39
1 2 3 ,7 1 6 54
6 7 ,5 0 5 41
1 0 ,0 0 9

64

4 6 3 25

2 ,9 2 4 00
63 69
$ 3 8 1 ,0 9 2 30

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

$ 3 8 1 ,0 9 2 30

Avoca— Avoca State Bank.
D A N I E L B O H A N , P re sid e n t.
J O H N B. E A G A N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

Daniel Bohan,
John B. E ag an ,
L . B. Ruka,

P. L . H U D S O N , C ash ier.
C. B. .D A V E N P O R T , A s s t. C a sh ie r.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. P. Hudson,
P. L . Hudson.

E S T A B L IS H E D

O C T O B E R 8, 1907.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p roved re se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m o th e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ..........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 7 2 ,8 1 5 17
1 ,0 6 7 98

1 4 ,8 6 6 40
1 ,9 8 9 69
4 4 ,4 3 0 42
166 53
69 91
160 00
485 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n ..
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ............ .
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p o sit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u tsta n d in g ........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,4 3 6 72
1 1 0 ,5 7 1 10
1 69
1 1 0 ,8 6 4 50
5 ,3 1 5

40

$ 2 4 2 ,1 8 9

41

6 ,0 4 2 00
96 31
$ 2 4 2 ,1 8 9

41

T o ta l

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

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS

51

Bagley— Bagley State Bank.
L . N E W M A N , President.
F. H . M IL L E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.

L. P. B E A R D S L E Y , C a sh ie r.
P. R . B R O D T , A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L . A . B eer,
L . P. Beardsley.

L . N ew m an,
Chas. J. Glass,
Fred H . Miller,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 27, 1905.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds ..................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d re se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 3 1 ,7 9 1 22
944 60
4 ,5 0 0 00

5 ,2 0 0 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
1 ,3 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..........
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t exp e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to ch eck . . . »
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p o sit ...................
T im e ce rtifica te s of d ep o sit ........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,9 6 3

07

8 4 ,6 8 9

65

478 i l
9 1 ,5 2 2 55

3 7 ,3 6 2 06
5 ,1 1 8 04
129 83
625 00
717 00
2 ,1 4 5 00
120 63
$ 1 9 1 ,1 5 3 38

T o ta l

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

$ 1 9 1 ,1 5 3 38

Baldwin— Security State Bank.
J O S E P H Y O E R G , President.
L . S N O E Y E N B O S , Cashier.
S.
S. H O L M E S , V ice President.
C A R L O. D A H L , A sst. Cashier.
C H A S . S E T T E R G R E N , 2nd V ice Pres.
D IR E C T O R S .
Joseph Y oerg,
L . Snoeyenbos,
W . E. W ebster,
Chas. Settergren,
S.
S. H olm es,
P e te r H a n se n .
Carl O. Dahl,
E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 13, 1906.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s .................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fr o m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ..............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 3 2 4 ,4 9 0 36
266 93

T o ta l ........................

$ 5 0 8 ,9 0 6 83


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3 5 ,8 8 1 25

4 8 ,1 0 1 50
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
6 3 ,0 8 1 65
2 2 ,9 5 0 56

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s u n p a id ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ........................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 2 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,9 1 7 29
20 00
1 3 9 ,2 9 2 27
3 1 7 ,1 0 7 21
4 ,6 5 2 61
6 ,4 1 7 ,45

2 ,1 4 8 50
1 ,4 9 5 00
548 80
6 ,3 9 1 00
51 28
T o ta l ........................

$ 5 0 8 ,9 0 6 83

REPORT

52

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Balsam Lake— Polk County Bank.
H A R R T D. B A K E R , President.
E. W . O V E R M A N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

W . R . P E T E R S O N , C ash ier.
N. P. S W A N S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Ir a H . P a r k ,
C. E. N elson ,
Ole. A . Stoen.

E. W . Overm an,
H a rry D. Baker,
John P e te rso n ,
John Davidson,

E S T A B E IS H E D J U N E 1, 1900.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u gu st 24, 1903.

S t a t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtificate s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e c u rities
...........................
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O ther real e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
an d cash i t e m s ............
Gold coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 2 2 ,9 4 9 95
733 72

1 5 ,9 5 0

00

900
4 ,9 2 7
1
528

00
00
00
41

C a p ita l s to c k paid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..........
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e ce rtifica te s oi d ep o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p osits .
o u tC a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s
sta n d in g ...............

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
-■
4 ,5 3 0

84

1 0 3 ,2 5 2 58
1 2 6 ,8 7 9
3 0 ,5 9 9

32
20

1 ,9 0 0 79

3 9 ,3 8 6 08
7 ,9 2 0 00
136 49
1 ,3 7 0 00
680 40
-

1 ,5 0 6 00
173 68

$ 2 9 7 ,1 6 2 73

T o ta l

$ 2 9 7 ,1 6 2 73

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

Bancroft— Bancroft State Bank.
A. W . M A N L E Y , President.
B U C H A N A N J O H N S O N , V ice Pres.

J E SSE L.

JU D D , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . W . M anley,
B u ch a n a n Johnson,
J esse L . Judd,
R obert I. Roseberry.
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 5, 1912.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0
Su rp lu s fu n d ...................
2 ,5 0 0
U n d iv id e d profits, le ss
4 ,0 0 0 00
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
1 ,7 4 9
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k
4 9 ,5 7 8
8 ,2 0 0 00 T im e c e rtifica tes of d e - .
2 ,0 0 0 00
p o sit ..................................
2 5 ,6 7 1
1 ,6 0 0 00 S a v in g s d e p osits . . . . .
857
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t1 9 ,7 5 4 SO ^ sta n d in g . ..................... .
773

$ 5 4 ,2 6 7 01
14 37

.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and c a sh i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

00
00
07
86
65
06
44

203 49
50 00
227 90
507 00
305 51
$ 9 1 ,1 3 0 08

T o ta l

$ 9 1 ,1 3 0 08

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

53

Bangor— Bangor State Bank.
L. J. R O B E R T S . President.
E. J. W I L E S , C ashier.
W
M P A G E . V ic e P re sid e n t.
E. A . M E R L O , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
F
. W c lf,
L. J. Roberts,
John Bedessem ,
L ee A. Sm ith,
J.
D. Vau ghan ,
O. W . Jones,
Jos. Foellm i,
Ellen E. Jones,
R obert Davis,
W . M. Page,
F ritz Schroeder.
Jos. R utz,
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 28, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ................. ..
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in debtedn ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
pnd cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin . ...............
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$36 6 ,6 1 9 41
899 38

T o ta l ........................

$ 5 2 8 ,9 4 6 49

2 4 ,5 0 0 00

35, 800 00
7, 500 00
7, 881 67
75, 169 73
1 , 279 02

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
D iv id e n d s u n p a id . . . . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica tes o f d e ­
p o sit ..............
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,6 5 8 31
3 ,2 7 4 29
10 00
72,5-57 49
4 1 9 ,3 4 6 40
100 00

2, 154 15
440 00
762 60
5, 867 00
73 53
T o ta l

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

$ 5 2 8 ,9 4 6 49

Bangor— Farmers State Bank.
IR A A . R IC H A R D S O N , President.
A D O L P H T O E P E L , Cashier.
A L F R E D M E N G E L , V ice President.
R . W . M E N G E L T , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Lud Christopherson,
Ira A. Richardson,
Peter Burback.
Alfred M engel,
R ichard Meinking,
John Brand.
R . M. Jones,
Adolph Bosshard,
J. G. H atz,
H u go H ussa,
E lm er F eak,
Otto Bosshard,
Joseph Gasper.
M . J. H u m p h r e y
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 7, 1910.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r - s e ­
c u ritie s ................... ..
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Due fro m oth er h a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
49
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ..........
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
00
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s o f
00
d e p osit .............................
00 S a v in g s d e p osits
00 B ond in te re s t a c c o u n t.

$374,471 82
3 ,5 0 0 23
7 1 ,8 8 4

2 0 ,7 5 0
2 ,4 5 0
3 ,0 0 0
2 ,9 8 7

$ 20,000

00

8, 000 00
4 ,2 9 9 94
80 00

9 1 ,5 7 4 95
4 7 9 ,3 9 7 01
1 ,9 2 0 42
679 02

6 7 ,6 5 4 83
2 9 ,9 8 2 56
2 3 ,8 4 1 51
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,4 4 1 95
2 ,7 8 7 00
199 95
$ 6 0 5 ,9 5 1 34

T o ta l

$ 6 0 5 ,9 5 1 34

54

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Baraboo— Bank of Baraboo.
J. V A N O R D E N , President.

H . Grotophorst,
J. V a n Orden,
T. F . R is le y ,

L . S. V A N O R D E N , C a sh ier.
A . W . M E L Z L , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D U A N E P E C K , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
E. P. M cFetridge,
J. B. D on o van ,
F r a n k M o rle y .

E S T A B L I S H E D A P R IL , 1873.
Incorporated as a State B ank Decem ber 11, 1880.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s ....
F e d e ra l r e se rv e b a n k
sto c k ..................................
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ...........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 7 9 4 ,3 1 3 73
1 ,2 0 6 73
3 8 7 ,4 1 8 35

6 6 ,0 8 2 40
4 ,5 0 0
8 ,0 0 0

00
00

6 1 8 ,5 8 2 30
4 ,4 4 3 35
6 ,6 1 5 00
2 ,4 8 0 00
2 8 ,2 6 3
2 ,2 2 0

00
64

T o ta l .........................$ 1 ,9 2 4 ,1 2 5 50

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d iv id e d profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
2 9 ,8 2 4
ta x e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
6 0 ,3 2 1
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...
635,,477
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p o sit ..............................
5 ,7 2 7
T im e certifica tes o f d e ­
p o sit . . . ...........................
6 3 5 ,0 3 1
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
3 7 4 ,0 3 8
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
1 5 ,9 4 6
R e se rv e d fo r ta x e s and
in te re s t ...........................
5 ,5 0 0
D e p re c ia tio n ac c o u n t . .
1 2 ,2 5 8

T o ta l ........................ $ 1 ,9 2 4 ,1 2 5

00
00
17
71
26
33
61
52
90
00
00

50

Baraboo— Farmers and Merchants Bank.
G EO. C. A S T L E , President.
W I L B E R C A H O O N , V ice President.
Geo. C. A stle,
W ilb e r Cahoon,
D aniel R uggles,
A rth ur Judevine,
O. L. G ust,

O. L. G U S T , C a sh ier.
E. P. S T E IN B R IN C K , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Ed. M. D o ll,
W m . H . Coflish,
W . F . N uzum ,
W m . G. Beecroft.
E S T A B L I S H E D M A Y 1, 1917.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
an d
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
Due fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ............ ..................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 7 7 ,4 1 3 21
69 38
1 2 ,4 1 7 50

1 5 ,2 5 0 00
1 0 ,8 6 2 86
4 ,1 9 3 14

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
C o n tin g e n t fu n d ............
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ....................'.............
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . .
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,1 2 6 40
7 4 ,8 7 2 45
9 0 ,8 0 6 86
2 4 ,0 5 4 29
1 ,8 2 1 70

1 3 ,4 4 1 77
1 ,6 4 3 26
180 00
2 ,0 7 8 00
7 ,8 9 4 00
238 58
$ 2 4 5 ,6 8 1 70

T o ta l

$ 2 4 5 ,6 8 1 70

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

55

Bam eveld— Barneveld State Bank.
J E R O M E J. J O N E S, President.

A N T O N S. A R N E S O N , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

Jerome J. Jones,
Ed. W illiam s,

A nton S. Arneson.

E S T A B L IS H E D J U N E 1, 1896.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 24, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house . . . . . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s .................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..............
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 4 2 8 ,2 6 6 48
181 75

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

$ 7 2 8 ,7 5 7 82

T o ta l

9 4 ,0 0 0 00

1 4 ,3 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits,, less
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit .............................
U n earn ed in te re s t c o l­
le c te d ................. ,.............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,6 5 4 26
2 4 2 ,7 5 0 42
4 6 3 ,4 1 1 45
1 ,9 4 1 69

1 7 9 ,7 4 5 85
1 ,8 4 5 00
496 00
3 ,2 7 1 00
151 74
T o ta l ........................

$ 7 2 8 ,7 5 7 82

Barron— Bank of Barron.
T.
W . B O R U M , President.
G E O . R . B O R U M , C a sh ier.
C.
J. B O R U M . V ice President.
F . E. V A N S IC K L E , A s s t. C a sh ier.
J. H . CO E, 2nd V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
De W itt Post,
J. H . Coe,
J. E. Bowen.
C. J. Borum ,
Clarence C. Coe,
T. W . Borum .
Geo. R. Borum ,
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R , 1885.
Incorporated as a State B ank M arch 14, 1887.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtificate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e c u r i t i e s .............................
B a n k in g house ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
h o u se ................................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 5 8 0 ,7 4 2 28
596 32
1 7 ,4 0 0 00

1 ,4 3 9

95

1 ,2 0 0 00
9 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
7 8 ,4 4 5 83

L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica tes o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................
P o s ta l s a v in g s ...............

$ 3 5 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,1 2 5 41
1 4 ,6 5 1 07
2 3 4 ,1 9 2

50

3 2 5 ,9 6 9 86
6 7 ,8 0 5 77
1 4 ,9 0 1 99
15 3 S

185 08
116 50
125 00
2 ,1 0 8 75

'

1 3 ,1 8 5 00
117 27
$ 7 0 6 ,6 6 1 98

T o ta l

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

$ 7 0 6 ,6 6 1 98

56

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Barron— The Normanna Savings Bank
P. A . M O E , President.
N.
M. R O C K M A N , Vice President.

J. C. R O C K M A N , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P. A . Moe,
Gilbert I. Moe,

N . M. R ockm an,
J. C. Rockm an.

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 4, 1894.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 18, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds ..................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e cu ritie s .............................
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d r e se rve b a n k s ............ .. .
Due fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
Go^d c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 9 0 ,9 5 7 61
556 69
1 ,0 0 0 00

4 5 ,5 9 0

65

200 00
1 ,6 7 1 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ............ .. .
T im e c ertifica tes of d e p o sit ............ .....................
Savings? d e p osits
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................

$ 1 2 ,0 0 0 00
1 2 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,2 7 1 4 7
1 1 6 ,2 8 4

60

2 3 2 ,5 6 0 73
4 1 ,2 3 7 54
8 ,1 3 5

61

$ 4 3 1 ,4 8 9

95

8 0 ,3 7 0 26
3 ,0 1 1 09
227 13
1 ,8 2 7 50
1 ,3 4 4 90
4 ,7 3 0 00
3 12
$ 4 3 1 ,4 8 9 95

T o ta l ........................

Barronett— Barronett State Bank
M A R T I N P E T E R S E N , P resid en t.
ED . A N D E R S O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

Ed. Anderson,
J. H . A n d e rso n ,

j.

H.

D IR E C T O R S .
M artin

AN DERSON,

C ash ier.

P ete rse n .

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 11. 1916.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

T o ta l . . . . ...............


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 4 8 ,8 2 1 44
997 63

C a p ita l sto c k paid
in ..
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k
43,,454
80
T im e certifica tes o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
1 8 ,9 5 9 24
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u t­
3 ,9 4 4 12
sta n d in g ...........................
In tere st receiv ed
1 ,8 7 2 51
E x c h a n g e receiv ed
....
266 54

284 81
2 ,7 3 2 00
1 ,5 4 4 94
1 8 ,5 4 1 57

.

.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
saving' c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e h a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
S ilv e r c o i n ......
799
IT. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and ce n ts
...
E x p e n se ac c o u n t ............
In te r e st paid ...................

554 85
70
1 ,2 9 7
77
1 ,9 7 3
872

00
59
18
50

$ 7 8 ,4 9 7 21

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

$ 7 8 ,4 9 7 21

R E PO R TS OP STATE BANKS

57

Barton— Barton State Bank.
F R A N K M U E L L E R , President.
J O H N J A N S E N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

P E T E R C. W O L F , C ashier.
C. C. K I R C H E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F rank M ueller,
Ben W o o g ,
John H a n d k e ,
Geo. Hirschboeck,
A . J. K apfer,

M ath. Thull,
J. P. Stockhausen,
John Jansen,
D r. S. S. D rie ssel.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 30, 1915.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving' c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
h o u se ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y -..................................
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s ..........
L ib e r ty bond p a y m e n ts
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 1 4 ,2 4 5 92
1 1 8 ,6 2 5

52

2 2 ,2 3 0 31
2 ,6 8 9 00
3 ,3 2 3 96
6 9 ,7 3 4 06
221 44
442 '50
119 15

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . ,
S u rp lu s fu n d ............ .. . .
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s u n p a id ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s
o u t­
sta n d in g ........................ .

$ 1 6 ,0 0 0 00

6 , 0 0 0 00
5 ,8 8 4 57
75 00
1 1 9 ,8 6 9 64
2 3 5 ,6 0 2 85
4 4 ,9 5 1 00
1 2 ,3 8 5 94

3 ,2 1 1 00
100 34
5 ,8 2 5 80
$ 4 4 0 ,7 6 9 00

$ 4 4 0 ,7 6 9 00

T o ta l

Bay City— Bay City State Bank.
A . A . M A N F R E D , President.
J. P. G R O F F , V ic e P re sid e n t.

J. A . N E L S O N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. A . M anfred,
J. P. Groff,
P au l H a rte n b a c h ,
L e slie S p rig g le .
J. A.. Nelson
’ E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 25, 1917.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ................. ..
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and t h r ift s ta m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er re al e sta te ow ned
Due fro m ap p rove d re se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .......... •..................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 6 7 ,0 2 6 91
108 36

4 ,5 4 0 76
3 ,2 4 5 00
2 ,5 2 0 00
8 ,8 6 1 85
66 19
115 00
1 ,0 8 2 25

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..........
U n d ivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e ce rtifica te s ol d ep o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p osits .
o u tC a sh ie r’ s ch eck s
s t a n d i n g .................
B ills p a y a b le ..........
W a r lo an d e p o s it. .

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
600 00
1 ,6 9 4

66

3 6 ,4 1 1 80
2 0 ,6 1 7 70
14,7-70 53
999 3 ö
3 ,0 0 0 00
973 27

1 ,2 8 2 00
194 00
25 00
$ 8 9 ,0 6 7 32

T o ta l ...............

$ 8 9 ,0 6 7 32

58

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Bear Creek— Citizens State Bank.
M.
C. T R A Y S E R , President.
L E V I C. L A R S O N , V ice President.

F . W . R A IS L E R . Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M. C. Trayser,
F . W . R aisler.
L evi C. Larson,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 3. 1904.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving- c e r tifs.
and th r if t s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D u e fr o m oth er b a n k s .
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
h o u se ................................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ................... .. .

$ 1 1 6 ,1 1 6 73
149 40
•
5 ,2 5 4 46
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,4 0 0 00
2 1 ,1 2 5 10
343 34

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ............
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C ash diffe re n ce ............

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
5 ,5 5 8 04
6 3 ,7 2 2 30
6 8 ,9 2 4 06
234 42
283 30

47 05
512 50
6,41 65
3 ,0 0 7 00
124 89
$ 1 5 1 ,2 2 2 12

T o ta l

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

$ 1 5 1 ,2 2 2 12

Beaver Dam— Farmers State Bank.
W M . B E R IG A N , P re sid e n t.
C. J. S C H O E N F E D D , V ice President.

W M . H . H A L L , C a sh ier.
H . C. R E C K N E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W n*. B e r ig a n ,
Antone K uckuk,
John Deniger,
C. J. Schoenfeld,
S.
P. K e il,
C. Starkweather,
O. R . Jones,
W m . H . H a ll.
L.
A . Briese.
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 20, 1911.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
« O v e r d r a fts ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s an d oth er s e cu ritie s .............................
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er re al e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 6 9 ,5 6 4 01
1 ,5 0 1 03
1 1 8 ,2 0 0 00

4 3 ,9 8 5

92

4 ,5 0 0 00
5 ,4 0 0 00
1 2 ,5 0 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n. .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Due to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..........-. . .
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
W a r loan d e p o sit a c co u n t ................................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00

T o ta l ........................

$ 6 8 7 ,9 9 0 20

9 ,0 2 5 77
3 ,0 5 0 35
1 9 4 ,5 0 3

64

2 8 2 ,5 8 0 38
1 3 8 ,6 2 4 92
6 ,2 0 5 14

1 1 0 ,4 5 2 86
5 ,6 1 6 31
1 ,2 0 2 95
150 00
2 ,1 9 0 90
1 2 ,3 5 5 00
371 22
$ 6 8 7 ,9 9 0 20

v

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS

59

Belgium— Belgium State Bank.
N IC H U B IN G , President.

F . J. W I T M E Y E R , Cashier
D IR E C T O R S .
M. J. H ubing,
P e te r Feicler.

N ic H ubing,
F.
J. W itm eyer,
J.
B. M a je ru s,
E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 16. 1912.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds ..............
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house . . . . . . .
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
an d cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin . . . ....................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

$ 1 5 9 ,7 6 2 01
29 62
4 2 ,0 2 7 50

4 ,9 1 5 20
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,7 9 2 75
1 4 ,4 1 1 84

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit ............
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
B ills p a y a b le . . . . . . . .

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 4 55
7 7 ,4 6 2 71
700 12
9 6 ,6 4 9 76
1 2 ,2 1 3 96
2 5 ,0 0 0 00

12 95
30 00
490 50
7 ,3 7 2 00
186 73
$ 2 3 8 ,0 3 1 10

T o ta l

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

$ 2 3 8 ,0 3 1 10

Belleville— Belleville State Bank.
D. S. S M IT H . President.
p A G E N IN , V ic e P re sid e n t.

C. B. M IN C H , Cashier,
M Y R T IE B . H A R M O N , A sst. Cashier.
R O B T . L U C H S IN G E R , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Fred Sauer,
J. H . Longhead,
Fred W ild ,
C. J. Dalrym ple.

D. S. Sm ith,
M arion F . R oss,
E dw ard F ritz,
M. O. T ollefson ,
P. A . Genin,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 2, 1901.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 5, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on d s, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...............*. . . .
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p a c c o u n t
T o ta l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 2 5 8 ,2 5 1 32
126 81
7 1 ,1 6 8 40

4 2 ,9 3 6 79
4 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
3 3 ,5 2 8 80
,440 76

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n. .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit .............................
S a v in g s d e p osits ............
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 1 ,2 4 9

48

1 8 8 ,3 4 7 52
1 8 8 ,9 9 8 62
1 1 ,5 2 1 25
994 74

21 85
5 ,9 0 8 51
570 00
811 70
6 ,1 2 8
00j
162 6 7 !
56 00
$ 4 2 6 ,1 1 1 61

T o ta l

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

$ 4 2 6 ,1 1 1 61

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REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Belleville— Citizens State Bank.
S. E. M IL L E R , P re sid e n t.
J. L. L Y L E , V ice P re sid e n t.

S. E. M ille r,
J. T. L y le ,
W . H . F e rg u so n ,
S. D. A ce,
W . H . O liver,

IV A N P. R U F F , C a sh ier.
I D A V O E G E L I, A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
E.
S. A ce,
O.
A . S cott,
O.
B. A ce,
John H o sk e n .

E S T A B L IS H E D

A U G U S T 10, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N ov e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r if t s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due fro m a p p r o v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
h ou se ................................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ........................ 3 ,2 1 6
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o ta l ............ ............

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 4 6 ,2 0 1 84
370 i6
2 0 ,5 0 0

00

4 4 ,2 8 3 88
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,9 8 3 00
9 1 ,8 3 9

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n. .
S u rp lu s fu n d ............
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d e p osit . . . . . . . . . . . . .
S a v in g s d e p osits ............

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

05

1 3 6 ,9 8 9

94

2 5 1 ,0 4 2 96
5 ,2 6 3 81

88

2 ,7 3 3 71
232 50
301 80
00
51 99
175 00
$ 4 1 5 ,8 8 9 76

T o ta l ........................

$ 4 1 5 ,8 8 9 76

Belmont— Belmont State Bank.
W . P. H U G H E S , President.
T.
J. K I L P A T R I C K , V ice President.

H . G. S T U B B E N D E C K , A sst. Cashier

D IR E C T O R S .
T. J. Kilpa,trick,
W m . W erfe lm a n ,
J. C. H ubenthal.

W . P. H ughes,
D.
L . Riechers,
John H untington,
R ichard Clayton,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 1, 1899.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds . : ............
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d re se rv e b a n k s ............. . .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T a x e s .....................................
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 9 7 ,0 6 4 93
2 ,6 0 7 39
1 3 ,8 9 8 29
3 ,2 3 2 28
1 ,6 8 7 60
19,,400 18
4 ,7 7 8 03
390 00
492 00
5 ,5 0 5 00
116 71
165 01
$ 2 4 9 ,3 3 7 42

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n. .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ................... ..
D u e to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........
N o te s and b ills re d is cou n ted ...........................

T o ta l

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

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,7 0 0 00
1 94
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
8 6 ,9 1 3

78

7 6 ,7 0 6 33
2 ,2 3 9 43
2 9 ,7 7 5

94

$ 2 4 9 ,3 3 7 42

R E PO R T S OF STATE BAN KS

61

Belmont— Farmers State Bank.
J. H . R IE C H E R S , President.
J. H . A L E X A N D E R . Vice President.

L. F. K U H N H E N N , Cashier.
T H O M A S G U G E R T Y , A sst. Cashier

D IR E C T O R S .
J. H . Riechers,
Frank T. Hinkins.
J. H . A lexander.
T. B. H uggins,
Thom as G ugerty,
Geo. H . R ie c h e rs.
W m . F. Doyle,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 9, 1909.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.

L iabilities.

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er real estate ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
D u e fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
an d c a sh it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
W a r s a v in g s ta m p s . . . .
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o ta l ........................

$ 3 5 1 ,4 1 5 94
1 ,9 2 1 28
1 8 ,7 5 0 00
2 ,2 4 5 75
3 ,0 5 3 43
4 9 ,7 4 9 20
2 5 ,0 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n. .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed profits, less.
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ..................................

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,2 8 4

80

2 4 2 ,9 5 7

41

1 8 3 ,2 0 3 57

335 09
75 00
1 ,3 2 1 30
6 ,3 9 0
41
39
108

00
57
22
00

$ 4 6 0 ,4 4 5 78

T o ta l

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

$ 4 6 0 ,4 4 5 78

Beloit— The Beloit State Bank.
H . A. V A N O V E N , President.
C.
H . P A L E Y , Vice President.
C. H . Paley,
•

W . J. B A K E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.
L. V . R E C K O R D , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H . A. V an Oven.
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 12, 1892.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 7 0 ,0 0 0
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts . . . $ 1 , 6 0 7 , 2 2 7 95 C a p ita l sto c k paid in . .
1 4 ,0 0 0
1 6 ,3 4 0 64 Su rplu s fu n d ...................
O v e r d r a f t s ........................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
oth er b on d s .................
1 7 1 ,2 3 2 66
ta x e s paid .....................
4 9 ,5 6 5
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
2 9 ,2 2 1
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
Individual deposits, sub­
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
je c t to c h e c k . . . .......... 1 ,2 1 5 ,8 9 9
an d th r ift s t a m p s . . .
2 1 6 ,4 4 9 00
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s of
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
d ep osit .............................
8 3 ,6 1 1
c u ritie s ................
9 ,8 3 7 25
B a n k in g house ...............
1 0 ,0 0 0 00 T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
9 1 ,2 3 2
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
4 ,5 0 0 00
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
1 0 ,0 0 0 00 S a v in g s d e p o sits .......... 1 ,0 2 8 ,7 9 1
C ertified ch e ck s ............
928
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
6 ,3 7 3
. 4 3 3 ,3 3 9 80 P o sta l s a v in g s .................
se rv e b a n k s ............
3 ,0 0 0
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
2 ,4 4 8 24 R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
1 3 ,0 7 0 16
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
h o u se ............................. .
1 1 ,4 6 4 92
G old coin ........................ . .
3 ,5 2 2 50
S ilv e r coin ............................
6 ,6 0 2 99
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ........... ......................
7 5 ,7 0 9 00
N ic k e ls and cents»..........
878 17
T o ta l ........................ $ 2 ,5 9 2 ,6 2 3


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28

T o ta l ...............! . . .$ 2 ,5 9 2 ,6 2 3

00
00
21
78
80
68
32
18
12
19
00

28

62

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Beloit— The L. C. Hyde & Brittan Bank.
C L A R A L. B R IT T A N , President.
E . S. G R E E N E , C a sh ier.
R. K . R O C K W E L L , Vice President.
E. A . L E F P I N G W E L L , A s s t. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
E.
S. Greene,
A . B . Rockwell,
C. L. Brittan, ■„
R. K . Rockwell.
E S T A B L I S H E D M A Y , 1854.
Incorporated as a State B ank M ay 9, 1899.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 5 7 3 ,3 1 6
O v e r d r a f t s ...................... ............... 3 ,8 7 5
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s ..............
3 4 8 ,3 9 5
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving' c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
1 6 0 ,3 3 4
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
1 5 ,0 0 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
4 ,0 0 0
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
2 4 8 ,7 5 1
se rve b a n k s .................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
house ................................
7 ,2 2 9
G old coin .......
6 ,8 2 0
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
2 ,5 2 5
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
2 9 ,8 2 2
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
283
T o ta l ........................ $ 1 ,4 0 0 ,3 5 3

39
86
15

83
00
00
50
00
00
80

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n. .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Due to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p o sit .............................
T im e c ertifica tes o f d e P osit ..................................
S a v in g s d ep osits ..........

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
*
1 8 ,5 7 4 57
1 2 ,0 0 5 01
4 9 9 ,8 2 6

55

2 5 0 ,3 1 6 75
'
1 9 7 ,8 2 2 94
3 6 1 ,8 0 7 88

00
17
70

T o ta l ........................ $ 1 ,4 0 0 ,3 5 3

70

Benton— The Benton State Bank. •
H . L . W I N S K E L L , President.
R. E. O R T O N , V ice President.

W . B. V A IL , C a sh ier.
R. A . C O U L T H A R T . Asst. Cashier.
J. D. S W I F T , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
R. E. W ilk inson ,
John G. Beck,
W . B. V ail.

R . E . Orton,
W . R. Buchan,
H . L. W inskell,
J. W . Hird,
E S T A B L I S H E D D E C E M B E R 3. 1894.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

D oans and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 3 7 4 ,0 8 3
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
1 ,3 3 4
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
1 3 9 ,9 0 1
U. S. b on d s,.U . S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
7 8 ,0 3 0
B a n k in g house ...............
9 ,2 5 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
3 ,8 0 0
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
1 3 1 ,0 7 3
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
291
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s . . . . . .
176
G old coin .............................
1,6,45
S ilv e r c o i n ................
1 ,5 7 1
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
9 ,4 7 5
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ...................
14 9
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
55
T o ta l

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


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L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n. .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, less
00
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta,xes paid ......................
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
43
je c t to c h e c k .................
00 D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
00
d ep osit ...........................
S a v in g s d e p osits . . . ! !
05 C ertified ch e ck s ............
64 B ills p a y a b le ...............! ’
44
97

$ 3 7 ,5 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 9 ,0 4 0 00
55 00
1 8 6 ,5 2 2 96
3 6 4 ,9 0 3
8 7 ,7 6 5
50
3 0 ,0 0 0

72
74
00
00

86
00
25
00
12
66

$ 7 5 0 ,8 3 7 42

C
T o ta l

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

$ 7 5 0 ,8 3 7 42

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS

63

Berlin— The Berlin State Bank.
W . G. B A B C O C K , President.
J.
C. C L IN K , V ice President.
Cyrus W . Allen,
John C. Clink,
C.
M . B oettge,

A L E X . W A W R Z Y N I A K , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . G. Babcock,
H . E. F risb ie ,
A le x . W a w r z y n ia k .

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 24, 1905.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue from a p p roved re se rve b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . : .
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 3 7 ,4 0 2 34
397 06
1 4 5 ,8 6 0 00

4 0 ,0 5 0 00
1 ,3 5 1 82
4 2 ,5 3 8 62
2 ,9 6 3 04
2 ,0 5 5 00
1 ,9 0 1 75
*
1 4 ,2 6 5 00
247 43

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..........
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
cu rren t e xp en ses and
ta x e s paid ............
D iv id e n d s unpaid .
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e p o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits .
C ertified ch e ck s . .
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s
o u ts t a n d i n g .................

$ 5 8 9 ,0 3 2 06

T o ta l

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

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,1 0 8 67
15 00
1 2 1 ,9 4 2 79
1 1 0 ,8 7 5 45
2 8 1 ,4 8 1 35
13 16
5 ,5 9 5 64

$ 5 8 9 ,0 3 2 06

Big Bend— Big Bend State Bank.
C. R. G U T H R IE . P re sid e n t.
V.
J. S T IC K N E Y , V ic e P re sid e n t.

F.

E. N E V IN S , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. R . G u th rie.
V . J. S tick n ey ,
C. W . R o se ,
W . C. H e n ze .

W . C. H a w le y ,
M. S. H a n so n ,
H. W . F ra s e r .

E S T A B L IS H E D

J A N U A R Y 28. 1918.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds. U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y . . . .
....................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
3rd, 4th and 5th lib e r ty
lo a n s ............................
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 7 9 ,2 4 2 51
348 42
6 6 ,7 9 8 75

1 2 ,3 2 2 42
3 ,6 0 0 00
1,'900 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
................
Su rplu s fu n d
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit ................'............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0
00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,8 3 0 70
5 2 ,3 2 9

35

1 1 2 ,7 1 3 83

1 2 ,1 7 5 54
328 82
529 85
4 , O il 00
47 12
2 ,5 6 9

45

$ 1 8 3 ,8 7 3 88

T o ta l

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

$ 1 8 3 ,8 7 3 88

64

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Big Falls— Big Falls State Bank.
A.
G. A R N D T , P re sid e n t.
G E O : L O M B A R D , V ice P residen t.

A . G. A rn d t.
Geo. L o m b a rd ,
O. H. Lien,
J. E. R y a n ,

E. H .

W ESTGOR.

C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R . M . H a n so n .
E. H . W e s t g o r ,
A d o lp h H a n so n .

E S T A B L IS H E D

DECEM BER

26, 1917.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
B a n k in g h o u se ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
P<ue fro m ap p roved r e se rve b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G o ’ d coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren cy ..................................
Nic.ke’ s and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$,40,322 03
554 58
1 ,9 5 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
817 03
5 ,0 4 1 25

C a p ita l sto c k p aid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ....................................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,1 0 0 00
524 26
1 5 ,7 6 6

51

2 6 ,8 7 0

18

2 ,8 1 7 16
95 00
525 60
1 ,034 00
104 3 0
$ 5 4 ,2 6 0 95

T o ta l

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

$ 5 4 ,2 6 0 95

Birchwood— Birchwood State Bank.
A N T H O N Y W I S E . President.
H A R R Y S. L O C K W O O D . V ic e P res.
C L A R E N C E E. W I S E , 2nd V ice Pres.

'

S. N W I S E . C ashier.
L. T. W E E K S , A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Anthony W ise ,
Frank N ew bv.
S. N. W is e ,

H a r r y S. L o c k w o o d ,
C laren ce E. W is e ,
L. T. W e e k s .
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 25. 1914.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ...........................
U. S. b on ds. U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. R. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s . . . . . .
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 7 2 ,4 9 0 47
186 97

4 ,7 8 6 62
2 ,7 5 0 00
2 ,2 7 2 12
1 3 ,8 1 5 59
151 60
205 00
518 15

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
1 ,5 0 0
U n d ivid e d p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ....................................1 ,1 7 6
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
1 0 ,0 0 0
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
5 0 ,5 3 6
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
2 1 ,6 9 8
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
1 ,8 8 6
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s
o u t­
sta n d in g . . . . .................
2 ,5 5 8

00
00
71
00
32
01
70
96

2 ,1 0 2 00
68 18
10 00
$ 9 9 ,3 5 6 70

T o ta l

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

$ 9 9 ,3 5 6 70

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS

65

Birchwood— Citizens State Bank.
JOS. W . D E K E Y S E R , P re sid e n t.
W . E. T W E T T E N , C ash ier;
P. M. W H I T E , V ice P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
John L . H a n e y ,
Jas. A . M orey ,
P.
M . W h ite ,
W . E. T w e tte n .
Jos. W . De K e y s e r ,
E S T A B L I S H E D M A Y 7, 1919.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R e s o u rc e * ).

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m o th e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin ..............
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
-U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y .............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s . . . . . .
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 1 ,5 0 5 68
35 95

950 00
4 ,1 2 5 00
3 ,2 9 0 00
-

8 ,9 0 3 09
3 ,8 8 8 97
® 331 64
125 00
333 05

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ..........
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e ce rtifica te s of d ep o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits .
C a sh ie r’ s ch eck s
o u ts t a n d i n g .................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
225 97
2 3 ,9 2 7 68
3 2 ,8 0 7 80
2 ,9 3 7 23
19 20

2 ,3 4 4 00
,48 50
37 00
$ 7 5 ,9 1 7 88

T o ta l ........................

$ 7 5 ,9 1 7 88

Birnamwood— 1
The Bank of Birnamwood.
J. H . V A N D O R E N , President.
JOS. R U N D H A M M E R , V ice Pres.
J. H . V a n Doren,
D. W . V a n D oren ,
Jos. R u n d h a m m e r,

D. W . V A N D O R E N , Cashier.
J O H N P E R R A R , A s s t. C a sh ie r.

D IR E C T O R S .
F . W . De W itt,
A . M. D u e sch e r.

E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 1, 1900.
In c o rp o ra te d as a S ta te B a n k A u g u s t 15, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...................... ,. .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds ..................
U. S. b on ds. U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
Fu.rniture and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p roved rer
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin : ........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 7 3 ,4 6 8 30
47 73
1 ,0 0 0 00

5.3,850 00
1 ,1 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d
.................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ............................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0
00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 3 ,7 3 9

73

1 2 4 ,4 6 2 37
1 6 5 ,6 0 0 91

5 7 ,9 4 4 14
2 7 ,2 2 0 74
24 05
2 ,5 2 0 00
607 95
5 ,7 3 5 00
285 10
$ 3 2 3 ,8 0 3 01

T o ta l

$ 3 2 3 ,8 0 3 01

66

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Black Creek— Bank of Black Creek.
W M . S T R A S S B U R G E R , President.
P E T E R R Y S E R , Vice President.

G. H . P E T E R S , C a sh ier.
I D A P E T E R S , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
'
W m . Strassburger,
G. H . P e te rs.

Chas. H agen,
B. J. Zuehlke,
P e te r R y se r,

E S T A B L I S H E D D E C E M B E R 28, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 15)11).
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
Ranking* house ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y . ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R even u e sta m p s ............
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 1 2 ,3 0 4 78
1 ,1 3 0 33
1 5 ,5 1 5 00

4 0 ,3 6 7 11
6 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
8 7 ,9 3 3

C a p ita l s to c k p aid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ................. . .
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,7 0 0 00
2 ,4 3 5

60

9 5 ,0 6 4 40
3 3 5 ,2 3 6 58
17 ! 199 59

41

3 ,7 1 8 24
1,2,40 00
46 90
7 ,2 7 9 00
46 94
54 46
$ 4 7 7 ,6 3 6 17

T o ta l ........................

$ 4 7 7 ,6 3 6 17

Black Earth— Black Earth State Bank.
G.
W . P A R K E R . President.
J O H N A . W A R D , V ice President.

TVER S IM L E Y . Cashier.
O L A P H A G E N E , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. A. Mickkelson,
G. W . Parker.

John A. W a rd ,
Iver Sim ley,
M. A. Mickelson,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 10, 190 4.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtificate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ouse ............ ..
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fr o m a p p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
Gold coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 6 6 ,0 9 6 07
107 26
4 4 ,6 5 7 50

1 8 ,0 9 4 00
1 ,8 0 0 00
1, 800 00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided p ro fits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ................... ..
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p osit .............................
‘ C ertified c h e c k s ............

$ 1 2 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
1 2 ,8 7 8

51

1 5 1 ,4 8 5

01

2 2 6 ,0 5 9 13
15 00

6 5 ,1 9 8 77
1 ,435 00
996 30
5 ,5 6 5 00
187 75
$ 4 0 5 ,9 3 7 65

T o ta l

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

$ 4 0 5 ,9 3 7 65

R E PO R TS OF STATE BANKS

67

Black Hawk— Black Hawk State Bank.
. (P . O. Spring G reen.)
A. T. S P R E C H E R , President.
L. R. S P R E C H E R , C ash ier.
J O H N R IE S E R , V ice President.
B E R N IC E S C H IE S S , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . T . Sprecher,
W illia m H a sh id e r,
John Rieser,
John Schiess,
W . F. Schaefer,
Geo. L . Schneller.
E. V. A ccola,
E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 31, 191,4.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L oans and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n icip al
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G o ’ d coin .............................
S ilver c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 8 9 ,9 6 8 23
309 18
1 9 ,9 1 0 00

5 ,0 8 9 70
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
2 5 ,4 0 9 64

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid '......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..............
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s
o u t­
s ta n d in g ..........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
1 ,3 6 3

82

3 5 ,1 9 7

46

9 9 ,8 5 9 31
1 ,9 9 1 32
1 ,0 3 3

56

88 82
960 00
427 90
3‘, 639 00
143 00
$ 1 4 9 ,9 4 5 47

T o ta l

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

$ 1 4 9 ,9 4 5 47 '

Black River Falls— Jackson County Bank.
B. L. V A N G O R D E N , President.
J O H N H . M IL L S , Cashier.
F. E. T A N N E R . Vice President.
W . H . J O N E S , A sst. Cashier.
R U F U S A . J O N E S, 2nd Vice President
A N N A O L S O N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
S. H . V an Gorden,
J. H . M ills,
Geo. F. Cooper,
B . L. V an Gorden,
F . G. W arren ,
E. A . H om stad,
F . E. Tanner.
R. A. Jones.
P. J. Hoffm an.
Sam uel bund.
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 11, 1877

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919
R esou rces.

D oans and d i s c o p n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O ther real e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue from oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
Hold coin .......................... .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ...........
C u sto m e r s lib e r ty loan
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 2 9 ,3 5 7 03
2 ,9 4 8 14
3 1 ,9 1 0 00

2 2 ,2 0 0
1 0 ,0 0 0
3 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 1 9

00
00
00
46

8 7 ,7 8 7 71
2 5 ,7 4 7 6C

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
$ 3 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
1 0 ,0 0 0
U n d ivid e d p ro fits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid . ....................
1 9 ,2 9 1
D ue to b a n k s— d e p o sits
1 6 ,5 1 9
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
2 1 4 ,7 2 9
T im e c e rtifica te s of d e­
p o sit .......................................... 4 3 6 ,1 9 8
3 ,4 3 1
C ertified c h e c k s ............
P o sta l s a v in g s .................

00
00
09
76
78
91
55
85

1 ,0 9 4 77
750 00
2 ,3 1 4 25
9 ,8 1 9
139
7
2 ,0 7 6

75
73
50
00

$ 7 3 0 ,1 7 1 o l

T o ta l

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

$ 7 3 0 ,1 7 1 94

68

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Blair— The Home Bank of Blair.
O. B. B O R S H E IM , President.
G.
L. S O L B E R G , V ice President.

J. B. H a lla n g e r ,
J. M cK ivergin,
P. G. H anson,

G. L. H J E R L E I D , C a sh ier.
E L V I D A H . 'E L L A N D , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
O. B . Borsheim ,
K . S. K nutson,
G. L. Solberg.

E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 7, 1899.
Incorporated as a State B ank M arch 20, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
• G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n .....................
IT. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

$ 6 4 1 ,3 5 3 77
9 ,0 4 2 40

4 1 ,2 5 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
9 5 ,6 4 8 43
5 ,5 4 7 20

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k -................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s ............

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 0 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,9 3 4 83
1 3 5 ,7 6 4 85
5 4 8 ,7 5 5 39
6 0 ,2 4 0 94
5 ,3 9 5 09

312 42
120 00
1 ,2 2 7 50
1 1 ,9 1 8 00
171 38
T o ta l ........................

$ 8 1 0 ,0 9 1 10

$ 8 1 0 ,0 9 1 10

Blanchardville— Union State Bank.
O R OLSON, P re sid e n t.
E. I. S T E E N S L A N D , V ic e P re sid e n t.

E. R . J A C K S O N , Cashier.
M A B E L J A C K S O N , A s s t.

C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Jas. A. B lanchard,
O. R. Olson.
A n to n e A . N y b ro te n .

H . Bolierud.
E. I. Steensland,
E. R egez, Sr.,
Thos. Cleary,
E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 14. 1891.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 5, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
O ther real e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s . . .............
D u e fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin . . . ......................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
IT S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

$ 7 4 4 ,1 7 4 99
6 ,9 3 4 88

9 ,6 5 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
6 7 ,9 2 1 74
4 ,0 5 3 09
6 ,5 4 0
2 ,9 0 5
2 ,1 3 5

37
00
05

3 ,7 2 8 00
406 97
$ 8 5 8 ,4 5 0 09

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
D iv id e n d s un p a id ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d c e rtifica te s of
d e p o sit .............................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted .........
T o ta l

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

$ 5 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 1 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,0 8 1 92
64 00
3 4 3 ,9 3 6 91
3 3 3 ,1 2 8 69
100 00
1 0 ,0 9 6 02
4 ,0 7 4

05

9 2 ,9 6 8 50
$ 8 5 8 ,4 5 0 09

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

69

Bloomer— Bank of Bloomer.
A.
T . N E W M A N , President.
W M . L A R S O N , Vice President.
W m . L arson,
O. A . Abraham son,
L.
M. N ew m an,

E D . K R A N Z F E L D E R , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Thurfln Thom pson,
A . T. N ew m an.

E S T A B L I S H E D 1882.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 15, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
Ll i a b i l i t i e s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...................... ... .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. b on d s, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r if t s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . . .
C h ec k s oh oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
house ................................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
S a fe ty d e p osit b o x e s . .
T o ta l

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

$ 4 7 9 ,3 4 4 02
1 6 ,4 1 4 54
3 6 ,5 9 6 90

4 7 ,3 0 0 00
4 ,2 0 0 00
2 ,1 2 5 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ............................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . .
V ic to r y lo an ......................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,7 5 0 00
5 ,1 6 3 87
1 6 8 ,0 2 4 04
5 5 7 ,4 3 2 92
820 32

200 00

1 4 8 ,0 2 7 19
5 ,2 3 5 19
3 ,0 7 9 77
2 ,9 4 2 50
1 ,6 6 7 85
1 1 ,2 5 6
19
100
82

V

00
32
00
87

$ 7 5 8 ,3 9 1 1.5

T o ta l

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

Bloomer— People’s State Bank of Bloomer.
F. H . C U T T IN G . President.
W . E. K I T C H ,
C H A S . A L B R E C H T , Vice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
F . H . Cutting,
O. F . S telter,
Chas. Albrecht,
A . J. M artin.
C. H ansen,
H en ry P. W ern er, Jr.
J. A . M orrison,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 6, 1912.

C a sh ier.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed p ro fits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
2 5 ,6 9 8 35
ta x e s paid . . . ...............
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to. c h e c k .................
1 9 ,9 9 0 00 T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ................. ................
1 ,8 0 0 00 S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth er s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .........., . .
D u e fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash item s .............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s . . . . .
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............

$ 3 0 3 ,0 8 4 61
1 2 ,1 6 1 17

T o ta l ........................

$ 5 7 2 ,2 5 0 07


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 10, 000

00

2 ,0 9 4

82

4 ,9 2 4

54

1 6 6 ,8 5 1 26
3 7 0 ,4 1 2 54
1 7 ,9 6 6 91

2, 000 00
3 ,0 8 6 52
1 9 2 ,3 3 0 59
298 26
1 ,1 0 3 77
445 00
4 ,3 4 8 30
5 ,5 3 2 00
318 64
52 86
T o ta l .........................

$ 5 7 2 ,2 5 0 07

70

REPORT

OP THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Bloomington— The Blooming-ton State Bank.
W I L L M O R R IS S E Y , President.
A.
C. T U B B S , Vice President.

S. E. P E A R S O N , Cashier.
A. E. B U D A L IN , A sst. Cashlei
D IR E C T O R S .
Thos. Bailie,
S. E . Pearson,
,
C. W . Stone.

A.
C. Tubbs.
W ill M orrissey,
L.
M. Greer,
Bert G. Fennel,

E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 28, 1909.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
an d c a sh it e m s ............
G old coin ...........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..........................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 7 7 ,8 7 7 20
2 ,6 0 6 99

1 3 ,8 5 0 00
3 ,4 8 5 78
2 ,9 2 3 61
3 7 ,8 6 7 82

'

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid e d p ro fits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . .
T im e c e rtifica te s of d e ­
p o sit .............................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
2 ,5 1 8

03

7ff, 959 10
1 5 0 ,2 5 8 41

1 ,1 1 7 10
160 00
997 40
3 ,7 5 7 00
292 64

$ 2 4 4 ,9 3 5 54

T o ta l ........................

$ 2 4 4 ,9 3 5 54

Bloomington— The Woodhouse & Bartley Bank.
M. T . W O O D H O U S E , President.
L.
P. B A R T L E Y , V ice President.

L . P. B artley,
M. F . W oodhouse,

L. A. W O O D H O U S E , C a sh ier

D IR E C T O R S .
L. A . W oodhouse.
L. G. B a r tle y .

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 1, 1883.
Incorporated as a State Bank A u g u st 10, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. bonds,. U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
.N ick e ls an d c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 7 9 9 ,2 0 6 99
7 ,0 5 0 02
1 ,0 0 0

00

1 4 ,9 1 4 40
4 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,2 8 3 69
1 1 0 ,0 7 4 78
2 ,9 7 2 80
1 ,9 4 0 00
541 20

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d p ro fits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . ............
D e m a n d c e rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit ........................ . .
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .......................... ..
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
B ills p a y a b le ...................

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

5 2 5 ,5 8 2 95
1 5 ,6 3 8 59
1 0 0 ,0 0 0 00

T o ta l ...................... .

$ 9 4 9 ,8 3 3 47

1 0 ,5 7 4

89

2 6 1 ,0 3 7 04
7 ,0 0 0 00

4 ,8 3 2 00
17 59
$ 9 4 9 ,8 3 3 47

REPORTS

OF STATE

71

BANKS

Blue Mounds— Blue Mounds State Bank.
H.
C.

B. D A H L B , President.
M. A R N E S O N , V ice President.

PETER

BRACER,

C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . T h ou sa n d ,
E r ic Ben.

H . B. Dahle,
T . G. L ingard,
C.
M. Arneson,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 16, 1910.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ............. .............
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue from , oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
an d cash it e m s ............
G old coin ........................
S ilv e r c o i n ................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

$ 1 0 8 ,9 6 0 08
155 48

*

4 ,2 3 5 00
2 ,7 1 2 29
1 ,5 5 7 37
2 5 ,6 7 6 86
510 92
162 05
495 00
261 50

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U nd ivid ed p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid . . . . ............
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d c e rtifica te s of
d e p o sit .............................
T im e c e rtifica te s of d e ­
p o sit ...............................
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,7 0 0 00

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 4 8 ,5 2 1 75

742 59
5 0 ,3 2 0

02

4 0 ,5 6 0 33
3 7 ,7 6 6 71
1 ,4 3 2 14

3 ,6 3 9 00
156 20
$ 1 4 8 ,5 2 1 75

Blue River— Blue River State Bank.
J. R O B ’T C O U M B E , P re sid e n t.
J. S. P E T E R S , V ice President.

G. L . D O O L E Y , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .

W . R. Coumbe,

J. R ob’ t Coumbe.

J . S. Peters,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 7, 190 6.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D u e fro m a p p roved re se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y . . ..............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 1 8 3 ,2 2 4 51
511 57

T o ta l ........................

$33,4,548 59

f


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3 9 ,5 9 2 50
1 ,6 4 0 88
1 ,5 7 4 85
9 2 ,4 2 1 24
2 ,7 1 3 54
450 00
913 65

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..........
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e c e rtifica te s of d e p o sit ........................
C a sh ie r ’s ch e ck s o u ts t a n d i n g .................
O th er lia b ilitie s .

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,7 9 9

44

1 4 8 ,4 1 4

03

1 6 3 ,3 8 8

47

4 ,3 5 8 14
588 51

1 1 ,3 3 4 00
171 85
T o ta l

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

$ 3 3 4 ,5 4 8 59

72

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Bonduel— Bonduel State Bank.
C H R IS . B O N N IN , President.
E L M E R S P E N G L E R , V ice President.

R . C. W E N D T , C ashier.
J. F . Z U E H L S P O R T , A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Chris. Bonnin,
j 0hn Fink,
Chas. Zuehlke,
M ath. W agn er
E lm er Spengler,
j Ghn W estp hal.
R.
C. W endt,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 24, 1906.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 . 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving- c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ..........
T o ta l .........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 0 4 ,3 7 1 97
46 83
1 5 1 ,0 0 0 00

1 1 1 ,3 8 6 10
5 ,0 4 0 76
1 ,5 4 4 27

C a p ital s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ............
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit
S a v in g s d ep osits ...............

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,5 0 0 00
1 7 ,1 4 7 11
1 7 9 ,3 5 2 44
6 2 4 ,7 6 2 42
3 5 ,7 4 7 3 7

1 1 9 ,2 9 5 96
6 ,7 4 6 08
.

1 ,1 9 3 95
3 ,8 8 5 00
2 ,3 1 1 75
8 ,5 8 3 00
103 67

$9 1 5 ,5 0 9 34

T o ta l .........................

$9 1 5 ,5 0 9 34

Boscobel— Central State Bank.
* ^ ° N . S H 4 G B : President.
C. W . M E N K H A U S E N , Cashier.
J. C. B E T Z , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
T heo. K ro n s h a g e , Sr.,
Geo. F . Hildebrand.
J. C. Betz,
C. W . Menkhausen.
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T , 1871.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 20 1903
[F o rm erly T H E P I P K I N S T A T E B A N K .]
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bon d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y . ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 5 8 ,6 1 8 12
4 3 2 86
3 1 ,5 0 0 00

1 1 3 ,0 5 0 00
7 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,4 0 0 00
7 9 ,8 0 8 90

C a p ita l sto c k paid in . .
Surplus fund ...................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d ep osit ............................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .....................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,3 4 9

12

2 1 5 ,1 3 8 47
3 3 ,0 3 2

03

3 4 8 ,4 5 5

3S

1 ,6 5 8 21
6 ,9 4 0 00
1 ,9 8 7 50
2 4 ,3 0 6 00
273 42
$ 6 2 6 ,9 7 5 01

T o ta l

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

$ 6 2 6 ,9 7 5 01

REPORTS

OF

STATE

73

BANKS
\

Boscobel— State Bank of Boscobel.
R. J. M O R R IS O N , Cashier.
F R E D W . R U K A , A sst. Cashier.

L O U IS B. R U K A , President.
J O H N J. R U K A , V ice President.

D IR E C T O R S .
Louis B. R uka,
John J. R uka,

F red W . Ruka,
R obert J. Morrison.
E S T A B L IS H E D

JULY

2, 1892.

S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ..............
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin ........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 3 4 5 ,2 4 8 86
1 ,3 9 8 60

T o ta l .........................

$ 6 0 2 ,3 9 1 79

5 8 ,7 1 3

89

5 9 ,1 0 0 00
3 ,7 5 0 00
1 ,1 0 0 00

C a p ital sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t exp en ses and
ta x e s paid ............ . . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em and ce rtifica te s of
d e p osit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ...................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
953 34
1 9 6 ,0 5 0 73
1 4 ,8 7 0

07

3 7 2 ,5 1 7

65

1 2 1 ,3 7 2 03
1 ,7 0 1 26
260 00
2 ,2 7 8 00
7 ,3 4 7 00
127 15
T o ta l

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

$ 6 0 2 ,3 9 1 79

Bowler— Farmers State Bank.
H . G. F U H R M A N , President.
F R A N K M A T Z , V ice President.

H . H . G E H N E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H . G. F uhrm an,
F rank M atz,
W m . Buche,
E . J. Buettner,
F rank Neitzel,
H erm an Schenk.
F.
G. Brener,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 21, 1915.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue. fro m o th e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old coin ..............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ...........................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 2 8 ,4 8 4 97
573 37
2 7 ,0 0 0 00

1 6 ,6 0 0 00
4 ,0 4 9 47
1 ,5 5 2 57
3 ,1 0 9 65
13 18

C a p ita l sto c k paid in . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d iv id e d profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id en d s unp aid . . . . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ................... ..............
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . .
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,9 6 4 54
6 00
4 0 ,0 3 3

73

1 0 7 ,8 7 4 88
1 5 ,1 8 0 45
34 60
170. 21

4 ,8 7 4 20

110 00
245 15
569 00
82 85
$ 1 8 7 ,2 6 4 41

T o ta l

$187,26,4 41

74

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Boyceville— Bank of Boyceville.
W . R. Z A B E L , President.
T.
N. C L O U G H , V ice President.

C. W . H A Y E S , C ashier.
E. C. A J E R , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Theron N. Clough,
W m . Schlough,
W . R. Zabel,
C. W . H ayes,
M.
P. Baker,
John Schutz.
J. T. Joyce,
E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 19, 1909.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
F e d e ra l re se rv e b a n k
sto c k ..................................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D u e fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 9 5 ,0 0 3 95
6 ,4 0 7 54

7 8 ,3 2 3 20
1 ,1 0 0 00
5 ,5 0 7 64
4 ,2 4 3 48
5 2 ,1 7 5 91
1 ,7 0 9 19
2 ,4 8 5 00
483 50

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fund ..........
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e xp e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ............
Due to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e ce rtifica te s o f clep o sit ........................
S a v in g s d ep osits .
C a sh ie r’s ch eck s o u ts t a n d i n g .................
B ills p a y a b le ..........

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,3 0 0 00
4 ,9 3 7 88
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 4 6 ,0 4 0 07
1 1 9 ,4 7 1
7 7 ,5 0 3

54
18

3 3 ,3 4 0 79
2 0 ,0 0 0 00

4 ,1 1 8 00
36 05
$ 4 5 1 ,5 9 3

46

T o ta l

.

$ 4 5 1 ,5 9 3

46

Boyd— State Bank of Boyd.
H . J. R U T S C H E R , P re sid e n t.
J O H N L O W , V ic e P re sid e n t.

H . J. R U T S C H E R . C ashier.
J O H N W . M E Y E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W m . E s lin g e r ,
H . J. Butscher,
Jos. Janda.

John L o w ,
Gust K eehn,
Theo K eehn,

E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 10, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds ..................
B a n k in g house ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h ou se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n .................. . . . .
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 4 4 ,5 7 2 29
816 61
3 5 ,3 8 2 00
4 ,5 0 0 00
4 ,2 6 0 05
4 4 ,2 6 3

45

194 71
507 50
1 ,9 2 7 75
3 ,7 3 3 00
149 32
$ 3 4 0 ,3 0 6 68

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
Certified ch e ck s ............
C a sh ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g . . . ....................

T o ta l

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 8 5

16

9 1 ,5 5 8

61

1 1 8 ,0 3 1 79
9 3 ,7 6 7 85
16 00

3 , 8 4 7 27

$ 3 4 0 ,3 0 6 68

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

75

Boyd— The Citizens State Bank of Boyd.
W A L T E R M IL L IN G , President.
W . W . SH O N G , V ic e P re sid e n t.

C H A S . N E L S O N , Cashier.
N . P. K L E I N E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Robert Connor,
W a lte r M illing,
M artin Plass,
L . A. Turner,

Jos. F . M ah a l,
Joseph Licht,
N ic k D ra ce,
W . W . Shong.
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 7, 1910.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p roved re se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

$ 1 1 7 ,3 3 6 83
2 ,5 0 9 04

1 3 ,1 0 0 00
3 ,3 4 3 50
4 ,4 3 2 28
3 0 ,0 3 8 49

L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
. ta x e s paid ................. .. .
D iv id en d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........

$ 1 2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,1 2 1 77
6 00
5 0 ,1 6 3

62

7 8 ,3 3 1 86
3 9 ,1 5 4 60

7 ,0 6 8 87
42 50
952 15
3 ,7 9 9 00
155 19
$ 1 8 2 ,7 7 7 85

‘ T o ta l .........................

$ 1 8 2 ,7 7 7 85

Brandon— Farmers State Bank.
P. W . A T W O O D . President.
W . H . L Y O N , C a sh ie r.
J. E. J O H N S O N , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . H . L yon ,
F . E. Shaykett,
M att Rons.
E. F . Y oung,
J. E. Johnson,
P. W . Atw ood,
H en ry Bossenbrook,
H . A . W ilk ie.
R o b t. P in k e rto n ,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 8. 1915.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . ' . . . .
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
house ................................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 1 0 4 ,5 8 6 39 ¡C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
14 44 Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U n d iv id e d profits, le s s
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
1 7 ,4 5 4 00
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
1 3 ,9 0 0 00 T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ............ •....................
,4,500 00
2 ,4 0 5 30 S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........

T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,0 4 6 22
5 3 ,3 8 7 54
8 3 ,8 2 7 80
5 ,4 3 8 19

2 0 ,2 7 8 97
49 22
417 75
27 50
813 70
4 ,6 2 1 00
131 48
$ 1 6 9 ,1 9 9 75

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 6 9 ,1 9 9 75

76

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Brandon— F. R. Foster & Son, Bankers.
F.
R. F O S T E R , President.
J. W . F O S T E R , Vice President.

F . R. S C H W A N D T , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
F . R . Schwandt.

F.
R . F oster,
J. W . Foster,

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1902.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 26, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 3 2 0 ,8 5 7
O v e rd r a fts ........................................ 7 ,1 1 6
U. S. b on ds, Ü. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e r tifs,
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
8 0 ,0 8 6
S to c k s and o th e r s e ­
cu ritie s ...............................
600
B a n k in g h o u se ............ .
5 ,5 0 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
1 ,5 0 0
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
1 2 0 ,9 7 3
se rv e b a n k s .............. .
G old coin ..............
1 ,4 9 0
S ilv e r c o i n .....................
1 ,1 2 1
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y . . ..............................
9 ,3 6 1
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
75
R e v e n u e s ta m p s ............
71
T o ta l ........................

75
70

09
00
00
00
50
00
85

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d iv id e d profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ................. . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d e p osit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,2 3 9

43

1 3 9 ,9 4 5

47

1 1 4 ,6 3 5 27
2 3 0 ,9 3 3

83

00
96
15

$ 5 4 8 ,7 5 4 00

T o ta l ........................

$ 5 4 8 ,7 5 4 00

Brill— Brill State Bank.
W . R . Z A B E L , P re sid e n t.
G E O R G E N. K E E S E Y , V ic e P res.

C H A S . H . Z A B E L , C ashier.
B. C. L E O N A R D , A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . R . Z ab el,
G eo. N. K e e se y ,
C has. H . Z ab el,
B. J. H e r r ic k s,

E. C. A je r ,
T om O. M ason ,
W . H. R yan.
E S T A B L I S H E D M A Y 6, 1919.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er real e sta te ow n ed
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ..............................
S ilv e r c o i n ................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
E x p e n se . . ....................... . .
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$.42,336 52
6 78

1 ,2 0 0 00
1 ,6 5 2 81
200 00

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ............ ..
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .............^. . ..............
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 9 ,4 2 2 33
1 1 ,9 0 5 88
1 ,4 1 8 79
432 94

1 5 ,8 9 6 37
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
127 39

10 00
618 io
910 00
65 22
156 75
$ 7 3 ,1 7 9 94

T o ta l

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

$ 7 3 ,1 7 9 94,

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

77

Bristol— Home State Bank.
W . A . U P SO N , P re sid e n t.
C H A S . R . R IC E , V ic e P re sid e n t.

A . C. H A B R T E L ,

C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H . B. G ain e s,
Chas. Rice,
Edm und Pike,
W . A . Upson.
F.
R . L avey,
E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 1, 1917.

S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p ro v e d r e se rv e b a n k s ...................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 0 2 ,4 6 0 22
5 ,9 4 8

80

1 0 ,9 0 0 00
1 ,0 7 5 00
1 ,4 2 1 00
2 9 ,7 2 0 32

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........

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

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 5 6 ,9 5 2 43

2 ,0 6 4

35

6 3 ,5 2 9

82

5 4 ,2 3 2 87
2 2 ,1 2 5 39

627 22
7 50
401 00
4 ,2 3 9 00
152 ¿>7
$ 1 5 6 ,9 5 2

43

Brodhead— Green County Bank.
J. L. R O D E R IC K , President.
C.
J. S T E P H E N S O N , V ice President.

E D W . H . C O L E , Cashier.
O. N. JO H N S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. J. Stephenson,
Edw ard M cN air,
J. L . Roderick,
J. B. Pierce,
M . L . K arn ey,
Chas. Zuercher,
Edw . H . Cole,
E . J. M itchell.
A . W . Palm er,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 1, 1895.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ............ ..............
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift sta m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin . . . ......................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 5 5 7 ,4 6 1 64
263 70
8 3 ,7 5 0 00

5 4 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00

L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d c e rtifica tes of
d ep osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,2 3 5 19
2 6 8 ,4 6 0 91
4 0 8 ,3 5 6 1 3
1 0 9 ,8 7 1 95

1 3 4 ,8 9 7 10
3 8 ,5 0 0 59
3 ,3 2 9 51
485 00
1 ,4 9 6 60
7 ,4 7 9 00
261 04
$ 8 9 1 ,9 2 4

18

T o ta l

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

$ 8 9 1 ,9 2 4

18

78

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Brodhead— The Bank of Brodhead.
W . S. P B N G R A , President.
G. E. B R O U G H T O N , Cashier.
K.
O. L O F T H U S , V ice President.
H . V. H A R T M A N , A s s t. C ashier.
D.
L. A M B R P O H L , 2nd V ic e P res.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . S. Pengra,
M.
J. Condon,
C. J. C oldren,
K.
O. L ofthus,
F red Ties,
D.
L . Am erpohl,
Chas. Stephens,
S.
J. S tair.
B. J. Gardner,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 20, 1881.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m a p p ro v e d r e se rv e b a n k s ...............r
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ................. ................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 4 6 ,6 3 6 61
1 ,6 1 0 06
3 1 ,4 0 0 00

3 1 ,9 5 0 00
2 2 ,2 1 1 75
4 ,7 5 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ..........
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e xp e n se s and
ta x e s paid . . . . . .
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . , .
D e m a n d c e rtifica te s of
d ep osit ...................
S a v in g s d e p osits .
C ertified c h e c k s . .

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,1 1 7

08

2 2 4 ,2 8 6

46

2 1 9 ,5 3 3 32
1 4 ,8 6 0 53
7 00

1 1 8 ,8 6 7 43
1 ,0 1 7 92
1 ,8 9 2 92
1 ,8 1 3 50
2 ,1 7 5 25
8 ,3 1 1 00
39 13
128 82
$ 5 7 2 ,8 0 4 39

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

$ 5 7 2 ,8 0 4 39

Brooklyn— Brooklyn State Bank.
O W E N R O B E R T S , P re sid e n t.
H . A . M IL L E R , C ash ier.
Z A L A B A L D W I N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
P. A . W A C K M A N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Z a la B aldw in,
Owen R oberts,
E.
E . Roberts,
H . A . M ille r,
R . S. G illie s,
Blanche E . W a ck m a n ,
F red Chapin,
M abel Alsop.
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 12, 1900.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 2 7 ,8 3 1 34
1 ,7 9 0 08
2 ,5 0 0 00

1 2 ,8 7 4 00
1 ,3 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2 8 ,5 1 6 65

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..........
U nd ivid ed profits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s an d
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .'. . .
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e p o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p osits .
C a sh ie r ’s ch e ck s o u ts t a n d i n g .................

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,2 7 8

58

1 4 5 ,5 9 9

61

3 0 6 ,7 6 9 79
199 02
2 ,0 3 9

63

$ 3 8 2 ,8 8 6

63

537 86
660 00
775 55
4 ,0 1 5 00
86 15
$ 3 8 2 ,8 8 6 63

T o ta l

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

REPORTS

OF

STATE

79

BANKS

Brownsville— The Brownsville State Bank.
P. H . M c C A R T T , President.
O T T O R U E D E B U S C H , Cashier.
C.
F . K U E N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
P. H . M cC arty,
Chas. F . K uen,
E.
F . L e rch ,
H en ry R osenkranz,
Jacob W u rtz ,
E. H . L yons.
Otto Ruedebusch,
E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 13, 1908.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds . . . . . . . .
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ............ : .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin . . . . .'...............
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 3 4 ,6 7 6 38
21 95
1 6 ,0 0 0 00

2 7 ,9 0 0 00
2 ,4 0 0 00
1 ,9 7 5 00
1 1 ,6 7 3

C a p ita l sto c k paid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits . . . . .
B ills p a y a b le .................

61

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,5 2 7

67

5 5 ,0 2 5

68

1 0 1 ,4 6 8 25
6 ,2 6 2 31
1 5 ,0 0 0 00

344 67
927 50
583 55
3 ,0 2 5 00
256 25
$ 1 9 9 ,7 8 3

91

T o ta l .........................

$1 9 9 ,7 8 3

91

Browntown— The Farmers Bank of Browntown.
H E N R Y D IV A N , P re sid e n t.
F R A N K S O D D Y , V ic e P re sid e n t.

R . E . E R IC K S O N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .

J. H . B ast,
C. A. K elly,
H en ry Divan,
R. E. E rickson ,
Ed. M cG uire,

•

F rank Soddy,
O. M. E rickson,
A F. A nderson.
W m . O lson.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 13, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts ..........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtific a te s of in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash ite m s . . . . . .
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ............................. .. •
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ......................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 1 4 ,8 9 7 08
1,8.48 13
5 ,0 0 0

00

1 4 ,1 3 9 00
3 ,5 5 0 00
1 ,7 3 5 00

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ........ .............
D ue to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d c e rtifica te s of
d e p osit .............................

$ 1 5 ,5 5 0 00
3 ,3 5 0 00

T o ta l .' ......................

$ 2 5 9 ,5 5 5 64

6 ,6 3 6 66
310 72
9 5 ,8 0 0 02
1 3 7 ,9 0 8

24

1 4 ,6 9 8 43
1 ,5 5 7 27
40 00
590 85
1 ,4 2 7 00
72 88
$ 2 5 9 ,5 5 5 64

80

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Bruce— State Bank of Bruce.
D.
J.. A R P IN , President.
W . A. B L A C K B U R N . Vice President.
L.
E. K N U D S O N , 2nd V ic e P re sid e n t.

A . G. K R A U S E , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
D.
E.
A.
L.
H.

J.
P.
G.
E.
B.

Arpin,
Arpin,
K rau se,
K n u d so n ,
P e te rso n ,

J. Z. Arpin,
W . A . B la c k b u rn ,
E.
S. Spears,
M.
T a tro .

E S T A B L IS H E D

JANUARY

5. 190 2.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ............ ..............
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
S to c k s and oth er s e ­
cu ritie s .............................
.B a n k i n g h o u se ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er real e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..............
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 1 7 ,1 1 4 02
1 ,4 7 9 27

2 ,3 3 2 50
75
3 ,6 0 0
2 ,5 9 8
202

00
00
45
92

3 0 ,8 9 5 77

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
4 ,5 0 0 00
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
2 ,1 2 0 38
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .
1 3 4 ,3 8 0
80
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e­
p osit ..................................
6 9 ,0 6 7 30
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . .
2 2 ,9 9 0 18
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s, o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
1 2 , 9 3 7 99

2 ,1 9 0 88
1 ,1 5 7 70
4 ,0 2 7 00
323 14
$ 2 6 5 ,9 9 6 65

T o ta l

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

$ 2 6 5 ,9 9 6 65

Brule— Brule State Bank.
J O H N C O H N . President.
H. B. W E B S T E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.

John Cohn,

H. E. W e b s te r ,

A L L E N T . G O L D E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
.
A llen T. Golder.

E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L 10, 1917.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
R esou rces.

L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ......................; .
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B ankin g- h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
„ h o u se ................................
G old c om .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rr e n c y ................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ...........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 6 ,7 2 0 68
36 00

3,800*
1 ,0 0 0
860
552

00
00
51
23

9 ,1 3 2 90
232 93
30 00

4 3 2 10

C a p ital s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d c e rtifica te s o f
deposit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e „ P ° s >t ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,7 8 3

35

3 7 ,1 6 5

63

1 ,3 8 0 50
1 4 ,8 0 0 65
6 314 01
1 ,5 0 0 00

00
51 79

2 ,0 9 5

$ 7 4 ,9 4 4 14

T o ta l ........................

$ 7 4 ,9 4 4 14

REPORTS

81

OF STATE BANKS

Burlington— Bank of Burlington.
C R. M c C A N N A , President.
L O U IS R O H R , V ice President.

G. A . U B B B L E , Cashier.
J O H N T . P R A S C H , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
T . J. Cunningham ,
A . M. Brehm ,
S. D. Slade.

C.
R . M cCanna,
Louis R ohr,
G.
A . Uebele,
S.
M. R e in a rd y ,
E S T A B L I S H E D D E C E M B E R 14, 1871.
Incorporated as a State B ank Decem ber 17, 1891.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . . $ 1 ,4 5 6 ,2 6 8 63
2 ,2 7 1 98
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S ta te,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
5 6 ,7 6 0 36
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
1 0 2 ,7 3 0 58
F e d e ra l re se rv e b an k
sto c k ......................... . . . .
4 ,5 0 0 00
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
3 ,2 5 0 00
O th er re a l e s ta te ow n ed
3 ,3 3 9 76
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
1 4 2 ,5 9 4 14
Due fro m oth e r b a n k s .
4 ,4 5 2 02
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
5 ,7 2 6 80
G old coin ................. .
3 ,2 6 7 50
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
4 ,6 1 8 40
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
2 0 ,3 3 0 00
5,43 22
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s . . . . . . .
101 72
W a r s a v in g s s ta m p s . .
70 97
T o ta l

..........................$ 1 ,8 1 0 ,8 2 6

OS

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n divided p rofits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ............. .
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C ertified c h e c k s ............
N o te s an d b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted ........................
B ills p a y a b le .................

T o ta l

$ 1 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 8 ,3 5 8 58
6 7 6 ,2 9 6 14
5 7 6 ,7 9 2 72
3 4 4 ,3 5 8 89
19 75
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 0 ,0 0 0 00

........................ $ 1 ,8 1 0 ,8 2 6 08

Burlington— Meinhardt Bank.
A L B E R T M E IN H A R D T , President.
E D A M E IN H A R D T , Cashier.
E L I S A M E IN H A R D T , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
A lb ert M einhardt,
E d a M einhardt.
E lisa M einhardt,
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1891.
Incorporated as a State B ank Decem ber 30, 1896.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u s e .............................. .
G old coin ..............
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 7 9 7 ,0 4 3 92
465 41
9 7 ,0 2 2 05

4 5 ,2 3 6 71
5 ,0 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ..............
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .....................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..............

$ 6 2 ,5 0 0 00
1 2 ,5 0 0 00
2 6 ,1 5 8

62

3 1 0 ,1 8 3 78
5 1 2 ,0 0 5 61
1 7 5 ,4 8 8 50

1 3 8 ,4 0 1 52
959 78
305 50
1 ,0 6 6 30
1 3 ,1 5 0 00
185 32
$ 1 ,0 9 8 ,8 3 6 51

T o ta l

$ 1 ,0 9 8 ,8 3 6 51

82

REPORT

OF TH E

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Burnett— Burnett State Bank.
J. H . P E A C H E Y , President.
G E O R G E R . M A Y H E W , V ic e P re sid e n t. -

H . E . R O L L , Cashiir.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. H . Peachey,
H . E . R oll,
A u g 1. F . H a m m a n n ,
H erm an Schellpfeffer,
F.
E . M oul,
George M ayhew .
A u g u st Thiem ann,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 30, 1910.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 1 9 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and th r if t s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............■
F u rn itu re an d fix tu r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
an d c a sh it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
R e v e n u e sta m p a c c o u n t
T o ta l ........................

$ 1 4 1 ,1 3 3 81
346 48

5 ,5 5 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,8 5 0 00
2 7 ,0 8 6

01

172 43
65 00
523 40

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d iv id e d profits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid .............>. . . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d c e rtifica te s of
d e p osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,2 7 0 51
7 0 ,6 8 1 11
6 3 ,8 8 8 49
2 5 ,6 6 2 75
26 56

70700
83 40
11 89
$ 1 8 0 ,5 2 9 ,42

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 8 0 ,5 2 9 ,42

Butternut— Ashland County Bank.
W M . G. F O R D Y C E , President.
L O U IS E M. B O E T T C H E R , Cashier.
C. S. F O R D Y C E , V ic e P re sid e n t.
A L F . C. E L M , A s s t. C ashier.
J O H N F O R D Y C E , 2nd V ic e P res.
D IR E C T O R S .
C.
S. Fordyce,
F rank Heiderer, Jr.,
W m . G. Fordyce,
F ritz A . Zoesch,
J. L . Bloom ,
Chas. Zoesch.
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 11, 1894.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 10, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtificate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . * . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D u e fro m a p p ro v e d r e se rv e b a n k s . ...............
D ue fr o m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rr e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T a x c e rtifica te s ............
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 7 5 ,4 7 7 72
625 22
5 5 ,0 0 0 00

3 0 ,5 0 6 44
2 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
3 0 ,0 2 8 02
2 ,0 0 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ...........
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................
P o sta l s a v in g s ...............

'

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
588 32
8 8 ,6 3 6 62
1 2 0 ,6 5 0 06
6 3 ,5 6 5 10
2 ,7 5 2 20
2 ,3 8 5 70

1 ,6 9 9 54
1 ,0 2 2 50
1 ,4 6 3 45
5 ,1 9 4 00
3 54
557 57
$ 3 0 8 ,5 7 8 00

T o ta l ........................

$ 3 0 8 ,5 7 8 00

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

83

Cable— Cable State Bank.
L.
D. P E R R Y , President.
M A R T IN R O G A N , V ice President.

J. W . Q U IN N , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Li. D. Perry,
- M artin R ogan,
J. W . Q u in n ,

F . G. Dew ey.
F rank W . K lem m .
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 17, 1917.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d th r if t s t a m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p r o v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 5 9 ,2 3 8 04

T o ta l ........................

$ 6 5 ,f 5 2 07

1 ,2 5 0 00
1 ,0 5 8 72
1 ,6 3 0 57
368 55
17895 20
10 99

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
T o ta l ......................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
789 37
3 3 ,0 5 2 57
1 0 ,7 3 2 81
7 ,6 9 8 32
1 ,1 7 9

00

$ 6 5 ,4 5 2 07

Cadott— Citizens State Bank.
C H A R L E S G R A S S L E , President.
H E N R Y G O E T Z . V ice President.
G E O . W . B O IE , 2nd V ic e P re sid e n t.

F R E D G O E T Z , C a sh ier.
E L L A Z U H R , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. W . Bole,
John J. K aiser,
Charles Grassle.

H en ry Goetz,
John Dietrich,
A . J. Dietzler,
Ben Dietrich,

E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R , 1902.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s ............
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ................ • • •
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 2 6 8 ,3 1 3 45
1 ,0 9 5 03
1 ,5 0 0 00

4 8 ,6 4 5 48
4 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 2 3 ,6 9 3

26

551 05
1 ,0 7 5 00
721 55

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id en d s u n p a id ..........
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ......................'..........
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C ertified c h e c k s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 7 ,5 0 0 00

T o ta l ........................

$ 4 5 8 ,4 2 1 35

4 ,3 0 6 89
160 00
1 4 0 ,3 2 1

03

1 9 7 ,3 2 0 70
6 0 ,3 4 6 32
182 00
1 3 ,2 8 4 41

6 ,2 0 9 00
117 53
$ 4 5 8 ,4 2 1 35

84

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Cadott— State Bank of Cadott.
F R A N K J. L A V E L L E , President.
W M . Li. H E M P H IL L , V ice President.

R. J. S C H A T Z , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . L. H em phill,
B. S. Brow n,
F rank J. Lavelle,

M. A . Gilbert,
R. J. Schatz.

E S T A B L I S H E D I N 1896.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 26, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
f u r n i t u r e and fix tu r e s.
O ther re al e sta te ow n ed
Due fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
house ............
Gold coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
E x p e n se ................................
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 8 0 ,9 4 0 01
2 ,7 5 7 20

4 ,1 1 1
3 ,5 0 0
1 ,2 3 1
1 ,4 7 8

65
00
42
22

C a p ita l s to c k paid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o s it ................. .................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................

$ 7 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
4 3 ,0 1 3

15

5 6 ,8 4 5 37
1 0 ,5 0 9 67
34 00

2 1 ,0 7 0 25
480 3C
380 00
427 95
4 ,7 9 1 00
98 67
135 52
$ 1 2 1 ,4 0 2 19

T o ta l

$ 1 2 1 ,4 0 2 19

Calumet Harbor— Farmers State Bank.
(P. O. P e e b le s, R . 37.)
C H A S . B E R G E N , Jr. President.
J. J. SC H O O F S , V ic e P re sid e n t.

O. A . S C H U B E R T , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Chas. Bergen, Jr.,
John Peth,
J. J. S c h o o fs,
Chas.Lohse,
Edw in Burg,
Frank Burg.
H . H . Bergen,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 18, 1911.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S.. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ........................
S ilv e r coin . . ......................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 5 2 ,5 2 7 15
297 28
5 1 ,7 0 0 00

1 2 ,3 5 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
1 8 ,2 3 9

99

2 ,8 2 2 53
242 50
331 30

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
5 ,0 0 0 00
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ................
2 ,4 8 3 59
D iv id e n d s u n p a id
........
39 00
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .
6 0 ,7 3 8
78
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
7 5 ,0 4 1 80
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . . .
7 1 ,1 8 2 53
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...................
1 ,1 4 8 49
S tate d e p o s ito ry
.......
9 ,3 0 3 05

2 ,7 5 6 00
170 ,49
$ 2 4 4 ,9 3 7 24

T o ta l ......................

$ 2 4 4 ,9 3 7 24

REPORTS

OF STATE

85

BANKS

Calvary— Farmers State Bank.
J O H N L . B E A U , President.
JOS. G R U B E R , C a sh ier.
P E T E R SIM O N , V ice President.
H E N R Y S. B E A U , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
John L. Beau,
H en ry Fuhrm ann,
Peter Simon,
Joseph Pickart,
Nic. K rebsbach,
Jos. G rub er.
H en ry S. Beau,
E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 8, 1911.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
9 ,9 0 0 00
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . ............
9 ,3 0 0 00 T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .................................
1 ,2 2 5 52
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
1 2 ,9 9 4 25 C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t ­
s ta n d in g ...........................
33 00 C u sto m e r s’ p a y m e n ts on
lib e r ty b on d s ............
322 50
161 25

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
Due fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin ................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy .....................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
5th lib e r ty lo an bond
sub. a /c
.........................
R e ve n u e sta m p s ............

$ 1 4 6 ,3 4 9 25
40 58

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 9 4 ,0 0 8 80

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 3 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,2 7 5 24
6 5 ,0 3 5

96

7 0 ,3 5 4 50
1 9 ,4 7 2 10
171 00
7 ,7 0 0 00

5 ,6 9 2 00
240 45
7 ,7 0 0 00
50 00
T o ta l ........................

$ 1 9 4 ,0 0 8 80

Cambria— Bank of Cambria.
D.

M. R O W L A N D S , P re sid e n t.
C. A . SC O T T , C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
D.
M. R ow lands,
C. A . Scott.
E m m a R o w la n d s,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 30. 1881.
incorporated as a State B ank July 29, 1903.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
3 ,5 0 0
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
00
1 ,8 0 4
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k
5 8 ,1 7 3
00 T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
1 3 3 ,6 7 1
.....
1 3 ,1 7 9
00 S a v in g s d e p o sits
00

$ 1 7 2 ,2 1 8 33
2 ,6 6 8 82
2 ,6 0 0

.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ..............
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
c u ritie s ............................
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

6 ,1 5 0
500
2 ,5 0 0
1 9 ,0 7 9
2 ,4 5 4
1 ,4 5 0
3 ,1 4 9

00
00
06
65
56
21

07
77
00
70

7 ,3 6 6 00
191 79
$ 2 2 0 ,3 2 8 48

T o ta l

$ 2 2 0 ,3 2 8 48

86

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Cambria— The Cambria State Bank.
H. F . S C H E M M E L , President.
O. I. JO N E S, V ic e P re sid e n t.

O. I. J O N E S , C ashier.
A. L. JO N E S , A s s t. C ashier.
D.
C L A U D E R O B E R T S , A s s t. C ash.
D IR E C T O R S .

o. I. Jones,
D. R. W illia m s ,
. G. H o p k in s ,
J. E. R o b e rts.

H . F . Schem m el.
W m . E. W illia m s,
F r a n k F . S c h a r f,

a

E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 30, 1909.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 . 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n t s .'..
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving- c e rtifs.
and th r if t s t a m p s . . .
B ankin g- h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fr o m oth e r b a n k s .
G old coin . . . ......................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 7 8 ,3 6 6 04
242 21

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

9 ,8 4 5 00

2 5 ,7 5 0 00
3 ,2 2 0 00
2 ,3 7 0 00
4 6 ,4 2 5
5 ,7 0 7
700
1 ,3 2 9

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,6 0 9 57
7 7 ,5 6 6

11

1 4 5 ,8 8 9 12
2 6 ,6 6 5 93

94
64
00
90

5 ,6 6 6 00
108 00
$ 2 7 9 ,7 3 0 73

T o ta l . . ....................

$ 2 7 9 ,7 3 0 73

Cambridge— Bank of Cambridge.
J O H N W . P O R T E R , V ice President.

,

A . R . A M U N D S O N , C a sh ier

D IR E C T O R S .
John W . Porter,

A . R . Am undson.

E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R , 1899.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 15, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
V ic to r y lo an a c c o u n t ..
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 2 9 ,9 7 0 30
502 19
3 ,5 0 0

00

31,,400 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 2 ,6 3 2

03

1 ,4 6 9 91
130 00
543 70

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d c e rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit ................. .. . : . .
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ...................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,6 9 4 00
1 1 0 ,3 5 7 09
1 2 0 ,4 2 5 34
3 ,9 3 7 76
3 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00

3 ,2 7 6 00
35 06
455 00
$ 2 8 8 ,4 1 4 19

T o ta l

...................... $ 2 8 8 ,4 1 4 19

REPORTS

87

OF STATE BAN K S

Cambridge— The International Bank of Cambridge.
H A R R Y C. M A Y , Cashier.

C. C. M A Y , President.

D IR E C T O R S .
H a rry C. M ay.

M a ry E. M ay,
C.
C. M ay,

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 12, 1893.
Incorporated as a State Bank July 27, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
B a n k in g' h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e h a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r h a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 5 9 ,1 7 8
680
1 ,6 8 1
2 ,0 5 2

32
99
64
01

1 2 ,6 2 3

30

821 86
1 ,7 2 5 00
1 ,9 6 5 10

$ 10,000 00
1 ,3 0 0 00
1 ,1 8 1 56
3 9 ,6 9 0 08
3 0 ,8 0 8 83
1 ,6 1 1 30

3 ,6 0 3 00
260 55
$ 8 4 ,5 9 1 77

T o ta l

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n divided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d c e rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit .............................
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 8 4 ,5 9 1 77

T o ta l

Cameron— Bank of Cameron.

c.

H . M U S E U S , P re sid e n t.
A. G U L IC K S O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

T N G V A L E G S T A D , C a sh ie r.
R A G N A C. R O M S O S . A s s t. C a sh ier.
W . W . P I E P E R , A s s t. Cashi er.

D IR E C T O R S .
Ingval E gsta d ,
L. I. R oe,
A . G u lic k so n .

S. O. M auseth,
C. H . M useus,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 1, 1901.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 20, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
.

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
O th er re a l e sta te ow ned
D ue fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s . ...............
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin ...................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 2 4 0 ,6 9 7 13
716 66
5 ,0 0 0 00

4 ,0 0 0 00
1 5 ,6 1 9 18
3 ,1 0 3 94
2 ,9 8 6 90
1 3 0 ,3 2 0 07

L ia b ilit ie s .

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g . . . .'.................
U. S. w a r s a v in g s and
th r ift sta m p s ...............

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
898 27
1 4 4 ,1 8 1 47
1 3 6 ,4 0 3 61
8 4 ,9 8 0 09
1 6 ,6 2 4 43
20 75

229 04
100 00
404 ,40
4 ,5 9 1 00
340 30
$ 4 0 8 ,1 0 8 62

T o ta l

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

$ 4 0 8 ,1 0 8 62

88

REPORT

OP THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OP

B A N K IN G

‘Campbellsport— The First State Bank of Campbellsport.
H . J O H N S T O N W E L D , President.
A N D R E W S T R A C H A T A , V ic e P res.

B. H. G L A S S , C ashier.
C H A S . S E E R IN G , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H.
Johnston W eld ,
Dr. P. E. Uelm en,
F r a n k L. Scheed,
A nd. S tra ch a ta ,

P la tt D u ra n d ,
P e te r S chroten,
O. G. H e n d ric k s.

E S T A B L I S H E D M A R C H 6, 1909.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s ..............
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
savingc e rtifs.
and th r if t s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
D ue fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ..............
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
ren cy .................................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s . . . . . .
4th
and
5th
lib e r ty
lo a n s ...................
T o ta l

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

$ 3 4 9 ,6 5 1 27
87 71
2 5 ,0 0 0

00

2 2 ,3 0 0
1 5 ,0 0 0
2 ,9 3 6
1 2 ,1 9 6

00
00
14
95

6 2 ,5 2 0 44

L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ................. .. .
D iv id en d s u n p a id ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d ep osit ..............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,8 1 7 28
130 50
1 2 3 ,5 9 9 43
331 48
1 9 8 ,8 5 5 61
1 1 7 ,1 4 4 92

1 ,2 8 3 69
2 ,1 2 7 50
1 ,0 5 0 70
6 ,3 6 2 00
192 82
5 ,1 7 0 00
$ 5 0 5 ,8 7 9 22

T o ta l

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

$ 5 0 5 ,8 7 9 22

Campia— Bank of Campia.
M.
E.

L. R A N D A L L , P re sid e n t.
G. S H E R V E Y , V ice- P re sid e n t.

M.

C.

JO H N SO N ,

C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. ,T. Johnson,
A . J. C la rk .

M ons. L a rso n ,
W m . D. B ra d y ,

E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 6, 1918.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er re al e sta te ow ned
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m o th e r b a n k s .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
E x p e n se s
...........................
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 1 ,9 7 1
126
1 ,8 0 4
2 ,1 4 5
206

54
89
41
60
40

5 ,3 9 0 05
7 ,6 0 7 64
464 35

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ..............
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ..............

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
3 4 ,0 3 6 03
6 ,0 8 7 93
626 58
414 25

1 ,6 0 0 00
95 13
752 78
$ 5 2 ,1 6 4 79

T o ta l

.............................. $ 5 2 ,1 6 4 79

R E PO R TS OP STATE BANKS

89

Camp Douglas— Bank of Camp Douglas..
C.
H . H O T O N , President.
W M . E. G L E A S O N , V ice President.

E V E L Y N S IN G L E T O N , Cashier.
P. E. J O H N S O N , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C.
H . H oton,
W . G. F raley ,
W . E. Gleason,

C. H . Seibold,
C. O. Cron.

E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 20, 1904.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. ce rtificate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
Due fro m oth e r b a n k s .
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 0 9 ,4 3 4 50
664 82
126,712. 53

8 ,5 3 1 25'
2 ,7 0 0 00
3 ,0 5 8 02
5 7 ,9 5 9
508
2 ,3 4 0
1 ,4 0 6

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d . . . . . .
U ndivided profits, less
c u rren t e xp en ses and
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e p o sit ........................

$ 1 2 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00

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

$ 3 1 9 ,1 4 1 57

2 ,6 7 3

99

9 3 ,0 7 7 34
2 0 6 ,3 9 0 24

05
70
0G
30

5 ,6 6 2 00
164 40
$ 3 1 9 ,1 4 1 57

T o ta l

C an ton — F a rm ers S ta te B a n k .
E R V IN

W . G. M A L C O L M , P re sid e n t.
P re sid e n t.

O. JO H N SO N , C ash ier.

J. M . W A R D , V ic e

W . G. M a lc o lm ,
J. M. W a r d ,
W . W . W in c h e s te r ,

D IR E C T O R S .
A . O. W h ite ,
C. J. J ohnson.

E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 1, 1917.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
Liabilities.
Resources.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s of in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c v ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 4 1 ,8 2 2 35
237 09

1 ,4 1 0 96
2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,1 0 0 00
1 0 ,1 4 2 38
1 ,1 5 7 74
351 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ..........
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to ch eck . . . .
D em and ce rtifica te s of
d e p o sit ...................
T im e ce rtifica te s oi d e p o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits . .
C a sh ie r’ s ch eck s o u ts t a n d i n g .................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
637 12
349 24
2 6 ,1 7 2 14
200 00
1 2 ,2 6 4 59
8 ,4 3 1 22
2 ,7 4 7 ' 84

957 00
123 63
$ 6 0 ,8 0 2 15

T o ta l

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

$ 6 0 ,8 0 2 15

90

REPORT

OP

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Caroline— Caroline State Bank.
G U ST . A . R V.DTKE, President.
D. F . B R E E D , C a sh ier.
F R A N K R . B U S S , V ice President.
W A L T E R H E R Z F E L D T , A s s t. C ash.
D IR E C T O R S .
A nton K uckuk,
<j. o. F e lts ,
Gust. A . R adtke,
W m E W o lf
F rank R . B u ss,
C. B. H a n son .’
G u st. Schilling-,
E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 11, 1913.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 1 9 2 ,7 2 8 19
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
1 1 ,8 6 0 00
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
4 ,1 5 0 00
B a n k in g house ...............
2 ,5 0 0 00
Due fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
1 0 ,7 3 6 04
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s . ■ 1 2 ,8 2 3 97
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
506 93
G old coin ............
890 00
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
1 ,5 9 6 65
U, S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
7 ,0 0 2 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
267 18
A d v a n c e d p a y m e n ts fo r
c u s to m e r s ’ l i b e r t y
b o n d s ..................................
321 93
T o ta l

$ 2 4 5 ,3 8 2 89

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
tax es p a i d ............ ..
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............

T o ta l

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,1 1 5 03
4 5 ,4 5 8 08
1 7 2 ,7 1 6 65
7 ,0 9 3 13

$ 2 4 5 ,3 8 2 89

Cascade— State Bank of Cascade.
A. S U E M N IC H T , President.
A D . R U F P B N T H A L , V ice President.

HUGO

J. D A R M IE D E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . Suem nicht.
John Schlenter,
A d. Ruppenthal,
John Devine,
A . C. K ingston,
H . F . D ip p el.
Chas. Suemnicht,
E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 23. 1916.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
Due fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and c a sh it e m s ............
Gold coin ........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
L ib e r ty lo an p a y m e n ts
ad v a n c e d ........................
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 8 4 ,8 0 9 10
1 , 0 1 1 82
30,,417 50

1 2 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,7 5 0 00
2 ,1 4 3 15
2 3 ,5 9 6 07
874 49

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S urplus fu n d ...................
U ndivided p rofits, less
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ..............
D iv id en d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p o sit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .....................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,7 5 0 00
4 ,1 5 8 25
103 00
1 4 5 ,4 0 8 83
1 7 ,2 3 1

62

5 3 ,7 5 5 72
3 3 ,7 0 5 52

1 ,4 0 6 91
20 00
642 30
6 ,9 1 9 00
178 82
2 ,8 4 3

78

$ 2 7 1 ,1 1 2 94

T o ta l ........................

$ 2 7 1 ,1 1 2 94

REPORTS

OF STATE

91

BANKS

Casco— Bank of Casco.
H . J. N O E L . P residen t
T H O S . D R U R Y , V ice President.

L E E W . M E T Z N E R , C a sh ier.
H E N R Y J. N O E L , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H . A. Dvorak.
D. J. B u rk e .

H . J . Noel,
Thos. D rury,
Jule D e fn e t.

E S T A B L I S H E D M A R C H 10, 1899.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 27, 1903.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifica te s of in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er real e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m a p p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . ..........
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

$ 2 2 2 ,3 4 7 22
143 21
4 5 ,2 4 5

00

1 7 ,1 0 9 65
3 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,7 5 0 00

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

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit .....................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............

2 ,5 7 9

66

8 7 ,7 5 7 4 b
2 2 3 ,6 3 1 50
3 ,6 9 9 91

1 , 1 0 0 00
33,1,45 00
2 ,9 4 7 33
335 00
778 00

00
1 1 1 12

3 ,6 5 7

$ 3 3 2 ,6 6 8 53

T o ta l

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

$ 3 3 2 ,6 6 8 53

Cashton— Bank of Cashton.
L.
W . E A R L E , President.
P. E. N E L S O N , V ice President.

*

L . M. E A R L E . Cashier.
P. J. H E G G E , A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L.
W . Earle,
P. E . M itby,
L . M. E arle,
C.
F . B e n n e tt,
C. H . Campbell,
P. J. H e g g e .
P. E . Nelson,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 10, 1899.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 27, 1903.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtificate s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
sa v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p rove d re se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and c a s h it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ........................ ..
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 6 4 2 ,8 3 6 72
166 76
1 7 ,3 0 0 00

4 3 ,7 5 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 5 4 ,8 0 6
2 5 ,1 8 4

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . ............
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................

$ 4 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,3 2 2 -68
1 4 8 ,4 5 8 09
7 0 9 ,8 9 6 07

54
30

769 21
370 00
1 ,2 2 6 00
9 ,2 2 9 00
38 31
$ 9 0 3 ,6 7 6 84

T o ta l

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

$ 9 0 3 ,6 7 6 84

92

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Cashton— Farmers Exchange Bank.
J O H N Q U IN N , President.
H . J. W IL L G R U B S , V ic e P re sid e n t.

J. J.
John
H . J.
J. B.

OTTO

W.

S P R E C H E R , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
K n o r s t,
G. Kam perschroer,
Quinn,
P. H . Peterson,
W illgrubs,
F. J. M a sh a k .
Leis,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 2, 1913.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 . 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .............. .
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
house ...........................•. .
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ..........

$ 2 7 9 ,7 4 7 11
166 00

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

$ 3 9 3 ,2 3 0 08

1 3 ,9 2 7 50

4 ,3 5 0 00
2 ,7 7 0 00
1 ,9 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
.................
Su rp lu s fund
U ndivid ed profits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p osit .....................

^ 2 0 ,0 0 0
00
600 00
5 ,0 2 9

36

8 1 ,2 6 9

67

2 8 6 ,3 3 1

05

7 9 ,9 8 9 48
385 34
145 00
680 85
9 ,0 3 5 00
133 80
T o ta l ........................

$ 3 9 3 ,2 3 0 08

Cassville— Badger State Bank.
W M . G A T E S , President.
G.
A . K L I N D T , V ice President.

G. A . K L I N D T , Cashier.
M . H . H A B E R M A N N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . Gates,
G. A . K lindt,
j o s . J. Seipp,
M.
E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 3, 1910.

John A . K lin dt, Jr.,
John Rech,
John Zeigler,

H . H a b e rm a n n .

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ...................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r if t s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls -a n d c e n t s ..........
E x p e n se ................................
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 3 7 ,4 2 5 68
1 ,4 4 0 44

2 ,0 00

00

8 5 ,2 3 5 00
4 ,0 7 5 75
4 9 ,1 7 9 52

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Certified c h e c k s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ................
B ills p a y a b le .................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 4 0 ,5 2 2

77

2 8 7 ,3 2 1 29
6 ,3 7 4 94
30 80
5 ,0 9 7 78
3 0 ,0 0 0 00

1 ,0 2 0 85
435 00
762 10
6 ,5 2 8 00
268 61
976 63
$ 4 8 9 ,3 4 7 58

T o ta l

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

$ 4 8 9 ,3 4 7 58

REPORTS

OF STATE

93

BANKS

Cassville— The Cassville Bank.
G.
K.

A S T E V E N S , President.
M. S T E V E N S , Vice President.

J O H N J. M A R T IN , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S ,
G.
K.

A . Stevens,
M. Stevens,

John J. M a rtin .

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 4, 1890.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u gu st 3, 1903.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. ce rtifica te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O ther re al e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m a p p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
E x p e n se ................................
T o ta l

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

$ 2 4 8 ,8 4 3 41
2 ,3 8 1 83

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n ..
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d ep osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ....................

2 1 ,9 0 0 00
663 83
2 ,4 0 0 00
3 1 ,7 6 9 21

$ 2 0 , 0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
7 6 ,5 5 4 49

2 0 2 ,0 1 0

89
478 47

1 ,0 5 2

63

1 0 , 0 0 0 00

18 84
60 00
1 ,2 1 3 25
3 ,5 6 4 00
171 34
1 , 1 1 0 77
$ 3 1 4 ,0 9 6 48

T o ta l

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

$ 3 1 4 ,0 9 6 48

Catawba— Catawba State Bank.
C A R L G. B E Y E R , P re sid e n t.
C H A S . P E IS K E R , V ice President.

J O H N B. G R U B E R . C ashier.
F R A N C E S S. G R U B E R , A s s t.

Cash.

D IR E C T O R S .
L. F. Page,
L o u is W e y e r s ,
F ran k A yres.

John B. Gruber,
John Bushm an,
Chas. Peisker,
Carl G. Beyer,

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 29, 1917.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a fts ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue from ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 5 5 ,4 5 5 46
98 76

T o ta l ........................

.$82,667 62


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

2 ,5 5 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,2 0 9 75
1 6 ,6 5 4 95

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n ..
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit . ................................
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u t­
sta n d in g . . .’ ...................

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

46

5 1 ,3 6 9

01

1 2 ,1 8 0 83
553 32

85 46

1 1 0 00
405 10

1 ,0 3 0 00
68 14
T o ta l

..

$ 8 2 ,6 6 7 62

94

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Oato— Farmers State Bank.
JOS. Z A H O R I K , P resid en t.
W . N. K I L L E N , Vice President.

G E O R G E R E U T H E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Jos. Z a h o rik ,
B. Riederer,
Jos. Brennan,
Jos. Reitm eyer,
W m . K irby,
F e rd . L e m b e rg e r .
W . N. K ille n ,
E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 17, 1914.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds . . . . . . . .
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving'
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
D ue from ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ................
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
L ib e r ty lo a n a d v a n c e ­
m en t ..................................
T o ta l

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

,-

w

w

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 6 5 ,7 6 4 60
230 11
1 0 ,7 0 2 00

8 ,3 6 9 50
2 ,5 0 0 00
9 ,6 4 1 06
1 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,7 8 0 20

C a p ital sto c k paid
i n. .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U n divided profits, less
c u rren t e xp e n se s and
tax es paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . .
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,1 8 3

53

4 3 ,2 5 9 09
1 3 4 ,9 1 3 96
1 4 ,8 6 4 33

211 41

3 9 1 15
2 ,5 3 3 00
62 18
35 70
$ 2 1 0 ,2 2 0 91

T o ta l

$ 210,220

91

-

Cazenovia— State Bank of Cazenovia.
J. C. A N D E R S O N . President.
J O H N W A L S H , V ice President.
Jno. W a lsh ,
J. C. Anderson,
Peter N . Bauer,

W . F. G R E E N H A L G H . Cashier.
V. E. B I B L E , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . F . G re e n h a lg h ,
E. A . L ee.

E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 21. 1906.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 3 2 7 ,5 8 3 79
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
1 ,5 2 8 22
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
700 00
U. S. bonds, U .'S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
1 4 ,0 0 0 00
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
2 ,8 2 9 66
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
1 ,9 9 5 57
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
2 6 ,6 3 4 23
D ue from oth er b a n k s . .
241 55
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
2 00
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
185 00
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
5110
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
5 ,6 1 0 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
172 75
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 3 8 1 ,5 3 3 87

C a p itia l sto c k paid in . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
fa x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p o sit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............

T o ta l

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,2 1 7 82
9 0 ,7 2 7 60
1 ,3 6 1

00

2 5 3 ,7 3 1 15
1 5 ,4 9 6 30

$ 3 8 1 ,5 3 3 87

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS

95

Cecil— The State Bank of Cecil.
H E R M A N B O C H E R , P re sid e n t.
J. L . R O L L M A N N , C a sh ie r
H E N R Y C. S C H E L L E R , V ic e P res.
R . K . M O N R O E , A s s t. C ash ier
D IR E C T O R S .
H erm an Bocher,
E. C. P e te rm an ,
J. L. R ollm ann,
John H e ise r,
H . C. Scheller,
O. H . Zah n.
E m il Schm idt,
E S T A B L I S H E D M A R C H 7, 1908.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s of in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
c u ritie s
...........................
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
D ue from ap p rove d r e ­
serve b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin .....................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y .............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e s ta m p s ............
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 9 7 ,8 7 0 63
708 35

6 6 , 1 0 0 00

2 5 ,6 2 0 36
400
3 ,7 0 0
2 ,8 3 9
1 ,6 0 0

00
00
15
00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d .........................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
tax es paid ........... . * . . . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p osit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ................................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 2 ,0 0 0 00
1 1 ,1 8 6 76
1 1 6 ,2 1 3

11

2 1 5 ,2 9 1 36
1 5 ,1 4 7 97
1 0 ,5 0 0 21

7 2 ,2 3 8 36
1 4 ,0 3 7 44
1,05,4 20
55 00
1 ,9 9 0 00
6 ,6 3 0 00
353 19
142 73
$ 3 9 5 ,3 3 9 41

T o ta l

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

$ 3 9 5 ,3 3 9 41

Cedarburg— dedarburg State Bank.
C H A R L E S C. W I R T H , President.
E. H . R O T H , Cashier.
J. H . W I T T E N B E R G , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
Charles C. W irth ,
W . H . W ie s le r ,
J. H en ry W ittenb erg,
E . H . Roth.
John F . N iem an,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 13. 1909.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds ............
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
cu ritie s .............................
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
L ib e r ty bond a d v a n c e s.
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 5 5 ,0 8 8 01
15 65
2 6 ,9 8 0

00

3 6 ,0 4 5 04

1 , 0 0 0 00
9 ,9 9 5 23
-5 ,5 1 9 36
5 9 ,1 4 0 99
647 49
4 ,5 5 5 00
850 00

C a p ital sto c k p aid i n . .
S urplus fund ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
fa x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d ep osit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
R e se rv e fo r ad v an ced
in te re st ...........................

$ 4 0 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
2 1 ,5 3 3

29

7 6 ,6 8 6 46
1 0 ,7 5 2 89
1 2 2 ,2 7 0 56
1 3 5 ,9 2 9 78
72 00
1 ,0 4 9

81

1 4 ,1 4 7 00
43 02
268 00
$414,29,4 79

T o ta l

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

$ 4 1 4 ,2 9 4 79

96

R E P O R T OF TH E COMMISSIONER OF B A N K IN G

Cedar-burg— The Fanners & Merchants Bank.
C.
F. K E N N E Y , President.
M. P. B E C K E R . Cashier.
J O H N F . B R U S S , Vice President.
A . E. B R U S S . A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C.
F . K enney,
M. P. Becker,
John F. B russ,
Jacob B. Becker,
Jacob Dietrich,
M rs. E. N . K raem er.
E.
G. W urthm ann,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 29, 1893.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 22, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtificates o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r se c u r i t i e s .............................
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m a p p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin . ...........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rrency ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
V ic to ry lib e r ty loan a c cou n t ..................................
T o ta l ........................

$ 4 4 2 ,2 1 6 48
813 19
1 Î 3 ,339 97

4 0 ,2 8 8

90

7 ,9 8 2 16
2 ,9 1 0 52
7 9 ,8 5 3

83

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n ..
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Due to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ............
Certified ch e ck s ............
L ia b ilitie s
oth er than
those ab ov e s ta te d .

382 62
287 50
3 ,5 9 1 30

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,0 0 0 00
2 7 ,6 9 1 58
2 ,4 8 1 37
1 5 0 ,5 4 7

67

1 4 0 ,5 9 4 06
3 4 5 ,3 1 4 58
200 00
199 46

8 ,5 7 4 00
188 25
3 ,6 0 0

00

$ 7 0 4 ,0 2 8 72

T o ta l

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

$ 7 0 4 ,0 2 8 72

Cedar Grove— Cedar Grove State Bank.
W M . H U E N I N K , P re sid e n t.
IR A L U B B E R S , A s s t. C ash ier.
J O H N V A N D E W A L L , V ice Pres.
JA C O B L E N S IN K , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. J. H u e n in k ,
John Smies,
John V an De W a ll,
A. Stokdyk, Sr.,
E. H. R u slin k ,
G. Grotenhuis.
W m . Huenink,
E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 19, 1901.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n t s ..,.
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds . ..............
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
P u e fro m o th e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ..............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 3 1 0 ,0 2 9 55
3 ,2 1 0 98
4 5 ,4 0 0 00

2 6 ,1 0 0 00
2 ,7 0 0 00
2 ,9 5 0 00
1 6 3 ,6 7 0 41
8 ,0 5 4 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
fa x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to .c h e c k .................
D em and ce rtifica te s of
d ep osit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,2 4 8

17

3 0 6 ,0 7 3

01

1 4 ,4 1 3

72

1 4 5 ,6 3 2 78
4 3 ,6 9 2 74

11 36
1 ,0 3 0 00
1 ,8 0 1 20
4 ,7 3 1 00
, 371 92
$ 5 7 0 ,0 6 0 42

T o ta l

$ 5 7 0 ,0 6 0 42

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

97

Centuria— State Bank of Centuria.
G U ST . A N D E R S O N , P re sid e n t.
I.
S E E R Y , Vice President.

•

T. H . B R O W N , C a sh ier.
E D N A A N D E R S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
I.
Seery,
Gust Anderson,
Annette Anderson,
T. H . B row n .
N.
V. B row n ,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 15. 1903.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 28, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtificates of in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d re D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c v ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 2 4 2 ,1 3 7 62
558 74

6 ,5 0 0 00
4 ,6 0 0 00
2 ,5 3 4 00
6 6 ,2 1 8 2.4
5 ,0 0 0 00

8 8 6 20

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00

8 , 0 0 0 00
5 ,1 1 6 30
700 00
1 2 6 ,5 6 8 34
1 5 5 ,0 8 2 39
1 0 ,9 8 2 07
481 16

3 ,3 1 8 00
177 46
$ 3 3 1 ,9 3 0 26

T o ta l

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k s— d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................

T o ta l

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

$ 3 3 1 ,9 3 0

26

Chaseburg— Chaseburg State Bank.
F R E D D U M M E R , President.
G B G A R D N E R , V ic e P res.

J. W . L O W E , C a sh ier.
D O R O T H Y A . G A R D N E R , A s s t. Cash.
S A M JO H N SO N , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
R obert Lam prich,
John A . Linrud,
H e r m a n Schroed er,
W m . H . R em e r.

Fred Dum m er,
C. B. B ru d los,
G. B. G ardn er,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 14, 1910.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
saving' c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilver c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
Due
fro m
c u sto m e rs
lib e r ty loan a c c o u n t.
T o ta l

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

7— B.


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 4 2 8 ,5 7 4 92
4 ,4 9 9 87
1 5 4 ,3 8 6 96

3 2 ,1 5 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 3 5 00
.4 3 ,1 3 0

66

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
tax e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit . .................... ............
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
C ash o v er ........................ ..

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,8 7 5

24

6 1 ,9 4 7 76
4 9 0 ,4 6 0 80
7 8 ,3 5 4 TO
6 ,8 0 0 90
90

428 42
555 00
574 20

00
68 96

5 ,1 2 0

1 ,9 1 5 71
$ 6 7 7 ,4 3 9 70

T o ta l

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

$ 6 7 7 ,4 3 9 70

98

REPORT

OF TH E

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Chetek— Chetek State Bank.
C.
W . D IN G E R , President.
C. F . M U S E U S , V ic e P re sid e n t.

B. M. A P K E R , C a sh ier.
N. E. H A N S H Ü S , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
B.
C.
C.
C.

W . K . Coffin,
C.
W . Dinger,
T. B . K eith,

M. A p k e r,
F. M useus,
V a n G eld er,
H. M u seu s.

E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 14, 1913.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

D oans and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s of in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and ca sh it e m s ............
G old coin ...................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y .........
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

$ 1 8 9 ,3 9 9 83
386 73

1 ,3 3 3 00
2 ,8 0 0 00
2 ,1 4 2 00
1 3 ,9 8 5 27
3 ,6 4 8 56
177 50
639 55

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .....................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
1 ,2 5 3 34
7 1 ,1 4 3

95

8 3 ,7 8 2 40
4 6 ,4 0 6 77
7 ,2 2 5

37

6 ,3 3 1 00
168 39
$ 2 2 1 ,0 1 1 83

T o ta l

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

$ 2 2 1 ,0 1 1 83

Chetek— Fanners and Merchants Bank.
K.
R.

R O S H O L T , President.
R . R O S H O L T , V ice President.

K.
R osholt,
R . R . R o sh o lt,

A. T. G A L B T , Cashier.
W . R. S T R O N G , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . T. Galby.

E S T A B L IS H E D 1900.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 15, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a fts ...........................
U. S. bonds. U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er real e sta te ow ned
D ue from ap p roved r e serve b a n k s .................
D ue from oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s cn oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old coin ................. ...
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 4 3 7 ,8 5 5 04
2 ,1 2 6 51

1 0 8 ,2 7 4 37
2 ,9 0 0 00
1 , 050 00
7 9 ,3 6 2
3 3 ,3 2 0

80
64

2 ,3 4 1
1 ,1 4 0
2 ,8 8 2

01
00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n ..
U ndivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ............
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s
o u tH a n d i n g ...........................
C h ristm a s s a v in g s . . .

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,6 9 1 50
2 2 2 ,8 4 6

08

3 2 7 ,4 2 5 26
9 6 ,0 3 3 52
1 2 ,5 1 6 92
164 28

25

6 ,0 3 8 00
141 09
245 85
$ 6 7 7 ,6 7 7

56

T o ta l ........................

$ 6 7 7 ,6 7 7

56

REPORTS

OF

STATE

99

BANKS

Chili— Chili State Bank.
W M . W A G N E R , P re sid e n t.
GEO. A . U R E , Vice President.

H erm an Portz,
E rnest Neinas,
L. A . R e ic h e rt,
W m . W agn er,

A. P. S A M P L E , C ashier.
JAS. F . F A R N I N G , A s s t.

C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H en ry Nebel,
A nton Hogenson,
Geo. A . Ure.

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 13, 1912.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 1 5 7 ,2 5 2
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
824
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
8 ,3 5 0
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
2 ,8 9 2
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
3 ,0 0 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
2 ,5 5 1
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
1 5 ,2 0 5
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
465
G old coin ..............
15
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
61
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r - ,
1 ,1 1 5
r e n c y ................... ..
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
46
W a r s a v in g s s t a m p s ..
8
T o ta l

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

07
90
00

00
00
70
49

$ 1 3 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,6 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
tax e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s unpaid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d ep osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

3 ,8 5 4 25
10 00
1 0 0 ,4 5 6 66
5 6 ,8 2 3
1 5 ,0 4 4

35
19

83
00
40
00
67
39

$ 1 9 1 ,7 8 8 45

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 9 1 ,7 8 8 45

Chilton— State Bank of Chilton.
T.
M.

E. C O N N E L L , President.
J. C O N N E L L , Vice President.

T.
E. Connell,
M arth a J. Connell,

A.

B.

CONNELL,

Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . B. Connell.

E S T A B L I S H E D A P R I L 20, 1891.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O ther real e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p rove d re se rve b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 3 6 ,1 4 8 34
386 77

3 ,4 9 6
5,'2 00
2 ,6 8 3
4 ,4 0 0

00
00
02
00

2 2 ,3 9 5 44
3 ,1 8 6 24
1 ,0 3 5 00
499 65

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ..........
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e xp e n se s and
tax e s paid ............
Due to b a n k s— d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e ce rtifica te s o f deposit ........................
S a v in g s d e p osits . .
B ills p a y a b le ..........
C ash o v er .................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 5 6 19
7 ,3 0 9 97
6 7 ,3 5 1

71

1 3 3 ,6 6 2 46
4 0 ,7 2 2 89

6 , 0 0 0 00
173 55

8 ,7 5 1 00
95 31
$ 2 8 8 ,2 7 6 77

T o ta l ...............

$ 2 8 8 ,2 7 6

77

100

R E P O R T OF TH E CO M M ISSIO NER OF B A N K IN G

Chilton— The Commercial Bank.
F. J. E G E R E R , President.
A . C. K IN G S T O N , C ashier.
H E N R Y P A U L S E N , V ice President.
G E O . V O E L Z , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
P. J. Egerer,
A. C. K ingston,
H en ry Paulsen,
R. C. H ugo,
Joseph H anert,
Jos. S c h m id lk o fe r.
A . J. Pfeffer,
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 29, 1911.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

$ 3 7 9 ,8 2 9 95
41 94

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtificate s of in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . . . .
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
Due fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rren cy . : ..............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
A dvanced
on
v ic to ry
b onds ...............................
T o ta l

9 9 ,8 9 8

75

3 8 ,9 2 7 00
8 ,7 3 4 00
3 ,7 0 0 00
2 0 ,8 8 1 44
1 ,1 2 7 04

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n divid ed profits^ le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
D u e to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s
o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................

$ 4 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00

T o ta l ........................

$ 5 6 9 ,5 3 4 21

8 ,1 7 3 30
513 69
1 7 7 ,7 1 1 35
2 1 2 ,1 6 7 35
1 1 3 ,1 5 4 08
7 ,8 1 4 44

7 ,2 2 0 17
4 ,9 0 5 00
729 55
3 ,3 6 3 00
152 22
2 68
.21 47
$ 5 6 9 ,5 3 4 21

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

Chippewa Falls— Northwestern State Bank.
P. T. F A V E L L , Cashier.
GEO . T. P L E H N , A sst. Cashier.
H . P. F A V E L L , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H . B. Coleman,
S. C. F. Cobban,
P. T . Favell,
Thank Joas,
J. H . M cG raw ,
Andrew H anson,
Jos. H . K elly,
Geo. T. Plehn ,
E rnest J. Hebert.
H . V . Bartlett,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 19, 190 4.

S. C. F . C O B B A N , President.
J. H . K E L L Y , V ice President.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ................... .. • •
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth er s e ­
cu ritie s .............................
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin . . ....................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e d and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 7 3 6 ,3 7 1 81
131 99
5 8 ,7 0 0 00

1 9 2 ,8 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 6 ,5 0 0 00

2 , 0 0 0 00
3 1 3 ,6 5 4 44
2 3 ,2 1 4 41

C a p ita l s to c k paid in . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
D u e to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ............
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified ch e ck s ...........
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
P o s ta l s a v in g s . . . . . . .

$ 8 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 4 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,3 4 3 99
1 7 0 ,6 2 3 98
4 3 6 ,6 6 0 00
5 8 3 ,3 5 6 48
8 0 ,7 5 6 85
500 00
6 ,9 2 3 32
1 ,3 1 0 32

5 ,3 0 4 13
2 ,6 4 0 00
4 ,0 4 4 65
2 5 ,8 2 9 00
284 51

$1 ,3 8 4 ,4 7 4

94

T o ta l ........................ $ 1 ,3 8 4 ,4 7 4 94

REPORTS

OF

STATE

101

BANKS

Clayton— Citizens State Bank of Clayton.
H A R R Y D. B A K E R , President.
C H A S . J. A N D E R S O N , V ice Pres.

Chas. J. Anderson,
H a rry D. Baker,
H en ry K rueger,

O L E L IN D S T R O M , C ashier.
J O H N E R IC K S O N , A s s t. C ashier.
W A L T E R G L A I V E , A s s t. C a sh ier. _

D IR E C T O R S .
E . J. B ju r s tr o m ,
Geo. P. H a n sc h e .

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 15, 1908.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving- c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ............ ..
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d re'se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S- and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ...................... ............
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p ac c o u n t
.T o t a l

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

$ 1 4 7 ,7 2 1 69
2 ,0 9 9 86

6,600 00
2 ,6 3 5 00
3 ,3 3 7 70
1 8 ,1 0 3 76
274 54
380 00
1 ,0 7 6 55

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
tax e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,7 3 4

90

8 4 ,9 6 0

62

7 0 ,8 1 7
8 ,6 5 9

13
07

529 30

2 ,2 2 8 00
193 92
50 00
T o ta l

$18,4,701 02

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

$18,4,701 02

Clear Lake— Bank of Clear Lake.
C M R E E D , President.
A . N. N E L S O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

O. E. L IN D E R S O N , C ashier.
E . G. H A L L E N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. M . Reed,
G u st S a n b e rg ,
Jacob W a llen ,
H . M. T ra ise r.
A . N . Nelson,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 15, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
Gold coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e s t a m p s ^ ............
Old b a n k b u ild in g . . . .
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 8 5 ,3 9 9 14
2 ,7 1 9 97

1 6 ,9 6 0 24
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
4 3 ,1 9 8 40
5 ,9 0 9 69

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
tax e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ................
T im e ce rtifica te s Of d e ­
p o sit . ................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits...............
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s
o u t­
sta n d in g . .........................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00

2,000 00
4 ,2 8 9 69

1 1 7 ,3 9 6 41
1 0 6 ,6 6 5 68
1 7 ,9 7 2 278 ,3 8 1 51

22 2 05
1 ,1 4 0 00
1 , 1 2 2 80
4 ,8 7 9
134
19
3 ,5 0 0

00

$ 2 7 1 ,7 0 5

56

62
65

00
T o ta l

$2 7 1 ,7 0 5 56

102

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Clear Lake— The Peoples Bank.
A J. M C L E N N A N , President.

A . J. M cLennan,
W.
E. W ebster,
Jam es Johnston,

W . W . H U L C E , C a sh ier.
D.
M C L E N N A N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Jos. Yoerg,
T hom as Stout, Jr.,
P. A . M cD ougald.

E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 12, 1907.

*

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fr o m ap p roved r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
Due fro m oth e r b a n k s .
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 5 8 ,8 6 4 30
3 ,7 6 8 94
7 ,3 7 8

00

7,,400 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
4 4 ,5 8 5
1 ,5 7 4
170
861

38
43

00
00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d e p osit ..............................
T im e certifica tes o f d e ­
p osit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
P o sta l s a v in g s . . . . . . .

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 1 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,8 5 1 16
1 2 1 ,0 5 3

52

9 ,0 1 6 01
1 5 3 ,7 4 9 71
1 0 ,3 5 2 51
26 54

8 ,2 0 7 00
240 40
$ 3 3 7 ,0 4 9

45

T o ta l

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

$ 3 3 7 ,0 4 9 45

Cleghorn— Cleghorn State Bank.
A . D. S T O N E , President.
W M . C O N L E Y , V ic e P re sid e n t.

H. W .

P E IR C E ,

C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F red W elk e,
W m . Stolp,
T. B. K e ith .
W m . J ohnson

A . D. Stone,
W m . C o n ley,
W m . N elson ,
H . W . P eirce,
H . L . Low e,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 18, 1917.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m approved r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin ...................... ..
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ........................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 8 8 ,1 0 5 47
897 87
4 ,2 3 4 - 56

2 ,9 4 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,6 9 5 ,9 8
1 2 ,3 4 2 58

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid . . .'...............
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ............................. .. .
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 6 4

31

2 8 ,7 3 8

50

3 7 ,7 3 5 53
2 9 ,2 3 0 20

1 ,8 4 7 55
6 , 0 0 0 00

124 15
5 00
137 60
1 ,6 1 5 00
17 88
$ 1 1 4 ,6 1 6 09

T o ta l

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

$ 1 1 4 ,6 1 6 09

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

103

Cleveland— Cleveland State Bank,
A. B. E R D M A N N , President.
G E O . C. R E U T H E R , C a sh ier.
D A V ID L O R F E B D , V ice President.
E. H . R E U T H E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
John Lorfeld,
R u d olp h Conrad ,
R obert Lutze,
A . B . Erdm ann,
Josepn Stein,
D avid Lorfeld.
F . A . K ie ls m e ie r ,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 19, 1907,

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilver c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a t io n a l' c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d
.................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
65
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ................
00 T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
00
00 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 2 4 2 ,7 8 6 96
409 05
4 3 ,6 8 6

1 2 ,0 5 0
2 ,5 0 0
1 ,0 0 0

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,6 7 1 71
\
1 3 3 ,7 4 0 71
1 8 9 ,1 9 4 85
2 6 ,4 6 0 40

6 7 ,0 9 2 01
265 65
740 00

528 35
7 ,8 0 1 00
208 00
$ 3 7 9 ,0 6 7 67

T o ta l

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

$ 3 7 9 ,0 6 7 67

Clinton— Citizens Bank of Clinton.
D R . C. W . C O L L V E R , P re sid e n t.
W . H . C H E E S M A N , C ash ier.
F . W . H E R R O N , V ic e P resid en t.
I V E R J A C O B S O N , 2nd Vice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
O. B . D uxstad,
Iver Jacobson,
B yron Snyder,
C. W . C o llver,
Solon Cooper,
J. F . K e m m e re r.
F. W . Herron,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 15, 1882.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . . . .
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue from , oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
house . . ...........................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ...............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
S tock
in
fe d e ra l
re­
se rve b an k , C h ic a g o .
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 5 1 6 ,5 5 1 95
1 ,0 7 4 37
1 7 ,0 0 0 00

2 4 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
8 0 ,6 3 4 72
316 26
527 78
2 ,4 0 4 81
180 00
1 ,1 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ............ . . .
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ...................
Due to b a n k s — d e p o sits
D iv id en d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
Certified c h e c k s ...............
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
counted .............................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,9 7 1 17
7 ,6 3 4 82
56 00
2 1 8 ,9 2 5 95
1 9 2 ,4 1 2 07
8 5 ,6 3 0 35
3 ,7 1 8 99
8 6 ,7 2 6 69
477 14

4 ,6 6 1 00
117 29
1 ,8 0 0 00
185 00
$ 6 6 0 ,5 5 3 18

T o ta l

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

$ 6 6 0 ,5 5 3 18

104

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Clinton— State Bank.
C. J. S M IT H , President.
H.
O. N A T E S T A , V ice President

A . T IL L O T S O N , C ashier.
E. N. G R E E N E , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. J. Sm ith,
W . H . Northrup,
H.
O. N atesta,
A . T illo ts o n ,
A . J. W ilk in s,
p . E. G aard er.
E.
E . T ig h e ,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 13, 1913.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p roved re se rv e b a n k s .................
E x c h a n g e s for c le a rin g
house ...............................
Gold coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 9 1 ,7 3 0 39
994 82
5 ,5 0 0

00

1 1 ,6 3 7 84
8 ,7 0 0 00
3 ,1 0 0 00
3 9 ,3 4 5

55

C a p ital s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
D iv id e n d s unpaid ..........
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C ertified c h e c k s ............

00
2 , 0 0 0 00

$ 3 5 ,0 0 0

4 ,0 2 5 76
60 00
9 7 ,8 2 7

38

6 8 ,9 2 8 23
6 1 ,7 9 8 88 ,
81 5 0

1 ,7 1 5 57
317 50
893 40
5 ,5 5 0 00
236 68
$ 2 6 9 ,7 2 1 75

T o ta l

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

$ 2 6 9 ,7 2 1 75

Clintonville— Clintonville State Bank.
W . H . F I N N E Y , President.
C H A S . T O P P , V ice President.

D E V I C. L A R S O N , C a sh ier.
E. E. L A R S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier
C. J. L A N K , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . H . Finney,
J. D. Cotton.

D.
J. Rohrer,
L evi C. L arson,
Chas. Topp,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 1, 1900.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 13, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds. U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m o th e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
In su ra n c e
p re m iu m s
a d v an ce d ........................
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 6 8 ,3 3 9 81
6 ,7 3 9 79

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
4 0 ,1 9 0 13 D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
8 ,7 5 0 00 Individual deposits, sub­
6 ,2 5 0 00
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
3 0 ,6 8 5 66
p o sit ..............
190 56 S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C ertified c h e c k s ...............
2 ,1 9 3 01 C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u t­
677 50
sta n d in g ...........................
7,22,4 35 N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
counted ...........................
1 2 ,6 7 4 00 T h r ift s a v in g c lu b ..........
1 ,4 3 8 52

$ 3 5 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,0 0 0 00
3 3 ,8 8 1 17
1 1 ,7 9 4 57
2 1 7 ,7 7 5 81
1 8 1 ,6 2 7 49
7 7 ,7 4 5 51
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 5 ,5 2 8

66

1 0 2 ,2 6 2 00
47 37

1 ,2 9 9 25
$ 6 8 6 ,6 6 2 58

T o ta l

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

$ 6 8 6 ,6 6 2 58

R E PO R TS OF STATE BA N K S

105

Clyman— Farmers State Bank.
T. A. M cC O L L O W , V ice President.

W . H . K U E N Z I , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G ehard Sim on ,
H . L . M organ,
T. A . M cCollow ,
H . J. Stueb er,
E.
P. K ressine,
W . H . K uenzi.
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 2, 1911.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts . . . ....................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s ............ . .
S to c k s and o th e r s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D u e fr o m oth e r b a n k s .
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y .................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

$ 1 2 8 ,5 4 9 21
9 27
6 8 ,3 0 0 00
1 ,0 7 5 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 9 ,6 8 1
1 ,1 9 3
102
378

56
58
50
60

C a p ita l sto c k paid
in ..
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . .
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits .............
C a sh ie r ’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ................. .. . . .

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,7 6 7

51

5 2 ,1 4 1 63
1 2 4 ,9 0 9 22
2 1 ,7 8 0 03
4 ,4 7 8

45

1 ,7 3 1 00
56 12
$ 2 2 5 ,0 7 6 84

T o ta l

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

$ 2 2 5 ,0 7 6 84

Cobb— Cobb State Bank.
E.
F . H E U E R , President.
G EO. F R IT S C H , Sr.. V ice President.

A . F . K R A M E R , C a sh ier.
C. B. S M IT H , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A.
E. T hom as,
Geo. F ritsch, Sr.,
H.
V . Bishop,
E . F . H euer.
W . N . Billings,
E S T A B L I S H E D M A R C H 19, 1910.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
cu ritie s .............................
B a n k in g house ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n ................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ............................... •
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
A d va n ced
on
v ic to ry
b on d s fo r c u s to m e r s .
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 2 7 6 ,9 7 3 69
1 ,8 7 5 72
,4,950 00

3 7 ,3 5 0 00
91 50
2 ,9 0 0 00
600 00
5 5 ,5 9 4 41

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ....................
L ia b ilitie s oth e r th a n
th o se a b ov e s t a t e d ..

$ 1 2 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,5 0 0 00
4 ,4 7 7

72

1 3 6 ,1 9 6 62
1 7 1 ,2 0 7 85
3 3 ,2 0 5 30
1 0 ,6 5 4 83
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
295 58

166 76
680 00
1 ,2 2 2 20
3 ,1 1 1 00
268 85
8 77
745 00
$ 3 8 6 ,5 3 7 90

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

$386,537 90

106

R E P O R T OF TH E COM M ISSIONER OF B A N K IN G

Cochrane— Farmers and Merchants Bank.
JNO. B. H O F E R , President.
A . W . H O F E R , C a sh ier.
G O T T F R IE D K L E I N , V ice President. J. R. L IN D R U D , A s s t. C ashier.
R A Y A . G U E T T I N G E R , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . E . Guettinger,
A . W . H ofer.

H . O. Stein,
John B. H o fe r,
Gottfried K lein,

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 20, 1908.

S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
S ta te,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ...................... ..
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 9 9 ,0 7 8 64
803 53
4 6 ,4 7 0

00

3 2 ,5 5 7 00
7 ,5 0 0 00
7 ,4 6 3 34
6 5 ,9 1 1 52
6 ,4 6 9 22

1,002

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C ertified c h e c k s ..............
C a sh ie r ’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,4 3 6 06
8 2 ,0 2 7 30
4 3 2 ,1 7 5 40
2 6 ,5 5 8 21
100 00
1 ,4 4 8

60

88

1 ,1 3 5 00

1 ,3 3 5 85
9 ,9 0 8 00
110 59
$ 5 7 9 ,7 4 5 57

T o ta l

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

$ 5 7 9 ,7 4 5 57

Colby— Colby State Bank.
E R A S T U S B O W E N , President.
E D . K A Y H A R T , V ice President.

K . A N D R E W S , Cashier.
R. G. S A L T E R , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

R. G. Salter,
E ra stu s Bow en,
Ed. K ayh art.

k

s.

•

. A n d r e w s,
E. S alter.

E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 11, 1900.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D u e fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 4 3 ,3 6 5 50
742 64
2 6 ,0 0 0

00

1 0 5 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,7 0 0 00
3 ,2 0 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d ep osit .....................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 9 ,9 6 6

69

2 9 3 ,7 3 8

84

2 9 8 ,2 2 1 55
615 13

1 5 6 ,7 8 9 39
590 00
2 ,9 2 1 60
1 2 ,1 4 0 00
93 08
$ 6 5 7 ,5 4 2 21

T o ta l

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

$ 6 5 7 ,5 4 2 21

REPORTS

OP STATE BANKS

107

Coleman— Coleman State Bank.
C H A S . A. W U N D E R L IC H , President.
E. P. P E L K E Y , C ash ier.
F E L I X R O S E , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
F.
X . Scheuren.
E. F. Pelkey,
Chas. A. W u n d e r lic h ,
F red Neven.
Ifelix Rose,
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 2, 1908.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
S to c k s and oth er s e cu ritie s .............................
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e se rve b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

$ 1 3 2 ,4 7 7 66
63 27

1 6 ,4 6 0 60
2 ,7 6 9 20
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,9 4 6 55

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,8 6 3 24
3 00
1 0 0 ,6 2 7 9b
9 5 ,7 5 9 34
16 00

5 2 ,7 9 9 89
653 81
697 07
247 50
781 40
4 ,0 6 1 00
311 58
$ 2 1 6 ,2 6 9 53

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

C a p ita l sto c k p aid in . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id en d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ..................................
C ertified c h e c k s ...............

T o ta l

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

$ 2 1 6 ,2 6 9

53

Colfax— Bank of Colfax.
J.
T. J O Y C E . President.
G E O . T. Y O R L A N D , V ic e P re sid e n t.
G E O T Y O R L A N D , V ic e P re sid e n t.A N N A O. W I L K E . A s s t. C ashier.
C H A S . E. H O N K O M P , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. T . V orland,
J". T. Toyce.
E . B. H ill,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 1. 1899.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 18, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s - .................
D ue fro m o th e r b a n k s
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e s ta m p s ............
C ash sh o rt .................
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 5 0 6 ,6 3 7 12
3 ,3 7 0 88

1 , 0 0 0 00

6 7 ,5 0 0 00
8 ,1 5 5 00
5 ,5 1 5 00
4 2 ,6 9 3 02
1 ,5 9 9 57

C a p ital sto c k paid i n . .
Su rp lu s fund ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d ep osit ......................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
P o sta l s a v in g s ..............

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00

1 0 , 0 0 0 00
7 ,0 8 2

30

8 00
1 8 7 ,9 4 7

5.1

1 1 ,3 8 3 32
3 5 0 ,5 9 5 57
4 6 ,7 0 7 45
365 99

689 73
1 ,5 8 0 00
656 35
4 ,1 8 9 00
6 51
400 43
97 53
$ 6 4 4 ,0 9 0 14

T o ta l

$ 6 4 4 ,0 9 0 14

108

.

r e p o r t

o f

t h e

c o m m is s io n e r

o f

b a n k in g

Colfax— Peoples State Bank.
W . W . M A T H E W S , President
T. E. T H O M P S O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

A. R . B R O N K E N , C a sh ier.
H . O. B E R G , A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . E. V a n B ru n t,
S. S. S iv e rtson ,
Geo. D e L a itsc h .

W . W . M athew s,
A. R. B ro n k e n ,
T. E. T h o m p so n ,
Ole E v e r so n ,

E S T A B L IS H E D

SEPTEM BER

8 , 1915.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

D oans and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ............
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving- c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D u e fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and c a sh i t e m s ............
G old c o i n ...................
S ilv e r c o i n ...................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
U. S. reven u e s t a m p s ..
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 9 4 ,7 5 2 93
6 ,6 9 5 07

1 5 ,9 3 6 92
5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,1 5 1 70
4 9 ,0 8 1 53
1 ,2 5 4 45
60 00
919 30

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00

1 , 8 8 8 67
1 2 1 ,9 8 9 46
1 0 4 ,5 5 3
1 8 ,8 3 9

43
15

1 2 ,8 7 5

88

3 ,3 6 7 00
288 §9
139 30
$ 2 8 2 ,6 4 6 59

T o ta l

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

$ 2 8 2 ,6 4 6 59

Collins— Collins State Bank.
L T. V O IG T , President.
W . H . D A M M , V ic e P re sid e n t.
L . T. V oigt,
Otto H aberm ann,
M. G. V alleskey,
Julius K rueger,

M. G. V A L L E S K E Y , C a sh ier.
I. J. R U P P E N T H A L , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Aug. Born,
W . H . D am m ,
H e n r y S ch m ah l.

E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 7, 1914

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
B a n k in g h ou se ...............•
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ..................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
In su ra n c e p re m iu m a d ­
va n ced .............................
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 5 3 ,8 4 2 00
1 ,0 1 5 25
3 8 ,1 5 0 00
2 ,0 1 3 07
1 ,2 0 4 92
7 4 ,0 5 0 78
1 ,2 4 0 00
460 70
7 ,1 6 4 00
116 78

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
tax e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d ep osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,5 0 0 00
4 ,0 4 6 47
6 2 ,7 7 8

64

1 8 2 ,1 5 2 75
1 5 ,8 3 8 25
l 39

60 00
$ 2 7 9 ,3 1 7 50

T o ta l ........................

$ 2 7 9 ,3 1 7 50

REPORTS

OF STATE

109

BANKS

Coloma— The Peoples Bank.
V IL A S F O L L E T T , President.
D A R W I N F O L L E T T , Cashier.
S.
C. R U N N E L S , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
V ila s Follett,
J. D. H ollister,
S.
C. R unnels,
W . F . G ra y.
Darwin Follett.
E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 4, 1902.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 3, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
D ue fro m a p p roved re se rve b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and c a sh i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 2 1 6 ,2 3 0 24
8 29

T o ta l ........................

$ 3 4 4 ,0 2 0 90

7 8 ,0 5 0

00

6 ,9 3 4 00
3 4 ,8 8 4 35
840 80
235 00
2 ,5 5 1 65

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ..........
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e posit ........................
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s
o u ts t a n d i n g .................
R e se rv e d fo r ta x e s and
accrued in te re st

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,3 7 0 43
7 0 ,7 8 9

62

2 4 1 ,4 0 1

82

2 ,2 6 9

86

1 ,1 8 9

17

4 ,1 2 2 00
164 57
T o ta l ...............

$ 3 4 4 ,0 2 0 90

Columbus— Farmers & Merchants Union Bank.
J.
L.

R. W H E E L E R , President.
A . W R I G H T , V ic e P re sid e n t.

A. W . R E D D E M A N N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
IL M A A. G L O G E R , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J.
R . W h eeler,
G. V . D e rin g ,
L.
A . W r ig h t ,
W . L . F ritz .
L a w re n c e H o lste n ,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 9, 1861.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 3, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S, c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
D u e fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n ................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 5 9 5 ,6 7 0 28
2 ,1 4 0 5,4

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

$ 8 7 4 ,0 4 5 08


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

8 4 ,7 2 4 50

1 0 2 ,3 6 7
1 0 ,0 0 0
2 ,3 8 2
1 9 ,4 6 3

59
00
45
62

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
tax e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p osit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 3 ,3 2 4 81
3 3 4 ,9 6 6 03
4 0 8 ,9 6 5 56
4 1 ,7 5 6 90
5 ,0 3 1 78

3 5 ,8 4 3 30
4 ,4 1 3 60
916 62
7 ,1 2 0 00
1 ,3 9 5 15
7 ,4 1 6 00
191 43
T o ta l

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

$ 8 7 4 ,0 4 5 08

110

REPORT

OP THE

C O M M I S S I O N E R -O F B A N K I N G

Comstock— Bank of Comstock.
P. W . M IL L E R , P re sid e n t.
A . H . M I L L E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.

O T T O A . O LSO N , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .

otto A . O lson.

P. W . M ille r,
A. H . M ille r,

E S T A B L I S H E D M A R C H 25, 1918.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Due fro m oth e r b a n k s .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 4 ,6 6 7 97
80 30

5 ,6 0 0 00
3 ,1 6 6 27
1 ,4 1 8 67
2 7 ,9 5 6 88
9 ,5 9 5 06
132 75

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
2 ,7 4 4
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...
5 0 ,5 8 8
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
3 3 ,3 4 2
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . . .
4 ,3 7 2
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
1 ,9 0 8

00
00
75
86
30
03
40

1 ,3 0 5 00
33 44
$ 1 0 3 ,9 5 6 34

T o ta l

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

$ 1 0 3 ,9 5 6 34

Conrath— Conrath State Bank.
A. J. K E I T H , President.
T. B. K E I T H , V ice President.

Prank Conrath,
John Baum an,
T . B . K eith,
R . L . Stu m pn er,

R . L . S T U M P N E R , Cashier
D IR E C T O R S .
A . J. K eith,
E. G. K uehl,
N . H . Spooner.

E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 31, 1916.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p ro v e d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
house ................................
G old coin . . , ......................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..............
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
T o ta l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 4 ,4 2 5 55
81 18

549 79
1 ,3 6 8 69
702 60
8 ,4 0 8

65

305 50
365 00
243 90

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ..............
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
400 00
346 61
3 2 ,0 1 6

77

1 1 ,8 4 3 13
5 ,6 9 9 08
8 ,5 1 1

90

2 ,1 9 0 00
176 63
$ 6 8 ,8 1 7 49

T o ta l ...................... ..

$ 6 8 ,8 1 7 49

REPORTS

OF

STATE

111

BANKS

Coon Valley— The Coon Valley State Bank.
T J. M O IL IE N , P re sid e n t.
L E W I S O. B R Y E , V ice President.

I- N. K N U T S O N , C a sh ie r.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. F . Brinkmann,
I. N. K n u ts o n .

L ew is O. B rye,
F ran k Schaper,
T. J. M oilie n ,

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 3, 1905.

Statement November 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D u e fro m a p p roved re se rv e b a n k s .................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rr e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
U. S. reven u e s ta m p s . .
T o ta l

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

$ 5 2 8 ,1 4 8 31
276 09
5 9 ,8 9 4 50

4 ,8 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
8 0 ,8 3 9
2 ,1 7 5
1 ,2 4 8

24
00
30

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d ep osits ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00

10,000 00
8 ,7 0 2 78
1 0 7 ,9 5 2 48
4 5 9 ,8 5 0 63
7 5 ,1 2 1 82
2 ,7 4 9

40

7 ,2 9 5 00
123 94
76 73
$ 6 8 9 ,3 7 7 11

$ 6 8 9 ,3 7 7 11

T o ta l

Corliss— Corliss State Bank.
L O U IS J. K R A D W E L L , Cashier.
F I L I N G S W E I L E R , SR ., P re sid e n t.
M. H . H E R Z O G , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. T . Gillett,
M . H . H erzog,
F . I. L in g s w e ile r , Sr.
A llen G. Cady,
Louis J. K radw ell.
H en ry L ytle,
J. W . Sim m ons,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 17, 1914.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D u e fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D u e fr o m oth er b a n k s .
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
house ...............................
G old coin ......................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 8 0 ,4 1 1 86
1 4 ,8 6 2 50

1 3 ,8 5 0 00
2 ,8 9 8 25
1 ,6 6 8 76
2 2 ,8 5 5 96
1 1 ,1 9 2 39

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s an d
tax e s paid . . .................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ............................. .. •
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . . .
L ib e r ty lo a n d e p o s i t s ..

$ 12,000 00

2,000 00
3 ,3 3 3 08
6 7 ,6 8 2 60
2 6 ,8 0 1 57
3 8 ,3 7 5 48
2 ,2 2 9 50

68 76
835 00
1 ,1 9 2 00
2 ,5 0 9 00
77 75
$ 1 5 2 ,4 2 2 23

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 5 2 ,4 2 2 23

112

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Cornell— State Bank of Cornell.
A . J. E D M IN S T E R , President.
H . C. F R I S B I E , V ic e P re sid e n t.

C H A S . M c A R T H U R , C ashier.
E. M. V E R H U L S T . A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H . C. Frisbie,
Geo. F . S ow ie,
A r th u r F o x .

A. J. Edm inster,
Edw ard Porter,
Joseph Cohen,
C has. M cA rth u r ,

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 5, 1915.

Statement

N o v e m b e r 17,

R esou rces.

T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 0 4 ,1 6 7 80
358 77

2 4 ,0 4 3 50
2 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,1 2 8 00
3 5 ,8 9 5 68
155 00
435 00
5 ,4 1 5 00
208 10
$ 1 7 6 ,3 0 6 85

C a p ital s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n s e s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits . . . . . .
Certified c h e c k s
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and ,th rift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . . . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ..................
Gold coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rr e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........

1 !)li).

T o ta l

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

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,3 9 3

58

1 0 0 ,2 2 5

91

97

3 4 ,2 0 4 61
2 4 ,7 0 6 26
94
832 55
346 00

$ 1 7 6 ,3 0 6 85

Cottage Grove— Cottage Grove State Bank.
W . R. C L A R K , P re sid e n t.
A. O. P A U N A C K , V ice President.
W.
H.
H.
M.
N.

R.
C.
C.
L.
S.

Clark,
K orfm acher,
Struckm eyer,
Schautz,
Torgerson,

F R A N K P Y B U R N , C a sh ier.
E D W . G. B A R R O N , A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. J. Prendergast,
A . O. Paunack,
J. K lueter,
F r a n k P yb u rn ,
E d w . G. B arron .

E S T A B L IS H E D

N O V E M B E R 24, 1911.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 191!).
R esou rces.

L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n icip al
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ................
Due fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n ........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 6 2 ,5 9 6 86
327 39
2 2 ,5 0 0 00

3 3 ,1 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
800 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid . ....................
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s o f
p o sit ..................................
L ib e r ty bond a c c o u n ts .

$ 1 2 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,2 3 7 90
6 00
4 8 ,6 8 9 56
2 1 2 ,3 6 9 02
8 ,7 8 6 43

5 9 ,4 7 1 34
7 ,2 9 3 06
348 05
125 00
389 95
3 ,4 9 5 00
142 26
$ 2 9 2 ,0 8 8 91

T o ta l

$ 2 9 2 ,0 8 8 91

REPORTS

OP STATE

BANKS

113

Crandon— Citizens State Bank.
G.
W . ISO N , P re sid e n t.
J O H N M . W H I S N A N T , V ic e Pres.
John M. W h is n a n t,
O.
E. K a r lb e r g ,

F . J. G E B H A R T , C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L . A . Rogers.
G. W . Ison.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 4, 1916.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 1 1 3 ,2 2 1
O v e r d r a fts . . . .•.................
624
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e r tifs. ,
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
4 ,8 4 5
B a n k in g house ...............
1 ,8 0 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
1 ,8 0 0
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s . . ... . . . .
1 ,9 0 1
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
1 ,2 8 9
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
621
G old coin .............................
205
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
647
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
1 0 ,7 0 2
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
113
T o ta l ........................

36
66

63
00
00
14
04
41
00
00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U nuivided profits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p osit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
N o te s and b ills re d is ­
cou n ted ...........................

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,1 2 0 00
1 ,4 2 6 41
5 4 ,6 7 0 89
2 6 ,0 8 5 '9 7
6 ,2 5 8 10
1 ,4 1 3 33
2 6 ,7 9 5

73

00
19

$ 1 3 7 ,7 7 0 43

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 3 7 ,7 7 0 43

Crivitz— The State Bank of Crivitz.
B.
L.

P. G O U L D , President.
M . E V E R T . V ice President.
B.
P. Gould,
F.
H . R edding,
Geo. C. Paust,

F . H . R E D D IN G , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
L . M . Evert,
E. .Um berham .

E S T A B L I S H E D D E C E M B E R 9, 1912.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d iis c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n iitu r e and fix t u r e s .
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e h a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ................. ... . .
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e se rv e n o te s fo r lo ss
ac c o u n t .............................
T o ta l ........................

8— B.


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 3 1 ,1 1 3 95
996 66

2 0 ,7 6 0 90
3 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,5 7 0 65
1 6 ,2 4 6 81
308 71
85 00
564 27

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s of d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ....................
L ia b ilitie s oth e r than
th o se a b o v e s t a t e d ..

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 8 2 ,1 3 9 89

2 ,9 2 9

18

9 9 ,5 7 5 52
4 7 ,4 0 9 47
5 ,7 3 3 93
2 ,4 2 1 79
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2,0,70 00

3 ,1 0 6 00
86 94
1 ,3 0 0 00
$ 1 8 2 ,1 3 9 89

114

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Cross Plains— State Bank of Cross Plains.
H E N R Y M. Z A N D E R , President.
F R A N K J. S A E M A N , V ice P re sid e n t.

L L O Y D E. H U L L , C ashier.
J U L I A E. F A U S T , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H.
M . Zander,
John C. K ad in g,
F r a n k J. S aem an ,
Joseph Kessenich,
Adolph Birrenkott,
John S ch w ab ,
W . E. L . F ro g gatt,
H e r m a n J. K a ls c h e u r .
L loyd E. H ull,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 25, 1908.

Statement November 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e an d fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m ap p rove d re se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
an d cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 2 2 9 ,8 3 7 56 C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
179 8,4 S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
4 9 ,0 6 8 76
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
3 5 ,5 0 9 67 D e m a n d c e rtifica te s o f
2 ,4 5 0 29
d e p o sit .............................
2 ,2 0 7 13 T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
5 2 ,6 1 5 38

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00

10,000 00
5 ,4 3 8 61
6 2 ,6 8 2 71
3 ,7 0 3

62

2 7 8 ,9 4 9 73

600 60
222 50
387 25
2 ,6 2 0 00
75 69
$ 3 7 5 ,7 7 4

67

T o ta l . ✓ ....................

Cuba City— Cuba City State Bank.
J O H N C L E M E N S , President.
J A M E S C A L V E R T , V ice President.

John Clemens,
Geo. F . H eil,
W . H . T h o m a s,

H . D. M E L O Y , C ash ier.
W . G. W I M M E R , A s s t. C ashier.
L. W . P O R T E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L . W . Porter,
Jam es Calvert,
W . J. L indsay.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 14, 1899.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er real e sta te ow n ed
D ue fr o m a p p ro v e d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
Gold coin .............................
Silver» c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R evenue
sta m p s
and
w a r s a v in g c e r t i f s ...
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 4 8 1 ,3 6 3 59
446 41

6 6 ,1 0 0
5 ,0 0 0
2 ,2 7 8
7 ,8 0 0

00
00
00
00

7 3 ,8 1 2 26
179 99
760 00
1 ,5 7 5 30

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ..........
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to ch eck . . . .
T im e c e rtifica te s of d e p o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p osits . .
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u ts t a n d i n g .................
P o sta l s a v in g s . . . .

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 6 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,4 0 4
2 6 3 ,1 8 2

64

3 2 3 ,6 4 8 70
1 ,9 7 0 59
2 ,9 5 2 95
1 0 ,2 6 8 94

5 ,7 0 0 00
128 07
284 85
$ 6 4 5 ,4 2 8 47

T o ta l

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

$ 6 4 5 ,4 2 8 47

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

115

Cudahy— Cudahy State Bank.
J O H N D. B IR D , President.
A.
L . W I R T H . V ice President.
A.
L . W irth ,
Chas. A . N icolaus,
Chas. Schendel,

C H A S . A . N IC O L A U S . Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. D. Bird,
E. F. L aw ler.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 2, 1909.

S t a t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds ..................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er re a l e sta te ow ned
and
new
b a n k in g
h ou se ................................
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

$ 4 7 3 ,3 9 4 12
278 75
2 5 2 ,7 8 4 74

5 1 ,5 9 0 65
3 ,6 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2 0 ,1 4 4

00

6 3 ,5 6 5 24

Capital stock paid in . . .
$60,000
Su rplu s fu n d . . . . . . . . .
1 4 ,0 0 0
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
2 1 ,2 0 3
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ....
2 5 9 ,5 4 0
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
6 8 ,7 3 9
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
4 4 8 ,1 5 0
C ertified c h e c k s
75
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................
1 0 ,1 7 8
P o sta l s a v i n g s ....
2 4 ,1 2 9
L ia b ilitie s oth e r than
th o se a b o v e s t a t e d ..
223

00
00
67
6,4
36
53
00
61
99
51

230 02
10 00
3 ,5 0 2 35
3 4 ,0 8 9 00
1 ,0 5 2 44
$ 9 0 6 ,2 4 1 31

T o ta l ........................

$ 9 0 6 ,2 4 1 31

Cumberland— Island City State Bank.
L E W I S L A R S O N , President.
J O H N D. O L S O N , V ice President.

A . L . M O R K E N , Cashier.
S. L . L A R S O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A lbert Johnson,
L. A . Reese.

L ew is L arson,
A.
L . M orken,
John D. Olson,

E S T A B L I S H E D IN 1896.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 20, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 2 5 3 ,9 7 6 01
1 ,5 7 4 30

1 6 ,4 6 6
6 ,0 0 0
4 ,0 0 0
2 ,4 0 0
3 3 .1 1 9

28
00
00
00
11

Capital stock paid in . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$25,000 00
5,600 00
3 ,9 5 5

59

9 8 ,3 2 8 44
1 4 4 ,0 1 5 03
3 4 ,7 5 6 95
1 1 ,3 5 9

30

1 ,6 0 9 92
295 00
330 95
3 ,1 1 9 00
124 74
$ 3 2 3 ,0 1 5 31

T o ta l

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

$ 3 2 3 ,0 1 5 31

116

REPORT

OP THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O P B A N K IN G

Cumberland— State Bank of Cumberland.
P.
W . M IL L E R , President.
E. L. M IL L E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.

A . H . M IL L E R , Cashier.
E. M. M IL L E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . H . M ille r,
E . L. M iller.

P. W . M iller,
E. M. M ille r,

E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 8, 1883.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 12, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1 9 1 ».
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B ankin g- h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er real e sta te ow n ed
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and ca sh it e m s ............
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 ^ 0 ,5 4 2 54
3 ,1 0 6 63

1 4 3 ,2 9 8
1 0 ,7 1 5
2 ,3 0 0
8 ,1 8 6

00
17
00
75

9 1 ,1 7 5 74
1 ,0 4 9 40
1 ,5 5 5 35

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,7 2 4 15
9 ,6 6 3 21
2 5 2 ,7 7 8

61

3 3 9 ,4 7 1 72
1 3 4 ,2 9 2 83
1 0 ,9 1 5 77

5 ,5 0 1 00
415 71
$ 8 0 7 ,8 4 6 29

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

$ 8 0 7 ,8 4 6 29

Curtiss— Curtiss State Bank.
O L E T H O M P S O N , President.
B . B. G R E E N , V ice President.

T.
B. P E T E R M A N , C ash ier.
V I O L E T A . G IE B E L , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Ole Thom pson,
C. J. K arsten.

T. B. Peterm an,
B.
B. Green,
P. W . L aab s,

.

E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 23, 1912.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s .
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
.a n d cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ' ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 6 8 ;0 8 6 20
960 22

2 ,3 4 7 00
2 ,1 0 0 00
1 ,1 0 0 00
1 2 ,5 2 0 22
1 ,1 3 8 47
25 00
609 70
4 ,2 9 9 00
43 25
$ 1 9 3 ,2 2 9 06

C apital stock paid in . . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . ............
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p osit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................
L ia b ilitie s oth e r than
th o se a b o v e s t a t e d ..
L o n g ac c o u n t .................

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,5 8 2 46
1 1 2 ,9 8 8

73

49,,490 51
1 1 ,6 8 4 22
78 51
386 89
17 74

$ 1 9 3 ,2 2 9 06

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

117

Cushing— Bank of Cushing. *
H A R R Y D. B A K E R , P re sid e n t.
O L E G U L L IC K S O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

H a r r y D. B a k e r,
Ole G u llic k so n ,
C h rist P. P e te rso n ,

W A L T E R L A R S O N , C ashier.
M. H A M M E R S T R O M , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E m il C a sp erson ,
C. F . Peterson.

E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 4,7, 1914.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s of in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

$ 1 6 6 ,3 7 7 41
1 ,8 7 9 86

1 8 ,5 1 7
2 ,1 1 0
2 ,9 4 4
749

15
00
66
25

1 7 ,7 0 9 24
616 26
355 00
455 65

Capital stock paid in . . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d . . . . . . . . .
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ...................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,7 6 2

56

6 1 ,1 4 3

89

4 9 ,2 3 3 42
6 2 ,9 9 1 14
1 ,9 5 7 42
1 8 ,0 0 0 00

2 ,2 3 9 00
134 95
$ 2 1 4 ,0 8 8 43

T o ta l

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

$ 2 1 4 ,0 8 8 43

Cylon— State Bank of Cylon.
O.
A. S W E N B Y , P re sid e n t.
J O H N F . M C N A M A R A , V ice Pres.

T. A . D O W D , C ash ier.
R . T. C A S E Y , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
John F . M cN a m a ra ,
P e te r R a s s m u s s e n .

H . A . F rey,
L . J. A dgate,

E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 9, 1916.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s of in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fr o m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
E x p e n se in te re st p a id .
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 8 6 ,8 6 4 69
369 97

2 ,4 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,3 0 3 96
5 ,4 5 3 .5 2
1 ,4 2 0 20

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
sta n d in g ...........................
In te r e st and e x c h a n g e .

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
3 6 ,4 2 5 37
3 8 ,5 9 7 30
1 7 ,2 9 6 22
451 47
2 ,7 7 7 30

153 82
1 ,0 1 0 00
266 25
1 ,3 9 3
135
20
2 ,7 5 6

00
86
00
39

$ 1 0 7 ,0 4 7 66

T o ta l

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

$ 1 0 7 ,0 4 7 66

118

REPORT

OF THE

*
C.
M.
F.

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Dallas— Bank of Dallas.

J. B O R U M , President.
L . R A N D A L L , V ice President.
L. V A N S IC K L E , 2nd V ic e P res.

A. N Y S T R O M , C ashier.
T. N . H A L V E R S O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. J. Borum ,
F . W . Borum ,
C. C. Coe,

G. R . B o ru m ,
F . L. V an Sickle,
M. L . R andall.
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 12, 1902.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 28, 1903.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R e so u rc e s.
L ia b ilitie s .
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
$ 2 9 0 ,1 6 6 66 C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
426 89 S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifiU n divided profits, le ss
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
ta x e s paid ......................
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
303 00 Individual deposits, subB a n k in g house ...............
1 ,8 0 0 00
je c t to ch e.ck .............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
1 ,3 7 5 00 T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e Due fr o m ap p roved r e p o sit ............................... .
se rv e b a n k s .................
2 1 ,9 5 3 97 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
D u e fr o m oth er b a n k s .
9 ,0 7 4 14 C ertified c h e c k s ...............
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u tand c a sh it e m s ............
114 55
s t a n d i n g ...........................
Gold coin .............................
1 ,4 6 0 00
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
551 30
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
4 ,8 4 5 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
64 95
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
37 18
T o ta l

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

$ 3 3 2 ,1 7 2 64

T o ta l

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

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,9 1 5

60

8 9 ,3 6 4

16

1 9 0 ,1 8 2 97
2 8 ,9 0 6 46
8 00
7 ,7 9 5

45

$ 3 3 2 ,1 7 2 64

Dalton— Dalton State Bank.
(P . O. K ingston)
R O B E R T D A L T O N , President.
B E R T L O V E L A N D , V ice President.
W . R. J E N K IN S , 2nd V ic e P res.

E. D IX O N . C a sh ier
E. D. W I L L I A M S , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R o b e r t D a lto n ,
F re d C o u ck son .
W a lt e r R . J e n k in s,
M a th e w H u m p h r e y ,
E. .D ix o n ,
B ert Loveland
F re d Sem ple,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 2, 1913.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 1 1 2 ,3 0 0 09
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
1 7 ,0 0 0 00
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
1 0 ,6 5 1 72
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
2 ,5 0 0 00
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
1 ,7 2 5 00
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e h a n k s .................
1 7 ,5 2 3 43
C h ec k s on oth e r h a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
271 60
G old coin ............................. '
155 00
S ilv e r c o i n ........................ .
850 55
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..............
4 ,4 5 0 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ..........
128 46
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 6 7 ,5 5 5 85

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p osit ..................................

T o ta l

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,6 8 6 06
6 00
4 1 ,5 2 6 23
1 1 1 ,8 3 7 56

$ 1 6 7 ,5 5 5 85

REPORTS

OB'1 S T A T E

BANKS

119

Danbury— Danbury State Bank.
A . J. W E N T Z E L L . President.
T. B . B E T T S . V ice President.

A. M. B R O O K S , C ash ier.
P. C. B R O O K S , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A.
J. W en tzell.
N . C. Dunn,
T . B. Betts.
W i l l M arsh .
A.
M. Brooks,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 16, 1916.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re an d fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d re se rve b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............

$ 8 4 ,6 8 5 36
736 83

3 ,4 3 0 00
3 ,1 5 0 00
1 ,4 8 2 50
3 ,2 9 1 95
1 ,2 6 1 83
32 50
819 05

S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

786 00
64 41
$ 9 9 ,7 4 0 43

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
tax e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ............
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e p osit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................
N o te s and b ills re d iscou n ted ................. ..
B ills p a y a b le ...................
T o ta l ........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,7 0 0 00
249 52
3 ,5 7 7 56
5 0 ,2 7 0 41
1 0 ,5 6 4 92
3 ,0 8 5 78
1 ,0 4 1

73

1 5 ,2 0 0 00
3 ,0 5 0 51
$ 9 9 ,7 4 0 ,43

Dane— State Bank of Dane.
M O’ D W Y E R , President.
L A W S O N B R E N T O N , V ic e P res.
M.
O ’D w yer,
J. K . Stevenson,
E. F . D e Bow er,
F e rd in a n d M a c k g r a f,

E. P. D E B O W E R , Cashier.
T . I. D E B O W E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L aw son Brenton,
J. W . D uff,
E d w a rd K e rin .

E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 15, 1911.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s ..................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
Gold coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 9 7 ,3 6 2 24
3 ,1 2 9 63
5 ,7 0 0 00

1 9 ,1 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U nd ivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 1 2 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,8 3 3

13

5 1 ,6 8 4 53
2 0 4 ,3 7 5 62
4 ,0 3 0 48

4 1 ,1 7 8 89
903 16
1 ,0 2 0 00
254 55
3 ,2 2 4 00
51 29
$ 2 7 6 ,9 2 3 76

T o ta l

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

$ 2 7 6 ,9 2 3 76

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THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Darien— The Farmers State Bank of Darien.
R.

S. Y O U N G , President.

J. R . E A G A N , Cashier.
L E O N C. P IP E R , A sst. Cashier
D IR E C T O R S .
H . F rank,
j . R. Eagan.

R.
S. Y oung,
John Piper,

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1897.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r

17, 1 9 1 9 .

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

$ 1 8 6 ,7 2 0 82
233 99
1 3 ,0 0 0 00

1 1 ,5 1 5 20
2 ,7 0 0 00
3 8 ,1 0 8 39
110 00
1 ,0 9 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d c e rtifica te s of
d ep osit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S av in g’s d e p osits . .

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,5 3 7 09
1,41,191 02
1 2 ,7 5 3

89

5 7 ,0 4 0 61
1 5 ,0 8 4 74

6 ,0 4 0 00
88 95

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

$ 2 5 9 ,6 0 7 35

T o ta l

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

$ 2 5 9 ,6 0 7

35

Darlington— La Fayette County State Bank.
S. P. N E L S O N , President.
T. E. Q U IN N , V ice President.
S. P. Nelson,
T. E. Quinn,
W a lte r V an M atre,
G. Z. Roselip,
Patrick M cDonald,

C. M. L U N D , Cashier.
E. F . L U N D , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Jas. G. K ilkelly,
F re d L e n e n b e rg e r,
P. B . Nelson,
•
John Steiner.

E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 10, 1917.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ..............
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old coin .....................
S ilv e r coin . . . ' ...................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 3 6 ,3 1 4 57
274 87

7 ,4 1 9 28
2 ,7 5 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
00
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
1 ,0 8 1 56
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ......................
9 1 ,1 9 5 76
D em and ce rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit ...................................
8 3 ,6 9 1 57

4 7 ,0 0 2 84
335 27
184 59
60 00
1 ,8 0 1 35
4 ,6 2 6 00
200 12
$ 2 0 0 ,9 6 8

89

T o ta l

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

$ 2 0 0 ,9 6 8 89

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

121

Deerfield— Bank of Deerfield.
A. H . H O F F M A N , P re sid e n t.
F R A N K D R A E G E R , V ice President.

-

H . B. F A R G O , C ashier.
A . C. BRICTiSON, A s s t. C a sh ie r

D IR E C T O R S .
F rank D raeger,
A . C. B ric tso n .

A . H . H offm an,
H . B . F argo,
H . J. Q u am m en ,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 27, 1909.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds . . . r. . . .
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtificate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p roved re se rv e shanks .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rrency ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

$ 2 6 6 ,2 2 8 63
895 59
3 8 ,4 2 2 50

1 9 ,5 2 2 19
7 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,6 0 0 00
4 6 ,6 5 8

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided p rofits, less
cu rren t e xp e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . . .

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,2 0 6

48

9 9 ,0 3 5 21
2 5 1 ,1 8 3 28
2 ,9 6 9 54

66

2.82 57
1 ,8 8 0 00
1 ,3 0 4 05
1,4,45 00
155 32
$ 3 9 0 ,3 9 4 51

T o ta l

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

$ 3 9 0 ,3 9 4 51

Deer Park— State Bank of Deer Park.
W . E. W E B S T E R , President.

JN O . S A K R IS O N . Cashier.
S.
A . S A K R IS O N , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
E d. Sakrison.

W . E. W ebste r,
Jno. Sakrison,

E S T A B L IS H E D

OCTOBER

6, 1905.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 1 9 .
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
Due fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s .'..........
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
H. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 0 8 ,4 5 7 12
611 74

2 7 ,0 0 1 21
2 ,5 0 0 00
760 00
4 4 ,4 8 9 07
2 6 ,9 7 2 72

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
U n divided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e ­
p o sit ..................................
C ertified c h e c k s ...............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
907 73
8 3 ,2 4 6 64
8 3 ,6 1 6 9,4
2 6 ,3 0 1 27
4 ,7 8 6

32

24 17
607 50
943 30
1 ,3 3 8 00
154 07
$ 2 1 3 ,8 5 8 90

T otal

$ 2 1 3 ,8 5 8 90

122

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OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

De Forest— The De Forest State Bank.
T H O M A S F A R N E S S , President.
A . A . L I N D E , Cashier.
E . C. M E L A N D , V ic e P re sid e n t.
C. A . L IN D E , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H . P. Jam ieson,
A . A . Linde,
A . J. Jam ieson,
E. C. M elan d ,
Thos. F arness,
C. A . L in d e.
W . R . Chipman,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 2, 1902.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s of in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
D ue fro m ap p rove d re se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fr o m o th e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s . . . . . .
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rr e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 4 4 ,2 1 2 89
2 ,2 1 7 78
3 4 ,4 0 0 00

1 9 ,2 6 5 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
2 1 ,5 7 2 58
1 ,8 8 1 56

C a p ital s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ..................................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
O th er lia b ilitie s ............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,6 8 5 89
4 20
7 9 ,5 4 4

64

2 2 0 ,2 4 1 97
1 ,1 8 4 00
50 00

192 22
212 50
1 ,3 0 9 75
1 ,9 6 2 00
484 42
$ 3 3 0 ,7 1 0 70

T o ta l ........................

$ 3 3 0 ,7 1 0 70

Delavan— Citizens Bank of Delavan.
E. F . W I L L I A M S , President.
W . R . T O P P IN G , Cashier.
H . A . B R IG G S , V ice President.
E . M . A D A M S , A sst. Cashier.
‘
D IR E C T O R S .
E. F . W illia m s,
H ow ard W illia m s,
D. E . L a B a r,
W . R. Topping,
H . A . B riggs,
W . F . Fernholz,
J. H . Goodrich,
J. J. Phoenix.
W . H . Horton,
E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 24, 1875.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k in fe d e ra l re se rv e
b a n k ..................................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Due fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
house ................................
G old c o i n ...................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$ 7 5 7 ,6 7 6 92
3 ,2 3 1 28
5 1 ,7 7 0

66

,45,500 00
_
2 ,2 5 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d c e rtifica te s o f
d ep osit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .........
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
P o sta l s a v i n g s .................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 0 ,0 3 5

60

4 4 6 ,4 0 4 58
9 1 ,0 6 4

76

1 8 7 ,3 7 4 50
1 8 6 ,0 9 0 46
162 89

1 1 9 ,6 1 3 85
2 ,1 9 7 89
4 ,9 2 5

74

3 ,9 7 7 86
1 ,1 1 0 00
2 ,2 0 9 00
8 ,5 3 2 00
137 59

....... .. .............$ 1 ,0 1 6 .1 3 2 79

T o ta l

........................ $ 1 ,0 1 6 ,1 3 2 79

REPORTS

OF

STATE

123

BANKS

Delavan— Wisconsin State Bank.
A . H . K E N D R I C K , President.
.
A . R . D A H M S , C ash ier.
G. E . B A R K E R , V ice President. '
T. H . O’B R IE N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
C.
H . S H U L Z , V ice P resid en t.
D IR E C T O R S .
G. E . B arker,
P. G. Tanck,
C H . B arker,
A . H . Kendrick,
C. H . Shulz,
A . R . D a h m s,
A . R . S te w a rt,
I. B. D a v ie s.
M. E. C u sack ,
E S T A B L I S H E D 1855.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 25, 1903, under nam e o f B ank of
E.
L atim er & Co. Changed nam e to W isconsin State B ank
N ovem ber 1, 1911.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.

T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 4 7 0 ,8 3 6 10
1 ,0 1 8 70
3 4 ,1 3 8 74

3 3 ,7 0 0 00
1 1 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 1 1 ,0 8 1 44

C a p ita l sto c k p aid
i n ..
$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided p ro fits, le ss
cu rren t e xp en ses, and
ta x e s p a i d .................. . . .
2 7 ,8 6 1 $5
D iv id e n d s unp aid . . . . . .
4 00
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k
3 1 6 ,5 6 4
78
D e m a n d c e rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit ...................
440 06
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
1 0 5 ,8 0 3 14
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
1 5 4 ,8 3 8 48
.

R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue from , ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
house ................................
Gold coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
rency ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e ve n u e sta m p s ............

1 ,6 2 0 99
919 82
807 50
1 ,5 8 0 95
8 ,1 0 8 00
665 17
35 00
$ 6 8 0 ,5 1 2 ,41

T o ta l

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

$ 6 8 0 ,5 1 2 ,41

Denmark— Denmark State Bank.
J O H N F . E N Z , P re sid e n t.
G E O . G. D E B R O U X , C a sh ier.
JOS. F . K O N O P , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
M . J. F laherty,
Jno. F . Enz,
H A . D um dey,
John O. J o rg e n se n ,
F . W . K riw anek,
H en ry W ittig ,
Jos. F . k o n o p ,
Geo. G. D e Broux,
Jno. B artelm e,
_
„
E S T A B L I S H E D M A R C H 19, 1909.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
Gold c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 6 3 6 ,9 8 1 97
1 ,5 6 2 41
1 1 4 ,3 0 0 00

1 2 ,2 5 0 00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 6 ,6 7 2 89

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit . ................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00

10,000 00
6 ,4 9 7 08
24 00
2 0 2 ,3 6 8 06
5 4 0 ,1 2 6 90
3,4,159 31

2 3 ,0 4 9 18
38 12
510 00
1 ,2 0 3 91
1 1 ,3 7 3 00
233 87
$ 8 4 3 ,1 7 5 35

T o ta l

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

$ 8 4 3 ,1 7 5 35

124

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

De Pere— State Bank.
J, P. D O U S M A N , P re sid e n t.
J O H N A . K U Y P E R S , V ic e P re sid e n t.

C A R L G. SC O T T , C ash ier.
A . H . F I T Z G E R A L D , B ran ch M an.

D IR E C T O R S .
Jacob Falck
John A . K uypers,
R obert Crabb,
A . B. M cE ach ron ,

John Hockers,
J. P. Dousm an,
D. H . Gregory,
Peter Ruel,
W . T. S ch m itt,

E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E , 1878.
Incorporated as a State B ank October 22, 1889.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1915).
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Due fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and ca sh it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 7 2 2 ,7 5 3 23
1 ,0 1 3 49
1 5 1 ,9 9 8 86

7 3 ,4 0 0 00
1 6 ,1 5 0 00
8 ,2 8 0 00
1 7 2 ,5 6 0 27
5 ,3 5 6 54
1 8 ,0 0 5 88
4 ,3 7 2 50
1 ,2 8 6 65

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U nd ivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
D iv id en d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
Certified c h e c k s ...............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 2 ,2 8 6 53
5 ,3 0 3 27
304 00
3 9 3 ,6 7 8

84

341 8'3T2 64
2 9 5 ,7 1 3 82
1 ,0 0 0 00
159 00

1 9 ,8 4 7 00
253 68

........................ $ 1 ,1 9 5 ,2 7 8 10

T o ta l

........................ $ 1 ,1 9 5 ,2 7 8 10

De Soto— De Soto State Bank.
A . J. B R O A D H E A D , President.
C H A S . H . H A S K E L L , V ice President.
R.
C.
A.

R. p. L O F T U S , C ashier.
L O U IS F R I T Z , A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P. L oftus,
W m . Joseph,
H . H askell,
M. Steenberg.
J. Broadhead,
E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 23, 1904.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts . .........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c ertifi­
cate s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se . . . . . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er real esta te ow n ed
Due fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve b a n k s .................
Due fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
Gold coin . . . . . . . . . . . . .
S ilv e r coin . .........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 2 1 ,7 1 3 89
452 53

7 ,6 5 0
3 ,4 0 0
1 ,1 7 9
2 ,5 0 0

00
00
00
00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ............

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,2 4 7 63
6 4 ,2 1 3 21
1 7 0 ,8 3 0 19
3 8 ,9 9 9 55

1 9 ,2 5 2 69
2 9 ,5 6 8 87
90 90
510 00
962 05
1 ,9 1 8 00
92 65
$ 2 8 9 ,2 9 0 58

T o ta l ........................

$ 2 8 9 ,2 9 0 58

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

125

Dodge— First State Bank of Dodge.
M.
M.

J. K U L A S , President.
D. B R O M , V ice President.

S.
L osinski,
M.
J. K ulas,
J. P. Brzezm ski,
J. B . Literski',

F . W . L A W R E N C E , C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. F . Brom ,
M. D. Brom ,
Andrew H oesley.

E S T A B L IS H E D

DECEMBER

4, 1914.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1 9 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

$ 1 1 9 ,2 8 4 33
1 ,4 6 2 86
636 84
1 ,6 1 1 50
2 ,3 2 5

80

570 16
200 00
396 75
693 00
97 42
$ 1 2 7 ,2 7 8 66

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
2 ,0 0 0
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
816
ta x e s paid ...................
Due to b a n k s — d e p o s its
3 ,3 1 2
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...
2 5 ,1 0 8
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
3 9 ,8 3 7
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
4 2 ,8 5 0
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
3 ,3 5 3
T o ta l .........................

00
00
25
77
86
43
24
11

$ 1 2 7 ,2 7 8 66

Dodgeville— City and Farmers Bank.
W M . D IC K IN S O N , President.
J O H N T. W I L L I A M S , V ice President.

W m . Dickinson,
V.
T . W illia m s,
John T . W illia m s,

V . T . W I L L I A M S , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M att Ruppert,
Joe Peterson.

E S T A B L I S H E D D E C E M B E R 16, 1889.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 3, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on o th e r b a n k s
an d cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ..........................
U. S and n a tio n a l c u r­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 5 8 ,2 8 2 09
1 ,6 2 3 71

1 6 ,3 5 8 50
9 , 0 0 0 00
1 ,3 0 0 00
3 5 ,1 8 8 11
734 47
1 ,6 8 5 00
1 ,5 4 4 65

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d . . . .............
U n d ivid ed profits, less
cu rren t ex p en ses and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e ­
p o sit ..................................
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00

2 , 000 00
1 ,7 8 5 14
510 00
,9 6 ,7 6 4

04

1 0 3 ,6 9 7 42
1 ,2 3 1 29

4 ,9 3 0 00
341 36
$ 2 3 0 ,9 8 7 89

T o ta l

$ 2 3 0 ,9 8 7 89

126

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Dodgeville— Strong’s Bank.
O R V IL L E S T R O N G , President.

T. M. S T R O N G , Cashier.
H.
C. S T R O N G , A sst. Cashier.
A R T H U R S T R O N G , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A rthur Strong,
H . C. Strong.

Orville Strong,
T.
M . Strong,

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 8, 1881.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 5, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

u o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r if t s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 6 3 6 ,2 0 3 38
2 ,5 2 0 57
4 3 ,8 4 7 50

1 2 8 ,0 9 5 00
1 2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,6 0 0 00
1 3 8 ,3 2 1 45
9 ,8 8 7 74
2 ,8 5 0 00
1 ,8 2 7 45

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ............ . . .
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ............ .. .
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p o sit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ................................••
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C a sh ie r’ s, ch e ck s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 8 0 ,0 0 0 00
2-0,000 00
3 ,7 4 1 04
3 6 ,0 4 1 25
2 7 3 ,3 6 4 80
125 00
4 6 0 ,5 9 4 53
9 9 ,1 6 7 18
1 1 ,1 3 3

18

6 ,8 1 7 00
196 89
$ 9 8 4 ,1 6 6 98

T o ta l .................................................

$ 9 8 4 ,1 6 6 98

Dorchester— Dorchester State Bank.
C. E . B L O D G E T T , President.
B E R T W E L L S , V ice President.

C. E . Blodgett,
Herrn. M arquardt,
F . W . C h ase,

H . A . M A U R E R , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H . A . M aurer,
B ert W e lls ,
F r a n k H ie b sch .

E S T A B L IS H E D

A U G U S T 29, 1906.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ......................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y . . .........................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 2 3 ,8 5 2 09
1 ,1 4 5 55
4 8 ,6 0 7 25

4 9 ,7 2 6 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
3, 0 0 0 00
2 3 5 ,1 4 7 24
300 00
966 80

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ....................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . 1 ............
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g .............................

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
8 , 0 0 0 00
1 1 ,1 6 3

18

3 4 9 ,3 6 4

38

1 3 5 ,6 7 3 34
4 4 ,2 1 7 05
3 ,2 2 0

00

5 , 7 9 0 00
103 02
$ 5 7 1 ,6 3 7 95

T o ta l

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

$ 5 7 1 ,6 3 7 95

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

127

Dousman— Dousman State Bank.
O.
L.

A . O L S O N , President.
J. A . O L S O N , Cashier.
J. B IS C H E L , V ice President.
G EO . A . M A R T IN , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
L.
J. Blschel,
G. A . M artin,
Oscar A . Olson,
N ic Mundschau.
John W . W illia m s,
E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 14, 1906.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
State,
municipal
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved rese rv e b a n k s .................
Due fro m oth er b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and national curre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

$ 1 9 5 ,0 5 1 38
2 ,5 2 5 63
1 9 ,5 8 4 00

8 ,3 3 8 85
2 ,0 5 0 40
2 ,9 9 6 63
4 3 ,1 3 2 14
471 03

L ia b ilitie s .
Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id en d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of dep osit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
Cashier’s
checks
outs t a n d i n g ...........................

$ 2 0 , 0 0 0 00
7 ,0 0 0 Q0
5 ,5 2 8 01
360 00
8 6 ,5 6 1 89
1 3 7 ,2 1 8 34
2 3 ,5 7 8 18
47 00

1 ,2 4 7 56
467 50
1 ,3 4 3 15
2 ,9 2 7 00
158 15
$2 8 0 ,2 9 3 ,42

T o ta l

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

$ 2 8 0 ,2 9 3

42

Downing— Bank of Downing.
D. C. C O O L ID G E , President.
E D W . C. W A G N E R , C a sh ier.
L. H . R O C K W E L L , JR., V ic e P res.
I L A O. W I L L I A M S , A s s t. C a sh ie r
D IR E C T O R S .
D.
C. Coolidge,
L . H . Rockw ell, Jr.
E d w . C. W a g n e r ,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 1, 1901.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u gu st 22, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess.
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er re al e sta te ow ned
Due from approved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue from oth e r b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
Gold coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and national curre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
In su ra n c e ,
reven u e
sta m p s and oth e r cash
ite m s ..................................
B u ild in g ac c o u n t ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

. . . y ...............

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 8 0 ,1 9 7 36
1 ,6 2 8 73
1 6 ,1 5 0 00

1 8 ,2 3 3 ,
1 ,5 0 0
3 ,0 2 5
1 ,7 9 5

27

00
00
00

3 6 ,1 0 7 86
1 ,4 7 8 78
1 ,0 7 1 63
1 ,3 7 5 00
1 ,4 7 5 30

Capital stock paid in . . . .
S urplus fund ...................
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............ ..
Due to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates! of deposit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0

00

800 00

1 ,418 43
1 3 ,7 5 0 08
8 9 ,0 9 4 36
8 0 ,8 4 5 09
6 9 ,6 1 2 89
2 ,9 3 8

20

$ 2 7 3 ,4 5 9

05

-

2 ,9 8 5 00
45 49
1, 409 13
4 ,9 8 1 50
$ 2 7 3 ,4 5 9

05

T o ta l

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

REPORT

.28

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Downsville— Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
H . L . K Y L E , President.
J O H N R O T H , V ice President.

S. H . F E L D M A N , C ashier.
A . F. F E L D M A N , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A lex . N orb,
S. H . F eldm an.

R.
W . Loom is,
H . L . K yle ,
John Roth,

E S T A B L I S H E D M A Y 21, 1917.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ............ ..............
U. S. bonds, U. S. ce rtific a te s of in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved reDue fro m oth er b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and national curren cv ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 5 0 ,4 8 2 51
170 57

1 0 ,8 5 8 18
2 ,7 5 0 00
2', 750 00
2 2 ,8 6 5
6 ,7 3 2

63
90

Capital stock paid in . . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of dep osit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ............
Cashier’s
checks
outs t a n d i n g ...........................

$1 0 , 0 0 0

00
1 , 1 0 0 00

3 ,9 8 9

39

8 8 ,8 1 1

15

8 2 ,6 1 2
5 ,1 7 5

96
07

6 ,7 5 1 00

206 99
170 00
262 55
1 ,0 8 2 00
108 24
$ 1 9 8 ,4 3 9

57

T o ta l

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

$1 9 8 ,4 3 9

57

Doylestown— Doylestown State Bank.
P.
F . B R E E N . President.
F R E D W U E T H R I C K , V ice president.

W . J. K I R L E Y , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G. W . Jurgerson,
F red W uethrick.

T.
J. K ehoe,
P. F . Breen,
W.
J. K irley,

E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 17, 1915.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
State,
m unicipal
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............

F u r n i t u r e an d fix t u r e s .
Due from approved re­
se rv e h a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
a nd cash it e m s . . . . . .

G o ld c o i n ....................
S ilver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N i c k e l s and c e n t s .........

P a y m e n t s m a d e on c u s ­
t o m e r s l i b e r t y b on d s
T o ta l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 9 1 ,1 0 3

73

2 2 ,1 3 5

00

5 ,5 4 5
2 ,7 5 0

00
00

2,010

98

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates o f de­
p osit . ................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,8 0 0 00
2 ,9 6 7

14

3 5 ,7 5 9

80

1 0 9 ,0 1 4 45
536 30

3 2 ,8 1 4 58
84 21
215 00
436 95
3 ,2 4 7 00
70 49
664 75
$ 1 6 1 ,0 7 7 69

T o ta l

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

$ 1 6 1 ,0 7 7 69

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

129

Dresser Junction— Bank of Dresser Junction.
H A R R Y D. B A K E R , President.
C H A S . T U R N B U L L , V ice President.

A . H . W E I N H A R D T , Cashier.
H A Z E L E. N E L S O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H a rry D„ Baker,
R obert Soderburg,
A.
E . Anderson,
C has. T u rn b u ll,
Charles Lundberg,
A n to n N elson .
John E. Buss,
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 30, 1915.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtificate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue from approved reserve b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
an d cash it e m s ............
(lolrl <?oin .............................
S ilver c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national curren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . v . .
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 2 3 ,0 0 6 58
1 ,0 1 7 53

1 7 ,7 0 4
2 ,4 0 0

85

00
2 , 2 0 0 00

2 2 ,1 3 6 06
864 06
55 00
240 20

Capital stock paid in . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..........
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ............
D ue to b a n k s — d ep osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
Tim e certificates of dep o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p osits . .
Cashier’s
checks
outs t a n d i n g .................

$ 1 0 , 0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,7 0 7 33
180 00
6 2 ,8 0 3

04

5 5 ,6 6 0 13
4 0 ,6 9 1 88
168 43

4 ,0 1 3 00
73 53
$ 1 7 3 ,7 1 0

81

T o ta l

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

$ 1 7 3 ,7 1 0 81

Durand— Bank of Durand.
H . M. A E L A D Y , P re sid e n t.
G E O R G E T A R R A N T , V ice President.

J O S E P H W E B E R Cashier.
J O H N G IL L M O R E , A sst. Cashier

D IR E C T O R S .
N.
A. M cM a h o y ,
H . M . A e la d y ,
Geo. T arran t,
H . P. N icklas,
W . A . Gillmore,
Joseph W eber.
M.
H . C onall,
E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 20, 1884.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r

17. 1 9 1 9 .

R esou rces.

. L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
s e rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
E xchanges for clearing
h o u se ...............................
G old coin .............................
S ilver c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
ren cy ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 6 8 1 ,8 1 5 58
1 ,7 4 1 fil

T o ta l ........................

$ 9 1 7 ,6 0 0 97

9— B.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

2 4 ,5 2 5

00

3 8 ,1 0 0 00
1 2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,3 7 3 67
1 3 5 ,2 6 1 42
5 ,3 5 0 47
2 ,0 0 2

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
S urplus fu n d ...................
5 0 ,0 0 0
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
4 ,7 9 5
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .
2 1 8 ,8 2 4
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
5 6 2 ,0 7 6
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . . .
2 3 ,2 8 0
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................
8 ,6 2 4

00
00
75
57
16
48
01

74

942 01
3 ,5 6 0 00
1 ,3 9 0 70
7 ,7 7 5 00
263 17
.

T o ta l .........................

$ 9 1 7 ,6 0 0 97

130

REPORT

O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Eagle— Bank of Eagle.
H . M. L O IB L , President.
E. J. L IN S , V ice President.

L O U IS E H . L IN S , C ashier.
I.
H . E N G E B R E T S E N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
P. Kloppenburg,'
E. B. Abendroth.

H . M. Loihl,
E.
J. Lins,
W . H . Tuvhy,

E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T , 1901.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 29, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U- S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifica te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved rese rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n .................. . . . .
U. S. and national curre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 0 5 ,2 6 2 43
894 94
3 , 500 00

4 5 ,7 4 7 97
2 ,8 5 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus Fund . . . . . .
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ............
D iv id en d s unp aid .
Individual deposits, subje c t to ch eck . . . .
Tim e certificates of dep o sit ........................
Certified ch e ck s . . .

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,1 8 6 24
57 00
1 1 6 ,0 3 7 70
1 7 0 ,0 6 4 66
2 2 ,4 8 2 40

6 1 ,1 7 8 89
1 ,3 3 8 73
385 00
1 ,9 5 3 15
6 ,1 6 3 00
53 89
$ 3 3 1 ,8 2 8

00

T o ta l

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

$ 3 3 1 ,8 2 8

00

Eagle River— Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
F I N N L A W L E R , President.
N . M. E M M O N S , V ice President.

C. H . W I E S A N D , C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F inn L aw ler,
N . M . Em m ons,
E. E. A dam s,

F. J. Strong,
W m . Persohn,
Oscar Gunderson,

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 20, 1916

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtificate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue from oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
Gold coin .............................
S ilver coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ...........
L ib e r ty loan a c c o u n t .. .
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 1 0 ,3 1 9 96
435 42

1 2 ,9 0 0 00
1 ,1 7 7 22
2 7 ,6 1 6 21
1 3 ,6 2 5 35
786 05

20 00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Surplus fund ...................
U n divid ed profits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
D iv id en d s unpaid ..........
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e posit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ............
W a r loan d ep osit a c cou n t ................................

$ 1 0 , 0 0 0 00
300 00
3 ,4 7 9

53

6 00
8 8 ,5 4 9

14

3 8 ,5 7 3 08
2 9 ,8 9 8 99

1 0 , 0 0 0 00

1 ,2 4 7 75
8 ,2 5 3 00
105 11
4 ,3 2 0 67
$ 1 8 0 ,8 0 6 74

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 8 0 ,8 0 6 74

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

131

Eagle River— State Bank of Eagle River.
M A R G A R E T M c K E N Z I E , President.
F R E D M O R E Y , V ice President.

A . M c K E N Z I E , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M argaret M cK enzie,
A . M cKenzie.
Fred M orey,
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 3, 1891.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 14, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, I# 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er real e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p roved re se rve b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth-er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ........................ : .
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 6 2 ,6 0 0 39
612 79

2 ,4 5 2
1 ,5 0 0
1 ,7 0 7
622

21
00
10
28

C a p ita l sto c k paid in . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
Tim,e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................

$ 1 0 , 0 0 0 00
1 ,0 6 0 00
3 ,2 3 7

14

9 8 ,2 4 2 87
4 8 ,3 0 9

07

$ 1 6 0 ,8 4 9

08

7 6 ,6 9 4 63
1 ,1 1 8 28
1 ,0 6 1 87
560 00
1 ,3 0 0 00
1 0 ,5 1 2 00
107 53
$16 0 ,8 4 9

08

T o ta l ........................

Eastman— State Bank of Eastman.
.T. S. E A R L L , P re sid e n t.
I.
A . L A R S E N , V ice President.

H . E. P IE R , Cashier.
M A R G A R E T L E C H N I R , A s s t. Cash.

D IR E C T O R S .
Geo, H . Finney,
H en ry Otto,
J.
C. E rtel,
I. A . Larsen,
W a lte r Seidel,
C. E. K ram er.
J.
S. E a r ll,
E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 19, 1910.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth er s e ­
cu ritie s .............................
B a n k in g house ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
O th er real e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s ..................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and c a sh i t e m s . . . „ .
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
• T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 1 2 ,1 5 2 20
3 ,2 6 5 17
5 ,6 6 5 00

1 2 ,4 5 3 86
745
2 ,1 9 6
1 ,2 8 8
4 0 ,7 1 4
2 9 ,7 0 5

00
39
27
80

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
tax e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to .c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e­
p o sit ..................................
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
258 88
6 2 ,1 2 3 59
1 3 6 ,8 7 1

61

403 00

77

2 ,9 1 0 50
302 50
918 95
770 00
68 67
$ 2 1 3 ,1 5 7 08

T o ta l

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

$ 2 1 3 ,1 5 7 08

132

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

East Troy— Farm ers’ and Merchants’ Bank.
J. F . J U D E , President.

M. J. P O W E R S , Cashier,
r. J. O ’L E A R Y , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. F . Jude,
B. F . Ludtke,
T. J. O’L eary,
John J. Crosswaite,
F.
J. Rice,
• Chas. T a ft.
E. J. Crane,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 6 , 1912.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtificate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
Exchangees .fo r c le a r in g
house ................................
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

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

• L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 5 6 ,5 4 6 62
889 96
2 5 ,4 0 0 00

1 ,6 5 0 00
4 ,7 2 5 83
4 ,7 6 3 12
2 2 ,2 0 7

16

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..........
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
tax es paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e ce rtifica te s o'l d e p osit ........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits . .
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u ts t a n d i n g ................. . . . .
B ills p a y a b le ..........

$ 2 0 , 0 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,7 8 4 08
8 7 ,1 2 9

62

1 0 5 ,5 3 8
7 3 ,2 1 9

05
99

1 ,,407 95
4 0 ,0 0 0 00

660 63
2 ,2 7 2 99
345 00
684 00
1 0 ,3 3 7 00
97 38
$ 3 3 0 ,5 7 9

69

T o ta l

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

$ 3 3 0 ,5 7 9

69

East Troy— State Bank of East Troy.
J. P. C H A F I N , President.
E D W . B. R O H L E D E R , V ice Pres.
J. P. Chafin,
E dw . B . Rohleder,

H . E. H E N R Y , Cashier.
E D W . B. R O H L E D E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H . E . H en ry.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y

2, 1892

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds. U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
C'-ud coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 4 4 ,1 2 3 32
9 ,5 0 0

00

1 8 ,1 1 3 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,6 7 5 00
4 9 ,7 4 2 08

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ................. .. .
Individual \ deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ............
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,8 2 1 82
1 1 3 ,4 5 3 45
1 3 9 ,8 7 0 56
1 3 7 ,1 9 8 52
7 ,6 5 7

65

1 ,4 1 3 01
590 00
2 ,2 1 1 75
6 ,4 9 9 00
134 84
$ 4 3 9 ,0 0 2 00

T o ta l

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

$ 4 3 9 ,0 0 2 00

REPORTS

OF STATE

133

BANKS

Eau Claire— Eau Claire Savings Bank.
W . K . C O F F IN , President.
C. W . L O C K W O O D , Vice President.

C. W . D IN G E R , Cashier.
J O H N B A U M A N , A sst. Cashier.
C. H . C H A R L S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. W . Lockwood,
A . J. M arsh,
M. B. H u b b ard ,
C. W . D in g e r.

W . K . Cdffln,
D. M . D ulany,
A . J. K eith ,
B. G. Proctor,
T. B . K eith,
E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R

24, 1906.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
' E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
house
......................
G old coin ............................’
S ilv e r C o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 9 1 7 ,0 4 7 97
1 ,7 5 3 92
4 9 ,5 6 4 87

5 6 ,2 0 6
1 8 ,0 0 0
6 ,7 0 3
4 ,2 6 6

00
00
54
70

1 2 9 ,1 7 2 75
3 ,6 8 3

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n divided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
Saving’s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s ...............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
P o sta l s a v i n g s .................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00

2 2 , 0 0 0 00
3 ,7 9 0 00
4 2 6 ,8 4 1 62
2 4 0 ,2 1 5 60
4 7 9 ,3 9 6 49
2 ,7 5 5 04
1 ,7 3 8 94
1 ,3 2 1 30

96

1 6 ,3 0 9 88
2 ,6 7 2 50
3 ,5 1 5 09
1 8 ,8 5 3 00
308 81

T o ta l ........................ $ 1 ,2 2 8 ,0 5 8 99

T o ta l .........................$ 1 ,2 2 8 ,0 5 8 99

Eau Claire— Union Savings Bank.
K.
R O S H O L T , President.
B. R . S C H W A H N C a sh ier.
H S, S T R A N D N E S S , V ice President.
W M . J. S E L B A C H , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
B.
A . Buffington,
H . T . L ange,
G. W\ Roberston,
Geo. L . Blum ,
H . S. Strandness,
George B . W h eeler,
S G Moon
John Drum m ond,
W . L . D avis,
E. B . Ingram
K . Rosholt,
H . F . Schlegelmilch.
L. S. H a y e s’E S T A B L I g H B D D E C E M B E R

17, 1906.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cates of in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
serv e b a n k s ..................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er h a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G o ld -co in ............
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
C a n ad ian cu rren cy . . .
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 6 2 4 ,6 0 7 37
1 ,5 0 9 09

3 5 ,2 2 4 71
1 2 ,5 0 0 00
4 ,1 8 5 00
1 8 ,6 2 6 08
6 0 ,§ 1 1 61
1 6 ,9 7 1 20
1 ,5 0 5 00
1 ,3 9 7 90

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid .................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p osits
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C ertified c h e c k s ...............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,7 4 7 92
7 2 ,7 6 3 32
61 00
3 2 7 ,7 1 7 70
1 6 7 ,4 4 1 7.4
1 4 7 ,8 8 5 69
518 87
5 ,4 8 4 72

1 0 ,9 9 4 00
45 18
143 82
$ 7 8 8 ,6 2 0 96

T o ta l

$ 7 8 8 ,6 2 0 96

134

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Eden— Eden State Bank.
W I L L I A M N A S T , President.
M A R T IN K A E D I N G , V ice President.

J O H N H I L L E B R A N D , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. W . .N ast,
H erm an A . K aeding.

W illia m N ast,
M artin K aedin g,
George Flood,
E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 11, 1910..

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house . . . . . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
O th er re a l e sta te ow ned
Due fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ..................
G old c o m .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . ,
C u s to m e r s ’ lia b ility on
lib e r ty b o n d s .................
R e v e n u e s t a m p s ...............
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 5 0 ,7 9 1 80
33387
6 9 ,1 4 2 50

1 0 ,6 6 4
4 ,2 0 0
3 ,1 5 9
9 ,7 5 7

72
00
25
60

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n divided p ro fits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d e p osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p osits ............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,6 5 7

79

1 0 0 ,5 3 3

72

8 9 ,0 0 2 12
1 0 0 ,8 9 4 49

5 9 ,8 1 0 13
137 50
4 4 2 05
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 5 9 20

4 6 7 50
22 00
$ 3 1 3 ,0 8 8 12

T o ta l

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

$ 3 1 3 ,0 8 8 12

Edgar— The Bank of Edgar.
A. W . P U C H N E R , President.
H . G. F L I E T H , V ice President.

W M . C. S E IM , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. C. De Long,
O. G. Fehlhaber.

H . G. Flieth,
A . W . Puchner,
W m . C. Seim,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R , 1902.
In c o rp o ra te d as a S ta te B a n k A u g u s t 20, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
Gold coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
A d v a n c e d on bonds fo r
c u sto m e rs ......................
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 5 2 ,6 1 4 26
3 ,8 0 3 99
,4,000 00

3 8 ,4 3 3 49
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
6 1 ,9 5 0 62
691 78
1 ,1 7 0 00
1 ,1 4 8 10

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
$ 4 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d . . . . . . . . .
1 2 ,0 0 0
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s an d
ta x e s paid ......................
2 ,9 1 2
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...
1 5 9 ,1 4 5
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e ­
p o sit ..................................
2 0 9 ,0 3 1
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ...........
6 3 ,4 9 9
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...................... , .
577

00
00
19
02
18

86

50

7 , 1 0 1 00
252 51

1 , 0 0 0 00
$ 4 8 7 ,1 6 5 75

T o ta l

$ 4 8 7 ,1 6 5 75

REPORTS

OF STATE

135

BANKS

Edgerton— Tobacco Exchange Bank.
W . S. H E D D L B S , P re sid e n t.
W M . B U S S E Y , V ic e P re sid e n t.
L.
J. D IC K IN S O N , 2nd V ic e Pres.

A . H . J E N S O N , C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . S. H eddles,
D. L . Babcock,
W m . B u ssey,
C. G. Biederm ,an,
W . A . Shelley,
A . H . Jenson.
L . J. D ic k in so n ,
E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 29, 1897.

Statement November 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
f u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O ther real e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p rove d re se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 8 3 0 ,0 3 6 45
1 ,1 8 5 51

2 4 ,7 7 2 00

2 2 , 0 0 0 00
3 ,2 3 7
7 ,5 8 3

56
57

1 2 1 ,3 8 7

29

5 ,0 7 2 74
1 ,4 1 5 00
1 ,3 3 9 15

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 0 ,0 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S urplus fu n d . . . . .
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............
D iv id e n d s unpaid .
Individual deposits, subje c t to ch eck . . . .
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d eposit ...................
S a v in g s d e p o sits .
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u tsta n d in g . . . . . . . .
B ills p a y a b le ..........

2 6 ,3 3 6 55
60 00
3 3 9 ,3 6 8 18
3 3 9 ,5 9 2 75
1 8 2 ,1 4 4 60
1 ,5 0 1 18
5 6 ,5 8 7 50

1 7 ,3 6 1 00
20 0 49

T o ta l ........................ $ 1 ,0 3 5 ,5 9 0
»

76

T o ta l ............

$ 1 ,0 3 5 ,5 9 0

76

Edmund— Farmers Savings Bank.
W . C. S K IL L IC O R N , President.
G IL B E R T A . B A K E R , V ice President.

D. A . P E T E R S O N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . C. Skillicorn,
John W illia m s , Jr.,
Gilbert A . Baker,
L , U. R e d d e ll.
H . A . W a tk in s,
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y ’ 8 , 1917.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a t e s 'o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house , ............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ...............
C h eck s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin ............
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..........................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e s t a m p s ............
T o ta l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 9 0 ,3 0 8 89
832 89
3 ,0 0 0 00

5 ,5 5 0 00
2 ,4 1 6 90
1 ,1 0 5 20

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................*
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
.................
ta x e s paid
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0
00
500 00
1 ,3 8 5

18

5 8 ,0 4 5 54
8 5 ,5 0 9 67

4 8 ,8 8 4 25
445 00
504 00
2 ,2 4 2 00
105 40
10 74
$ 1 5 5 ,4 4 0 39

T o ta l

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

$ 1 5 5 ,4 4 0 39

136

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Eland— Eland State Bank.
J O H N J. S H U M A N , P re sid e n t.
M . K . L A M O N T , Cashier.
C.
G R A B B E R T , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. Grabbart,
' J. L. J acq u ot,
H . S c h w a lb a c h ,
F re d K e r s te n .
John J. Shum an ,
E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 21, 1908.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O ther re a l e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ................. . . . .
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r _ r e n c y .................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
In su ra n c e
p re m iu m s
ad v an ce d ........................
A c c o u n t c u sto m e r s’ v ic ­
tory b on d s ..............
T o t a l ....... ................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 7 6 ,0 3 9 19
19 42

1 2 ,3 1 3
4 ,0 5 0
2 ,1 7 5
2 ,8 0 0

56
00

00
00

5 ,2 2 7

12

229 13

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ...................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sn ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ....................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,7 1 1 23
28,87'8 01
4 1 ,8 3 6 83
9 ,9 1 2 46

2 1 0 27
9 ,5 0 0

00

74 06
90 00
1 ,0 0 7 20
2 ,0 9 0 00

1 54 91

8 78
I

7 7 0 ^3
$ 1 0 7 ,0 4 8 80

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

$ 1 0 7 ,0 4 8 80

Elcho— State Bank of Elcho.
C H A S . W . F IS H , President.
G EO . H . B A U E R , Cashier.
W . D. B U R T O N , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
Chas. W . Fish,
Julius Follstad,
W . D. Burton,
Chas. Beard,
John F . Singer,
O. C. Fish.
E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L 7. 1913.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 . 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
Due from , a p p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue from , oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n ............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r„ r e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
T o t a l ................. ..


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 6 8 ,1 8 8 08
3 5 4 28

450 00
2 ,7 2 0 00
1 ,7 9 5 00
3 ,4 6 2 43
210 55
185 00
1 20 00
553 25

L ia b ilit ie s .

C a p ita l s to c k
p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d
.........
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d .....
2 ,1 8 6
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit
................................
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u ts t a n d i n g ...........
375
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted .....................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
R e se rv e d fo r in t e r e s t ..

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
71
4 1 ,1 7 1

96

1 4 ,9 9 1 64

00

-

9 ,0 5 0 00
641 16
1 00 00

00
1 4 5 88

2 ,8 3 2

$ 8 1 ,0 1 6 47

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

$ 8 1 ,0 1 6 47

137

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS

Elderon— Elderon State Bank.
A.
J. P L O W M A N . President.
P E T E R C H E R E K , V ice President.

R . M. T H O M P S O N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P e te r C h erek ,
G. A . N e lso n .

A . J. P low m an,
E . J. Benson,
S.
B. Olson,

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y

27, 1913.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L oan s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving- c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

$ 5 5 ,5 8 1 34
324 20

1,,480 80
1 ,8 4 8 81
1 ,8 2 5 26
1 ,1 5 5 55
70 30
1 ,2 6 5 64
110 00
232 50

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ...........
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
N o te s an d b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted ..............
S pecial f u n d .....................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
500 00

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

$ 6 5 ,1 1 1 92

128 82
2 0 ,7 6 3 26
2 1 ,1 7 9 38
1 ,0 1 5 69
1 1 ,3 0 0 00
224 77

1 ,1 0 1 00
116 52
$ 6 5 ,1 1 1 92

Eldorado— Eldorado State Bank.
W . R . A N D E R S O N , President.
J A M E S R. H A T C H , V ice President.
W . R . Anderson,
Jam es R. H atch,
Chas. B eh rs,

A . J. H E N N I N G , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Jas. H . N olan,
L . S. Schwertfeger.

E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 29, 1917.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s ..............
D u e fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ...........
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ..........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ........................ ..
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 9 3 ,1 2 1 61

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

$ 1 1 8 ,6 2 1 50


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1 ,5 0 0 00

3 ,9 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,7 5 0 81

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . .
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits . . . . . .

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,3 2 5

46

3 7 ,3 2 2 44
3 3 ,7 7 4 93
3 5 ,1 9 8 67

1 1 ,7 1 6 96
989 72
239 60
150 00
617 00
2 ,0 9 9 00
36 80
T o t a l ........................

$ 1 1 8 ,6 2 1 50

138

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Eleva— Bank of Eleva.
R. H . H O L T O N , P re sid e n t.
E. A. M A C C O R N A C K . V ic e Pres.
F R E D F . R U S E L IN G , 2nd V ic e Pres.
R . H . H o lto n ,
P. K . R isb e r g ,
E. A . M ac C o rn a c k ,

P. K . R IS B E R G , C ashier.
H . A . M O L T Z A U , A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . V . A . P e te rso n ,
F . F . R u s e lin g .

E S T A B L I S H E D M A R C H 1, 1901.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 15, 1903.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s .. .
$ 2 8 8 ,5 2 2
599
O v e r d r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
1 5 ,0 0 0
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
8 ,9 7 1
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
3 ,1 0 3
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
2 ,2 8 2
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ..............................5 5 ,1 8 4
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
house ...............................
882
G old c o i n .............................
55
S ilv e r coin ......................
2 ,0 8 6
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
8 ,4 9 1
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
225
T o t a l ........................

70

71

00

23
36
30
91

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,8 4 4 40
9 5 ,3 9 1 02
1 9 7 ,1 2 6 70
,48,011 09

1 3 ,0 3 1 72

33
00
40
00

99

$ 3 8 5 ,4 0 4 93

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

$ 3 8 5 ,4 0 4 93

Elkhart Lake— Bank of Elkhart Lake.
L O U IS L A U N , P re sid e n t.
R O B E R T H O R N E C K , V ic e Pres.

H E R M A N O S T H O F F , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Louis Laun,
R obert Horneck,
W m . Graf,

O. A . L a Budde,
E. C. P in g e l,
F r a n k R o th e .

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 20, 1907.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s ..................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
T o t a l ............ ............


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 2 3 9 ,4 2 8 72
523 02
1 8 ,0 0 0 00

1 6 ,1 5 0 00
500 00
5 ,7 0 0 00
2 ,2 5 0 00
4 7 ,2 5 7 16

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e xp e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d ep osit
...................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . . .
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . , . .

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,5 0 0 00
6 ,6 3 1

75

1 2 6 ,1 7 0 00
3 3 ,4 4 2 99
1 1 8 ,2 8 4 27
. 2 5 ,5 7 4 20
405 29

3 13 34
1 ,3 3 0
2 ,4 5 8

00
70

7 ,6 0 0 00
497 56
$ 3 4 2 ,0 0 8 5(

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

$ 3 4 2 ,0 0 8 50

REPORTS

OF

STATE

139

BANKS

Elkhom — State Bank of Elkhorn.
R. J. L E A N , V ice President.
J O H N O SL O C K , 2nd V ice President.

L. W . S W A N , Cashier.
G EO. H . K E N N E Y . A sst. Cashier.
M IL O R. C O B B , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R. J. L ean,
J. J. Slattery.

G eo. H u tto n ,
John Oslock,
L . W . Sw an,

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 8, 1896.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s .................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
sa v in s' c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er re al e sta te ow ned
D ue fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s ..................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ..................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ...........
N ick els, and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

$ 5 7 8 ,8 4 3 96
5 ,3 1 1 96
8 1 ,4 9 7 50

5 1 ,6 3 9
1 5 .0 0 0
1 5 .0 0 0
5 ,0 0 0

73
00
00
00

1 2 ,9 0 2 98

C a p ita l sto c k p aid
in ..
$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
1 0 ,0 0 0
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d .........
2 ,1 3 5
D ue to b a n k s— d e p o sits
1 ,0 0 0
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
10
Individual deposits, sub­
3 2 5 ,1 2 0
je c t to c h e c k ....
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
2 0 0 ,9 2 4
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ...........
1 0 0 ,8 7 4
B ills p a y a b le ...................
1 1 0 ,0 0 0

00
00
29
00
00
09
94
48
00

7 ,2 9 (4 76
3 ,1 4 5 00
2 ,8 8 0 60
2 1 ,2 7 4 00
274 31
$ 8 0 0 ,0 6 4 80

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

$ 8 0 0 ,0 6 4 80

Elk Mound— Bank of Elk Mound.
E. S. G R E G E R S O N , President.
H E N R Y A U S M A N , V ice President.

A . B . A u sm an ,
H arold Gregerson,

E. W . H A N S O N , C a sh ier.
N O B L E H A N S O N , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H en ry Ausm an,
E. S. Gregerson.

E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 3, 1906.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rce*.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U . S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin . ...........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . . .
T o ta l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 9 3 ,0 2 9 94
1 ,8 9 7 .31
7 ,4 0 8

00

1 7 ,6 0 0 00
2 ,4 0 0 00
2 ,8 0 0 00
3 4 ,5 4 2 83
3 ,6 7 8 13
260 00
539 45

C a p ita l sto c k paid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d . ..................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d e p osit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g . . . ....................
B o n d d isc o u n t .................

$

1 0 , 0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,0 2 5 03

1 3 4 ,3 9 4 20
2 ,1 9 3 95
7 6 ,2 0 0 14
3 8 ,0 1 2 75
10 75
1 ,3 3 5 34
37 25

3 , 4t4 9 00
104 75
$ 2 6 7 ,7 0 9 41

T o ta l

$ 2 6 7 ,7 0 9 41

140

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Ellsworth— Bank of Ellsworth
J. L. M O O D Y , P re sid e n t.
J. E . F O L E Y , V ice President.

L. R . C A D W E L L , A s s t. C ashier.
F . E : O ’B R IE N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
J. G. H A G E S T A D , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. T. Beddall,
Fred D . Lord,
L . R. Cadwell.

J. L. M oody,
Orin Lord,
J. E . F oley,
H . R . Huber,

E S T A B L I S H E D M A Y 15, 1888.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving- c e rtifs,
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and o th e r s e ­
cu ritie s .............................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er real e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D u e fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ............................. . .
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
S to c k
in fe d e ra l r e ­
se rv e b a n k ....................
C u sto m e r s’
ad v an ce
v ic to r y b on d s ............
E m e r g e n c y reven u e . .

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 7 8 7 ,2 2 2 63
2 ,2 6 7 61
6 3 ,8 9 0 75

6 5 ,2 8 0 50
1 5 ,6 2 1
1 3 ,5 0 0
5 ,0 0 0
7 ,7 0 0

85
00
00
00

9 3 ,3 5 9 14
1 1 ,4 7 2 99
5 ,2 1 2 22

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 7 ,0 1 6 00
3 1 ,7 2 8 91
2 3 7 ,8 4 5

78

45 78
5 6 ,2 5 6 70
6 0 7 ,7 4 7 93
,4,613 94
4 7 ,0 7 7 11
3 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,1 0 0 00

6 ,1 0 2 08
1 ,0 5 5 00
2 ,1 2 7 00
1 6 ,7 7 0 00
240 38
1 ,9 5 0

00

3 ,2 0 0 00
460 00

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,1 0 2 ,4 3 2 15


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p o sit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ...................
R e se rv e d fo r ta x e s and
in te re s t ...........................

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,1 0 2 ,4 3 2 15

REPORTS

OF

STATE

141

BANKS

Ellsworth— Citizens State Bank of Ellsworth.
T.
D.

J. M cC O L L O W , President.
C H A S . M . H A N S E N , Cashier.
C. M U N G E R , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
P.
A . H aessly,
D. C. Munger,
T. J. M cCollow ,
Chas. M . Hansen,
P. A . Severanae,
Chas. R iley.
P

T

lQ lP T ic jo n

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 24, 1909.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r if t s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ..............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ................_ ...............
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . , .
C u sto m e r s
p u rch a se
bond ac c o u n t ............

$ 2 9 5 ,4 6 3 48
1 ,2 1 9 99

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

$ 4 3 9 ,7 3 8 10

7 0 ,1 6 7 50
3 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
3 9 ,8 9 6 50
5 ,8 3 3 72
75 00
629 25

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D iv id en d s unpaid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ............ . .
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e ­
p osit ...........
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ........................
B ills p a y a b le ....................
O ther lia b ilitie s ............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,2 1 1 33
106 00
1 3 2 ,2 9 8 44
5 9 ,7 8 4 92
2 0 6 ,6 4 8 57
3 ,4 2 5 43
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
263 41

3 ,5 3 5 00
67 66
1 7 ,3 5 0 00
T o ta l , ......................

$ 4 3 9 ,7 3 8 10

Elmwood— First State Bank.
O.
C.

W . G R O O T, President.
J. N O R D R U M , V ic e P re sid e n t.

F . A . S P R IN G E R , Cashier.
E. J. M C K E R N O N , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
O.
W . Groot,
F . G. H o lt,
J. H . Graslie,
E. J. M c K e rn o n ,
F . A . Springer,
J. J acob son .
C. J. N o rd ru m ,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 14, 1904.

Statement November 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ................... ..
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fr o m ap p roved r e ­
serve b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ........ .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ................... ..............
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 4 3 5 ,1 4 1 42
5 ,6 6 6 0,4

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

$ 6 7 3 ,7 0 1 65


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

, 1 3 ,0 0 0 00

1 1 6 ,4 5 4 85
4 ,2 0 0 00
4 ,6 0 0 00
6 8 ,1 6 3 87
1 6 ,0 5 5 15

C a p ita l sto c k p aid in ...
Su rp lu s fu n d ...................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
tax es paid . . . ...............
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g . . . ....................
Cash o v er ...........
C o lle c tio n s .........................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00

T o ta l . . . . . . . ____

$ 6 7 3 ,7 0 1 65

3 ,3 8 8 53
1 9 0 ,8 3 8 28
2 9 9 ,5 3 8 91
1 2 7 ,8 1 5 59
1 1 ,7 7 3 86
337 48
9 00

2 ,2 8 8 36
640 00
604 45
6 ,6 4 1 00
246 51

142

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Elroy— State Bank of Elroy.
J O H N E . H A R T , President.
J. C. JA C O B S O N , C ashier.
A . T. G R E G O R Y , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. C. J acob son ,
J. T . Dithm ar,
r b
D ix
John E- H a rt,
H . J.' Vogel.
Chas. K ittleson,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1890.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 3, 1900.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . .•.
O v e r d r a f t s ........................ .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O ther real e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ............... •.
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 6 0 ,9 6 3 44
462 35
1 9 ,7 5 7 12

6 3 ,5 6 9
7 ,5 0 0
2 ,9 9 8
,4,350

73
00

00
00

1 3 5 ,7 1 6 85

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e­
p o sit .....................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Certified c h e c k s ...............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,2 1 5

66

7 1 ,1 9 2 43
3 7 7 ,0 7 0 00
9 ,1 7 7 30
1 00
1 3 ,8 4 4 81

3 99 50
1 ,0 0 0

00

75 9 70

00
7 51

5 ,0 1 7

$ 5 0 2 ,5 0 1 20

T o ta l .........................

$ 5 0 2 ,5 0 1 20

Elroy— The Citizens Bank.
C. S. H U N T L E Y , President.
A . A . T E L F E R , V ice President.

L. S. M A R S H , Cashier.
A L M A E . G IF F O R D , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . A . Telfer,
L. S. M arsh,

C. S. Huntley,
John W ilcox ,

E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 1 1 , 1895.
Incorporated as a State Bank A u gu st 7 , 1903.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s .. .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n icip al
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house and fix ­
tu res ........................
Due fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ,.................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
an d cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y . ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . , . .
T o t a l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$3 7 5 ,2 6 9 42
542 34
4 3 ,0 0 0

00

3 1 ,9 8 6 00

6 , 0 0 0 00
6 9 ,4 1 0 64

3 9 7 25
, .

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g . .........................
B ond d iscou n t ...............

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 8 4

65

1 1 2 ,2 6 6 67
3 6 5 ,8 4 6 09
1 6 ,7 8 0 97
1 0 ,4 5 4 79
24 50

170 00
1 ,4 0 0 00
9 ,7 7 3 00
509 02

$ 5 3 8 ,4 5 7 67

T o ta l

$ 5 3 8 ,4 5 7 67

REPORTS

OF

STATE

143

BANKS

Embarrass— Embarrass State Bank.
J O H N K R U B S A C K , President.
T. H . B U N T R O C K , V ice President.

W M . A N T O N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H . F . Zarling,
Julius Utke,
C, E. Gibson.

John K rubsack,
T . H . Buntrock,
Chas. Gehrt,
F . S. Breed,

E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 21, 1917.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ................. •
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
G old c o i n ............ ................
S ilver c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
D iffe re n c e ac c o u n t . . . .
E x p e n se a c c o u n t ............

$ 8 8 ,0 6 6 60
418 86

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

$13.3,034 79

C a p ital sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . ............
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................
O ther lia b ilitie s . . . . . . .

8 ,5 0 0 00

7 ,5 6 5 20
4,02,4 76
2 ,6 8 1 00
1 4 ,2 1 0 94
117 50
362 70
5 ,1 8 2
42
1
1 ,8 6 1

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,7 0 0 00
4 ,2 0 3 43
15 00
3 6 ,1 2 1 05
7 4 ,2 4 3

61

1 ,0 6 4 30
687 40

00
48
22
53
T o t a l ........................

$ 1 3 3 ,0 3 4 79

Emerald— State Bank of Emerald
P.
B . D U N B A R , President.
A L E X F L E M IN G , V ice President.
W M . P. W H I T E , 2nd V ice President.

W . S. F L E M IN G , C ash ier.
H E N R Y V . F L E M IN G , A s s t. C a sh ier.
E. R. F L E M IN G , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .

V.

B . Dunbar,
A le x . F lem ing,
W m . F . W h ite ,

-

H en ry V . Flem ing,
W . S. Flem ing.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 19, 1912.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 7 6 ,4 6 7 28
21 09

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

$ 1 0 8 ,0 6 3 73


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

8 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,3 3 9 70
1 5 ,4 0 8 11
41 40
570 00
881 40

C a p ita l sto c k p aid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
tax e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$

10,000 00

2 , 0 0 0 00
1 ,5 7 8 01
5 6 ,4 1 1 42
3 4 ,0 2 9 84
2 ,5 4 5 11
1 ,4 9 9 35

1 ,7 3 4 00
100 75
T o t a l ........................

$ 1 0 8 ,0 6 3 73

144

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Endeavor— First State Bank of Endeavor.
C. V . S K IN N E R , President.

H . G. C H U R C H IL L , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H . G. Churchill,
A lfre d Russell.

®kinl?er’
J. M. Scholes,
Enoch Skinner,
E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 7, 1906.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r saving- c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin . ...........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
F o u rth lib e r ty l o a n . . .
F ifth lib e r ty l o a n . . . . . .
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 3 4 ,5 1 8 05

4 32 75

4 , 0 0 0 00

9 , 2 0 0 00
500 00
2 ,4 0 3 57
1 ,9 9 0 88

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ............ . .
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
C ertified c h e c k s ...............

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00

1,433

61

6 7 ,4 6 4 54
1 0 5 ,6 6 5 98
30 00

1 7 ,8 8 8 51
1 2 ,1 7 5 53
1 ,6 3 0 14
35 00
3 7 0 00
2 ,1 4 6 00
118 01
5,4 61
131 08
$ 1 8 7 ,5 9 4 13

T o ta l ........ ................

$ 1 8 7 ,5 9 4 13

Ettrick— Bank of Ettrick.
H . F . C L A U S S E N , President.
K . A . K N U T S O N , V ice President.

H . F . C L A U S S E N , C a sh ier.
J. A . K A M P R U D , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H . F. Claussen,
L . K . Underheim,
A . M. Pederson,
A . J. Ekern,
K . A . K nutson,
A . P. Opdahl.
J. E. Cance,
E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 20, 1911.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
D ue fro m o th e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ..............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r„ re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 7 4 ,8 6 8 16
3 ,3 3 7 47
2 2 ,4 1 0 50

1 0 , 4 4 4 00
3 ,7 5 0 00
500 00
3 8 ,4 9 1 48
1 3 ,4 6 5 91

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s ...............

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

6 ,2 0,4 20
8 9 ,7 6 2 17
1 0 1 ,7 1 5 20
5 6 ,7 4 8 01
368 81

57 50
2 ,6 5 5

00

8 8 8 25
4 ,2 8 5 00
163 12
$ 2 7 5 ,3 1 6 39

T o ta l

$ 2 7 5 ,3 1 6 39

REPORTS

OF

STATE

145

BANKS

Evansville— Bank of Evansville.
G EO. L . P U L L E N , President.

P A U L P U L L E N , Cashier.
J. S. P U L L E N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
P au l Pike Pullen.

J. S. Pullen,
Geo. L. Pullen,

E S T A B L I S H E D 1870.
Incorporated as a State B ank January 28, 1875.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
S tock s and oth er s e c u r i t i e s ................. ............
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O ther re a l e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p rove d re se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fr o m oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
house ................................
G old coin . ...........................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ........................ ..
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 4 5 5 ,3 2 8 14
3 ,6 5 7 2 0

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

$ 6 8 9 ,6 5 5 92

1 2 4 ,9 1 3

31

3 ,1 0 4 30

1 0 , 0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,3 9 1 85
6 6 ,7 6 9 97
5 ,9 9 0 44

C a p ital sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d certifica tes of
d ep osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p osits . . . . . .
Certified c h e c k s ...............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................
N o te s and b ills re d is cou n ted ...........................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,2 5 9

15

2 9 3 ,4 1 5

68

2 3 1 ,1 5 4 94
7 9 ,2 1 0 52
23 91
2 ,0 9 1

72

4 3 ,5 0 0 00

4 56
1 ,6 9 6 26
595 00
1 ,4 7 9 50

00
2 12 39

8 ,5 1 3

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

$689,65-5 92

Evansville— Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
H . O. M E Y E R S , President.
R O B E R T D. H A R T L E Y , Cashier.
C.
F . M IL L E R , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
V.
A . A xteil,
L . V a n W a r t,
C P. M iller,
R obert D. H artley,
H . O. M eyers,
J. C. Gilles.
E.
Gabriel,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 1, 1907.
S ta t e n o n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old coin . . . ......................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 4 0 4 ,5 6 5 07
1 ,7 8 8 57

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

$ 5 6 9 ,2 7 4 29

10— B.


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

2 6 ,6 7 0 00

5 6 ,1 8 7 37
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,8 0 0 00
6 2 ,3 7 6 83

Capital stock paid i n . . .
$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
5 ,0 0 0
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d .......
5 ,9 7 9
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . .
1 8 8 ,2 8 0
Dem and certificates of
d ep osit .............................
2 6 6 ,1 1 0
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ..........
7 3 ,9 1 9
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................
2 ,9 8 3

00
00
49
-85
50
72
73

2 ,6 4 6 88
2 ,8 0 0 00
1 ,0 7 2 85
3 ,8 7 6 00
490 72
T o ta l . . . ............ . .

$ 5 6 9 ,2 7 4 29

146

REPORT

OP

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Evansville— The Grange Bank.
T. C. R IC H A R D S O N , President.
J. P. P O R T E R , V ice President.

T . C. Richardson,
J. P. Porter,

L E O N A R D P . E A G E R . Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Gertrude Eager,
L eonard P. E ager.

E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 14, 1897.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 11, 1903.
S ta te m e n t, N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g c e r tifs.
an d th r if t s t a m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s ..................
Checks on other banks
an d cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ....................... .
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 2 1 4 ,0 4 9 36
1 ,3 4 3 95
3 7 ,0 0 0 00

4 1 ,6 7 0 46
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 8 ,2 1 5 41
4 ,7 6 0 52
287 50
466 00

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus f u n d ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ................ . . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Dem and certificates o f
d ep osit ........................ . .
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
P o sta l s a v in g s . . . . . . .
B ills p a y a b le ....................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,9 3 1 65
1 0 3 ,7 1 9 75
1 4 2 ,5 4 4
1 1 ,6 2 2
831
4 0 ,0 0 0

60
10
75
00

2 ,6 5 0 00
206 65
$323,6,49 85

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

$323,6,49 85

Exeland— State Bank of Exeland.
A.

A . V E N E S S , V ice President.

A u gu st Pehrson,
Geo. Christensen,

F . W . K A S L , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
p . w . K a sl,
A . A Veness.

E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 28, 1915.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s . . . . , .................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b on d s .................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin . . . ......................
S ilv e r c o i n ...................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l . . ....................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 8 8 ,8 3 2 64
3 ,3 5 7 32
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,7 0 0 00
1 ,8 0 0 00
1 6 ,7 0 9 36
90 57
45 00
373 60

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . . .
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
94 73
8 1 ,0 0 9 69
9 ,5 7 5
1 1 ,7 0 1

09
62

5 ,9 1 0 28

3 ,8 0 1 00
81 92
$ 1 1 9 ,7 9 1 41

T o ta l . . ....................

$ 1 1 9 ,7 9 1 41

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

147

Fairwater— Fairwater State Bank.
A.
E.

W . B O N E S T E E L , President.
O. T IN K H A M , V ice President.

A.
E.
E.
R oy

W.
W.
R.
E.

R O Y E. S M IT H , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Bonesteel.
C. O. Tinkham ,
Loper,
W . R . A b e rc ro m b ie ,
W illia m s ,
J u liu s K le ttk e .
Smith,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 16, 1903.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 . 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L oan s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s .......... : ..............
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
saving' c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilver c o i n ....................... .
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 2 0 9 ,0 7 4 64
178 56

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

$ 2 8 0 ,0 5 2 41

1 7 ,2 0 0 00

1 , 0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit . . .............................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 0*
9 ,0 0 0 00
1 2 ,5 9 2 16
5 4 ,1 9 6 43
1 7 9 ,2 6 3

82

4 0 ,3 7 2 75
2 ,4 4 0 00
1 ,4 3 9 55
3 ,5 7 1 00
275 91
T o t a l ................... ....

$ 2 8 0 ,0 5 2 41

Fall Creek— Merchants & Farmers State Bank.
G U S T A V E R O E S L E R , President.
H . E. G E S K E , V ice President.
-G ustave Roesler,
E.
H . Geske,
J . E. G aragham ,

E D W A R D J. Z E T Z M A N , Cashier.
J. E. G A R A G H A M , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Chas. Hoehn,
W m . M artin,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 8 , 1917.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 . 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue from approved re­
se rve b a n k s ............. .
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s . ..........
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n ...................... . . .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
T o ta l . ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 1 4 4 ,3 2 0 45
403 58
7 ,6 1 1 84

1 8 ,3 6 1 75
3 ,7 5 0 00
2 ,8 3 0 00

Capital stock paid i n . . .
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ............
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s ...............
Cash o v er ...........................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00

1 12 89
(40,409 29
1 4 4 ,6 6 5 14
6 ,5 0 4 07
220 66

71

2 4 ,3 2 6 18
306 42
522 60
347 50
551 60
3 ,5 2 4 00
56 84
$ 2 0 6 ,9 1 2 76

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

$ 2 0 6 ,9 1 2 76

148

REPORT

OP

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OP

B A N K IN G

Fall Creek— The State Bank.
K . R O S H O L T , President.
J. E. Z E T Z M A N . V ice President.

H E N R Y W I S E , Cashier.
C. W . V O E C H T IN G . A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . Niebuhr,
P.
S. Linderthaler,
H e n r y W is e ,
R.
R . R o s h o lt.

K . Rosholt.
J. E. Zetzm an,
C. N . Voechting.
W m . H . F raw ley.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R

27, 1903.

S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rce«.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
E xchanges for clearing
house . . ...........................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ............ ..
U . S, and national curr e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 4 1 0 ,9 1 3 23
1 ,2 8 2 14

1 0 3 ,3 5 0 00

2 , 1 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
8 5 ,7 1 5 41
2 9 ,7 4 2 47
190 73

Capital stock paid i n .- ..
$ 1 5 ,0 0 0
1 ,7 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d .......
3 ,7 6 6
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..
9 9 ,6 2 9
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ..................................
4 7 4 ,3 9 2
S a v in g s d e p osits . . . . . .
4 9 ,9 7 5
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
727
sta n d in g ...........................

00
00
63
63
98
80
50

533 99
1 ,2 8 0 DO
600 00
7 ,9 4 8 00
36 57

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

$ 6 4 5 ,1 9 2 54

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

$ 6 4 5 ,1 9 2 54

Fall River— The First State Bank.
G.

W - S T E P H E N S . V ice President.

G.
W . Stephens,
M aria Babcock.
James D. Babcock.

L . E . E V E R S O N , C ashier.
C. C. F R E D E R I C K , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
S. C. Chambers.
L . E. Everson.

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 8 , 190 4.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R e so u rc e s.
L ia b ilit ie s .
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
$ 2 0 6 ,3 8 6 23 C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
1 ,6 0 1 ,49 S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
7 ,0 0 0
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
U nd ivid ed p rofits, le ss
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
w a r sav in g - c e rtifs.
1 0 ,2 3 6
ta x e s paid ......................
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
1 ,3 6 4 50 Individual deposits, sub­
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
2 ,5 0 0 00
je c t to c h e c k .......
8 2 ,3 0 4
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
1 6 ,8 6 8 42
p o sit ..................................
1 0 1 ,5 0 6
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ..............
3 ,7 5 9
and cash it e m s ............
2 ,9 0 5 68 B ills p a y a b le ............
2 0 ,0 0 0
S ilver c o i n ...........................
420 00 L ib e r ty loan a c c o u n t ..
247
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
3 ,0 0 0 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
7 48
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 2 3 5 ,0 5 3 80

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

00
00
29
30
83
03
00
35

$ 2 3 5 ,0 5 3 80

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

149

Fennimore— State Bank of Fennimore.
D W I G H T T. P A R K E R , President.

J. R. V IB L E M O N T E , Cashier.
C. J. N I E H A U S , A s s t. C a sh ier.
A.
E. K E L L E R , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. R . Villem onte.

D w igh t T . Parker,
C. J. N ieh a u s,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 8 , £896.

V

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1915).
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. ...$ 1 ,2 1 8 ,0 1 7
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
2 ,9 2 9
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
1 5 ,0 0 0
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
1 0 8 ,5 5 0
B a n k in g house ...............
3 0 ,0 0 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
7,50'0
O ther real e sta te ow n ed
6 ,0 0 0
D ue fr o m ap p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ..................
1 6 2 ,6 2 6
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
510
G old c o i n ........................ .
1 ,0 2 5
S ilver c o i n ...........................
735
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
8 ,4 0 3
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
122
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
373

40
51
00

00
00
00
00
07

C a p ital sto c k paid i n . .
$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
5 ,8 2 1 37
Due to b a n k s— d e p o sits
4 5 ,4 9 5 02
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
3 8 5 ,6 8 3 64
T im e ce rtifica te s Of d e ­
p o sit .................................. 1 ,0 0 9 ,5 8 3 90
C a sh ie r's Checks o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
7 ,7 2 8 0 9
P o sta l s a v in g s ..............
2 ,4 7 9 '65

48
00
15
00
06
00

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,5 6 1 ,7 9 1 67

T o ta l .........................$ 1 ,5 6 1 ,7 9 1

67

Fenwood— Fenwood State Bank.
A.
H . C L A R K , President.
A L B E R T N A H R IN G , V ice P resid en t.
A . H . Clark,
G eo. W e tte r a n ,
Albert N ahring,

T H O M A S L. B E M A N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F red A sh e b ra ch ,
A lb e r t Soden.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R

5, 1916.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a ft! . .........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cates o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m ap p roved r e ­
serve b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ..........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 4 6 ,5 6 1 75
56 81

700 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 1 57
2 ,2 4 9 02
71 79
125 72
5 00
1|41 65

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ................. ..

$ 1 0 , 0 0 0 00
400 00
598 16
2 0 ,1 7 1 40
1 1 ,7 3 6 67
7 ,9 1 9 86

200 00
4 ,5 0 0 00

1 ,5 7 3 00
39 78
$ 5 5 ,5 2 6 09

T o ta l

$ 5 5 ,5 2 6 09

150

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

F en y v ille— Ferryville State Bank.
M.
B A R H A M . President.
J. H . S T E R L IN G . V ice President.
M . B arham .
John H . Sterling,
Fred. Copsey.
A . B . T istham m er,

F . R . G A R V E Y , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E.
C. A m ann.
John Churness.
L.
F . Copsey.

E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 26, 1911.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .............. .
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
saving- c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D u e from , oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n ........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s . . . . .
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 5 0 ,2 7 4 16
2 ,0 9 5 07
2 5 ,5 1 6

12

4 ,0 5 0 00
1 ,8 0 0 00
1 ,0 5 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U nd ivid ed p ro fits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,9 4 7 41
36 00
8 0 ,9 9 9

02

1 2 8 ,2 2 3 12

3 2 ,4 5 4 24
4 ,3 4 0 88
892 61
250

4 7 3 20
2 2 0 00
36 77
$ 2 2 3 ,2 0 5 55

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

$ 2 2 3 ,2 0 5 55

Fifield— State Bank of Fifield.
E.
D.

E. P A T T E R S O N . President.
A . Y O U N G . V ice President.

R. E. B U C H O L Z . Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
T. C. H e u er,
H e r m a n L e ssa rd ,

. S. W e ist,
F r a n k S am id a.

a

E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 30, 1915.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y . . .............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 8 ,5 7 6 05
278 83

2 ,1 4 1 50
1 ,8 1 6 41
9 ,3 8 8 12
2 ,6 5 1 22
98 28
35 00
271 95

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,8 9 8 79
2 3 ,5 1 5

75

1 9 ,4 7 9 11
1 ,6 8 9 08
19 20

1 ,3 1 8 00
26 57
$ 5 6 ,6 0 1 93

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

$ 5 6 ,6 0 1 93

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

151

Florence— State Bank of Florence.
E.
E. W I L C O X , President.
M A X S E L L S , V ice President.
M ax Sells,
E.
E . W ilc o x ,
J. J. P on tb rian d ,

JA S. J. P O N T B R IA N D , Cashier.
R. S. L IN D B E R G , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Peter M cG overn,
E . W . Hopkins.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 2, 1891.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts . . .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifica te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ........... .................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 1 5 1 ,5 8 5 93

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

$ 2 8 5 ,6 8 1 47

1 1 , 0 0 0 00

9 ,7 5 0 00
1 ,4 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
185 51
1 1 5 ,8 5 8 06
1 4 9 ,6 3 7 90

1 0 1 ,9 3 7 38
560 60
442 50
500 00
8 ,4 9 8 00
7 06
T o t a l ........................

$ 2 8 5 ,6 8 1

47

Fond du Lac— Citizens State Bank.
J O H N P. K A L T , C a sh ier.
E. J. W O L F F , President.
J. L . D Y C H O F F , A s s t. C ash ier.
A. J. P U L L E N , V ice President.
A. J. K R E M E R , V ic e P re sid e n t
D IR E C T O R S .
A . L . Carstens,
A . J. Pullen.
W . J. Gillett,
T . E. Pritchard,
W . W . H ughes,
H . A . M ichler,
J. P. K a lt,
F. J. W o lff,
A . J. K rem er.
L . P. H inn,
E S T A B L I S H E D M A Y 20, 1911.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s ...............
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g s c e rtifs.
and th r ift sta m p s . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fr o m ap p roved r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . , .
T o ta l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 4 4 7 ,1 5 8 99
1 ,2 2 0 50
1 5 4 ,0 9 3 76

8 0 ,0 6 3 03
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,7 5 5 45
7 5 ,9 4 4 83
70 00

C a p ita l sto c k p aid
i n . . $ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,0 0 0 00
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
1 3 ,7 7 2 13
D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s its
2 6 ,2 ;47 90
D iv id e n d s unp aid . . . .
450
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...
2 8 7 ,0 9 4
20
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
6 8 ,5 0 9 37
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........
2 4 6 ,6 5 6 64
B ills p a y a b le ...................
6 0 ,0 0 0 00

9 ,6 8 2 97
302 50
2 ,6 1 0 85
7 ,1 7 7 00
204 86
$ 8 1 1 ,2 8 4 74

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

$ 8 1 1 ,2 8 4 74

152

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Fond du Lac— Cole Savings Bank.
A. E . C O L E , President,
W . L C O L E , V ice President.
W . E. Gray,
H . F . W etter,
P. J. Ladd,
P. H . M artin,

T H O S . C. R O S E N T H A L , C ashier.
C. P. S M IT H , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
S. E. Gavin,
W in . I. Cole,
A . E. Cole.

E S T A B L I S H E D 1881.
Incorporated as a State B ank Decem ber 12, 1891.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s .. .
$ 4 7 3 ,4 1 0
O v e rd r a fts ..............
347
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
8 9 ,0 8 6
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g s c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
237
B a n k in g house ...............
1 9 ,0 0 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
4 ,5 1 4
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
4 4 ,4 8 5
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
1 2 ,4 4 1
235
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ...............................
1 ,7 3 9
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ................................
1 1 ,0 3 3
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
336
T o ta l ........................

78
89
48

72
00

75
28

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s
o u t­
sta n d in g ........................

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 3 ,5 0 0 00
4 ,7 1 5

70

1 5 8 ,8 8 5

95

4 3 ,9 9 1 82
3 2 3 ,0 8 2 42
2 ,6 9 2

07

03
00
25
00
78

$ 6 5 6 ,8 6 7 96

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

$ 6 5 6 ,8 6 7 96

Footville— The Footville State Bank
S W . L A C E Y . President.
A . C. G A A R D E R . Cashier.
W.
O. H O W E L L , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
S.
W . L acey,
M. Ehrlinger.
W.
O. H ow ell,
F . R. Low ry.
W . C. M iller,
A . C. Gaarder.
Chas. W h itm a n ,
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 3, 1910.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts ........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtificate s o f in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g s c e rtifs.
t h r ift s t a m p s ...............
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 7 0 ,4 9 2 54
1 ,7 4 7 08
1 4 ,5 0 0 00

3 1 ,3 4 3 50
3 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 8 5 00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fund
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d c e rtifica te s o f
d ep osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........

$2 0 , 0 0 0
2 ,5 0 0

00
00

8 ,5 0 6 71
8 9 ,5 3 9

02

9 5 ,3 3 1 71
4 4 ,5 9 6 56

3 1 ,0 2 7 34
274 01
407 50
537 90
3 ,9 3 4 00
125 13
$ 2 6 0 ,4 7 4

00

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

$ 2 6 0 ,4 7 4

00

REPORTS

OF

STATE

153

BANKS

Forest Junction— Forest Junction State Bank.
J O H N S E Y B O L D . President.
W . C. A L T E N , Cashier.
G. H . S C H M IT T , V ice President.
J O H N F . O T TO , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
John S eyb old ,
W illia m Filyer,
G. H . Schm itt,
John Brooks,
W . C. Alten .
M aurice Meehan.
John F . Otto,
E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 5. 1911.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s of in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift sta m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
Due fr o m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s
............
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n ................
S ilv e r coin ........................ '
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o t a l ........................

$ 1 4 8 ,4 5 1 52
509 23
2 1 ,4 1 9 15

2 6 ,8 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,8 0 0 00
2 6 ,6 3 3 65
9 ,9 5 0 00

8 58
1 ,3 9 5 00
1 ,3 4 2 10

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fund ...................
U n d ivid ed p ro fits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p o sit
...........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
Certified ch e ck s ............
R e se rv e d fo r ta x e s . . . .
D iffe re n ce ac c o u n t . . . .
D isc o u n t on lo a n s and
d iscou n ts
......................
D isc o u n t on b ond s . . . .
R e se rv e fo r in te re s t on
ce rtifica te s ....................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,5 0 0 00
6 ,3 8 2

96

.9 8 ,7 4 6 90
1 0 6 ,7 9 3
7 ,8 5 0
15
292
52

19
41
00
10
32

418 02
320 71
48 00

2 ,3 7 6 00
166 23
68 15
$ 2 4 3 ,4 1 9

61

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

$ 2 4 3 ,4 1 9

61

Forestville— State Bank of Forestville.
H.

J. T E S K E , President.
J. D O N O V A N , V ice President.

W . H . B A S T A R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H.
J. Teske,
C. R . Guth,
J. Donovan.
Sam uel Perry,
E. M. E. M ueller,
Geo. Schm itz.
W . H . B astar,
E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 24, 1909.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n t s .. .
O v e r d r a fts ................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift sta m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O ther real e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 3 4 2 ,7 0 6 74
705 81
6 ,5 0 0 00

1 9 ,0 5 0
3 ,0 0 0
1 ,6 2 5
1 ,5 0 0

00
00
50
00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . . ..........
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,6 0 6 51
8 3 ,9 2 1 57
2 6 2 ,2 4 5 61
3 8 ,6 5 7 61

3 3 ,5 5 6 13
197 31
4 ,7 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 1 30
1 ,3 0 8 00
80 51
$ 4 1 6 ,4 3 1 30

T o ta l

$ 4 1 6 ,4 3 1 30

154

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Ft. Atkinson— Citizens State Bank.
R D. C H A S E , President.
T.
B. R O Y C E , V ice President.

C. A. C A S W E L L , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. A . Caswell,
T. B. Royce.

R. D. Chase,
J. A . Casw ell,

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 1, 1884.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
$ 1 8 0 ,2 1 9 49
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
359 06
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
1 9 ,9 4 0 00
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifica te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g s c e r tifs.
and th r ift sta m p s . . . .
1 0 ,4 8 1 00
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
2 ,5 0 0 00
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
1 ,5 0 0 00
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
5 2 ,5 1 9 36
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
2 ,6 1 5 79
G old coin .............................
332 50
S ilv e r coin ........................
1 ,0 9 6 20
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren cy ................................
9 ,1 0 0 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
22 00
T o t a l ................... .. .

$ 2 8 0 ,6 8 5

40

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ..........
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
D em a n d c e rtifica te s of
d e p o sit ...................
S a v in g s d e p osits .

T o ta l ..............

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,9 0 7 53
1 2 2 ,3 8 1

90

1 0 2 ,5 0 9 73
1 4 ,8 8 6 24

$ 2 8 0 ,6 8 5

40

Ft. Atkinson— Ft. Atkinson Savings Bank.
G.
W . K I N D L IN , P re sid e n t.
J. P. G A L L O W A Y , V ic e P re sid e n t.

O. W . D O N K L E , Cashier.
G. E. W A R D . A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. W . W ilc o x ,
J.
C. J. W a r d ,
G.
O.
W . Donkle,
G.
G.
E. W a rd ,
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y

P. G allow ay,
H . Pou nd er,
W . K in d lin .
27, 1910.

S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .............. .
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r sa v in g s c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue from , oth er b a n k s .
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................. ..............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ............................... .
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 9 8 ,9 4 9 85
2 ,0 0 1 78
8 4 ,5 7 6 40

5 9 ,8 5 9 7 1
7 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,1 0 0 00
6 7 ,2 7 8 30
5 ,0 0 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fund ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em and ce rtifica te s of
d e p o sit ................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Certified c h e c k s ...............
U. S. bond s b o r r o w e d .

$ 4 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,4 8 2

95

1 9 2 ,2 4 3 78
1 0 5 ,5 2 9
1 8 4 ,6 8 0
114
1 0 ,0 0 0

58
10
79
00

2 ,6 8 5 88
4 ,6 7 2 50
1 ,1 4 5 30
7 ,0 7 3 00
208 48
$ 5 4 4 ,0 5 1 20

T o ta l

$ 5 4 4 ,0 5 1 20

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

155

Foster— State Bank of Foster.
(P . O. Osseo.)
H E N R Y P U T Z , P re sid e n t.
J. W . P E H L K E , V ice President. .

J. W . Fehlke,
F rank R. Michels,
T. H . Fethke,
F ran k W arn k e,

E. E. R O N G L IN , C a sh ier.
A . O. SO U LS, A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H en ry Putz,
E. E . Ronglin,
R . A . Jones.

E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 3, 1915.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n icip al
and
oth er b on d s .................
Banking- house . . . . . . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue from ap p roved re se rve b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b an k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ..........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rr e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ................ J. .

$ 1 8 0 ,0 4 1 35
1 ,5 5 1 21
8 ,0 5 0 00
2 ,3 0 0 00
1 ,3 0 0 00
1 5 ,0 7 1 49
59 30
130 00
228 45

L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u ts ta n d in g ........................

$ 1 0 , 0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,8 9 1 67
3 7 ,9 5 1 95
1 5 1 ,4 7 2 04
3 ,5 9 5 23
1 ,8 4 6 49

975 00
50 58
$ 2 0 9 ,7 5 7 38

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

$ 2 0 9 ,7 5 7 38

Fountain City— First State Bank.
H . E. B O H R I, C a sh ier.
J. A . O E N N IN G , A s s t. C ashier.

F. J. B O H R I, President.
C. A. K IR C H N E R , V ice President.

D IR E C T O R S .
M. L . F ugina,
H . E. Bohri.

F . J. Bohri,
C. A . K irchner,
H . Roettiger,

E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 11, 1906.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R e so u rc e s.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds. U. S. c e rtificates o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g s c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue from a p p roved r e se rve b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n .................. . . . .
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

•


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
50
ta x e s p a i d .................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
00 T im e c e rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ..................................
75
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u tsta n d in g . . . ....................
5,4
R e se rv e d fo r in te r e s t.
61
00
70

$ 4 8 4 ,8 3 1 25
806 45
4 0 ,5 9 7

3 5 ,2 5 0
2 ,1 5 0
116,7 2 1
7 ,7 8 4
110
795

$2 0 , 0 0 0

00
1 2 , 0 0 0 00
1 ,6 8 1 10

1 2 0 ,0 3 7 63
5 3 4 ,9 8 7 02
2 ,4 0 0 74

2 , 0 0 0 00

3 ,8 9 7 00
161 69
$ 6 9 3 ,1 0 6 49

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

$ 6 9 3 ,1 0 6 49

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REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

F ox Lake— State Bank of F ox Lake.
H.
H.

C L A U S E N , P re sid e n t.
A . G R A H A M , V ic e P re sid e n t.

D. C. C H U R C H , C a sh ier.
J. F . R O B E R T S , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H.
Clausen,
H . Dickson,
H . A . G raham ,
D. C. C hurch,
R.
O. W illia m s,
H . F . W itth e n .
J. M. Rodger,
E S T A B L I S H E D M A R C H 2. 1891.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 . 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ............ ..............
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
V ic to r y l o a n ............ ..
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 5 1 5 ,5 5 1 53
876 08
2 0 ,0 2 8

75

6 4 ,9 5 5 81
6 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
8 0 ,6 8 2 22
989 11
4 ,6 1 7 50
4 ,2 3 3 00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D iv id e n d s unpaid ..........
Individual deposits,, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d c e rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 4 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 .0 0 0 00

2 8 6 ,8 1 7 72
1 3 5 ,9 7 6 44

T o ta l .........................

$ 7 1 9 ,9 3 6 8-8

2 4 ,1 0 3 87
12 00
2 0 5 ,9 2 5

09

2 ,1 0 1

76

1 8 ,2 4 8 00
519 88
735 00
$ 7 1 9 ,9 3 6 88

Francis Creek— State Bank of Francis Creek.
JO H N E W E N . President.
JA S. J. G R U B E R , V ice President.

F. C. B A N G N I E T , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Chas. K ornely,
John Ewen,
W . H . Spencer,
Jas. J. Gruber,
Jas. Koehly,
J am es Z ah orick ,
R o b t. H a sse l,
F r a n k S ta sta y .
C. J. H essel,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 24, 1917.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 4 2 ,5 1 7 21
221
06
3 9 ,4 0 0

00

C a p ita l s to c k paid
i n. .
$ 1 5 ,0 0 0
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
500
U nd ivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
5 ,3 7 7
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k
6 2 ,5 3 1
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .....................
2 5 2 ,2 2 4
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . . .
7 ,1 9 7
.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s .................
S tate,
m u n icip a l
and
oth er bon d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cates o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g . c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
Banking^ h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p ro v e d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
G old c o i n ...................
S ilv e r c o i n .................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .............

1 1 ,9 0 0 00
3 ,7 5 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00

00
00
48
55
58
51

2 5 ,6 5 3 58
120
00
444
45
5 ,3 9 1 00
79 65
$ 3 4 2 ,8 3 1 12

T o ta l

$ 3 4 2 ,8 3 1 12

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

157

Franksville— Bank of Franksville
G E O . W . M IL L E R , P re sid e n t.
T. C. S U N D S T E D , C a sh ier.
G E O . L . B U S H , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. W . M ille r,
E. J. H a rv e y ,
Geo. L. B u sh,
H . J. Sm ith,
T. C. Sundsted,
John Span ge,
M . E. W a lk e r ,
Herrn F u n k .
L. H . P a rk e r,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 13, 1918.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifica te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er real e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m a p p roved re se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilver coin ........ ..................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

I jin liilit le a .

$1 1 5 ,8 6 9

59

10 45

4 ,6 5 0
7 ,0 0 0
2 ,9 0 0
500

00
00
00
00

2 5 ,6 5 3 58
1 1 ,3 5 3 74

C a p ita l sto c k p a i d - i n ..
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r's ch e ck s o u tsta n d in g ........................
D e p o sit
lib e r ty
loan
b on d s ...............................

$2 0 , 0 0 0

00

1 ,8 4 5 78
9 5 ,1 9 5

48

3 3 ,7 3 7 00
1 6 ,9 5 5 96
4 ,9 0 8 45
609 50

166 26
705 00
331 20
4 ,0 4 5 00
67 35
$ 1 7 3 ,2 5 2 17

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

$ 1 7 3 ,2 5 2

17

Frederic— Farmers State Bank.
C H A S . H . O A K E Y , President.
C. W . V . P E T E R S O N , C ash ier.
'V. \V. S E B R Y , V ic e President.
C. E. P E T E R S O N , A s s t. C ashier.
F.
G. G R IM T H , 2nd V ic e P resid en t.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . W . Seery,
Geo. H a g b e r g ,
John E. Skaife,
.
Chas. H . Oakey,
C. M. Carlson,
John M . Anderson,
C. W . V . Peterson,
A . W . B lo m g re n .
F.
G. G rim th ,
E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 17, 1915.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
R a n k in g h ouse ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d re serve b a n k s .................
D ue from oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ........ .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rren cy ...........................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
A d v a n c e fo r c u sto m e rs
on v ic to r y loan b onds
W . S. S. and reven u e
sta m p s .............................
T o ta l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 1 0 ,2 5 1
2 ,3 3 4
1 6 ,9 5 0
4 ,5 0 0
4 ,3 8 2

18

66
00
00
81

2 4 ,3 7 5 27
684 19
438 93
70 00
249 15

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ..........
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to .c h e c k . . . .
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d en o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p osits . .
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u tsta n d in g ’ ...............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0
3 ,0 0 0

00
00

2 ,4 1 0 57
5 8 ,7 1 8

67

5 5 ,4 2 8 05
2 1 ,6 3 1 29
1 1 ,4 8 7 84

2 ,1 8 9 00
45 27

1,000 0Ö
205 96
$ 1 6 7 ,6 7 6 42

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

$ 1 6 7 ,6 7 6

42

r
158

R E P O R T OF TH E COM M ISSIONER OF B A N K IN G

. Fredonia— State Bank of Fredonia.
D. M . R O S E N H E IM E R , President.
H . W . W I T T , Cashier.
E. P. N E U E N S , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
D. M . Rosenheimer,
E. W . Jaehnig,
E. P. Neuens.
E. A . W itt.
N 1c. J. Paulus,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 2, 1910.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
S to c k s and o th e r s e c u r i t i e s ............................
B a n k in g h o u se ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p roved re se rve b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n ................. ............
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n ts . . ... .
U. S. bonds and n o tes
and ce rtifica te s of in d e b te d n e ss ......................
T o t a l ........................

$ 2 3 9 ,1 5 5

10
12,110

44
47
Of

60. 00
2 , 8 0 0 00
1, 400 Of
3 4 ,7 0 4 51
992 15
2 , 4 2 7 50
421 85

L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n divided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Certified ch e ck s . . . . . . . .
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u t-

00
6,000 00

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0

7 ,1 5 0 19
9 0 ,6 4 8 92
133,671 54
4 7 ,3 6 8 41
85 40

'

1 5 ,4 0 6

22

$ 3 3 0 ,3 3 0

68

6, 403 00
91 26
2 9 ,7 5 4 50
$ 3 3 0 ,3 3 0

68

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

Freedom— Freedom State Bank.
(P . O. K aukauna)
C. D E JO N G . President.
J. W . A P P L E T O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
C. D e Jong,
J. W . Appleton,
E . J. M u rp h ey ,

J O H N S C H O M M E R , C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
John Schommer,
•
E. J. M cG eeh an .

E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 19, 1917.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B ankin g- h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ................... ' . . .
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..............
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 0 6 ,2 4 9 . 73
444 26

729 03
2, 545 08
1 , 7 2 2 39
3, 6 4 3 98
2 ,2 4 3 47

C a p ital s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ............ ..
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .........
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
B ills p a y a b le ....................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 7 0

45

3 6 ,6 8 7 09
6 1 ,9 2 2 22
2 , 6 9 6 02
5 , 0 0 0 00

28 48
125 00
609 30
1 ,3 1 3 00
212 06
10 00
$ 1 1 9 ,8 7 5 78

T o ta l

$ 1 1 9 ,8 7 5 78

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

159

Fremont— Fremont State Bank.
W M . S H E R B U R N E . P re sid e n t.
I.
E. B A U E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.

N . H . J O H N S O N , Cashier.
S IN A A . J O H N S O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
I.
E. Bauer,
j . M. Y a n k e e ,
S.
A . Johnson,
N . H . Johnson.
W m . Sherburne,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 16, 1910.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds ............ . .
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r sa v in g s c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er real e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D u e fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 2 8 ,7 3 8 26
2 ,8 7 1 88
3 ,0 0 0 00

2 8 ,7 8 8
2 ,5 0 0
3 ,4 0 6
400

51
00
57
00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, less
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ............ . . . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . . .

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,9 3 1 77
9 8 ,0 3 6 41
2 2 0 ,2 3 0 57
1 1 ,1 0 9 18

5 3 ,9 2 0 32
9 ,7 9 4 87
3 ,7 4 4 89
730 00
1 ,7 3 2 90
5 ,4 6 2 00
217 73
$ 3 4 5 ,3 0 7 93

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

$ 3 4 5 ,3 0 7 93

Friendship— Friendship State Bank.
J.
W . P U R V E S , President.
J O H N P. L E W I S , V ice President.

W . E. M C G O W A N , C ashier.
P. F . S M IT H , A s s t. Cashier,

D IR E C T O R S .
J W . Purves.

A.
C. M oors.
John P. Lew is,

E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 19, 1910.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s ..............
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
S ilv e r coin . . . ....................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ...........
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 1 3 0 ,4 7 9 35
394 18
2 2 ,4 0 0

00

7 ,6 5 0 00
1 ,8 8 4 81
1 ,0 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid .........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t■ sta n d in g ........................

»

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

07

6 3 ,7 6 7 25
6 4 ,3 7 6 61
2 9 ,1 ^ 4 14
3 ,9 6 2

97

11,65,4 37
98 47
548 40
1 ,9 5 8 00
97 46
$ 1 7 8 ,1 6 5 04

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

$ 1 7 8 ,1 6 5 04

160

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Friesland— Friesland State Bank.
(P . O. C am b ria.)
E. W . B R A N D E L President.
E L I C U P E R Y , V ice President.
J. W . H utchinson,
R. F. Clark,
J. F. Burba ch,
E li Cupery,

A . J. B L O C H U O L Z . C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H en ry Sauer,
P. T. Cupery,
E. W . Brandel.

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T

27, 1914.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

$ 9 4 ,3 5 7 27
320 78
800 00
2 ,6 0 2 31
1 ,9 7 7 70
8 ,2 5 1 55
280 00
670 00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rp lu s fund ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, less
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ............ ..
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................

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

03

3 7 ,9 9 9 38
5 6 ,8 7 7 77

1 ,2 0 0 00
68 57
$ 1 1 0 ,5 2 8 18

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

$ 1 1 0 ,5 2 8 18

Galesburg’— Galesburg State Bank.
(P . O. N a v a r in o )
J U L IU S B U H O L Z , P re sid e n t.
T H E O . M E Y E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.

R . L. B U H O L Z , C a sh ier.
E . S. T O R R E Y , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F . J. J esk e,
T. S. M a iteir,
T heo. M eyer,
E. S. T o rrey .

H . C. A n d erso n ,
J u liu s B u h olz,
B e th F e eu r,
N. N. B e r g m a n n ,
H . E. C a m p b e ll,

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 15, 1919.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s . . . . . . . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
■Gold c o i n ................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
In te r n a l rev. s ta m p s . .
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 0 8 ,4 7 7 33
3 ,4 1 0 25
3 ,8 3 4 10
2 ,5 6 9 28
7 ,8 5 3
214
350
586

93
00
00
80

773 00
136 72
30 00
$ 1 2 8 ,2 3 5 41

C a p ita l s to c k paid
i n ..
$ 1 5 ,0 0 0
Su rplu s fu n d . . ...............
750
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t e xp e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ........
1 ,0 1 6
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...
5 5 ,0 8 4
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
5 3 ,3 7 3
S a v in g s d e p osits . . . . . .
2 ,7 6 1
C ertified c h e c k s .
100
C a sh ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
7
O th e r lia b ilitie s ............
145
T o t a l ........................

00
00
59
38
00
01
00
28

15

$ 1 2 8 ,2 3 5 41

REPORTS

OF

STATE

161

BANKS

Galesville— Bank o f Galesville.
E. F . C L A R K , President.
S. C. F R E N C H , V ice President.
B . W . D A V IS , V ice President.
E. F .
J. F .
L. N .
W . S.

Clark,
Canee,
H am m er,
W ad leigh ,

J. F . C A N C E . Cashier.
R . H . A S H L E Y , A sst. Cashier.
J. A . H A M M E R , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
B. W . Davis,
S. C. French,
F . -A . K ellm an,

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 30, 1883.
Incorporated as a State Bank June 4, 1885.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L oans and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r saving- c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n ...................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y . ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

.L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 6 5 7 ,5 0 4 01
812 32
1 6 3 ,2 5 2 25

5 1 ,1 1 9 60
7 ,0 0 0 00
1 8 2 ,8 8 7 99
2 6 ,7 9 0 83
3 ,4 4 6 42
640 00
1 ,2 0 7 80

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .....................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s ...............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ........................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 4 6 92
63 00
2 0 1 ,6 8 8 35
5 7 4 ,0 2 4 93
2 2 4 ,5 1 9 37
58 50
1 8 ,2 8 7 95

8 ,7 7 8 00
249 80

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,1 0 3 ,6 8 9 02

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,1 0 3 ,6 8 9 02

Galesville— Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
G.
O. G IL B E R T S O N , President.
J. A . B E R G , Cashier.
J O H N D IC K , V ice President.
G EO . O. S A G E N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. M. Benrud,
C. C. W a so n ,
S. D . Grover,
G. O. Gilbertson,
John Dick,
J. A . Berg,
J. O. H ovre,
F. J. Stellpflug.
A.
J. B aardseth,
E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 6. 1908.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rce*.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
<> v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n ........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
V ic to r y loan a c c o u n t ..
T o ta l ........................

11— B.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 3 4 7 ,9 9 0 14
416 68
3 8 ,0 0 0 Of

1 2 ,3 5 6
2 ,0 0 0

2f
00

8 9 ,9 3 1

8t

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e n o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,5 0 0 00
5 ,7 6 0

54

1 2 8 ,8 6 9

69

2 3 6 ,8 1 3 43
1 0 9 ,7 6 8 40

261 35
2 ,5 9 7 50
913 4
4 ,5 4 2 00
52 8^
5 ,6 5 0 00
$ 5 0 4 ,7 1 2

06

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

$ 5 0 4 ,7 1 2

0

162

REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF BANKING

Gays Mills— Bank of Gays Mills.
H.
P.

W . S T U C K E Y , President.
J. L E W I S , V ice President.

O. A . S H E R W O O D , C a sh ier.
M. F . B E R N I E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.
J. J. Y O U N G , A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H . W . Stuckey,
N . Jurgenson,
P. J. Lew is,
S. L. Brow n,
T im othy M urphy,
W . H . Low e.
G.
T. A tw o o d ,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 24, 1904.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 . 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar saving- c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s .
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n ...................
S ilv e r c o i n ................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y .......................... . . .
V ic to r y b onds .................
T o t a l ........................

$ 2 7 8 ,2 1 7 82
3 ,7 6 0 80

3 2 ,7 7 7 02
1 ,5 3 5 00
2 ,5 4 5 00

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Dem and certificates o f
d e p osit .............................

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 09
1 1 7 ,6 3 8

62

2 2 9 ,2 8 0 32

3 6 ,2 7 4 85
7 ,7 3 4 00
5 ,9 2 8 44
302 50
5 ,0 5 5 0C
1 ,0 4 3 60
1 ,7 4 5 00
$ 3 7 6 ,9 1 9 03

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

$ 3 7 6 ,9 1 9 03

Genesee Depot— State Bank of Genesee Depot.
T.
D A V I D E D W A R D S . President.
A R T H U R R IC H A R D S , Cashier.
C H A S . R . J O N E S . V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
F.
W . Schwinn,
H ow ard Greene,
C.
R. Jones,
T. D avid E dw ards,
A rth u r R ichards,
John Sherman.
L eonard F . H ientz,
E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 16, 1910.

Statement November 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s .. .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th e r real e sta te ow n ed
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
an d cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ...........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 3 7 ,0 0 6 05
1 ,3 5 0 74
2 1 ,0 0 0 00

5 1 ,7 2 6
2 ,4 0 0
1 ,7 0 0
800

48
00
00
00

5 ,3 9 1

88

Capital stock paid i n . . .
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ................
4 ,0 0 0
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d .........
3 ,6 3 0
Individual deposits, sub­
7 1 ,1 9 3
je c t to c h e c k ....
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ............................. ....
1 0 3 ,4 4 9
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
2 3 ,1 0 3
N otes and bills redis­
cou n ted
1 0 ,0 0 0
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
700

00
00
75
85
75
55
00
00

857 64
137 50
1 ,2 1 9 60
2 ,1 3 2 00
356 01
$ 2 2 6 ,0 7 7 90

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

$ 2 2 6 ,0 7 7 90

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

163

Genoa— Genoa State Bank.
A. T U L L O C H , President.

A. Tulloch,
Carlo M oltraiso,

H . A . T U L L O C K . C ashier.
E. S. C O L L IN S , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Louis M onte, Sr.,
F red Morelli.

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 18, 1909.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

l o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s ..................
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
an d cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n ...................... . . .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
U. S. bonds and c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess
V ic to r y l o a n ......................
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 6 4 ,3 6 9 70
2 ,8 0 3 49
1 5 ,8 8 3 75
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 9 ,2 3 9

75

252 58
130 00
482 25

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid . ....................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e certificates of dep o sit ..................................
Cashier’s
checks
outsta n d in g ........................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . .

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,1 2 6 56
3 4 ,3 4 3

85

1 7 4 ,2 4 2

17

480 00
46 2 6

,422 00
198 32
1 3 ,9 9 7 00
960 00
$ 2 3 2 .2 3 8 81

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

$ 2 3 2 ,2 3 8 84

Genoa Junction— Citizens State Bank.
D A V I D R. K I M B A L L , P re sid e n t.
C. D. B L A N K , V ice President.

C. A . S T O N E , Cashier.
G R A C E G. S T O N E , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. E. W illia m s
D a v id R . K im b a ll.

E. O. K uli,
R . H olm es,
C. D. Blank,

E S T A B L IS H E D

NOVEM BER

3, 1904.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th e ” re al e sta te ow ned
Due from approved rese rve b a n k s .................
D ue from oth er b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national curre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 2 5 ,6 1 2 99
65 32
2 7 ,7 3 0
2 ,7 0 0
1 ,9 9 5
4 ,8 0 0

50
00
00
00

4 4 ,2 6 7 44
1 0 ,1 5 7 06

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
Dem and certificates of
d e p o sit .............................

$ 1 2 ,0 0 0
1 3 ,0 0 0

00
00

1 4 ,7 7 6 75
9 7 ,8 2 6

19

8 7 ,4 3 7

06

$ 2 2 5 ,0 4 0

00

3 ,5 0 2 79
601 7C
3 ,5 7 3 00
34 20
$ 2 2 5 ,0 4 0 Of

T o ta l ........................

• 164

REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF BANKING

Gillett— The Citizens State Bank.
H.
A . K O S K E , P re sid e n t.
AUG. Z IP P E L , V ice President.

A . G. W B N D O R F , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Gust Bocher,
H . A . K oske,
Anthony Gomber.

A u gu st Zippel,
W . W . Sm ith ,
F.
F . K oske,
Geo. H o x ie ,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T

17, 1907.

Statement November 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ........................ .
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtificate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er re al e sta te ow ned
Due from approved rese rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
Gold c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national curre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
Cash sh o rt .................

$ 4 5 5 ,5 4 1 10
1 ,4 9 0 40

27', 640
5 ,8 0 0
2 ,4 0 0
600
1 0 1 ,8 3 5
25
1 ,4 3 5
1 ,1 8 5

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ................. .
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p aid ......................
51 Individual deposits, sub00
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . .
00 T im e ce rtifica te s of d e OC
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits .............
46 Certified c h e c k s ...............
91
00
30

1 1 ,1 0 6 52
1 3 0 ,1 9 2

84

3 6 2 ,8 6 6 25
4 3 ,1 8 2 38
6 bid

4 ,1 9 2 00
197 86
11 11
$ 6 0 2 ,3 5 4 6.5

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

$ 3 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 0 ,0 0 0 00

T o ta l . . ....................

$ 6 0 2 ,3 5 4

65

Gilman— State Bank of Gilman.
F R A N K S. G R U B B , President.
O.
S T E N E H J E M , V ice President.

M. B . S T E G N E R , Cashier,

D IR E C T O R S .
C. W . W iekow ske,
M. B. Stegner.

L J R oe,
F rank Grubb,
O. Stenehjem,

E S T A B L I S H E D M A T 22, 1914.

Statement November 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S. bonds, L . S. c e rtificate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O ther re al e sta te ow ned
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ................. ..
U. S. and national curren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
F o u rth lib e r ty lo a n . . . .
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 8 6 ,0 4 6 56
1 ,8 3 0 81

5,,450
2 ,9 0 0
2 ,6 9 7
1 ,5 5 0

00
00
85
00

148 41
95 00
594 20
3 ,4 2 8 00
166 09
686 OO
$ 1 0 5 ,5 9 2 92

Capital stock paid
i n ...
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ..........
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ........................
N otes and bills redis­
cou n ted ...........................
V ic to r y lo an ...................
T o t a l ........................

$10,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,7 8 0 18
1 ,4 7 5 12
4 5 ,7 1 7 ,8 8
1 0 ,5 4 0 03
1 3 ,1 7 3 71
1 ,9 1 0 39
1 8 ,6 5 0 60
345 00
$ 1 0 5 ,5 9 2 92

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

165

Gilmanton— Gilmanton State Bank.
P.
J. H U T C H IS O N . President. .
G EO. L. K R O M P E T E R , Vice Pres.

G EO . W . S M IT H , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. W . Sm ith,
Geo. L . K rom peter,
W . H . Gum bert,
L udw ig Schultz,
W . G. Goodermote,
H en ry Haunschied.
P. J. Hutchison.
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 14. 1910.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
municipal
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue from approved rese rv e b a n k s .................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U . S. and national curr e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 7 8 ,5 6 9 06
547 64
2 ,5 0 0

00

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

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of dep o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
B ills p a y a b le ...................

$10,000 00
2,000 00
900 47
5 3 ,6 7 2 27
3 5 ,3 8 6 98
707 13
5 ,0 0 0 00

1 0 .5 7 6 80
676 45
8 ,3 3 5 00
111 90
$ 1 0 7 ,6 6 6 85

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

$ 1 0 7 ,6 6 6 85

Glenbeulah— The Glenbeulah State Bank.
J O H N H A N S E N , President.
A.
W . S T A N N A R D , V ice President.

E. L. A R N O L D , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R.
B. M elvin,
J. H a n se n ,
A.
W . Stannard,
E . L. A rn o ld .
Fred Gilman,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 8. 1913.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 1 1 9 ,1 7 3
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
430
• State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r bonds . . . . . . . .
8 ,7 5 0
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
3 ,0 0 0
Stocks and other secur­
ities ............ .......................
1 ,2 0 2
B a n k in g house ...............
4 ,5 0 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
2 ,8 9 0
Due from approved re­
se rve b a n k s . . . . . . . .
1 7 ,2 2 2
G old c o i n .............................
57
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
123
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
2 ,0 8 1
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ..........
46
R e v e n u e sta m p s c o u ­
pon s ................
,130
V ic to r y l o a n ........................................392
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
00
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
00 Dem and certificates of
d e p o sit .............................
00 Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
00
00 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
s ta n d in g ...........................
27
50 B ills p a y a b le ...................
|40 V ic to r y l o a n .....................

05
17

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,7 4 8

32

8 8 ,4 2 4

69

2 ,1 4 5

00

3 1 ,4 3 6 97
7 ,5 8 5 94
651 29
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
6 28

00
08
63
39

$ 1 5 9 ,9 9 8 49

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 5 9 ,9 9 8 49

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REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Glen Flora— State Bank of Glen Flora,
F R A N K I. H U G H E S , President.
A U G . P E T E R S O N , V ice President.

E. R. Bollen,
F rank I. H ughes,
John Edm ing,
H . C. Johnson,

F R A N K T H A T C H E R , C ash ier.
E. W . H U G H E S , A s s t. C ashier.
E. L. A . B R U G E R , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. A . M ichaelson,
Iver M . Bergstrom ,
A u g . Peterson.

E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 10, 1915.

Statement November 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. certifi­

cates of indebtedness,
war saving certifs.
and thrift sta m p s...
Furniture and fixtures.
Other real estate owned
Due

from

approved re­
serve banks .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
F e d e ra l re se rv e b a n k . .
C u sto m e r s’ b on d s . . . .
T o t a l ................... . .

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 6 3 ,5 7 6 49

1 11

7 ,1 6 0 06
1 ,0 6 7 03
94 50
2 8 ,6 3 1 37
1 ,5 7 9 38

1 3 4 10

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ...................... . ' . . . .
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
F if t h l o a n ...........................

$10,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
689 28
5 6 ,7 8 5

09

6 ,8 0 3 76
2 8 ,2 3 8 87
820 50

1 ,1 7 8 00

4 20

811 20
100 00
$ 1 0 4 ,3 3 7 50

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

$ 1 0 4 ,3 3 7 50

Glen Haven— The Glen Haven Bank.
W . H . J O R D A N , President.
M. W . M E T C A L F , V ice President.

T. S. M E T C A L F , Cashier.
E T H E L M E T C A L F , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . H . Jordan,
A lb ert K uenster,
L.
H . Bennett,

. W . M etcalf,
M a r lo w K id d .

m

E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 22, 1905.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth er b on d s . . . . . . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 4 6 ,5 6 8 84
1 ,6 7 8 30
2 6 ,1 5 5 70
1 ,5 0 0 00
500 00
2 4 ,3 9 1 12
92 37
160 00
7 9 4 65

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Demand
certificates of
d e p osit .............................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................

$10,000 00
5,000 00
3 ,1 4 0

68

4 3 ,7 0 4

91

1 ,4 9 6

41

1 3 9 ,9 7 1

24

1 ,2 4 6 00
226 32
$ 2 0 3 ,3 1 3 30

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

$ 2 0 3 ,3 1 3 30

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R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN K S

Glenwood— First State Bank of Glenwood.
A . J. V A N D E R H I D E N , President.
M. F . B A K E R , Cashier.
P. A . B E E B E , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . J. V an der H iden,
D. C. Coolidge,
P. A . Beebe,
A . C. H arrim an.
M. F . Baker,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1896.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 20, 1903.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s .....................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
e e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
Stocks and other secur­
itie s .....................................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved re­
se rve b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and c a sh i t e m s ............
G old coin . . . . . . . . . . . . .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
B ills r e c e i v a b l e ...............
T o t a l ........................

$ 2 3 6 ,0 2 5 17
543 54

8 7 ,8 1 7 82
1 ,3 0 0 00
4 ,6 0 0 00
3 ,2 0 0 00
3 5 ,9 4 1 09
730 25

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ........................

$42,000 00
600 00
2 ,0 5 3 62
1 3 3 ,8 1 8 74
1 2 1 ,1 7 7 09
5 2 ,4 2 3 20
2 3 ,7 1 9 52

625 99
1 ,5 6 0 00
819 00
2 ,1 3 0 00
135 67
363 64
$ 3 7 5 ,7 9 2 l i

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

$ 3 7 5 ,7 9 2

7

Glidden— American State Bank.
W M . G. F O R D Y C E , President.
W . E. J E H N , Cashier.
J. D. T W O M E Y , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
W m . G. Fordyce,
J. D. Tw om ey,
Peter F eschbach,
Phil Stoltz,
Geo. Derringer,
W . E. Jehn.
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 15. 1900.
F orm erly Glidden State Bank.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 24, 1903.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 1 1 8 ,6 7 2
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
2 ,5 6 5
State,
m unicipal
and
o th e r bonds .................
2 0 ,0 0 0
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi- •
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar s a v in g
e e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
2 8 ,5 4 3
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
3 ,9 0 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
1 ,7 4 5
D ue from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
5 ,8 2 6
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
1 ,2 7 5
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
169
G old c o i n .............................
455
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
831
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ............................ . .
5 ,2 9 4
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
114
In su ra n c e p re m iu m a d ­
va n ced .............................
1 ,1 2 9
T o ta l


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79
01
00

55
00
00

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D ue to b a n k s— d e p o sits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 1 2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 4 9 97
2 ,0 0 0 00
4 3 ,6 0 8

05

6 5 ,3 5 6 87
6 3 ,5 0 7 94

69
71
48
00
50
00
53
57

$ 1 9 0 ,5 2 2 83

T o ta l

$ 1 9 0 ,5 2 2 83

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REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Grafton— Grafton State Bank.
W M . W E B E R , President.
F . C. M I N T Z L A F F , V ic e P re sid e n t.

H y . Henning’s,
W illia m H ovener,
Louis L . Zaun,

R O B T . L. Z A U N , C ashier.
A L M A M IN T Z L O F F , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F. C. M intzlaft,
W m . W eber.

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 17, 1907.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b on d s ................ .
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house . . . . . . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
an d cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
D u e fro m su b sc rib e rs
o f v ic to r y b o n d s . . . .
W a r s a v in g s s t a m p s ..
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 1 7 5 ,9 5 8 08
76 00
7 5 ,3 4 0 27

6 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,8 0 0 00
700 00
4 3 ,9 0 2

03

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund
.................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e certificates of de­
p o sit . . . ...........................
S a y in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
s ta n d in g
.

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

00
00

1 1 ,5 6 9

Oi

9 6 ,3 6 8 94
8 0 ,7 5 5
1 0 4 ,7 8 9

05
03

583 50

57 60
1 ,0 5 0 00
410 85
3 ,4 0 5 00
153 ,41
175 0
37 33
$ 3 0 9 ,0 6 5 5

T o ta l ......................,

$ 3 0 9 ,0 6 5 57

Grand Marsh— Grand Marsh State Bank.
L. P A T R I C K , P re sid e n t.
H . S. B U R D IC K , V ic e P re sid e n t.
H . S. Burdick,
A . S. Neff.
C has. K . C olb y,

A. S. N E F F , C ash ier.
C H A S . K . C O L B Y , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R . E. M cM ah on ,
L . P a tr ic k .

E S T A B L IS H E D

FEBRUARY

1, 1915.

S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R e so u rc e «.
L ia b ilitie s .
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 8 8 ,2 7 5 72 C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
¿ 0 S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
State,
m unicipal
and
U ndivided profits, le ss
oth er b on d s .................
6 ,6 5 0 00
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
B a n k in g house ...............
2 ,5 0 0 0 r
ta x e s paid ......................
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
1 ,5 6 0 8C Individual deposits, sub­
Due from ap p rove d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k .................
se rv e b a n k s .................
8 ,8 3 2 4? T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
p o sit ................
and cash i t e m s ............
1 ,0 8 2 94 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
G old c o i n .............................
240 0
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
732 3
sta n d in g ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
1 ,4 6 6 Of
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
200 00
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 1 1 ,5 4 0 7f

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

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,2 7 9

03

3 6 ,4 1 5

25

4 9 ,3 3 1 91
9 ,7 7 6 28
1 ,7 3 8 32

$ 1 1 1 ,5 4 0 7"

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS

169

Grand Rapids— Bank of Grand Rapids.
IS A A C P. W I T T E R , President.
G EO. W . M E A D , V ice President.

Isaac P. W itter,
E.

E. B. R E D F O R D , Cashier.
W . G. S C H R O E D E L , Asst. Cashier.
M.
J. C E P R E S S , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. W . Mead.

B. R edford,
E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 9, 1888.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 13, 1903.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
S to c k s and oth e r s e c u r i t i e s .............................
O th er re a l e sta te ow n ed
Due fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g s
and
th r ift sta m p s ............
R e v e n u e sta m p s ..........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 6 1 2 ,8 0 4 60
2 ,6 4 3 01
3 7 ,5 8 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 2 ,5 8 3 05
1 6 7 ,7 7 2 77
14,4,48 50
3 ,0 3 5 70
5 ,0 9 5 0(
1 ,2 4 5 0

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fund ....................
C o n tin g e n t fu n d ..........
U n divided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D ue to b a n k s— d e p o sits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit .................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . .

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 5 ,1 4 2 82
9 ,3 0 6 72
2 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 5 7 ,2 2 9 77
2 6 4 ,0 1 2
8 4 ,9 1 5

71
95

4 ,2 6 6 25
2 ,5 5 0 30

1 3 ,8 3 1 Of
124 74

7 7 ,1 9 8 07
63 08
$ 9 5 2 ,4 2 4 52

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

$ 9 5 2 ,4 2 4 52

Granton— Farmers State Bank.
R O B T . K U R T H , President.
W . SC O T T D A V IS , C ash ier.
J O H N P. K I N T Z E L E , V ic e P re sid e n t. W I L S O N M A L L O R Y ,' A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Robt. K urth,
Carl C. Berg,
Jno. P. K intzele,
W m . K urth,
Geo. A . Ure,
A. J. K n o r r,
W . Scott Davis,
P. J. K e n u n e te r .
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 5, 1904.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b onds . ...............
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtificate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rr e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
W a r s a v in g s s t a m p s ..
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 9 5 ,5 5 6 03
1 ,9 1 0 63
4 1 ,2 5 1

50

1 0 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,7 0 0 00
1 ,7 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id en d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,7 5 0 00
3 ,0 7 2 30
94 00
1 4 7 ,6 7 3

54

2 0 2 ,9 1 5 54
1 8 ,7 5 5 76

44,8,43 7
399 73
430 00
274 85
3 ,5 5 0 0'
113 63
31 Of
$ 4 0 3 ,2 6 1

1

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

$ 4 0 3 ,2 6 1

14

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Grantsburg-— First Bank of Grantsburg.
A.
P. N E L S O N , President.
A N D . P E T E R S O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
O L E A N D E R S O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

J. R. C A S S E L , Cashier.
B . A. W IC K S T R O M , A s s t Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Ole Anderson,
W m . Anderson,
S.
T h o re so n ,
Andrew Peterson.
A.
P. Nelson,
A nton M . Anderson.
E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 7, 1896.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 8, 1901.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
S to c k s and o th e r s e ' c u ritie s ...........................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
an d cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n ............................. •
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l .........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 4 5 ,2 6 7 10
92 15

2 7 ,0 4 3 77
1 ,6 0 0 00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,1 0 0 00
7 7 ,4 6 0 33
4 ,1 2 6 06

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ............ ..
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e certificates o f de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
s ta n d in g ...........................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 60
3 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,7 1 4 42
1 3 7 ,9 5 9 78
1 5 7 ,0 7 7 51
3 2 1 ,1 2 3 36
1 3 ,0 4 3

23

2 ,7 7 8 37
1 ,2 0 0 00
922 50
1 ,2 4 7 00
5 ,9 4 7 00
134 02
$ 6 8 5 ,9 1 8 30

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

$ 6 8 5 ,9 1 8 3 !1

Gratiot— Gratiot State Bank.
H . W . B U R M E IS T E R . P re sid e n t.
H . L. G E A C H . C ashier.
J. A , W A N D , V ice President.
R A Y F . B U R M E IS T E R , A s s t. C a sh ie r
D IR E C T O R S .
H . W . B u rm e iste r,
E . L . Geach.
J. A . W a n d .
^
E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 19, 1902.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m o th e r b a n k s .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 3 1 ,9 3 9 94
273 60
2 ,0 0 0

Of

3 4 ,4 5 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,7 0 0 00
5 4 ,0 1 6
1 6 ,4 5 7
2 ,5 0 0
1 ,2 0 1

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Demand certificates o f
d e p o sit .........

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,8 0 2

91

1 4 8 ,0 9 0 93
1 8 0 ,2 2 0 44

54
89
00
25

4 ,0 1 2 00
63 06
$ 3 5 2 ,1 1 4 28

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

$ 3 5 2 ,1 1 4 28

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS

171

Green Bay— Bank of Green Bay.
P E T E R F . D O R S C H E L , P re sid e n t.
H . R . E R IC H S E N , Cashier.
VV. T. H A G E N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
A L B E R T K AAP, Asst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
P e te r F . D o r sch e l,
E. H . M anger,
W m . L . E v a n s,
J oseph H . S e rv o tte ,
W a lt e r T . H a g e n ,
H e n r y H e r r ic k ,
Joseph F . M a rtin ,
H . R . E rich se n .
J acob V a n d e r Z an d en ,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 20, 1901.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
municipal
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n ........................ . .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 6 4 4 ,2 5 0 99
78 95
2 3 6 ,4 5 0 00

7 9 ,3 5 0 00
5 ,6 9 0 31
6 8 ,8 0 3 20
2 1 ,0 0 2 4 4
552 50
4 ,2 3 9 15

Capital stock paid in . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
......................
ta x e s p a i d
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .. . j . . . .
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ............................. ....
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ....................

$75,000 00
3 5 ,5 0 0 00
5 ,0 2 8 90
2 7 9 ,8 5 7 91
2 2 7 ,6 5 5 04
4 3 2 ,4 1 7 55
7 ,5 1 7

14

10,000 00

1 1 ,6 3 3 00
926 00

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,0 7 2 ,9 7 6

54

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,0 7 2 ,9 7 6 54

Green Bay— Brown County State Bank
J O H N A . K IT T E D , President.
j . L . H O S L E T T , Cashier.
R.
C. B U C H A N A N , V ice President.
A . F . S C H U L T Z , A sst. Cashier.
G.
R. H I C K E Y , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
John A . K ittel,
J. J. V an Slycke,
R . C. Buchanan,
E.
S. Schmitt,
G. R . H ickey,
C. W . Collier,
A . J. Tepler,
J. L. H o s le tt,
E. J. Allen,
J. F . Enz.
H . S. Scheller,
E S T A B L IS H E D J U N E 26, 1918.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h ou se ................................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l . ._


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 4 5 0 ,0 8 1 2C
49 76
2 ,9 4 0

5f

5 ,5 9 8 59
6 ,4 3 1 78
1 9 ,8 8 7 58
442 07
5 ,5 2 8

87

1 3 ,0 8 0 46
2 ,5 3 1 4(

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fund ...................
C o n tin g e n t fund ..........
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted ...........................

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 7 ,5 0 0 00
1 2 ,4 8 1 1
3 ,0 4 9 49
2 5 ,4 3 7 66
2 3 6 ,1 2 8 33
2 7 ,8 5 1 11
8 3 ,2 8 7 24
2 ,3 0 3

25

2 0 ,0 0 0 00

1 1 ,4 1 1 00
54 95
$ 5 1 8 ,0 3 8 2i

T o ta l

$ 5 1 8 ,0 3 8 27

172

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Green Bay— The Farmers Exchange Bank.
J. H . O S T E R L O H . P re sid e n t.
A . L . C A N N A R D , Cashier.
F R E D A . R A H R , V ic e P re sid e n t.
J. H . V A N D U R R E N . A sst. Cashier.
J. L . JO H N SO N , 2nd V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
•f'r x? 4 ; ? a ,h lj
P h il A . H a e v e rs ,
J. H . O ste rlo h ,
j . s. J oh n so n ,
S am u e l H . C a d y,
h . C lee rm a n s,
N. F e ld h a u se n ,
j . y . M ic k sc h .
H e r m a n S m its,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 2, 1903.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
an d
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r saving- c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
Stocks and other securi­
ties ....................................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th e r re al e sta te ow ned
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
Due fro m oth e r b a n k s .
Exchanges for clearing
house ............ ..................
Gold c o i n ........................ .. .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
V ic to r y lo an ......................
T o ta l

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 7 9 ,4 7 9 58
703 38
1 9 ,6 0 0 00

1 1 8 ,2 0 8 07
3 ,5 8 7
9 ,0 0 0
9 ,0 9 0
2 6 ,3 3 8

,47
00
50
66

3 3 ,2 6 9 79
1 0 ,8 3 3 95

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o ists
D iv id e n d s u n p a id ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits . . . . . .
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00

6, 000 00
1 1 .8 7 2 50
1 ,6 1 5 14

12 00
2 6 0 ,7 9 9 53
2 2 8 ,6 4 8 76
3 0 3 ,8 6 3 88
5 ,3 9 9

56

1 4 ,3 2 9 47
2 ,0 9 7 50
2 ,1 0 9 00
9 ,5 5 0 00
14 00

10,000 00
$ 8 4 8 ,2 1 1 37

T o ta l

$ 8 4 8 ,2 1 1 37

Green Bay— South Side State Bank.
E. J. B A L Z A , P re sid e n t.
F . J. B A S T , V ic e P re sid e n t.

L. J. M O R E A U , C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

E.
L.
A.
F.

J. B a lza ,
J. M orea u ,
W . K rie se r ,
J. B a st,

Syl D uq uaine,
C has. M. H a n se n ,
C. D e lm a rc e lle .
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 1, 1919.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. ...
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h ouse ............ ..............
G old c o i n ...................... .. . .
S ilv e r c o i n .......... .............
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ....................-.............
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .............
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 4 3 ,6 9 1 29
6 ,8 4 6 25

894 66
5 ,1 7 2 28
6 ,3 61 09
•

193 60
7 ,0 2 7 12
90 00
726 25

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e xp e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Certified c h e c k s ...............
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ....................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,2 3 3

06

6 3 ,0 3 1 68
1 0 ,2 4 6 00
38 ,6 2 8 75
31 00
41 00
5 ,0 0 0 00

6 ,9 8 2 00
226 95
$ 1 7 8 ,2 1 1 49

T o ta l

$ 1 7 8 ,2 1 1 49

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

173

Green Bay—The West Side State Bank.
A N T O N F L A T T E N , P re sid e n t.
G E O . G IB B S , C ash ier.
W M . D R IS C O L L , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
A n to n P la tte n ,
P. J. B. D u c h a tea u ,
W m . D r is c o ll,
W i l l J. P la tte n ,
J. P. H o g a n ,
E . A . N e u fe ld ,
J. E . S h a u g h n e ssy ,
Geo. G ib b s.
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 27, 1914.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts . . . ...................
b ta te ,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s * ...............
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue from approved re­
se rve b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
an d cash it e m s ............
Exchanges for clearing
h o u se ................................
G old coin . . . . ....................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................ ..

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 3 7 8 ,4 5 1 12
28 76
1,46,754 07

7 ,5 3 6 01
4 ,3 4 3 86
2 6 ,0 9 4 61
12 98

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus f u n d .......................
Undivided profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ................. ; .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e certificates o f de­
p o sit ............ .....................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s ...............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................

$50, 000 00
10. 000 00
19, 174 23
193, 173 75
88, 090 74
218, 512 83
543 00
4, 571 87

8 ,1 1 2 03
2 ,8 9 0 00
3 ,7 0 6 85
5 ,3 6 9 00
767 13
$ 5 8 4 ,0 6 6 42

T o ta l

$ 5 8 4 ,0 6 6 42

Green Lake— Green Lake State Bank.
C. S. M O R R IS , P re sid e n t.
W . L . W A L K E R , C a sh ier.
J. R. B R O O K S , V ic e P re sid e n t.
L. H . B U R L IN G , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. S. M o rr is,
L . D. P a tte r s o n ,
W . L . W a lk e r ,
W m . S m ith ,
J. R . B r o o k s ,
W . S. H a ig h .
I.
O. S h erw oo d ,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 28, 1902.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ................. .-. . .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
F e d e ra l re se rv e b an k
s to c k
................................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue from , oth er b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and ca sh i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin . .........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n cy ..................................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
Due fro m c u sto m e rs on
v ic to r y n o te s ............
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 2 5 5 ,3 5 1 57
306 52
9 0 ,3 5 9

76

1 ,0 5 0 00
4 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,8 0 0 00
6 0 ,6 6 3 19
1 ,9 6 0 00
15 96
425 00
1 ,9 6 8 55

L ia b ilitie s .
Capital stock paid in . . .
Surplus fund ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid . . . ............
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Dem and certificates of
d e p osit .............................
T im e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ............

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,6 1 6 77
80 00
1 0 0 ,3 4 9

47

1 0 9 ,1 9 9

01

1 5 1 ,3 6 2 47
1 8 ,6 1 4 95
291 45

5 ,1 4 5 00
,435 08
141 00
392 49
$ 4 2 4 ,5 1 4 12

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

$ 4 2 4 ,5 1 4 12

174

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R OF B A N K IN G

Greenleaf—State Bank of Greenleaf.
T.
E. C O N N E L L , P re sid e n t.
T H O S . F L A T L E Y , V ic e P re sid e n t.

J. B. F L A T L E Y , C a sh ier.
R . M. P R U S T , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Jas. E. C la rk ,
R . M . P ru st,
J. B. F la tle y ,
F r a n k R . F a le k .

M.
J. R oach ,
T . E . C o n n ell,
J acob B r ittn a c h e r.
T h o s. F la tle y ,
L e o P. F o x ,

E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 4, 1913.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B ankin g house .................
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n ................... . . . .
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 4 3 ,8 5 5 38
42 63
2 5 ,3 6 0 00

2 0 ,5 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 3 5 00

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e certificates o f de­
p o sit . . ..............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,7 8 0

37

7 7 ,1 0 3 12
1 2 1 ,2 0 3
2 7 ,7 1 2

35
73

4 6 ,4 2 0 41
41 14
90 00
1 ,1 4 5 60
3 ,5 6 3 00
246 41
$ 2 4 7 ,2 9 9 57

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

$ 2 4 7 ,2 9 9 57

Green Valley— State Bank.
W M . B E R N E R . P re sid e n t.
S. A . G O S K A , V ic e P re sid e n t.

C. F . G A L L A G H E R , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .

W m . B ern er,
S. A . G o sk a ,
Jos. B a b le r,
W m . R o llo f,

A . J. R y a n ,
M a rtin L a rs e n
M. V a le n tin e .
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 30, 1919.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
G old c o i .n .............................
S ilv e r coin .........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 6 ,8 0 8 65
2 ,2 9 7 08
2 ,0 2 5 32
1 6 ,5 8 4 39
40 00
560 35
•

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
C o n tin g e n t fu n d ............
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h eck
....
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit
................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
625 50
2 2 ,4 9 2 02
1 0 ,6 7 6 02
434 00

829 00
82 75

$ 4 9 ,2 2 7 54

T o ta l ........................

$ 4 9 ,2 2 7 54

175

R E P O R T S OF STATE BANKS

Greenville—State Bank.
W . G. J A M IS O N , P re sid e n t.
G E O . S C H M ID T , V ic e P re sid e n t.

F . J. M U H L B R , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Chas. Sch m id t,
W m . S ch u ltze,
J.
P. F ra n k .

W . G. J am ison ,
G eo. Schm idt,
F . J. M u h ler,
John P e g e l,

E S T A B L IS H E D

SEPTEM BER

26, 1919.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ..............
B a n k in g h o u se ............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and c.ash item s
....
G old c o i n ................
S ilv e r coin .........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 5 ,1 6 0
4
4 ,5 0 0
2 ,7 6 4
1 1 ,8 4 0
300
235
241
965
98

00 C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . . .
53 Su rplu s fu n d ....................
00 U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
1,4
ta x e s p a i d ......................
44 Individual deposits sub­
je c t to ch eck ...............
00 T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
00
40 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
N o te s and b ills r e -d i s ­
cou n ted ...........................
00
66

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

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

$ 7 6 ,1 0 9 17

$ 7 6 ,1 0 9 17

289 73
3 1 ,0 1 4 14
1 7 ,0 2 9 72
1 ,2 6 5 58
1 0 ,0 0 0 00

Greenwood—Farmers and Merchants Bank.
C H . C L U T E , President.
J. H . H U N T Z IC K E R , V ice President.
H . F . S T A B N O W , 2nd V ice President.

C. H . Clute,
F rank Zetsche,
H a rry H ew ett,
H en ry F . Stabnow,
R oy L . K ayh art,

A R T H U R B U K E R , C ash ier.
S. J. P L A T Z , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Adolph Schwarze,
J. H . Huntzicker,
W m - V o lb r a th ,
A lb e r t P e te rso n .

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 11, 1912.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
$ 2 8 8 ,1 4 4
O v e r d r a f t s ......................
1 ,3 1 4
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
3 ,1 8 5
S to c k s and oth er s e c u r ­
ities ................. ................... .
7 ,4 0 0
B a n k in g house ..................
4 ,2 9 5
D ue from approved re­
serv e b a n k s ...................
,40,371
D ue from , oth e r b a n k s .
1 3 ,8 1 1
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
702
G old c o i n .............................
5
S ilv e r coin ........................
1 ,5 5 2
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
5 ,8 9 3
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............
245
Insurance prem ium s ad­
v a n ced .............................
124
174
R e v e n u e s t a m p s '............
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
00 D iv id e n d s un p a id ..........
00. Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
50 D e m a n d c e rtifica te s o f
d ep osit ............................
89
Tim e certificates of de­
p osit ..................................
05
00
65

96
31

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,6 0 0 00
5 ,2 6 4 63
21 00
1 6 0 ,1 5 7 71
1 4 2 ,2 5 3

53

2 5 ,9 2 2

14

00
41
24
00

$ 3 6 7 ,2 1 9 01

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

$ 3 6 7 ,2 1 9 01

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OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Greenwood—Greenwood State Bank
E R A S T U S B O W E N , President.
E. F . W O L L B N B E R G , Cashier.
H . H . H A R T S O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D A L E V A R N E Y , A s s t. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
E ra stu s Bow en,
W m . H untzieker,
H . H . H artson ,
D a le V a r n e y .
E.
F . W ollen berg,
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 19, 1891.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rce«.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift sta m p s . . .
B anking h o u se ....................
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banka
an d cash ite m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ............
U. S. and national cu rr e n c y .............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............
R e v e n u e s ta m p s ............
V ic to r y lo an a c c o u n t ..
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 2 1 ,7 3 8 29
1 ,3 7 0 20

2 1 ,1 0 6 83
7 ,5 0 0 00
6 ,3 1 5 00
1 1 ,4 2 0 33
1 ,1 9 8 28
35 00
1 ,2 9 1 20
•
8 ,9 7 7
120
425
3 ,4 8 0

00
38
00
00

$ 3 8 7 ,9 7 7 51

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid . . . . . . . . . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Dem and
certificates of
d e p osit ..............................
T im e certifica tes o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
.S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
N otes and bills redis­
cou n ted ...........................
L ib e rty loan a c c o u n t .. .

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

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,3 7 1 09
157,1,40 01
2 ,7 2 7 22
1 6 6 ,2 0 5 47
1 6 ,6 7 8 72
1 0 ,8 0 0 00
55 00

$ 3 8 7 ,9 7 7 51

Gresham—State Bank.
R.
A.

E. K O P E L K E , President.
K U C K U K , V ice President.
H en ry H offm an,
R.
K opelke,
A . K uckuk,

L. G. L A U B E N S T E IN , Cashier.
G. E. L A U B E N S T E IN , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
L . G. Laubenstein,
Andrew Mader.

E S T A B L IS H E D

DECEMBER

21, 1908.

S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rce«.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
C ash a d v an ce d on v ic ­
to r y bond p a y m e n ts .
T o ta l


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L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 5 0 ,2 4 1 55
1 3 ,0 0 0 00

1 8 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates o f de­
p osit ..................................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 3 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,9 4 8 22
6 3 ,3 7 7 63
1 3 7 ,2 6 4 62

3 6 ,7 9 9 28
762 50
282 50
1 ,0 0 8 00
5 ,4 1 8 00
78 64
500 00
$ 2 3 1 ,5 9 0 47

T o ta l

$ 2 3 1 ,5 9 0 47

R E P O R T S OF STATE BANKS

177

Hales Comers— State Bank of Hales Comers.
J A M E S G O D S E L L , President.

J O H N M E A D E , V ic e P res, and Cash.
L O R E T T A C. G O D S E L L , A s s t. C ash.

D IR E C T O R S .
M ary C. Godsell,
Ellen M eade.
E S T A B L IS H E D JL'L Y 21, 1910.

Jam es Godsell,
John M eade,

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
Q. S. bonds, U. S, c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
sa v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved res e rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national curren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

$ 3 2 2 ,5 4 7 84
94 54
5 1 ,9 3 9 03

5 4 ,0 1 3 74
6 ,1 3 0 00
2 ,5 2 1 36
4 3 ,6 1 2 80

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates o f dep o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
outs t a n d i n g ...........................

$20,000 00
10,000 00
1 3 ,3 3 6 26
1 1 2 ,2 6 6 87
1 9 5 ,3 5 3 26
1 3 8 ,7 8 5 69
2 ,2 9 6

40

272 49
2 ,7 9 5 00
2,470 80

5,413 00
227 88
$ 4 9 2 ,0 3 8 48

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

$ 4 9 2 ,0 3 8 48

Hammond— The Bank of Hammond.
C H R IS T IA N H A N S O N , President.
A N D R E W H O P E , V ice President.
C. A . R O M IN G E N . 2nd V ic e P re sid e n t.

P. C. A N D E R S O N , Cashier.
H . L. A N D E R S O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
'
Andrew H ope,
C. A . Rom ingen,
H . L . Anderson,
P. C. Anderson.
Christian Hanson,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 1, 1892.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 12, 1903.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b on d s . ...............
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s of in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
Stocks and other securi­
ties ....................................
B a n k in g house and fix ­
tu res ..................................
O th er real e sta te ow n ed
U . S. and national curS ilv e r c o i n ...........................
se rv e b a n k s ................
Due from approved rere n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 1 8 8 ,2 6 1 53
1,-886 97

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

$ 2 5 6 ,8 0 5 18

12— B.


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1 1 ,0 0 0 00

1 0 ,4 0 0 00

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . .............
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................

$ 1 0 , 0 0 0 00
2 ,4 0 0 00
255 49
9 6 ,2 9 1 49
1 4 7 ,8 5 8 20

100 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,7 5 0 00
738 69
3 2 ,3 7 8 99
3 ,1 8 4 00
105 00
T o t a l ........................

$ 2 5 6 ,8 0 5 18

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OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Hancock— Bank of Hancock.
M.
M.

S. W A L K E R , President.
E . W A L K E R , V ice President.
M.
S. W a lk e r,
M . E . W a lk e r,

A . A . G IB B S , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . A . Gibbs.

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1899.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 9, 1903.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
State,
m unicipal
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s of in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved re se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national curre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$1 0 5 ,0 0 3

56

7 ,0 0 0 00

1 5 ,6 9 6 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
3 6 ,6 2 5 96

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d .........................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub je c t to c h e c k .................
Dem and certificates of
d e p o sit .............................
T im e certificates of dep o sit ..................................
C o n tin g e n t fu n d ..........

181 53
1 ,7 5 0 00
425 50

$15,000 00
6,000 00
3 ,0 2 6 21
6 4 ,8 9 6

96

3 ,5 1 6

05

8 3 ,7 9 3 46
590 00

6 ,8 6 9 00
71 13
$ 1 7 6 ,8 2 2 68

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

$ 1 7 6 ,8 2 2 68

Hartford— First City Bank.
J O H N C. C O E R P E R , President.
JOHN P. D E N IS O N , V ice President.

John C. Coerper,
John C. Denison,

J O H N C. D E N IS O N , Cashier.
J O H N P. D E N IS O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
John P. Denison.

E S T A B L IS H E D I N 1857.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 13, 1903.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
Due from approved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U . S. and national c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 7 ,5 0 0 00
194 10

1 3 ,8 0 0 00
4 ,6 0 3

02

2 2 1 14

Capital stock paid in . . . .
S urplus fu n d ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
Dem and certificates of
d e p o sit .............................
B ills p a y a b le ...................

62 75

$ 1 0 ,5 0 0 00
1 0 ,5 0 0 00
291 34
6 ,5 6 8 78
1 9 ,3 3 8 69
9 ,5 0 0 00

305 00
12 80
$ 5 6 ,6 9 8 81

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

$ 5 6 ,6 9 8 81

REPORTS

OF

STATE

179

BANKS

Hartford— Hartford Exchange Bank.
A N D R E W H A U S E R . P re sid e n t.
T H E R E S A M c C O L L O W , V ic e P re s.

A . A . H A U S E R , C ash ier.
O W E N C. M C C O L L O W , A s s t.

C ash.

D IR E C T O R S .
O. C. M cC o llo w ,
E . A . M cC o llo w .

T h e r e sa M cC o llo w ,
A n d r e w H a u se r ,
A . A . H a u se r,
E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 9, 1890.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 4, 1903.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ............ ..............
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
Q. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
s e rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and c a sh it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 8 6 ,4 7 8 08
169 12
5 6 ,8 5 0 00

5 9 ,9 3 5 00
3 ,4 9 5 00
4 3 ,6 0 7 47

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ........................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t t c c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s .............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00

5,000 00

6 ,7 8 9 74
1 9 1 ,3 1 2 08
2 9 3 ,4 3 3 12
5 6 ,2 7 8 97
8 ,2 8 4 38

5 ,2 8 1 95
40 00
790 00
2 4 ,2 2 9 00
222 67
T o ta l . ......................

$ 5 8 1 ,0 9 8 29

$ 5 8 1 ,0 9 8 29

Hartland— Bank of Hartland.
B.
W . G O O D W IN , P re sid e n t.
H . G. B. N IX O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

W . G. S M IT H , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .

H. W . G oodw in,
H. G. B. Nixon,

W . G. Smith.

E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 1, 1894.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 4, 1903.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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$ 1 4 9 ,5 3 8 87
403 63
9 1 ,8 6 2 85

9 8 ,2 9 9 00
7 ,0 5 0 00
1 ,6 5 0 00
1 0 6 ,0 7 1 28

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d .........................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ...................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s ...............

$15,000 00
10,000 00
1 0 ,1 9 3 20
65 00
1 6 0 ,0 5 1 05
2 0 5 ,3 6 8 92
6 3 ,4 8 3 88
3 00

775 89
320 00
3 ,5 5 5 65
4 ,4 4 7 00
190 88
$ 4 6 4 ,1 6 5 05

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

$ 4 6 4 ,1 6 5 05

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THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Hatley— Hatley State Bank.
A. W I L T E R D I N G , P re sid e n t.
J O S E P H B A R B E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.

J O H N K IN G , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . W ilte r d in g ,
J oseph B a rb e r,
John T . P ia tta ,
C h as. A . B a r w ig ,

W illia m A lb r e c h t, Jr..
O. E . K n o k e ,
Jno. D ittb re n d e r,

E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 25, 1916.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ............
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
Gold c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...............
U. S. and N ational cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . ,
T o t a l ................. ..

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 8 4 ,5 6 9 35
14 06
1 7 ,0 0 0 00

700 00
1 ,4 6 8 92
1 ,1 6 3 85
1 5 ,7 3 5 66
4 ,3 8 6 16

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................

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

1,353

69

4 2 ,9 2 1 27
6 2 ,9 8 5 40
6 ,0 1 1 64

1,9 45

70

142 00
100 00
129 35
894 00
14 35
$ 1 2 6 ,3 1 7 70

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

$ 1 2 6 ,3 1 7 70

Haugen— Haugen State Bank.
T O M O. M A S O N , P re sid e n t.
JO H N M A C A K , V ic e P re sid e n t.

W . H . R Y A N , Cashier.
N I N A C. B A T E S , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
O. G. K in n e y ,
W . R. Zabel.

T om O. M ason ,
W H . R yan ,
John M a c a k ,

E S T A B L IS H E D

D E C E M B E R 24, 1914.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e r t if s ,
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .....................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U . S. and national cur­
re n c y ............ ' . ...................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 8 9 ,1 7 6 36
714 45

4 ,5 1 2 00
2 ,5 8 9 89
2 ,3 7 6 25
1 7 ,0 4 8 99

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,6 2 4 76
8 7 ,5 7 9

90

8 9 ,6 8 9
3 3 ,3 7 9

42
60

257 89
1 ,1 4 0 00
1 ,1 3 0 05
6 ,2 0 8 00
1 1 9 80
$ 2 2 5 ,2 7 3 68

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

$ 2 2 5 ,2 7 3 68

REPORTS

OF

STATE

181

BANKS

Haven— State Bank of Haven.
H. C. E W A L D . P re sid e n t.
E D W . W U N S C H , V ic e P re sid e n t.

A . R . B U S H M A N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . R . Bushm an,
A. L. W a g n e r ,
F re d F ra n z m e ie n .

Geo. Six el,
H . C. E w a ld .
O tto W u n s c h ,
E dw . W u n sch ,

E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 20, 1916.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ......................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
G old c o i n .....................
S ilv e r coin . ......................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

$ 6 4 ,8 2 4 50

12 68
5 ,4 0 5 00

2 ,3 1 2 05
1 ,6 0 4 53
9 ,7 3 1
3 ,8 6 7
300
312

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ................. . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit • ................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
300 00
981 59
3 1 ,4 9 8 74
4 5 ,0 6 5 97
2 ,5 8 5 66

86
76
00
20

1 ,9 8 8 00
73 38
$ 9 0 ,4 3 1 96

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

$ 9 0 ,4 3 1 96

Hawkins— Hawkins State Bank.
C.
K . E L L IN G S O N , P re sid e n t.
P. M. S C H U P S K Y , V ic e P re sid e n t.

P. H . H a m m e r,
C. K . E llin g s o n ,
G.
O. V ig ,

G. O. V IG , C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M ik e S c h u p sk y .
'
R . P. E llin g s o n .

E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 13, 1911.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eoted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other bank»
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ................
T o t a l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 7 0 ,0 7 1 62
220 57

1 3 ,5 3 7 38
2 ,1 2 6 16
2 ,1 4 3 27
1 7 ,9 3 7 55
75 71
668 70
2 ,6 1 7 00

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . . ..........
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................
R e se rv e fo r t a x e s . . . . .

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,3 3 5 99
7 5 ,5 4 7 36
1 0 0 ,6 4 4 34
1 3 ,0 8 8 00
2 ,2 4 8 24
600 00

65 97
$ 2 0 9 ,4 6 3 93

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

$ 2 0 9 ,4 6 3 93

182

REPORT

OP

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OP

B A N K IN G

Hayward— Farmers State Bank.
J O H N E. M O R E L A N D , P re sid e n t.
W M . P O W E R S , V ic e P re sid e n t.

C, E. W I S E , C ash ier.
L L O Y D W . D IC K IN S O N , A s s t. Cash.

D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. C. G lo ve r,
c. E. W is e ,
D. A . R e s c h k e .

J. E . M ore la n d ,
W m . P o w e rs,
R.
J. W illia m s ,

E S T A B L IS H E D

D E C E M B E R 11, 1915.

S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 . 1 9 1 9 .
R e so u r c e s.
L ia b ilit ie s .
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 1 6 3 ,2 6 7 13 Capital stock paid i n . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
127 58 S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
Undivided
profits,
less
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
current expenses and
w a r saving- c e rtifs.
ta x e s p aid ......................
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
2 3 ,1 5 0 00 Individual deposits, sub­
Stocks and other securi­
je c t to c h e c k .........., . .
ties . .....................................
595 43 Tim e certificates of de­
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
7 ,5 0 0 00
p o sit ..................................
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
2 ,5 0 0 00 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Due from approved re­
Cashier’s
checks
out­
se rv e b a n k s .................
9 ,7 9 3 29
sta n d in g ...........................
D ue from , oth e r b a n k s .
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
727 56
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
612 95
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ................
4 ,0 5 0 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
91 80
T o t a l ..................... .

$ 2 2 2 ,4 1 5 74

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

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,9 7 7 32
7 8 ,8 7 9 83
9 1 ,3 1 5 36
2 0 ,3 4 9 47
2 ,8 9 3

76

$ 2 2 2 ,4 1 5 74

Hazel Green— Hazel Green State Bank.
E. S T A D E L , P re sid e n t.
R . J. B R Y A N T , V ic e P re sid e n t.
E . Stad el,
B. C. B e r g ,
Joseph R u n d e ,
T. H . W illia m s ,

B. C. B E R G , C a sh ier.
J. F . N A D L E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R . J. B r y a n t,
J. H . C ox,
C. S h illia m .

E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 23, 1906.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y .................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 8 2 ,2 0 0 55
957 29
4 0 ,8 2 7 54

1 1 ,6 9 9 53
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,7 6 5 00
3 9 ,5 2 3 53
9 ,7 9 3 86

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
P o sta l s a v in g s ...............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 2 ,0 0 0 00
,4,124 83
9 6 ,7 4 3

60

2 3 4 ,1 6 0 37
3 5 ,2 0 5 72
913 79

I l l 31
182 50
1 ,0 4 1 75
3 .9 8 6 00
59 45
$ 3 9 8 ,1 4 8 31

T o ta l

$ 3 9 8 ,1 4 8 31

183

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS

Helenville— Bank o f Helenville.
H.
W . R E U L , P re sid e n t.
R O T M U C K , C ashier.
A. C. G R U N N E R T , V ic e P redident.
D IR E C T O R S .
H . W . R e u l,
A . C. G ru n n e rt,
F . W . B o eh m ,
R . E. P o tte r .
G. W . M e e k ,
E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 14, 1914.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s of in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved rese rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fr o m oth e r b a n k s .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national curre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

$ 1 5 8 ,0 7 4 45
1 6 ,7 0 0 00

2 2 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,8 0 3 00
1 ,9 3 3 31
2 7 ,9 2 5
99
415
344

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
Demand
certificates of
d e p osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 08
1 ,4 0 0 00
3 ,4 0 0

93

3 4 ,3 9 1 96
1 4 2 ,5 3 3 46
3 2 ,8 8 8 93

59
60
00
50

3 ,2 1 0 00
109 83
$ 2 3 4 ,6 1 5 28

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

$ 2 3 4 ,6 1 5 28

Hersey— State Bank of Hersey.
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 3, 1915.
In L iq u id a tio n
J. G. B a k u la , sp ecial d e p u ty c o m m issio n e r o f b anking- in ch a rg e .

Highland— Highland State Bank.
H A R R Y J. F E C H T , C a sh ier.
M A E F E C H T , A s s t. C a sh ier.
F R E D W E I D E N F E U E R , A s s t. C ash.
D IR E C T O R S .
M . L . F e ch t.

P L A T T W H I T M A N , P re sid e n t.

P la tt W h itm a n ,
H a r r y J. F e c h t,
E S T A B L I S H E D A P R I L 21, 1903.
In c o rp o ra te d as a S tate B a n k June 9, 1903.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th e r re al e sta te ow ned
Due from approved reserve b a n k s .................
E x b h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h ouse ...............................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national curre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 3 6 8 ,4 1 3 12
7 ,7 2 3 44

1 0 8 ,8 0 0 00
4 ,2 0 4 00
2 ,2 2 2 50
4 ,2 5 5 00
4 1 ,1 4 8 44

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fu n d ..........
less
Undivided
profits,
current expenses and
• ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
Tim e certificates of dep o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits . .
outCashier’s
checks
s t a n d i n g .................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,3 0 0 00
230 43
2 2 3 ,1 2 0 81
2 8 8 ,4 2 4 32
1 3 ,1 6 2 38
1 ,6 0 1 02

3 ,7 2 0 41
690 00
1 ,4 4 0 45
1 2 ,1 6 4 00
57 60
$ 5 5 4 ,8 3 8 96

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

$ 5 5 4 ,8 3 8 96

184

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

Hilbert— State Bank of Hilbert.
T.
E. C O N N E L L , P re sid e n t.
J O H N J. M A D L E R , C a sh ier.
J O H N J. S H E R M A N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
H . L. M E T E R , A s s t. C ash ier.
J O H N W . G R U F E , 2nd V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
T . E . C o n n e ll,
H . L. M e y e r,
John J. S h erm an ,
H . C. A lves,
John J. M a d le r,
W . C. H oss.
J. W . G rupe,
E S T A B L I S H E D M A T 16, 1904.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

D oans and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O ther re al e sta te ow ned
Due from approved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and national curre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 6 8 6 ,3 7 4 07
2 ,2 6 2 27
3 8 ,3 0 0 00

1 4 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
7 6 ,1 7 0
3 ,1 2 1
337
2 ,2 0 5

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p aid ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 09
4 ,3 6 2 15
3 ,5 7 6 09
2 6 1 ,6 4 7 10
4 8 1 ,2 4 5 32
5 9 ,7 8 2 10

84
85
50
75

1 5 ,9 9 5 00
345 48
$ 8 4 5 ,6 1 2 76

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

$ 8 4 5 ,6 1 2

76

Hillsboro— Farmers State Bank.
F.
A . M A C H O V E C , P re sid e n t.
H . J. C H A R D , C ash ier.
J. M. H E A L T . V ic e P re sid e n t.
B. P. H E A L T , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J am es G o g g in s ,
M . O. L an d ,
A n to n S ta n e c k ,
Edw . W o lf
E.
E. G age,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R T 2, 1913.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces. \

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
c u ritie s . ........................
B a n k in g house ...............
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and c a sh it e m s ............
G old coin .......................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
L ib e r ty b on d s an d r e v ­
enue s ta m p s ..............
T o t a l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$220 ; 226 53
5 ,1 5 1 22
1 5 ,0 0 0

00

1 2 ,9 5 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,7 7 4 07

G apital s to c k paid
in ..
$ 2 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
1 ,5 0 0
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
1 ,9 4 6
Due to b a n k s — d e p o sits
302
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...
5 2 ,9 8 7
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ........................
2 6 8 ,4 6 0
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ...........
5 ,9 8 4

00
00
15
33
17
97
83

8 6 ,1 2 8 13
2 ,2 1 3 33
545 00
242 70
750 00
102 97
97 50
$ 3 5 1 ,1 8 1 45

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

$ 3 5 1 ,1 8 1 45

R E P O R T S OF STATE B AN K S

185

Hillsboro— Hillsboro State Bank.
E.
V. W E R N I C K , P re sid e n t.
P. A . W O P A T , V ic e P re sid e n t.

E.
C.
R.

R O B E R T H A M M E R . C a sh ier.
JESS. K A U F F M A N , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F. A . W o p a t,
E. J. H a m m e r.

V . W e r n ic k ,
F . K a u ffm a n ,
H a m m e r.

E S T A B L IS H E D

NOVEM BER

1, 1902.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n t s .. .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r saving- c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
Banking- h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................... ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 6 7 ,8 8 1 73
2 ,3 9 6 01
1 2 7 ,8 1 0 00

5 7 ,1 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,4 8 0 15
1 8 9 ,1 1 7 55
891 36

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ..........
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
*
ta x e s p a i d ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e ce rtifica te s of d ep o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p osits . .
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u ts t a n d i n g .................

$ 4 5 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,2 0 4 47
2 4 2 ,9 1 7 36
6 1 5 ,1 8 1 80
2 2 ,9 8 1 97
2 5 ,5 3 4 77

4 ,3 2 3 89
1 ,6 4 2 50
684 25
4 ,3 9 7 00
95 93
$ 9 6 3 ,8 2 0 37

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

$ 9 6 3 ,8 2 0 37

Hillsdale— State Bank of Hillsdale.
C. H . M U S E U S , President.
J. L E M L E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.

C. H . M u se u s,
E.
G. B ro w n ,
A . E . Coe,
P. C. A n d e rso n ,

P. C. A N D E R S O N , C a sh ier.
J. F . SA M S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. L e m le r ,
C. C. P o st,
M. C. H o w a rd .

E S T A B L I S H E D D E C E M B E R 29, 1914.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
$ 1 4 0 ,8 2 6 64
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
262 87
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n icip al
and
2
,7
0 0 00
oth er b on d s .................
2 ,5 0 0 00
B a n k in g h o u se ..................
1 ,7 7 7 50
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue from ap p roved r e 4 9 ,7 6 2 96
s e rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
5 00
and cash i t e m s ............
40 00
G old c o i n .............................
572 35
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ,4,675 00
ren cy ..................................
77 51
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$2 0 3 ,1 9 9 83

L ia b ilit ie s .

C a p ital sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................
L ib e r ty bond int. ch eck
o u ts ta n d in g .................
T o t a l ........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
709 31
6 4 ,4 5 0 86
1 1 4 ,0 6 5 09
940 35
1 1 ,0 2 0 41
. 13 81
$ 2 0 3 ,1 9 9 83

186

REPORT

OP

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Hixton— Farmers and Merchants Bank.
H . A . M. S T E E N , P re sid e n t.
H . E . B U R T O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D. A . ST O U T S , 2nd V ic e P re sid e n t.

L. M c D IR M ID , C a sh ier.
A . H . S K A R L , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H . A . M. Steen.
G eo. D. M au le,
H . E. B u rto n .
N ils E ric k s o n ,
D. A . S to lts,
C h as. N e w e ll,
H . J. D o rra n c e ,
Jas. T h a y e r .
O lu f M. O lson,
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 31, 1911.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R e so u rc e s.
L ia b ilitie s .
D oans and d is c o u n ts . . .
$ 2 9 2 ,7 8 8 12 C a p ital s to c k p aid i n . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
5 ,0 4 1 19 Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
U ndivided profits, le ss
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
w a r saving- c e r tifs.
ta x e s p a i d ............ .. . . .
and th r ift s t a m p s . . . f
97,'025 12 D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
3 ,1 2 5 00 Individual deposits, sub­
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
2 ,0 6 0 00
je c t to c h e c k .................
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
se rv e b a n k s ............ . .
3 7 ,9 9 1 48
p o sit ..............
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
3 4 ,0 4 6 72 C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
sta n d in g ...........................
and cash it e m s ............
566 29
G old c o i n .............................
1 ,4 7 0 00
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
4 7 8 60
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
ren cy ..................................
5 ,6 1 4 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ..........
159 67
A c c ru e d in te r e st paid
on lib e r ty b onds p u r ­
ch ased .............................
109 95
T o t a l ........................

$ 4 8 0 ,4 7 6 14

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

$ 1 2 ,5 0 0 00
1 2 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,3 5 4 89
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 5 6 ,3 7 9 35
2 9 0 ,8 9 9

05

1 ,3 4 2

85

$ 4 8 0 ,4 7 6 14

Holcombe— State Bank of Holcombe.
A . J. E D M IN S T E R , President.
ROBERT
R.
C. R O D E C K E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.
R.
R.

L . Z IM M E R M A N , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. R o d e c k e r,
A . J. E d m in s te r ,
L . Z im m e r m a n ,
R . L. C lea v e s.
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 31, 1905.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r * ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 9 7 ,0 0 9 80
1 ,7 0 7 10

1 7 ,9 6 4 99
2 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,0 4 5 25
2 2 ,5 4 7 19
391 50
20 00
1 ,2 0 1 85

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
C ash o v er ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,5 0 0 00

T o ta l .........................

$1 4 8 ,4 4 5 85

1 ,2 4 5 91
30 00
8 6 ,1 7 5 71
4 4 ,4 7 4 08
20 15

*

2 ,0 4 7 00
11 17
$ 1 4 8 ,4 4 5 85

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

187

Hollandale— Hollandale State Bank.
N.
E. D E M U T H , P re sid e n t.
L. P A U L S O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

S T E P H E N T . S H A N L E Y , C a sh ier.
R . A . S W E N S O N , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
N.
E . D e M u th ,
C. O leson,
S.
T . S h a n le y,
G. J. M cK e n z ie .
L . P a u lso n ,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 25, 1903.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r saving- c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
b u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
Due fro m a p p roved r e s e rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y .................................. _
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o ta l ........................

$ 1 8 7 ,8 5 8 91
5 ,2 3 5 97

1 4 ,6 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
7 5 ,3 4 6 03

L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D em and ce rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit .............................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 9 2 34
20 00
1 6 6 ,9 1 0 56
1 0 6 ,3 9 8

21

396 25
5 00

99 00
2 ,6 4 1 00
24 40
214 55
$ 2 9 2 ,4 2 1 11

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

$ 2 9 2 ,4 2 1 11

Holmen— Bank of Holmen.
O T T O B O S S H A R D , P re sid e n t.
T H O S. JO H N SO N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
O tto B o ssh a rd ,
T h o s. J oh n so n ,
W D. S an dm an ,

C. A . S J O L A N D E R , C ashier.
H A R O L D JO H N S O N , A s s t. C a sh ie r

D IR E C T O R S .
J. M . H a ld e rso n ,
C. A . S jo la n d e r.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 4, 1909.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
s e rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and c a sh it e m s ............
G old coin ..............................
S ilv er c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L iabilities.
$ 3 9 0 ,0 2 0 36
139 46
4 7 ,6 4 7 50

4 3 ,0 5 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,2 0 0 00
1 0 6 ,4 5 5

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00

T o ta l ........................

$ 6 0 0 ,2 8 6 29

8 ,3 7 9 10
4 ,2 1 0 55
1 2 3 ,4 2 1 61
2 9 8 ,4 6 5 11
1 2 9 ,8 0 9 92

18

214 35
1 ,5 3 0 00
573 20
,4,925 00
31 24
$ 6 0 0 ,2 8 6 29

188

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Honey Creek— State Bank of Honey Creek.
W . E. B A B C O C K , P re sid e n t.
W M . K IN G S T O N , C a sh ier.
H.
B. M IL L E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.
A . M . B A B C O C K , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . E. B a b c o c k ,
J ohn L. F u n k ,
H . B. M ille r,
A. M. Babcock,
M rs. F r a n k P a g e ,
L. L. M cD o n ald .
W m . K in g s to n ,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 30, 1907.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
o e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
F u r n itu r e an d fix tu r e s.
Due fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e s t a m p s ............
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 3 1 ,9 5 5 73
1 ,5 0 4 76
4 ,6 7 5 00

5 ,2 4 7 35
1 ,4 8 8 85
1 3 ,7 5 9

54

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e xp e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ............
B ills p a y a b le ....................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,8 5 3 80
4 2 ,7 7 0 75
6 2 ,8 1 8 80
1 3 ,8 7 0 60
2 0 ,0 0 0 00

92 90
15 00
885 50
1 ,5 4 5 00
133 88
10 44
$ 1 6 1 ,3 1 3 95

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

$ 1 6 1 ,3 1 3 95

Horicon— Horicon State Bank.
A. W . W I L C O X , P re sid e n t.
H . G. D I E K E L M A N N , C a sh ier.
C H A S . H A W K S , V ic e P re sid e n t.
H . V . B. W I L C O X , A s s t . C a sh ier.
F.
H . C L A U S E N , 2nd V ic e P re sid e n t.
E. E . B A Y E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . W . W ilc o x ,
H . V . B. W ilc o x ,
C h a rle s H a w k s ,
F . H . C lausen.
H . G. D ie k e lm a n n ,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 7, 1896.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 . 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
cu ritie s ............
B a n k in g house ...............
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
Due from ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and c a sh it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ................... .. .
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 3 4 ,3 5 5 18
326 36
1 3 9 ,9 7 0 56

3 5 ,7 0 0 00
6 ,3 8 1 27
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,3 0 0 00
3 6 ,4 0 5

60

C a p ital s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ...................... Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
P o sta l s a v i n g s .................
V ic to ry l o a n ......................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,7 4 8 08
1 4 4 ,1 8 6 10
1 0 9 ,0 7 0 23
2 5 0 ,7 2 8 50
5 ,0 6 9 60
3 ,2 8 4 68
235 00

528 45
55 00
1 ,8 7 3 40
1 3 ,0 3 1 00
322 37
73 00
$ 5 9 3 ,3 2 2 19

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

$ 5 9 3 ,3 2 2 19

R E P O R T S OP STATE BANKS

189

Hortonville— Bank of Hortonville.
C. F. B U C K . P re sid e n t.
M. R IT G E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.

F.

N.

TORRBT,

C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M . R it t e r ,
C. F . B u ck .

E. S. T o rr e y ,
F . N. T o rr e y ,
A . H a lle r ,

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 29, 1895.
In c o rp o ra te d as a S tate B a n k J a n u a ry 11, 1902.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtificate s o f in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p roved re s e rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
F e d e ra l re se rv e h an k
acc o u n t
of
v ic to r y
loan ....................................

$ 3 3 0 ,8 8 6 58
2 ,5 3 8 09

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

$ 4 5 9 ,8 2 4 34

1 5 ,5 0 0 00

2 3 ,8 5 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,6 6 5 32
2 0 ,0 2 0 57
1 ,5 1 1 78
282 50
1 ,1 2 9 35

C ap ital sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
Jnciivided profits, less
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid .........................
individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
N otes and b ills re d is counted ...........................
Cash o v er ...........................
D ep osits acc o u n t o f 4th
lib e r ty loan .................
D e p o sits ac c o u n t o f v ie to r y lo an ......................

2 3 3 ,3 7 2 72
2 7 ,2 7 6 90

T o ta l ........................

$ 4 5 9 ,8 2 4 34

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 8 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,8 4 8 36
8 1 ,7 8 0 50

2 5 ,6 6 5 00
86
15 00
4 5 ,8 6 5 00

5 ,4 4 3 00
147 15
4 8 ,8 5 0 00

Hortonville— Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
H . P. M E F F E R T , P re sid e n t.
M. S. S C H W A R T Z , V ic e P re sid e n t.
E. A . G ra ef,
M. S. S c h w a rtz,
H . P. M e ffe rt,

E. A. G R A E F , C ashier.
A N N A R IT G E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P e te r O ik,
F r a n k W in k e n w e r d e r .

E S T A B L IS H E D

S E P T E M B E R 7, 1916.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p rove d r e se rve b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilver c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 9 1 ,6 1 5 07
1 0 ,4 3 2 66

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

$ 1 5 7 ,4 7 6 32


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1 4 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,2 9 7 20
3 0 ,6 9 6 69
103 67
265 00
737 30

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n divided profits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
outsta n d in g ...........................

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,3 0 6

70

3 3 ,0 1 5 70
9 1 ,7 4 8
9 ,3 5 9

83
03

546 06

2 ,2 8 5 00
43 73
T o t a l ........................

$ 1 5 7 ,4 7 6 32

190

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

Howards Grove— State Bank of Howards Grove.
(P . O. S h e b o y g a n , R . F . D .)
A U G U S T W I T T E , P re sid e n t.
A U G U S T F R O M E , C a sh ier.
L. W . D R I E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.
J O H N O. B O B L D T , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A u g u s t W it t e ,
A u g u st L uecke,
H e r m a n B u rh op ,
L o u is W . D rie r.
A u g u s t F ro m e ,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 25, 1913.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . ..........
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
C e r tif. o f in debt., and
w a r s a v in g s s ta m p s .
C u s t o m e r s’ v ic to ry
b onds p a i d ......................
T o t a l ........................

$ 3 3 0 ,5 7 4 10
706 62

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
3 0 ,1 0 0 00
ta x e s p aid .' . . .'............
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
4 'l,5 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00 D em and ce rtifica te s of
d e p o sit .............................
1 ,8 0 0 00
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
3 0 ,0 8 3 66 B ills p a y a b le ...................
O ther lia b ilitie s ............
96 57
97 50
1 ,0 6 6 80

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,8 0 7 49
15 00
1 6 1 ,3 3 3

67

2 1 8 ,2 6 9
2 1 ,7 9 6
2 0 ,0 0 0
760

45
97
00
02

1 ,0 6 0 00
129 98
2 1 ,7 6 2 37
505 00
$ 4 6 1 ,9 8 2 60

T o ta l ........................

$ 4 6 1 ,9 8 2 60

Hubbleton— Hubbleton State Bank.
W . C. H E N N I N G S E N , P re sid e n t.
E L M E R G. L E O N , C ashier.
A. E. C U N N IN G H A M , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . C. H e n n in g se n ,
Geo. B le e c k e r,
A . E. C u n n in g h a m ,
Ed. G. R ad k e,
G u st H . W e b e r ,
E lm e r G. L eon.
Jos. O. M e y e rs,
E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 2, 1918.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n icip al
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
Due fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 3 1 ,3 0 7 07
116 84
1 9 ,0 0 0 00

4 ,8 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,3 7 5 68

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
U n d iv id e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and'
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
645 08
2 4 ,6 2 3

69

3 1 ,2 4 5 00
2 ,6 2 5 61
468 60

3 ,0 6 3 33
502 45
40 13
80 00
584 35
4 ,1 5 4 00
84 13
$ 6 9 ,6 0 7 98

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

$ 6 9 ,6 0 7 98

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

191

Hudson— State Bank of Hudson.
W. E. W E B S T E R , P re s id e n t.
W . C. B R A D L E Y , V ic e P re s id e n t.
W . E. W e b s t e r ,
W . C. B r a d le y ,
W m . H addow ,
W . H. T h orn ,

C. C. R A I N E IR , C a sh ier.
E L B E R T M. W E B S T E R , A sst. Cash.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. S. M a tte ssin ,
W m . B o n n es,

L o u is O stby .

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 18, 1916.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin ..............................
S ilv er c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 5 9 ,7 3 9 58
290 53

2 8 ,7 3 0 00
8 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,7 7 5 80
4 7 ,4 2 4 22
227 54
105 00
1 ,1 4 7 75

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
U ndivided p ro fits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..............
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit . . ..............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Certified c h e c k s ...............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,1 8 3

16

9 4 ,4 7 6 21
5 0 ,9 9 2 67
6 0 ,3 2 3 37
I l l 85
1 8 ,5 9 9

15

3 ,1 3 3 00
71 49
41 50
$ 2 5 2 ,6 8 6 41

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

$ 2 5 2 ,6 8 6 41

Humbird— First State Bank.
C. D. F O W L E R , P re s id e n t.
M. K R E T S C H M E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

B. J. S ta lla r d ,
F r e d T h e ile r .
M. K r e ts c h m e r ,
C. D. F o w le r ,

B. J. S T A L L A R D , C a sh ier.
W . E. W A T E R S , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. L. D u nn,
G eo. Iffland,
P. A. H e m m y .

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R

8, 1904.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 7 1 ,3 8 3 25
1 ,6 8 8 92

4 2 ,5 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
3 8 ,5 4 0 54

C a p ital sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d .....................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
B ills p a y a b le ....................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,6 7 2

09

9 7 ,8 6 5 44
1 1 2 ,3 9 8 60
2 3 ,5 3 0 92
1 0 ,0 0 0 00

669 79
520 00
1 ,2 1 2 70
4 ,7 8 0 00
' 171 85
$ 2 6 8 ,4 6 7 05

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

$ 2 6 8 ,4 6 7 05

192

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Hurley— Iron Exchange Bank.
J. C. R E Y N O L D S , P re sid e n t.
D. C. O W E N , C a sh ie r
D.
C. O W E N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
E. S. H A G E N , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. C. R e y n o ld s,
E. S. H a g e n ,
D.
C. O w en,
E. J. E a r lin g .
Geo. C. F o ste r,
E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 7, 1885.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 10, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d is c o u n t s .. .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s of in d ebted n ess,
w a r sav in g ' c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin . ...........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
L o s t ch eck a /c (c h e c k s
lo st in t r a n s i t ) ............

$ 4 7 0 ,7 3 2 12
145 48

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

$ 9 4 8 ,8 1 4 57

1 0 5 ,5 0 0 00

1 6 3 ,0 5 8 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
900 00
1 3 7 ,4 4 6 84
1 5 ,5 6 3 13
1 4 ,0 4 7 73
7 1 5 00
2 ,8 0 9 00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ...................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d ep osit .............................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Certified ch e ck s ...........
P o sta l sa v in g s ...............
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,6 5 6 27
5 3 1 ,3 9 1 52
1 6 ,0 1 6 69
2 0 9 ,7 4 1
6 8 ,8 9 0
3 ,0 6 4
2 6 ,3 5 3
2 ,7 0 0

43
87
32
47
00

3 3 ,9 5 8 00
518 62
420 65
T o ta l ........................

$ 9 4 8 ,8 1 4 57

Hustisford— Hustisford State Bank.
E D G A R B O E IN G , P re sid e n t.
R I C H A R D R O L L . Jr., C a sh ier.
R IC H . R O L L , Sr., V ic e P re sid e n t.
A N N A F L E T C H E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
E d g a r B o e in g ,
H . O. R y d e r.
R ic h a r d R o ll.
H . C. R y d e r.
S.
E. Jones,
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 6 , 1902.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s ,

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
S to c k s and oth er s e ­
cu ritie s .............................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O ther re al e sta te ow n ed
Due fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G o l d - c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..............
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p a ccou n t

$ 2 2 7 ,0 6 1 58
10 07

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

$ 3 4 7 ,1 7 3 91


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3 5 ,3 0 0

00

9 ,1 5 0 00
1 0 ,5 1 0
9 ,0 0 0
4 ,0 0 0
1 2 ,5 0 0

00
00
00
00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n divided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em and ce rtifica te s of
d e p osit ..............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,2 1 1 93
1 0 3 ,7 2 5

62

1 8 9 ,8 7 0 27
7 ,3 6 6 09

2 4 ,7 2 8 55
4 ,5 4 2 70
1 ,7 7 7 50
1 ,3 7 4 00
6 ,9 3 3 00
237 46
49 05
T o ta l ........................

$ 3 4 7 ,1 7 3 91

REPORTS

OF STATE

193

BANKS

Hustler— Hustler State Bank.
[. H. M U E L L E R , P re s id e n t.

J O H N A D R IA N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

'

I. A . M U E L L E R , C ash ier.
F . H . A N T H O N Y , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
O tto S te in b a c h ,
W . F. T a lg ,
J. H. M u e lle r,
C. J. W ile s ,
O le H . O lso n ,
John A d ria n ,
G.
O. L a w r e n c e ,
E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 17, 1910.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
saving- c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth er s e ­
c u ritie s ...........
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
D u e fro m oth e r b a n k s .

C hecks

on

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 1 4 2 ,4 8 6 38
10 46
3 1 ,0 0 0 00

9 ,9 0 0 00
500 00
2 ,2 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
3 3 ,8 2 4 04
4 ,2 7 4 29

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
100 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d . . . . . ____
C o n tin g e n t fu n d ............
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ...................... '
Due to b a n k s— d e p o sits
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e ­
p o sit .............................. . .
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g . . . ....................

9 5 7 68
1 ,2 7 9 02
30 00
6 4 ,8 5 3

99

1 5 0 ,5 1 7 40

1 , S44 57

other banks
3 9 7 97

and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

3 ,7 7 6 00
181 62

T o ta l . ......................

$ 2 3 1 ,5 8 2 66

417 50
614 40

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

$ 2 3 1 ,5 8 2 66

Independence— Farmers and Merchants Bank.
F. A. H O T C H K IS S , P re sid e n t.

A U G . A . M IS H , C a sh ier.

P E T E R N E L T O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
F . A . H o tc h k is s ,
P e te r N e lto n ,
Jas. N. H u n te r.
M ik e S k ro ch ,
P. M. L a m b e r t,
T. G. T h e ise n .
W m . H. M ey er,
E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 25, 1916.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D u e fro m ap p rove d r e ­
s e rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
E xchanges for clearing
house ...............................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ...................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

13— B.


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

<

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 5 2 ,1 6 9 21
229 89

3 7 ,0 1 5 00
3 ,8 9 3 74
4 6 ,6 8 7 75
312 70

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ' ....................
U ndivided profits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
4 ,7 9 6

10

8 3 ,1 5 8

02

1 5 7 ,3 2 0 93
7 6 ,6 0 8 06
6 ,7 2 6 14

2 ,1 5 7 45
165 00
1 ,2 6 4 25
4 ,9 8 7 00
227 26
$ 3 4 9 ,1 0 9 25

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

$ 3 4 9 ,1 0 9 25

194

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Independence— State Bank of Independence.
J O H N S P R E C H E R , President.
A N T O N S E N T T , V ice President.

W A L T E R E. S P R E C H E R , Cashier.
O T TO A . S P R E C H E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W a lte r E. Sprecher,
A nton Senty,
J. F . K ulig.

John Sprecher,
Otto A . Sprecher,
J. A . M arkham ,

E S T A B L I S H E D A P R I L 3, 1897.
Incorporated as a State B ank M ay 31, 1902.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts .•........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re an d fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
E xchanges for clearing
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

$ 6 2 8 ,8 1 6 01
2 ,9 8 3 48
9 0 ,0 0 8 16

608 58
6 ,9 0 0 00
5 ,3 4 9 29

1 1 2 , 0 2 2 26

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,3 5 3

22

1 2 9 ,6 0 2 48
5 6 2 ,1 1 8 43
9 6 ,0 1 3 18
8 ,7 0 4 22

42.6 36
155 45
1 ,4 4 0 00
3 ,4 7 0 60
1 2 ,2 7 8 00
333 34
T o t a l ........................

$ 8 6 4 ,7 9 1 53

$ 8 6 4 ,7 9 1 53

Ingram— Ingram State Bank.
U. G. B L O O D . President.
C. A . M A G N U S , V ice President.

F . M. C L A R K , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. A . M agnus,
John Baum an,
E.
G. K uehl,
J. A . P la y te r,

M. J. Leinenkugel,
U. G. Blood,
C. J. Sam p hier.

E S T A B L IS H E D

NOVEM BER

7, 1906.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ........................
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D ue from approved res e r v e b a n k s ................
C hecks on other banks
and ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in ...........................
S ilv e r c o in ........................
U . S. and national cur-

r e n c y ...............................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
T o ta l ......................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 4 6 ,2 7 6 29
22 09
2 ,6 8 0 00
1 ,4 9 5 00
5 ,2 6 4 65
4 ,0 9 8

44

229 66
180 00
385 95

00
1 2 0 21
783

$ 6 1 ,5 3 5 29

C apital stock paid in . . .
Surplus fu nd ...........
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a id ...........
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e certificates o f dep o s it ......................
S a v in g s d e p o s its . .
outC ashier’s
checks
s t a n d in g .............
B ills p a y a b le .........
T o ta l .............

$ 1 0 , 0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
277 28
2 0 ,8 1 9

68

7 ,1 4 4 85
1 3 ,7 6 1 64
4 ,5 3 1 84

2 ,0 00

00

$ 6 1 ,5 3 5 29

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

195

Iola— Bank of Iola.
S.
M . M Y H R E , President.
O. C. L E E A N , Cashier.
G U N D E R B E R G E N , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
S.
M . M yhre,
N . O. Bidney,
Gunder Bergen,
Otto Beck.
O.
C. Leean,
E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 4, 1893.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 28, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. e e rtifica te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e s e rv e b a n k s .................
Due fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
B a n k b u ild in g e x p e n d itu res ..................................
D ue on v ic to r y b o n d s. .
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 5 6 ,6 9 6 26
2 ,1 4 9 58
2 0 ,6 0 0 00

1 3 ,7 0 3 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,1 0 7 91
7 1 ,2 8 2 58
6 ,9 4 8 20

C a p ita l sto c k paid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Due to b a n k s— d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r's ch e ck s o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,6 2 7 12
150 00
1 1 5 ,3 8 3

09

3 1 8 ,8 6 1 38
2 6 ,7 3 2 07
2 ,3 1 5 12

4 ,9 5 1 71
4 ,0 8 0 00
1 ,4 6 8 40
1 2 ,4 3 2 00
389 54
1 ,0 0 3 50
256 10
$ 5 0 4 ,0 6 8 78

T o ta l ........................

$ 5 0 4 ,0 6 8 78

Iola— The Farmers State Bank of Iola.
H.
J. S E V E R S O N , President.
G. L . G U N D U S O N . Cashier.
A. W E I N M A N N , Jr., V ic e P re sid e n t.
E. E. W E I N M A N N , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H . J. Severson,
F . A . N ace,
A . W ein m an n , Jr.,
L . A . Brakke.
E S T A B L I S H E D D E C E M B E R 19, 1899.
Incorporated as a State B ank December 27, 1901.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a f t s .........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
an d
o th e r b o n d s ................
U. S. b o n d s, U. S. e e r tific a te s o f in d e b te d n e ss,
w a r s a v in g c e r t ifs .
an d t h r ift s t a m p s . ..
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
F u r n itu r e and fix t u r e s .
O th er re a l e sta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e se r v e b a n k s ...............
D ue fr o m o th e r b a n k s .
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
an d c a sh it e m s ...........
G old c o i n ...........................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ...............................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
B an k c o lle c t io n s .........
B u ild in g e x p e n d it u r e s .
T o ta l . .....................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 7 5 ,4 1 6 72
672 54

2 , 0 0 0 00

5 ,4 0 0
2 ,7 0 0
2 ,9 6 2
7 ,3 9 5

00
00
50
78

1 2 3 ,8 9 0 70
150 00

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a id ....................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o s its
D iv id e n d s u n p a id .........
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ................
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e p o s it .................... .. . . . .
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ...........
X m a s b a n k in g c lu b . . . .

00
1 0 , 0 0 0 00

$2 0 , 0 0 0

6,2 01

00

6 ,9 4 8 20
60 00
8 9 ,8 5 9 95
2 8 0 ,2 6 5 36
3 5 ,5 3 1 44
1 , 0 2 2 39

7 ,0 9 8 26
952 50
697 60
1 1 ,0 2 6 00
2 0 1 16
613 50
8 ,7 1 1 08
$ 4 4 9 ,8 8 8

34

T o ta l ......................

$ 4 4 9 ,8 8 8 34

196

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Iron Ridge— Commercial State Bank.
JACO B K L O E C K N E R , President.
VVM. K L O E C K N E R , V ice President.

J O H N K L O E C K N E R , C a sh ier.
P E T E R K L O E C K N E R , A s s t. C ash ier.
F E R D . A . J U S T M A N N , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
John K loeckner,
Peter K loeckner.

Jacob K loeckner,
W m . Kloeckner,

E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 9, 1905.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v e r d r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s .
Due fr o m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Gold c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y .................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ............ ............

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 4 4 ,7 2 1 97
97 32
1 9 ,6 7 5 00

3 4 ,6 3 3 00
2 ,5 0 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d c e rtifica te s of
d e p osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,6 9 6

31

7 1 ,3 7 6 45
1 1 9 ,9 0 0 99
2 6 ,3 2 4 39

2 0 ,6 8 0 21
3 ,3 5 0 00
1 ,2 7 0 90
9 ,7 4 7 00
122 74
$ 2 3 6 ,7 9 8 14

T o t a f ............... ..

$ 2 3 6 ,7 9 8 14

Iron River— Iron River Bank.
J O H N A. P E T T I N G I L L , P re sid e n t.
G.
A . H E R M A N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

John A . P e ttin g ill,
Geo. L . P e ttin g ill,
G.
A. H erm an ,

G EO . L.

P E T T I N G I L L , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . F . M cE ld o w n e y ,
Sw an Swanson.

E S T A B L I S H E D IN 1892.
Incorporated as a State Bank F ebruary 17, 1900.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
O th e r re al e sta te ow n ed
D ue from a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m o th e r b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
Gold c o i n .....................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 7 4 ,7 1 9 98
1 ,9 8 6 86

5 ,0 0 0
4 ,0 0 0
2 ,3 5 2
929

00
00
04
20

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Dem and certificates of
d e p o sit ................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
804 90
5 2 ,4 9 8

37

2 8 ,2 8 0 57
1 5 ,2 7 1 86

3 ,1 9 9 60
1 3 ,4 2 7 79
59 68
480 00
801 00
6 ,8 6 2 00
37 55
$ 1 1 3 ,8 5 5 70

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 1 3 ,8 5 5 70

197

R E PO R TS OF STATE BANKS

Iron River— Wisconsin State Bank.
B Y R O N R I P L E Y , C ash ier.
M. C. H E L M E R , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
E r n e s t S au ve,
T. N. O k e r stro m ,
M. C. H e lm e r ,

G E O R G E S. B A R N E S , P re s id e n t.
J. H . F IT Z P A T R IC K , V ice President.

G e o r g e S. B a rn e s,
A lb e r t G. J o h n s o n ,
J. W . T a r te r ,
John H. F it z p a t r ic k ,

B y ro n R ip le y .

E S T A B L IS H E D J U N E 2, 1908.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ou se . . . . . . .
F u r n itu r e and fixtu re s
O th er real e sta te ow n ed
D u e fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
In su ra n c e r e c e iv a b le . . .
R e v e n u e sta m p s . . . . . .
J u d g m e n t s ...........................

$ 1 2 2 ,4 4 9 45
638 00

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

$ 1 7 3 ,4 2 6 71

1 6 ,4 5 0
3 ,0 0 0
1 ,8 0 0
3 ,1 0 0

00
00
00
00

1 7 ,7 9 0 11
1 ,5 6 0 00
1 ,4 2 0 00
3 ,5 0 5
106
1 ,1 3 8
60
409

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fund ....................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
N o te s an d b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted ...........................
F e d e ra l re se rv e b a n k .

$ 10,000

00
2,000 00
2 ,4 7 6 80

7 2 ,9 2 2 64
4 4 ,6 6 7 88
2 8 ,1 0 8 39
1 0 ,1 5 1 00
3 ,1 0 0 00

00
05
82
00
28
$ 1 7 3 ,4 2 6 71

T o ta l

Ixonia— Ixonia State Bank.
E.
H.

L. P U G H , P re sid e n t.
J. Y A U M A N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
E.
L. P ugh,
R o b e r t P ritc h a rd ,
H.
J. Y a u m a n ,
E . G. K r u e g e r .
A lb e r t J a rg |:|
^ T A B L iIg H E D D E C E M B E R

21, 1918.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin . . . ......................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$36,, 2 1 1 49
148 83

2, ,691 65

792 12
4 ,5 6 9 37
2 ,1 6 1 60

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
U n d iv id e d p rofits, less
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
ta x e s p a i d ....................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ................
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ........... ....................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ...........
C a s h ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g .........................

$1 0 , 0 0 0

00

1 ,7 2 2

65

1 9 ,9 4 1 06
1 9 ,0 8 3 17
876 57
7 ,4 4 1

91

9 ,4 6 1 91
512 75
924 13
2 50
16 00
1 ,5 4 2 00
31 01
$ 5 9 ,0 6 5 36

T o ta l

$ 5 9 ,0 6 5 36

198

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

Jackson— The Jackson State Bank.
T H E O . S Y D O W , P re s id e n t.
P. W . K R A E M E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.

. H . F R O E H L IC H , C ash ier.
A L F . B. F R O E H L IC H , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
w . H. F ro e lic h ,
H e n r y L e ise n e r .

T h eo. S y d o w ,
P. W . K r a e m e r ,
A lf. B. F r o e h lic h ,
E S T A B L IS H E D

AUGUST

5, 3 907.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S ta te
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S- b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and ca sh i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
V ic to r y bond a c c o u n t. .
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 6 8 ,7 7 6 65
305 74

00

2 ,7 0 0

1 7 ,2 5 1
5 ,1 9 5
3 ,3 1 8
2 ,5 0 0

94
00

57
00

2 0 ,1 2 6 99
206 31
1 ,9 3 5 00
1 ,1 7 7 85
1 5 ,0 7 3

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
1 ,4 0 0 00
U ndivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
3 ,3 2 4 96
Individual deposits, sub­
7 4 ,3 8 9
33
je c t to c h e c k .
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
9 1 ,2 1 4 36
S a v in g s d e p osits . . . . . .
3 9 ,5 6 2 70
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................
3 ,9 8 4 15
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted ................
5 ,6 0 0 00

00

66 39
842 06
$ 2 3 9 ,4 7 5 50

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

$ 2 3 9 ,4 7 5 50

Janesville—Bower City Bank.
GEO. G. S U T H E R L A N D , P re s id e n t.
A. E. B IN G H A M , C a sh ier.
VVM. M cL A Y , V ic e P re s id e n t.
H . D. M U R D O C K , A sst. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
G eo. G. S u th e rla n d ,
W illia m , M cL a y ,
A. E. B in g h a m ,
R . M. B o s t w ic k ,
J a m e s A. F a th e r s ,
J. H. J on es.

ESTABLISHED APRIL 16, 1895.
Statement November 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ........................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
U. S. reven u e and w a r
sa v in g s sta m p s . . . .

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 7 4 6 ,7 5 7 52
2 ,9 9 4 28

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
1 8 ,0 5 0 00
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
5 4 ,2 5 0 00 D em a n d ce rtifica te s o f
4 ,0 0 0 00'
d e p osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
2 2 9 ,6 0 5 04 Certified ch e ck s ............
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
1 9 ,7 2 5 99

2 7 ,2 4 3

06

6 0 6 ,0 2 9

40

1 0 9 ,4 6 6
2 6 6 ,9 1 7
55
5 ,0 0 0

14
25
58
00

8 ,7 6 2 46
1 ,7 3 7 50
1 ,8 4 8 45
2 5 ,6 2 1 00
1 ,0 2 9 31
329 88

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,1 1 4 ,7 1 1


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

43

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,1 1 4 ,7 1 1 43

199

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS

Janesville— Merchants and Savings Bank.
S. M. S M IT H , C a sh ier.
E . J. H A U M E R S O N , A sst. C a sh ier.
K B. J E F F R I S , A s s t. C a sh ier.

*V. S. J E F F R I S , P re s id e n t.
.vi. B L A D O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

D IR E C T O R S .
J.
M.
M.
D.

W . S. J e ffris,
W m . B lad on ,
S. M. Sm ith,
R . E. W is n e r .
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 18, 1875.

F . P e m b e r,
O. M ou at,
G. J e ffris,
W . H o lm e s,

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 1 ", 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L oan s and d isc o u n ts. . . i|
O v e r d r a fts . . . . .................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
B a n k in g
h o u se
and
b u ild in g a c c o u n t. . . .
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h ou se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin . : ......................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss

7 0 9 ,2 6 1 39
2 ,2 8 6 24
5 0 5 ,2 1 9 75

2 5 9 ,5 4 1 55

8 , 0 0 0 00
9 6 ,3 0 0 00
6 7 3 ,3 9 2 41

$ 3 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 0 ,0 0 0 00

S S 6sni a ! ! P e n S e S .and
1 2 6 ,2 3 8
Due to b a n k s — d e p o s its
2 5 ,0 7 4
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ................. 1 ,4 2 5 ,5 5 9
D em a n d c e rtifica te s of
1 4 7 ,0 4 5
d e p osit ________ . ______
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............ 1 ,2 2 6 ,9 7 2
9 ,8 7 7
C e rtifie d c h e c k s
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t5 7 ,7 4 0
s t a n d in g .......................
,4,000
R e s e r v e d fo r t a i e s . . .

80
37

T o t a l ........................ $ 3 ,4 2 2 ,5 0 8

67

39
08
51
67
85
00

3 9 ,5 1 2 85
1 7 ,0 4 4 47
2 3 ,1 7 5 00
2 ,9 2 8 70
8 4 ,8 8 8 00
442 60
515 71

T o ta l ........................ $ 3 ,4 2 2 ,5 0 8

67

Jefferson— The Farmers & Merchants Bank of Jefferson.
G E O R G E C O P E L A N D , P re s id e n t.
L Y N N H . S M IT H , V ic e P re s id e n t.

GEO. J. K I S P E R T , C ash ier.
W M . S. K I S P E R T . A s s t. C a sh ier.
F R E D . B U L L W I N K E L , A s s t. Cash.

D IR E C T O R S .
G e o r g e J. K is p e r t,
C has. E. C op eland ,
G eo. C o p e la n d ,
G eo. F. B u llw in k e l,
L y n n H. S m ith ,
O. F. R o e s s le r .
J o h n M . B ie n fa n g ,
„ ,
E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 2, 1874.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
D ue fro m ap p roved re se rve b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 6 8 9 ,8 9 5 96
2 ,5 9 9 80
5 0 ,7 5 8 75

1 3 9 ,7 0 0 00
3 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 3 1 ,5 0 4 75

$ 6 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 2 ,8 3 5 29
3 0 7 ,7 1 7 81
4 9 5 ,1 6 4 79
1 0 7 ,6 0 6 14
5 0 ,0 0 0 00

5 ,4 2 8 00
5 ,7 3 7 50
5 ,1 2 6 00
1 2 ,2 0 6 00
367 27

T o ta l ........................ $ 1 ,0 7 3 ,3 2 4


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C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d c e rtifica te s o f
d e p osit ..............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
B ills p a y a b le ....................

03

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,0 7 3 ,3 2 4 03

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REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Jefferson— The Jefferson County Bank.
J. W . P U E R N E R , P re sid e n t.
L. M. S M IT H , V ic e P re sid e n t.

W . S. H E N R Y , C a sh ier.
M. B E C K , A s s t. C a sh ier.
R O Y P U E R N E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.
R O B T . H . H E N R Y , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. W . H eid ,
L. M . Sm ith ,
E m il S top p en b a ch .

J. W . P u ern er,
W . S. H e n ry ,
W m . C. M a y e r,
L. J. M iste le ,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R , 1856.
Incorporated as a State B ank Septem ber 4, 1875.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
saving- c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er re al e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b an k s
and cash it e m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 6 3 1 ,4 6 2 99
933 61
8 3 ,1 7 2 31

1 2 8 ,1 0 0 00

6 , 0 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,4 0 7 71

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Due to b a n k s — d e p o sits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em and c e rtifica te s o f
d e p osit ..........................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 7 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 2 ,3 0 8 47
1 7 ,2 2 8 14
2 3 2 ,5 9 2 22
3 9 2 ,4 7 7 91
2 4 1 ,8 8 0 60

1 3 1 ,8 0 0 59
1 ,0 6 5 26
343 60
3 ,9 7 5 00
1 ,8 0 5 65
1 3 ,6 6 6 00
254 62

T o ta l ........................ $ 1 ,0 0 6 ,4 8 7 34

T o ta l . . ....................$ 1 ,0 0 6 ,4 8 7 34

Jim Falls— Jim Falls State Bank.
J W . T H O M A S , P re sid e n t.
JA S. C. A S H L E Y , V ic e P re sid e n t.

H . J. E L L S W O R T H , C a sh ie r.

D IR E C T O R S .
O. F . S te lte r,
J. W . T h o m a s,
J. E. E lls w o r th ,

J am es C. A s h le y ,
P e rr y L. C h eem er.

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y

24, 1917.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a fts ........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e r tifs.
and th r ift sta m p s . .
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
O th er re al e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ..........
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
R e m itta n c e a /c r o a d
ord ers tow n c l e r k ..
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 9 0 ,6 6 6 43
436 17

1 0 ,4 5 0 00
1 ,2 7 5 00
275 00
1 8 ,5 4 5 82
1 ,0 5 6 05
814 95

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h eck ...............
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ........................

$1 0 , 0 0 0

00
1 , 2 0 0 00

1 ,5 0 7 59
7 2 ,9 2 2 65
3 5 ,8 3 1 97
590 00
2 ,7 8 4

86

1 ,0 0 5 00
168 43
96 82
47 40
$ 1 2 4 ,8 3 7 07

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

$ 1 2 4 ,8 3 7 07

R E P O R TS OF STATE BANKS

201

Johnson Creek— Mansfield's Bank.
F R E D C. M A N S F I E L D , P re sid e n t.
G E O R G E O. W O L F , C ashier.
C. L. H U B B S , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
F re d C. M an sfield ,
G e o rg e O. W o l f .
C. L. H u b b s,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 18, 1895.
Incorporated as a State B ank Novem ber 5, 1901.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .

$ 9 8 ,1 0 1 52
509 41

S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift sta m p s . .
S to c k s and oth er s e c u ritie s .............................
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fr o m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks o n o t h e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ..........
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............
T o t a l ........................

2 7 ,2 0 0 00

1 3 ,6 6 9

20

500 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 9 0 75

C a p ita l sto c k paid in . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ............ ..
D ue to b a n k s— d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ...............
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e p o sit ..................................
\Savings d e p o sits . . . . .
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u tsta n d in g ................... . . . .

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 7 3 46
4 ,4 2 8 95
644 89
1 2 0 ,3 6 2 24
7 2 ,5 2 6 02
2 ,5 4 1 43
1 3 ,1 6 1 90

7 8 ,8 6 2 24
3 ,4 1 0 40
155 00
1 ,1 0 6 85
3 ,9 8 0 00
153 52
$ 2 3 3 ,7 3 8 89

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

$ 2 3 3 ,7 3 8 89

Juda— The Bank of Juda.
J O H N K R Y D E R , P re sid e n t.
V . I. C O R S O N , C a sh ier.
I.
G. N E U M A N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
J.
W . M c E lw e e ,
John K r y d e r ,
I. G. N eu m an ,
B. H . R o d e rick ,
J. H . G ren zow ,
C. H . H a ll.
A . F . A sm u s.
F . F . H a r tin g ,
J. F . M ille r,
E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 3, 1903.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 11, 1903.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

X

$ 1 0 0 ,8 0 6 03
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
1 , 2 0 2 87
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifica te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e r tifs.
1 6 ,1 0 0 00
and th r ift sta m p s . .
2 ,7 0 0 00
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
1 ,9 0 0 00
O th er real e sta te o w n e d .
250 00
D ue fro m a p p roved re 3 5 ,5 9 9 48
se rv e b a n k s .................
3 ,4 5 4 02
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
20 00
G old coin .............................
736 50
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r 1 ,8 0 3 00
re n c y ................................
87 31
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 6 4 ,6 5 9 21

L ia b ilit ie s .

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to ch eck ...............
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................

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

$ 1 6 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,8 0 0 00
2 ,5 9 2

27

8 0 ,1 8 3 76
6 4 ,0 8 3

18

$ 1 6 4 ,6 5 9

21

202

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

Junction— Junction State Bank.
H . G. G R A S H O R N , P re sid e n t.
A. B A R W I G , V ic e P re sid e n t.

S. J. S B B O R A , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. A . B a r w ig ,
J. S eb ora ,
J acob R o th .
M . Q u aw ,
E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 4, 1909.

H. G. G ra sh o rn ,
S.
S.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
$ 1 0 9 ,5 1 5
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
1 ,7 7 1
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
1 6 ,0 0 0
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving-' c e r tifs.
and th r ift sta m p s . .
1 2 ,7 0 0
B a n k in g house . . . . . . .
2 ,3 5 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
1 ,8 0 0
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
4 7 ,9 9 7
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
1 6 ,2 9 5
G old c o i n .............................
270
S ilv e r coin ........................
2 ,1 6 3
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y .........................................
1 ,9 0 7
229
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............
T o ta l . . . : ...............

99
39

00

00
00

00
60
64
00
40

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ....................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to ch eck ...............
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ............
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s
o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 7 3

86

6 9 ,4 0 9 39
8 8 ,2 7 7 32
3 6 ,4 3 9 77
3 ,8 0 0 00

00
32

$ 2 1 3 ,0 0 0 34

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

$ 2 1 3 ,0 0 0 34

Juneau— Citizens Bank of Juneau.
M. H A R T Z H E I M , P re sid e n t.
L. C. P A U T S C H , V ic e P re sid e n t.

F. W . G E B H A R D T , C ash ier.
A R T H U R R . H E M M Y , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Sid n ey R . J on es,
F e rd . L in d e m a n n ,
F.
W . G e b h a rd t,
M. H a rtz h e im .
L . C. P a u tsch ,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 6 , 1891.
In c o rp o ra te d as a S ta te B a n k F e b r u a r y 3, 1896.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er re al e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ................. '
C h eck s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ...............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............
F if t h lib e r ty lo an a /c
T o ta l


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L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 3 2 ,9 4 2 59
197 79
6 ,3 0 0 00

5 5 ,3 9 1 72
9 ,4 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 , 2 0 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................

$ 4 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 4 ,2 6 8

11

3 0 5 ,2 9 8 12
1 9 0 ,5 4 5 61
1 2 8 ,6 4 6 96
7 ,6 1 8

93

8 5 ,6 6 3 04
226 97
3 ,6 4 2 50
2 ,1 8 5 30
6 ,7 5 3 00
236 00
238 82
$ 7 0 6 ,3 7 7 73

T o ta l

$ 7 0 6 ,3 7 7 73

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS

203

Kaukauna— Farmers and Merchants Bank.
J O H N S C H M ID T , P re sid e n t.
H . W E I F E N B A C H , C a sh ier.
vvM. F . H O H M A N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
John Schm idt,
C h as. A p p le to n ,
H . W e ife n b a c h ,
H . E . T h o m p so n ,
W . F. H ohm an,
J. L . Coonen,
M. A . L e m k e ,
Jos. H a rtz h e im .
C on rad T im m e rs,
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 6 , 1911.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts . . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtiflcate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s
C h eck s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
P re m iu m s on b o n d s. . . .
F ir e in su ra n ce .................
R e v e n u e s ta m p s ............
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 1 8 ,1 7 0 71
234 24
1 6 ,6 0 8 75

4 0 ,4 0 7 50
3 ,5 7 6 75
3 3 ,3 2 3 76
1 ,5 9 1 61

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to ch eck ...............
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C ertified ch e ck s ............

•
$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 9 1

80

1 0 7 ,4 0 6 16
1 9 2 ,6 9 3
9 5 ,5 5 9

80
14

6 37

3 ,4 6 7 03
3 ,7 4 7 5f
2 ,5 9 4 60
8 ,2 2 5 00
356 42
118 00
1 , 2 1 0 17
125 23
$ 4 3 3 ,7 5 7

27

T o ta l ........................

$ 4 3 3 ,7 5 7 27

Kaukauna— The Bank of Kaukauna.
JO H N M c N A U G H T O N , P re sid e n t.
F . A . T O W S L E T , C a sh ier.
H . T. R E M T E , V jc e P re sid e n t.
C. D. T O W S L E Y , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
G eo. O. B ergstro m ,,
F . A . T o w s le y ,
Judson G. R o se b u sh ,
M . A . W e r th e im e r ,
H . T. R e m te ,
J. C. K im b e r ly ,
John M c N a u g h to n ,
Jos. C. M cC a rty .
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y . 1881.
Incorporated as a State B ank F ebruary 3, 1896.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
IJ. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ily e r coin ........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e ve n u e sta m p s ............
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 3 9 8 ,5 1 3 1 J
71 67
2 2 3 ,6 0 0 or

1 8 ,2 5 0 00
1 9 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 Dl

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ..........

$ 8 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 0 ,0 0 0 00

2 1 ,66 6

82

1 5 3 ,2 8 2 42
1 9 1 ,6 8 5 37
2 9 9 ,5 7 3 88

7 5 ,9 1 5 73
2 ,5 6 1 85
9 ,1 9 5 00
1 4 ,2 6 8 00
1 ,2 1 3 00
104 83
15 27
$ 7 6 6 ,2 0 8 49

T o ta l

$ 7 6 6 ,2 0 8 49

204

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

Kendall— Farmers and Merchants Bank of Kendall.
F R A N C IS D U N C A N , President.
G EO . H . R O B E R T S O N , Cashier.
L U T H E R B U S W E L L , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
Jam es L yd d y,
V . E. Arzt,
F rancis Duncan,
Chas. Rueckheim ,
Jas. E. D w yer,
H erm an Moe,
H . P. W affle,
Gus Roloff.
L u th e r B u sw e ll,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 11, 1913.'

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s .................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving- c e r tifs.
and th r if t s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ...............
G old c o i n ..........................
S ilv e r c o i n .................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y . ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .............
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o t a l .........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 6 8 ,6 1 8 76
331
83
3 ,0 0 0 00

3 2 ,2 9 5 66
6 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,3 4 8 50
4 2 ,0 0 4 81

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Dem and certificates of
d e p osit .............................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 2 3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,7 5 0 00
1 ,5 7 7 51
5 2 ,7 4 0

60

5 ,1 1 7 06
1 7 4 ,6 6 5 12
4 ,0 7 4 40

332 84
1 ,3 7 5 00
867
00
4 ,5 5 6

00

1 7 1 ,44
22 85
$ 2 6 2 ,9 2 4 69

T o ta l ........................

$ 2 6 2 ,9 2 4 69

Kendall— Kendall State Bank.
G. R . H I L L , President.
C H A S . M A R Q U E T T E , C a sh ier.
O. R . H O L M E S , V ice President.
H A R R Y A . R O G E R S , A sst. Cashier.
F R E D Z IM M E R M A N , 2nd V ice Pres.
D IR E C T O R S .
G. R. H ill,
H a rry A . Rogers,
O. R . H olm es,
Chas. M arquette.
F red Zim m erm an,
E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 2, 1903.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y .....................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
C u sto m e r s’ v ic to r y loan
a c c o u n t .............................
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 9 6 ,9 3 9 75
178 24
4 5 ,3 8 5

10

1 1 ,8 6 1 33
3 ,8 0 0 00
1 ,8 6 0 00
3 4 ,2 5 9 88
4 ,9 7 0 06

C a p ital s to c k p aid i n . .
$ 2 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
4 ,0 0 0
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ...........
1 ,1 4 8
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ............ ..
5 3 ,0 9 6
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit . . ..............................
2 2 4 ,9 9 1
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................
3 ,5 0 6
V ic to r y lo an a c c o u n t. . .
1 ,5 1 0

00
00
91
64
76
42

00

848 09
220 00
1 ,2 3 9 05
4 ,5 8 7 00
105 23

2 , 0 0 0 00
$ 3 0 8 ,2 5 3 73

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

$ 3 0 8 ,2 5 3 73

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

205

Kennan— Kennan State Bank.
H U G O K A N D U T S C H , President.
C. T. B A D E R , V ice President.

E. R . B R O W N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E . R. Brow n.

H u g o K a n d u tsc h ,
C. F . B a der,

E S T A B L I S H E D M A Y 19, 1914.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved rese rve b a n k s .................
D ue fro m o th e r b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and national curren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
In su ra n c e p r e m i u m s ...
Ind. le d g e r s u s p e n s e ..
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 7 0 ,9 4 1 32
1 ,4 4 3 07
9 ,1 4 4 60
2 ,5 9 5 00
2 ,1 8 2 45
1 ,1 5 2 54
73 02
4 ,0 8 9 82
52 50
717 85
1 ,2 8 4
38
41
16

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates o f dep o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
outs t a n d i n g ...........................
N o te s and b ills r e d is cou n ted ...........................

00
10

$1 0 ,0 0 0 00
600 00
56 05
5 3 ,1 9 3

93

1 6 ,0 5 8
6 ,2 5 9

00
96

504 58
7 ,1 0 0

00

50
75

$ 9 3 ,7 7 2 52

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

$ 9 3 ,7 7 2 52

Kenosha— Citizens Bank of Kenosha.
W . J. W E R N E R , President.
F.
J. K R A F T , V ice President.

E. T. O ’B R IE N , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
F rank Nelson,
F r a n k Oh erst,
Geo. H arbough,

W . J. W e rn er,
F . J. K ra ft,
E.
T . O’Brien,
M . Bode,
E S T A B L I S H E D D E C E M B E R 14, 1915.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 . 1 9 1 9 .

L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b on d s ................. *
U. S. bonds, U . S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
house ................................
G old c o i n ........................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 4 0 3 ,1 4 2 21
1 ,3 8 5 80
7 3 ,5 9 4 42

6 2 ,8 3 4 35
9 ,8 6 3 14
1 9 ,8 9 3

55

5 ,9 3 9 75
7 ,6 7 8 23
1 ,3 6 2 50
4 ,3 5 4 15

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s ...............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
s ta n d in g ...........................
F if t h lib e r ty loan bond
p a y m e n ts ......................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,5 0 0 Ov.
5 ,4 0 2

15

3 2 0 ,8 5 0 88
2 6 ,1 9 6 9 q
2 0 1 ,3 5 4 68
540 00
508 00
6 ,6 0 7 50
2 ,5 0 0 00

2 8 ,3 7 1 00
1 ,0 4 1 10
$ 6 1 9 ,4 6 0 20

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

$ 6 1 9 ,4 6 0 20

206

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

Kenosha— Merchants & Savings Bank.
H . B. R O B IN S O N , President.
N . A . R O W E , V ice President

JOS. F U N C K , Cashier.
H . M. P E T E R S E N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. E. Remer,
W . J. Frost,
W . W . Vincent,
H . B . Robinson,
W . J. Berm ingham ,
N . A . Rowe,
M athias W e rv e ,
Jos. Funck,
Christ Petersen,
M. N. Funck.
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 1, 1897.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 6 , 1901.
S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g c e r tifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
Due from approved re­
se rve b a n k s . - . ............
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
an d c a sh i t e m s ............
Exchanges for clearing
h o u se ................................
G old s o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
L ib e r ty b on d s to secure
p o sta l s a v in g s ............
F e d e ra l re se rv e b a n k
s to c k ..................................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 9 5 4 ,8 6 3 14
1 ,8 1 2 32
2 5 8 ,1 0 7 62

5 6 8 ,5 0 6 00
2 5 .0 0 0 00

1 0 .0 0 0 O'?
2 1 1 ,7 2 4 45
5 ,4 1 6 76

Capital stock paid i n . . .
$100,000
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
1 4 ,0 0 0
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p aid . . \ . ............
1 3 ,4 3 7
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
60
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ................. 1 ,0 2 0 ,8 0 2
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e­
p o sit ..................................
1 0 9 ,8 8 1
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
7 0 5 ,5 6 0
P o sta l s a v i n g s .................
1 0 ,0 6 4
B ills p a y a b le ...................
200,000
R e se rv e d f o r t a x e s . . . .
6 ,5 6 8

00
00
64

00
98
30
67
41

00
92

1 9 ,4 3 1 35
2 5 ,6 3 1 77
6 ,4 3 2 50
7 ,3 2 1 40
6 8 ,5 0 2 00
1 ,1 7 6 61
1 3 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,4 5 0 00

T o t a l ........................ $ 2 ,1 8 0 ,3 7 5

92

T o t a l ........................ $ 2 ,1 8 0 ,3 7 5 92

Kewaskum— Bank of Kewaskum.
A. L . R O S E N H E I M E R , President.
B. H . R O S E N H E I M E R , Cashier.
M. R O S E N H E I M E R , V ice President. N. W . R O S E N H E I M E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.
G E O R G E P E T R I, 2nd V ice President. H. A . R E M M E L , A s s t. C ash ier.
N . W . R O S E N H E IM E R , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . L . Rosenheim er,
O. E . L ay,
M. Rosenheimer,
B. H . Rosenheimer,
A . W . K och,
'
N . W . Rosenheimer.
George Petri,
E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 15, 1904.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifica te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved rese rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
an d c a sh it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national curre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 6 5 9 ,5 3 1 36
1 ,5 0 4 69
1 2 6 ,0 5 2

10

5 4 ,3 5 0 00
1 0 , 0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
8 3 ,4 5 7 93

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ............
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e certificates of dep o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits . .
outCashier’s
checks
s t a n d i n g .................

$40,000 00
20,000 00
3 0 ,6 1 8

85

2 0 3 ,4 2 6 70
5 5 3 ,8 1 5 14
9 6 ,4 5 0 64
1 3 ,2 4 4 58

1 ,4 9 7 05
2 ,2 8 2 50
2 ,1 6 3 00
1 1 ,7 0 2 00
15 28
$ 9 5 7 ,5 5 5 91

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

$ 9 5 7 ,5 5 5 91

207

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN K S

Kewaskum— Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
C H R IS T S C H A E F E R , JR ., President.
E L W T N M. R O M A IN E , Cashier.
L O U IS D. G U T H , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . L . Simon,
C h rist S ch ae fe r, Jr.,
Louis D. Guth,
Geo. M. Rom aine,
A rth u r J. K och,
A u g u st Heberer,
E m il C. Backhaus,
Joseph U m bs,
W . Kippenhan,
E lw yn M . Rom aine.
H erm an W . M eilahn,
E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 7, 1917.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u r c e s.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 0 1 ,0 3 9 10
80 55
4 9 ,4 9 2 80

6 ,9 8 2 78
6 ,2 5 0 00
3 ,7 9 0 00
1 2 ,4 7 9

59

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ............ .. . . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................

$25,000 00
1 ,0 0 0

00

1,266 57
2 5 ,4 4 7 90
1 1 9 ,3 5 7 05
1 6 ,9 2 8 16
3 ,4 8 6 98

2 ,9 5 5 44
682 5C
1 ,0 3 3 65
7 ,4 4 0 00
260 25
$ 1 9 2 ,4 8 6 66

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

$ 1 9 2 ,4 8 6 66

Kewaunee— Dairymans State Bank.
M A T T C E R V E N Y , President.
' W . J. K O W A L K E , C ashier.
M. J. R U D E B E C K , V ice President.
J. J. S C H U L T Z . A sst. Cashier.
G E O R G E E R IC K S E N , 2nd V ice Pres.
D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. Ericksen,
R . C. Bach,
L . M eyer,
F . J. Drab,
M. J. Rudebeck,
R . C. Ostereich,
W m . B e lt e r ,,
M. Cerveny,
A . Dishm aker,
W . J. K o w a lk e ,
C. Olsen,
J. Pribyl,
J. W . R iha.
F red Arians,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 2, 1915.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n ...................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U . S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
Cash s h o r t ...........................
R e v e n u e s t a m p s ............
T o t a l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 3 9 3 ,3 3 1 33
1 ,3 7 9 99
7 7 ,2 3 2

60

6 8 ,6 5 0 00
1 1 ,2 0 6 87
1 0 ,5 4 7 1 4
4 9 ,9 0 0

70

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’ s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................

$35,000 00
8,750 00
2 ,2 4 5 72
55 00
1 3 2 ,3 1 4 12
3 6 6 ,9 9 9 23
8 1 ,7 9 7 70
1 ,0 1 9

14

510 89
1 ,5 1 1 39
3 ,1 2 5 00
766 70
9 ,7 4 4
92
147
35

00
27
03
00

$ 6 2 8 ,1 8 0 91

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

$ 6 2 8 ,1 8 0 91

208

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Kewaunee— Farmers and Merchants State Bank o f Kewaunee.
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S

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S

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t

J- G- W AM C E A - c “ h" r-

D IR E C T O R S .
F re d C. A u d e,
A . W . T e sk e ,
J acob G asch e.

gB r u e m m e r,
5 ' t • ^ 0£ h ? s;
P. L. G. R e m k e ,
H e n r y A . D v o ra k ,
E S T A B L IS H E D

M A R C H 17, 1911.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e r tifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving- c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due ' from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e s t a m p s ............
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 5 5 4 ,0 4 9 39
270 20
1 3 0 ,5 0 0 00

3 6 ,8 0 0 00
1 1 ,2 5 0 00
5 ,7 5 2 50
5 1 ,4 8 2

31

892 81
8 ,3 8 0 00
1 ,0 1 8 90

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 3 5 ,0 0 0 0 #
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 1 ,9 2 5 91
18 00
9 2 ,4 8 6 45
5 7 8 ,1 0 1 69
7 9 ,4 2 4 40
87 05

6 ,4 7 4 00
147 39
26 00
$ 8 0 7 ,0 4 3 50

T o ta l ........................

$ 8 0 7 ,0 4 3 50

Kewaunee— State Bank of Kewaunee.
L. A L B E R T K A R E L , P re sid e n t.

V. H . J A N D A , C ash ier.
J O H N W A L E C K A , Jr., A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

i JA Alb,e/ tAKare1’
G e o rg e A . D u v a ll,
John M. B o r g m a n ,
A n to n K ie w e g .
John L . H a n e y ,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E , 1876.
Incorporated as a State Bank January 30, 1892.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
c u ritie s . . . . . . . . . . . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y . . .............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
In su ra n c e
p re m iu m s
ad v an ce d ........................
In te r e s t paid and e x ­
pen se ................................
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 6 4 0 ,9 5 6 84
690 01
2 3 5 ,2 7 5

00

3 5 ,5 0 0 00
4 ,5 0 0
1 0 ,0 0 0
5 ,0 0 0
8 ,2 0 0

00
00
00
00

4 7 ,4 4 5

86

4 ,2 4 7 8 6
1 ,8 6 2
1 ,8 1 0
2 ,6 9 6

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s ............
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted ..............
B ills p a y a b le ....................
F e d e ra l re se rv e b a n k
due on s to c k ( 5 0 % ) . .

$ 6 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
880 00
1 5 1 ,0 6 9

98

7 0 2 ,2 3 7 34
2 2 ,8 5 8 58
1 ,0 8 9 37
1 6 ,5 0 0 00
4 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,2 5 0 00

40
00
00

7 ,7 4 5 00
20 87
2 ,3 4 6

56

3 ,5 8 8

87

.$ 1 ,0 1 1 ,8 8 5

27

T o ta l

$ 1 ,0 1 1 ,8 8 5 27

R E P O R T S OF STATE BANKS

209

Kiel— Citizens State Bank.
D. F . N A U T H , P re sid e n t.
A L B E R T W A G E N K N E C H T , C a s h U r.
O T T O S T O E L T IN G , V ic e P re sid e n t. M E L V I N C. T U M M , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
D. F . N a u th ,
Jas. L . V o e lk e r ,
C h as. A . B a h r,
E. P. K n a u f,
T heo. W . Sch reiber,
A lb e rt- W a g e n k n e c h t,
O tto S to e ltin g ,
C h as. R a q u e t.
G eo. P. M eyer,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 26, 1914.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
municipal
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e r tifs .
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
an d cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ............ , ...................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 5 1 ,3 0 7 81
44 26
5 5 ,6 5 6 20

1 0 7 ,2 5 0 00
7 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 2 0 46

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,6 2 5

15

' 2 6 0 ,4 6 9 99
2 5 7 ,7 5 6 77
4 6 ,7 5 5 65

6 8 ,2 0 4 24
1 ,8 3 9 01
1 ,0 3 7 50
129 70
6 ,3 0 7 00
132 67
178 71
$ 6 0 2 ,6 0 7 56

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

$ 6 0 2 ,6 0 7 56

Kiel— State Bank of Kiel.
J. B. L A U N , P re sid e n t.
H . C. M E S C H , V ic e P re sid e n t.

W . J.
C. A .
D IR E C T O R S .
H.
W.

T A Y L O R , C a sh ier.
W O L L M A N , A s s t. C ash ier.

H.
S. E ld re d ,
C. M esch ,
J. B . L a u n ,
J. T a y lo r .
W . P. W a g n e r ,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 1, 1898.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e r tiflc a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r se c u r i t i e s .............................
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O ther real e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ...............................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
C ash sh o rt ...........................
T o ta l ........................

1 4 — B.


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 4 1 6 ,7 3 7 21
88 16
6 ,8 0 0 00

1 2 ,8 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 1 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,6 4 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k paid in . .
Su rplu s fund ...................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p osit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 7 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,1 4 6 86
1 4 7 ,6 4 0 69
2 3 4 ,2 8 8 0
5 9 ,1 0 4 38

1 , 1 0 0 00
5 8 ,9 7 9 71
1 0 ,2 5 2 28

1 2 1 31
2 ,0 4 7 17
965 00
2 ,1 6 7 8 ;
1 9 ,4 6 2 00
287 91
145 00
86 34
$ 5 5 1 ,1 7 9

94

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

$ 5 5 1 ,1 7 9

94

210

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

K ilboum — Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
R.
D. B A R N E Y , P re sid e n t.
T H O S . M. M c M A N M A N , V ic e P res.

T h o s. M. M cM a n m a n ,
D a n ie l M cM a n m a n ,
D.
T . O N e il,

H . M. T O P S ON, C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R . d . B a rn e y ,
J as. E . D o u g h e r ty .

E S T A B L IS H E D

F E B R U A R Y 26, 1910.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s an d d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y : ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l . . ....................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 3 7 ,5 9 3 02
667 71
4 5 ,3 9 0

Of;

1 7 ,8 0 0 0
4 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
6 7 ,5 4 5

66

2 , 1 1 2 09
5 1 5 00
5 4 9 ^5

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
P o sta l s a v i n g s .................

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00

3,3 55

48

106,044.. 00

2 0 1 817 96
3 8 ,5 4 1 67
8 ,1 1 4 89
313 39

2 ,8 6 0 00
154 16
$ 3 8 2 ,1 8 7 3!

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

$ 3 8 2 ,1 8 7 39

K ilboum — Kilbourn State Bank.
W . S. S T R O U D , P re sid e n t.

L. N. C O A P M A N , C ashier.
O. P. H E L L A N D , A s s t. C a sh ier.
A. W . L U E T T G E R O D T , A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
^1' £ ? apnl a n ’
P e rry C. Stroud.
W . S. Stroud,
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1884.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 7, 1903.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts. . .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e r tifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ..............
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ...................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 6 0 ,9 4 7 82
7 1 ,7 0 0

00

1 0 2 ,1 9 2 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 1 ,1 9 4 39
476 37
546 10
55 00
2 ,9 6 0 65

C a p ita l s to c k p aid
i n ..
$ 2 0 ,0 0 0
2 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ........
4 ,1 6 7
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o s its
363
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ....
1 2 1 ,3 4 9
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e ­
3 6 2 ,2 1 1
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ...........
5 9 ,1 7 8
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................
6 ,9 8 1
P o sta l s a v i n g s ....
153

00
00
67
24
64
14

68
39
96

4 ,1 8 2 00
151 39
$ 5 9 4 ,4 0 5 72

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

$ 5 9 4 ,4 0 5 72

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS

211

Kingston— Kingston State Bank.
E D W . V A U G H A N , P re sid e n t.
A . O. E L L IS O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
S. M. V a u g h a n ,
E d. V a u g h a n ,
J. T . S h a w ,
•
F r a n k U m b r e it,

J. T. S H A W , C a sh ier.
H . V O L K M A N N , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . O. E llis o n ,
J a m e s C a rter,
G. H . B ren em an .

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 5, 1909.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g c e r tifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d re se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and c a sh it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ..........

$ 1 1 6 ,0 1 8 50
125 28

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 6 0 ,0 6 7 25

9 ,0 0 0 00

7 ,1 2 1 23
3 ,3 0 0 00
500 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n ..
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f dep o sit ..................................

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

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 6 0 ,0 6 7 25

1 ,5 0 1 13
2 4 ,1 7 2 89
1 1 7 ,8 9 3

23

2 0 ,8 4 1 66
148 66
160 00
663 05
2 ,1 5 5 00
33 87

Knowles— Knowles State Bank.
W M . N A S T , P re sid e n t.
G E O . W . N A S T , V ic e P re sid e n t.

O. A . K U H N , C ashier.
A . P. S T E R R , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . N a st,
G eo. W . N a st,
V . F . N a st,

E.
A . N a s t,
P e te r P. S terr,
C h as. Jan d ry.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R

24, 1915.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
S ta te,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U . S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 8 7 ,2 4 3 40
19 15

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

$ 1 6 1 ,4 6 6 15


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

2 8 ,2 7 0 00

1 , 0 0 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,1 7 7 91

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
500 00

T o ta l . . ....................

$ 1 6 1 ,4 6 6 15

550 71
4 3 ,7 0 6 53
8 6 ,9 6 8 00
1 4 ,7 4 0 91

3 5 ,1 1 9 12
440 00
285 05
2 ,3 5 0 00
61 52

212

R E P O R T O P T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

La Crosse— Exchange State Bank.
C. P. T H O M P S O N , P re sid e n t.
j OS. P. G O H R E S , V ic e P re sid e n t.
G e o rg e B . P h illip s,
C. P. T h o m p so n ,
P e te r N e lso n ,

R O B E R T B. L O W R Y , C a sh ier.
W . J. L O W R Y , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Josep h P. G oh res,
R o b t. L o w r y .

E S T A B L IS H E D

NOVEM BER

4, 1889.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u r c e s.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
and oth e r b o n d s ..........
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 9 2 ,1 2 0 98
2 ,0 1 4 41
2 7 0 ,5 4 3 22
3 ,8 6 5 00
5 3 ,2 7 7 47
1 7 ,8 6 7 48
305 00
3 ,6 5 6 60

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid e d p rofits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D iv id e n d s unpaid ..........
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
O th e r lia b ilitie s ............

8 ,1 5 2 00
17 61
$ 6 5 1 ,8 1 9 77

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

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,5 0 0 00
4 ,7 8 5 59
60 00
1 8 6 ,7 0 3 39
6 6 ,1 3 5 22
3 5 8 ,3 2 1 07
314 50

$ 6 5 1 ,8 1 9 77

La Crosse— Security Savings Bank of La Crosse
A . G U N D E R S E N , P re sid e n t.
N.
F R E Y , V ic e P re sid e n t.
B. F . K E E L E R , 2nd V ic e P re sid e n t.
J. A . T h w in g ,
B. F . K e e le r ,
O la f R . S k a a r,
H . W . San ders,

J. A . T H W I N G , C a sh ier.
J. B. B R E N N E R . A s s t. C a sh ie r.

D IR E C T O R S .
O le E lb e r ts o n ,
N.
F re y ,
L . J. K ilia n ,
A . G u n d ersen .

E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 1, 1894.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r -b o n d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e r tifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s an d o th e r s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
F o r e ig n c u rren cy . . . . .
R e v e n u e sta m p s .............
T o t a l ................. ..


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 4 3 7 ,6 4 5 49
1 ,4 5 2 94
2 0 ,9 0 0 00

4 9 ,1 1 7 65
506 21
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 3 9 ,2 6 8 98

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D iv id e n d s unpaid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s ...............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,2 3 8 63
25 00
2 2 7 ,8 8 0

69

6 5 ,2 9 0 89
3 4 7 ,3 0 8 64
1 ,2 7 0 14
4 ,0 2 2

08

2 0 ,2 9 1 57
1 ,3 3 7 50
2 ,2 0 7 75
9 ,5 9 1 00
66 90
580 08
70 00
$ 6 8 7 ,0 3 6 07

T o ta l ........................

$ 6 8 7 ,0 3 6 07

R E PO R TS OF STATE BANKS

213

La Crosse— State Bank of La Crosse.
J O H N C. B U R N S , P re sid e n t.
L. H . M A R T IN , V ic e P re sid e n t.

J. M . H O L L E Y , C a sh ier.
A . H . E R IC K S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
R . J. R A Y , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . B e lle ru e ,
J am es T h o m p so n ,
J. M. H o lle y ,
L . H . M a rtin ,
H . A . K ron er,
John C. B u rn s,
Jos. M ille r.
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 7, 1879.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 31, 1883.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...$ 1 ,2 2 8 ,3 1 3
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
663
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
3 0 2 ,7 7 5
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
saving- c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
9 5 ,4 3 0
B a n k in g house ...............
4 0 ,0 0 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
1 8 ,4 1 0
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
3 4 5 ,8 4 0
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
4 6 ,9 6 7
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
an d cash it e m s ............
4 ,8 1 5
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
1 7 ,0 1 3
G old c o i n .............................
710
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
4 ,6 2 1
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
4 5 ,0 8 3
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
753
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
200
T o t a l ........................ $ 2 ,1 5 1 ,5 9 8

34
82
32

76
00
00
32
25
49

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fund ....................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d .................
D ue to b a n k s— d e p osits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d c e rtifica te s of
d e p o sit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s ...............
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................
R e se rv e d fo r ta x e s and
in te re st ...........................

$ 100,000

00

5 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 0 ,5 5 9 58
2 6 8 ,7 6 6 32
5 4 7 ,0 7 5 25
3 0 7 ,6 4 9 53
8 3 9 ,7 2 4 11
1 ,5 4 8 61
3 ,3 0 9 39
1 2 ,9 6 5 84

73
00
70
00
90
Q0
63

T o t a l ........................ $ 2 ,1 5 1 ,5 9 8 63

Ladysmith— Rusk County Bank.
W.
O’C O N N O R , P re sid e n t.
L . C. S T R E A T E R , C ash ier.
G L E N N H . W I L L I A M S , V ic e P res.
E . G. T H O M P S O N , A s s t. C ash ier.
F W . K A S L , V ic e P re sid e n t.
A. C. M O O R S, A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . F . O’C onnor,
L . C. S tre a te r,
G lenn H . W illia m s ,
F . W . K a s l.
H . A . Dim .ock,
E S T A B L I S H E D M A Y 15, 1911.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on d s, U. S. certifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
C h ec k s and d r a fts in
tr a n s it .............................

$ 4 1 9 ,5 3 4 90
1 ,5 6 3 85

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

$ 5 3 3 ,9 2 1 02


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3 4 ,7 8 0 79
6 ,8 0 0 00
2 ,9 5 0 00
4 7 ,6 4 0 92
6 ,7 3 8 80
4 ,0 4 3 32
407 50
1 ,2 1 5 95

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D ue to b a n k s— d e p o sits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Certified c h e c k s ............ ..
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ..... .....................
L ib e r ty
v ic to r y
lo an
p a y m e n t s ................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,7 5 0 00
2 ,3 2 7 30
3 ,1 7 7 17
2 4 5 ,0 3 1 76
1 1 7 ,2 7 1 77
1 0 5 ,8 2 7 06
64 00
2 0 ,8 2 1

63

1 1 ,6 5 0 33

8 ,0 6 7 00
85 46
92 53
T o t a l ........................

$ 5 3 3 ,9 2 1 02

214

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

Ladysmith— State Bank of Ladysmith.
C. K . E L L IN G S O N , P re sid e n t.
S. H . D O O L E Y , C ash ier.
W . A . B L A C K B U R N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
C. E . H O S K IN S A s s t. C a sh ie r.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. K . E llin g s o n ,
H a r r y B a llo u ,
W . A . B la c k b u rn ,
r . s . Johnson,
S. H . D o o le y ,
F r a n k F o u n ta in ,
F . I. H u g h e s,
d . F . C la rk .
J. A . M ich ae lson ,
E S T A B L I S H E D M A R C H 7, 1903.
Incorporated as a State B ank Septem ber 4, 1903.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n t s .”
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re ahd fix tu re s.
O th e r re a l e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m a p p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
an d c a sh i t e m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
V ic to r y l o a n ......................
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 4 8 0 ,0 0 6 45
1 5 4 18

5,0 00

00

1 5 ,1 8 6
1 6 ,2 5 0
4 ,5 0 0
3 ,0 6 1

25
00

4 0 ,1 1 9

05

00
69

2 ,9 5 6 69
125 00
1 ,6 4 7 20

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed profits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Due to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Certified c h e c k s ............
C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................
P o sta l s a v in g s ...............
N o te s and b ills re d is ­
cou n ted ...........................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,3 0 3 03
1 ,8 2 9 40
2 1 0 ,7 8 5 32
1 7 3 ,1 2 3 42
1 1 9 ,6 5 4 01
440 94
4 ,5 6 8 11
871 17
8 ,5 0 0 00

1 4 ,9 3 4 Ofi
24 87
2 ,1 1 0 02
$ 5 8 6 ,0 7 5 40

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

$ 5 8 6 ,0 7 5 40

La Farge— Bank of La Farge.
J. A . H A Y E S , P re sid e n t.
L. L . D A T H R O P , C a sh ier.
C A R L O S B U C H A N A N , V ic e P res.
W . R . D IX O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
J. J. C R E E D E N , 2nd V ic e Pres.
D IR E C T O R S .
C a rlo s B u ch a n an ,
L . L. L a th ro p ,
J. A . H a y e s,
J. J. Creeden ,
W . R . D ix o n ,
E. E. H a g g e rty .
W m . C h ase,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 1, 1898.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 29, 1903.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
B a n k in g h ou se . . . . . . .
F u rn itu re an d fix tu r e s .
O th er re al e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
V ic to r y b ond a c c o u n t ..
T o t a l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 5 7 ,7 4 1 98
1 ,9 2 3 76

3 5 ,7 5 0 00
1 ,9 5 4
5 ,0 0 0
4 ,5 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
4 7 ,6 2 2

83
00
00
00
57

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
$ 2 0 ,0 0 0
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
6 ,5 0 0
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ..........
2 ,2 1 4
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .....
1 3 1 ,3 9 3
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
1 8 4 ,5 5 4
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
1 8 ,8 3 4
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ........................
5 ,3 1 6
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
800

00
00
47
85
42
16
60
00

26 27
1 ,2 4 0 00
661 35
7 ,5 7 4 00
218 74
3 ,4 0 0 00
$ 3 6 9 ,6 1 3 50

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

$ 3 6 9 ,6 1 3 50

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS

215

Lake Mills— Bank of Lake Mills.
S.
A. R E E D . P re sid e n t.
C O N R A D E N G S B E R G , V ic e

E. C. B R O W N , C a sh ier.
W . G. K O R T H , A s s t. C a sh ier.

P res.

D IR E C T O R S .
S- A . R e ed ,
C onrad E n g s b e r g ,
W m . E v e r so n ,
W . A . E ngsberg.
E.
C. B ro w n ,
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 2, 1892.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ........................ .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
O ther re al e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
s e rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ...............................
G old c o i n ........................ .. .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
V ic to r y lo an ......................
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 3 2 9 ,6 8 5 88
2 ,4 7 9 84
3 ,7 0 0 00

1 1 ,8 5 0 00
8 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
7 6 ,5 8 8

42

5 ,9 4 9

82

C a p ital sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d ep osit .............................

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00

1 1 , 0 0 0 00
5 ,6 8 0 90

1 6 0 ,2 9 9 18
2 1 1 ,3 5 6 73
3 0 ,5 9 4 28

188 65
1 ,7 0 0 00
1 ,8 6 7 80
3 ,8 4 8 00
292 68
780 00
$ 4 4 8 ,9 3 1 09

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

$ 4 4 8 ,9 3 1 09

Lake Mills— Greenwood’s State Bank
C.
F. G R E E N W O O D , P re sid e n t.
G. E . G R E E N W O O D , C a sh ier.
A . W . G R E E N W O O D , V ic e P re sid e n t.
O. A . W O D K E , A s s t. C a sh ie r.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. F . G re e n w oo d .
G. E . G reen w oo d ,
A. W . G re e n w oo d ,
O. A . W o d k e .
C h as. S. G re e n w oo d ,
E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 21, 1893.

Statem en t N ovem b er. 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s ..................
U. S. bonds, U. S. ce rtificate s o f in d eb ted n ess.
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s an d oth e r s e c u r i t i e s ................... ..
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O ther re al e sta te ow ned
D ue from approved res e rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national curre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .
$ 4 5 8 ,3 7 2
2 ,0 9 3

58
12

1 3 4 ,9 7 5

00

1 8 1 ,9 3 2

75

8 ,8 3 0
6 ,5 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 1 ,0 0 0

00
00
00
00

7 5 ,0 1 5

44

3 ,0 1 3
4 ,0 0 0
1 ,5 3 7

28
00
00

9 ,9 5 9
16

00
41

$ 8 9 8 ,2 4 4

58

C a p ita l sto c k p aid in . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
Demand
certificates of
d e p osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0

00
00

1 1 ,8 1 9

86

1 7 2 ,5 4 5

40

5 3 5 ,6 4 0
5 3 ,2 3 9

32
00

$ 8 9 8 ,2 4 4

58

216

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

Lake Nebagamon— Bank of Lake Nebagamon.
R U S S E L L B A X T E R , P re s id e n t.

R. B A X T E R , C a sh ier.
M. P. B A X T E R , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R u s s e ll B a x te r,

M. P. B a x te r ,
J. R . C o lb e c k ,

-

E S T A B L IS H E D IN 1900.
In corp ora ted as a State B ank A u g u st 28, 1903.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
U. S. bonds, U. S. ce rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er re al e sta te ow ned
Due from approved rese rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 4 2 ,9 9 0

97

3 ,3 3 3
1 ,5 0 0
700
600

00
00
00

33

5 ,0 8 5 76
611 64

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ............
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, su bje e t to c h e c k . . . .
Tim e certificates o f dep o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits . .

$ 5 ,0 0 0
3 ,0 0 0

00
00

2 ,1 9 4 99
1 7 ,5 0 8 43
1 3 ,8 6 4 42
2 0 ,6 1 4 51

5 ,5 8 0 55

2 1 0 00
1 ,5 5 4 00
16 10
$ 6 2 ,1 8 2 35

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

$ 6 2 ,1 8 2 35

Lancaster— Farmers and Citizens State Bank.
G E O R G E A. M O O R E , P re s id e n t.
J. H. W A G N E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.
G e o r g e A . M o o re ,
P.
R . S to ffe l,
E.
C rapp,

............................................., C a sh ier

D IR E C T O R S .
J. H. W a g n e r ,
L e w is K r a u l.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 27, 1915.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
U. S. b on ds, U. S. ce rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.

Due fro m

ap p roved

se rv e b a n k s

C hecks

on

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 1 8 9 ,2 2 4 36

4 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,2 6 9 39

re-

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

3 5 ,3 4 3 22

other banks

and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................

287 07
55 00
820 05

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Su rplu s fund ..........
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
Tim e certificates o f dep o sit ........................
Cashier’s
checks
ou ts t a n d i n g .................
B ills p a y a b le ..........

U. S. and nation al cu rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l .................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

2 ,111

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0

00

5 ,0 0 0

00

3 ,2 8 4 38
7 8 ,6 0 1

96

1 1 5 ,7 4 6

69

5 ,6 4 3 27
3 8 ,0 0 0 00

00

166 21
$ 2 7 1 ,2 7 6 30

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

$ 2 7 1 ,2 7 6 30

R E P O R TS OF STATE BANKS

217

Lancaster— Lancaster State Bank.
L. H. S T E V E N S , P re s id e n t.
G.
A. S T E V E N S , V ic e P re s id e n t.
L. H. S te v e n s,
F.
J. G la n v ille ,

F . J. G L A N V IL L E , C ash ier.
L. O. P E N N O C K , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G. A. S tev en s,
L. O. P e n n o ck .

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 2, 1914.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n t s .? .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
f u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved re­
se rve b a n k s ...................
Checks on other banks
an d cash i t e m s ............
Exchanges for clearing
h ouse ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national curren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T a x c e r t i f i c a t e s ...............
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$3 1 4 ,2 5 1 08
3 ,4 7 4 20

1 8 ,6 7 3 72
1 2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,8 9 8 55
8 2 ,4 2 0 86

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U nd ivid ed profits, less
cu rren t e xp e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, s u b je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates o f d e p o sit ..................................
Cashier’s
checks
ou ts t a n d i n g ...........................

$50,000 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,3 6 4 98
1 9 4 ,5 7 5 89
1 8 8 ,3 5 6 81
8 ,0 1 6 12

151 00
1 ,7 8 1 17
85 00
1 ,6 0 5 90
8 ,6 0 0 00
182 51
189 81
$ 4 4 6 ,8 1 3 80

T o ta l ........................

$ 4 4 6 ,8 1 3

80

Lancaster— The People’s State Bank.
C H A S. H. B A S H F O R D , P re s id e n t.
L. A . C L A R K , V ic e P re s id e n t.

Chas. H. B a s h fo r d ,
L. A. C la r k ,
J. H a r o ld P u g h ,

J. H A R O L D P U G H , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G eo. B. C le m e n ts o n ,
J o h n C. B a ilie.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 25, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar s a v in g c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re ­
s e rv e b a n k s .................
Exchanges for clearing
house ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
E x p e n se and in t e r e s t ..
T o ta l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 2 8 0 ,0 2 1 65
2 ,7 5 2 70

4 1 ,4 1 0 98
6 ,4 1 4 95
4 ,0 4 2 60
3 3 ,4 6 1 22
2 ,7 7 9 55
172 50
1 ,2 6 4 95

Capital stock paid i n . . .
$25,000
S u rp lu s fund ....................
3 ,0 0 0
F u rn itu re and fixtures,
D e p re c ia tio n re se rv e
..
1 ,0 0 0
Individual deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ......
1 6 5 ,3 5 4
Tim e certificates o f d e­
p o sit ..................................
1 6 2 ,9 9 7
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s .............
4 ,0 8 8
Cashier’s
checks
ou t­
sta n d in g ...........................
9 ,2 6 4
B ills p a y a b le ....................
1 5 ,0 0 0

00
00
00
95
06
47
43
00

1 0 ,3 3 5 00
132 18
2 ,9 1 6 63
$ 3 8 5 ,7 0 4 91

T o ta l ........................

$ 3 8 5 ,7 0 4 91

218

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Lancaster— Union State Bank.
C.
V.

H . B A X T E R , P re sid e n t.
L. S H O W A L T E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.

R . M E Y E R , Jr., C a sh ier.
W . B. C A R T E R , A s s t. C ash ier,

D IR E C T O R S .
V . L . S h o w a lte r,
R o b e rt B ro o k e r.

C. H . B a x te r,
W.
B. C a rte r,
R.
M eyer, Jr„

E S T A B L I S H E D I N 1865.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .$1 0 3 9 ,5 1 1 89
2 4 ,7 4 5 96
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b onds .................
7 ,8 3 6 00
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtificates o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r saving- c e rtifs.
an d th r ift s t a m p s .. .
1 2 6 ,4 2 3 00
S to c k s and oth e r se 4 ,0 0 0 00
c u r i t i e s .............................
5 ,2 5 0 00
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er real e sta te ow n ed
1 6 ,7 5 0 00
Due from approved re2 4 2 ,3 3 6 92
se rve b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
3 ,2 4 6 51
2 ,2 2 5 00
G old c o i n .............................
3 ,2 0 0 90
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and national curren cy ..................................
3 ,6 1 5 00
208 49
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,4 7 9 ,3 4 9

$50,000 00
10,000 00

Capital stock paid in . . .
Surplus fund ............
less
Undivided
profits,
current expenses and
ta x e s p aid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
Dem and
certificates o f
d e p o sit ...................
Tim a certificates o f dep o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits . .
Certified ch e ck s . .
outCashier’ s
checks
s t a n d i n g .................

67

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

3 ,5 1 6

04

3 9 1 ,3 7 9 12
5 5 ,5 6 9

36

9 6 0 ,5 3 7 76
997 50
4 ,8 2 2 78
2 ,5 2 7 11

$ 1 ,4 7 9 ,3 4 9

67

Laona— Laona State Bank.
J.

A L B E R T G R A U M A N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

L.

STAU BEY,

C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . C rum er,

J. L. D ennee.
E S T A B L I S H E D F E B R U A R Y 5, 1914.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved re se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ......................^ .
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
C u sto m e r s’ lib e r ty bond
ac c o u n t ...........................
T o t a l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 9 3 ,0 1 6 82
641 43

6 , 2 0 0 00

1 0 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,0 00 3 f
9 ,0 8 8

Of

189 44
5 00
137 84

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S urplus fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, .le s s
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s
o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................
N o te s and b ills r e d is cou n ted .............................

$1 0 ,0 0 0
3 ,0 0 0

00
00

1 ,4 5 7

71

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

$ 1 3 0 ,5 0 3

4 0 ,2 8 0 57
1 4 ,7 9 9
4 9 ,0 3 9

85
87

425 01
1 1 ,5 0 0 00

3 ,9 2 1 00
157 50
15 05
2 ,1 3 0 00
$ 1 3 0 ,5 0 3

01

01

R E P O R T S OP ST A T E B A N K S

219

Larsen— Farmers State Bank.
J. D. H O U G H , P re sid e n t.
E L IA S S O R E N S O N , V ic e

W . K . P O R T E R , C ashier.
P resid en t.

J. D. H o u g h ,
W . K . P o rte r,
C h a rle s C h ristia n so n ,
J u liu s M . J oh n son ,

D IR E C T O R S .
E lia s Soren son ,
C h a rle s L ea,
A u g u s t R u b b ert.
«

E S T A B L IS H E D

D E C E M B E R 19, 1914.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtiflc a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m approved, re se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilver c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 7 8 ,3 3 5

60

2 ,0 0 0 00

1 6 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,4 6 0 00
1 ,9 1 4 00
3 9 ,6 0 6 60
5 ,0 4 6 33

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d ep osit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
2 ,9 2 1 95
3 9 ,0 0 7

38

1 ,2 3 0 00
8 0 ,9 1 6 79
1 3 ,8 2 4 24

182 93
110 00
1 ,0 3 5 95
1 ,0 0 3 00
205 95
$ 1 4 8 ,4 0 0 36

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

$ 1 4 8 ,4 0 0 36

LaValle— State Bank of LaValle.
H.
E. P A D D O C K , P re sid e n t.
H A R R Y T H O R N T O N , C a sh ier.
C H A S . P E A R S O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
E L S I E T H O R N T O N , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H . E. P ad d o ck ,
J. W . H y s lo p ,
C h a rle s P e arson ,
H a r r y T h o rn to n .
E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 27, 1902.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 29, 1903.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtiflca te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D u e fro m ap p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y . . . . . . . .................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 3 1 2 ,8 1 4 55
2 ,9 7 0 94

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

$ 4 5 0 ,8 2 5 83


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C a p ita l s to c k paid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
1 ,4 0 0 •00
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k s— d e p osits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
1 4 ,2 5 0 00
2 ,6 2 5 00 T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
2 ,3 0 0 00

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,4 1 5 10
372 88
1 0 3 ,9 1 8 59
3 2 3 ,1 1 9 26

1 0 4 ,5 7 4 89
1 ,0 4 0 74
4 ,2 5 5 00
898 35
3 ,6 1 4 00
82 36
T o t a l ........................

$ 4 5 0 ,8 2 5 83

220

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

Lebanon— Lebanon State Bank.
A. H . R A E T H B R , P re sid e n t.
E D . G O E T S C H , V ic e P re sid e n t.
E U G . M O L D E N H A U E R , V ic e P res.

E. H . W I N T E R , C a sh ier.
M R S. W A L D A W I N T E R , A s s t. C ash.

D IR E C T O R S .
Ed. G o e tsc h ,
C. F . U tte c k ,
L. C. K r u g e r ,
John B ren d em u eh l,
H e n r y S c h m itt,
E u g . M old e n h au e r.
A u g u s t H . R a e th e r,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 10, 1914.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b illt le i« .

L oan s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S ta te,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
an d cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 2 0 5 ,5 3 6 50
93 39

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

$ 2 8 0 ,3 2 5 78

1 7 ,2 0 2 50

3 ,3 4 1 08
2 ,9 0 0 00
1 ,9 9 5 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d .....................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . ...............
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits ............

$1 0 ,0 0 0

00

4 ,0 0 0

00

5 ,4 2 9 58
48 00
4 6 ,8 2 6

12

2 0 9 ,3 2 9 02
4 ,6 9 3 06

3 9 ,2 3 4 85
3 ,5 0 2 06
904 98
20 00
732 80
4 ,7 0 0 00
162 62
T o ta l .........................

$ 2 80,325 78

Lena— Farmers and Merchants Bank.
L. W . B R A Z E A U , P re sid e n t.
O. W . B R A Z E A U , C a sh ier.
D E N N I S D IO N N E , V ic e P re sid e n t.
L. M. B R A Z E A U , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. N. B a s s e tt,
D en n is D io n n e,
L. W . B r a ze a u ,
E a r l D io n n e.
O.
W . B ra ze a u ,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 6, 1903.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
ce rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth er s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D u e fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n ........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 1 8 5 ,3 1 7 93
429 31

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

$ 3 3 6 ,0 0 8 71


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

9 6 ,5 9 1 36
5 ,6 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 8 ,0 3 5 23
8 ,9 4 8 57

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ....................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,4 0 8 98
1 8 4 ,4 9 4 91
8 7 ,2 7 3 33
1 4 ,4 0 4 30
3 ,4 2 7 19
2 5 ,0 0 0 00

1 ,1 8 9 54
510 00
386 75
5 ,4 6 3 00
37 02
T o t a l ........................

$ 3 3 6 ,0 0 8 71

R E P O R T S OF STATE B AN K S

221

Leopolis— Leopolis State Bank
P.
J. H E U I L , P re sid e n t.
A. F. S C H W A R T Z , V ic e P re sid e n t.

P.
J. H e u il.
C. O. F e lts ,
R u d K u c k o d o r f,
A . F . S c h w a rtz ,

A . N. B R U M E R , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W e n c e l R u tte ,
F . W . Sch m u th ,
E a r n e s t R u h h u sh .

E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 13, 1919.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............

L iu I t ilitie s .

$ 1 2 ,7 3 5 11
2 ,3 9 5 38
2', 248 14
1 0 ,0 0 2
2 ,5 0 5
2
226

84
91
50
45

C a p ita l sto c k paid in . .
C o n tin g e n t f u n d ............
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
C a sh ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................

00

371 88
1 4 ,9 5 2 79
6 ,7 4 7 77
1 ,5 4 0 39

3 ,4 7 8 00
13 62
4 88
$ 3 3 ,6 1 2 83

T o ta l

$ 10,000

$ 3 3 ,6 1 2 83

T o ta l

Lewis— Lewis State Bank.
K E T I D S T E N S R U D , P re sid e n t.
T H O R E B J O R N S O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

John L a n g e n b a c h ,
W ilf r e d O w en s,
K e til S tensrud,

E R N E S T S. S T E N S R U D , C a sh ier.
A L F . C. C A R L S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
T h o re B jo rn so n ,
F r a n k B jo r k m a n .

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H

28, 1914.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin ...........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l .........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 8 9 ,1 7 8 17
154 57

6 ,5 3 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,7 8 7 00
8 ,7 6 3

14

8 36
225 00
250 35

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ....................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified ch e ck s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 2 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,9 7 6 40
5 9 ,5 6 5 24
2 2 ,3 4 6 51
1 1 ,5 2 8 14
88 00
1 ,8 9 5

59

1 ,9 8 6 00
17 29
$ 1 1 3 ,3 9 9

88

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

$ 1 1 3 ,3 9 9 88

222

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

Limeridge— The State Bank of Limeridge.
F.
R.

H . P A U L S , P re sid e n t.
L . B O H N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

O. L. B O H N , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R.
L. B ohn,
F . H . P a u ls,
F.
W . G o o d e ll,
T. A . W arren .
P e te r B od en d ein ,
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 4, 1909.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e c u r i t i e s .............................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p rove d re se rve b a n k s .................
D u e fr o m oth e r b a n k s .
C n ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ..........

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 8 8 ,2 3 4 55
1 ,0 2 3 16

1 1 ,8 9 8

20 00
2 ,6 0 0 00
2 ,0 2 9 00

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,7 0 0 00
3 ,8 1 2 77
3 9 ,6 6 1 29
1 9 6 ,5 2 5

66

4 3 ,5 1 5 63
470 00
13 76
215 00
465 85
3 ,1 6 3 00
50 96
$ 2 5 3 ,6 9 9

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

81

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................

72

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

$ 2 5 3 ,6 9 9 72

Linden— Bank of Linden.
J O H N H A R K E R , P re sid e n t.
W M . M . S M IT H , V ic e P re sid e n t.

W . B. K I R K P A T R I C K , C a sh ier.
H . W . S P R I N G E R ,'A s s t . C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
S.
B. H a r k e r ,
H.
John H a r k e r ,
W.
W m . M . Sm ith .
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H
Incorporated as a State B ank

W . S p rin g e r,
B. K ir k p a tr ic k .
1. 1903.
July 22, 1903.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ......................
S ta te,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s of in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
E x p e n se a c c o u n t ............
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 2 7 ,8 2 6 03
688 01
2 8 ,5 0 0 00

2 4 ,6 1 4 00
4 ,6 2 5 Of
2 ,0 1 5 00
2 5 ,9 4 8

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u t­
sta n d in g ............
N o te s an d b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted .....................

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 9 ,6 6 3

58

1 7 2 ,5 5 8 48
1 0 ,5 9 7 50
9 ,6 9 5

65

5 ,0 0 0

00

41

9 ,6 5 7 63
115 00
1 ,4 0 6 55
5 ,6 2 4 Of'
273 6"
221 9?
$ 3 3 1 ,5 1 5 21

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

$ 3 3 1 ,5 1 5 21

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

223

Little Chute— Bank of Little Chute.
H. J. V E R S T E G E N , P re s id e n t.
P. A. G L O U D E M A N S , C ash ier.
W M . G E E N E N , V ic e P re s id e n t.
H. J. S T A R K , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H. J . V e r s te g e n ,
H en ry W eye n b e rg ,
W m . G een en ,
J. H. D o y le .
P. A. G lo u d e m a n s ,
E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 7, 1906.

Statement November 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 2 3 2 ,4 2 8 95
261 38

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

$ 3 3 8 ,3 2 6 96

5 5 ,1 5 5 00

7 ,7 5 0 00
3 ,9 8 5 00
950 00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid in . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 4 ,2 3 8

52

5 8 ,9 2 8

60

1 8 2 ,8 5 4 82
4 7 ,3 0 5 02

2 9 ,8 4 8 37
899 25
40 00
786 35
6 ,1 2 4 00
98 66
T o t a l ........................

$ 3 3 8 ,3 2 6

96

Livingston— Livingston State Bank.
A R C H . E. R U N D E L L , P re s id e n t.
L. W . L O Y , Vice" P re sid e n t.

F R E D W . S T E P H E N S , C ash ier.
G R E T A V. R IC H A R D S , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
F. B. R u n d e ll,
C. A. I v e rs o n ,
T. E. G r is w o ld ,

J. P. R u n d e ll,
A r ch . E. R u n d e ll,
A lb e r t E. R u n d e ll,
T. J. W a ts o n ,
A . R . B id d ick ,
C. A. F a w c e tt ,
L. W . L o y .
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 11, 1902.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A ugu st 14, 1903.

Statement N o vem to 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
ca te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fr o m oth e r b a n k s .
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 3 4 7 ,9 7 0 83
2 ,1 0 5 07
1 ,0 0 0 00

7 ,9 8 5 00
9 ,3 9 8 71
2 ,5 0 0 00
5 7 ,9 4 9 70
2 ,3 4 2 33

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p osit ............
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
B ills p a y a b le ...................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,9 8 5 53
1 8 1 ,0 4 4 01
2 ,5 3 1

68

2 1 1 ,7 3 0 04
5 ,0 0 0 00

2 ,6 8 1 47
220 00
954 50
5 ,8 3 2 00
351 65
$ 4 4 1 ,2 9 1 26

T o ta l

$441,291. 26

REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF BANKING

224

Lodi— State Bank of Lodi.
A. R. R E Y N O L D S , P re sid e n t.
W . G R O V E S . V ic e P re sid e n t.

W . A . C A L D O W , C a sh ier.
JO B F . C O L L IN , A s s t. C a sh ier.

F.

A . R . R e y n o ld s,
E lla F o ls o m .

F.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . A . G ald ow ,
D a is y D. M a c M illa n .

W . G roves,
E S T A B L IS H E D

N O V E M B E R 29. 1897.

Statement November 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s of in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 4 8 4 ,4 0 0 93
1 ,8 6 5 05
3 ,0 0 0 00

5 0 ,7 2 4 18
4 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,5 0 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rp lu s fund ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
B ills p a y a b le ....................

8 ,4 9 4 92
1 5 3 ,8 4 9

24

4 1 4 ,4 6 6 67
1 4 ,1 0 0 62
1 6 ,0 0 0 00

8 5 ,6 5 0 59
841 86
1 ,6 3 2 50
1 ,6 2 6 .70
4 ,3 5 8 00
311 64
$ 6 4 0 ,4 1 1 45

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

$ 6 4 0 ,4 1 1

45

Lodi— The Columbia Bank.
R O B T . C A L D W E L L , P re sid e n t.
H. S. C A L D W E L L , V ic e P re sid e n t.

T.
F . R e y n o ld s,
M . L. T h o m a s,
R o b e r t C a ld w e ll,
B.
E . G asse r,

T. F . R E Y N O L D S , C ashier.
M. L. T H O M A S , A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . F . B r e u n ig ,
H . S. C a ld w e ll,
M. C. - B a rth o lo m e w .

E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 14, 1906.

Statement November 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d re se rv e b a n k s .................
Gold c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 1 9 8 ,7 8 7 61
603 80

T o ta l ........................

$ 2 6 0 ,6 4 5 05


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

2 ,8 5 3 32
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,2 5 7 00
4 1 ,4 9 4 26
120 00
304 10
9 ,1 0 3 00
121 96

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
N o te s and b ills re d is cou n ted ...........................
T o t a l ........................

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,3 9 3

70

6 6 ,2 0 2

21

1 6 1 ,3 9 7 44
1 ,6 5 1 70
3 ,0 0 0

00

$ 2 6 0 ,6 4 5 05

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

225

Loganville-—Loganville State Bank.
W I L L I A M R IG G E R T , P re sid e n t.
C. K O E N IG , Vice President.

J O H N R IG G E R T , C a sh ie r.
C O N R A D G. W I E S L E R ,
A s s t . C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W illia m R ig g e r t,
John R ig g e r t.
C. K o e n ig ,
E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 1, 1915.

Statement November 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S ta te,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
cate s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
.
re n c y ................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
V ic to r y lo a n bond in ­
s ta llm e n ts unpaid . . .

$ 2 5 5 ,7 6 3 53
1 ,7 2 6 30

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

$ 3 5 7 ,4 4 6 71

1 0 ,3 7 5 00

1 0 ,8 0 0 00
1 ,2 4 1 00
5 9 ,6 3 1 24
9 ,9 2 0 59

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ------ ' . ................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
4 ,6 5 3 78
7 4 ,5 8 6

94

2 5 7 ,8 7 0 02
4 ,8 5 0 40
1 ,9 8 5 57

179 07
940 00
762 05
5 ,7 3 6 00
71 93
300 00
T o t a l ........................

$ 3 5 7 ,4 4 6 71

Lomira— Lomira State Bank.
P E T E R W O L F , P re sid e n t.
R O B E R T W A E H L E R , V ic e P re s.

L O U IS H . Z A U N , C a sh ier.
L. L . Z A U N , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P e te r W o l f ,
L o u is L. Z au n ,
R o b e r t W a e h le r .
W ill ia m B o ile r.
L. H . Zau n,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 26, 1903.

Statement November 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b H itle n .

L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi• c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .....................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 1 8 0 ,3 1 1 25
3 ,0 4 3 08

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

$ 2 8 1 ,5 5 3 34

15— B.


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5 7 ,2 1 5

00

1 ,9 2 5 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
1 ,7 0 0 00
3 0 ,4 7 9

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 4 3 54
8 4 ,2 6 0

44

1 6 2 ,6 5 9 84
6 ,0 8 9 52

68

8 56
1 ,4 7 2 50
1 ,3 8 1 00
2 ,7 6 0 00
57 27
T o t a l ........................

$ 2 8 1 ,5 5 3 34

226

REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF BANKING

Lone Rock— Farmers Bank.
H. A . B R A C E , C a sh ier.

L. O. B R A I N A R D , P re sid e n t.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. F . B race.

L. O. B r a in a rd ,
H. A . B ra ce ,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R , 1900.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u gu st 12, 1903.

Statement November 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L oans and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e h a n k s .................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
house ................................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 2 2 2 ,8 7 8 4fi
3 ,3 8 5 67

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

$ 2 6 9 ,7 5 2 66

2 1 ,1 0 0 00
2 ,1 6 2 25
1 6 ,3 3 9

69

323 81
71 40

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,4 1 5 46
1 0 7 ,1 4 5 47
1 3 8 ,8 9 2 19
4 ,2 9 9 54

3 ,3 0 8 00
183 38
T o ta l ........................

$ 2 6 9 ,7 5 2 66

Lone Rock— State Bank of Lone Rock.
W A L T E R J. D A V IS . P re sid e n t.
J O H N C. C O D Y . C ash ier.
F R A N K T. F L A N N E R Y , V ic e P res. W . H . S C H L O E M E R , A s s t. C ashier.
W a lt e r J. D a v is,
F r a n k T. F la n n e r y ,
John C. C ody,
L . J. E a g a n ,

D IR E C T O R S .
S. S. M a x w e ll,
P. L. H u d son ,
T h o s. W . K in g .

E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 10, 1919.

Statement November 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts ........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. ce rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.

$ 2 8 ,3 2 5 99
27 61
1 1 .0 0 0 00

8 ,6 1 5 00
2 ,0 1 6 06

D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
an d cash i t e m s ............
S ilv e r coin ..........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c y .................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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1 5 ,1 0 1

05

C a p ita l s to c k paid in . .
U ndivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits subje c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p o sit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u tsta n d in g ...........................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0

00

1 ,6 4 5

21

2 8 ,4 6 2 61
1 9 ,7 1 8 06
392 40
1 ,6 7 4

51

25 27
591 60
1 ,1 6 0 00
30 21
$ 6 6 ,8 9 2 79

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

$ 6 6 ,8 9 2 79

REPORTS OF STATE BANKS

227

Loyal— Citizens State Bank of Loyal.
C.
B.

H . B R O W N , P re sid e n t.
H . H A S L E T T , C a sh ier.
YV. C O L B Y , V ic e P re sid e n t.
V. C. R IC H A R D S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C.
H . B ro w n ,
Joe B e r tz,
H . H . C h risto ffe rso n ,
C. B. E sse lm a n ,
W m . L e n lin g ,
A . D a v e l,
F.
W . D ra p er,
B. W . C o lb y.
H . H a s le tt,
E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 15, 1909.

Statement November 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ............ s ............
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
an d cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U . S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y .............................._. .
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . ’ . .
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............

$ 4 2 3 ,9 4 3 25
113 88

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

$ 6 0 2 ,6 4 6 92

2 ,0 0 0 00

3 9 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
8 ,0 0 0
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
5 ,8 4 1
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...
2 3 7 ,5 9 9
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
2 8 9 ,9 4 0
3 4 ,2 6 5
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ..........
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
2 ,0 0 0

00
00
64
69
40
19
00

1 2 2 ,6 9 0 51
6 ,0 7 5 29
199 85
480 00
775 40
2 ,7 2 3 00
139 25
6 49
T o t a l ........................

$ 6 0 2 ,6 4 6 92

Loyal— The Loyal State Bank.
R . M. J E N K S , Cashier.
A. A . G R A V E S , P re sid e n t.
B. C H R IS T M A N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
J. R . T H O M A S , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . A . G ra v e s,
W m . A yer,
B. C h ristm a n ,
R . M. J en k s,
John B e a v e r,
F r a n k Shupe,
T h o m a s F ro e b a ,
O tto W e y h m ille r , Sr.
E S T A B L IS H E D J U N E 15, 1903.

Statement November 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
sa v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m an p roved r e ­
s e rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n ...................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............

$ 2 6 1 ,1 6 2 85
787 93

T o ta l ........................

$ 3 2 1 ,8 2 8 55


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4 ,2 0 0 00

1 4 ,2 5 0 00
7 ,5 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 4 ,5 9 8 28
1 ,6 6 3 09

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
co u n ted ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ....................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,9 9 9

22

1 3 5 ,0 8 9

15

1 1 1 ,8 2 2 71
2 2 ,3 2 2 47
5 ,5 9 5 00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00

2 ,9 8 7 4?
510 .00
1 ,5 4 0 75
2 ,4 4 4 00
84 22
100 00
T o ta l ........................

$ 3 2 1 ,8 2 8 55

228

REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF BANKING

Luck— Farmers & Merchants Savings Bank.
H A R R Y D. B A K E R , P re s id e n t.
AN TON L A U R S E N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

A . J. K R O K E N , C ash ier.
C. R. T H Y E , A s s t. C a sh ier.

N IE L S S O R E N S O N , 2nd V ic e Pres.

H a r r y D. B a k e r ,
J acob A n d e rse n ,
J o rg e n P e te rse n ,

D IR E C T O R S .
John A k er,
A n to n L a u rse n ,
N iels S oren son .

M a riu s D u e h o lm .
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 19, 1916.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
S to c k s and oth er s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th e r re al e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s ...........
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ...................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
L ib e r ty lo an a c c o u n t ..
T h r ift, W . S. S. and r e v ­
enue s ta m p s ...............
T o t a l ....... ................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 0 0 ,9 6 0 17
456 59

1 2 ,7 0 0 00
25
5 ,0 0 0
3 ,7 3 0
1 ,0 0 0

00
00
44
00

6 ,9 5 7 45

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k — d e p o sits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtific a te s ' o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ...................

$20,000 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 9 2 21
280 00
3 8 ,1 2 8 86
1 0 ,9 1 3 52
3 6 ,7 3 9 13
2 ,9 5 8 42
2 3 ,7 0 0 00

5 ,0 9 2 18
40 00
667 40
1 ,7 0 0 00
78 26
441 41
463 24
T o t a l ........................

$ 1 3 9 ,3 1 2 14

$ 1 3 9 ,3 1 2 14

Luck— State Bank of Luck.
J E N S S. P E D E R S E N ,
P re sid e n t.
H.
F . J E N S E N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
C. P. A . J E N S E N , 2nd V ic e P res.
N E L S E D L IN A , 3rd V ic e P re sid e n t.

P e d e r N ie lse n ,
L a u r it z P e te r s o n ,
N e ls E d lin g ,
J. P. P eterson ,
Wm.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. P. A. J en sen ,
Jen s S. P e d ersen ,
A lfr e d S w e rk s tro m
H . F . J ensen.

E S T A B L IS H E D IN 1901.
In corp orated as a State B ank A u gu st 27, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

on

other banks

and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................

U. S. and national cu r-

$ 3 0 4 ,2 9 8 49
1 ,5 9 4 60

1 6 .1 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 O'"
8 ,2 9 5 0 '
5 4 ,3 3 1

46

4 ,7 7 8 15
235 00
558 75

ren ev ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
C u s to m e r s ’ v ic to r y bond
a c c o u n t .............................

5 ,1 9 1 00
127 96

T o ta l . . ............... . •

$ 4 0 6 ,2 7 0 41


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C. P E D E R S E N , C ash ier.
H . L I T T L E , A s s t. C a sh ier.

J ohnson,

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a fts . . . .,.................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
"Furniture and fix tu re s.
O+her real e sta te ow ned
Due from ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................

C hecks

C.
E.

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o s its
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates o f d e­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................

$25,000 00
5,000 00
4 ,5 6 2 05
5 ,8 4 0 00
1 2 3 ,1 2 5 87
1 2 2 ,0 9 1 48
1 0 8 ,0 8 9 21
1 2 ,5 6 1

80

760 00
T o ta l ........................

$ 4 0 6 ,2 7 0 41

229

R E PO R TS OF STATE B A N K S

Luxemburg— Bank of Luxemburg.
A R T . C. B A Z L E N , Cashier.
L. A L B E R T K A R E L , President.
D IR E C T O R S .
O liver D ebauch,
L . A lbert K arel,
C h a rle s L. P e te rs,
A ugu st Spitzer,
H e c to r B on ch er,
H e n r y Jadin.

L a w re n c e R u e c k l,
M ik e A re n d t,
G. H . M oede,

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 16, 1902.
In corporated as a State B an k A u gu st 29, 1903.

Statement November 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................

State,

m unicipal

and

oth e r b onds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se . . . . . . .
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
s e rv e b a n k s .................

Checks

on

other

$ 5 6 1 ,9 7 7 73
8 ,5 2 0 66
2 9 4 ,4 5 0 00

C apital stock paid in . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d

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

U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expen ses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................

6 5 ,7 3 9 75
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00

T im e certificates o f d e­
p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
B ills p a y a b le ...................

$50,000 00
8 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,4 4 3 12
1 9 1 ,6 8 8 58
7 0 6 ,9 9 5 47
1 0 ,5 2 7 23
5 0 ,0 0 0 00

5 1 ,3 5 0 03

banks

484 27
3 ,9 4 0 00
1 ,1 1 3 35

and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................

U. S. and nation al cu r­

6 ,7 8 4 00
294 61

re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,0 1 9 ,6 5 4 40

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,0 1 9 ,6 5 4

40

Lyndon Station— Lyndon State Bank.
D. J. P U F F E R , P resident.
R. H. L A A B S , V ice President.
D. J. P uffer,
R . H. L aabs,
M. F. C onw ay,

W . W . S M IT H , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
T. S. L aw ler,
R. Jirsa,
G. E. Eakins.

J. E. C o stig a n ,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 6, 1912.

Statement November 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................

State,

m unicipal

and

oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
sa v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............

D ue fro m

ap p roved

se rv e b a n k s

C hecks

on

re ­

........

other

banks

and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...................

U. S. and nation al cu r­

$ 1 3 0 ,4 7 7 79
64 21
6 9 ,3 7 2 50

ta x e s paid ............

Individu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
7 ,8 0 0 00
2 , 0 0 0 00
2 9 ,1 4 2 96

T im e certificates o f d e­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$10,000 00

2,500 00

3 ,1 8 5 49
3 8 ,2 6 3 23
1 8 0 ,1 8 0 05
4 ,8 3 3 39
3 ,3 9 4 08

330 77

10 00
328 60

re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

2 ,6 8 2 00
144 41

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

$ 2 4 2 ,3 5 6 24


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C apital stock paid in . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, les3
current expenses and

T o ta l

$ 2 4 2 ,3 5 6 24

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REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Lyons— Lyons State Bank.
G EO. S. M A L S C H , President.
W I L B U R G. W E E K S , Cashier.
T H E O . H . S P IE G E L H O F F , V ice Pres.
P E A R L U R B E L E , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W ilb u r G. W e e k s ,
T. H . Spiegelhoff,
G. S. M alsch,
Chas. T. Schinke,
H . J. Banker,
Jos. G. Held.
E d ga r R. W e e k s,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 20, 1909.

Statement November 17. 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U . S. and national cur­
re n c y .................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l .........................

$ 1 0 6 ,2 5 9 43
299 58
6 ,0 0 5

00

8 ,7 5 4 41
1 ,9 8 0 00
2 ,1 6 5 55
2 0 ,5 2 3

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Dem and
certificates of
d e p osit .............................

$10,000 00
5,000 00
3 ,2 1 7

06

5 5 ,2 3 2

89

7 7 ,9 8 9

84

17

1 ,2 0 7 22
15 00
706 45
3 ,3 2 6 00
197 98
$1 5 1 ,4 3 9 79

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

$ 1 5 1 ,4 3 9 79

MacFarland— MacFarland State Bank.
P. E. B R IC K S O N , President.
H O M E R L, V I C K , C ashier.
J O H N M. A N D E R S O N , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
John M . Anderson,
H en ry C. Kleine,
P. E. Brickson,
M. D. Larson,
O. T. Olson,
John Hölscher,
H o m e r L. V ic k ,
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 24, 1905.

Statement November 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house . . .............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
D ue from approved re­
se rve b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin . . . .;.................
U. S. and national cur­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
L ib e r ty lo an p a y m e n ts
W a r s a v in g s s t a m p s ..
C e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d ­
n ess ....................................
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 3 7 ,5 0 6 57
1 ,1 5 4 '4 0
2 ,4 0 7 35

1 5 ,7 9 0 61
2 ,7 0 0 00
2 ,4 1 5 00

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . .............
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S to c k h o ld e rs ’
lib e r ty
bond ac c o u n ts ............

$15,000 00
8,500 00
3 ,9 2 6 05
6 2 ,4 3 6

81

9 4 ,1 0 1 27
3 ,0 0 0 00

1 6 ,4 8 5 93
401 00
65 00
842 80
261
264
1 ,6 3 0
40

00
11
00
28

5 ,0 0 0

00

$ 1 8 6 ,9 6 4 13

T o ta l

$ 1 8 6 ,9 6 4

13

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REPORTS OF STATE BANKS

Madison— The American Exchange Bank.
F.
W . S U H R , P resident.
JO H N S U H R , V ice P resident.

E D M O N D SU H R , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F.
W . Suhr,
E dm on d Suhr.
John Suhr,
E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 19, 1871.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k M ay 26, 1885.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................

State,

m unicipal

and

oth er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from ap p roved re ­
se rve b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .

C hecks

on

other
fo r

6 1 ,6 8 9

87

C apital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................

$50,000 00
10 ,000 00
2 3 ,4 2 6 90

Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k .................
6 6 ,5 3 7 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 2 2 ,6 4 7 88
518 45

banks

an d cash it e m s ............

E x ch an ges

$ 7 6 8 ,5 4 1 10
1 ,0 1 2 94

3 0 9 ,5 9 0 88

T im e certificates o f de­
p o sit ...........
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Certified c h e c k s ..............
Cashier’s
checks
ou t­
sta n d in g ...........................

5 1 3 ,3 5 4 81
1 5 2 ,4 7 2 94
1 5 ,9 7 2 03
300 00

2 ,5 2 5 90

clearin g

h o u se .......................
G old coin . . ......................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................

9 ,7 8 5 94
1 4 ,4 1 5 00
3 ,1 8 4 75

U. S. and nation al cu r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . . .

2 2 ,8 9 9 00
359 73

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,0 7 5 ,1 1 7 56

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,0 7 5 ,1 1 7 56

Madison— Bank of the Commonwealth.
A. W . T R E S S L E R , P resident.
C. R . A C L E Y , Cashier.
Z O L A B A L D W IN , V ice P resident.
D IR E C T O R S .
A. W . T ressler,
T h eod ore H oeveler,
J. F. B aker,
F r a n k J. d w e l l ,
Z o la B aldw in,
G eorge C. R iley,
A. B. H all,
J- C. Schubert,
F. B. H atfield,
F ra n k B. W yn n e.
C. R. A cley,

’ ESTABLISH ED NOVEM BER 20, 1915.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.

R e so u rc e ».
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ................. ..

State,

m unicipal

and

o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed

Due fro m

ap p roved

se rv e b a n k s

C hecks

on

3 ,5 3 0

00

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

C apital stock paid in . . .
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid . . . ...............
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . .

5 7 ,3 9 1

39

1 ,6 9 7

62

$50,000 00
2 ,4 2 2 42

In d ividu al deposits, su b­
D em and

2 7 ,6 8 0 45
5 ,1 9 0 24
2 ,1 4 5 92

re ­

d e p o sit

certificates

1 8 6 ,8 2 3 92

of

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

T im e certificates o f d e­

6 3 ,9 3 7 71

10,000 00

p o sit ................... ..............
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .

2 6 ,1 1 6 99
540 00

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

$ 3 3 9 ,8 4 1 04

other banks

and cash i t e m s ............

E x ch a n ges

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 2 4 ,4 9 7 30
887

fo r

clearin g

h o u se ..............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and nation al cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
Ite m s in t r a n s it ............
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

8 ,2 6 6 98
477 50
1 ,2 3 0 70
7 ,1 3 1
214
50
328

00
17
00
90

$ 3 3 9 ,8 4 1 04

232

REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF BANKING

Madison— Bank of Wisconsin.
JO S E P H M. B O Y D , P resident.
H. C. JA M IE SO N , C ash ier.
H. L. R U S S E L L , V ice P resident.
B. R. L ’H O M M E D IE U , A sst. Cashier.
F R A N K K E S S E N IC H , 2nd V ic e Pres.
C H A S . O’N E IL L , V ic e P re sid e n t.

F rank K essenich,
Jos. M . Boyd,
E rnest K arow ,
S. A . Piper,
W . H. Collins,
M. H. Conklin,
Charles O’Neill,
H . C. J am ieson ,

D IR E C T O R S .
P. B. K n ox,
F. W . Cantw ell,
H. L. R ussell,
W. F. P ierstorff,
A. H. K ay ser,
W . J. T eckem eyer,
C. C. Collins.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 1, 1893.

Statement November 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .$ 1 ,8 9 4 ,7 8 7 58
O v e r d r a f t s .........................
4 ,8 5 5 72

State,

m unicipal

o th e r b on d s

and

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

6 7 ,1 0 0 00

U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
Stocks and other secu r­
itie s ...................
.
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
O th er real e sta te o w n ed
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s ..............
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
Checks on oth er banks
and cash i t e m s ............
Exchanges fo r clea rin g
h o u se ................................
Gold c o i n .......................... .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and nation al cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ..........
W a r s a v in g s s t a m p s . . .
L ib e r ty b on d s .................
P re m iu m on b o n d s . . . .
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3 2 8 ,8 0 0 00
1 4 ,1 0 0 00
3 2 ,3 5 0 00
5 1 ,7 5 7 25
3 ,4 7 0 25
2 0 4 ,4 6 6 66
8 ,8 7 0 02
7 ,1 0 3 67

C apital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and

$300,000 00
60,000 00

ta x e s p a i d ......................
2 5 ,7 8 3
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
2 7 7 ,9 0 9
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
271
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ................. 1 ,4 8 0 ,0 9 7

T im e certificates

03
58
00
83

o f de-

- p o sit
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s . . . . . . .
P o s ta l s a v in g s .............
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
R e se rv e d fo r d e p re c ia ­
tion ................. .............. .. .
C u s to m e r s ’ lib e r ty bond
p a y m e n t s ........................

4 4 8 ,3 9 0
1 7 2 ,3 8 8
7 ,2 3 8
1 ,1 9 1
4 ,6 2 8

60
94
44
50
00

5 ,0 0 0 00
4 7 ,6 9 6

50

3 9 ,3 0 7 71
3 ,0 7 2 50
1 6 ,2 2 8 15
7 9 ,8 4 5
383
157
6 9 ,4 0 0
4 ,5 4 0

00
26
60
00
05

$ 2 ,8 3 0 ,5 9 5 42

T o ta l

$ 2 ,8 3 0 ,5 9 5 42

REPORTS

OF

STATE

233

BANKS

Madison— Merchants and Saving’s Bank.
A. M . S T O N D A L L , President.
M. C. H A G A N . C a sh ier.
T.
C. M cC a r t h y , V ice President.
J. R . H A Y E S , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . M . Stondall,
~
H . A . Loftsgordon,
T.
C. M cC arthy,
Geo. H . Breitenbach,
B. P. M autz,
A . C. H oppm ann.
E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 15, 1910.

Statement November 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

j

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...$ 1 ,0 3 8 ,9 3 7
9 ,5 3 0
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
1 1 8 ,6 5 4
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
1 8 0 ,8 2 9
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
6 ,9 2 1
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
O th er re a l e sta te ow ned
6 ,6 0 3
D ue from approved re1 5 1 ,9 8 3
se rv e b a n k s .................
4 ,0 1 7
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
3 ,0 8 9
and cash i t e m s ............
Exchanges for clearing
4 4 ,7 7 8
h o u se ................................
2 ,2 6 4
G old c o i n ................. ............
1 ,8 0 1
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U . S. and national cur2 9 ,4 9 3
r e n c y ..................................
224
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . . .
309
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o t a l ........................ $1

41
27
76

51
03
38
99
92
99
67
50
85

L ia b ilit ie s .

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ............
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ............
Due to b a n k s— d e p osits
Individual deposits, sub je c t to c h e c k . . . .
Tim e certificates of dep o sit .........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits . .
C ertified ch e ck s . .
Cashier’s
checks
outs t a n d i n g .................
N otes and bills rediscou n ted .................
R e se rv e d fo r ta x e s
W a r lo an .................

$50,000 00
25,000 00
3 1 ,0 4 1 33
9 8 ,9 7 2 49
8 2 3 ,8 4 2 77
3 6 2 ,8 2 3 26
1 2 3 ,1 6 9 82
5 ,6 6 6 15
7 ,8 7 2

61

6 5 ,5 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 5 1 65

00
19
61

5 9 9 ,4 4 0 08

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

08

Madison— Randall State Bank.
V IC T O R E. A L B R IG H T , President.
V IC T O R E. A L B R IG H T , A ctin g Cash.
J O H N L . C O L B Y , V ice President.
T H O S , D. W I L L I A M S , 2nd V ice Pres.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . L . Stone,
Chas. M esserschm idt,
John L . C o lb y,
John Jordan,
V ictor E. Albright,
Thos. D. W illiam s,
Stanley W e s t,
-Roy P. H arris.
Geo. H . Schroeder,
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 3, 1914.

Statement November 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ..........,. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ............ .............
U. S. and national cur­
ren cy ........................ . . . .
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
L ib e r ty loan a c c o u n t. .
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 0 4 ,8 6 0 57
126 22
29,-400 00

9 ,0 5 0 00
5 ,7 1 5 06
3 ,2 1 8 59
2 4 ,2 5 2

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . .
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit . . . . .........................
S a v in g s d ep o sits . . . . . . .

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
755 11
9 00
1 0 5 ,3 5 1 75
4 2 ,6 4 7 74
5 ,3 7 3 51

24

147 50
7 50
361 50
2 ,5 2 3 00
94 93
580 00
$ 1 8 0 ,3 3 7 11

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

$ 1 8 0 ,3 3 7 11

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REPORT

O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Madison— Security State Bank.
A. X. M E R Z , P residen t.
H E R M A N J. L O F T S G O R D O N , Cashier
T.
E. C O L E M A N , V ic e P resident.
D IR E C T O R S .
H. A. L o ftsg o rd o n ,
H. J. L oftsg ord on ,
T.
E. Colem an,
C. H. T enney,
W m . D em psey,
A . X . Merz.

ESTABLISHED OCTOBER 2, 1911.
Statement November 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
$ 2 8 0 ,2 0 2 01
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
295 25
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
2 0 ,0 0 0 00
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r saving- c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
4 2 ,8 8 0 63
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
4 ,2 0 3 43
O th er real e sta te ow ned
5 ,0 0 0 00
D ue from approved rese rv e b a n k s .................
1 2 5 ,2 4 4 76
Checks on other banks S '
an d cash ite m s . . . . . .
1 ,4 6 4 25
G old c o i n .............................
137 50
724 80
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and national c u r re n c y ..................................
8 ,6 6 1 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
57 04
T o ta l . . . . ¡ . ............

$ 4 8 8 ,8 7 0 67

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of dep o sit .
...........................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

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

$

10,000

00

5 ,0 0 0

00

8 ,2 3 5 16
12 00
2 6 0 ,7 4 3

95

1 5 8 ,8 5 2 13
4 6 ,0 2 7 43

$ 4 8 8 ,8 7 0

67

Madison— The Capital City Bank.
J. W . H O B B IN S , President.
R.
H. JA C K S O N , V ic e P resident.

J. W . H O B B IN S , Cashier.
W . J. H O B B IN S , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. W . H obbins,
C. J. H ausm ann,
F.
W . Ja cob s,
J. A . M ack.
R.
H. Jackson,
E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 8, 1883.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................

State,

m unicipal

and

oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
Stocks and other securities ....................................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............

D ue

from
on

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

other

6 7 9 ,6 7 1

50

8 ,4 0 0 00
1 6 ,0 0 0 00

fo r

1 8 9 ,7 7 0 68

banks

and cash i t e m s ............

E x ch an ges

1 4 5 ,0 0 0 00

ap p roved r e -

se rve b a n k s

Checks

$ 8 4 9 ,4 1 1 95
2 ,6 4 0 18

clea rin g

h o u se ............. ..................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................

2 ,7 1 9

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ............
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ............
D ue to b a n k s — d e p osits
D iv id e n d s u n p a id .
Individual deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k . . . .
Tim e certificates o f dep o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits . .
Certified ch e ck s . .

$ 2 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0

00
00

1 1 6 ,1 0 9 82
5,431 33
520 00
9 8 4 ,6 1 2

25

5 0 8 ,2 2 8 88
7 4 ,7 2 2 74
1 ,6 7 7 30

25

1 6 ,2 7 9 92
7 ,6 8 2 50
2 ,9 7 7 25

U. S. and nation al cu rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

1 9 ,7 2 0
1 ,0 2 9

T o ta l ........................ $ 1 ,9 4 1 ,3 0 2


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00
09
32

T o t a l ............... . . . .$ 1 ,9 4 1 ,3 0 2

32

REPORTS

235

OP STATE BANKS

Madison—The State Bank.
B.
S. H A N K S , President.
J. H . P A L M E R , V ice President.

E. O. K N B Y , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. O. K n e y ,
J. H . P a lm e r.

L. S. H anks,

E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 1, 1853.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...........
O th er re a l e sta te ow ned
D ue from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
Exchanges for clearing
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin .............................
U . S. and national cur­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 8 3 3 ,9 8 0 50
334 06
4 8 ,8 8 5 00

1 7 6 ,8 3 2 69
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,3 0 0 00

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k s— d e p osits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$100,000

00

50,000 00

2 9 ,7 5 7 47
6 7 ,3 5 4 37
3 2 1 ,1 7 7 74
5 9 3 ,9 9 5 18
1 0 1 ,5 3 8 66

1 1 9 ,8 8 8 01
3 ,1 0 6

19

1 2 ,2 9 5 47
1 6 ,8 1 7 50
3 ,4 1 4 65
2 8 ,6 6 2 00
307 35

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,2 6 3 ,8 2 3

42

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,2 6 3 ,8 2 3

42

Maiden Rock—Bank of Maiden Rock.
C.

P. W . C A R P E N T E R , President.
P. W . Carpenter,
C.
W . Carpenter,

W . C A R P E N T E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
N . M. Carpenter.

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 2, 1892.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 25, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
a b ilitie s .

R esou rces

$ 3 2 9 ,8 1 2
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
495
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
State,
m unicipal
andL
1
6
,9
25
o th e r b onds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
7 ,0 0 0
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
2 ,2 0 0
B a n k in g h ouse ...............
2 ,5 8 5
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
se rv e b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ..............................
S ilv e r coin . ! ......................
U. S. and national cur
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........


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41
60
OC

•oo
00
75

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ...........
Cashier’s
checks
outs t a n d i n g ...........................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00

3,000 00
1 ,8 0 0

54

7 6 ,5 1 3 74
2 8 0 ,1 4 9 17
4 ,1 9 3

48

1 8 ,0 5 1 •82
962 08
180 00
397 00
1 ,7 7 5 00
272 27
$ 3 8 0 ,6 5 6 93

T o ta l . . ....................

$ 3 8 0 ,6 5 6 93

REPORT

236

OP TH E

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Manawa—Farmers State Bank of Manawa.
W . IR V IN E , P resident.
J. C. K IN S M A N , Cashier.
F R. M E R K L J O H N , V ice P resident.
H. H. G E H R K E , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A u g u st Clapps,
W . Irvine,
J. C. K in s m a n ,
F. R . M erkljohn,
J u liu s K r a u s e ,
A rth u r Sturn,
F . J. G eh rk e , Jr.
L. W . E astling,
F. H. G ovetz,
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 6, 1917.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1 9 19.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from a p p roved re­
se rv e b a n k s ..............
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............

E x ch an ges

fo r

$ 1 7 9 ,4 5 5 91
3 ,6 1 3 16
3 ,7 8 1

00

C apital stock paid i n . . .

$25,000 00

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

1 ,4 5 0 00

S u rp lu s fu n d

U ndivided profits,
cu rren t expenses

less
and

ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . .
1 4 ,6 2 6 83
6 ,2 2 9 08
3 ,5 6 7 95

3 ,4 9 8

97

7 9 ,6 6 9 27

T im e certificates o f de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

1 5 2 ,0 9 7 33
9 ,2 8 8 32

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

$ 2 7 1 ,0 0 3 89

5 2 ,6 8 9 38
930 00

clearin g

house ................................
G old c o i n ...................... , . . .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................

2 ,6 9 1 63
420 00
155 15

U. S. and nation al cu r­
re n c y ................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
V ic to r y lo a n a c c o u n t s .

1 ,4 0 8 00
136 27
1 ,2 9 9 53

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

$ 2 7 1 ,0 0 3 89

Manitowoc—The American Exchange Bank.
C H A S. E SC H , P residen t.
H E N R Y G R O T H , C ash ier.
C H A S. G. H A C K E R , V ice P resident.
H A R V E Y S C H M ID T , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Chas. E sch,
C. G. H acker,
H en ry Groth,
A . L. H augen.
W m . M. B oenning,
E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 18, 1900.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ................

State,

m unicipal

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 8 7 ,8 3 6 33
1 ,7 3 5 30

C apital stock paid

1 6 0 ,9 0 0 00

U ndivided profits,
current expenses

and

oth e r b onds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and f ix t u r e s .
Due from approved re ­
se rve b a n k s . . . . . . . .
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .......................... .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................

7 2 ,9 5 0 00
1 6 ,3 0 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
3 5 ,1 0 1 98
1 4 ,7 2 6 18
8 ,3 4 2 50
528 70

Su rplu s fu n d

in ...

$30,000 00

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

2 1 ,0 0 0 00

less
and

ta x e s p a i d ........
1 3 ,8 3 6
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...
3 0 4 ,7 4 9

Tim e certificates o f de­
p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ..........
C ertified ch e ck s ............
C a sh ie r’ s ch eck s o u t­
sta n d in g ...................... . .

79
1 ,9 8 8 39
06

179,698 24
1 7 2 ,2 7 2 21
1 ,5 1 6 05
1 ,6 5 0 00

U. S. and nation al cu r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . . .
T o ta l


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2 4 ,5 2 1 00
268 75
$ 7 2 6 ,7 1 0 74

T o ta l

$ 7 2 6 ,7 1 0 74

R E P O R T S 'O F S T A T E

237

BANKS

Manitowoc— Manitowoc Savings Bank.
E D W IN S C H U E T T E , Cashier.
H E N R Y D E T JE N , A sst. Cashier.

JO H N S C H U E T T E , P resident.
L O U IS S C H U E T T E , V ice President.
John Schuette,
L ou is Schuette,

D IR E C T O R S .
E d w in Schuette.
E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L 7, 1884.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . . $ 2 ,4 1 2 ,2 7 1 70
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
1 9 ,1 4 8 68

State,

m unicipal

and

oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er real e sta te ow n ed
Due from ap p roved re ­
se rv e b a n k s .............. .
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .

Checks

on

other

6 0 5 ,3 3 2

88

C apital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits, less

current

expenses

and

ta x e s -p a id ......................

$ 2 0 0 , 0 0 0 00
60, 000 00
71, ,793 36

,,105' 69
D u e to b a n k s— d ep osits
Individual deposits, su b­
63
1
,8
2
3
,,732
je c t to c h e c k ................
T im e certificates o f de­
1

1 7 6 ,7 0 3
2 5 ,0 0 0
8 ,8 5 7
2 ,2 0 0

01
00
98
00

p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

804,,994 84
1 ,2 3 1 , ,850 54

6 7 7 ,9 6 7 93
3 1 ,0 5 8 39

banks

and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n .......................... .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................

1 4 5 ,7 7 7 14
1 0 ,1 8 2 50
9 ,0 5 2 45

U. S. and nation al cu r­
r e n c y .................

69,356 00

N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .

568 40

T o t a l ........................ $ 4 ,1 9 3 ,4 7 7

06

T o t a l ........................ $ 4 ,1 9 3 ,4 7 7 06

Maplewood—State Bank of Maplewood.
JOS. U L L S P E R G E R , P re s id e n t.
F E R D IN A N D B A B L E R , V ic e P re s.
Jos. U lls p e r g e r ,
J o h n F e lle r .
F e rd in a n d B a b le r ,
J o h n C. M u rp h y ,

F A B IA N R E IN C E , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J o h n D e ttm a n ,
F a b ia n R ein ce,
Jos. L. B o u ck e .

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 19, 1916.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s an d d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m approved re ­
se rv e b a n k s .................

C hecks

on

other banks

and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin . . ......................

U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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$ 1 4 0 ,6 7 5 50
303 21

C apital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
Undivided
profits, less
current expenses and

1 3 ,3 6 5 40
2 ,2 0 0 00
1 ,5 3 3 22

Ind ividu al deposits, su b­

ta x e s p a i d ......................

1 4 ,5 2 9 51
314 31
1 ,2 9 0 00
1 ,1 7 2 50

je c t to c h e c k .................

$15,000 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,9 8 4 58
3 0 ,2 9 3 18

T im e certificates o f d e­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ........................ .

1 0 1 ,3 4 5 91
2 3 ,8 2 7 13

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

$ 1 7 7 ,4 1 9 97

3 ,4 6 9 17

1 ,9 3 1 00
105 32
$ 1 7 7 ,4 1 9

97

238

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Marathon City—Merchants and Farmers State Bank.
A N T H O N Y V E T T E R , P re sid e n t.
D R . J O S E P H B A R K E R , V ic e P res.

O. W . M c B A R T Y , C a sh ier.
R . E. B A U R , A s s t. C a sh ier.

iftR E C T O R S .
A n th o n y V e tte r ,
•
J acob K n o u f,
Dr. Jos. B a rk e r,
A lb e r t G old ba ch , Jr.,
G eo. B a u m ,
E d w a rd F ro m m .
E. E. L u d w ig ’,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 1, 1919.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. ce rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved re se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue from oth er b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b an k s
and c a sh ite m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n .............................
S liv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

$ 9 4 ,6 4 6 01
40 25
2 ,5 0 0 00

1 ,0 5 0 00
9 ,8 8 7 53
3 ,2 1 7 80

L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n ..
U nd ivid ed p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ............ ..
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
Dem and
certificates of
d ep osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................

$ 4 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 3 9

08

4 9 ,4 0 1 22
2 4 ,9 4 0 35
1 1 ,0 3 5 65
71 60

1 1 ,0 2 8 47
2 ,0 4 4 50
155 22
40 00
194 85
3 ,6 1 0 00
73 27
$ 1 2 8 ,4 8 7 90

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 2 8 ,4 8 7 90

Marathon—The State Bank of Marathon City.
A U G . R I T G E R , P re sid e n t.
JOS. M U S C H IN S K I, V ic e P re sid e n t.
Aug.
G eo.
A . J.
C a rl

G E O . E . R I T G E R , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R itg e r ,
E r n s t R in g le ,
E . R itg e r ,
Jos. M u sc h in sk i,
Sch n eiders,
J. M . V o g e d e s .
H ilb e r,
E S T A B L I S H E D M A R C H 11, 1905.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u r c e s.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi1
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
c u ritie s ................. ............
D ue fr o m ap p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m o th e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

T o ta l


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$ 3 0 8 ,1 3 1 09
10 86

1 1 ,1 0 0 00
3 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 ,6 7 0 13
4 ,6 1 8 59
101 17
610 00
1 ,1 3 0 65

L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . . •
$ 4 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d . . . . . . . . .
3 ,5 0 0
U nd ivid ed p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
7 ,0 5 2
D iv id e n d s unp aid ..........
12
Individual deposits, subje c to c h e c k .................
9 8 ,3 2 0
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d ep osit .............................
2 3 5 ,4 1 5
S a v in g s d e p osits . . . . . . .
4 ,0 3 5
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
1 ,1 4 7
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
1 ,3 0 0

00
00
38
00
10
65
05
13
00

4 ,1 2 5 00
284 82
$ 3 9 0 ,7 8 2 31

T o ta l ........................

$ 3 9 0 ,7 8 2 31

REPORTS

OF STATE

239

BANKS

Maribel—Maribel State Bank.
T H O S . D E W A N E , P re sid e n t.
J. A . K E L L N E R , V ic e P re sid e n t

P A T R I C K J. C A R B E R R Y , C a sh ier.
I. V R U B O L D T , A sst. C a sh ier.

L. H . R A B E N H O R S T , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
P h il B rad y,
T h os. D e w a n e ,
N ic h o la s H e is e r,
J. A . K e lln e r ,
H e r m a n B ru ss.
H . A. D um dey,
M ic h a e l L . K e lln e r ,
„„
E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 20, 1912.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9
L iia b illt le a .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
sa v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and o th e r s e ­
c u ritie s ....................
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m o th e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n ...................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy .................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
P a y m e n ts
on
lib e r ty
b on d s .............
I n te r e s t
on
lib e r ty
b on d s ................................

$ 2 2 1 ,7 4 9 59
214 50

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

$ 3 3 1 ,1 7 2 66

5 3 ,5 0 0 00

1 2 ,7 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,3 6 2 00
1 ,9 6 8 33

C a p ital sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ............
D e m a n d c e rtifica te s of
d e p osit . . . . ...................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
counted . . . ....................
W a r s a v in g s s t a m p s ..

$ 1 2 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00

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

$ 3 3 1 ,1 7 2 66

4 ,4 8 2

73

7 5 ,8 6 8 26
2 2 2 ,7 0 3 54
3 ,0 9 6 74
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
21 39

1 9 ,0 4 5 26
4 ,9 0 8 93
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,9 1 2 50
809 70
4 ,6 6 7 00
164 81
2 ,3 5 6 00
314 04

Marinette—Fanners and Merchants Bank of Marinette.
J
S

E U T K E , P re sid e n t.
L . A . M C A L P IN E , C ashier.
C. M IL L E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.
A . W . J A C K S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
G u sta v J. R e in k e ,
S. C. M ille r,
L . A . M c A lp in e ,
F r a n k E. N o y e s,
J. E. U tk e ,
W . B. Q u in la n .
L. J. E v a n s,
E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 2, 1902.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
cu ritie s .............................
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . . . .
O th er real e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
serve b a n k s .................
D u e fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
and c a sh it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ......................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 4 1 0 ,8 4 8 69
587 96

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

$ 8 1 4 ,8 5 4 43


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1 7 0 ,7 7 2 10

8 1 ,6 8 5 70
1 ,5 0 0 0.0
1 6 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,6 1 8 45
8 5 ,7 6 7 83
1 ,5 5 5 19

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d c e rtifica te s of
d e p osit ........................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C ertified c h e c k s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 5 ,0 0 0 00

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

$ 8 1 4 ,8 5 4 43

1 1 ,8 1 1 72
2 0 8 ,6 2 9 75
6 ,2 4 6 99
2 9 0 ,8 8 5 32
1 9 3 ,7 7 3 66
543 00
6 ,3 1 2 62
1 ,6 5 1 37

1 3 ,1 8 6 03
4 ,0 2 0 00
3 ,2 8 3 45
1 4 ,9 6 5 45
63 58

240

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Marion—First State Bank of Marion.
Ll. S C H R O E C K E N S T E IN , P re sid e n t.
N.
M . E N G L E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.
p.
F.
E.
N.

C.
M.
M.
M.

J. H . D R IE S S E N , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R o g e r s,
J. H . D rie sse n ,
D e V au d ,
W m . H o ffm a n ,
K is s in g e r ,
R . S ch ro ec k e n ste in ,
E n g le r ,
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 22, 1894.
Incorporated as a State B ank Decem ber 29, 1902.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rce«.

L o a n s an d d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r if t s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s ............. . .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
an d cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
V ic to r y lo an ......................
C o lle c tio n a c c o u n t . . . .
R e v e n u e sta m p s .......... :
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 4 0 9 ,6 0 5 96
337 79
6 5 ,7 6 5

00

6 0 ,0 4 7 17
7 ,5 0 0 00
6 9 ,8 8 2 85

C a p ita l s to c k paid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ............ ,. . . .
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,7 9 3 21
2 ,5 0 5 91
1 3 8 ,8 9 8 41
4 0 4 ,4 0 8 90
5 4 ,1 8 2 19

402 18
512 50
1 ,1 7 7 65
2 6 ,4 2 1
106
1 ,4 2 0
501
109

00
05
00
28
19

$ 6 4 3 ,7 8 8

62

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

$ 6 4 3 ,7 8 8

62

Marion—The Farmers and Merchants Bank.
A. G. A R N D T , P re sid e n t.
J O H N M A U E L , V ic e P re sid e n t.

T. J. H A U F E , C a sh ier.
J. E . A R N D T , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . G. A rn d t,
H e r m a n W . S chm id t,
T . .J. H a u fe ,
H e r m a n S chroed er,
John A rn d t,
E lm e r B y e rs.
F r a n k W e s tp h a l,
E S T A B L IS H E D J U N E 24, 1911.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s .. .
O v e rd r a fts ........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s . ...............
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ..............
V ic to r y l o a n ......................
T o ta l


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L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 0 3 ,9 4 8 77
43 20

5 7 ,7 4 3 66
1 ,7 2 5 00
1 3 ,3 4 4 15
1 ,0 3 2 42
182 50
4 7 2 10
2 ,5 9 9
226
230
419

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
1 ,2 0 0
U nd ivid ed profits, less
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ........................................ 188
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
3 7 ,7 1 0
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..............
1 1 7 ,2 0 2
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
1 5 ,6 6 5

00
00
50
82
07
04

00
12
40
11

$ 1 8 1 ,9 6 6 4?

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

$ 1 8 1 ,9 6 6 43

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

241

Markesan—Farmers State Bank.
H . P F R I D A Y . P re sid e n t.
E E . C A B L E , V ic e P re sid e n t.

C.
E.
H.
E.
E.

W . A . M IL L E R , C a sh ier.
H . B. D IL L IG , A s s t. C ash ier.
H . G. M IL L E R , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
F re d Card,
C. P. W h ite h o u s e ,
H erm an Abendroth,
A . W . M e n k e.

A . D illie ,
W . L ap e r,
P. F rid a y ,
E. Cable,
H. G eidel,
E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 1, 1910.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rce«.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 3 3 4 ,2 4 5 00
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
1 ,7 8 0 76
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
14, 985 00
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
5 8 ,1 2 3 41
B a n k in g house ............
7 ,0 0 0 00
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
3 ,0 0 0 00
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve b a n k s .................
5 6 ,9 0 3 64
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
2 ,2 1 2 84
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n ...................
1 ,3 5 0 00
S ilv e r coin ...........................
1 ,6 5 3 40
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y .......................................
3 ,3 1 0 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
215 97
T o t a l ........................

$ 4 8 4 ,7 8 0 02

C ap ital sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fund ....................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em and c e rtifica te s o f
d e p osit ....................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r's c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g . .........................

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

$ 4 0 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,3 5 0 00
1 4 ,5 1 6 76
1 2 1 ,7 8 6 99
2 8 1 ,5 8 5 75
1 8 ,8 7 7 13
1 ,6 6 3 39

$ 4 8 4 ,7 8 0 02

Markesan—Markesan State Bank.
T.
D.

W . M IL L E R , P resid en t.
D. W I L L I A M S , V ice P resid en t.

I R A W . P A R K E R , C ash ier.
R A L P H C L A R K . A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
S. P. F o ls o m ,
G eo. H . P h elp s,
D.
D. W illia m s .
W . G. S todd art,
H . V o lk m a n n ,
W illia m Sin k.
T. W . M iller,
E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 3, 1891.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s an d d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds. U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . . . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ................. . . . .
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

16—


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B.

$4 7 8 ,3 2 0 06
1 ,6 4 9 81
9 0 ,7 1 1 25

1 8 8 ,8 3 9 53
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
7 2 ,1 6 5 23
3 ,5 1 4 46
3 ,0 7 0 00
1 ,7 2 8 75

L ia b ilitie s .
C ap ital sto c k paid in . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u ts t a n d i n g ...........................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . , . .
R e se rv e d fo r in t e r e s t ..
V ic to r y l o a n ......................

$40,000 00
20,000 00
3 3 ,5 8 9

58

1 8 6 ,8 3 4 32
5 1 7 ,4 0 6 00
4 6 ,6 2 7 13
4 ,1 8 8
1 ,3 4 0
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,2 5 3

87
32
00
05

9 ,0 3 4 00
206 18
$ 8 5 5 ,2 3 9

27

T o ta l ........................

$ 8 5 5 ,2 3 9 27

242

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Marshall— Bank of Marshall.
J. C. B I E D E R M A N , P re sid e n t.
W . H . R A M A N . V ic e P re sid e n t.

W M . H . T A S K E R . C a sh ie r.
L . F . K E L L E Y A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. C. B ie d e rm a n ,
W m . H. T ask er,
W . H . R am an,
L . F . K e lle y .
J. H . P orte r,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 20, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u r c e «.
D oans and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e c u ritie s .............................
F u rn itu re an d fix tu re s.
D u e from ap p roved r e serve b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
Gold c o i n ............ ................
S ilv e r c o i n ................. ..
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ............ * .................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 0 4 ,4 2 3 13
192 27
1 5 ,6 0 0 00

3 6 ,7 8 4 80

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ............ ,. . . .
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d c e rtifica te s o f
d ep osit .............................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
857 77
5 6 ,8 7 0 36
1 2 1 ,7 8 3

12

1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 7 ,2 5 2 32
55 15
605 0 "
1 ,2 2 4 90
3 ,3 3 3 00
540 68
$ 1 9 2 ,0 1 1 25

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

$ 1 9 2 ,0 1 1 25

Marshfield— Marshfield State Bank.
W M . H I P K E , P re sid e n t.
A M O S R O L L , C a sh ier.
H . C. K O E N IG , V ic e P re sid e n t.
J. H . C U N D Y , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H . C. K o e n ig ,
J. W . S a lter,
W illia m W e lt e r ,
Am os Roll,
H u go W egen er,
W . H ip k e .
C.
J. Sparr,
E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 5, 1908.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...................... ,. .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and th r if t s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h ou se . .............................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e a c c o u n t ..........
T o t a l ........................


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$ 6 9 1 ,5 8 9 18
102 64
3 2 ,9 0 0 00

9 3 ,6 1 3 22
1 7 ,5 0 0 00
1 7 ,9 3 8 04
4 5 ,6 6 0 99
9 ,6 6 9 74
4 ,4 6 2 5Q
3 ,0 4 4 45

C a p ital sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted .............................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,0 0 0 00
1 1 ,5 7 9 33
4 ,4 0 9 23
4 2 6 ,5 0 2 18
1 6 9 ,8 9 8 56
2 3 2 ,7 8 9 91
1 9 ,0 0 0

00

2,5 00 00

8 ,7 3 3 00
376 95
88 50
$ 9 2 5 ,6 7 9 21

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

$ 9 2 5 ,6 7 9 21

REPORTS

OF STATE

243

BANKS

Mary town— Fanners and Merchants Bank.
J O H N L A N G E N F E L D , P re sid e n t.
J O S E P H G U E L IG , V ic e P re sid e n t.

B E N S T I E F V A T E R , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F.
J. F e ch te r,
A r th u r R o rg n e r,
E d w a rd S. K n a u s.

John L a n g e n fe ld ,
J oseph G u e lig ,
N ie F ilz ,
J oseph N eis,

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y

16, 1918.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

Resources.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re an d fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rve b a n k s ............
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and ca sh it e m s ............
G old coin . . . . < - .................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ...........................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . . .

$ 7 5 ,4 4 5

00
15

2 1 ,0 0 0 00

6 ,2 6 8 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,7 0 0 00

$10, 000

00

400 00
725 94
5 5 ,7 1 7 15
5 0 ,9 2 9 63
8 ,4 0 9 66
12 50

1 5 ,0 2 6 89
4 24
52 50
182 90
3 ,9 4 2 00
73 20
$ 1 2 6 ,1 9 4 88

T o ta l

C a p ita l sto c k p aid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e xp e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ........
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
V a r ia tio n a c c o u n t..........

$ 1 2 6 ,1 9 4 88

T o ta l

Mason— Mason State Bank.
O. M. A X N E S S , C a sh ier.
H . J. A X N E S S , A s s t. C a sh ier.

C H . W E R D E N , P re sid e n t.
C. I. L A R S O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
C. H . W e r d e n ,
C h as. I. L a rso n ,

D IR E C T O R S .
O. M . A x n e s s ,
H . J. A x n e s s .

E S T A B L I S H E D D E C E M B E R 29, 1905.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilit ie s .

Resources.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se .,............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
Advanced
c u sto m e rs
lib e r ty b on d s ...............
U. S. .revenue s t a m p s .T o ta l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid . . . ...............
Individual
deposits, sub­
29
7 ,0 7 1
je c t to c h e c k .................
1 ,8 0 0 00
T
im
e
ce
rtifica
te s o f d e ­
1 ,4 6 7 34
p o sit ..................................
5 ,8 1 2 03 S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ............ ..............
455 07
320 00 N otes and bills redis­
cou n ted ...........................
1 ,2 6 1 75
In su ra n c e p a y a b le . . . .
2 ,6 0 9 00 C u sto m e r s’ in te re s t li b ­
e rty b on d s ......................
176 57

$ 1 4 6 ,9 5 8 97
465 26

$ 1 0, 000

00

5 .0 0 0 00

3 ,7 2 9 49
7 6 ,0 2 8 51
4 0 ,3 9 8 75
2 6 ,9 7 6 01
550 83
5 .0 0 0 00
222 80

783 89

240 00
53 00
$ 1 6 8 ,6 9 0 28

T o ta l

$168 ,"690 28

244

REPORT

O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Mattoon— Mattoon State Bank.
D.
L 1 G H T B O D Y , P re sid e n t.
W . F . M E A G H E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.

D.
D ig h tb o d y ,
R ay F. Babcock,

W . B. K R A M A R , C ash ier.
A . J. R E I M E R T , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . B. K r a m a r ,
W . F. M eagher.

E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 16, 1906.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a fts ........ ..................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fr o m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ,...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
C o lle c tio n acc o u n t . . . .
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 6 1 ,7 4 7 40
932 05

1 4 ,3 0 8 88
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
2 1 ,3 4 3 43
4 ,1 0 4 61

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ................. ................
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,8 5 2 69
7 0 ,6 1 4 91
1 1 2 ,3 7 8 81
1 1 ,6 9 7 7 '
167 96

512 76
199 75
882 15
4 ,4 8 1 00
160 05
40 00
$ 2 1 2 ,2 1 2 08

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

$ 2 1 2 ,2 1 2

08

Mauston— Juneau County State Bank
G E O . S. G R U B B , P re sid e n t.
H . C. S T R O N G , V ic e P re sid e n t.
G eo. S. G ru b b ,
W . G. H o s ig ,
H . C. S tro n g ,
G.
N. M cN o w n ,

W . G. H O S IG , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F . W ilc o x ,
M . O. L o o m is,
M . S. P o w e rs.

E S T A B L IS H E D

M A R C H 10. 1887.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds ............
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
S ilv e r c o i n ......................» •
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 4 6 6 ,5 7 0 13
4 ,1 9 3 53
2 0 4 ,4 8 5 19

1 ,1 5 0 00
9 ,5 7 0 00
1 2 4 ,2 4 0 44
357 60

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fund ...................
U nd ivid ed p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ............................... ..
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........
P o sta l s a v in g s ...............

$ 4 4 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,0 0 0 00
1 4 ,2 1 5 73
1 7 2 ,0 2 1 90
5 6 8 ,2 3 8 89
8 ,8 9 5 40
34 02

5 ,7 8 8 00
51 05
$ 8 1 6 ,4 0 5 94

T o ta l

$ 8 1 6 ,4 0 5 94

REPORTS

OF STATE

245

RANKS

Mauston— State Bank of Mauston.
W . F . W IN S O R , P re sid e n t.
H . D. W IN S O R , C a sh ie r.
P. D. C U R R A N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
M A R I A F L Y N N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . F . W in s o r ,
S. F. H o w a rd ,
P. D. C u rran ,
S. W ie d e n b e c k ,
W . J. T r o y ,
D a v id M u llo w n e y .
A nton Suszycki,
E S T A B L IS H E D I N 1870.
Incorporated as a State B ank M arch 2, 1901.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
S to c k s and o th e r s e ­
c u ritie s ..........................
B a n k in g hou se, f u r n i­
tu re and f i x t u r e s . . . .
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
s e rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
an d cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n ..........................
S ilv e r coin , ........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
A b s tr a c t b o o k s ...............

$ 7 0 8 ,8 1 5 08
1 2 ,0 2 5 86

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

$ 8 9 9 ,4 6 3 43

5 7 ,9 8 2 50

3 9 ,5 1 5 00
1 ,7 6 5 34

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00

10,000 00
6 ,1 0 2 99
1 3 3 ,0 1 4 28
6 9 4 ,0 0 1 57
6 ,3 4 4 59

1 4 ,6 2 5 00
4 7 ,4 4 0 56
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,6 5 9 24
2 ,0 1 0 00
201 15
3 ,3 1 7 00
106 70
5 ,0 0 0 00
$ 8 9 9 ,4 6 3 43

T o ta l

Mayville— State Bank of Mayville.
A U G . R U E D E B U S C H , P re sid e n t.
W M . R IN G L E , C ash ier.
B Y R O N B A R W I G , V ic e P re sid e n t. R. F . R U E D E B U S C H , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
B y ro n B a r w ig ,
M . A . B u ss e w itz ,
A u g . R u e d e b u sc h ,
A . B a ch h u b e r,
L . S. K e e le y ,
P e te r B u e r g e r.
R . J. L a n g e n b a c h ,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 7, 1886.
Incorporated as a State B ank N ovem ber 3, 1902.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts . . . ....................
State,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds .................
U. S- b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
S to c k s an d oth e r s e ­
cu ritie s
............
B a n k in g house ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n ................. ............
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
$ 7 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fund ...................
2 8 ,0 0 0
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e xp e n se s and
7 4 ,1 6 6 25
ta x e s p a i d ......
1 5 ,8 4 8
Individual deposits, sub­
1 8 9 ,7 3 4
je c t to c h e c k . . ........
7 8 ,8 5 0 00 T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
5 6 8 ,7 9 5
2 4 8 ,9 5 1
2 ,4 3 3 00 S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . . .
100
2 0 ,0 0 0 00 C ertified ch e ck s ............
5 ,4 0 0 00 C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u t­
sta n d in g ........................
1 ,5 0 9
615
1 7 5 ,1 2 1 37 P o sta l s a v i n g s .

$ 6 8 8 ,1 8 8 94
506 28

00
00
76
91
79
62
00
10
28

2 ,6 3 5 22
3 8 ,1 1 2 50
2 ,0 8 8 45
3 5 ,6 3 9 00
414 45
$ 1 ,1 2 3 ,5 5 5

46

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,1 2 3 ,5 5 5 46

246

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Mazomanie— The People’s State Bank.
J. P. H U D S O N , President.
S A M U E L M U R R I S H , V ic e P re sid e n t.

W . H . W U R S T E R , C a sh ier.
L O T T A B. S M IT H , A s s t. C a sh ier

D IR E C T O R S .
W . H . W u r s te r ,
S a m u e l M u rrish .

A . L. P a rm a n ,
J. P. H u d so n ,
L . B. R u k a ,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 2, 1891.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ................. .. . . .
S ta te,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r saving- c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d re se rv e b a n k s .................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 1 8 9 ,7 6 0 59
331 73
2 1 ,8 3 5

00

6 ,0 6 8 59
2 ,0 0 0 00
775 00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .

$ 1 7 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
5 ,0 9 8

12

1 2 9 ,5 6 4 60
1 3 4 ,4 8 7 76
559 34

6 2 ,9 8 1 68
1 ,3 5 5 00
690 00
4 ,3 0 6 00
106 23
$ 2 9 0 ,2 0 9 82

T o ta l ........................

$ 2 9 0 ,2 0 9 82

Medford— State Bank of Medford.
H E R M A N D U M K E , P re sid e n t.
J O S E P H L O E B , V ic e P re sid e n t.

A . J. P e rk in s,
R . H . M u sse lm a n ,
L . L . U rq u h a rt,

L . L . U R Q U H A R T , C a sh ier.
A . J. P E R K IN S , A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H erm an D um ke,
Joe L oeb .

E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 1, 1890.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ouse . . . . . . .
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d re se rve b a n k s . . .............
C h eck s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ................. . . . .
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

$ 2 8 7 ,3 3 0 25
2 ,5 5 9 42

2 7 ,7 9 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
l,0 ft0 00
5 5 ,0 1 2 58

C a p ita l s to c k paid in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Due to b a n k s — d e p o s its
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s of
d ep o sit .............................
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 6 0 61
4 ,0 9 8 66
1 7 5 ,6 0 4

57

1 2 4 ,6 7 3 82
3 3 ,5 9 3 74

5 ,4 2 6 38
3 ,7 1 2 50
1 ,4 6 0 60
2 ,0 9 0 00
149 67
$ 3 8 9 ,5 3 1 40

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

$ 3 8 9 ,5 3 1 40

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

247

Mellen— Mellen State Bank.
G E O . E. F O S T E R , P re sid e n t.
C. P. P E C K , V ic e P re sid e n t.

C. F . P E T E R S O N , C a sh ier.
T H E O . A . F R A E D R I C K , A s s t. C ash.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. F . P e te rso n ,
R o b e r t J oh n son ,
C. A . P ou n d ston e .

Geo. E. F o s te r ,
C. P. P e c k ,
H.
I. L a tim e r ,
C. W . L o c k h a r t,
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 6, 1902.
Incorporated as a State B ank July 22, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er b onds .................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O ther re a l e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
V ic to r y b onds .................
U. S. b on ds, ce rtifica te s
o f in d e b te d n ess and
w a r saving's s ta m p s .

$ 1 7 6 ,4 4 8 12
41 80

T o ta l ____ ! ..............

$ 3 9 2 ,6 9 2 29

1 2 0 ,6 1 2
3 ,4 0 0
1 ,3 8 5
237

16
00
00
72

5 8 ,2 6 8 52
1 ,5 0 2 59
859 68
1 ,0 8 0 20
1 0 ,3 8 8
277
213
241

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..........................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
P o sta l sa v in g s ...............
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .

$ 1 6 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,4 2 3

79

1 4 3 ,7 5 4 63
7 9 ,8 2 0
1 2 5 ,0 1 5
1 2 ,8 4 2
835

91
54
42
00

00
99
61
30

1 7 ,7 3 5 60
T o ta l ........................

$ 3 9 2 ,6 9 2 29

Melrose— Bank of Melrose.
F . E. T A N N E R , P re sid e n t.
C. J. H O G G , C a sh ier.
E. G. H IG G IN S . V ic e P re sid e n t.
C. S. H O G G , A s s t. C a sh ier.
W M . T IB B E T T S , 2nd V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
H u g h Sm ith.
F. E. T an n e r,
O. B. M a rs h a ll.
E. G. H ig g in s ,
A n d r e w H e in e c k ,
E. P. O lson.
F r a n k W ä c h te r , Jr.,
W m . T ib b e tts,
W . O. Gilbert.
A. J. W e b b ,
J. D . P a tte r so n .
E S T A B L I S H E D J U N E 21, 1907.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
o th e r bonds ..................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y N................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 3 3 8 ,4 2 7 03
1 ,5 5 6 43
9 2 ,2 1 2 50

4 4 ,7 0 0 00
3 ,7 0 0 00
4 9 ,5 8 9 91
1 4 ,9 9 3 21

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rnlus fu n d ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x é s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e certificates of de­
p o sit ................... ..............
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’ s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ...........................

$25,000 00
1 2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,4 2 7 90
1 2 8 ,1 0 7 58
2 6 4 ,3 3 3 06
1 2 6 ,3 9 6 39
725 57

22 74
4 ,1 5 0 00
452 85
9 ,5 8 4 00
101 83
$ 5 5 9 ,4 9 0 50

T o ta l

$ 5 5 9 ,4 9 0 50

248

REPORT

OF TH E

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Melvina— Melvina State Bank.
G E O R G E J. W E I N E R , P re sid e n t.
F . J. P A U L S E N , Cashier.
V IN C E N T M A S H E K , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
G e o rg e J. W e in e r ,
C lare n ce W e b s te r ,
V in c e n t M a sh e k ,
W m . P. S eym ou r,
D e n n is Shea,
O. W . S tu rd e v a n t.
G e o rg e D in g e r,
E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 18, 1917.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d is c o u n t s ....
O v e r d r a fts . .........................
S tate,
m u n icip a l
and
o th er bonds .................
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re an d fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old coin ..............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 9 0 ,7 5 7 87
47 94

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

$ 1 2 2 ,4 7 9 85

2 ,2 5 0 00
2 ,5 4 5 00
1 ,6 9 9 82
1 8 ,2 8 6 60
3 ,7 3 3 64

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid .........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p osit ..................................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 2 5 25
1 ,9 1 8 04
3 9 ,9 9 9 33
6 9 ,0 3 7 23

52 19
430 00
642 95

2 , 0 0 0 00
33 84
T o t a l ........................

$ 1 2 2 ,4 7 9 85

Menasha— Bank of Menasha.
A~ D. E L D R I D G E , P re sid e n t.
H E N R Y H . K I M B E R L Y , V ic e P re s. ,
A . D. E ld r id g e ,
H a rry De W o lf,
H . H . K im b e r ly ,
F.
E. Sem en d rem a n ,

H A R R Y D E W O L F , C a sh ier.
R . J. F I E W E G E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M. B. W h it in g ,
R. J. F ie w e g e r ,
B en P lo w ig h t.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 1, 1870.
Incorporated as a State B ank M ay 25, 1891.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s an d d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth er b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
se rve b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
E xchanges for clearing
house ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ...................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 6 1 7 ,2 7 2 42
135 79
1 1 8 ,4 0 0 00

3 4 ,0 0 1 85
2 0 ,5 0 0 00

1 0 , 0 0 0 00
1 3 1 ,8 3 0 96
7 ,7 9 4 61
3 ,6 2 0 85
1 ,8 5 0 00
3 ,4 5 1 15

Capital stock paid
i n ...
$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ........
3 9 ,2 9 4
Due to b a n k s — d e p o sits
1 ,5 7 8
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...
2 8 8 ,1 1 8
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ..................................
1 8 8 ,9 1 9
3 5 3 ,4 7 2
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ..........
640
C ertified c h e c k s .............
Notes and bills redis­
cou n ted ...........................
5 ,0 0 0

00
00
87
37

20
57
73
75
00

2 7 ,5 2 1 00
612 74
33 12
$ 9 7 7 ,0 2 4 49

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

$ 9 7 7 ,0 2 4 49

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

249

Menomonie— Bank of Menomonie.
L. D. H A R V E Y , P re sid e n t.
M A R T I N F L A D O E S , V ic e P re sid e n t.

O L E N E S S E T H , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L. D. H a r v e y ,
L . A . D ah l,
M a rtin F la d o e s,
Ole N e sse th .
O lo f N oer,
E S T A B L I S H E D A U G U S T 26, 1867.
incorporated as a State B ank July 27, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds ..........
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r saving- c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue from , a p p roved r e ­
s e rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h ou se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 2 1 9 ,8 2 6 26
950 10

2 0 0 00

3 ,3 5 0 00
7 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
7 ,6 6 4 68

C a p ita l sto c k paid
in ..
$ 3 0 ,0 0 0
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
8 ,0 0 0
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
1 ,7 5 3
ta x e s p a i d ........
D ue to b a n k s— d e p o s its
8 ,4 5 3
Individual deposits, sub­
1 0 8 ,4 6 1
je c t to c h e c k ...
D em a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d e p osit .............................
1 2 ,1 3 1
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
6 2 ,7 4 9
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
2 3 ,4 8 8

00
00
36
01
82
69
17
40

1 ,6 9 3 11
3 ,2 1 6 95
65 00
1 ,5 7 2 05
7 ,3 9 8 00
101 30
$ 2 5 5 ,0 3 7 45

T o ta l ........................

$ 2 5 5 ,0 3 7 45

Menomonie— Kraft State Bank.
P H I L L I P K R A F T , President.
J O H N S. K R A F T , V ice President.
S A M P. K R A F T , 2nd V ice President.

W M . F . K R A F T , C ashier.
G. E. S IP P L E , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . F . K ra ft,
F . W m . N otnagel.

Phillip K ra ft,
John S. K ra ft,
Sam P. K ra ft,

E S T A B L IS H E D

M ARCH

18, 1914.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ...........................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m ap p roved r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n .....................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$334, 685 91
557 83

1 7 ,4 9 6 00
1 2 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,3 8 6 59
2 1 ,7 2 8

02

1 ,2 6 7 01
127 50
795 05

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d
................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d ep osit .............................
T im e c e rtifica tes o f d e ­
p o sit . . .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0
00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 3 ,3 5 3 79
8 9 ,9 2 7 57
1 2 ,9 2 9

20

2 3 2 ,6 7 9 47
5 ,5 7 1 60
2 ,3 8 1

83

4 ,6 7 5 00
124 55
$ 3 9 6 ,8 4 3 46

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

$ 3 9 6 ,8 4 3 46

250

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Menomonie— The Schutte & Quilling Bank.
A. Q U IL L IN G , President.

A . Quilling,
H . C. Inenfeldt,
A lfr e d P ete rso n ,

W . S C H U T T E , JR., Cashier.
O. C. K A U S R U D , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W m . Schutte, Jr.,
O. C. K a u sr u d .

E S T A B L I S H E D IN 1873.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 27, 1903.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
R e so u rc e s.
L ia b ilit ie s .
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . . $ 1 ,1 5 1 ,5 5 4 58 C a p ita l s to c k paid i n ..
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
952 14 Su rplu s fu n d ....................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
U ndivided profits, le ss
oth er bonds .................
2 3 ,2 0 0 00
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifita x e s p aid . . . ...............
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
D ue to b a n k s — d e p osits
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
Individual deposits, suband th r ift s ta m p s . . .
2 5 0 ,2 2 0 15
je c t to c h e c k .................
S to c k s and o th e r s e D e m a n d c e rtifica te s o f
c u r i t i e s .............................
4 ,4 0 0 00
d e p osit .............................
B a n k in g house ...............
1 6 ,0 0 0 00 T im e c e rtifica te s o f d eF u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
6 ,3 4 7 24
p o sit ............................. .. .
D ue fro m ap p ro v e d re S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
se rv e b a n k s .................
2 7 0 ,7 5 9 62 C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u tD ue from o th e r b a n k s .
3 9 ,5 0 0 00
s t a n d i n g ...........................
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
3 1 ,8 4 6 61
G old c o i n .............................
6 ,6 5 7 50
S ilv e r coin ...........................
3 ,7 8 9 00
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
3 4 ,0 5 5 00
204 03
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,8 3 9 ,4 8 5

87

$100 ; 000 00
2 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 4 ,4 2 9 49
120 98
7 1 2 ,4 7 4 41
7 ,4 6 8

95

7 7 3 ,1 1 3 89
1 8 7 ,4 7 0 65
1 5 ,8 8 0 31

T o ta l ........................ $ 1 ,8 3 9 ,4 8 5

87

Menomonee Falls— Citizens State Bank.
G.
B.

E. H O Y T , P re sid e n t.
E . C.
T R I L L E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.
GEO.
D IR E C T O R S .
G.
E. H o y t,
B.
C.
W . F r a s e r ,'
E.

.A. 1^, Bäßr

K A M B E , C ash ier.
E. W A R T H , A s s t. C ash ier.
T rille r,
C. K a m b e .

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 20, 1902.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s ................. •
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
S to c k s and oth e r s e c u r i t i e s .............................
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er real e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m a p p roved r e se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 8 3 ,1 4 0 77
7 ,0 4 6 61
4 ,2 8 0 00

3 8 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid . . . ...............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
B ills p a y a b le ...................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
471 29
1 8 5 ,0 3 5 07
1 4 1 ,6 0 0 83
8 4 ,3 7 9 28
4 8 ,0 0 0 00

2 4 ,8 7 5 50
1 ,6 3 5 15
1 ,5 7 9 93
667 50
1 ,4 2 1 85
1 1 ,2 1 3 00
126 16
$ 4 7 9 ,4 8 6 47

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

$ 4 7 9 ,4 8 6 4^

REPORTS

251

OF STATE BANKS

Menomonee Falls— Farmers and Merchants Bank.
S A M U E L A . C O N N E L L , P re sid e n t.
A L B E R T H . E C K H A R D T , C a sh ier.
* R A N K J. S C H W A L B A C H , V ice Pres.
W . S, G O O D E . A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
S a m u e l A . C o n n e ll,
E d w a r d P u eh ler,
W illia m H . C o n n e ll,
H a ro ld W . C o n n ell,
A lb e r t H . E c k h a r d t,
F r a n k J. S c h w alb ach .
L eo E c k h a r d t,
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 27, 1908.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,' m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S- b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
F o r n ew b a n k b u ild ­
in g .......................................
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s cn oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............
U. S. ce rtifica te s of in ­
d e b ted n ess ......................
W a r s a v in g s s ta m p s . . .

$ 4 5 1 ,4 0 5 92
677 39

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

$ 9 3 6 ,1 6 7 78

2 1 2 ,7 0 0 00

1 1 4 ,5 5 0 00
3 ,2 5 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid . . , ...............
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 3 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,2 5 2 04
1 2 4 ,6 8 4 80
4 1 8 ,0 1 5 30
3 4 4 ,2 1 5 64

6 ,0 0 0 00
8 4 ,8 1 4 04
3 ,9 7 6 41
1 ,0 0 0 00
607 00
2 3 ,9 7 5 00
130 11
3 0 ,0 0 0 00
81 91
T o t a l ........................

$ 9 3 6 ,1 6 7 78

Merrill— Lincoln County Bank.
A. H . S T A N G E , President.
C J. K I N Z E L , V ice President.
A . H . Stange,
C. H . Stange,
John V a n H ecke,
A . B . Nelson,

W M . J. T E S C H , Cashier.
A . G R U E T T , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Charles J. K inzel,
John A . Em erich,
W m . J. Tesch.

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y , 1897.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 10, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts . .................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds ................. U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and o th e r s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D u e fro m oth e r b a n k s .
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
house ...............................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
W a r s a v in g s s t a m p s ..

$ 9 9 6 ,8 5 5 83
586 24
2 6 6 ,9 4 7 84

4 0 ,1 0 0 00
4 ,0 5 0 00
2 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 1 ,9 7 9 29
9 ,6 0 0 61
1 2 ,7 0 6 20
2 ,7 5 0 00
2 ,8 9 2 40

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 5 ,0 0 0 00
3 3 ,5 6 8 24
142 72
6 5 3 ,2 4 0 33
1 1 2 ,1 2 0 07
6 5 9 ,6 1 0 93
8 00
7 ,7 5 0
1 5 ,4 8 8
4 ,5 0 0
745

07
00
00
00

1 2 ,6 0 2 00
184 98
917 97

T o t a l ................... .. .$ 1 ,6 2 2 ,1 7 3


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U n d iv id e d profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid . . ‘.................
D u e to b a n k s— d e p osits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..........1.......................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c h e c k s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
U. S. d e p o s its ......................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
V ic to r y loan . ....................

36

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,6 2 2 ,1 7 3

36

252

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Merrill— The American State Bank.
F. J. S M IT H . President.
R. C. B A L L S T A D T , Cashier.
F. W . K U B A S T A , V ice President.
W M . F. P E T E R M A N , 2nd V ice Pres.
D IR E C T O R S .
F . J. Smith,
A . F . Eueck,
F . W . K ubasta,
V a l. H e n ric h , Jr.,
W in. F . Peterm an,
W m . F . N everm ann,
R . C. B allstadt,
F red H esterm ann.
W . G. Smith,
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 22, 1904.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts . N.
O v e r d r a f t s ........................ .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
house . . . .........................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 5 3 6 ,7 7 2 73
1 ,6 7 5 12

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

$ 9 0 1 ,1 3 4 15

1 2 1 ,9 3 6 25

9 9 ,3 6 1 18
488 50
3 ,0 1 7 35
1 0 8 ,4 3 9 62
9 ,6 1 3 26
'

560 50

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified ch e ck s ............
C a sh ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .

$ 4 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 8 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,0 4 0 13
120 98
2 6 1 ,7 3 6 06
7 0 ,3 0 2 10
4 9 5 ,3 7 5 09
126 39
2 ,7 3 3 40
3 ,7 0 0 00

3 ,3 1 3 57
1 ,5 0 7 00
2 ,4 0 8 00
1 1 ,9 2 5 00
116 07
T o ta l ........................

$ 9 0 1 ,1 3 4 15

Merrillan— The State Bank of Merrillan.
A E. B R A D F O R D , President.
A. J. K E I T H , Vice President.
A.
A.
T.
M.

J. L. W R I G H T

C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. Bradford,
R a y E. G ill,
J. K eith,
G. R . Francis,
B . K eith,
W m . G earing,
P. Cannon,
J. L . W rig h t.
E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y , 1901.
Incorporated as a State B ank A u g u st 29, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts . .........................
S tate,
m u n icip al
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
Stocks and other securi­
ties .....................
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O th er .real e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on o th e r b a n k s
an d cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin . . : . . . ............
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . . .
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b R lt le s .

$ 9 7 ,0 5 9 45
562 80
2 ,5 0 0

00

6 ,2 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 0 0
3 ,6 3 3
1 ,3 1 0
2 ,3 6 8

00
34
99
43

C a p ita l s to c k paid
in ..
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ........
1 ,7 0 4
D u e to b a n k s — d e p o sits
5 ,0 0 0
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...
4 9 ,5 2 2
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ...............
7 9 ,1 1 9
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........
3 7 ,4 3 3

00
00
22
00
81
60
50

4 0 ,7 9 6 60
839 37
695 00
1 ,1 2 0 95
2 ,5 0 1 00
192 20
$ 1 8 4 ,7 8 0 13

T o ta l

$ 1 8 4 ,7 8 0 13

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS

253

Merrimack— The State Bank of Merrimack.
G EO. A . G R O SS, President.
JAS. S. T O W E R S , V ice President.

E. J. V O N B E R G , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E dw . Gattw inkel,
John H err,
E.
J. von Berg,
Jam es S. Towers,
T.
M. Mould,
W . H . M cLeish.
Geo. A . Gross,
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 16, 1908.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p roved re se rv e b a n k s . ...............
D ue fr o m oth e r b a n k s .
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .

$1 0 7 ,4 8 4 65
117 32

T o ta l ........................

$ 1 8 8 ,6 8 1 47

4 3 ,5 0 0

00

950 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,2 0 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ..........

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,8 9 7 10
4 1 ,4 1 8

45

1 2 0 ,5 0 7 68
1 1 ,3 5 8 24

2 5 ,1 6 9 97
3 ,6 3 3 75
990 00
3 ,0 0 6 00
129 78
T o ta l ........................

$ 1 8 8 ,6 8 1 47

Merton— Farmers Exchange Bank.
R . A I N S W O R T H , President.
P.
J. W O O D H E A D , V ice President.

C. H . G O L D E N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R. A insw orth,
M ath W eber,
F.
J. W oodh ead,
W . W . B ro w n ,
C. H . Golden.
R obert W in k ler,
W m . Schlicher,
P au l R . M cK ee.
Geo. C. N o lle y ,
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 2, 1914.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ............ ..............'
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 2 5 ,1 0 9 45
319 80
3 4 ,0 3 8 46

1 6 ,0 5 5 26
3 ,701 68
3 ,2 7 9 57

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d ep o sits ..........
B ills p a y a b le ....................

$ 1 8 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,3 0 0 00
531 71
6 8 ,7 3 6 57
6 5 ,7 8 8 89
3 6 ,9 2 8 37
8 ,0 0 0 00

1 2 ,2 0 2 81
220 56
57 50
205 95
3 ,9 9 2 00
102 50
$ 1 9 9 ,2 8 5 54

T o ta l . ......................

$ 1 9 9 ,2 8 5 54

254

REPORT

OF. T H E

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Middleton— Bank of Middleton.
C. F . A L L E N , P re sid e n t.
L O U IS W A T Z K E , V ic e P re sid e n t.
E. F . S C H E R B E L , 2nd V ic e P res.

A. J. V IC T O R , C a sh ier.
M. C. H A B E R M A N , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L o u is R u ss,
W m . D u rk o p p ,
L o u is W a t z k e ,
E . F. Scherbel,
A u g u st F. B runkow ,
A . J. V ic to r,
M e lc h o ir K a ls c h e u r ,
John F a ssb e n d e r.
C h as. F . A lle n ,
E S T A B L I S H E D J U L Y 6, 1903.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s ................. U. S. bonds, U. S. ce rtific a te s of in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
O th er real e sta te ow ned
D ue fro m a p p roved r e se rve b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
an d cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 3 4 5 ,5 0 6 59
1 ,1 9 2 54
5 5 ,5 0 0 00

2 9 ,3 5 0 00
4 ,8 5 0 00
3 8 ,4 2 8 09
3 0 ,5 3 2

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,4 4 6 46
1 2 8 ,6 3 6 19
341 492 38
5 ,4 1 7 04

69

10 00
150 00
528 70
3 ,8 6 0 00
83 ■C6
$ 5 0 9 ,9 9 2

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

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p o s it............... - .............
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . .

07

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

$ 5 0 9 ,9 9 2

07

Milan— Milan State Bank.
M. C. E L L IN G S O N , P re sid e n t.
P A U L B E N Z M A N N . V ic e P re sid e n t.

C H A S . E. S C H M ID T , C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G e o rg e F u lm e r,
M . C. E llin g s o n ,
John Schreiber.
P aul Benzm ann,
H e n ry G lo ck ,
E S T A B L J S H E D M A Y 5, 1917.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ..........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 5 7 ,8 6 5 29
182 49

7 ,4 0 6 25
2 ,6 9 9 35
2 ,8 4 8 27
•

1 2 ,5 8 1 51
2 1 ,2 7 1 31

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n .i
C o n tin g e n t fu n d ..........
U n d ivid ed p rofits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d c e rtifica te s o f
d e p osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .

$ 10, 000 00

1,000 00
1 ,6 9 7 28

5 4 ,5 0 2 27
3 8 ,9 4 4 03
3 ,4 0 0 01
50 00

20 17
535 00
667 05
3 ,4 1 1 00
105 90
$ 1 0 9 ,5 9 3

59

T o ta l

$ 1 0 9 ,5 9 3

59

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS

255

Milladore— Milladore State Bank.
JA C O B V E R H U L S T , P re sid e n t.
W . G. B E R D A N , V ic e P re sid e n t.

L. L. S T R A W , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. E. M yers,
J. N. P ra u sa .

J acob V e r h u ls t,
W . O. D y e r,
W . G. B erdan ,

E S T A B L IS H E D

D E C E M B E R 31, 1914.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m unicipal' and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilver c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 1 4 ,5 1 5 99
222 73
1 4 ,4 4 5

00

1 ,1 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,7 9 7 28
1 4 ,8 2 7
6 ,4 0 9
17
455

36
81
50
90

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ..........
U n d ivid ed profits, less
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e ce rtifica te s of d e p o sit ........................
S a v in g s d e p osits . .
C a sh ie r’ s ch eck s o u ts t a n d i n g .................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,1 0 0 00
2 ,4 9 1 67
7 6 ,2 8 7 34
4 1 ,9 3 2 49
2 3 ,0 8 9 23
700 00

216 00
93 16
$ 1 5 6 ,6 0 0 73

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

$ 1 5 6 ,6 0 0 73

Milltown— The Milltown State Bank.
C H A R L E S P. J E N K S , P re sid e n t.
R . A . P E A B O D Y , V ic e P re sid e n t.
C has. P. J e n k sr
M ic h a e l M ich a e lsen ,
C h ris T r e tsv e n ,

J. B. P A L M , C a sh ier.
A . H . E R IC K S O N , A s s t.

C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R. A . P eab od y ,
P au l J ensen.

E S T A B L IS H E D

D E C E M B E R 30, 1907.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r saving' c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th er re a l e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
s e rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
G old c o i n ........................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ............
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 2 9 1 ,2 7 8 89
1 ,7 9 9 90

T o ta l ........................

$ 3 7 5 ,0 2 3 23


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1 ,0 0 0 00

1 2 ,6 3 7
3 ,0 0 0
3 ,5 5 0
3 ,9 3 7
4 9 ,9 1 5

66
00
00
83
85

C a p ita l sto c k p aid
in ..
$ 2 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
2 ,5 0 0
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ........
4 ,7 9 0
D ue to b a n k s— d e p o sits
840
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...
1 5 1 ,7 6 1
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
7 6 ,8 8 7
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........
1 0 0 ,1 3 3
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
1 8 ,1 1 0

00
00
54
00
91
46
02
30

470 94
787 50
720 10
5 ,8 3 8 00
86 36
T o ta l . . . . . ...............

$ 3 7 5 ,0 2 3 23

256

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Milton— Bank of Milton.
P.
M. G R E E N , P re sid e n t.
B. H . W E L L S . C a sh ier.
G R A N T W . D A V IS , V ic e P re sid e n t.
J. H . COO N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
T. A . S au n d ers,
B. H . W e lls ,
P. M. G reen,
G ra n t W . D av is,
J. H . C oon,
G. E. C ro sle y .
E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 18, 1883.
Incorporated as a State B ank April 16, 1884.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 1 6 5 ,0 7 7 25
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
2 ,5 0 0 06
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
3 5 ,2 0 0 00
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
4 ,0 0 0 00
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
2 ,0 0 0 00
O th e r re al e sta te ow n ed
2 ,3 1 9 93
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
5 7 ,0 7 0 18
D u e from oth e r b a n k s .
3 ,7 0 0 43
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
151 57
695 00
G old coin \ ................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
395 65
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y . . ................. ............
5 ,0 8 3 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .......... '
72 55
T o t a l ........................

$ 2 9 3 ,2 6 5 62

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d
.................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ............ ..
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D e m a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p osit .............................

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

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0
00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,7 9 6

22

1 4 1 ,1 6 9 22
1 1 5 ,3 0 0 18

$ 2 9 3 ,2 6 5 62

Milton Junction— The Farmers Bank.
J O H N A . P A U L , P re sid e n t.

A . M . P A U L , C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
John A . P a u l,
A u g u s t L a lk ,
A . M . P a u l,
W e s le y W in c h ,
S.
C. C h a m b e rs
A . P. O w en.
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 1 1 , 1 9 1 1 .

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g house ...............
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
an d cash i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .
R e v e n u e s t a m p s ............
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 0 7 ,5 5 6 44
3 ,6 7 4 77
4 ,0 3 3

33

7 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,1 3 4 94

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ..........
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rr e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid ............
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
D em a n d ce rtifica te s o f
d e p o sit ...................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,8 0 2 94
2 0 8 ,0 9 6 20
3 0 7 ,4 8 0 33

1 3 5 ,6 8 7 80
2 ,5 9 0 64
3 ,7 6 4

62

2 ,3 7 5 16
2 ,0 5 0 00
1 ,6 6 0 70
6 ,7 6 6 00
767 07
318 00
$ 5 5 1 ,3 7 9 47

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

$ 5 5 1 ,3 7 9 47

REPORTS

OP STATE BANKS

257

Milton Junction— The State Bank of Milton Junction.
J. M IL T O N C L A R K E , V ic e P re sid e n t.

W I L L H . G A T E S , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. M ilto n C la rk e ,

W i ll H . G a te s,

E S T A B L IS H E D 1883 A S T H E G A T E S E X C H A N G E B A N K .
Incorporated as a State B ank Decem ber 29, 1891.

Statement November 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ........................ .
S tate,
m u n icip al
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e r tifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
s e rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l

life , b i l l t i e s .

$ 7 6 ,4 0 4 22
■330 59
2 6 ,5 0 0 00

2 ,1 5 0 00
4 0 ,7 2 8

68


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00

10,000 00
3 ,0 5 0 97
5 4 ,4 3 0 76
7 1 ,0 8 0 18

2 ,2 8 9 62
663 30
4 ,3 9 6 00
99 50
$ 1 5 3 ,5 6 1 / 91

17— B.

C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ............
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p osit ......................

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

$ 1 5 3 ,5 6 1 91

258

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Milwaukee— American Exchange Bank.
E D W A R D A . F A R M E R , P re sid e n t.
A U G . C. B E C K , V ic e P re sid e n t.
R . D. S T O N E , V ic e P re sid e n t.

C A R L G. E N G E L K E , C ash ier.
C. D. R A N E Y , A s s t. C ashier.
J. E. R O B E R T S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
W . F . J A C K S O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.
W . F . R O W E , A s s t. C ashier.
M g r. N o r th A v e . B ranch.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . D. Johnson,
F . A . L ange,
M. S. Sheridan,
R . L, Ston e,
T h e od ore T re c k e r,
F . L. W e y e n b e r g .
E d ga r L . W ood .

E. J. K earney,
A u g . C. Beck,
John D. Bird,
W m . Geo. Bruce,
H u go Deuster,
J. E. E ld red , Jr.,
Edw . A . F arm er,

E S T A B L I S H E D D E C E M B E R 1, 1892.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .
Resources.
L o a n s and d is c o u n t s .. $ 6 ,4 1 7 ,3 9 1
3 ,4 6 8
O v e r d r a f t s ........................
S tate, m u n ic ip a l and
6 5 0 ,1 9 5
oth er b on d s ...............
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e r ­
tifica te s o f in d e b te d ­
n e ss,
w ar
sa v in g
c e rtifs.
an d
th r ift
8 7 4 ,9 6 5
sta m p s ...........................
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
7 5 ,2 1 3
cu ritie s ...........................
7 0 ,4 2 4
F u rn itu re an d fixtu res
O th er r e a l e s t a t e
3 2 ,4 0 0
o w n e d ............................
D ue
fro m
a p p roved
8 0 3 ,7 8 5
re se rv e b a n k s . . . . .
8 9 ,5 9 9
D u e fr o m oth e r b a n k s
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
1 3 7 ,6 2 1
an d cash i t e m s ..........
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r ­
2 3 1 .4 3 6
in g h o u se ....................
6 ,4 5 0
G old c o i n ........................ ..
4 4 ,8 9 2
S ilv e r coin .........................
U.
S.
and
n a tio n a l
2 4 5 ,9 3 9
cu rren cy ........................
850
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . .
Advances
on lib e r ty
9
4
6
,0
42
l o a n ..................................

T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 0 ,6 3 0 ,6 7 7

72
88
77

90
06
40
00
05
55
76
77
00
70
00
14
68

38

C a p ita l sto c k paid in . $ 1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d .................
C o n tin g e n t r e s e r v e
5 ,0 0 0
f u n d ..................................
R e se rv e fu n d fo r d e prec. on fu rn . and
4 ,6 0 0
fix.........................................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
2 1 2 ,6 8 8
ta x e s .p a id ....................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o s3 3 7 ,3 0 6
i t s .......................................
172
D iv id e n d s unp aid . . . .
In d iv id u a l
d ep osits,
3 ,5 9 3 ,5 9 6
su b je c t to c h e c k . . . .
D em a n d ce rtifica te s o f
1 ,5 0 0
d e p o s i t ............................
T im e
c e rtifica te s
of
4
0
2 ,8 3 3
d e p o sit ...........................
2 ,1 7 4 ,3 3 4
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........
2 3 ,0 5 6
Certified c h e c k s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t6 6 ,1 0 3
s t a n d i n g ........................
In te r im c e rtifica te d e 1 5 ,6 9 5
p o sit a c c o u n t ............
N o te s and b ills re d is 7 9 3 ,6 0 0
cou n ted ........................
3 5 0 ,0 0 0
B ills p a y a b le .................
R e se rv e d fo r ta x e s and
3 0 ,7 4 0
in te re st .........................
4 0 0 ,0 0 0
B o n d s b o rro w e d ..........
W a r lo an d e p osit a c 4 0 2 ,5 3 1
cou n t ................................
V ic to r y lo an d ep osit
6 1 6 ,9 1 8
ac c o u n t ...........................

00
00

T o t a l ...................... $ 1 0 ,6 3 0 ,6 7 7

38

00
00
87
76
00
91
00
62
16
16
08
30
00
00
85
00
55
12

259

R E P O R TS OF STATE BANKS

Milwaukee— Badger State Bank.
G U S T A V R E I N K E , President.
C. L . R O L O F F , Vice President.
J O H N J. O’C O N N E L L , 2nd V ice Pres.

G ustav Reinke,
A u g u st Neudling,
Carl F . Busacker,
H . Schum acher,
H erm an K rienitz,
R ichard Hoeppner,

A . E. F R A N C K E , Cashier.
E. W . L E IC H T F U S S , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. L . Roloff,
F . C. Schultz,
J. J. O’Connell,
Charles Klabunde,
Oscar J. H . Sem m ann,
W m . A. Tharinger.

E S T A B L IS H E D

NOVEM BER

4, 1907.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . . $ 1 ,5 6 5 ,5 9 5
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
4 ,4 3 6
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r bonds .................
8 2 5 ,7 0 0
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
5 6 ,6 8 1
S to c k s and oth er s e ­
c u ritie s ...................
6 ,3 0 0
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
2 0 ,0 0 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
3 ,0 0 0
O th er re al e sta te ow n ed
5 ,7 0 0
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
4 1 ,6 0 7
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m fe d e ra l r e ­
s e rv e b a n k .................
1 1 5 ,3 9 7
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
913
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
7 8 ,4 1 1
G old c o i n .............................
1 ,7 5 0
S ilv e r coin ...........................
8 ,5 8 3
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..............
4 5 ,7 6 0
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
4 ,0 9 0
W a r s a v in g s c e rtifica te s
5 ,4 2 0
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 2 ,7 8 9 ,3 4 6

11
22
65

21
00
00
00
00
41
li

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
$ 2 0 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
1 0 ,0 0 0
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
5 0 ,4 4 6
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ................
7 4 8 ,8 8 6
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
1 0 3 ,9 2 6
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............ 1 ,4 2 3 ,0 7 1
C ertified c h e c k s ............
224
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
1 1 ,4 3 7
P o sta l s a v in g s ..............
3 ,3 5 2
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted ...........................
1 8 5 ,0 0 0
B ills p a y a b le ....................
5 0 ,0 0 0
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
3 ,0 0 0

00
00
60
70
61
95
44
41
90
00
00
00

52
38
00
51
0(
41
00
61

T o ta l

$ 2 ,7 8 9 ,3 4 6

61

260

R E P O R T O E T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

Milwaukee— Bay View Commercial Savings Bank.
E D W A R D A . F A R M E R . P re sid e n t.
F . W . N IL E S , C a sh ier.
R. L. S T O N E , V ic e P re sid e n t.
F . J. A W A N N , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
E d w a rd A . F a rm e r,
'
E d ga r L. W ood,
R . L . Ston e,
F . W . N ile s,
E. J. K e a r n e y ,
W . P. W e s te n b e r g .
M. S. Sheridon,
E S T A B L I S H E D M A R C H 2, 1918.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 9 9 3 ,4 6 3
O v e r d r a f t s .......................
2 ,1 2 4
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
4 2 ,4 2 2
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s of in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d th r ift s t a m p s .. .
3 6 ,6 1 1
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s.
6 ,2 1 4
D ue fr o m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
7 3 ,4 9 0
C h ec k s on o th e r b a n k s
316
an d cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ................................
262
S ilv e r c o i n ..........................
3 ,7 4 0
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ............ ..................... • 4 0 ,5 3 5
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
1 ,1 0 8
A d v a n c e on lib e r ty loan
2 ,5 0 0

92
44
95

3i
18
71
71
5C
00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified c-hecks ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
R e se rv e d fo r in t e r e s t ..

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 2 ,8 9 4 20
3 9 3 ,1 9 0 01
6 9 ,4 8 1 48
6 4 5 ,8 2 1 27
1 ,5 8 6 21
4 ,5 6 7 31
1 ,2 5 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00

00
75
0(

T o t a l ............ -._____$ 1 ,2 0 2 ,7 9 0 48

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,2 0 2 ,7 9 0 48

Milwaukee— East Side Bank.
J. G. H I C K C O X , President.
W . I. G R E E N E , Vice President.

W . F . N O L A N , C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
P. W . Dean,
R . K iel.

J. G. H ickcox,
W . I. Greene,
W . F . N olan ,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A T 26, 1916.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s .................. ..
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r if t s ta m p s . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ............
D ue from oth er b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash ite m s . . . . > . .
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a rin g
h o u se ............ : .................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
R e v e n u e s ta m p s ............
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 4 0 1 ,5 9 5 70
726 22
5 1 ,0 9 5

32

1 1 1 ,0 2 2 84
6 ,6 4 8 75
1 2 3 ,4 6 0 04
3 ,5 6 5 85
951 26
1 ,7 8 2 57
1 ,1 6 7 50
2 ,8 1 7 00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
5 ,0 0 0
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ........
1 1 ,9 9 2
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . . ........
3 7 2 ,3 9 6
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
4 8 ,2 2 8
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . . .
1 7 4 ,5 3 6
C ertified ch e ck s ............
278
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
1 ,9 1 4
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
cou n ted ...........................
2 8 ,0 0 0
B ills p a y a b le ....................
3 0 ,0 0 0
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
1 ,0 0 0

00
00
50
43
97
59
57
86
00
00
00

1 7 ,9 1 2 00
569 87
33 00
$ 7 2 3 ,3 4 7 92

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

$ 7 2 3 ,3 4 7 92

R E PO R T S OE STATE BANKS

261

Milwaukee— Home Savings Bank.
F A U S T I N P R IN Z , P re sid e n t.
M I C H A E L B. W E L L S , C a sh ier.
M IC H A E L B. W E L L S , V ic e P re s.
A L F R E D P R IN Z , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A lb e r t F roed e,
C h as. J. P oe tsch ,
F a u s tin P rin z,
M ic h a e l B. W e lls ,
J u liu s G oetz,
H u g o Z ed ier.
G e o rg e D u rn er,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 19, 1911.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts . . . . . . . . . . . .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth er bonds ..................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g c e rtifs.
and t h r i f t , s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s .
D ue fro m ap p ro v e d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ..................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
G old c o i n ...................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ............ .....................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........•
T o t a l ........................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 6 6 9 ,3 7 8 53
108 48
3 2 ,2 2 3

25

3 6 ,0 7 3 00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,5 0 0 00
6 3 ,3 2 3 09
300 00
962 50
3 ,1 2 8 65

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e c e rtifica tes o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p osits . . . . . .
C ertified c h e c k s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
R e se rv e d fo r ta x e s and
in te re st ...................
D isc o u n ts co llec te d but
n o t earn ed ...................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 1 ,6 0 5

66

3 0 2 ,6 9 1 03
1 1 4 ,3 9 7 3l
3 4 7 ,0 8 0 12
338 50
7 ,9 9 4

05

5 ,8 2 2 25
6 ,5 2 5 46

2 8 ,0 0 2 00
454 89
$ 8 5 6 ,4 5 4 39

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

$ 8 5 6 ,4 5 4 39

Milwaukee— Kilboum State Bank.
F. L. K U N K E L , P re sid e n t.
J. H . W E B E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.

F. E. W A L B E R , C a sh ier.
E D W I N S C H U L Z , A s s t. C ashier.
A . M O H R H O S E R , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
V a l G e rh a rd t,
F . L. K u n k e l,
J. H . W e b e r ,
F . E . W a lb e r ,
C h as. Som m.erfield,
M . J. G ru e sch o w ,
Joseph M ille r,
C h as. F re y ,
Geo. B a u er.
J. E. D irk ,
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 27, 1915.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s ............
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b an k ’s . . . . . . . .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s . . . . . .
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................. ..............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ............ .....................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 5 1 7 ,3 9 7 80
86 96

C a p ita l sto c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
2 6 9 ,7 9 2 04
ta x e s p aid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
3 9 ,5 7 2 00 T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
3 ,0 0 0 00
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
5 3 ,2 3 4 17 C ertified c h e c k s . . . . . .
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ..........................
1 ,8 7 9 25
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
4 0 ,8 2 5 43 L ia b ilitie s o th e r than
1 ,9 1 5 01
th o se a b o v e s t a t e d ..
2 ,1 0 8 00.

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00

10,000 00
1 0 ,2 7 6 73
3 4 4 ,3 9 4

10

5 5 ,8 9 7 50
4 6 6 ,4 1 0 70
63 75
1 5 ,9 6 5 84
5 ,0 0 0 00
7 98

2 7 ,2 7 5 00
930 95
$ 9 5 8 ,0 1 6 6

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

$ 9 5 8 ,0 1 6 60

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REPORT

O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Milwaukee— Marshall & Ilsley Bank.
JO H N C A M P B E L L , P re s id e n t.
J. H. P U E L IC H E R . V ic e P r e s id e n t

F. X . B O D D E N . A sst. C ash ier.
H. J. P A IN E , A sst. C ash ier.
J. E. JO N E S, A sst. C ash ier.

G .aA d R E U SS,r ’2nd V ic e P re s id e n t.

Jas. K . Ils le y ,
J o h n C a m p b e ll,
J. H. P u e lic h e r ,
W m . S. M a rsh a ll,
R o b t . N. M cM yn n ,

D IR E C T O R S .
J. H. T w e e d y , Jr.,
G u s ta v R e u ss ,
A lb e r t F. G allu n ,
J. O. F ra n k ,
A. P. W o o d s o n .

E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L 22, 1847.
In corporated as a State B an k D ecem ber 31, 1887.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts . . $ 1 3 ,8 7 3 ,6 0 1
O v e r d r a f t s ........................
5 ,5 2 5
S tate, m u n ic ip a l and
oth e r b on d s ...............
3 ,1 9 0 ,0 5 5
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e r tifica te s o f in d e b te d n ess, w a r sav . c e rtifica tes and th r ift
sta m p s ...........................
1 ,6 6 5 ,2 5 4
S to c k s and oth e r s e c u r i t i e s ...........................
1 2 8 ,0 6 3
B ankin g- h ou se ............
3 9 2 ,0 6 0
F u rn itu re and fixtu res
9 ,8 0 1
O th er
re al
e sta te
ow ned
...........................
3 7 ,3 8 5
Due fro m ap p rove d re se rv e b a n k s ...............
3 ,1 0 4 ,1 1 2
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s
2 8 ,3 1 0
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ..........
4 4 9 ,0 3 7
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r 6 9 9 ,7 2 2
in g h ou se ....................
Gold coin ...........................
2 ,6 5 5
S ilv e r c o i n ........................
30,879
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u rre n c y .............................
3 0 5 ,8 2 9
7 ,3 4 1
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . .
D ue fro m U. S. tr e a s u r e r ..................................
6 ,0 0 0
L ia b ilitie s o f c u s to m ers a /c a c c e p t a n c e ..
6 3 ,2 5 0
V ic to r y n o te s n e t . . . .
1 4 6 ,0 0 1
O th er a s s e ts .................
1 1 6 ,2 3 7
T o ta l ......................$ 2 4 ,2 6 1 ,1 2 3


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s

03
45

C a p ita l s to c k p aid in . $ 1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
Su rplu s fu n d .................
1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
07
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
1 7 6 ,0 6 9 39
ta x e s paid ...................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits ....................................
2 ,9 0 4 ,4 8 6 84
D iv id e n d s unpaid . . . .
66 50
52 Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ...............
7 ,9 2 8 ,0 0 0 09
04 T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e p o sit ................................
49
1 ,4 7 9 ,5 4 6 15
7 ,5 4 3 ,4 9 4 63
73 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ..........
C ertified ch e ck s ..........
1 4 ,3 9 0 74
13 C a sh ie r ’s c h e c k s o u ts t a n d i n g ........................
1 2 9 ,3 3 4 83
29 P o sta l s a v i n g s ...............
3 9 ,0 6 0 68
03 N o te s and b ills r e d is cou n ted ........................
4 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
52 B ills p a y a b le .................
1 ,4 2 4 ,5 5 0 00
A c c e p ta n c e s .................
6 3 ,2 5 0 00
80 R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . .
5 2 ,1 1 6 57
00 O th er re se rv e f u n d s ..
1 0 6 ,7 5 6 71
75
00
20
Of
00

p
69
13

T o ta l . . . 1............ $ 2 4 ,2 6 1 ,1 2 3

13

R E PO R TS OF STATE BANKS

263

Milwaukee— Merchants and Farmers State Bank.
F R A N K C. F IS C H E R , P re sid e n t.
F R A N K S E E M A N N . SR ., V ice Pres.

Frank C. Fischer,
Ferdinand H ahm ,
F ran k Seemann, Sr.,
W . Sievers, Sr.,

G. G. F IS C H E R , C a sh ier.
A R M IN G R Ü N E W A L D , A s s t. Cash.

D IR E C T O R S .
W a lte r F . K irchoff,
Edw in J. K raus,
H erm an Radke.

E S T A B L IS H E D

DECEM BER

3, 1910.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rce».

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts . .........................
S tate,
m u n icip a l
and
o th e r bonds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
sa v in g - c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . . . .
F u rn itu re an d fix tu r e s.
O th er real e sta te ow n ed
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and c a sh i t e m s ............
G old c o i n .....................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ........................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s . , . . .
O th e r a sse ts .................
A d v a n c e on v ic to r y li b ­
e rty lo a n ......................

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 9 4 1 ,0 0 4 63
34 63
2 6 1 ,4 2 6 63

9 6 ,9 6 2 10
927
1 6 ,0 4 2
6 ,9 3 0
8 ,9 8 8
1 7 8 ,6 1 3

50
31
59
12
23

1 ,7 4 7 35
3 ,0 2 2 50
3 ,1 1 4 30

$ 6 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 3 ,0 0 0 00
2 4 ,3 7 0 24
,416,185 97
8 4 ,8 0 8 65
8 9 4 ,5 3 7 74
1 ,8 2 2 00
1 6 ,6 8 4 62
8 ,3 5 3 00
8 ,6 1 1 35
1 0 ,2 8 7 33

1 7 ,8 7 6 00
872 32
4 ,4 8 0 61
1 ,6 1 8 09

T o ta l ........................ $ 1 ,5 4 3 ,6 6 0 90


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s an d
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits . ... . . .
C ertified c h e c k s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
s ta n d in g ...........................
Special d e p o sits ............
W a r loan d e p osit a / c . .
R e se rv e d fo r ta x e s an d
in te re st ...........................

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,5 4 3 ,6 6 0 90

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REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Milwaukee— Merchants & Manufacturers Bank of Milwaukee.
W . F . M Y E R S , President.
H.
P. A N D R A E , V ice President.

L. M. Alexander,
T.
H . Spence,
Fred Doepke,
Judson G. Rosebush,
B.
V . D ela H unt,
H.
J. W o o d ,
G.
F. R u ez,

B. V . D E L A H U N T , Cashier.
F R A N K B R A N D , A sst. Cashier.
J. K . E D S A L L , A s s t. C a sh ier.'

D IR E C T O R S .
E. C. Knoernschild,
W . F . M yers,
H . P. Andrae,
G. J. A . Trostel,
H askel N oyes,
W . H . Park.

E S T A B L IS H E D

JULY

19, 1906.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . . $ 2 , 0 1 7 , 1 5 8
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
161
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
2 9 8 ,6 5 8
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
sa v in g - c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
4 7 ,8 2 4
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . . . .
1 1 5 ,0 0 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s .
2 5 ,0 0 0
O th er real e sta te ow ned
2 2 ,2 8 1
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
3 7 7 ,1 4 3
D ue fr o m oth er b a n k s .
1 0 5 ,6 0 0
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
4 ,0 6 4
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
house ................................
6 6 ,8 8 3
G old coin .............................
1 3 ,0 0 5
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
8 ,3 3 8
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
5 7 ,3 3 3
re n c y ..............
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
2 ,5 5 6
T o t a l ........................ $ 3 ,1 6 1 ,0 0 9


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

76
74
00

29
00
00
70
66
0.
38
79
00
20

C a p ita l sto c k paid in .
$ 4 0 0 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s fu n d ................... ~
8 0 ,0 0 0
U ndivided p rofits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
3 4 ,8 5 1
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
6 1 ,3 8 7
D iv id en d s u n p a i d ..........
148
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ............
1 ,6 2 6 ,6 7 9
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
1 2 8 ,0 7 4
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
6 3 8 ,8 4 9
C ertified c h e c k s ............
9 ,7 6 9
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
1 8 ,7 8 4
B ills p a y a b le ....................
1 4 0 ,0 0 0
R e se rv e d fo r ta x e s and
6 ,1 3 3
in te re st ...........................
U n earn ed d isc o u n t . . .
1 6 ,3 3 0

00
00
23
4,
00
72
90
99
87
35
00
16
54

00
60
21

T o t a l ........................ $ 3 ,1 6 1 ,0 0 9

21

R E PO R TS OF STATE BANKS

265

Milwaukee— Mitchell Street State Bank.
J O H N T. J O H N S O N , President.
F R A N K J. G R U T Z A , Cashier.
S Y L . J. W A B I S Z E W S K I , Vice Pres.
D IR E C T O R S .
Syl. J. W abiszew ski,
A . E . M artin,
J. M. Schneider,
Chas. M iksch,
A . P. K unzelm ann,
John T. Johnston,
F rank Grutza,
Joseph T. Esser.
E S T A B L I S H E D A P R I L 19, 1907.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
IT. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
W ar
sa v in g - c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
c u ritie s .............................
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
O th e r re a l e sta te o w n ed
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and c a sh it e m s ............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y .............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
A c c ru e d in te re st . . . . . .
S h ort tim e s e c u r i t ie s ..

L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 7 6 0 ,4 4 3 60
2 ,9 4 6 80
6 7 4 ,6 0 4 43

2 6 6 ,5 7 4 7f
1 ,5 3 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 9 0 51
2 5 9 ,1 8 7

95

6 ,4 5 4 25
1 ,7 6 0 00
8 ,3 5 0 00
6 8 ,0 4 7
1 ,0 7 0
3 ,3 0 7
4 8 2 ,6 7 9

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
1 0 ,0 0 0
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ......................
3 1 ,7 9 9
D ue to b a n k s— d e p osits
2 ,0 0 0
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
5 7 5 ,0 6 8
D em a n d ce rtifica te s of
d e p osit .............................
1 3 7 ,3 6 4
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............ 1 ,7 3 5 ,8 5 2
C ertified c h e c k s ............
1 ,0 6 8
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s
o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
1 2 ,7 9 8
R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
1 1 ,0 9 4

00
00
83
00
03
45
50
20
20
97

00
47
36
05

T o t a l ........................ $ 2 ,5 6 7 ,0 4 6 18

T o t a l ........................ $ 2 ,5 6 7 ,0 4 6 18

Milwaukee— Milwaukee Commercial Bank.
A L F R E D K A Y . P re sid e n t.
B U R N E P O L L O C K , C a sh ier.
p a u l H a m m e r s m i t h , v i c e Pres.
W M . C. A H L H A U S E R , 2nd V ic e P res.
D IR E C T O R S .
A lfr e d K a y ,
M a tt J. G u en th er,
P a u l H a m m e rsm ith ,
B u rn e P o llo c k ,
W m . C. A h lh a u se r,
T h e o d o re E rn st.
E S T A B L I S H E D M A Y 24, 1919.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
Resources.
Lia Iti Iil les.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s .. .
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h ou se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 3 7 9 ,3 9 4 75

9 ,9 8 0 72
1 9 ,8 7 2 64
2 5 ,8 5 3

89

265 77
1 2 ,4 0 1 94
545 00
1 ,8 7 5 35

C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit .....................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Certified c h e c k s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...................
B ills p a y a b le ....................

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

3^

19'7,765 13
2 2 ,9 7 1 50
7 9 ,8 9 7 18
1 ,3 1 8 53
1 3 ,4 5 6 67
4 8 ,0 0 0 00

1 3 ,5 5 5 01
1 ,0 2 0 25
$ 4 6 4 ,7 6 5 3 1

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

$ 4 6 4 ,7 6 5 31

266

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K I N G

Milwaukee—North Avenue State Bank.
F . A . L O C H N E R , C ash ier.
W M . F . C O E R P E R , P re sid e n t.
G E O . E. B A L D A U F , V ic e P resid en t. E. O. P E R S C H B A C H E R , A s s t. Cash.
A . J. L A N G H O L F F , 2nd V ic e Pres.
J. A . C H IV E S , A s s t. C a sh ier.
J. M. W O L F , 3rd V ic e P re sid e n t.

Geo. L. B a ld a u f,
J. H . B in n e y,
J. C. C oerper,
W m . F . Coerper,
John D ie r c k sm e ie r,
W m . C. G aren s,
A . H . H a m m e tte r ,
W m . P. H u g ,

D IR E C T O R S .
F . W . K a u fm a n ,
A . J. Langholff,
F . A . L och n e r,
E . L . M ohr,
A lb e r t S chultz,
John S tu esser,
J. M. W o lf .

E S T A B L IS H E D

SEPTEM BER

2, 1911.

S tatem en t N o ve m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d is c o u n ts .. .$ 1 , 1 8 0 , 9 3 8
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
477
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
2 8 7 ,2 9 8
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving- c e rtifs.
an d t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
1 8 6 ,4 0 0
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
3 1 ,2 5 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
1 2 ,0 0 4
O th er re a l e sta te ow n ed
1 2 ,5 0 0
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rve b a n k s .................
9 1 ,1 5 4
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
an d cash it e m s ............
5 ,7 1 0
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
5 3 ,8 6 3
G old c o i n ................
3 ,9 2 0
5 ,0 8 3
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
* U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y ............................. . .
3 2 ,5 7 4
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
1 ,8 2 3
S a fe
d e p o sit
d e p a r t­
m e n t ..................................
8 ,0 0 0
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

64
75
21

00
00
43
00
35
99

L ia b ilitie s .
C apita] sto c k paid i n . .
Su rplu s fu n d ....................
U n d ivid e d profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid .........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ...................... ..

S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ...........
Certified c h e c k s ............
C a sh ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
R e se rv e d fo r ta x e s and
in te re st ...........................

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 8 ,2 4 5 14
7 3 2 ,9 7 2

66

1 8 3 ,9 9 0

r

797,323 07
666 63
3 3 ,7 6 9

57

2 1 ,0 3 0 68

06
00
01
00
86
00

$ 1 ,9 1 2 ,9 9 8 30

T o ta l

$ 1 ,9 1 2 ,9 9 8 30

R E PO R TS OF STATE B A N K S

267

Milwaukee— Park Savings Bank.
J E S S E C A P P O N , President.
A L E X R I T T E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.
A . G. L A N G L O IS , 2nd V ic e Pres.

Jesse Cappon,
A . G. Langlois,
F . W . K em p,
R. W . Reinhold,
H en ry H um holz,
F . G. E x n er,

A . G . L A N G L O IS , C ashier.
F . G. E X N E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
S. P. Crof,
W m . C. Feerick,
A le x Ritter,
. Peter K atres,
Paul Hartung,

E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 29, 1915.

S tatem en t N o vem b er 17, 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
D oans and d isc o u n ts. . .
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u rn itu re an d fix tu r e s.
D ue fr o m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
C h ec k s on oth e r b a n k s
and cash i t e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n ............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

$ 7 4 6 ,8 3 4 19
1 1 1 ,1 2 5

9 5 ,5 4 2 39
1 1 ,0 0 0 00
1 3 ,4 4 6 24
2 8 ,7 5 6 12
25 00
135 05

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 1 ,5 7 8 59
10 00
5 2 9 ,2 4 8 30
6 1 ,0 8 9 58
4 1 6 ,1 7 5 22
203 20
9 ,8 9 6 76

3 3 ,7 6 8 32
1 ,0 3 2 50
4 ,6 6 6 45
4 0 ,0 8 6 00
1 ,7 8 3 42

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,0 8 8 ,2 0 1


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97

L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ital s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
U n divided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ............ ..
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
D em a n d c e rtifica te s o f
d e p o s i t .......... ...................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Certified c h e c k s ............
C a sh ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g .....................

6F

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,0 8 8 ,2 0 1 65

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R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K I N G

Milwaukee—Second Ward Savings Bank.
JOS. E. U IH L E I N , President.
C H A S . C. S C H M ID T . V ice President.
H E N R Y B I E L F E L D , Vice President.
A L B E R T C. E L S E R , V ice President.
J. U. L A D E M A N N , V ice President.
R O B T . A. U IH L E I N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
R. S. P E O T T E R , V ic e P re sid e n t.
, H E N R Y C. Q U A R L E S , V ic e Pres.

Jos. E. Uihlein,
John K rem er,
Chas. C. Schm idt,
H . G. Bielfeld,
Robert A. Uihlein,
W m . B. Uihlein,
A lb . C. Elser,
E rw in C. Uihlein,

G. L. W E I G L E , C a sh ier.
W . G. W H Y T E , A s s t. C ash ier.
M. E. B A U M B E R G E R , A s s t. C ashier.
K U R T M E Y E R , A s s t. C ashier.
A . H . H O R N E F F E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.
F . T. N IC O L U I, A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R . S. P e o tte r ,
F red J. Schroeder,
A lbert H . W einbrenner,
R ussell Jackson,
,T. U. Ladem ann,
H en ry C. Quarles,
G. L . W e ig le ,
G u s ta v W o lla e g e r , Jr.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 1, 1855.
Incorporated as a State B ank January 26, 1866.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.

L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ..!$ 1 7 ,6 2 1 ,6 8 1
O v e r d r a f t s ............
1 6 ,2 8 5
S tate, m u n ic ip a l and
oth e r b on d s . . ,
4 ,3 1 2 ,7 9 1
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e r ­
tifica tes o f in d e b te d ­
n ess, w a r sav . c e r ­
tifica tes and th r ift
sta m p s ...........................
1 ,7 5 5 ,6 4 0
S to c k s and oth e r s e ­
cu ritie s ......................
5 7 ,6 0 3
B a n k in g h o u se ............
4 0 0 ,0 0 0
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s ...............
4 ,6 9 5 ,0 9 8
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s
4 1 ,3 3 2
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s .
1 ,3 6 9 ,8 7 2
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r ­
in g house . .............1 .
4 8 5 ,0 6 6
Gold c o i n ...........................
2 5 ,6 6 7
S ilv e r coin ........................
6 3 ,8 3 5
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ................................
4 6 8 ,8 9 6
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . .
1 7 ,3 0 8
D u e fro m the c o m p ­
tr o lle r o f c i t y ..
1 9 ,5 0 0
In te r e st
earn ed
but
n o t c o llec te d . .
2 0 2 ,5 5 5


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 3 1 ,5 5 3 ,1 3 5

38
76

C a p ita l s to c k paid in . $ 1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
S u rp lu s fu n d .................
1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
R e se r v e a c c o u n ts . . .
2 3 7 ,2 1 1 76
81 U n divid ed profits, less
cu rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid ...................
1 8 5 ,5 4 1 04
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits ....................................
3 ,4 4 3 ,3 1 7 36
80 Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ............... 1 0 ,1 4 5 ,5 8 1 14
00 T im e ce rtifica te s o f d ep o sit ................................
1 ,2 0 2 ,7 0 3 63
00
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . . 1 3 ,9 8 6 ,7 6 5 94
54 C ertified ch e ck s ..........
2 2 ,2 0 5 16
28 C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u ts t a n d i n g ........................
1 2 7 ,4 4 0 06
6T) P o sta l s a v in g s ............
1 7 ,9 9 6 42
S pecial
d e p osits
a /c
67
3 0 ,1 7 3 00
v ic to r y lo an b o n d s.
50 R e se rv e d fo r t a x e s . . .
3 8 ,1 5 5 26
60 U. S. tre a s., w a r lo an
3 1 ,0 2 5 70
d e p osit a /c .................
00 D isc o u n ts
collected
25
8 5 ,0 1 9 28
b u t not e a r n e d ..........
00
51
75

T o ta l ......................$ 3 1 ,5 5 3 ,1 3 5

75

R EPO R TS OP STATE BAN K S

269

Milwaukee— Teutonia Avenue State Bank.
E. W . S T A A D T , P re sid e n t.
GUS. A . K IS S IN G E R . C a sh ier.
A. E. S C H U N K , V ic e P re sid e n t.
J O H N E. S T R U S S E R , A s s t. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . G. N e tte r.
E . W . S ta a d t,
F . W . K a u fm a n ,
G us. A . K is s in g e r ,
Geo. K a u l,
A . E. Sch u n k ,
C h as. E lk e r t,
E d w . R a d tk e .
C h as. C- S taa d t,
E S T A B D IS H E D D E C E M B E R 24, 1914.

S tatem en t N o ve m b e r 17. 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
S tate,
m u n icip al
and
oth er bond s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
Due fro m ap p rove d r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth er b a n k s
an d cash it e m s ............
G old c o i n ....... ....................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r­
re n c y .............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s . . . . .

$ 4 9 3 ,5 6 7 94
4 54
3 5 6 ,6 1 2 30

1 7 3 ,5 5 0 00
1 2 ,5 0 0 00
6 ,5 3 1 84
4 8 ,5 5 2 38
2 7 ,8 9 2 67
377 50
2 ,5 7 3 00

L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ita l sto c k paid i n . .
$ 5 0 ,0 0 0
Su rp lu s fu n d ...................
1 0 ,0 0 0
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p aid . . . ...............
2 0 ,7 3 4
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...
3 2 8 ,7 2 2
T im e c e rtifica te s o f d e­
p o sit ..................................
1 1 9 ,2 0 2
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ..........
6 1 5 ,3 2 1
C ertified ch e ck s ............
3 ,8 7 0
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
3 ,0 2 0
V ic to r y lo a n d e p o s its .
735

00
Ou
67
81
14
58
45
28
00

2 8 ,0 8 7 00
1 ,3 5 7 76

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,1 5 1 ,6 0 6 93

T o ta l . . ....................$ 1 ,1 5 1 ,6 0 6

93

Milwaukee—The Union Bank.
J O H N C. K A R E L , P re sid e n t.
D. T. L E I S K , C a sh ier
JOS. M . C R O W L E Y , V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . B. R u b in ,
F . J. W e b e r ,
P e te r E m m e rich ,
John C. K a r e l,
W m . Schroed er,
John R e ic h e rt,
J. J. H a n d le y ,
J. M . C ro w le y ,
S. D. A u stin ,
J. J. E n g e l.
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 1, 1912.

S tatem en t N o vem b er 17, 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
O ther re al e sta te ow n ed
D ue fr o m a p p roved r e ­
se rv e b a n k s .............. .
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
Ch ecks on oth er b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h ou se ................................
G old coin ..............................
S ilv er c o i n ...........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
ren cy ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 4 8 8 ,9 9 7 26
1 ,0 2 1 73
1 1 6 ,2 5 5

53

4 8 ,5 6 0 74
1 9 ,6 6 0 66
8 ,4 0 7 38
4 3 ,8 4 2 11
890 00
7 ,4 2 0

65

2 9 ,9 3 1 86
2 ,6 2 0 00
2 ,7 7 8 00
2 7 ,0 1 1 00
255 61
$ 7 9 7 ,6 5 2 53

L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ital sto c k paid i n ..
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
C o n tin g e n t fu n d ............
U ndivided profits, less
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s paid . . . . . . . . . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified ch e ck s ............
C a sh ie r’s c h e c k s o u t­
sta n d in g ...........................
N o te s and b ills re d is ­
cou n ted ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ....................
R e se rv e d f o r ta x e s and
in te re st . . ......................
R e a l e sta te r e s e r v e .. . .
L ib e r ty bond p a y m e n ts
E x p e n se c h e c k s ............
T o t a l ........................

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,2 0 0 00
3 ,0 5 6

35

3 8 1 ,1 2 6 57
3 8 ,9 4 1 60
2 1 5 ,9 6 5 48
2 ,3 0 1 21
1 0 ,5 1 7 68
1 5 ,5 4 8 25
6 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0
305
5 ,4 2 6
263

00
50
50
39

$ 7 9 7 ,6 5 2 53

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K I N G

270

Milwaukee—West Side Bank.
A D A M G E T T E L M A N , P re s id e n t.
C H A S . J. K U H N M U E N C H . C a sh ier.
G E O R G E K O C H , V ic e P re s id e n t.
H E R B E R T F E E R I C K , A sst. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . G e tte lm a n ,
V . J. S c h o e n e c k e r , Jr..
G eo. K o c h ,
J- A. S c h w a lb a c h ,
V ic t o r S ch litz ,
W . A. Z in n .
O. J. S c h o e n le b e r,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 10, 1893.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k June 30, 1894.
S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n ts . . . $ 2 ,9 8 7 ,7 2 9
9 ,6 7 6
O v e r d r a f t s ............
and
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
8 3 ,2 3 8
oth e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S, c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
saving- c e rtifs.
2 0 0 ,9 0 0
and th r ift s t a m p s .. .
7 ,5 0 0
F u rn itu re an d fixtu res
D ue fro m ap p rove d r e ­
2 9 6 ,0 3 0
se rv e b a n k s .................
C h ec k s on oth e r \b a n k s
1 3 ,2 3 4
an d cash it e m s . . . . . . .
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
1
1 9 ,8 3 2
h o u se ................................
1 3 ,1 0 0
G old c o i n .............................
1 0 ,6 4 7
S ilv e r c o i n ............ ..............
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
re n c y ................... ..............
2 ,4 3 4
N ic k e ls an d cen ts

97
34
50

00
00
12
52
99
00
50

L ia b ilitie s .
$200,000
C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
200,000
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
U ndivided profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
1 8 1 ,4 0 6
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
5 ,3 1 6
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ................. 1 ,8 5 0 ,9 5 4
D em a n d c e rtifica te s of
100
d e p osit .............................
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
5 1 8 ,9 9 5
p o sit . ................................
8 3 6 ,0 8 7
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
4 ,3 2 2
C ertified c h e c k s . . . . . .
C a sh ie r’ s ch e ck s o u t­
4 ,7 8 1
sta n d in g ...........................
R e se rv e d f o r ta x e s and
4 4 ,6 3 2
in te re s t ...........................

00
00
23
46
56

00

55
29

00
56

T o t a l ........................ $ 3 ,8 4 6 ,5 9 6 50

T o t a l ........................ $ 3 ,8 4 6 ,5 9 6 50

Milwaukee—Wisconsin State Bank.
C H R IS T IA N G L A U S, P re s id e n t.
W IL L I A M H. H A S S E , C a sh ier
H A R R Y S. P IG G IN S , V ic e P re s id e n t.
C. A. K A M B E , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J o h n B ru e m m e r,
H e r m a n N oll,
C h r is tia n G lau s,
J o h n H. P au l,
W m . G u te n k u n s t,
E d . E. P la u m ,
W . H. H a sse ,
A u g u s t C. S ehrt.
O sc a r M eh l,
H. S. P ig g in s .
J o h n F. M u c k e r h e id e ,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 8, 1912.
Statem en t N o ve m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u r c e s.
L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .$1 1 9 5 ,3 8 1 87
1 ,7 7 5 30
O v e r d r a f t s ......................

State,

m unicipal

and

o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r if t s t a m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
Due from ap p roved re se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue from oth e r b a n k s .

Checks

on

1 6 3 ,7 9 2 63
2 4 ,1 7 9 90
7 1 ,5 6 7 91
1 2 ,1 5 1 70

oth er banka

an d cash i t e m s ........ . .

E x ch an ges

6 3 2 ,8 0 2 M 4

fo r

3 2 ,8 0 8 27

clea rin g

h o u se ...............................
G old c o i n ...........................
S ilv e r c o i n ............. .............

5 6 ,0 3 6 10
5 ,7 7 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00

r e n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

2 9 ,3 2 2 00
2 ,7 4 5 70

U. S. an d na tion al c u r -

T o t a l ........................ $2, 2 3 4 ,3 3 3


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52

L la b llltle a .

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d

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

U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a id ....................
Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................

$75,000 0«
5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 8 ,4 0 2 66
6 7 9 ,0 1 8 69

T im e certificates o f d e­
2 6 1 ,4 7 6 40
p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ........... 1 1 1 3 ,0 9 0 29
C ertified c h e c k s

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

C ash ier’s
ch eck s
out­
s t a n d in g .........................
D e p o s its a c c o u n t b o n d s
R e s e r v e d f o r ta x e s an d
in te r e s t .........................

1 2 ,5 3 1 26
9 ,5 0 1 47
4 ,8 6 0 00

10,452 75

T o t a l .................. .. .$ 2 ,2 3 4 ,3 3 3 52

271

R E P O R T S OF STATE BANKS

Mindoro— Bank of Mindoro.
R O B E R T PAISLEY, President.
P. GULLICKSON, V ice President.
R o b e rt PaiBley,
P. G ullickson.
C. H. Fischer,
O scar Stetzer,

W M . K E P P E L , C »ih l»r.

DIRECTORS.
D. E. Congdon,
Fred Brow n,
W m . K eppel.

E S T A B L I S H E D J A N U A R Y 26, 1916.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
L ia b ilitie s .
Resources.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
an d t h r ift s t a m p s .. .
B a n k in g house ...............
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
D ue from approved rese rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
Exchanges for clearing
h o u se ...............................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................

$ 1 3 0 ,2 2 0 61
37 12

re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

5 ,7 0 0 00
120 28

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

$ 2 2 8 ,7 7 1 51

U. S. and national cur-

1 6 ,7 8 7 40

2 0 ,0 5 8 50
3 ,2 0 0 00
1 ,9 5 0 00

C a p ita l s to c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 1 2 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,1 0 0 00

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

$ 2 2 8 ,7 7 1 51

4 ,3 3 7 17
6 5 ,8 4 6 21
1 0 6 ,9 3 4 70
3 7 ,5 5 3 43

4 4 ,7 2 7 73
4 ,2 1 0 52
152 20
950 00
657 15

Mineral Point— Farmers and Citizens Bank.
P H I L I P H E W I T T , P re sid e n t.
R . G. W H I T E , V ic e P re sid e n t.

J O H N B . P IT T Z , C ash ier.
E.
G. P E N H A L L E G O N , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P h ilip H e w itt,
W . J.
John B. P ittz .
J acob
Joseph G ra b e r,
E. G.
R.
G. W h ite ,
E S T A B L I S H E D M A R C H 3,

Resource*.
L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
U. S. bonds, U . S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
and t h r ift s ta m p s . . .
B a n k in g h o u se ...............
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fr o m oth er b a n k s .

Checks on other banks

$ 4 1 4 ,5 2 4 03
7 ,1 7 6 30

5 8 ,0 2 4 46

12,200 00
3 ,4 0 0 00
5 0 ,6 0 4 84
193 71

and cash i t e m s ...........

85

h ou se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ...........................

626 45
5 ,1 1 0 00
4 ,4 0 5 95

re n c y ..................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........

1 2 ,5 2 1 00
316 85

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

$ 5 6 9 ,1 0 4 44

Exchanges

for

clearing

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Jenck ,
F ro n tz ,
P e n h a lle g o n .
1910.

L ia b ilitie s .
C a p ita l s to c k paid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ....................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
s ta n d in g ................. ..
L ib e r ty bond a ccou n t.

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

$ 4 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 1 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,5 7 2 22
2 3 3 ,9 3 6 16
2 4 4 ,0 6 8 80
3 0 ,3 4 8 69
708 57
3 ,4 7 0 00

$ 5 6 9 ,1 0 4 44

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OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF

B A N K IN G

Mineral Point— The Iowa County Bank.
J A M E S W . H U T C H IS O N , P re sid e n t.
J O S IA H L A N T O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
E. V. H U T C H IS O N , 2nd V ice Pres.

A. F. B IS H O P , JR ., C a sh ier.
A. V. S H IP M A N , A s s t. C ash ier.
• J. P. H U T C H IS O N , A s s t. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J am es W . H u tch iso n ,
M a tt J a c k so n ,
E. Y . H u tch iso n ,
R . D. J am es,
J osia h L a n y o n ,
M . F . S ch oo l,
E. C. F ie d le r,
L o u is G ra ber.
B. F . P rid e au x ,
E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 1, 1885.
Incorporated as a Siate B ank July 24, 1903.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

L oan s and d is c o u n ts . . . $ 1 ,2 7 3 ,8 0 0
O v e rd r a fts ........................
679
State,
m unicipal
and
oth er bonds .................
2 0 ,6 0 0
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w a r sa v in g s* Certifs.
and t h r ift s t a m p s . . .
1 6 7 ,8 0 0
S to c k s in fe d e ra l r e ­
se rv e b a n k .................
4 ,5 0 0
B anking house .................
2 0 ,0 0 0
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s.
5 ,2 3 5
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
se rve b a n n s .................
3 0 4 ,8 2 8
Checks on other banks
and cash it e m s ............
5 ,2 3 3
E xchanges for clearing
house ...............................
2 ,2 2 4
G old coin .............................
4 ,3 5 2
S ilv e r coin ........................
3 ,1 0 2
U . S. and national cur­
re n c y ................................
1 8 ,3 5 3

74
84
00

00
00
00
85
25

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to ch eck ...............
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified ch e ck s ............
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ........................
V ic to r y loan p a y m e n t.

$ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 2 ,1 8 1

86

8 1 6 ,3 9 9

89

5 9 3 ,1 7 0 54
1 0 7 ,9 7 5 93
44 06
1 1 ,2 6 0 34
1 3 9 ,6 7 8 00

63
11
50
70
00

T o ta l ........................ $ 1 ,8 3 0 ,7 1 0 62

T o ta l ........................ $ 1 ,8 3 0 ,7 1 0 62

Minocqua— Bank of Minocqua.
JO H N

S C H IL L IN G , P re sid e n t.
E lla M. S c h illin g ,
F re d L a n g e ,

E L L A M. S C H IL L IN G , A s s t. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
John Schilling,
T. G. T orp y .

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 4. 1891.
Incorporated as a State B ank June 22, 1903.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s . . .
Furniture and fix tu r e s ..
Due from approved rese rv e b a n k s . . . " j ........
Due from oth er b a n k s
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. and national curren cy ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o ta l ........................


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L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 3 3 ,8 6 3

16

2 ,5 5 0 00
1 ,4 0 0

00

3 5 ,0 4 4 00
2 ,2 8 4 05
4915 00

C a p ital sto c k p aid i n . .
Undivided
profits,
le s s
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Individual deposits, s u b je c t to ch eck ...............
Dem and
certificates of
d e p osit .............................

$ 8 ,5 0 0 00
356 23
5 8 ,5 3 3

71

1 3 ,9 8 8

18

5 ,6 9 0 00
56 91
$ 8 1 ,3 7 8

12

T o ta l ........................

$ 8 1 ,3 7 8 12

R EPO R TS OF STATE BANKS

273

Minong— Farmers State Bank.
G U S T N O R D H O L M , P re sid e n t.
C. F. L A R S O N , V ice President.

L . E. O’C O N N E L L , C a sh ie r
N E L L I E B R A N D , A s s t. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L. E. O’C on n ell,
C. F. Larson,
O. E. S am p son ,
S. W . M asho.
Gust Nordholm,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 17, 1912.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 8 2 ,9 5 3
O v e rd r a fts ........................
361
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and th r ift sta m p s
..
3 ,5 8 2
Stocks and other securi­
ties ....................................
6 ,0 6 5
B anking house .................
1 ,6 0 0
Furniture and fix tu r e s ..
2 ,2 7 2
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
4 ,0 9 5
Checks on other banks
and cash item s ..........
856
S ilv e r coin . ......................
802
U. S. and national cur­
ren cy . . . . . . ........
2 ,7 0 4
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............
13
T o t a l ........................

24
50

10
39
00
00
67
29
45

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
.................
ta x e s paid
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to ch eck ............
Tim e certificates of de­
p o sit ................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits . . . . . .
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ........................
C ash over ...........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,7 5 7

45

5 6 ,8 9 9

12

2 4 ,6 5 4 32
6 ,2 9 8 19
2 ,6 7 9 64
17 92

30
70

$ 1 0 5 ,3 0 6 64

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

$ 1 0 5 ,3 0 6 64

Mishicot— The State Bank.
G.
L. K A R N O F P , President.
H E R M A N STEH N
W M . M U E L L E R , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
Ira Beyer,
Fred W itte,
Jos. Skuor,
Chris. Rhein,
H erm an Stehn,
Fred Eisenm ann,
W m . M ueller,
Peter Rouiler.
G.
L. Karnopp,
E d w . A . E c k a rd t.
A . H olst, .
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 12, 1910.

Cashier.

Statem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O verdrafts! ........................
State,
m unicipal
and
o th e r b on d s .................
IT. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r if t sta m p s . .
Banking house ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Due from approved re­
s e rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fr o m oth e r b a n k s .
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ...............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
U. S. in te re st c o u p o n s. .

$ 2 3 2 ,1 3 4 90
731 38

T o ta l ........................

$ 4 5 5 ,6 6 7 66

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1 4 7 ,3 2 0 00

8 ,6 0 0 00
3 ,7 7 5 00
3 ,0 9 3 57
5 0 ,0 9 1
2 ,4 0 8
1 ,3 0 0
1 ,4 2 0

24
80
00
15

Capital stock paid i n . . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ....................
D iv id e n d s u n p a id ............
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h eck ...............
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit
................................
S a v in g s d e p o s its ............

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 1 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,9 7 2 60
100 00
5 9 ,8 7 7 39
3 5 2 ,0 8 5 18
1 1 ,6 3 2 49

4 ,5 1 5 00
78 94
198 68
T o ta l ........................

$ 4 5 5 ,6 6 7 66

274

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G

Modena— Farmers State Bank.
W M . J E N S E N , President.
A . H . L U R N D A L , V ic e P re sid e n t.

H. C. B R O W N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Sam M eyer,
O scar H itt,
A . H . L u rn d a l.

W m . Jensen,
H a r r y M o a ts,
H . C. Brow n,
H . L. Low e,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 12, 1917.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 19 19.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts ........................
S tate,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b onds ...............
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtific a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
and t h r ift sta m p s . .
B ankin g house .................
F u r n itu r e and fix tu re s.
Due from approved rese rv e b a n k s .................
Checks on other banks
and c a sh ite m s . . . .
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and national curre n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ..........
T o t a l ........................

$ 1 1 2 ,2 5 0 20
315 29
2 ,5 1 5 57

5 ,2 5 7 52

2,049 57
1 ,8 4 6 46
8 ,9 4 4 88
1 ,1 8 3 38
107 50
221 80
6 ,5 1 1 00
86 81
$ 1 4 1 ,2 8 9 98

L ia b ilitie s .
Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
U nd ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a id ....................
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
Individual deposits, sub je c t to c h e c k .................
Dem and certificates of
d e p osit .............................
Tim e certificates of dep o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’s
checks
outsta n d in g ’ ........................
N otes and bills rediscou n ted ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ....................
T o t a l ........................

$10,000 00
2,000 00
166 64

8 78
4 1 ,5 8 8 82
76 95
7 0 ,4 1 3 57
5 ,1 9 7 52
337 70
2 ,5 0 0 00
9 ,0 0 0 00
$ 1 4 1 ,2 8 9 98

Mondovi— Mondovi State Bank.
F R A N K P IE R C E , President.
G EO. B . O R L A D T , V ice President.

E D W . R U P L I N G E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F . Fierce,
H . M . Orlady,
G. B . O rlady,
T. B. W ils o n ,
J. C a n ar,
F rank Carter.
Ole J. W a rd ,
E S T A B L I S H E D N O V E M B E R 1, 1900.

S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 17. 1919.
R esou rces.

L o a n s an d d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a fts ........................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
an d t h r ift sta m p s . .
B ankin g house .................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m o th e r b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s '..........
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............
T o ta l ........................


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L ia b ilit ie s .

$ 1 5 7 ,8 6 4 14
367 59

5 ,3 5 0 00
9 ,8 8 0 00
2 ,6 0 0 00
1 3 ,8 0 6 09
1 1 ,2 4 1 17
3 ,9 9 3 98
587 80

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
U n d ivid ed profits, le ss
c u rren t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individual deposits, s u b ­
je c t to ch eck ...............
T im e ce rtifica te s o f d e ­
p o sit ..................................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Cashier’ s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ........................

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00

T o ta l ...................... ..

$ 2 1 5 ,6 8 0 26

5,900 00
911 00
8 4 ,3 2 9

21

9 9 ,8 8 0 44
1 ,2 4 9 80
409 81

9 ,9 2 9 00
60 49
$ 2 1 5 ,6 8 0 26

R EP O R TS OF STATE B AN K S

275

Monroe— The Citizens Bank.
J. H . D U R S T , C a sh ier.
S A M L . W E N G E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.
C H A S . A . S C H IN D L E R , A s s t.C a s h ie r .

J O H N L U C H S IN G E R , President.
W . J. K N IG H T , V ice President.

John L u c h sin g e r ,
W . W . C h a d w ic k ,
E d. C a rro ll,
J. D. D u n w id d ie ,
L . C. W h ite ,

D IR E C T O R S .
W . J.
F . J.
W . P.
J. H .

E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L

K n ig h t,
B o len d er,
B ragg,
D u rst.

2, 1883.

Statement November 17, 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . . $ 1 ,1 4 0 ,3 1 1
2 ,2 1 5
O v e rd r a fts ........................
State,
m unicipal
and
5 2 ,9 5 9
o th e r b on d s .................
U. S. b on ds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g
c e rtifs.
1 9 0 ,1 1 9
and t h r ift sta m p s . .
4,000
Furniture and fixtu res. .
Due from approved re­
2 2 0 ,0 1 2
se rv e b a n k s .................
1 0 ,9 0 6
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
493
and cash item s . . . . .
E xchanges fo r clearing
9 ,5 6 8
h ou se ................................
1 8 ,6 7 5
G old c o i n .............................
5 ,a i5
S ilv e r coin ........................
U . S. and national cur­
1 0 ,4 2 3
ren cy ................................
705
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............
900
D ue fro m V ic to r y b on d s

01
35
38

90

00

67
86

$100,000 00
50,000 00
4 8 ,5 3 4 10
6 3 ,9 0 5 06
6 7 8 ,4 4 1 77
5 5 5 ,4 1 3 27
1 6 8 ,9 1 1 21
2 ,0 0 0 00

59
20
00

35
00
10
00

T o t a l ........................ $ 1 ,6 6 7 ,2 0 5 41


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L ia b ilitie s .
C apital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ...................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p osits
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h eck ...............
Dem and
certificates o f
d e p o sit .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
C ertified ch e ck s ............

T o t a l .........................$ 1 ,6 6 7 ,2 0 5 41

276

REPORT

OF

THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

OP

B A N K IN G

Monroe— The Commercial & Savings B a n k .*
J O H N G E T T IN G S , P re sid e n t.
J. B. H E E R E N , C a sh ier.
A. C. T R A C H S E E , V ic e P re sid e n t.
P. J. M O S E R . A s s t. Cashier,
C. W . B E N N E T T , 2nd V ic e P re sid e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . C. T ra c h se l,
C. W . B e n n e tt.
J o sh u a K la s s y , Sr.,
J acob E lm e r,
John G e ttin g s ,
J. L . S h erron,
A lv in F . R o te ,
J acob B e n k e r t,
J oseph T ru m p y ,
Ed. T . K u n d e rt.
E S T A B L I S H E D D E C E M B E R 14, 1903.

Statement November 17, 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e rd r a fts ........................
State,
m unicipal
and
otn er b onds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d e b te d n ess,
w ar s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift sta m p s . .
Stocks and other securi­
ties .......................................
B a n k in g h ou se ...............
Furniture and fixtu res. .
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash item s ..........
E xchanges for clearing
h o u se ................................
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ...................... ..
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ...............................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ............
T o ta l

I
M o b ilitie s .
$ 5 8 8 ,4 4 4 9 1 1 Capital stock paid i n . . .
468 35 j Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
9 4 ,9 1 3 65 1
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
Due to b a n k s — d e p osits
Dividends u n p a i d ..............
4 4 ,3 2 7 89 Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to ch e c k ...............
239 24 Dem and certificates of
2 8 ,0 0 0 00
d e p o sit ..............................
10,000 00 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............
Certified c h e c k s ............
5 4 ,9 7 6 48 C a sh ie r’s ch e ck s o u t­
1 ,2 8 7 62
sta n d in g . . ....................

$

100,000 00

20,000 00

1 5 ,4 5 7 90
6 6 ,1 6 7 17

18 00

4 0 4 ,2 9 5 97
1 4 6 ,5 9 4 08
8 5 ,5 9 3 88

50 00

1 ,9 2 9

92

2 ,3 4 3 39
1 ,3 1 4 12
3 ,6 0 5 00
1 ,1 1 2 95

8,868 00
205 32
$ 8 4 0 ,1 0 6 92

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

$ 8 4 0 ,1 0 6 92

Montello— The Montello State Bank.
C. A. JU ST , P re sid e n t.
W . F . C U R R IE , C ashier.
T.
W . W H IT S O N , V ic e P re sid e n t.
F R E D W . R ANSOM , A sst
D IR E C T O R S .
C. A . J u st,
M . M. S m art,
A . H . W e t la u f e r ,
J. H . K e m p le y ,
W . F . C u rrie,
John W in c e ll.
T.
W . W h its o n .
E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 26, 1900.

C a sh ie r

Statement November 17. 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e rd r a fts ........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r b onds ..................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d eb ted n ess,
w ar
s a v in g c e rtifs.
an d th r if t sta m p s . .
Furniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s . . . . . . . .
Checks on other banks
an d cash ite m s ..........
G old c o i n ................
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............
In te r n a l reven u e sta m p s
T o ta l


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$ 2 8 1 ,5 6 5 26
1 ,4 3 9 09
1 7 6 ,1 0 0 00

1 4 ,0 8 5 00

1,500 00

3 7 ,8 1 9

42

1 ,8 3 5 51
2 ,9 3 2 50
997 70

L ia b ilitie s .
Capital stock paid in ...
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid .................
D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h eck ............
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ................................
S a v in g s d e p o sits ----------Cashier’ s
checks
out­
sta n d in g .......................

$40,000 00
10,500 00
5 ,8 6 3 55
36 00
1 2 6 ,2 4 5

03

3 0 0 ,9 8 7 32
3 3 ,5 4 5 02
7 ,9 0 2

59

6 ,6 4 8 00
137 03
20 00
$ 5 2 5 ,0 7 9 51

T o ta l

$ 5 2 5 ,0 7 9 51

R E PO RTS OF STATE BANKS

277

Montfort— Citizens State Bank.
H E R M A N T R A N K L E , P re sid e n t.
’ D A V I D J A M E S , C ash ier.
W M . F. D I V A L L , V ic e P re sid e n t.
J. C. M A S O N , A s s t. C a sh ie r.
D IR E C T O R S .
H e r m a n T r a n k le ,
.
W m . F . D i V a il,
John D ra v e s,
John K r a m e r ,
E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L 5, 1905.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.

L iabilif ies.

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s ...........................
State,
m unicipal
and
oth e r bonds .................
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s o f in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g c e rtifs.
an d th r ift sta m p s . .
B anking house .................
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.
Other real estate ow ned.
Due from approved re­
se rve b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
and cash ite m s ..........
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ..........................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............
R e v e n u e and w a r s a v ­
in g sta m p s ....................

$ 2 9 1 ,2 9 9 04
1 ,6 6 3 53

T o ta l ........................

$ 3 7 3 ,7 8 1 46

800 00

3 0 ,3 5 0
1 ,5 0 0
4 ,1 8 5
1 0 ,0 0 0

00
00
50
00

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Su rplu s fu n d ...................
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
D iv id e n d s unp aid . . . . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to ch eck ...............
Tim e certificates o f de­
p o sit ............ .....................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ............

$ 10, 000

00

5 ,5 0 0 001 ,0 7 0 51
378 00
1 2 9 ,8 8 3 04
2 1 7 ,8 8 9 61
9 ,0 6 0 30

1 9 ,5 1 2 58
2 ,5 8 0 45
3 ,7 7 1 63
87 50
1 ,2 7 8 35
6 ,4 3 7 00
121 23
194 65
T o ta l ........................

$ 3 7 3 ,7 8 1 46

M ontfort— M ontfort State Bank.
T. R . W E B S T E R , P re sid e n t.
A. F D A V I D , V ic e P re sid e n t.

C. K . S T E P H E N S , C a sh ier.
T. M. W E B S T E R , A s s t. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. K . Step h en s,
A . F . D av id ,
B. L. W a lk e r ,
W m . S ch u ster,
T. R . W e b s te r ,
T . M. W e b s te r .
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R , 1882.
Incorporated as a State Bank F ebruary 17, 1892.
P rivate B ank M ay 1, 1900.
Incorporated as a State B ank the second time July 30, 1903.
S ta t e m e n t N o v e m b e r 1 7 , 1 9 1 9 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a fts ............ ............
U. S. bonds, U. S. c e rtifi­
c a te s of in d ebted n ess,
w a r s a v in g c e rtifs.
and th r ift s ta m p s „.
B a n k in g house ...........
Furniture and fix tu r e s ..
Due from approved re­
se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s .
Checks on other banks
an d cash item s ..........
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ......................
U. S. and national cur­
re n c y ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............
R e v e n u e sta m p s ............
E x p e n se ac c o u n t ..........

$ 1 4 6 ,0 6 3 56
2 ,0 3 7 06

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

$ 1 8 6 ,5 0 1 67


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1 0 ,7 3 0 42
5 ,6 2 5 00
2 ,4 3 0 00
1 2 ,7 7 0 27
2 ,3 0 0 00

Capital stock paid
i n ...
Surplus fund ......................
Individual deposits, su b ­
je c t to ch eck ...............
Demand certificates o f
d e p osit .............................
•S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ..........
Cashier’s
checks
out­
sta n d in g ........................
N otes and bills redis­
cou n ted ...........
Bills payable . . . . . . . . . .

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
5 3 ,4 0 4

66

7 8 ,6 6 7 42
3 ,4 3 7 39
42 20
1 6 ,9 5 0 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00

1 ,4 0 3 65
100 00
385 00
2 ,0 0 5
24
90
536

00
48
78
45
T o t a l ........................

$ 1 8 6 ,5 0 1 67

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REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G

Monticello— Bank of Monticello.
J. C. F R E I T A G , P re sid e n t.
J A C O B W I T T E N W Y L E R , V ic e . P res.

H.
O. B a b le r,
J acob W it t e n w y le r ,
J. C. F r e ita g ,
J. C. S te in m a n ,

H . O. B A B L E R , C a sh ier.
J. W . B A R L O W , A s s t. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E d. W it t w e r ,
Nie. F r e ita g ,
W . A . L o v e la n d .

E S T A B L I S H E D A P R I L 16, 1896.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R esou rces.
L ia b ilit ie s .
L o a n s and d isc o u n ts. . .
$ 5 8 5 ,3 6 3 65 Capital stock paid i n . . .

O v e r d r a fts ........................
S ta te,
m u n ic ip a l
and
oth e r b on d s .................
B ankin g house .................

Due fro m

a p p roved

896 60

1 0 0 ,9 7 0 00

3,0 00 00

re-

se rv e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m oth e r b a n k s .

C hecks

on

1 3 9 ,2 4 9 02
3 ,4 6 3 24

oth er banks

and cash ite m s ..........
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ................................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ............

271 43
515 00
1 ,5 9 0 20

$40,000 00

S u rp lu s fund
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ......................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o sits
D iv id e n d s u n p a id ..........
Individual deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k .................
Demand
certificates o f
d e p osit .............................
S a v in g s d e p osits ..........

1 2 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,6 6 7 82
4 ,4 4 5 42
480 00
3 2 5 ,8 0 6 65
4 0 3 ,6 1 7 94
4 5 ,5 4 9 91

5 ,1 3 9 00
109 60

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

$ 8 4 0 ,5 6 7

74

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

$ 8 4 0 ,5 6 7 74

Morrisonville— Morrisonville State Bank.
J O H N R. C A L D W E L L , P re sid e n t.
T. H . M A IR , V ic e P re sid e n t.

John R . C a ld w e ll,
N.
L. H u se b o e,

W . J. R A U P , Cashier
R . j . C A L D W E L L , A s s t.

C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
T. H . M air.

E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 2, 1902.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 17, 1919.
R e so u rc e s.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$ 1 8 2 ,1 7 8 81
O v e r d r a f t s .............
883
83
S tate,