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T W E N T Y -T H IR D A N N U A L R E P O R T

OF T H E

C ommissioner

of

Banking

ON

State Banks, Mutual Savings Banks and
Trust Companies

OF W ISCO N SIN
S H O W IN G T H E C O N D IT IO N OF A L L S T A T E B A N K S , M U T U A L S A V ­
IN G S B A N K S , T R U S T C O M P A N Y B A N K S , A N D N A T IO N A L
B A N K S IN T H E S T A T E A T T H E C L O S E OF B U S I­


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N E S S N O V E M B E R 20, 1917.

MADISON, WISCONSIN
DEMOCRAT PRINTING COMPANY, STATE PRINTER
1918

ROSTER OF THE STATE BANKING DEPARTMENT

A. E.
W.
A.

K uolt,

Commissioner of Banking______________ Kenosha

H . R ic h a r d s ,

H.

E.

C. F.
J.

Examiner

Belmont

Examiner

Blair

Examiner

Berlin

R . E m erson,

T h o s . H e r r e id ,
S tedm an,

Schwenker,

R. H ayes,

C. W.

F a r l in ,

Chas.

T.

B. M.

B ackus,

Examiner

Shape,

Thiensville
Madison

Examiner

Milwaukee

Examiner-

Madison

Examiner

Kaukauna

Building and Loan Examiner

Lancaster

B urne P ollock,

G. W.

J a m ie s o n ,

C. W.

R h o d es,

Assistant Examiner

Clerks” - -

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La Crosse

Examiner

K ow alke,

J e n n ie

Examiner

Examiner

E ugene W u lff,

W. J.

Deputy Commissioner_____ Black River Falls

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Shullsburg
vA*_*3padison

Clerk____ ___________________ ____ Madison

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CONTENTS
Page
Introduction ...................................................... • • ..........................................................

0

General Condition .........................................................................................................

5

N ew B anks

7

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

Increase in Capital ....................................................................................................... 7 -8
Charters E x t e n d e d ........................................................................................................

8

In the H ands of the C om m ission er: ..................................................................
B ristol State B a n k .............................................................................................
R eadstow n Bank ..................................................................................................
State Bank of H e r s e y .........................................................................................

9
9
^0
10

Citizens Savings and T ru st Company, M ilw aukee, (in liq u id a tio n ).10-11
T ran sm ission of M oney to F oreign Countries ...............................................

II

Statistical Table, Compiled

12

from R eturn s for 1917 .................................

Statistical Table, Com parative

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

Statistical Table, Com parative, since 1895 (In se rt) between

13

....1 2 -1 3

A bstract of R eports of N ation al B anks ..........................................................

14

Consolidated Statistical A bstract ........................................................................

15

State B anking Departm ent .....................
N am es and Com pensation of Em ployes
Schedule— Show ing D isbursem ents and Receipts ......................................

18

Statem ent of Banks, T ru st Companies, and Land M ortgage A ssocia­
tions A lp h abetically A rranged by Cities and V illa g e s:
State B anks ..................................................................................................
20-396
M utual S avings B an ks ........................................................................... 397-400
T ru st Companies ........................................................................................ 401-411
Land M ortgage A ssociation s ............................................................... 412-413
N ational B anks ........................................................................................... 414-489


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T w e n t y - T h ir d A n n u a l

R eport

To His Excellency, E m a n u e l L. P h i l i p p , Governor of Wiscon­
sin.
Sir: In conformity with section 2024—5 of the statutes, I
have the honor to submit to you this, the twenty-third annual
report on banks in AVisconsin.
The compilation was made on the basis of the last call for
statement, November 20, 1917, and exhibits the financial con­
dition of seven hundred and fifty-three state banks, seven
mutual savings banks, and fifteen trust companies, doing busi­
ness under our state laws on the date mentioned.
State banks and trust companies represent an aggregate cap­
ital investment of $25,177,850, and a gain during the twelve
month period in capital invested of $1,505,500. Their total re­
sources were $339,759,758.49, which shows an increase in re­
sources of $41,142,582.88.
My report itemizes abstracts of reports of each of the three
groups of AVisconsin institutions, land mortgage associations,
and national banks of the state.
General

C o n d it io n

It is very gratifying to say that the past year has been a
prosperous one for AVisconsin from a financial standpoint and
a most satisfactory one from the results obtained in response
to the several requests made for governmental aid and service.
Perhaps, no phase of the war work appeals more strongly to
the banker than the floating of the Liberty Loan, and I am,
indeed, pleased to report that the banks of the state responded
promptly and cheerfully to every call of our federal govern­
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willing, so far as they are able, to shoulder any burden and
make sacrifices for the government, is well-exemplified when
you consider what Wisconsin did when the first and second
drives were made for the Liberty Loan.
The total subscription to the First Liberty Loan in both Fed­
eral Reserve districts in Wisconsin was $36,236,750, which was
far above the minimum quota of the call.
The total subscription to the Second Liberty Loan, in both
districts amounted to $87,056,900, which was about 150% of
the minimum allotment.
The first loan was subscribed for practically out of the cur­
rent earnings, and by reason of this fact did not materially af­
fect bank deposits in this state. Business, therefore, remained
practically normal and the deposits in banks continued to in­
crease.
The second drive had a more marked effect on bank deposits,
as is shown by the last call for reports to this department un­
der date of November 20, 1917. An inspection of the ab­
stract of these reports shows an increase in individual and de­
mand deposits, but no appreciable increase in time deposits.
During this same period investments increased more than
double the amount of the increase in deposits, and bills payable
show a very material increase. The cash reserve held by banks
shows a marked decrease, the total decrease for the year being
from 22.7% to 19.8%, or a decrease of 2.9%. This indicates
a tendency to over-expansion which should be carefully guard­
ed against.
By way of warning, it is, therefore, incumbent on banks at
this time to prepare for the future demands of our government
by reducing their loans to business enterprises, which, as a part
of our war program, must greatly curtail their output, when
not operating for governmental purposes, or be forced to dis-.
continue business during the period of the war. The aim of
our banks, therefore, should be to build up their reserve in or­
der that they may be ready for future calls of the government,
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New

7

B anks.

Thirty-nine new banks were authorized to commence busi­
ness in Wisconsin from November 17, 1916, to November 20,
1917. The average capitalization of these banks was $14,794.87,
and the total capital $577,000.
NEW STATE BAN KS

Name o f Bank.

Location.

Farmers & Merchants B a n k .................................
Barronett State Bank.............................................
Farmers & Merchants State B ank.......................
Farmers State B a n k .................... ...........................
Farmers Bank............................................................
Farmers Savings Bank............................................
Security State B a n k .................................................
Bay City State Bank................................................
State Bank o f Francis Creek (P. O. A x e ly n )---Catawba State Bank.................................................
Woodman State B a n k .............................................
Farmers & Merchants State Bank........................
Freedom State Bank (P O. Kaukauna, R. 10)...
Jim Falls State B an k...............................................
The Home State B a n k .............................................
Peoples State B a n k ..................................................
Hpringbroou State Bank..........................................
Brule state B a n k .....................................................
Farmers & Merchants Bank...................................
Milan Slate B a n k ......................... .........................
Farmers & Merchants State B a n k ........................
Farmers State B a n k ...................................... .........
State Bank o f Radisson...........................................
Kim berly-Clark Employes Savings B a n k ..........
Farmers & Miners B ank..........................................
Embarrass state Bank.............................................
Cable State B a n k .....................................................
Cleghorn State Bank (P. O. E le v a )......................
Tiseh Mills State B a n k ............................................
Home State B a n k .....................................................
Merchants & Farmers State B an k........................
Melvina State B a n k ................................................
Neenah Paper Company Em ployes Sav’ gs Bank
Eldorado State B a n k ...............................................
Farmers State B a n k ................................................
Bank o f Rio C re e k ....................................................
LaFayette County State B an k................. .............
The Workers Mutual Savings B a n k ....... '............
Farmers State Bank o f P oskin..............................

Independence..........
R a rro n e tt.................
No. C randon..............
Manawa......................
V iroQ u a ....................
E d m u n d ....................
Turtle, Lake, ............
Bay C ity .....................
Francis C reek..........
C ataw ba....................
W oodm an...................
Kfiw askum ...............
Freedom ....................
Jim F a lls ...................
So M ilw au k ee.........
Prairie du Sac..........
S prin gbrook.............
B r u le .........................
Baraboo ....................
M ila n .........................
D ow n sv ille...............
M odena......................
Radisson....................
N een a h ......................
New Iliguings..........
Embarrass.................
C a b le .........................
Cleghorn ...................
Tisch M ills...............
B ristol.......................
Fall C reek.................
M e lv in a ....................
N een a h ......................
Eldorado ...................
Canton.......................
Rio Creek...................
D a rlin g ton ...............
S up erior....................
P o sk in .......................

No.
1
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

Capital.
$20, 000.00
10.000.00
10, 000.00
25,000.00
50,000.00
10, 000.00
12, 000.00
10, 000.00
15,000.09
15,000.00
15,000.00
25,000.00
10, 000.00
10, 000.00
40.000.
20. 000.
10, 000.00
10, 000.00
50.000.00
10, 000.00
10, 000..0
10. 000.00
10, 000.00
10, 000,00
15.000.00
10, 000.00
10, 000.00
25,000.00
10, 000.00
15,000.00
10, 000.00
10, 000.00
10, 000.00
10, 000.00
25,000.00
10, 000.00
$577,000.00

Total

I n c r e a se in

C a p it a l .

Twenty-eight banks have voluntarily increased their capital
during the period covered by this report. The continued in­
crease in deposits during the past year leads me again to recom­
mend that, in order to safeguard more fully the depositors,


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an increase in capital should be required pro rata with the in­
crease in deposits.
INCREASE IN C A P IT A L

No

Name o f Bank

Location

1.

W ilton State B an k..............................
Pulaski State Bank..............................
M ontello State B an k...........................
Denmark State B a n k .........................
Highland State B a n k .........................
Bank o f Y iro q u a .................................
Farmers & Merchants State Bank..
Marshall & Ilsley B an k.....................
Bank o f La F arge.................. .............
Wisconsin V alley Trust Co. . .
__
Citizens State B ank............................
Pewaukee State Bank.........................
Blue Mounds State B an k........•.........
The International Bank o f Amher.it
State Bank o f Union Grove...............
Citizens Bank o f North Milwaukee.
Citizens State B an k............................
Bank o f Green B ay ........ •..................
Bonduel State Bank........ ...................
W alworth State B ank.........................
Readstown B an k................................
First State Bank o f Glenw ood..........
Bank o f C olfax ............... .....................
Bank o f Maiden R ock .........................
Bank o f B o y ce v ille ...........................
Meinhardt Bank...................................
The State Bank....................................
W estby State Bank..............................

W ilto n .................
P u la s k i...............
M ontello.............
Denmark.............
Highland ...........
V iroqua...............
River F alls.......
Milwaukee..........
La Farge.............
W ausau...............
W hitewater........
P ew au k ee........
Blue M ounds__
A m h erst.............
Union Grove.......
No. M ilw aukee..
G illett..................
Green B ay..........
B o n d u e l.............
W alw orth..........
R ea d stow n ........
Glenwood C ity ..
C olfax ..................
Maiden R ock__
B oy ce v ille ..........
R u rlin gton ........
Fall C reek..........
W estby................

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.

From
$15,000.00
16,000.0C
25,000.00
25,000.OC
20,000.OC
50,000.OC
25,000.OC
500,000.00
10,000.OC
50,000.00
50,000.00
10, 000.00
10, 000.00
15,000.00
25,000.00
25,000.00
25,000.00
50,000.00
25,000.00
15,000.00
10, 000.00
35.000.00
25,000.00
10, 000.00
25,000.00
25.000.00
10. 000.00
25,000.00

To

$25,000.00
30.000.
00
40.000.
00
50.000.
00
25.000.
00
65.000.
00
50.000. 00
1 , 000, 000.00

20. 000.

75.000. 00
100, 000.00
15.000.
15.000.
30.000.
50.000.
50.000.
35.000 00
75.000.
50.000.
30.000.
15.000.
42.000.
30.000.
15.000.00
30. C00.00
62.500.00
15.000.
50.000.

$1.151,000.00 12,089,500.00

C harters

E xtended

The Sauk Bank-------------------------------Prairie du Sac, Wis.
State B a n k ------------------- ---------------------- Reedsburg, Wis
Bank of D ow ning_____________________Downing, Wis.
The following is a summary in gain and loss in capital of
state banks and trust companies:
Capital Increase.
C a p ita l, N o v e m b e r 17, 1916.................... $ 2 3,67 2,35 0 00
C a p ita l, 39 n e w b a n k s ..................................
577,000 00
C a p ita l, 28 b a n k s i n c r e a s e d ....................
938,500 00
$2 5,1 8 7 ,8 5 0 00
Less C apital:
B r is t o l S ta te B a n k ta k e n o v e r b y the
H o m e S ta te B a n k , B r i s t o l ................
T o ta l C a p ita l N o v e m b e r 20, 1917


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$10,000 00

10,000 00
$2 5 ,1 7 7 ,8 5 0 00

00

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

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C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G .

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I n t h e H a n d s of t h e C o m m is s io n e r .

By a cunning manipulation of securities, a certain Minnesota
corporation obtained control of three Wisconsin banks, name­
ly, the Bristol State Bank, Readstown Bank, and the State
Bank of Ilersey. The manner in which this corporation oper­
ated to procure control was not reported by these banks to
this department, but remained to be discovered through the
regular examinations.
The examiners first found the Minnesota concern kiting
checks with certain Minnesota banks in which it was interested,
and this led to the further discovery that the Minnesota cor­
poration had invested the funds of the Wisconsin banks in
worthless securities sufficient to impair their capital stock.
The board of directors of each of these banks was promptly
notified by the banking department of these facts with the re­
sult that the Bristol State Bank and Readstown Bank were
placed in the hands of the commissioner in accordance with
section 2024—29 of the statutes, while the State Bank of Hersey
was taken charge of by the commissioner of banking under sec­
tion 2022 of the statutes.
B r is t o l S t a t e B a n k .

The Bristol State Bank placed its affairs and assets under
the control of the commissioner of banking on July 18, 1917.
In accordance with section 2021 of the statutes, an assessment
of one hundred per cent was levied by the board of directors
upon all the stock of said bank to make good the worthless as­
sets. This assessment was duly collected and the doubtful
paper was replaced with cash and bankable securities. The
board of directors then adopted a resolution providing for the
sale of all its assets to, and the assumption of all its liabilities
by the Home State Bank of Bristol, a newly organized banking
corporation with a capital of $10,000 and a surplus of $5,000.
This sale was consummated on August 31, 1917, and the Bristol
State Bank thereupon discontinued business. This bank was
in the possession of the commissioner of banking for a period
of thirty-nine days, and the fee of ten dollars a day was col­
lected, as provided by section 2024—29 of the statutes, making
a total cost to the bank of $390.


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R eadstow n B a n k .

On July 18, 1917, the Readstown Bank placed its affairs and
assets under the control of the commissioner of banking. Un­
der section 2021 of the statutes, an assessment of one hundred
and fifty per cent was levied by the board of directors upon all
of the stock of said bank to make good its questionable assets.
This assessment was duly collected and the capital stock in­
creased from $10,000 to $15,000, with a surplus of $4,500. The
doubtful assets were replaced by cash and bankable securi­
ties, and a new board of directors and new officers were elected
and the bank turned back to the stockholders on August 30,
191/, having been in the possession of the commissioner of
banking for a period of thirty-eight days. The fee of ten dol­
lars, a day was collected, as provided by section 2024—29 of
the statutes, making a total cost to the bank of $380. On Aug­
ust 30, 1917, the bank re-opened for business and is now pro­
gressing very satisfactorily.
State

Bank

of

H ersey.

The commissioner of banking took possession of the property
and business of the State Bank of Hersey on July 18, 1917, for
the purpose of liquidating its affairs in accordance with sec­
tion 2022 of the statutes. J. Gr. Bakula was appointed special
deputy commissioner of banking to take charge of the liquida­
tion proceedings. The double liability of the stockholders was
collected where possible, as provided by section 2024—44 of the
statutes.
On December 15, 1917, a dividend of .fifty per cent was dis­
tributed to depositors whose claims had been allowed, and if
collections continue to be promptly paid, another dividend may
be expected within a short time.
The capital of this bank was $10,000 with deposits of $32,550.31, and total liabilities amounting to $43,672.20.
C it iz e n s S a v in g s & T r u s t C o m p a n y .

In Liquidation.
In an effort to dispose of the large number of cases pending
in the Milwaukee circuit court involving this trust company,
Judge Oscar M. Fritz of Branch No. 2 has, since the beginning
of May, 1917, been devoting the greater part of his time to the
trial of cases growing out of the liquidation of the Citizens Sav­
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since that time, and a number of important litigated matters
have been disposed of, or are in process of final determination.
Every effort will- be made to expedite the hearing of the re­
maining cases which involve a number of very important ques­
tions affecting the final distribution of the assets of the com­
pany. Many of these hearings are upon questions of damages
against the trust company for negligent or wrongful invest­
ment of the claimant’s funds and the final adjudication in these
cases will determine the amounts of contested claims to be al­
lowed against the trust company, in addition to the claims of
depositors which were not contested and upon which a divi­
dend of twenty-five per cent was declared early in the liquida­
tion proceedings. The amount of further dividends will de­
pend to a great extent upon the amounts of the claims so al­
lowed.
T r a n s m i s s i o n o f M o n e y t o F o r e ig n

C o u n t r ie s

In order to protect the public against irresponsible parties
engaged in the business of transmitting money to foreign coun­
tries, I recommended in my previous report that such persons
be required to execute a bond and obtain a certificate of author­
ity from the commissioner of banking for the faithful holding
and transmission of such moqey.
I am pleased to report that the legislature at its last session
enacted such a law, which is known as chapter 532, laws of
1917.
Since this law became operative, eight certificates of author­
ity have been issued by this department, and the required fee
of $10 for each certificate has been paid by the licensee. Other
applications are now pending, and I anticipate that a much
larger number of certificates will be granted during the coming
year.
S t a t is t ic a l .

Table A exhibits abstracts of the six reports made to this de­
partment by state banks, mutual savings banks, and trust com­
panies during 1917.
Table B is a comparative abstract, exhibiting a year’s growth
in our banking institutions.
Table C presents the abstracts of statements made at the an­
nual periods since the creation of this department in 1895.
The development of our state banking system during a pe­
riod of twenty-three years is detailed therein.

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A b s t r a c t o f th e six r e p o r t s c a lle d f o r fr o m sta te an d m u tu a l
D ec. 27, 1916
N u m b er o f b a n k s ........................................

.

$3 02,237,025 39

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 ed p ro fits, le s s c u r r e n t e x p e n se s
a n d ta x e s p p M . . . . , .............................
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o s i t s ...............................
D iv id e n d s u n p a id ..........................................
I n d iv id u a l d e p o s it s s u b je c t to c h e c k ..
D em a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f d e p o s i t ...............
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e p o s i t ....................
S a v in g s d e p o s its ............................................
C ertified c h e c k s ..............................................
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s ............................................
D e b e n tu r e s .......................................................
S p e cia l ............................... ..................................
P o s ta l s a v in g s .................................................
D u e as e x e c u t o r , a d m in is tra to r , g u a r ­
d ian , e t c .......................................................
N otes an d b ills r e d is c o u n t e d ....................
B ills p a y a b le ...................................................
O th er lia b ilit ie s ................................. '. ..........
L ib e r ty b o n d a c c o u n t ............................... .

$2 3,72 6,35 0 00
7 ,4 7 3 ,8 5 9 04

756

J u n e 20, 1917
759

47 $2 13,483,401 69
63
636,722 69
09
37 ,2 7 7 ,4 9 5 66
71
82,592 59
56
419,272 84
06
6 ,6 5 7 ,3 0 5 59
52
985,774 53
32
49 ,6 8 5 ,1 7 3 30
32
2 ,8 8 8 ,1 3 1 36
30
1 ,3 9 1 ,7 7 4 07
85
1 ,6 5 9 ,5 5 6 56
00
2 ,6 4 7 ,0 7 8 00
10
979,720 90
00
6 ,3 7 1 ,4 7 9 00
69
137,607 03
49
44,606 90
166,676 97
43

$323,178,129 54 $325,514,369 68

$ 2 16,1 00,1 41
707,735
3 8 ,0 0 2 ,9 0 9
74,093
474,537
6 ,7 0 3 ,6 1 0
1 ,0 7 0 ,2 0 0
4 3 ,8 8 4 ,1 9 1
2 ,5 5 7 ,0 0 5
1 ,4 5 3 ,4 9 0
1 ,1 3 3 ,5 6 3
2 ,1 0 0 ,?40
925,777
6 ,8 1 0 ,7 3 6
132,813
43,402
147,958

S ept 11, 1917

N o v e m b e r 20, 1917

767
14
54
00
81
78
84
53
62
65
86
60
00
65
00
25
37
45

$219,251,724
533,660
40 ,9 8 7 ,4 8 6
68,029
527,047
6,8 1 1 ,9 8 1
1,0 5 2 ,7 1 6
45 ,1 6 6 ,5 3 6
2 ,6 1 6 ,3 0 0
1 ,5 80,2 25
1,6 3 8 ,6 5 0
1 ,9 0 4 ,4 7 7
984,074
6 ,3 9 1 ,0 5 6
130,160
42,655
134,592

775
00
73
70
80
67
56
89
88
78
79
53
50
65
00
84
01
57

$ 2 24,8 12,0 21
816,863
4 6 ,9 8 3 ,9 0 3
65,035
529,518
6 ,8 8 9 ,5 6 7
1 ,0 5 6 ,2 4 4
4 2 ,9 9 3 ,2 2 9
3 ,3 3 3 ,4 8 4
1 ,8 5 6 ,8 7 5
1 ,1 1 1 ,6 8 1
1 ,5 8 7 ,5 1 4
1 ,0 3 4 ,8 1 8
6 ,4 1 2 ,4 2 3
133,242
31,467
111,865

13
80
82
60
84
34
60
65
82
56
91
00
35
00
53
91
63

$ 3 22,3 22,9 08 09

$3 29,821,377 90

$ 3 39,7 59,7 58 49

$ 2 4 ,8 1 3 ,3 5 0 00
8 ,0 6 5 ,7 9 5 69

$2 5,003,350 00
8 ,3 0 4 ,6 3 4 11

$ 2 5 ,1 7 7 ,8 5 0 00
8 ,2 3 2 ,9 3 6 25

L IA B IL IT IE S

T o ta l

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


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

$24,64 3,35 0 00
8,0 5 7 ,2 6 3 60

$ 2 4,74 3,35 0 00
8 ,0 6 2 ,1 3 7 92

5 ,7 2 1 ,2 8 1
6 ,5 2 9 ,9 4 7
43,455
79 ,9 3 0 ,3 7 9
21 ,3 1 1 ,3 5 8
91 ,1 3 6 ,3 1 9
62 ,1 0 2 ,0 7 6
90,259
956,538
404,188
561,717
218,333

76
41
26
45
05
85
44
41
64
14
86
38

3,9 9 2 ,8 1 1
7 ,6 7 2 ,5 2 8
26,312
93 ,4 8 8 ,4 4 8
22 ,7 9 9 ,1 8 6
9 5 ,425 ,673
6 2 ,554 ,868
249,259
1,2 5 7 ,1 3 5
411,251
656,498
221,955

76
55
04
26
12
82
96
72
24
14
24
17

4 ,6 6 9 ,9 3 9
7 ,5 0 9 ,4 3 0
25,797
92 ,1 7 8 ,4 1 2
22 ,8 6 8 ,2 8 9
9 7 ,5 1 5 ,1 7 0
6 2 ,097 ,591
241,428
1 ,3 6 3 ,0 2 8
448,151
1 ,6 6 1 ,0 7 6
228,071

80
99
26
24
85
57
24
03
95
14
41
00

5 ,3 6 5 ,8 9 4
6 ,9 1 9 ,9 6 8
29,325
8 8 ,1 0 4 ,7 2 6
2 3 ,7 4 8 ,4 0 0
9 6 ,4 0 1 ,4 1 6
6 3 ,0 6 5 ,6 9 3
197,341
971,639
435,051
1 ,5 8 6 ,4 5 2
241,650

61
72
42
89
77
51
45
25
12
14
71
82

6,1 0 1 ,5 3 4
7 ,2 85,8 63
15,508
9 1 ,834 ,558
2 2 ,057 ,169
9 9 ,867 ,652
6 3 ,406 ,556
116,306
1,0 7 7 ,8 0 4
429,008
1,3 8 5 ,6 2 1
262,408

56
83
19
24
88
24
86
83
79
14
68
42

7 ,8 0 2 ,0 8 7
7 ,7 6 6 ,9 8 6
13,363
9 5 ,4 0 4 ,2 5 3
2 3 ,1 3 2 ,9 0 4
100,70 6,46 9
6 2 ,6 5 9 ,6 3 5
135,231
1 ,5 2 2 ,6 6 9
421,658
1 ,3 5 2 ,2 5 6
249,354

62
46
53
65
80
14
43
60
45
14
44
76

979,548
463,372
552,605
35,433

63
93
66
48

1,0 9 3 ,8 7 3
352,896
227,280
47,537

43
06
01
42

1 ,0 8 9 ,3 8 2
380,392
398,248
34,470

84
50
93
01

1 ,1 0 8 ,9 6 3
507,444
714,439
45,354

83
1]
03
02

954,659
863,693
805,438
49,609

28
03
75
07

979,304
1 ,2 5 3 ,6 3 7
2 ,0 0 8 ,0 2 8
148,848
792,282

37
06
72
31
76

$3 02,2 37,0 25 39

$3 23,1 78,1 29 54 $3 25,5 14,3 69 68

$ 3 22,3 22,9 08 09

$3 29,821,377 90

$ 3 39,7 59,7 58 49

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

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

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

$2 09,444,914
510,433
3 5 ,355 ,541
73,853
491,503
6 ,5 5 4 ,2 0 5
963,069
53 ,3 1 5 ,3 3 8
3,2 2 7 ,2 0 1
1 ,6 9 3 ,3 3 9
1,3 8 7 ,9 9 3
2 ,6 5 6 ,2 8 6
1 ,0 0 5 ,5 4 7
6 ,1 7 5 ,0 1 5
138,820
32,940
152,126

M ay 1, 1917

REPORT

RESOU RCES
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...................................... $1 99,9 35,5 39 00
542,871 59
O v e r d r a fts ........................................ .................
3 3 ,9 2 2 ,4 9 4 05
U. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l an d o t h e r b o n d s
68,826 31
P rem iu m on b o n d s ........... ..............................
450,177 21
S to c k s and o t h e r s e c u r i t ie s ......................
6
,5
0
9 ,5 9 5 30
B a n k in g h o u se , fu r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
912,276 38
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d .............................
4
4
,050
,973 25
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s . . . .
2 ,9 4 2 ,9 5 2 32
D ue fr o m o t h e r b a n k s ...................... ..........
1 ,3 4 4 ,6 5 3 76
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s an d ca sh it e m r>
979,667 36
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g h o u s e ..................
2 ,5 8 4 ,2 3 2 00
G old c o in ............................................................
20
955,139
S ilv e r c o in .......................................................
6 ,7 5 4 ,7 6 2 00
U. S. and" N a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ......................
122,161
03
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ............................................
28,295 13
E x p e n s e a c c o u n t ..........................................
132,409 50
O th er r e s o u r c e s ......................................
.
T o ta l

M arch 5, 1917
753

740

sa v in g's b a n k s a n d t r u s t c o m p a n ie s d u r in g th e y e a r 1917.

Table C.
Financial condition of all Wisconsin banks except National banks, annually, since the creation of the state banking department, in 1895.
N o v . 16, 1895.

N o v . 21, 1896.

N o v . 6 ,1 8 9 7 .

D e c . 1, 1 8 9 8 .

D e c . 3, 1899.

133
114

135

143

167

186

124

130

137

141

i

1

1

i

1

N um ber o f
........... ..
N u m b ^ 1* o f p r l y a t « h a n k B * . . . . . . . . . . .

125

130

130

107

109

N u m b e r o f m u t u a l s a v i n g s b a n k s ____

i

i

110
■ 1

T o t a l n u m b e r o f b a n k s ...................

233

248

241

240

D e c . 13, 1900.

|

260

274

D e c . 1 0 ,1 9 0 1 .

295

N ov

N o v . 25, 1902.

17, 1903.

345

1

327

|

2

N o v . 10, 1904.

N o v . 9, 1 9 0 5 .

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

370

388

404

427

447

470

507

2

2

2

2

3

3

3

372

347

406

290

D e c . 3, 1907.

N o v . 27, 1908.

429

N o v . 16, 1909.

473

450

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

D e c . 5, 1 9 1 1 .

D e c . 1, 1 9 1 3

590

623

650

688

559

510

N o v . 10, 1915.

O c t. 31, 1914.

N o v . 26, 1912.

N o v . 17, 1916.

N o v . 20, 1917.

718

753

3

4

4

4

13

16

3
14

4

11

15

15

7
15

573

607

6 42

667

707

737

775

. , , , .N u m b e r o f s t a t e b a n k ®
..............N u m b e r

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

T o ta l n u m b er o f ban k s.

RESOURCES.

RESOURCES.
J frtaf|£

and

^ i a r m i n t s ........................ ..

TTnpftlf^ ('fv p itft l
O y p rd ^ ftft9
B n n ( 1p ,
B a n k in g
O th er

, , ____ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

........................................ ..
etc. . . . . . t . . . . . . . .

h o u se , fu r n itu r e a n d f i x t ..
e s t a t e o w n e d ..............................

D u e fro m

ap p roved reserve b a n k s. . .

$ 2 8 , 0 6 2 , 7 9 6 67
675, 014

67

$ 2 5 , 9 0 5 , 4 8 1 71
6 7 4 , 0 1 7 39

$ 2 7 , 1 4 1 , 6 0 4 77

$ 3 1 . 4 0 9 . 1 8 1 49

6 78, 500 00

619, 1 50 00

$ 3 9 , 7 5 1 , 1 0 1 88

$43, 0 05, 570 30

583, 160 00 .

1R

8 2 0 , 100 00

5 , 0 4 2 , 2 7 3 99

4 4 3 , 2 8 4 46

3 9 6 , 3 0 5 52

5 1 1 , 4 5 6 57

6 8 9 , 6 8 1 54

740, 173 26

2 , 2 7 3 , 1 2 0 02
1 , 3 5 5 , 0 1 6 33

2 , 1 0 9 , 6 2 5 31

2 , 2 0 9 , 6 3 3 14

4, 2 2 2 , 9 4 0 59

4, 9 7 8 , 6 7 9 93

1 , 3 8 5 , 5 0 2 34

1, 3 2 4 , 5 1 0 32

1, 3 5 6 , 7 0 » 60

1, 376, 615 53

1 , 4 3 2 , 8 0 9 48

1, 4 4 7 , 0 4 2 49

1, 4 7 1 , 6 1 4 91

5 , 3 8 5 . 3 0 4 94

5, 458, 468 42

1, 3 6 2 , 8 2 7 72
1 8 0 , 4 2 4 56

1, 3 6 1 , 7 3 7 13
1 0 , 6 2 1 , 6 4 0 30*

1 , 4 4 7 , 6 0 6 76
1 1 , 9 0 0 , 8 0 1 41

8 2 7 , 3 1 2 06
1 1 , 7 3 8 , 6 0 9 37

1

$47, 724

7 6 2 , 0 6 0 00
7 7 6 , 8 2 » 40

$66 3 9 4

08

$60, 692, 969

69

1, 0 0 7 , 3 2 0 0 0

634, 5 20 00

7 8 $ , 8 6 9 K5

8 4 6 , 4 3 7 77

6 , 951 9 9 4 66

6 , 7 1 8 , 7 1 2 79

6 9 9 . 2 2 5 55
7 , 1 6 1 , 9 4 0 30

1, 5 2 4 , 2 1 8 61
7 5 1 , 9 9 7 12

1, 666 , 1 5 0 02
8 0 0 , 4 2 7 17

1 , 8 1 0 , 7 2 9 69
4 1 6 , 5 0 1 08

1 3 , 8 2 3 , 2 1 8 79

1 3 , 8 6 2 , 7 6 6 67

13, 4 0 5 , 6 3 6 36

$ 6 0 , 8 1 2 , 8 9 9 08

$ 6 6 , 2 0 6 , 9 0 3 27

$ 7 4 , 7 7 5 , 1 0 2 08

$ 8 3 , 0 7 5 , 8 5 8 88

$ 8 1 , 5 6 6 , 9 7 0 01

$ 9 2 , 5 9 5 , 2 2 3 41

6 4 2 , 5 6 7 45
7, 8 5 1 , 2 0 1 26
1 , 9 9 4 , 4 8 1 41
3 4 5 ,3 9 5

74

1 3 , 4 6 1 , 8 4 2 67

r^ ah

on

hand

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

E xpense

accou n t

R evenue

s ta m p

1 07, » 7 3 59

6 8^ .553 24

77, 7 8 2 «T

1 4 0 , 4 1 4 85

1 41, 8 26 09

1 6 5 , 4 1 5 97

4 51 , 7 4 0 76

3 3 1 , 4 7 8 36

3 90, 983 40

4 0 7 , 7 8 2 15

5 65 , 141 40

3 8 3 , 5 6 0 80

2 31, 312 46
6 6 4 , 6 0 3 63

2 2 1 , 5 6 1 15
6 3 0 , 9 8 0 34

4 3 0 , 1 5 5 62

4 5 7 , 8 3 1 91
4 4 4 , 9 8 1 77

2 , 993, 9 35 62

3 , 3 9 5 , 2 3 8 41

3, 3 8 0 , 8 7 6 50

4 , 0 8 2 , 3 7 1 86

3, 9 8 3 , 7 5 4 2 4

4 , 0 1 6 , 1 9 5 81

4 , 4 3 9 , 2 6 1 25

4, 4 3 2 , 0 5 4 63

3, 767, 532

04

3, 9 5 8 , 9 0 2

87

4 4 4 , 5 6 7 60

52

736, 626

89

6 7 8 , 2 5 9 87

8 , 7 6 4 , 1 6 1 23

654, 815

11, 436, 371

19

1 2, 6 3 6 , 8 9 3 61
2, 4 6 5 , 2 3 1 07

2, 2 1 1 , 0 2 5

52

2, 3 0 9 , 3 3 7 89

337, 073

60

3 9 3 , 5 0 6 49

15, 767, 029 50

1 8 , 5 4 6 , 2 8 5 21

4 1 9 , 2 3 6 77
8 9 7 6 5 3 99

719, 392
|

$ 141

2 7 ,2 8 2

54

8 , » 0 0 23

2 , 6 8 1 26

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

resou rces

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

$43, 334, 012

44

1 0 7 , 7 3 3 28
$ 4 1 , 3 0 4 , 0 2 2 89

68

156, 421 50

9 7, 6 0 0 58

$ 4 6 , 3 7 8 , 9 7 9 27

$ 5 4 , 7 5 2 , 1 9 1 19

$ 6 5 , 5 4 1 , 5 9 9 71

1 2 0 ,3 7 9

7 9 ,2 0 0

$156, 771, 257

75

$ 1 6 7 , 5 9 4 , 0 8 8 30

$ 1 7 3 , 8 6 4 , 3 0 6 43

$ 1 9 7 , 9 9 4 , 2 1 7 96

4, 8 5 9 , 2 9 6

60

963, 563

12

1, 1 1 5 , 0 0 6 51

4 4 8 , 9 7 6 69

23, 726, 105

11

2 3 , 6 7 5 , 4 7 4 77

2 5 , 6 8 4 , 9 3 0 36

4, 2 0 2 , 4 3 1 31
4 4 5 , 3 3 0 11

4, 9 3 8 , 1 2 1 86
5 9 6 592 75

5, 2 2 4 , 4 2 9
596, 811

41
04

5, 6 5 1 , 8 2 7 85
6 0 4 , 9 3 0 44

6 , 1 2 7 , 1 8 7 19

3 8 6 , 7 0 3 13
2 2 . 3 1 7 , 3 1 9 56

2 4 , 8 7 6 , 2 4 9 25

» 7 . 2 4 5 , 6 5 5 74
7 8 7 , 7 4 2 49

2 9 , 6 8 1 , 7 9 5 93
1, 866 , 9 8 1 82

2 6 , 8 0 2 , 7 0 5 56
1, 2 8 2 , 7 2 8 55

7 1 6 , 0 6 3 64
6 7 6 8 4 2 94

9 0 6 , 4 9 1 93
9 4 4 7 5 7 25

1, 0 6 8 , 8 5 4 21
6 6 3 , 0 7 8 24

7 , 601 , 272 97

9, 2 7 9 , 7 5 9 80

9, 8 7 4 , 4 9 0 99

9 , 2 6 9 , 0 6 5 40

9, 7 7 4 , 3 0 6 92

2 2 , 6 0 4 60

2 1 , 8 7 9 52

1 8 , 1 8 7 44

8 1 0 , 8 7 0 41
16, 5 7 1 , 9 0 8 74

3 8 9 , 8 2 2 69
1 9, 2 9 0 , 8 4 6 2 0

06

2, 666 , 3 1 2 83
3 8 6 , 2 3 9 95

1 5 , 7 8 7 , 0 3 7 41

1 9, 0 9 0 , 9 5 4 99

3 9 3 ,5 1 8

993 915 79
23 1 2 0 2 5 4 43

7 5 4 , 5 5 7 58
15, 2 4 6 , 3 4 6 66
3, 0 4 3 , 0 5 2 37

4 4 5 , 9 3 8 09

3, 3 8 9 , 5 6 4

98

1, 7 7 5 , 0 5 1

14

1, 6 4 5 , 5 9 3

08

6 3 4 ,0 5 3

17

653, 002

66

5 46 , 1 8 7 42
>4 1 4 4 7 5 96

5 3 2 , 1 7 2 02

4 5 8 , 0 5 4 79
6 53 , 9 5 3 28

731 , 1 2 8 57

68

7 , 6 6 3 , 7 7 3 85

5, 9 9 6 , 8 2 4 00

6 , 0 5 8 , 8 9 5 64

6 , 8 9 3 , 3 1 5 19

4, 9 6 3 , 5 9 4

9 0 4 1 5 5 52
20 664 696

7, 0 7 2 , 0 9 5 78

$ 2 2 4 ,8 1 2 ,0 2 1

13

767, 394
3 3, 4 3 0 , 2 3 4

44
95-

5 0 7 , 4 3 7 81
33, 1 4 7 ,1 4 5

91

6 , 4 7 5 , 4 4 1 72
9 1 0 , 0 2 3 95
4 4 , 4 8 8 , 8 0 4 66

1, 9 3 1 , 4 3 1 56

2, 8 0 2 , 1 7 8 68

1, 2 0 3 , 4 5 7 91

1, 3 2 5 , 7 6 1 48

1, 0 4 6 , 9 5 8 59

9 7 5 , 7 5 0 24

28, 081

64

8 1 , 2 7 8 05

1 8 1 6 ,8 6 3 80
4 7 ^ 5 7 8 ,4 5 8

26

6 ^ 8 8 9 ,5 6 7 34
1 , 0 5 6 , 2 4 4 60

..............L o a n s a n d d i s c o u n t s .
..............O v e r d r a f t s .
..............B o n d s , s e c u r i t i e s , e t c .
..............B a n k i n g h o u s e , f u r n i t u r e a n d f i x t u r e s .
..............O t h e r r e a l e s t a t e o w n e d .

4 2 ,9 9 3 ,2 2 9
3 ,3 3 3 ,4 8 4

65
82

..............D u e f r o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s .
..............D u e f r o m o t h e r b a n k s .

1 ,8 5 6 ,8 7 5
1 ,1 1 1 ,6 8 1

56
91

..............C h e c k s o n o t h e r b a n k s a n d
............. E x c h a n g e s f o r c l e a r i n g h o u s e .

9 ,1 6 7 ,9 9 7
f 3 1 ,4 6 7

88

..............C a s h o n h a n d .

91

..............E x p e n s e a c c o u n t .

03

3 6, 9 0 3 62

4 6 , 6 4 7 66

2 8 , 6 5 5 08

1 6 , 7 3 3 39

1 1, 8 5 2 29

$ 68 , 3 2 3 , 1 8 5 8 0

$ 7 6 , 2 5 8 , 8 7 7 89

$ 86 , 1 1 4 , 1 6 4 72

$ 9 0 , 1 6 4 , 2 0 9 11

$ 9 0 , 4 5 9 , 9 8 9 31

$ 9 9 , 6 2 9 , 0 4 8 29

79

8 , 4 1 9 21

20, 084

98

$ 1 1 4 , 3 0 8 , 3 8 1 53

$ 1 2 4 , 3 2 3 , 7 5 1 84

$124, 845. 425

46

13, 196

1 4, 4 6 2

43

$ 1 4 0 , 1 5 5 , 4 5 5 87

1 7, 0 5 7

13

2 9 8 , 4 0 3 24

$ 16 2 , 125, 649 30

$ 1 8 6 , 0 0 3 , 5 4 6 94

........................................
4 0, 3 2 2 62
$ 2 0 9 , 0 3 7 , 4 9 S 52

2 1 0 , 3 6 0 17

139, 903 30

1 8 4 , 8 2 8 23

1 1 1 ,8 6 5

63

..............C l e a r i n g h o u s e c e r t i f i c a t e s a n d c h e c k s .
........... O t h e r r e s o u r c e s .

$ 2 3 0 , 0 7 3 , 7 8 9 52

$ 2 3 8 , 5 6 1 , 7 3 3 03

$ 2 5 3 , 9 4 1 , 9 2 8 46

$ 2 9 8 , 6 1 7 , 1 7 5 61

$ 3 3 9 ,7 5 9 ,7 5 8

49

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

T ota l resou rces.

L IA B IL IT IE S .
$7, 9 18 , 063 51
2, 7 8 1 , 8 5 6 89

$ 8. 0X6r 7 5 2 41

$ 7 , 9 0 7 , 3 8 4 39

$ 7 , 9 4 4 , 4 1 3 38

$ 7 , 9 5 3 , 9 1 4 63

$ 7 , 6 9 8 , 7 8 8 59

2 , 7 2 8 , 5 5 5 48

2( 6 5 1 , 668 16

2 , 5 4 2 . 9 4 8 53

2 , 7 6 3 , 8 9 9 91

2 , 8 4 5 , 666 98

banks

D iv id e n d s

.............................. .............— — .

4 9 8 , 5 6 8 14

4 1 5 , 8 3 4 34

8 0 6 , 4 4 3 68

1, 1 0 3 , 7 9 2 88
1, 1 9 5 50

1 , 4 2 3 , 6 0 1 28

1, 2 9 0 , 9 3 9

u n p a id

3 8 0 00

2, 4 8 4 50

4, 6 5 5 50

1, 1 6 0 75

3 4 , 6 4 6 , 2 1 3 74

4 2 , 8 0 5 , 8 1 4 17

5 3 , 1 9 1 , 2 9 5 05

5 6 , 0 2 9 , 6 3 5 50

6 3 , 3 2 3 , 4 5 6 06

7 1 , 8 6 5 , 5 5 9 82

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

I n d i v i d u a l d e p o s i t s ...........................................
p o s t a l s a v i n g s f u n d ...........................................

3 1 , 2 1 8 , 0 6 8 05

29, 3 11 , 403

73

74

$ 9 , 7 7 2 , 7 5 0 00

3 , 2 8 3 , 1 5 6 94

3 , 6 7 8 , 6 2 7 04

$ 1 0 , 1 3 1 , 1 5 0 00
4 0 6 6 6 8 7 96

$ 1 0 , 8 9 3 , 1 5 0 00
3 0 1 8 , 7 4 9 33
l t 782, 436 1 6

2 ,4 0 4

79

2, 5 5 8 , 9 7 5 63

2 6 1 0 3 8 3 00

2 9 6 6 9 6 4 52

2 775 9 8 8 53

2 907

1, 5 9 4 , 9 4 6 12

1 , 3 5 2 , 6 1 1 47

1, 0 7 7 , 1 2 9 69

5 7 4 , 9 9 3 42

8 9 3 , 6 3 0 30

6 2 2 75

3 , 3 1 5 00
7 5 , 5 9 2 , 8 5 5 08

2, 5 6 8 21

1, 3 7 2 , 6 8 3 20
1 , 9 3 5 85

1, 2 3 6 , 1 3 6 95
7, 3 5 5 15

1 , 4 1 4 , 7 8 4 11
4 2 2 9 36

1, 7 3 0 , 1 5 1 80
5, 6 2 5 36

1, 8 5 4 , 5 5 3 02
7 8 7 0 30

2, 2 8 0 , 9 4 6 85
6 6 0 9 83

3, 3 1 0 , 3 2 5 82
3 7 4 q 70

1 0, 8 7 3 50

1 0 , 7 6 8 20

83, 9 5 0 , 8 3 9 59

9 6, 8 0 9 , 8 5 8 46

1 0 3 , 6 31 , 5 4 1 49

1 1 7 , 4 0 7 , 6 8 7 97

1 3 6 , 9 0 5 , 0 1 4 54

1 5 4 , 4 0 9 , 7 4 3 75

1 7 4 , 6 3 0 , 1 3 1 36
6 6 38 72

1 9 2 , 3 3 1 , 4 5 3 30
1 2 0 , 7 4 5 70

1 9 7 , 2 9 8 , 3 7 0 37
2 2 9 , 5 2 0 95

2 1 1 , 4 2 0 , 3 3 7 11
1 7 8 , 0 4 0 52

2 5 3 , 1 9 1 , 7 0 6 53

7 5 ,2 9 9 , 649

68

447

4, 0 7 8 , 1 5 7 84

103, 824, 269

23

$ 1 3 , 9 5 4 , 1 5 0 00
3 791 861 05

$ 18, 6 5 1 ,6 5 0

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r e d is c o u n te d

B ills p a y a b le

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

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

lia b ilit ie s

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

00

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

4 2 6 9 9 7 4 94

5 5 4 9 1 0 05
237, 812 54

179, 205

68

1 9 0 , 3 1 4 06

4 2 2 , 3 6 5 81

4 0 3 , 0 6 7 19

$ 43, 3 34 , 0 12 44

$ 4 1 , 3 0 4 , 0 2 2 89

8 4 , 4 3 9 44
1 5 6 , 0 9 9 32

1 2 6 , 7 3 0 54
$46. 378, »7 9

27

61, 245

09

1 1 2 , 8 7 3 48

79, 062
8 5, 1 0 7

45
63

1 27, 590 00
3 0 6 , 3 7 3 37

$ 2 3 , 6 7 2 , 3 5 0 00

$9, 909, 2 75 00

D im -'ffff e i r c c u f o r , a d m i n i s t r a t o r , e t c . .
2 5 7 , 277 50

$ 2 2 , 8 9 8 , 2 5 0 00

$ 8, 8 5 2 , 2 2 5 0 0
3, 3 4 3 , 1 6 7 93

$ 1 1 , 7 2 6 , 7 5 0 00
3, 6 2 2 0 8 2 63

$ 12 , 1 0 7 , 1 5 0 00

$ 2 1 , 8 1 9 , 9 5 0 00

$ 8, 1 4 1 , 3 9 2 29
2 971, 762 36

U n d iv id e d p r o fits le s s c u r r e n t e x p e n .q e n a n d . f a x e s p a i d ........................ ..
to

ite m s .

8 9, 9 5 6 84

L IA B IL IT IE S .

Due

cash

..............R e v e n u e s t a m p a c c o u n t .

1 4 6 89
6 54 0 9 7 0 0

1 3 8 , 7 7 3 89

2 8 9 1 0 8 69

28

83

1 3 , 4 2 0 , 5 3 5 76

5 1 1 ^ 1 4 2 60
6 2 3 2 1 7 70

C le a r in g h ’u se c e r tific a te s a n d c h e c k s

T ota l

( 1 2 4 , 5 1 6 , 4 3 6 38

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . « ...
a c c o u n t ................................

O th er re s o u rc e s

$ 1 0 8 , 5 9 8 , 6 7 7 28

..............U n p a i d c a p i t a l .

1, 6 5 0 , 2 4 0 82
C h e c k s o n o t h e r b ’k s a n d c a s h ite m s
lilTP.hflngfPfi f o r c l e a r i n g ’ h o u s e . . .

o f m u tu a l s a v in g s b a n k s.

4 6 . 3 9 0 07
1 6 1 , 1 3 2 13

3 0 6 , 2 7 3 03
3 0 5 ,5 6 0

94

1 7 9 , 9 0 8 16

4 4 , 3 3 8 76

2 1 , 7 0 7 12

1 5 , 1 4 3 37

8 7 , 6 0 5 78

$ 5 4 , 7 5 2 , 1 9 1 19

$ 6 5 , 5 4 1 , 6 9 9 71

$ 68 , 3 2 3 , 1 8 5 80

$ 7 6 , 2 5 8 , 3 7 7 89

$ 86 , 1 1 4 , 1 6 4 72

326, 664 10

2 5 4 , 4 5 5 63

258, 732

5 7 5 , 7 8 0 45

26

8 , 9 7 8 69
$90, 164, 209

11

303, 423 10
3 7 6 , 4 0 7 13

2 4 8 , 3 6 2 05
171, 766 27

7, 2 1 2 74

6 , 4 4 2 01

9, 4 4 0 20

$ 9 0 , 4 5 9 , 9 8 9 31

$ 9 9 , 6 2 9 , 0 4 $ 29

$ 1 1 4 , 3 0 8 , 3 8 1 52

4 9 2 , 1 9 3 55
2 8 7 , 3 2 6 14
9 0 3 ^ 0 0 rtfo
1 2, 5 1 8 14
$124, 323, 751

84

2 0 6 , 4 7 2 47
5 2 5 , 6 8 9 22

4 2 3 , 9 8 5 18
1 9 7 , 6 7 1 59

526, 111
461, 713

67
17

5 3 5 ,1 4 1

563

01

F»84 49

8 5 0 20

7 0 6 , 1 6 8 06

5 6 7 , 7 9 8 86

3 8 3 , 5 3 2 55

$ 2 1 , 1 6 3 , 7 5 0 00
6 1 1 8 4 3 5 81

6 5 3 1 , 5 8 4 46

6 , 9 1 8 , 5 3 0 72 ;

8 8 2 1ft

4, 3 1 1 , 9 3 4 98

4, 7 6 3 , 0 9 1 82

3 , 9 7 7 , 0 2 1 07
6 1 4 0 59

4, 3 3 3 , 2 0 3 13

5, 1 4 2 , 4 5 4

4 258

5 0 1 , 4 4 3 85
8 0 9 , 0 5 6 49
6 6 2 , 1 2 7 42

<2

2 1 5 , 0 5 6 84

3 3 , 9 3 6 92

4 0 , 7 9 7 14

1 3 6 . 1 2 2 26

$ 1 2 4 , 8 4 5 , 4 2 5 46

$ 1 4 0 , 1 5 5 , 4 5 5 87

$ 1 6 2 , 1 25 , 6 4 9 30

$ 1 8 6 , 0 0 3 , 5 4 6 94

1 2 1 ,7 3 2

94

$ 2 0 9 , 0 3 7 , 4 9 8 52

1 2 4 , 7 3 3 19
$230, 073, 789

52

7 , 7 6 6 , 9 8 6 46
1 3 , 3 6 3 53
2 8 5 .3 3 5 ,0 7 8
2 4 9 ,3 5 4

65
76

8 6 9 , 1 3 0 33

1, 0 2 4 , 6 3 8 99

05

8 54, 782 27

5 0 0 , 4 8 8 27

9 7 9 , 3 0 4 37
1 , 2 5 3 , 6 3 7 06

1, 8 1 6 , 1 6 0 24

8 3 4 , 3 6 9 00

613, 499

2 ,0 0 8 ,0 2 8

72

7 9 2 ,2 8 2

76

1 4 8 ,8 4 8

31

761, 552 24
1, 4 0 4 , 5 7 3

4 4 , 0 1 0 11

5 2 , 1 7 4 07

$ 2 3 8 , 5 6 1 , 7 3 3 03

$ 2 5 3 , 9 4 1 , 9 2 8 46

..............C a p i t a l s t o c k

p a id

in .

..............S u r p l u s f u n d .
..............U n d i v i d e d p r o f i t s , l e s s c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s a n d t a x e s p a id .

6 , 6 0 3 , 1 3 6 35
8 , 1 3 1 93

08

.
3 6 , 6 9 7 61

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

7 , 4 9 0 , 9 4 9 51

47, 5 6 7 01
$298, 617, 175

61

$ 3 3 9 ,7 5 9 ,7 5 8

49

..............D u e t o b a n k s .
..............I n d i v i d u a l d e p o s i t s .
..............D u e a s e x e c u t o r , a d m i n i s t r a t o r , e t c .
..............B i l l s

r e d is c o u n te d .

..............C l e a r i n g h o u s e c e r t i f i c a t e s a n d
..............L i b e r t y

bond

a ccou n t.

..............O t h e r l i a b i l i t i e s .
..............

T o t a l lia b ilitie s .

ch eck s.

Table B.
A b s t r a c t o f r e p o r t s o f sta te an d m u tu a l s a v in g s b a n k s, an d tru st c o m p a n ie s o f W is c o n s in , a t th e c lo s e
b e r 20, 1917, an d c o m p a r is o n w ith a s im ila r a b s tr a c t o f N o v e m b e r 17, 1916.

N um ber o f ban ks

N ov. 17. 1916

775

737

$3 39,7 59,7 58 49

L IA B IL IT IE S
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, le s s c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d ta x e s paid
D ue to b a n k s — d e p o s i t s .............................................................. ..
D iv id e n d s u n p a id .................................... \.................................
I n d iv id u a l d e p o s it s s u b je c t to c h e c k ............................... ..
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f d e p o s i t ...............................................
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e p o s i t ...................... .. ...........................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ............................................................ ...............
C e r tifie d c h e c k s ..............................................................................
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s .........................................................................
D e b e n tu r e s .........................................................................................
S p e cia l ..................................................................................................
P o s ta l s a v in g s ................................................. ..............................
D u e as e x e c u t o r , a d m in is tr a to r , g u a rd ia n , e t c ................
N o te s an d b ills r e d is c o u n t e d ................................. .................
B ills p a y a b le ....................................................................................
L ib e r t y b o n d a c c o u n t ...................................................................
O th e r lia b ilit ie s ........................................................ ..................

00
$25,177,
25
8,232,
62
7,802,
46
7,7 66,
53
13,
65
95,404,
80
23,132,
14
100,706,
43
62,659,
60
135,
1,522,
45
14
421,
44
1,352,
76
249,
979,
37
06
1,2 53,
2,0 08, 028 72
792,
76
148,
31

T o ta l

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

T o t a l r e s o u r c e s N ov. 20, 1917
T o t a l r e s o u r c e s N ov. 17, 1916
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$3 39,7 59,7 58 49
$3 39,7 59,7 58 49
29 8,61 7,17 5 61
$ 4 1,14 2,58 2 88

96
81
56
88
47
72
95
66
68
48
24
00
85
00
07
05
23

$2 98,6 17,1 75 61
$ 2 3,67 2,35 0
7 ,4 9 0 ,9 4 9
5 .2 4 9 ,6 0 1
6 .6 0 3 ,1 3 6
8,131
8 1 ,2 6 1 ,8 0 6
2 0 ,7 8 4 ,0 8 0
8 6 ,9 6 9 ,5 1 2
60 ,1 4 1 ,6 1 5
161,695
1 ,0 9 8 ,9 7 1
307,738
466,285
215,056
1 ,0 2 4 ,6 8 8
500,488
613,499

00
51
10
35
93
67
06
87
74
96
22
14
87
84
99
27
08

47,567 01
$2 98,6 17,1 75 61

$ 2 6,81 7,80 3
309,425
1 4 ,3 2 5 ,0 8 8
5,9 13
100,310
414,125
146,220

17
99
26
72
37
62
65
$ 1 ,4 9 5 ,5 7 5 01

531,306 14
531,114 08
135,931 67
1 ,0 4 4 ,3 6 1 00
89,423
337,298
11,330
189

50
00
46
86
72,962 60

$4 3,7 5 5 ,4 8 1 49
$ 1 ,5 0 5 ,5 0 0
741,986
2 ,5 5 2 .4 8 6
1 ,1 6 3 ,8 5 0
5,231
1 4 ,1 4 2 ,4 4 6
2 ,3 4 8 ,8 2 4
1 1 .7 3 6 ,9 5 6
2 ,5 1 8 ,0 1 9

00
74
52
11
60
98
74
27
69

423,698
113,920
885,970
34 ,297

23
00
57
92

753,148
1 ,3 9 4 ,5 2 9
792,282
101,281

79
64
76
30

$ 2 ,6 1 2 ,8 9 8 61

26,464 36

45 ,384 62

$4 1,21 4,43 1 86

$71,848 98

O F B A N K IN G .

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

T o ta l

$1 97,9 94,2 17
507,437
3 2 ,6 5 8 ,8 1 5
59,121
429,208
6 ,4 7 5 ,4 4 1
910,023
4 4 ,4 8 8 ,8 0 4
2 ,8 0 2 ,1 7 8
1 ,3 2 5 ,7 6 1
975,750
2 ,6 3 1 ,8 7 5
945,394
6 ,0 7 5 ,1 2 5
121,912
31,278
184,828

C O M M IS S IO N E R

13
80
82
60
84
34
60
65
82
56
91
00
35
00
53
91
63

38

OF THE

$224,812,
816,
46 ,983 ,
65,
529,
6,8 89,
1 ,0 5 6 ,
42 ,993 ,
3 ,3 3 3 ,
1,8 56,
1 , 111 ,
1 ,5 8 7 ,
1,0 34,
6,4 12,
133,
31,
111 ,

D ecrease

In crease

REPORT

RESOU 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 ..........................................................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l a n d o t h e r b o n d s
P re m iu m o n b o n d s ............................. .............
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e c u r i t ie s .........................
B a n k in g h o u se , fu r n itu r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d ...............................
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ...........
D u e fr o m o t h 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 ca sh ite m s .
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g h o u s e ..................
G o ld c o in ...............................................................
S ilv e r c o in ..........................................................
U. S. a n 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 .............................................
E x p e n s e a c c o u n t ...................... ....................
O th er r e s o u r c e s ...............................................

N ov. 20, 1917

o f b u s in e s s N o v e m ­

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O F T H E 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 be­
low by an abstract of statements of 143 banks located in our
state, prepared under the direction of the Comptroller of the
Currency, and furnished me through his courtesy.
ABSTRACT OF STATEM ENTS OF 14B NATIO N AL BANKS OF WISCONSIN A T
THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS NOVEM BER 20, 1917.

Resources

Dollars

$157,024,000 00
Loans and d iscou n ts..
262,000 00
O verdrafts..................
Customer’ s liability under
82,000 00
letters o f c red it. . . . .
Custom er’ s liability ac­
549,000 00
count o f “ Acceptances” ..
U. S. bonds and certificates
o f indebtedness................. 17,334,000 00
Subscription fo r Liberty
9,879,000 00
Loan b on d s.......................
Other bonds, securities.etc.,
35,016,000 00
(other than sto ck s).
Stocks other than Federal
449,000 00
Reserve Bank stock
Stock o f Federal Reserve
812,000 00
B a n k .................................
5,322.000 00
Banking- House .................
462,000 00
Furniture and F ixtu res...
512,000 00
Other real estate o w n ed ...
L aw ful reserve with Feder­
11,979,000 00
al Reserve Bank —
Items with Federal Reserve
Bank in process o f col­
1,032,000 00
lection .......................
7,379,000 00
Cash in v a u l t .............
A m ount due from National
22, 101,010 00
banks .........................
Net amounts due from
banks and bankers and
3,6267000 00
trust com panies.......
Exchanges fo r Clearing
1,727,000 00
H o u s e .................................
Checks on other banks in
417,000 00
the same p la ce..................
Outside checks and other
428,000 00
cash it e m s .........................
Redemption fund and due
738,000 00
from TJ. S. T reasurer.......
Interest earned but not
791,000 00
c o lle c t e d ............................
95,000 00
Other assets ......................;
O

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Total

0(f

Liabilities

Dollars

Capital stock paid in .........| $18,750 000 00
8,800,000 00
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less ex­
5.180.000 00
penses and taxes p aid ..
Interest and discount col­
578.000 00
lected, but not earned...
Am ount reserved for taxes
373.000 00
a ccru ed .............................
A m ount reserved for all
611.000 00
interest accru ed .............
13.214.000 00
Circulation outstanding ..
Net amount due to Federal
260,000 00
Reserve Bank .................
Net amount due to Nation­
6.610.000
00
al banks ...........................
Net am ount due to banks
..................
and bankers
19.964.000150
92.544.000 00
Demand d ep osits...............
92.365.000 00
Time d e p o sits....................
11.770.000 00
U. S. deposits......................
402.000 00
U. S. bonds borrow ed........
Securities b orrow ed ..........
118.000 00
Bills payable, other than
Federal Reserve Bank ..
330,000 00
Bills payable with Federal
Reserve B a n k .................I
4,794,000 00
Letters o f credit and trav-j
elers’ checks outstand­
94,000 00
in g ......................................
“ A cceptances” .............
549,000 00
Liabilities
other
than
those above stated..........
1,150,000 00

Total
Liabilit ies for rediscounts,
including those with Fed­
eral Reserve B an k............

$278,016,000 00

$8,177,000 00

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OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G .

15

A comparison of the principal items taken from the forego­
ing table with corresponding figures from the abstract of state
and savings banks and trust companies on the date of call fol­
lows :

National Banks
143

Item

C a p ita l..............................................................
Surplus.................... ......................................
U ndivided profits...........................................
Individual deposits........................................
Resources.........................................................

$18,750,000.00
8.360.000. 00
6.164.000. 00
223.513.000.
278.016.000.

State and Savings
Banks and Trust
Companies
775
125,177,850.00
8,232,936.25
7,802,087.02
00
294,330.724.24
00
339,759,758.49

Statements of all banking institutions located in Wisconsin
have been combined in one abstract and are herewith presented :
C o n s o l id a t e d A b s t r a c t .

Financial statements of state and mutual savings banks and
trust companies of Wisconsin at the close of business Novem­
ber 20, 1917, and national banks of Wisconsin at the close of
business November 20, 1917.
Resources

Loans and d iscounts........... $381,836,021 13
O v e rd ra fts............................
1.078,863 80
U. S bon ds..........................
17,334,000 00
Other bonds, securities and
prem ium s............................
82,064,939 42
Subscription for liberty
loan bonds..........................
9,879,000 00
Stocks and other securities.
978,518 84
Stock o f Federal Reserve
Bank....................................
812,000 00
Banking- house, furniture
and fixtures.......................
12,673,567 34
1,568,244 60
Other real estate ow n ed___
Due from approved reserve
77.073,229 65
banks...................................
Due from other b a n k s ___
6,959,484 82
Checks on other banks and
cash item s..........................
3.733,875 56
Exchanges
for clearing
h o u se ...................................
2,838,681 91
Specie, gold, silver and
miner coins.........................
16,546,997 88
Redem ption fu nd and due
from LI. S. treasurer........
738.000 00
Interest earned but not c o l­
lected .......* .........................
791.000 00
Custom er’s liability under
letters o f c re d it.................
82,000 00
Custom er’s liability
ac­
count o f “ acceptances” ..
549.000 00
Expense accoun t..................
31,467 91
Other resources....................
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Liabilities

Capital stock paid in ........
Surplus f u n d .....................
Undivided
profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id .........................
Interest and discount collected but not ea rn ed ...
Due to banks—deposits__
Dividends unpaid.......... .
Individual deposits ........
Circulation outstanding...
L iberty bond accou n t.......
Notes and bills rediscounted.............................
Bills payable.......................
Letters o f credit and travelers’ check s outstanding
“ A cceptances” ....................
Other liabilities..................

Dollars

143.927,850 00
16,592,936 25
13,966,087 62
578,000
34.600,986
13,363
483,242,737
13,214,000
792,282

00
46
53
78
00
76

1,253,637 06
7,652,028 72
94,000 CO
549,000 00
1,298,848 31

4k

T otal.............................. $617,775,758 49

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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 .

The foregoing abstract represents the total banking power of
Wisconsin. The figures disclose an increase of $65,598,582.88
in the total banking power of the state from November 17,
1916, to November 20, 1917.
Through the courtesy of the national banks of the state in
complying with my request for their statements of Novem­
ber 20, 1917, I am enabled to present such herein, thus making
the volume a complete directory of all banks and land mort­
gage associations located in Wisconsin.

S ta te B a n k in g

D epartm ent.

During the past year the Federal Reserve act has been
amended so that the state banks may join the system, retaining
their present titles and charters and enjoying all the rights and
privileges now conferred by the state laws under which they
are incorporated, with the privilege of withdrawing from the
system at any time upon giving six months’ notice. I, there­
fore, recommend that all state banks eligible to membership
evidence their patriotism by joining the Federal Reserve sys­
tem at least for and during the period of the war.
Several of our state banks have already complied with this
recommendation, and the examinations made by this depart­
ment and the reports submitted to it, have been accepted by the
Federal Reserve Bank in the districts in which these banks are
located.
Inasmuch as certified copies of articles of incorporation, du­
plicate examinations, and other information must be forward­
ed to the Federal Reserve Bank, it is very apparent that if
many of our state banks become members of the federal re­
serve system that the work of this department will be greatly
augmented. It may, therefore, become necessary in the im­
mediate future to appoint additional examiners and increase
the office force to keep pace with these unusual demands.
Building and loan associations—seventy-eight in number,—
are likewise subject to regulation by this department, and are
examined once a year. *As a special report covering the con­
dition of these associations will be submitted to you in accord­
ance with the requirements of section 2014— 16 of the statutes,,
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C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K I N G .

The total operating expense of the department for the year
1917 amounted to $50,108.33. The receipts for the same pe­
riod, derived from annual examination fees and other sources,
totals $37,988.04,making the net cost for the year $12,120.29.
The following schedules show a record of the activity of
this department, covering a period of fifteen years, from 1903
to 1917, inclusive:
SCHEDULE
SHOWING THE NUM BER OF BANKS, AND THE A G GREGATE ASSETS OF
BANKS UNDER TH E SUPERVISION OF THE STVTE B AN KIN G D E P A R T ­
MENT, Y E A R B Y Y E A R .

Y ear

No. o f Banks

903 ..................................................................................
1904 ..................................................................................
1905 ..................................................................................
1906 ..................................................................................
1907 ..................................................................................
1908 ..................................................................................
1909 .................................................................................
1910..................................................................................
1911..................................................................................
1912..................................................................................
1913..................................................................................
1914..................................................................................
1915..................................................................................
1916..................................................................................
1917..................................................................................

347
372
390
406
429
450
473
510
573
607
642
667
707
737
775

Total Assets
$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
209,037,498 52
230,073,789 52
238,561.733 03
253,941.928 46
298,617,175 61
339,759,758 49

NUMBER OF E X A M IN A TIO N S MADE B Y TH E STATE B A N K IN G D E P A R T ­
MENT DURING THE FIFTE E N Y E A R PERIOD FROM J A N U A R Y 1, 1903
TO JA N U A R Y 1, 1918.

No. o f Land
Mortgage
Assns.

Y ear

1903 ........................................
1904 ......................................
1905........................................
1906 ........................................
1907 ........................................
1908........................................
1909 ........................................
1910........................................
1911 .......................................
1912........................................
1913........................................
1914........................................
1915........................................
1916........................................
1917........................................

2
2
2

T otal numBer o f Exam ination s..........

Note:
made.

NumBer o f
Banks
347
372
390
406
429
450
473
510
573
607
642
678
707
737
775

No. o f B uild­
ing & Loan
Assns.
53
55
54
52
50
53
60
57
61
65
70
74
77
78

NumBer
o f Exam ina­
tions
404
460
477
496
540
614
645
660
986
1,398
1,455
1,486
1,558
1,580
1,590
14,349

Beginning with June, 1911, semiannual exam inations o f Banks have Been

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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 IN G .

THE N A M E 5! AND COMPENSATION OF A L L EMPLOYES OF THE STATE
B A N K IN G DE PA RTM E N T FROM JA N U A R Y 1, 1917 TO JA N U A R Y 1, 1918
A R EA S FOLLOWS:

Name

,

Title

Date

I From ----- To

A . E. K u o lt.......
C om m issioner...
W. H. Richards ... Deputy.................
A. R. E m e r so n __ E xam iner............
Thos. H erreid........ E xam iuer...........
H. E. Stedman . . E xam iner............
*A. r ' . P o n d ............. E xam iner............
J. R. H a y e s ......... E xam iner............
C.

F. Schw enker... E xam iner...........

+J. H. C oe.................
B urneP ollock . ...

E xam iner........
E xam iner............

iE ugene W u lff........

E xam iner......... ..

C.

W. F a r lin .......

Exam iner...........

C.

T . S h a pe.........

E xam iner............

B. M. B ackus........
Wm. J . Kowalke ..
G. W Jam ieson__
C. W. R h o d e s........
Jennie N e ls o n .......

E xam iner............
E xam iner...........
Asst. Exam iner
C l e r k ..................
C le r k ..................

No. of
months

Jan. 1-Dec, 31
12
Jan. 1-Dec. 31
12
Jan. 1-Dec. 31
12
Jan. 1 Dec. 31
12
Jan. 1-Dec. 31
12
Jan. 1 -May 31
5
Jan. 1-Sep . 1
8
Sept.1-Dec.31
4
Jan. 1-Sept. 1
8
Sept. 1 Dec. 31
4
Jan. 1-May 6 4 m o. 6 days
Jan l.-S ep t.l
8
Sept. 1-De® 31
4
Jan. 1-Sept. 1
8
Sept.l-Dec. 31
4
Jan.1-Sept 1
8
Sept 1-Dec. 31
4
Jan. 1-Sept. 1
8'
Sept.l-Dec. 31
4
July 1-Dec. 31
6
Aug 20-Dec.31 4 mo. lid ays
Jan. 1-Dec. 31
12
Jan. 1-Dec. 31
12
Jan. 1-Dec. 31
12

Annual
salary

|5,000 00
3.000 00
2,500 00
2,500 00
2,500 00
2.500 00
2,400 00
2,500 00
2,400 00
2,500 00
2,200 00
2,200 00
2,400 00
2,000 00
2,200 00
2.000 00
2,200 00
1,800 90
2.000 00
1,800 00
1,800 00
1,620 00
1,620 00
1,500 00

Total salaries receiv ed __

Total
salary
received

$5,000
3,000
2.500
2.500
2,500
1,041

00
00
00
00
00
67

2,433 33
2,433 33
647 79
2,266 67
2,066 67
2,066 67
1,866
900
655
1,620
1,620
1,500

67
00
00
00
00
00

$36,617 80

1

A.C. Pond resigned June 1 to accept the position of cashier o f the Sharon State Bank
o f Sharon. W isconsin.
+J. H. Coe severed his connection with the State Banking Departm ent to join Train,
ing Camp at Fort Sheridan, Illinois.
iE ugene W ulff resigned December 31, to accept the position of cashier o f the Peoples
State Bank, o f New Holstein, Wisconsin.

The receipts and disbursements of the department are pre­
sented in the following schedule:
Disbursement«.
S a la r ie s ....................................
E x p e n s e ......... .... ..................
T r a n s p o r ta tio n ....................
P rin tin g - .................................
S ta tio n e r y ...............................
P o s t a g e ....................................
T e le p h o n e an d T e le g r a p h
E x p r e s s an d D r a y a g e . . . .
M isc e lla n e o u s ......................
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$36,617
6.440
2,924
2,259
121
1.440
56
3
243

80
78
52
09
86
68
87
08
65
$50,108 33

REPORT

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

19

Receipt*.
E x a m in a tio n fe e s ..........................
F ilin g- fe e s ..............................................................................
W itn e s s fe e s .........................................................................
F e e s f o r t a k in g p o s s e s s io n o f b a n k s
(S ec.
2024— 29) ....................................
C ertified c o p ie s ....................

$35,695 00
1,425 00
74 99
770 00
23 05

T o ta l R e c e ip t s
N et C o st to S t a t e ..............................................., ..........

$3.7,988 04
$12,120 29

The financial statements of state banks, mutual savings
banks, trust company banks, land mortgage associations, and
national banks doing business in Wisconsin on November 20,
1917, are herewith respectfully submitted.
Very respectfully yours,
A. E. K u o l t ,
Commissioner of Banking.
Madison, Wis., January 10, 1918.


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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 .

ABSTRACT
OF

R E PO R TS OF STA TE B A N K S ’
OF T H E

STATE OF WISCONSIN
A t the close o f business N ovem ber 20, 1917. as made to the Commissioner of Banking.

RESOURCES.

DOLLARS.

Loans and discounts ............. $216,846,261 56

L IA B IL IT IE S .

DOLLARS.

Capital stock paid in ............ $22,942,850 00
7,336,557 57

816,863 80

Surplus fu n d ...........................

U. S., state, m unicipal and
other b o n d s........................... 42,062,517 30

U ndivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
p aid .....................................

7,349,164 33

Due to banks

d o p o s its .......

7,756,245 80

Dividends unpaid..................

13,361 53

O v erdrafts................................

Prem ium on b o n d s.................

48,289 27

Stocks and other securities,..

510,728 66

Banking h o u s e ........................ 1
V6,675,163 89
Furniture and fixtures.......... i
Other real estate o w n e d .......
Due from approved reserve
Due from other banks............

1,508,790 94

Demand certificates o f de­
posit ....................................... 23,132,904 80

41,359,296 66

Tim e certificates o f deposit. 96,318,067 95

2,910,756 26

Checks, on other banks and
cash item s..............................

1,805,092 95

Exchanges for clearinghouse

1,111,681 91

Gold coin ..................................

1,567,244 00

Silver c o i n ............... ................

1,028,687 95

U. S. and National currency.

6,336,300 00

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

132.796 78

Expense a cco u n t....................

31,467 91

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

34,480 02

T otal.................................... $324,277,369 86


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Individual deposits, subject
to ch eck ................................ 95,404,253 65

Savings d eposits....................

58,516,438 00

Certified c h e c k s ....................

135,231 60

Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing1..........................................

1,522,669 45

Postal sa v in gs.......................

249,354 76

Notes and bills rediscounted

1,226,055 06

Bills p a y a b le .........................

1,537,671 72

L iberty Bond account..........

781,087 64

Other lia b ilitie s ....................

35,456 00

T o t a l ................................ $324,277,369 86

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R E PO R TS OF STATE BAN KS.

REPORTS OF STATE BANKS
Abbotsford—Abbotsford Bank.
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 .
G. N. Ouim ette,
A. M. Steinw and.

H. H. F IE B IG , President.
A . J. YOU N G, V ic e President.
H. H. F iebig,
A . J. Y oung,
F. B. W in g ,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 14, 190 2.
In corp orated as a State B an k A ugu st 17, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
$154,169 63 C apital stock paid in . . . .
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
338 95 Surplus fu n d ......................
O verdrafts .........................
U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
18,000 00
and other b o n d s ...........
ta x es p aid ........................
3,300 00
B an kin g h ou se....................
1,200 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
F urniture and fix tu r e s.. .
je c t to c h e c k ..................
2,625 00
Other real estate ow n ed.
T im e certificates o f d e­
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
posit ............................
22,927 49
serve banks ........... .. .
S avings d eposits...............
C hecks on other banks
100 00 P o sta l sav in gs....................
and cash ite m s .............
947 50
Gold co in . ...........................
1,088 85
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
2,251 00
ren cy ............. .................
196 96
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l ......................

T ota l ......................

$207,145 38

$25,000 00
6,000 00
13,039 52
58,614 25
65,983 37
38,068 66
439 58

$207,145 38

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

F R A N K B. MOSS, Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

W . J.
W E.
W . C.
W . B.

H um m el,
W . P. E gerer,
B la ck
W . H. Sphultz,
H oltz,
F ra n k B. M oss.
D ouglas,
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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve banks....................
D ue fro m other ba n k s. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.. . . . . .
T o ta l ......................


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$185,074 57
6,735 25
20,150 00
4,725 00
3,1 98 14
10,328 38
3,298 45
20 00
180 00
937 70

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in .. . .
$18,000 00
2,000
00
Surplus fu n d ..........
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
63084
D ue to banks— d ep osits.
33 22
D ividen ds un paid.
5
00
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to check ..............
30,538 62
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
155,956 86
S avings d eposits...
17,963
30
B ills p a y a b le..........
15,000
00

5,423 00
57 35
$240,127 84

T ota l ......................

$240,127 84

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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 IN G .

Abrams—Abrams State Bank.
A.
D.

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

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

D IR E C T O R S .
A. W . G runw aldt,
D. H. B arker,
John L iegeois,
F rank F oster,
E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y

Edd. Speaker,
Gust. Falk,
W m . Feldt.
19, 1911.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
$124,145 09 C apital stock paid in .. . .
215 74 Surplus fu n d ......................
O v erd rafts .........................
B an king house....................
2,244 82 U ndivided profits, less
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,676 81
current expenses and
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
taxes p a id ......................
serve b a n k s ....................
5,509 24 Individu al deposits, su b­
D ue fro m other b a n k s.. .
6,359 73
je c t to c h e c k ..................
C hecks on other banks
Tim e certificates o f d e­
and cash ite m s.............
2,10 6 77
posit .................................
G old c o in .........................'. .
150 00 S avings d eposits...............
603 35
S ilver co in ..........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
3,307 00
75 35
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l ......................

$146,393 90

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

$10,000 00
4,000 00
3,6 2 4 45
36,083 98
82,308 72
10,376 75

$146,393 90

Adams—Adams County State Bank.
C. E. B A B C O C K , President.
R. B. W O O D , 1st V ice President.
O. E. W H IT C O M B , 2nd V ice Pres.

J. B. H IL L . 3rd V ice President.
G. W . B IN G H A M , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C.
O.
G.
E.
B.

E. B abcock,
E. W hitcom b,
W . B ingham ,
M. L ayer,
M cB ride,

R.
B. W ood,
Geo. D. Beech,
F.
A. A m bru ster,
J.
B. Hill.
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 12, 1913.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
«$49,673 31 C apital stock paid in. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
Surplus fu n d ......................
44,550 75 C ontingent fu n d ...............
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
3,9 58 51 U ndivided profits, less
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,9 94 12
current expenses and
Other real estate o w n ed .
400 00
taxes p a id ......................
D ue fro m approved re­
Individu al deposits, su b­
serve b a n k s ....................
20,337 94
je c t to c h e c k ..................
Gold co in . ...........................
120 00 T im e certificates o f d e­
Silver c o in ...........................
308 50
p osit ..................................
U. S. and national cu rSavings deposits...............
^ ren cy .............................
1 ,5 42 00 C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
N ickels and cen ts.............
94 36
standing .........................
Other re so u r c e s...............
100 00
T otal

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$124,079 49

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

$10,000 00
5,000 00
460 00
1,001 27
56,722 73
16,796 77
32,501 47
1,597 25

$124,079 49

R E P O R T S OF STATE B A N K S.

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Adell—-Adell State Bank.
N O A H S A E M A N N , P resident.
W M . Z U E N G L E R , V ice President.

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,
G eorge W . Bates,

G. A. Schultz.
E. C. Stratton.

E S T A B L IS H E D JA N U A R Y 9, 190S.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 ,
Resources.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
$164,351 87
O v erdrafts ........................
128 85
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
2,000 00
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
2,900 00
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,900 00
Due from approved re ­
serve b a n k s..............................42,693 25
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
14 00
G old c o in ...............
952 50
Silver c o in ...........................
46875
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
2,431 00
69 97
N ickels and cen ts.............
A d va n ce on L i b e r t y
B ond s .............................
2,214 00
T ota l ......................

1917.
Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p a id ......................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates of
deposit ...........................
T im e certificates o f de­
posit ................................
Savings d eposits...............

T ota l ....................

$220,124 19

$12,000 00
3,500 00
2,547 15
98,369 97
8,957 94
74,891 38
19,857 75

$220,124 19

Albany—Albany Exchange Bank.
J. T. G R A V E N O R , Cashier.
C. E. T U R N E R , A sst. Cashier.

W . D. R O B E R T S , President.
W . J. F IN N , V ice President.
D IRE I

TORS.
Ole E. K ittelsen,
H. G. Hein,
Aug. N ix.
W . D. R oberts.

T hom as G ravenor,
W m . Bubb,
A. D. E dw ards,
W . J. Finn,
F red. L ock w ood,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1902.
In corporated as a Sjtate B ank July 13, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$175,965 42 Capital stock paid in. . . .
505 21 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
3,209 00
taxes p a id ......................
5,000 00
1,000 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
150 00
D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
50,158 33
checks
ou t­
4,148 11 C ash ier’s
standing ........................
1,787 85
965 00
1,088 85

Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ................•
F urniture and fixtures. .
Other real estate o w n ed.
Due from approved reserve b a n k s ....................
Due from other b a n k s.. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l ......................


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$15,000 00
6,100 00
1,923 61
65,052 26
- 160,648 65
252 34

4,938 00
61 09
$248,976 86

T ota l ......................

$248,976 86

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R E P O R T O P T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O P B A N K IN G .

Albany—Bank of Albany.
J. P. L IT E L , President.
E L L A L IT E L , V ice P resident.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. F. L itel,
J. E. Litel,

J. E. L IT E L , Cashier.
E. F. G R A V E S , A sst. Cashier.
E lla Litel,
E. F. Graves.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 12. 1892.
In corporated as a State B ank A ugu st 29, 1893.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 0 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
$298,165 45 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
983 08 Surplus fu n d .............. . . .
'U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
30,308 75
cu rren t expenses and
S tocks and other secu ri­
ta x es p a id ......................
ties .................
50 00 Individu al deposits, su b ­
2,000 00
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
je c t to c h e c k ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,250 00 D em and certificates o f
Due fro m approved re ­
d e p o s i t .............................
serve b a n k s ....................
53,118 94
Due fro m other b a n k s ..
8,145 90
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s.............
935 65
G old co in . ...........................
635 00
1 ,3 44 85
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
6,469 00
N ickels and cen ts.............
306 01
T o t a l ................. ..

$403,712 63

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

$10,000 00
8,2 50 00
1 ,9 44 03
72,460 45
311,058 15

$403,712 63

Algoma—Bank of Algoma.
B E N O IT T H IA 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 ach ek,
B enoit T hiard,
C. J. M elchior,

W ta. Nesem an, Sr.
M. L. R einhart.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 13, 1881.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k M ay 14, 1898.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
$623,636 83 C apital stock paid in .. . .
O v erd rafts .........................
6 ,.534 33 Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
59,450 00
current expenses and
B an k in g h ou se. . . . . -----13,000 00
taxes p a id ......................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
7,600 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
Other real estate o w n e d .
15,600 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D ue fro m a p p roved re ­
T im e certificates o f deserve b a n k s ..................
50,800 74
„ P ?sit .................................
C hecks on other banks
S avings d eposits...............
and cash ite m s . . . . . . .
1,859 64
E x ch a n g e s fo r clearin g
house ...............................
293 66
G old c o in .............................
7,975 00
Silver c o in .................
1,649 70
U. S. and n a tion al c u r ­
ren cy ............................. '.
32,134 00
N ickels and cen ts.............
95 27
T otal


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$820,629 17

T otal

$25,000 00
27,000 00
4,770 14
89 475 59
505,511 27
16 8 ,8 7 2 .1 7

$820,629 17

R E PO R TS OF STATE BANKS.

25

Alg-oma— Citizens Bank.
M. W . P E R R Y , President.
P. S L A B Y , V ice P resident.

C. F. R O E D E C K E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M. W . P erry ,
H en ry Grimm ,
W a lte r E. K n ospe,
John L. H aney,
E rnest B ruem 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.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
Banking- h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve ba n k s....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
Insurance a c c o u n t...........
S avings ba n k s...................
Other r e so u r c e s................
T ota l ......................

Liabilities.
$654,667 31 '' C apital stock paid in ........
5,940 98 Surplus fu n d .................. . .
Individu al deposits, su b16,310 00
je ct to c h e c k ..................
12,000 00 T im e certificates o f de8,000 00
p o s i t .................................
Savings deposits...............
65,428 51

$50,000 00
10,000 00
160,282 57
491,358 04
75,971 91

7,555 18
2,295 66
6,050 00
1,755 35
5,430
407
636
1,019
116

00
04
33
68
48

$787,612 52

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

$787,612 52

Allen—Farmers State Bank.
( P. O. ST R U M , R. F. D .)
A U S T IN C H R IS L E R , P resident.
H A R R Y L. L O W E , Cashier.
SA M W . M A R S H A L L , V ice P resident.
D IR E C T O R S .
H a rr y L. Low e,
Sam W . M arshall,
A ustin C hrisler,
H. E. H anson,
L. B ruckner,
J. E. B arron.

N ick A dam s,
W m . A. L ow e,
D an A nderson,
Chas. E. M arshall,
R . A. Jones,
Geo. W . Jackson,

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 16, 1914.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
D ue fro m ap p roved re serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s..............
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national C urren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$75,332 60
733 73
1,809 00
2,500 00
2,333 41)
12,252 9 5
225 92
192 50
263 90
1,456 00
66 13
$97,166 19

L ia b ilit ie s .
Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p a id ......................
Due to banks— deposits .
Ind ividu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
S avings d eposits...............
C ertified ch eck s.................
C ash ier's
checks
outstanding .........................
N otes and bills rediscounted ...........................
T otal ......................

$10,000 00
200 00
828 33
1,750 91
31,935 14
36,216 80
7,558 22
100 00
1,116 79
7,460 00
$97,166 19

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REPORT

O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R

OF B A N K IN G .

Allenton—Allenton State Bank.
C H A S. S T E IN B E R G , P resident.
G E R H A R D W E N IN G E R , V ice Fres.

J. P. W E N IN G E R , A sst. Cashier

D IR E C T O R S .
G erhard W eninger,
Joseph M. W olff,
Jam es Umbs,

M ath. S toffel,'
P hilip Schellinger,
Chas. Steinberg'.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 14, .1905.
S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 .
Resources.
Loans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due from approved re ­
serve ba n k s....................
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
rency ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l ......................

1017.

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
oA
current expenses and
00
taxes p a id ......................
00 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ...............
30 T im e certificates o f d e­
00
posit .................................
00 S avings d eposits...............
C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
00
stand ing ........................
92

$223 793 75
1,415 20
57,093
4^500
1,500
37,810
630
230
8,109
104

$335.240 07

T otal

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

$20,000 00
5,000 00
1 2,772 4 6
83,256 70
180,237 39
27,243 24
6,730 28
$335.240 07

Alma— German American Bank,
P. E IB A C H , President.
K N U T JO H N SO N , V ice P res dent.
G.
R Y F F E L , 2nd V ice President.

S. P. IB A C H , Cashier.
H. F. IB A C H , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G. R yffel,
Sidney F. Ibach.

P. E. Ibach,
K n ut Johnson,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 25, 1906.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 ,

To+al ....................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$251,140 01
1 , 841 70
5,000 00
5,000 00
2,461 90
38,086 94
52 8 70
1,300 00
833 40

1917.

Liabilities,
C apital stock paid n. . . .
Surnlus fu n d .................
U ndiv’ ded profits.
current expenses and
tax es p a id ......................
Individu al denosits, su biect to c h e c k ..................
Ti™ e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
P avings d eposits...............
C hristm as sa v in gs...........

O
O
O
O
ee

Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s ..
Due from approved reserve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ........................
U. S. and national curren cv ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............

00
10,000 00
4,481 85

85,829 59
202,841 03
3,989 63
1 , 485 81

12,396 00
99 26
«•’ 1° 6°7 91

T ota l .....................

$318.627 91

R E PO R TS OF STATE BAN KS.

27

Alma Center—Alma Center State Bank.
H. S. C A D B Y , P resident.
CH AS. S B C H L E R , V ice P resident.

J. B. M IL L E R , Cashier.
A . W . H E L W I 6 , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
T. F. W heaton,
M arcu s M erchant,
F. T. N olop,
H. H. Orm sby,
R. W . Iliff.

E. W . Sullivan,
J. T. R ingrose,
H , S. Cadby,
Jesse Blencoe,
Chas. Sechler,
G. A. Dunn,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 3, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o ve m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
U. S. certificates o f in­
debtedness ....................
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l ......................

$231,500 37
1,314 48
24,144 80
20,000 00
5,0u0 00
2,000 00

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided ' profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t ........ ............

$20,000 00
4,000 00
4,076 28
68,879 36
248,734 48

55,046 60
22371
2,865 00
1,297 0 5
2,184 00
114 11
$345,690 12

T otal ......................... $345,690 12

Almena—Almena State Bank.
C. C. COE, P resident.
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 , Cashier.
G. L. A R M S T R O N G , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. C. Coe,
M. C. H ow a rd ,
Chas. K aem m er,
G eorge P anian,
H en ry P eterson,
C. H. Stuck.
F. L. Olcott,
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 15, 1908.
S ta tem en t N o ve m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
P rem ium On b on d s...........
B an kin g h o u s e .................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due from approved re ­
serve b a n k s....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$168,247 79
4,990 40
10,000
81
2,400
2,000

00
81
00
00

54,503 02
57 6 80
210 00
1,281 50

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p a i d . . ..................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f de­
posit ...............................
C ash ier’ s
ch ecks
ou t­
stand ing .........................

$10,000 00
2,000 00
11,279 65
106,807 27
117,357 41
2,720 21

5,834 00
39 22
$250,164 54

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

$250,164 54

28

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 .

Almond—The Portage County Bank.
O A. C R O W E L L , President.
D A V ID H IC K S , V ice P resident.
O. A. Crow ell,
D avid H icks,
W . A. W ebster,

W . A. W E B S T E R , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. w . D unegan,
E. G. C rowell.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 15, 1901.
In corporated as a State B an k A u gu st 29 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
T.
oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .$174,621C
35apital stock paid i n . . . .
O verdrafts .........................
158 66 Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
62,583 96
current expenses and
2,500 00
B an k in g h o u se ..................
ta x es p a id ......................
F urniture and fix tu r e s . .
1,000 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
Due fro m a p p roved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
41,867 03 T im e certificates o f d e­
serve b a n k s ....................
Checks on other banks
p osit .................................
and cash ite m s .............
5 00 C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
G old c o in .............................
2,055 00
stand ing ........................
S ilver c o in ...........................
792 20
U. S. and n ation al c u r ­
ren cy ..........................
3,750 00
N ickels and c e n ts ..............
104 30
T ota l ......................

$289,437 50

T ota l ......................

$10,000 00
5,000 00
1 ,5 88 81
113,686 60
152,617 29
6,544 80

$289,437 50

Amery—Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
P. C. A M U N D SO N , P resident.
V. H. C H R IS T IA N S O N . Cashier.
C. H. O A K E Y , V ice P resident.
R. S. W IN C H E S T E R , A sst. Cashier.
S. L. P E N N IN G T O N , 2nd V ice Pres.
E. M. P E T E R S O N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
V . C hristianson,
T. O. W in ger,
C. H. O akey,
W . W . W in chester,
Gentz P erry ,
p . c . A m undson,
S. P. Swanson,
E. J. Schneider,
A. J. A nderson,
S. L. P ennington.
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 15, 1906.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
O ther real estate o w n e d .
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
serve b a n k s . . . . . .........
Due fro m other b a n k s .. .
C hecks on other banks
an d cash ite m s .............
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ..........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ........................
N ickels and cen ts.............
P ersonal p ro p e r ty ...........
A d va n ce on L i b e r t y
fa o n d s ...............................
T ota l .......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$555,328 41
4,989 08
26,050
4,500
4,800
3,500

00
00
00
00

58,023 74
9,715 85
4,5 51 34
74 20
647 50
1,9 97 00

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es p a i d . . ..................
D ye to banks— d eposits.
D ividends u n p a id ........... ..
Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
S avings d eposits...............
C ashier’ s checks
ou t­
stand ing ........................

$50,000 00
15,000 00
8,7 11 22
1,843 55
11 92
272,919 28
317,529 70
45,827 81
5,767 33

10,148 00
265 69
700 00
32,320 00
$717,610 81

T ota l .......................

$717,610 81

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R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS.

Amherst—The International Bank of Amherst.
GEO. W . F L E M IN G , P resident.
JA M E S J. N E L S O N , V ice P resident.

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.
'j
D IR E C T O R S .
L. A. P om eroy,
C. F. H aertel.

J. J. N elson,
Geo. W . F lem ing,
P. N. P eterson,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 18, 1893.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
Loans and d iscou n ts. . .. $224,131 22 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O verdrafts ........... .............
4 3 4 7 9 Surplus fu n d ......................
'U n d iv id ed profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
cu rren t expenses and
and oth er b o n d s ............
95,910 00
tax es p a id .......................
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties ...................................
880 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
B an k in g h o u s e .......
3,000
00
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,000 00 D em and certificates of
d e p o s i t ........................ ....
Due fr o m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ..........
33,287
00 T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
D ue fro m other b a n k s.. .
35,690 71
P osta l sa v in gs....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ...
1,5 91
74 N otes and bills red is­
counted ...........................
G old c o in .............................
2,20 2 50
S ilver c o in ................
635
50 B ills p a y a b le............... .. . .
U. S. and na tion al cu r­
7,558 00
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts..
159
42
T ota l ......................

$407,480 88

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

$30,000 00
2,000 00
3 ,6 22 19
77,304 92
7,1 41 61
262,307 06
105 10
5,000 00
20,000 00

$407,480 88

Amherst Junction—The Security Bank.
M. K. H A N S O N , P resident.
N. J. L O B E R G , V ice P resident.
N . J. L oberg,
M. K . H anson,
L. L . N elson,

H. N. N E L SO N , Cashier.
J. W . D U N E G A N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. W . Dunegan,
H. N. N elson.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 25, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ..........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fixtu res. .
O ther real estate ow n ed.
D ue fro m approved r e ­
serve b a n k s...................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$75,762 57
31179
20,817
1.2Q0
800
335

50
00
00
00

20,134 78

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus f u n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expen ses and
tax es p a id ........... ...........
Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................

$8,500 00
1,2 00 00
211 38
19,750 44
96,543 78

1 ,1 58 79
480 00
1 ,3 14 45
3,849 00
41 72
$126,205 60

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

$126,205 60

30

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 .

Antig-o—The Fidelity Saving's Bank of Antigo, Wisconsin.
H E N R Y H A Y , P resident.
A N T O N M O L L E , V ice President.

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

D IR E C T O R S .
H en ry H a y,
A n to.i M olle,
W alter R. D askam ,

S. D. W arren ,
J. A. R udolph.
John B enishek

E S T A B E 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esouroe.s.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . . $194,671 12 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O verdrafts .........................
22 79 Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
13,925 00
current expenses and
F urniture and fix tu res. .
3,786 89
taxes p a id ......................
Other real estate ow ned .
999 41 D ividends u n p a id .............
Due fro m ap p roved reIndividu al deposits, subserve b a n k s ....................
58,636 19
je c t to c h e c k ..................
C hecks on other banks
T im e certificates o f deand cash ite m s .............
203 87
p o s i t .................................
Gold c o in .............................
1,070 00
Silver c o in ...........................
662 15
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
3,131 00
N ickels and cen ts.............
142 37
T o ta l ......................

$277,250 79

$50,000 00
5,000 00
1,980 62
120 00
112,138 24
94,589 26
13,422 67

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

$277,250 79

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

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

D IR E C T O R S .
G.
A. Zuehlke,
H en ry A . Schm itz,
B.
J. Zuehlke,

-

A lbert H. K rugm eier,
G ustave K eller.

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 16, 1911.
S tatem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L ia b ilitie s .
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . . $500,117 68 C apital stock paid in. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
615 84 Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
125,309 33
current expenses and
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
15,000 00
taxes p a id ......................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
5,500 00 Individu al deoosits, su b­
D ue fro m approved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve ba n k s....................
141,003 70 T im e certificates o f d e­
C hecks on other banks
posit .................................
and cash ite m s .............
4,005 33 S avings d eposits...............
Gold c o i n . . . ......................
3,8 52 50
S ilver c o in ...........................
1,634 42
U. S. and national c u r­
ren cy ......................
18,127 00
N ickels and c e n ts .............
168 43
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$815,334 23

T otal

$50,000 0 0 .
12,500 00
5,321 27
175,127 53
428,944 42
143,441 01

$815,334 23

R E P O R T S OP S T A T E B A N K S .

31

Appleton—The Outagamie County Bank.
F R E D S T O F F E L , President.
LO U IS H. K E L L E R , V ice President.

F R A N K GR O H , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m. Fountain,
L ouis K eller,
E. Schneller,
Geo. Schiederm ayer

H. A. Gloudem ann,
L ew is C. W eichm an,
H erm an Schaper.
F red Stoffel,

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 vem ber 2 0 ,
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an king h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
Other real estate o w n e d .
D ue from ap p roved re­
serve ba n k s....................
Due from other ba n k s. . .
Checks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
E x ch an ges fo r clearing
house ...............................
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l ................: . .

$120,059 56
95 79
22,952
12,463
9,584
6,181

50
14
93
87

6,201 89
3,777 00

1017.

Liabilities.
C apital stocK paid in. . . .
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit .................................
S avings d eposits...............
B ills p a y a b le ......................

$50,000 00
2,141 56
50,545 69
32,639 71
38,57 6 91
15,000 00

209 18
2,783 7 5
261 50
627 70
3,465 00
237 06
$188,903 87

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

$188,903 87

Arcadia— Bank of Arcadia.
E M IL M A U R E R , President.
JO H N C. G A V E N E Y , V ice President.

O. B. ST R O U SE , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Emil M aurer,
F. C. R ichm ond,
N ic L ehrbach ,

John C. Gaveney;
J. I. Dew ey,
G. N. H idershide.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 6, 1883.
In corp ora ted as a State B ank A ugu st 2, 1901.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
|{ «“sources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
$370,962
O v erdrafts .........................
6,705
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ............
84,500
B an kin g h o u s e .......
8,750
F urniture and fix tu res. .
7,666
Due from ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s .........
113,880
Due from other ba n k s. ..
96
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ..............
8,317
Gold c o in ..................
3,200
Silver c o in ................
228
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
8,749
N ickels and cen ts..
47
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I,¡a b ilities.

C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
00
taxes p a id ......................
00
05 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
95 T im e certificates o f d e­
posit .................................
00
S avings d e p o sits................
checks
ou t­
6 5 C ash ier’s
standing
....................
00
30 P osta l sa v in gs...................
09
40

$25,000 00
10,000 00
1,9 9 4 47
112,651 01
389,894 55
49,622 44
23,178 65
761 61

00
29

$613,102 73

T ota l

$613,102 73

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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 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 , V ice P resident.

D. G. W IE L A N D , Cashier.
JOS. F. D A N U S E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J.
H.
M.

P. Danuser,
E. Hensel,
N. L ehnerts,

J. a . P alm er,
a . C. Stielow,
R o b e rt A shton.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ...................... ..
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other bonds .........
P rem ium on b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other secu rities ...................................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other b a n k s. . .
C hecks on other banks
an d cash ite m s .............
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............

$173,354 87
1,238 94
4,700 00
5 00
40 00
3,333 28
37,605 56
6,576 60
3,0 24 37
2,344 46
717 50
747 80

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
■ T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
S avings d eposits...............
C ash ier’s
ch ecks
outstanding .........................
N otes and bills rediscounted ...........................

$15,000 00
200 00
2,038 02
60,521 97
139,840 77
19,532 22
1,639 32
5,000 00

9,966 00
117 92
$243,772 30

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

T ota l ......................

$243,772 30

Arena—The Arena State Bank.
T. G. C R E T N E Y , P resident.
W M . G. O R H T , V ice President.
T. G. Cretney,
J. T. P auli,
Jam es L aughlin,

.

S. W . D A W S O N , Cashier.
E S T H E R W H IT T , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W m . G. Orht,
S. W . D aw son.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 5, 1910.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fr o m a p p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o i n ...........................
U. S. and nation al curr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l ......................


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L ia b ilitie s .

$110,641
4,220
1,415
1,714

00
01
00
84

31,109 08
174 49
230 00
165 00

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus f u n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................

$10,000 00
3,000 00
1,3 86 97
67 ,892 13
69,631 62

2,220 00
21 30
$151,910 72

T ota l ......................

$151,910 72

R E PO R TS OF STATE BAN KS.

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Argyle— Commercial State Bank.
R O B E R T P E A C O C K , P residen t.
O. G. V IN G E R , V ice P resident.

H. N. G R U B B S , Cashier.
F . C. M C Q U ILL A N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
O. G. V inger,
Jno. W ood,
Robt. P eacock ,
Jno. M cG rath,
Ed. V inger,

C. H. T hom pson,
H. N. Grubbs,
L. H. F off,
H. F . H a w ley.
E ST A B E IS H E D JU L Y 17, 1909.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix tu r e s . .
Due fro m approved reserve b a n k s ....................
D ue fro m other b a n k s .. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national cu rre n cy ...............................
N ickels and ce n ts.............
R evenue sta m p s................
T o ta l ......................

$223,456 28
847 64
18,800 00
3,400 00
47,352 88
24,107 05
1,226 86
140 00
1,632 50

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Due to banks— d eposits.
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
Savings d eposits...............

$16,000 00
1,800 00
3,675 73
594 71
129,335 69
171,579 61
5,593 10

7,062 00
473 63
80 on
$328,578 84

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

$328,578 84

Argyle—State Bank of Argyle.
F.
J.

A. AVADDIN GTON , P resident.
L. W A D D IN G T O N , Cashier.
J. U R E N , V ice P resident.
A . P. L A R S O N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
F. A . W add in gton ,
Joseph K em p,
L. W ad d in g ton ,
J. J. Uren.
J. r . K nudert,
E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 2, 1895.
In corporated as a State B an k Ju ly 11, 190 3.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
$292,786 95
O verdrafts .........................
2,119 95
U. S., state, m unicipal
an d other b o n d s .............
60,640 00
B an k in g h o u se .........
3,000
00
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,840 00
Due fro m approved re­
serve b a n k s ...........
67,211
46
D ue fro m other ba n k s. . .
83,337 31
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ....
52
87
G old c o in .........................
895 00
S ilver c o in ......................
1,2 76 40
U. S. and na tion al c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
7 ,0 5 0 '0 0
N ick els and cen ts....
222
44
R even u e s ta m p s......
62
22
T ota l ......................
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$520,494 60

L ia b ilitie s .

Capital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p a i d . ....................
Due to banks— d eposits.
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t ............................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................

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

$25,000 00
5,000 00
16,155 52
294,95
186,223 81
287,090 32
730 00

$520,494 60

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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

OF B A N K IN G .

Arlington—Arlington State Bank.
G.
A.

M C M ILLA N , P resident.
C. E L L IC K S O N , V ice President.
G.
A.
G.

M cM illan,
C. E llickson,
H. Dunlop,

D. W . P O O R . Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . H. K roncke,
John Stevenson.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 16, 1909.
S ta tem en t N o ve m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
Banking' h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due from ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other ba n k s.. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
P ay m en t on L ib e rty loan
T ota l ......................

$112,286 53
510 50
21,650 00
2,670 00
520 00
7,217 92
71 84
1 95
754 20
1,819 00
123 7 5
1,400 00

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ........ .............
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
Tim e certificates o f de­
posit .................................
N otes and bills redis­
counted ..........................
B ills p a y a b le......................
O ther liabilities.................

$149,025 69

T ota l ......................

$15, 000 00
2 >000 00
3, 426 0 5
36, 625 06
70, 861 33
15, 100 00
6, 000 00
13 25

$149,025 69

Amott—Arnott State Bank.
E.
J. C A R L E Y , President.
S. S. O R T H M A N , V ice President.
J. A. W E R A C H O W S K I, 2nd V ice Pres.

L. E. S C H W E R K E , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. J. C arley,
C. S. Orthman,
J. A. W era ch ow sk i,
A rth u r R aym ond,

D. L. Gates,
L. E. Schwerke,
A n d rew Y okers, Sr,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 29, 1912.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 .
Resources.
L o a n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ... .'. . . . . . . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u se ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due fro m ap p roved re­
serve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other banks .. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$81,969 94
591 47
4,230 00
1,500 00
1,200 00
7,064 13
4,829 18
783 72
195 00
237 40

1917

L ia b ilit ie s .
C apital stock paid in. . . .
$10,000
Surplus fu n d ........
800
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes p a i d . ......
1 ,3 54
D ividen ds unpaid.......... ..
12
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ....
25,402
T im e certificates o f de­
posit .................................
62,951
N otes and bills red is­
coun ted ............
5,000
R eserved fo r taxes . . . .
400

00
00
50
00
25
79
00
00

3,266 00
53 70
$105,920 54

T otal

$105,920 54

R E P O R T S OP ST A T E B A N K S.

35

Arpin—Dairyman’s State Bank.
C. E. B L O D G E T T , President.
H.
F. R O E H R IG , V ice President.

•

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

D IR E C T O R S .
C. E. B lodgett,
H.
F. R oehrig,
Chas. R. Setzkarn,

Guy O. B abcock,
J. T. H olland.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 6, 1914.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 ,

1017.

Lia bilities.
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
$72,899 92 C apital stock paid in-. . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ............
1,387 00 U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
B an k in g h o u s e .......
3,789
50
tax es p a id ......................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,7 4 2 88
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve b a n k s .................. .
3,047 9 8
G old c o i n .............................
7 5 0 0 T im e certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Silver c o in .................... ..
18425
S avings d e p o sits................
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
2,303 00
N ickels and cen ts..
125
89
T o ta l ......................

$85,555 42

T ota l ......................

$10,000 00
2,500 00
3 ,7 43 36
36,323 93
20,707 34
12,280 79

$85,555 42

Ashippun—The Bank of Ashippnn.
G U S T A V E M E IS S N E R , President.
GEO. A. W . G A U E R K E , V ice Pres.
John M aasch,
G ustave M eissner,
O. I. M. W ilh elm son,

GEO. C O P IT H O R N , Cashier.

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

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture gjid fix tu res. .
Due from ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other b a n k s . . .
Checks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
U. S. certificates o f in­
debtedness ....................
T ota l ......................


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L ia b ilitie s .

$117,917 95
51 13
9,100 00
4,200 00
2,000 00
32,161 68
7,103 90

C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
ta x es p a id .........................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e ­
posit .................................

$15,090 no
3,100 00
1,912 58
40,012 82
122,589 71

6 25
1,315 00
158 40
3,572 00
28 80
5,000 00
$182,615 11

T ota l

$182,615 11

36

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 .

Ashland—Farmers and Merchants Bank.
F R E D E R IC K S O N , P resident.
F.
X . S C H L E C H T , V ice P resident.

R. B. W O O D W A R D , Cashier.
E. N. COON, A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F red E rickson ,
F.
X . Schlecht,
R . B. W o o d w a rd ,
M.
E. D illon,

John Sandstrom ,
J. V . W auzel,
P au l B ensfield.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 22, 1916.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
P rem ium on b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
D ue fro m other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
G old c o in .............................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
R evenue s ta m p s ................
T ra n sit item s......................
A d va n ce on L ib e rty loan
E xpen se ...............................
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund
Due to banks— d e p o sits..
12,050 00 Individu al deposits, sub188 93
je c t to check .............
2,540 64 T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
7,913 66 S avings d ep o sits................
299 96 C ertified ch eck s.................
C ash ier’s
checks
out489 01
stand ing ........................
N otes and bills redis3,677 72
coun ted ...........................
465 00
1,278 85

$195,985 10
15 84

8,861
306
99
86
1,000
197

$50,000 00
1‘A R00
2^065 31
58,770 73
69,978 30
31,909 56
171 70
59 46
10,000 00

00
41
00
41
00
53

$235,455 06

T ota l ......................

$235,-455 06

Athens—The Bank of Athens.
GEO. A. K R E U T Z E R , P resident.
F. A. L O N S D O R F , V ice P resident.

_

GEO. T . F U L M E R , Cashier.
.
f

D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. \. K reutzer,
F. A. L on sd orf,
W m . L. E rbach ,
R einh old P aersch,

A. S. R ietb rock ,
A. M. M unes,
John Braun.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 1, 1900.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other ba n k s. . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s..............
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and na tion al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ick els and c e n ts ..............
R even u e sta m p s ................
T ota l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

$241,663 97
852 63
15,900 00
2,500 00
24,897 83
29,573 15
120 67
1,0 95 00
1 ,3 41 85
9,9 91 00
149 32
10000
$328,185 42

C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
Savings d eposits...............
C ashier’ s
ch eck s
ou t­
stand ing ........................
Other lia b i lit ie s ................

T ota l ......... .............

$30,000 00
6,000 00
15,455 46
138,977 55
94 ,008 49
41 ,857 71
1 ,5 86 21
300 00

$328,185 42

R E P O R T S OP STATE B AN K S.

37

Auburndale—Auburndale State Bank.
J. C. K I E F P E R , P resident.
F R E D S C H U L T Z , V ice P resident.

R . A. C O N N O R . Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F red Schultz.
P. W . P arks.
Jos. O. B erdan,
.
John M arkee,
Georsre Schm idt,
F red R raybeck,
W . Trem l.
J. C. K ieffer.
N.
M. B erg,
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 17, 1910.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$100,43 2 59 C apital stock paid in . . . .
......................
Surplus
fu
n
d
1877
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
23,520 00
tax es p a id ......................
3,500 00
2,300 00 Individu al denosits, su b­
ject to c h e c k ..................
15,595 83 T im e certificates o f d e­
posit .................................
17,726 69

Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s.. .
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Due from otner b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. an d nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
R evenue s ta m p s................
T otal ......................

$13,000 00
4,000 00
3,1 97 78
63,326 38
83,780 36

9 75
1,1 17 50
496 25
2,467 00
86 66
33 48
$167,304 52

$167,304 52

Tota l

Augusta—Augusta State Bank.
A.
C.

E B R A D F O R D , P resident
E. B R A D F O R D , V ice President.

E. E. T H W IN G , Cashier.
E. G. OSS, A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E.
A.

E. T hw in g,
E. B ra d ford .

C. E. B ra d ford .

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 23, 1875.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k Ja n u a ry 2, 1902.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
L o a n s and d iscou n ts. . . . $287,652 41 Capital stock paid in . . . .
2,709 95 Surplus fu n d ......................
O verdrafts ........................
U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
3,250 00
and other b o n d s ...........
taxes p a id ..................: .
S tocks and other secu ri2,800 00 Individu al deposits, subt i e s ................................. ..
je c t to c h e c k ............. .. .
7,500 00
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
2,240 00 T im e certificates o f deF urniture and fix tu r e s. .
p o s i t .................................
350 ©0
O ther real estate ow n ed.
Savings d e p o s its ................
Due fro m approved re19,208 15 N otes and bills redisserve b a n k s ....................
counted ...........................
C hecks on other banks
7,175 00
and cash ite m s .............
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
1,097 19
house ...............................
162 50
G old c o in ........................ ; .
1,968 20
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cu r12,626 43
r e n c y ...............................
89 03
N ick els and cen ts.............
R e so u rc e s.

T ota l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$348,828 86

T ota l

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

$40,000 00
4,500 00
3,730 16
116,391 63
139,034 85
37,022 22
8,150 00

$348,828 86

38

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 .

Augusta—Peoples State Eank.
E. P. A S A L , Cashier.
W . O. V IC T O R Y , A sst. Cashier.

W . E. JO H N SO N , P resident.
OH AS. N E W H O U S E , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . E. Johnson,
W . O. V icto ry ,
R. W . B ow en,

Chas. N ewhouse,
L. C. H atch.

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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
.$190,578 80 C apital stock paid in . . . .
$30,000 00
O v erd rafts ........................
2,065 26 U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
and other b o n d s...........
4,079 00
taxes p a id ............................
3,114 9 7
Banking- h o u s e ......... -. . . .
7,5 67 37 Individu al deposits, su b­
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
3,629 43
87,511 38
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
T im e certificates o f de­
serve b a n k s ....................
30,274 91
p osit .................................
102,582 86
C hecks on other banks
Savings d eposits...............
22,27 4 9 3
and cash ite m s .............
1,039 27 C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
G old c o in .............................
1,390 00
standing .............................
2,992 1 8 .
S ilver c o in ...........................
499 45
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
7,283 00
N ickels and c e n ts .. . . . . .
69 83
T ota l ......................

$248,476 32

T otal

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

$248,476 32

Avoca—Avoca State Bank.
D A N IE L B O H A N , President.
JO H N B. E 4 G A N , V ice President.
D aniel B ohan,
John B. E agan,
L. B. Ruka,

P. L. H U D SO N . Cashier.
H E L E N . M. L O G A N , Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
j p_ H udson,
P. L. H udson.

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
I.iabi titles.
L oan s and D iscou n ts. . . . $150,258 95 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
442 71 Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
5,900 00
current expenses and
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
1,516 69
taxes p a id ...............
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
Individu al deposits, sub­
serve b a n k s ....................
25,484 97
je c t to c h e c k ..................
C hecks on other banks
D em and certificates o f
and cash ite m s .............
388 29
d e p o s i t ............................
Gold c o in .............................
1,117 50 T im e certificates o f de­
Silver c o in ........................... 468 45
posit .................................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy . .............................
2,668 00
N ickels and cen ts.............
47 25
T ota l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$188,292 81

T ota l ......................

$10,000 00
1,300 00
1,5 85 07
85,741 10
1,910 19
87,756 45

$188,292 81

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS.

39

Bagley—Bagley State Bank.
L. N E W M A N , P resident.
CH AS. J. G L A SS, V ice 'P re sid e n t.

L. P. B E A R D S L E Y , Cashier.
P. O. B R O D T , Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L. N ew m an,
Chas. J. Glass,
F red H. M iller,

J. G. K eeler,
L. P. B eardsley.

.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 27, 1905.
S ta tem en t N o ve m b e r 2 0 ,
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
$109,619 78
O verdrafts .........................
15492
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ..
1,690
00
B an k in g h o u s e .........
1,200
00
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,200 00
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve b a n k s ...........
32,673
46
D ue fro m other b a n k s . . .
6,919 71
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ....
14
75
G old c o in ....................
600
00
Silver c o in ..........................
506 70
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
1,765 00
N ickels and cen ts....
36
83
T o ta l ......................

$156,381 15

1017.

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t ............................
T im e certificates o f de­
posit ............................ , ••

T o ta l

$10,000 00
1,500 00
1,363 37
68,790 82
1,708 82
73,018 14

$156,381 15

Baldwin—Security State Bank.
JO S E P H Y O E R G , P resident.
S. S. H O L M E S , V ice P resident.
CHAS. S E T T E R G R E N , 2nd V ice Pres.

L. S N O E Y E N B O S , Cashier.
C A R L O. D A H L , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L. Snoeyenbos,
Chas. Settergren,
Ed. H eebnik.

Joseph Y oerg ,
W . E. W ebster,
S. S. H olm es,
C arl O. Dahl,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 13, 1906.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 0 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Other real estate ow n ed.
Due fro m approved reserve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other ba n k s. . .
Checks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T otal


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$227 , 645 98
132 60
12,
3,
1,
1,

950
000
000
000

00
00
00
00

39 , 182 47
173 37
23 5 29
1, 270 00
723 30

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ..................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
tax es p a id .............
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f de­
posit .................................
S avings d eposits...............
C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................

$25,000 00

11,000 00
1,3 64 71
74,939 74

173,515 87
1,173 65
6,826 50

6, 396 00
111 4b
$293,820 47

T otal

$293,820 47

40

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 .

Balsam Lake—Polk County Bank.
H A R R T D. B A K E R , P resident.
J. H. T H O M P SO N , V ice P resident.
E. W . O V E R M A N , 2nd V ice President.

H E N R Y V O L D , Cashier.
C A R R IE A N D E R S O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. W . Overman,
J. H. Thom pson,
W . R. T aylor,
H a rry D. B aker,

H en ry V oid,
John Davidson,
Ir a H. Park.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 1, 1900.
In corp orated as a State B an k A ugu st 24. 1909.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . .. $224,848 51 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O v erd rafts ........................
1,0 63 72 Surplus fu n d ......................
B an k in g h o u s e ......
1,5 36
11 U ndivided profits, less
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,3 78 24
current- expenses and
Other real estate ow n ed .
1,6 71 10
taxes p a id ......................
D ue fro m approved re ­
Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
serve ba n k s. . - . ...
25,594
33
je c t to c h e c k ..................
G old c o in ..................
655
00 T im e certificates o f de­
S ilver c o in ................
4,915
00
posit .................................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
S avings d e p o s its ................
ren cy ...............................
393 30 C ash ier’ s
checks
ou t­
N ickels and c e n ts ...
66
20
stand ing .........................
34 98
S un dry d e b its ......... ..
T o t a l . ......................

$262,156 49

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

$15,000 00
3,000 00
11,881 66
60,781 22
155,823 28
15 ,387 45
282 88
$262,156 49

Bancroft—Bancroft State Bank.
- 'T l

A. W . M A N L E Y , President.
B U C H A N A N JOH N SON , V ice Pres.

H A R O L D OSTR U M , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. W . M anley,
H a rold Ostrum,

B uchanan Johnson,
R ob ert I. R oseberry.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 5, 1912.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
$51,493 35
O v erd rafts .........................
35 74
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ......... 5,300
00
B an king h o u s e .........
2,000
00
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1 ,6 00 00
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve b a n k s ...........
6,488
33
D ue fro m other ba n k s. . .
4 45
C hecks on oth er banks
and cash ite m s ....
153
00
G old c o in .............................
9750
S ilver c o in ......... .................
3'20 95
U. S. and national c u r­
re n cy ...............................
2,134 00
N ickels and cen ts....
116
92
T ota l . . . ___ . . . .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$69,744 24

Liabilit ies.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id .................... ;
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .■..........
S avings deposits...............
C ertified c h e c k s ................
C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................

T ota l ......................

$10,000 00
1,3 00 00
1 ,3 31 20
27,987 74
27,121 79
1 ,6 12 02
33 61
357 88

$69,744 24

R E PO R TS OE STATE B AN K S.

41

Bangor—Bangor State Bank.
L. J. R O B E R T S , P resident.
W M . S M IT H , V ice P residen t.

E. J. W IL E S , Cashier.
E . A. M E R L O , A sst. C ashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

L. J. R oberts,
W m . Smith,
O. W . Jones,
E llen E. Jones,
W . M. P age,
Jos. R utz,

F . W o lf,
John Bedessem ,
J. D. V aughan,
Jos. F oellm i,
R o b e rt Davis,
F ritz S chroeder
E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 28, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
P rem ium on b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Other real estate ow n ed .
D ue fro m approved reserve b a n k s ....................
D ue fro m other ba n k s. . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. an d lational cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l ......................

$330,841 29
56 90
43,000
70
2,000
4,700

00
00
00
00

26,400 71
1,205 62
2,255 88
2,105 00
692 60

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Due to banks— d ep o sits..
D ividen ds u n p a id .............
Individu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep osit ...............................
R eserve fo r t a x e s .............

$20,000 00
5,000 00
12,721 3o
1, Q00 00
15 00
63,038 07
318,976 94
100 00

7,417 00
86 37
$420,851 37

T ota l ......................

$420,851 37

Bangor—Farmers State Bank.
IR A A . R IC H A R D S O N , P resident.
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 P resident.
W A L D O M E N G E L T , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
L ud C hristopherson,
Ir a A. R ichard son,
P eter B urback,
A lfre d M engel,
R ic h a r d M einking,
John B rand,
R . M. Jones,
A d olp h B ossh ard,
J. G. H atz,
'H ugo Hussa,
E
lm er F eak,
Otto B ossh ard,
Joseph Gasper.
N. M. Elsen,
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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S „ state, m unicipal
an d other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties ....................................
B a n k in g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
O ther real estate ow n ed.
Due fro m a p p roved re ­
serve hanks ..................
Due fr o m other hanks. . .
C hecks on other hanks
an d cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. an d nation al c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
N ick els and cen ts.............
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$325,556 81
1 ,6 5 4 72
16,800 00
10,400
3,000
3,000
3,000

00
00
00
00

52,697 59
7,880 69

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p a id ......................
D ividen ds u n p a id .............
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit .............................
S avings d eposits...............

$20,000 00
6,000 00
3,693 28
20 00
56 ,452 76
348,809 17
1,823 77

2,412 61
2,860 00
690 55
6,746 00
100 01
$436,798 98

T otal

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

$436,798 98

42

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 .

Baraboo— Bank of Baraboo.
J. V A N O R D E N . P resident.

L. S. V A N O R D E N , Cashier.
A . W . M E L Z L , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
E. P. M cF etridge,
J. B. D onovan.

H.
G rotophorst,
J. V a n Orden,

E S T A B L IS H E D A P R IL , 1873.
In corp ora ted as a State B ank D ecem ber 11, 1880.
S ta tem en t N o vem b er 2 0 ,
Resources.
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
S ilver co in . . . . ..................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............

1917,

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
546,898 08
current expenses and
7,500 00
taxes p a id ......................
Due to banks— deposits..
711,365 69 Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
346 24 D em and
certificates o f
49,220 00
d e p o s i t ............................
4,009 35 T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
19,874 00 Saving's d eposits...............
50 2 82 C ertified c h e c k s ................
I
C ash ier’s
checks
o u t­
stand ing ........................
R eserve fo r taxes and in­
terest ...............................
O ther l i a b i l i t i e s . . . . . . . . .

$847,471 18
563 51

T otal ...................... $2 ,1 8 7 ,7 5 0 87

$100,000 00
50,000 00
16,26 7 80
34,645 60
951,215 48
22,835 30
534,725 73
457,977 93
4 39
14,509 56
5,500 00
69 08

T ota l ...................... $ 2 ,1 8 7 ,7 5 0 87

Baraboo—Farmers and Merchants Bank.
GEO. C. A S T L E . President.
W IL B E R CA H O O N , V ice P resident.

N. H. G E R B E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. C. A stle,
W ilb e r Cahoon,
N. H. Gerber,
D aniel R uggles,
A rth ur Judevine,

F red W . Schultz,
W m . H. Coflish,
W . P. Nuzum ,
W m . G. B eecroft.
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 1, 1917.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
$65,421 69 Capital stock paid in. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
C ontingent fu n d ................
and other b o n d s ...........
13,340 00 Individu al deposits, subF urniture and fixtu res. .
10,805 19
je c t to c h e c k ..................
Other real estate o w n e d .
3,871 68 T im e certificates o f deD ue fro m ap p roved rep o s i t .................................
serve banks ..................
13,326 08 S avings deposits...............
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
C ash ier’ s
checks
outhouse ...............................
196 00
stand ing .........................
Gold c o in .............................
325 00
Silver c o in ...........................
1,513 35
U. S. and nation al cu rr e n c y ...............................
7,269 00
N ickels and cen ts.............
246 09
T ota l .......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$116,314 08

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

$50,000 00
6,676 45
27,433 37
11,767 46
17,650 27
2,786 53

$116,314 08

R E P O R T S OF STATE B A N K S.

43

Barneveld—Barneveld State Bank.
JE R O M E .7. JON ES, P resident.
S E T H JO N E S, V ice President.

A N T O N S. A R N E S O N , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

Jerom e ,T. Jones,
Ed. W illiam s,

A n ton S. Arneson.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 1, 1896.
In co rp o ra te d as a State B an k Ju ly 24, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o vem b er 2 0 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an king h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due from approved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Gold c o i n . . ..........................
Silver c o in ......... .................
U. S. and national c u r­
rency ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l .......................

$399,710 08
160 62
84,0.00 00
5,000 00
1,500 00
65,660 00
1,795 00
105 25

Liabilities,
Capital stock paid in . . . .
$15,000
3,000
Surplus fu n d ........... ..
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p a id ............................... 8,0 97
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
155,596
D em and certificates of
deposit ..
379,068

00
00
21
10
17

2,740 00
90 53
$560,761 48

Barron

T ota l ......................

$560,761 48

Bank of Barron.

T.
W . B O R U M , President.
C. J. B O R U M , V ice President.
De W itt P ost,
J. E. B ow en,
C larence C. Coe,
Geo. R. Borum ,

1 0 1 7 .'

J. H. COE, 2nd V ice President.
GEO. R. B O R U M , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. H. Coe,
C. J. B orum ,
T. W . Borum .

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R , 1885.
In corporated as a State Bank M arch 14, 1887.
S ta tem en t N o ve m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other securit i e s ....................................
B an king h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due from approved reserve b a n k s ....................
Due from other ba n k s. .
E xch an ges fo r clearin g
house . .............................
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and n ation al cu rr e n c y .................... ..
N ick e ls'a n d cen ts.............
L ib e rty B o n d s ....................
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$354,929 60
15 40
20,400 00
1,200 00
9,000 00
2,000 00
79,704 33
10,288 74
36 12
2,305 00
2,416 15

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Due to banks— d e p o sits..
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
S avings deposits...............
C ash ier’s
checks
ou tstanding .........................
P ostal sa v in gs....................

$35,000 00
6,000 00
7,836 61
24,413 67
123,175 98
268,519 50
42,297 58
21,257 94
692 08

8,935 00
163 02
37,800 00
$529,193 36

T ota l ......................

$529,193 36

44

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 .

Barron—The Normanna Savings Bank
P. A. M OE, P residen t.
N.
M. R O C K M A N , V ice P resident.

J. C. R O C K M A N , Cashier.
E. A . R O C K M A N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P. A. M oe,
G ilbert I. M oe,

N. M. R ockm an,
J. C. R ockm an.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 4, 189 4.
In corp orated as a State B an k June 18, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L iabilities.
$232,589 54 C apital stock paid in . . . .
270 43 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
23,750 00
tax es p a id ......................
200 00 Individu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
1,671 00
350 00 T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
56,331 59 S avings d eposits...............
C ash ier’s
ch ecks
ou tstand ing .........................
227 05
687 50
381 45

Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other secu rit i e s ........... ........................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
Other real estate ow n ed.
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ick els an d cen ts.............
T o ta l ......................

4,554 50
1 31

. J

" T~ ]'

13,414 24
61,069 44
199,083 42
23,194 73
4,252 54

! ■'

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

$321,014 37

$12,000 00
8,000 00

$321,014 37

Barronett—Barronett State Bank
E D A N D E R S O N , P resident.
M A R T IN P E T E R S E N , V ice P re s id e n t.;X ]I [j

li

i

C. F. P A X T O N , Cashier.
,

D IR E C T O R S .
Ed. A nderson,
C. P. P axton ,

M arten Petersen.

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u se ..................
F urniture an d fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
E x p e n s e ...............................
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$23,576 83
200 00
2,715 00
1,387 73
4,379 61
327 65
. 1,894 00
80 88
2,174 94
$36,736 64

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
Individu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
-Cashier’ s
checks
ou tstand ing .........................
N otes and bills rediscoun ted ...........................
Other liabilities.................
T ota l ......................

$10,000 00
1,500 00
14,361 28
8,947 28
639 78
500 00
788 30
$36,736 64

REPORTS

45

OF STATE BANKS.

Barton—Barton State Bank.
P E T E R C. W O L F , Cashier.

F R A N K M U E L L E R , P resident.
D IR E C T O R S .
F ra n k M ueller,
B en W o o g ,
P eter C. W o lf,
W . F. G adow ,
Geo. H irschboeck,

A. J. K ap fer,
M ath. Thull,
J. P. Stockhausen,
John Jansen.

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

WT” 3

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d is c o u n t s ... .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
serve h a n k s....................
D ue fro m other b a n k s.. .
G old c o in ................'............
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
L ib e rty B on d a cco u n t. . .
T ota l ......................

$143,403 00
40,370 26
2,500 00
1,8 83 53
36 ,752
5,1 72
200
458

87
37
00
70

3,4 15 00
97 75
189 00

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
$10,000 00
1,000
00
Surplus fu n d .............
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
2,0 04
31
ta x es p a id .............
Due to banks— d ep osits..
20 00
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to ch e e k .........
64 ,384
66
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit ............................
132,318 34
S avings d eposits......
21,096
55
C ashier’s
checks
ou t­
standing ......................
3,6 18 62

:. .

!>

i

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

$234,442 48

$234,442 48

■La®

Bay City—Bay City State Bank.
A.
A.

A. M A N F R E D , P resident.
H. B J O R L E E , V ice P resident.

J. A. N E L SO N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. A. M anfred,
A. H. B jo rle e ,
J. A. N elson,

J. P. Groff.
J. G. E rickson .

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 25, 1917.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
$30,075 66
O v erdrafts .........................
5454
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s .............
1,180 00
B a n k in g h o u s e ........
3,2 45
00
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,247 93
D ue from ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ..........
9,7 12
09
G old c o in ...................
90
00
940
10
S ilver c o in .................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
2,6 55 00
N ickels and cen ts...
53
17
T o ta l . . .*................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$50,253 49

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid i n . . . .
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es p a id ......................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit .................................
S avings d eposits...............
C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................

T ota l ......................

$10,000 00
368 58
27,477 43
'

7,303 09
4,3 52 74
751 65

$50,253 49

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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 .

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 P resident,

F. W . R A IS L E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M. C. T rayser,
L evi C. L arson,

F. W . R aisleL

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 3, 1904.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an king h o u se ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m approved reserve b a n k s ....................
D ue from other ba n k s. .
Checks on other banks*
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T otal ......................

$106,203 49
614 63
687 00
2,500 00
1,400 00
4,849 15
5,474 81
1,517 60
490 00
662 65

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f de■ p o s i t .................................
S avings d eposits...............
N otes and bills rediscounted ...........................

$10,000 00
2,500 00
3,522 26
47,174 58
56,905 82
826 43
4,963 86

1,4 24 00
69 62
$125,892 95

T ota l ......................

$125,892 95

Beaver Dam—Farmers State Bank.
L. W . F L A N N IG A N , P resident.
C. ,T. S C H O E N F E L D , V ice P resident.

W M . H. H A L L . Cashier.
H. C. R U H N E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . B errigan,
John D eniger,
1j . W . F lann igan.
O. R* Jones,
L. A. B riese,

i n t o n e K uckuk,
C. J. S choenfeld,
C. Starkw eather
H erm an K rueger.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 20, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .................... : .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other securities ...................................
F u rn itu re and fixtures . .
O ther real estate ow n ed.
Due fro m approved reserve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash it e m s .............
f4nlf] no i n .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national curr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$278,967 14
1,537 46
82,746 00
4,500 00
6,400 00
12,500 00
30,579 27
901 78
1 ,100 00
1,586 50

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Due to banks— d ep o sits..
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
Savings d eposits...............
C ash ier’s
checks
ou tstand ing ...........

$50,000 00
1,200 00
7,279 52
3,041 50
86,768 09
206,413 30
79,155 06
300 00

13,238 00
101 32
$434,157 47

T otal

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

$434,157 47

REPORTS

OF STATE BANKS,

47

Belgium—Belgium State Bank.
N IC H U B IN G , P resident.
F R A N K P A U L Y , V ice President.

F. J. W IT M E Y E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M. J. H ubing,
W . J. B ichler.

N ic H ubing,
F ra n k P auly,
F.
J. W itm eyer,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 16, 1912.
.Statem ent N o ve m b e r 2 0 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .............
U. S., state m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue from approved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Gold c o in .............................
Silver co in . .............. ' .........
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l ......................

$139,802 13
50 53
62,252 47
5 , OCLO 00
3,457 75
18,070 03
22 50
334 65
7,823 00
19 6 59

1 9 f7 .

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t ............................
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
Saving's d eposits...............

$237,009 65

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

$15,000 00
5,000 00
1,355 76
108,377 09
10,881 10
83,823 00
12,672 70
$237,009 65

Belleville—Belleville State Bank.
D. S. S M ITH , President.
M. F. ROSS, V ice President.

C. E. M IN C H . Cashier.
M Y R T IE B. H A R M O N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

D. S. Smith,
M arion F. R oss,
E dw ard F ritz,
M. O. T ollefson ,
P. A. Genin,

F red Sauer,
J. H. L onghead,
F red W ild,
C. J. D alrym ple.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 2, 1901.
In corporated as a State B ank June 5, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g hou se....................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate o w n ed.
D ue from approved re­
serve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other ba n k s. . .
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .. . . . . .
Total

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L iab ilities.

$213,833 61
197 77
56,216
4,000
2,000
1,400

00
00
00
00

60,319
728
1,300
886

18
36
00
40

C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits,
less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits...............

$15,000 00
7,500 00
8', 116.17
116,988 65
188,694 81
7,320 18

2,662 00
76 49
$343,619 81

T ota l

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

$343,618 81

48

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 .

Belleville— Citizens State Bank.
S. E. M ILLE R .. P resident.
,T. L . L Y L E . V ice P resident.

IV A N P. R U F F , Cashier.
ID A V O E G E L I, A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

S. E. M iller,
,T. T. L yle,
W . H. F ergu son,
S. D. A ce.
W . H. Oliver,

E. S. A ce.
O. A. Scott,
O. B. A ce,
John F ergu son.

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 o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ........... .. . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
E x ch a n g e s fo r clearin g
h o u s e ...............................
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and ce n ts.............
T o ta l ......................

$194,241 10
1,9 61 20
17,150 00
4,000 00
1 ,9 72 00
71,428 88
282 35
285 00
343 65

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es p a id ......................
Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h eck . . . ............
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t ............................
S avings d eposits...............

$10,000 00
6,000 00
3,6 13 56
81,177 13
188,717 69
4,118 50

1,8 80 00
82 70
$293,626 88

T ota l

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

$293,626 88

Belmont— Belmont State Bank.
W . P. H U G H E S, P resident.
T.
J. K I L P A T R IC K , V ice P residen t.

I. A. J A Y N E Cashier.
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. K ilp atrick,
W m . W erfelm an ,
J. C. H ubenthal.

W . P. H ughes,
D.
L. R iech ers,
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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ick els and cen ts.............
T o t a l . ..................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$166,771 70
7,105 01
2,850 00
3,232 28
1,687 60
6,427 23
119 60
2,335 00
533 10
4,432 00
139 73
$195,633 25

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Due to banks— d ep o sits..
In d ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t ............................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t ........ ........................
Savings d eposits...............
N otes and bills rediscoun ted ...........................
T ota l

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

$25,000 00
2,649 00
886 31
28,000 00
52,139 68
7 00
75,382 02
2,869 24
8,700 00
$195,633 25

REPORTS

OF STATE BAN KS.

49

B e lm o n t— F a r m e r s S ta te B a n k .
,T. H. R IE C H E R S . President.
J. H. A L E X A N D E R , V ice P resident.

L. F. K U H N H E N N . Cashier.
T H O M A S G U G E R T T , A s s t Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F rank T. H inkins,
T. B. H u ggin s,
E. J. T ren ary.

J. H. R iechers,
J. H. A lexander,
T hom as G ugerty.
W m . P. D oyle,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L ia b ilit ie s .
R esou rces.
$215,895 23 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
Surplus
fu
n
d
......................
1,0 58 80
O verdrafts ........................
U ndivided profits, less
U. S , state, m unicipal
current expenses and
25,850 00
and other b o n d s ...........
taxes p a id ......................
1,9 71 80
F urniture and fixtu res. .
3,053 43 Ind ividu al deposits, subOther real estate ow ned .
je c t to c h e c k ..................
Due from ap p roved re57,374 86 T im e certificates o f deserve b a n k s ....................
p o s i t .................................
38,517 21
Due from other b a n k s . . .
Checks on other banks
387 88
and cash ite m s .............
1,7 59 70
Silver c o i n ...........................
U. S. and national cur3,159 00
ren cy ...............................
134 16
N ickels and cen ts.............
11 78
R evenue s ta m p s..................
T otal

*3 49 173 85

T otal , . ................

B e lo it — T h e B e l o it S ta te

$20,000 00
7,500 00
2,209 93
188,953 69
130,510 23

$349,173 85

Bank.
R . E. M E E C H , Cashier.

H. A. V A N O V E N , President.
C. H. P A L E T , V ice President.

'
D IR E C T O R S .

H en rietta P aley,
C. H. P aley,

H. A. V a n Oven.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 12, 1892.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . . n , 197,070 44
3,090 73
O verdrafts ........................
U. S.. state, m unicipal
154,630
07
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other securi6,782
25
t i e s ...................................
i n , 000 00
B anking1 h o u s e ..................
5,000 00
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due from approved re277,599 79
serve b a n k s ....................
2,629 07
Due from other banks . . .
C hecks on other banks
6,674 15
and cash ite m s .............
4,500 00
Gold c o in .............................
6,318 50
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cur61,470 00
r e n c y ...............................
769 00
N ickels and cen ts.............
T o ta l ...................... $ 1 ,7 3 6 ,5 3 4 90
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .
Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surnlus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
D ue to banks— deposits..
In d ividu al denosits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates of
d e p o s i t ............................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
S avings d ep osits...............
Certified c h e c k s ................
P osta l sa v in g s...................

$70,000 00
14,000 00
41,651 29
20,408 19
793,009 03
17,025 28
54,322
718,636
541
6,941

40
06
18
47

T ota l .................... $ 1 ,7 3 6 ,5 3 4 90

50

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 .

Beloit—The L. C. Hyde & Brittan Bank.
C L A R A L. B R IT T A N . P residen t.
R. K. R O C K W E L L , V ice P resident.

E. S. G R E E N E , Cashier.
W . R. C R O SB Y , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. B. R ockw ell,
R . K. R ock w ell.

E.
S. Greene.
C. L. B rittan,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y . 1854.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k M ay 9, 1899.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
T oans pnd d iscou n ts. . . . $459,515
O verdrafts ........................
1,3 55
U. S . state m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
466,478
P rem ium on b o n d s ...........
170
Rankins: h o u s e ..................
15,000
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
4,000
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
serve h a n k s ....................
172,860
E x ch a n ges fo r clearing’
h o u s e ............................... 1 ,5 68
6,142
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
3,1 96
U. S. and nation al cu r­
re n cy ..............................
24,217
N ickels and cen ts.............
367
T ota l

62
59
84
00
00
00
64
86
50
00

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in . . . .
$50,000
Surolus fu n d ...........
10,000
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
12,076
taxes p a i l ...........
Due to banks— denosits .
13,164
Individual denosits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ......
443,110
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t .................
291,819
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
84,291
S avings d eposits....
250,410

00
00
75
36
38
03
11
90

00
48

...................... $ 1 .1 5 4 .8 7 2 53

T otal ......... .............$1 .1 5 4 .8 7 2 53

Benton—The Benton State Bank.
TL T,. W IN S K E L L , P resident.
R. E. O R T O N , V ice P resident.

.T. G. S W IF T . Cashier.
R. A . C O U L T H A R T , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

R. E. Orton,
W . R. B uchan,
H. L. W in skell,
J. W . H ird.

R . E. W ilkin son ,
.Tohn G. Beck,
W B. V ail

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 3, 1894.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts ...............
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
P rem ium on b o n d s .........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve b a n k s ....................
D ue from other banks. . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$449,891 84
967 39
229,910
525
9,250
3,800

00
00
00
00

92,451 45
396 91
2,308 58
6,570 81
842 20

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es p a id ......................
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t ............................
S avings d eposits...............
Certified c h e c k s ................

$37,500 00
25,000 00
8,4 83 35
214,941 34
360,472 65
158,006 58
99 27

7,3 74 00
215 01
$804,503 19

T ota l

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

$804,503 19

R E P O R T S OF STATE BANKS.

51

Berlin—The Berlin State Bank.
W . G. B A B C O C K , P resident.
J. C. C L IN K , V ic e P resident.

A L E X . W A W R Z Y N I A K , Cashier.
JTj
D IR E C T O R S .
W . G. B abcock ,
H. E. F risbie.
jV U fl

C yrus W . A llen,
John C. Clink,
C.
M. B oettg e,

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ...........
Gold c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and ce n ts.............
T ota l ......................

$380,261 51
252 63
41,000 00
1,3 48 23
32,622 08
2,117 19
1,3 27 50
1,1 16 65
14,316 00
281 34
$474,643 13

L iabilities.
Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es p a id ......................
Due to banks— d ep o sits..
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
S avings d eposits...............
C ertified ch eck s.................
C ash ier’ s
ch ecks
ou tstanding .........................
T ota l ......................

$50,000 00
10,000 00
6,666 37152 77
129,668 17
68,145 37
200,710 97
130 58
9,168 90
$474,643 13

Birchwood—Birchwood State Bank.
A N T H O N Y W IS E . P resident.
H A R R Y A. L O C K W O O D V ice Pres.
C L A R E N C E E. W IS E , 2nd V ice Pres.

SCTRTO N. W IS E Cashier.
L A W R E N C E A. W TSE, Asst. Cashier,

D IR E C T O R S .
H a rr y A. L ock w ood,
C larence E. W ise.

A n th on y W ise,
S cipio W ise.
P ra n k N ew by.

D IR E C T O R S .
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 25, 1914.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B a n k in g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m approved r e ­
serve b a n k s ....................
D ue fro m other b a n k s . . .
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
h o u s e ...............................
Gold c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
Cash s h o r t ...........................
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$42,703 08
8307
200 00
2,750 00
2,046 68
3,510 23
3,889 57
602 40
105 00
11495

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es p a id ......................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
S avings D e p o sits.............
C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
stand ing .............
B ills p a y a b le .....................
O ther liabilities.................

$10,000 00
1,0 00 00
571 86
29,395 06
7 ,6 4 2 26
198 49
2,6 06 36
5,000 00
19411

485 00
114 03
4 13
$56,608 14

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

$56,608 14

52

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 .

Birnamwood—The Bank of Birnamwood.
J. H. V A N D O R E N , P resident.
JOS. R U N D H A M M E R , V ic e F res.

J. H . V a n D oren,
Otto A. R einke,
D. W . V a n Doren,
Jos. R undham m er,

D. W . V A N D O R E N , Cashier.
GEO. A. JE W S O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L ou is Steckbauer,
Chas. C. V ogt,
F . W . D e W itt.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 1, 1900.
In corp ora ted as a S ta te B an k A u g u st 15, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . . $166,974
. O v erdrafts .........................
11
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ............
11,009
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
1,3 00
D u e fro m approved r e ­
serve h a n k s..........
61,938
D ue fro m other h a n k s. . .
25,096
C hecks on other banks
10
and cash ite m s ...
Gold c o in ...................
262
S ilver c o in .................
594
U. S. and na tion al c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
3 ,5 3 4
N ickels and ce n ts...
291
T o ta l

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

46
37
00
00
67
23

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t .....................

$15,000 00
5,000 00
10,903 00
106,005 95
134,113 95

66
50
10
00
91
T ota l

$271,022 90

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

$271,022 90

Black Creek—Bank of Black Creek.
W M . S T R A S S B U R G E R . P residen t.
P E T E R R T S E R , V ic e P residen t.

r'

T

G. H. P E T E R S , Cashier.
[■] V f g if T « )

D IR E C T O R S .
B. J. Zuehlke,
W m . Strassburger,
P eter R y ser.

G. H. Peters,
Chas. H agen,
A ug. S trassbu rger,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 28, 1903.
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . ..
$238,268
O v erd rafts .........................
163
U. S.. state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s. . . . . .
16 ,075
B an k in g h o u s e ......
2,500
Furni+urc and fix tu res. .
500
Due fro m approved r e ­
serve banks ..................
61,391
C hecks on other hanks
and cash ite m s ..
514
Held c o in ...................... .. . .
402
Silver c o in ...............
1 ,0 05
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ......... ......................
4,583
N ickels and cen ts.
79
T ota l .................... ..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

05
77
00
00
00
79
56
50
00

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surolus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Ind ividu al denosits su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
S avings d eposits...............

$10,000 00
8,000 00
4,269 73
54,288 30
244,756 20
4,168 89

00
45

$325,,483 12

T ota l ......................

$325,483 12

R E PO R TS OF STATE BANKS.

53

Black Earth—Black Earth State Bank.
G.
W . P A R K E R , F residen t.
J O H N A . W A R D , V ice P residen t.

I V E R S IM L E Y , Cashier.
O L A F H A G E N E , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . A. M ickkelson,
G. W . P arker.

John A . W a rd ,
Iv e r Sim ley,
M. A. M ickelson,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 10, 190 4.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
an£ other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture an d fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m a p p roved re­
serve b a n k s .........................
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cu r­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels an d cents. , .........
T o ta l .......................

$174,217 81
2,030 82
16,922 00
1,500 00
1,500 00
48,928 01
2,120 00
981 85

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
ta x es p a id ......................
In d ividu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t .............................
Certified c h e c k s ................

$12,Q00 00
2,500 00
8,1 46 06
81,128 24
146,801 17
31 37

2,370 00
36 35
T ota l ......................

$250,606 84

$250,606 84

Black Hawk—Black Hawk State Bank.
(P . O. S prin g G reen.)
A. T. S P R E C H E R , P resident.
JO H N R IE S E R , V ice P resident.

L. R. S P R E C H E R , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Julius N old,
John Schiess,
Geo. L. Schneller.

A . T. Sprecher,
John R ieser,
W . F. S chaefer,
M artin Sprecher,

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 31, 1914.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L iabilities.
$81,656 88 C apital stock paid in . . . .
331 64 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
7,000 00
taxes p a id ......................
2,500 00
1,416 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to ch e ck .-................
15,495 25 D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t .............................
77 40 T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
515 00
207 10 S avings d eposits...............
C ash ier’s
ch eck s
ou t­
stand ing .........................
4,6 92 00
76
35

Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
an d other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m a p p roved r e ­
serve b a n k s ...................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s..............
G old c o in .............................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and na tion al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$113,927 03

T ota l

$ 10,000

00
300 00
967 54

26.293 02
592 96
72.293 02
1,0 60 80
2,4 16 69
$113,927 03

54

t lE 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 I N G .

Black River Falls—Jackson County Bank.
B. L. V A N G O R D E N , P resident.
F. E. T A N N E R , V ic e P resident.
R U F U S A. JON ES, 2nd V ice P resident.
S. H. V an G orden,
Geo. F. Cooper,
F. G. W arren ,
F. E. T anner,
P. J. H offm an,
F . M. T ay lor,

JO H N H. M IL L S , Cashier.
W . H. JO N E S, A sst. Cashier.
A N N A O LSO N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. H. M ills,
B. L. V a n Gorden,
E. A. H om stad,
R . A. Jones,
Sam uel Lund.

E S T A B L IS H E D

JA N U A R Y

11, 1877.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
O ther real estate o w n ed .
D u e fro m a p p roved re­
serve b a n k s ....................
D ue fr o m other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
an d cash ite m s ..............
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. an d nation al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
L ib e rty B on d a c c o u n t .. .
T o ta l .......................

$393,390 83
1 ,5 74 99
57,450
7,000
3,0 00
924

00
00
00
14

61,388 64
12,500 00
1,129 47
2,990 00
980 02

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
$30,000
Surplus fu n d . . . ' . ....
10,000
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
13,987
taxes p a id .............
Due to banks— d eposits.
15,668
D ividen ds unpaid ...........
22
Individual deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k .........
166,000
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
314,438
C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
stand ing .........................
3,3 82
P ostal sa v in gs..........
209

00
00
55
17
50
23
62
87
86

3,4 38 50
31 21
7 ,9 12 00
$553,709 80

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

$553,709 80

Blair—The Home Bank of Blair.
O.
G.

B. B O R S H E IM , President.
L. S O L B E R G , V ice P resident.
J. R. H a lla n ger,
J. M cK ivergin ,
P.
G. H anson ,

G. L. H J E R L E ID , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
o . B. B orsheim ,
K. S. K nutson,
G. L. Solberg.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 7, 1899.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k M arch 20, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other b a n k s . . .
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$454,261
4,469
3,000
500

35
10
00
00

103,883
10,743
3,560
960

36
96
00
55

20,079 00
123 60

$601,580 92

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ........................
Due to banks— d ep osits..
In d iv idu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit...................................
Savings d eposits...............
C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
stand ing .........................
N otes an d bills re d is­
coun ted ...........................
T o ta l .......................

$30,000 00
10,000 00
5 ,9 92 22
2,8 41 68
56,787 80
410,653 35
41,116 53
10,989 34
38,200 00
$601,580 92

55

R EPO RTS OF STATE BANKS.

Blanchardville—Union State Bank.
E.
I. S T E E N S L A N D , P resident.
O. R. OLSON , V ice P resident.

E. R . JA C K S O N , Cashier.
C. H. B U C K IN G H A M , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H.
B olleru d,
Jas. A. B lan ch ard,
E.
I. Steensland,
O. R. Olson,
E.
R egez, Sr.,
A ntone A. N yboten.
T hos. C leary,
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 14, 1891.
In corporated as a State B an k June 5, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
L ib e rty B on d s....................
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
Other real estate ow n ed.
D ue fro m ap p roved re serve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on oth er banks
an d cash ite m s ..............
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
Gold c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T o ta l ......................

$498,978
6,041
48,224
5,000
5,000

18
13
00
00
00

103,814 16
6,761 02
2,541 50
7,337 50
2,915 00
354 20
6,846 00
120 40
$693,933 09

L ia b ilit ie s .
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ........................
D ividen ds u n p a id .............
Ind ividu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t .............................
T im e certificates of dep o s i t .................................
S avings d eposits...............
C ertified ch e ck s.................
R eserved fo r ta x es...........

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

$55,000 00
11,000 00
4,156 47
120 00
319,271 90
294,075 bo
100
7,875
833
1,500

00
53
64
00

$693,933 09

Bloomer—Bank of Bloomer.
A.
T. N E W M A N , P resident.
W M . L A R S O N , V ice P resident.
W m . L arson ,
O. A . A braham son,
L.
M. N ew m an,

ED. K R A N Z F E L D E R , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
T hurfin Thom pson,
A. T. N ew m an.

E S T A B L IS H E D 1882.
In corporated as a State B an k A u gu st 15, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . . $220,108
O verdrafts .........................
1,750
U. S., state, m unicipal
an d other b o n d s ............
31,945
4,200
B an kin g h o u s e .......
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,125
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
serve b a n k s......... ...........
176,457
C hecks on other banks
an d cash ite m s ...
281
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
h o u s e ....................
8,571
Gold c o i n . . . ............
2,070
Silver c o in ................
1,4 86
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
10 ,766
N ickels and c e n ts ...
27
S a fe ty deposit b o x e s . . . .
165
L ib e rty B o n d s .........
2,8 08
T o ta l .......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

88
91
90
00
00
00

L iabilities.
C apital sto ck paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p aid ........................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................

$25,000 00
1,000 00
1,1 35 78
199,147 15
236,480 93

75
07
00
20
00
78
37
00

$462,763 86

T ota l ......................

$462,763 86

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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 IN G .

Bloomer—People’s State Bank of Bloomer.
F H. C U T T iN G , P resident.
ERAS-. A L B R E C H T , V ice P resident.

w . E. K IT C H , Cashier.
M. M. S C H M O C K , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P. H. Cutting,
Chas. A lbrecht,
C. H ansen,
•J. A. M orrison,

C.
L. Christianson,
A. J. M artin ,
H en ry P . W ern er, Jr.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 6, 1912.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources,
L oans and d isco u n ts____
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties ....................................
B an k in g house ................
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s. .
Due fr o m a p p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l ......................

$162,056 98
2,7 84 29
10,784 50
• 1,800 00
2,000 00
2,090 04
62,110 47
528 74
70 00
1,7 47 75

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p a id ......................
In d ividu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit .................................
S avings d e p o s it s .............
Certified c h e c k s ................

$10,000 00
1,9 92 28
2,483 38
87,264 94
147,251 24
2,409 58
102 59

5,317 00
214 24
$251,504 01

T ota l ......................

$251,504 01

Bloomington—The Bloomington State Bank.
W JE L M O R R IS S E Y , President.
A. C. TUBB.3, V ice P resident.

S. E. P E A R S O N , Cashier.
A. E. B U D A L IN , A sst, Cashier
d ir e c t o r s

A. C. Tubbs,
W ill M orrissey,
L. M. Greer,
B ert G. Fennel,

,

.
Thos. Bailie,
S.
C. W . Stone.

E. P earson,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 28, 1 909.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . . $110,086 64 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
2,446 66 Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
3,350 00
current expenses and
B an king h o u s e ..................
3,4 85 78
tax es p aid ........................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,861 73 Individu al deposits, su b­
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve b a n k s ....................
50,126 11 T im e certificates o f d e­
C hecks on other banks
p osit .................................
and cash ite m s .............
3 90
Gold c o in .............................
1,145 00
Silver c o in ...........................
1,3 01 70
U. S. and na tion al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
5,517 00
N ickels and ce n ts.............
200 82
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$180,525 34

T ota l

$15,000 00
500 00
493 18
54,448 68
110,083 48

$180,525 34

57

R E P O R T S OF STATE B AN K S.

Bloomington—The Woodhouse & Bartley Bank.
M.
T. W O O D H d U S E , P residen t.
Li. P. B A R T L E Y , V ice President.

L. A. W O O D H O U S E , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L. A . W oodh ouse.

L. P. B artley ,
M. F. W oodh ouse,

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 1, 1883.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u g u st 10, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$587,799 55 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
6,968 12 Surplus fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
13,000 00
taxes p a id ......................
4,000 00
Individu
al deposits, sub­
3,283 69
je c t to c h e c k ..................
153 82
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t ............................
143,814 29
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit ............
233 90
1,7 75 00 Savings d e p o s i t s .............
889 10 B ills p a y a b le ......................

Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate o w n ed .
Due from approved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Checks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in ........................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and. ce n ts.............
T ota l ......................

$15,000 00
15,000 00
12,036 79
188,721 01
5,000 00
480,725 68
10,00'4 51
40,000 00

4,4 34 00
136 52
$766,487 99

T ota l ......................

$766,487 99

Bluo Mounds—Blue Mounds State Bank.
H.
B. D A H L E . P resident.
C. M. A R N E S O N , V ice President.
H. B. D ahle,
O. M. D ah le,
T.
G. L ingard ,

O. M. D A L E Y , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. M. A rneson.
W m . Thousand.
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 16, 1910.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
$70,495 06 C apital stock paid in . . . .
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
......................
Surplus
fu
n
d
47
743
O verdrafts .........................
U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
670 00
and other b o n d s ...........
tax es p a id ........................
2,712 29
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
1,476 87 Individu al deposits, sub­
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
je c t to c h e c k ..................
Due fro m approved r e ­
20,328 72 D em and certificates o f
serve b a n k s ....................
d
e p o s i t ............................
68
12,710
Due fro m other b a n k s . . .
T im e certificates o f d e­
Checks on oth er banks
p o sit...................................
26 90
and cash ite m s .............
ch ecks
ou t­
520 00 C ash ier’s
G old c o in .............................
standing ..........................
455 80
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
1,111 00
ren cy ...............................
41 80
N ickels and ce n ts.............
T ota l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$111,292 59

T otal

$15,000 00
2,300 Ó0
645 28
44,208 72
27,099 55
21,438 26
600 78

$111,292 59

58

REPORT

O P T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R

O P B A N K IN G .

Blue River—Blue River State Bank.
W . R. COU M BE, P resident.
J. S. P E T E R S , V ice Fresident.

J R O B ’T CO U M B E, Cashier.
G. L. D O O L E Y , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

W R. Coum be,
J. S. Peters,

J. R 0b ’ t Coum be.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 7, 1906.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . . $157,821 62 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
O v erd rafts ........................
106 15 Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, . m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
15 ,242 00
cu rren t expenses and
1 ,6 27 87
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
ta x es p a id ........................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,379 43 In d ividu al deposits, subDue from ap p roved re ­
. je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve b a n k s ....................
77,844 69 T im e certificates o f d e­
C hecks on other banks
p osit .................................
and cash ite m s..............
11 00 C ertified c h e c k s ................
Gold c o in .................
3,435 00 C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
S ilver c o in ...........................
337 25
stand ing .........................
U. S. and national cu r­
Other lia b ilities.................
ren cy ...............................
9,5.21 00
N ickels and ce n ts.............
92 56
T ota l ......................

$267,418 57

T ota l ......................

$10,000 00
2,300 00
869 60
130,011 10
111,218 38
100 00
12,266 67
652 82

$267,418 57

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 , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Chris. B onnin,
Chas. Zuehlke,
E lm er Spengler,
R. C. "Wendt,

John F ink,
Math. W agner,
John W estphal.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 24, 190 6.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . . $3 41,991 73 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
O v erd rafts ........................
219 34 Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and oth er b o n d s ...........
76,000 00
cu rren t expenses and
5,357 38
B an k in g house ................
taxes p a id ......................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,711 10 D ividen ds u n p a id .............
Due fro m ap p roved r e ­
Individu al deposits, sub­
serve b a n k s ....................
106,924 88
je c t to c h e c k ..................
Due from other ba n k s. . .
13 ,132 40 T im e certificates o f d e­
C hecks on other banks
posit .......................
and cash ite m s.............
108 80 S avings deposits...............
Gold c o in .............................
4,340 00
Silver c o in ...........................
1 ,3 46 10
U. S. and national c u r ­
rency .................
6,127 00
N ickels and cen ts.............
112 13
T ota l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$557,370 86

T ota l .......................

$50,000 00
5,000 00
4,4 27 73
7 00
95,697 86
377,150 46
25,087 81

$557,370 86

R EPO RTS OF STATE BANKS.

59

Boscobel— Central State Bank.
T H E O . K R O N S H A G E , P resident.
J. C. B E T Z , V ic e P resident.

C. W . M E N K H A U S E N , C ashiei.

D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. F. H ildebran d,
C. W . M enkhausen.

Theo. K ron sh age,
J. C. B etz,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T , 1871.
In co rp o ra te d as a State B an k Ju ly 20, 1903.
[F o rm e rly 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
an d other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ..............
Gold c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
37,550 00
6,000 00
taxes p a id ........................
1,400 00 Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
73,975 71 D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t .............................
9,470 61 T im e certificates o f d eposit ...............................
6,555 00
342 00

$331,271 54
1,149 57

181 20
123,538 bb
10,294 09
311,383 29

3,559 00
323 70
$471,597 13

T otal .

$25,000 00
1,200 00

T otal

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

$471,597 1 3

Boscobel— State Bank of Boscobel.
L O U IS B. R U K A , P resident.
JO H N J. R U K A , V ice P resident.

R. J. M O R R ISO N , Cashier.
F R E D W . R U K A , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

L ou is B. R uka,
John J. R uka,

F re d W . R uka,
R o b e rt J. M orrison.
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 2, 1892.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u se ..................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and na tion al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
L ib e rty B o n d s ....................
T ota l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$284,155 06
734 41
52,213 89
3,750 00
1,100 00
90,831 72
581 31
562 50
916 00

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
tax es p a id ......................
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t ............................
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit ..................................
Other lia b ilitie s.................

$15,000 00
3,000 00
60 5 0 5
131,480 30
60,484 87
257,967 79
2,294 31

6,043 00
94 43
29,850 00
$470,832 32

T ota l .................... ..

$470,832 32

60

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 .

Bowler—Fanners State Bank.
H.
G. F U H R M A N , P resident.
P R A N K M A T Z , V ice P resident.

H. H. G E H N E R , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
P ra n k M atz,
E. J. B uettner,
H erm an Schenk.

H. G. F uh rm an ,
W m . B uche,
F ra n k N eitzel,
F.
G. B rener,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 21, 1915.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
Due from other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l

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

$90,800 09
773 37
22,000 00
4,049 47
1,552 57
8,890 23
5,218 55
1,931 14
105 00
454 75

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
D ividends u n p a id .............
Ind ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
S avings d eposits...............
C ash ier’s
ch ecks
outstanding .........................
R eserv ed fo r ta x es . . . .

$15,000 00
3,000 00
2,972 23
12 00
30,285 73
80,669 03
3,600 72
1,480 43
367 00

1,581 00
30 97
$137,387 14

T ota l ......................

$137,387 14

Boyceville—Bank of Boyceville.
W . R. Z A B E L . P resident.
T. N. CLO U G H , V ice P resident.

C. W . H A Y E S . Cashier.
E. C. A J E R , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W m . Schlough,
C.
W . H ayes.
John Schutz.

T h eron N. Clough,
W . R. Zabel,
M. F. Baker,
J. T. Joyce,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ........................
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
D u e from approved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Due from other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in ........................... .
S ilver c o i n . . . ....................
U. S. and na tion al c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$196,136
10,736
5,305
3,839

13
15
77
67

3 8,439 24
9,169 0 5
1,0 07 92
1,5 15 00
317 40
1,9 99 00
67 55
$268,532 88

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p a id ......................
Due to banks— d ep osits..
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit .....................
S avings d eposits...............
C ash ier’ s
checks
o u t­
stand ing ...................
Total

$30,000 00
5,000 00
1,1 44 77
5,000 00
86,970 97
94 ,684 41
33,335 99
12,396 74
$268,532 88

R E PO R TS OF STATE BANKS.

61

Boyd—State Bank of Boyd.
A L B E R T B U T S C H E R , P resident.
JO H N L O W E , V ice President.

H. J. B U T S C H E R , C ashier.
JO H N W . M E Y E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . E sslinger,
H. J. B utscher,
Jos. H. Janda.

A lb ert B utscher,
Joh n L ow e,
Gust Keehn,
Theo. K eehn,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture an d fix tu re s. .
D ue fro m ap p rov ed r e ­
serve b a n k s . . . . . .........
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
h o u s e ...............................
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and na tion al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
15,828 00
taxes p a id ......................
4,500 00
. 2,100 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
32,287 42 T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit ...................... ...........
8 30 Savings deposits...............
ch eck s
ou t­
980 00 C ashier’s
standing .........................
933 90

$177,895 84
976 15

$25,000 00
5,000 00
1,580 93
39 ,341 28
80,709 70
87,447 31
968 96

4,430 00
108 57
T ota l

$240,048 18

$240,048 18

Boyd—The Citizens State Bank of Boyd.
W A L T E R M IL L IN G , P resident.
F.
X . K L E IN E R , V ice P residen t.

C H A S. N E L SO N , Cashier.
N. P . K L E IN E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R o b e rt R itch ie,
E d. W an ish ,
Joseph L ich t,
N ick D race.

R o b e rt C onnor,
F . X . K leiner,
W a lte r M illing,
M artin P lass,
L. A. T urner,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 7, 1910.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g hou se....................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
O ther real estate o w n e d .
D u e fro m approved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash R e m s.............
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and n a tion al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ick els and cen ts.............
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$76,391 13
657 55
5,000
3,300
3,6 82
2,345

00
00
58
99

19,218 58
89 92
1,000 00
571 30

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
S avings d e p o sits................
C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................

$12,500 00
750 00
1 ,2 62 39
37,719 97
31,636 09
30,426 30
100 00

2,131 00
6 70
$114,394 75

T ota l .................... ..

$114,394 75

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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 IN G .

Brandon—Farmers State Bank.
P. W . A T W O O D , P resident.
J. E. JO H N SO N , V ice P resident.

C. E. P E R R Y , Cashier.
H. A . CO LE , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F. E. S haykett,
E. F. Y oung,
P. W . A tw ood,
C. E. P e rry ,
H. A. W ilk ie,

H iram Cole,
M att Rens,
J. E. Johnson,
H en ry B ossen brook.
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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L iabilities.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
$63,167 58 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O verdrafts .........................
388 81 Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
22,153 75
cu rren t expenses and
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
4,530 78
tax es p a id ........................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,275 30 D ividen d s u n p a id .............
Due fr o m a p p roved re Ind ividu al deposits, su bserve b a n k s ....................
11,895 98
je c t to c h e c k ..................
Gold c o in .............................
65 00 Tim e certificates o f deSilver c o in ...........................
561 70
p o s i t .................................
U. S. and national cu rSavings d e p o sits................
ren cy ...............................
3,913 00
N ickels and cen ts.............
49 18
T o ta l ......................

$109,001 08

T ota l ......................

$20,000 00
1,000 00
2,650 87
12 00
27,180 88
53,819 32
4,338 01

$109,001 08

Brandon—F. R. Foster & Son, Bankers.
F. R. F O S T E R , P resident.
J. W . F O S T E R , V ice P resident.

F . R. S C H W A N D T , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
F. r . Schw andt.

F . R . F oster,
J. W . F oster,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1902.
In corp ora ted as a State B ank June 26, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and oth er secu rit i e s ....................................
B an king h o u s e ...................
F urniture an d fix tu res. .
Due fr o m a p p roved re serve b a n k s ....................
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. an d na tion al cu rre n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
R evenue s ta m p s................
E x p e n s e ...............................
T o ta l .......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$414,702 64
1,831 49
17,150 00
600 00
5,500 00
1,500 00

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
Individual deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t .......................... ..
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................

$50,000 00
10,000 00
144,932 61
77,079 09
216,016

43,458 89
1,410 00
1,006 55
9,860
114
60
833

00
92
00
76

$498,028 25

T ota l

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

$498,028 25

R E PO R TS OP STATE B AN K S.

63

Bristol—Home State Bank.
C H A S. R. R IC E , President.
W . A. U PSO N , V ice P resident.

I. A. JO H N SO N , Cashier.
W . G A IN E S , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Chas. R ice,
W . A. U pson.

Chas. Gunter,
E dm und P ike,
P.
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 te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
Stocks and other secu ri­
ties ...................................
B an kin g h o u se ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash item s...............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
O ther re so u r c e s ................
L ib e rty B on d a cco u n t. . .

$60,254 57
43 78
3,5 41 61
3,580 00
1,0 75 00
1,3 01 00
7,151 66

$ 10,000 00

5,000 00

69 36
101 61
17,947 54
44,976 53
6,892 11

787 75
97 50
232 55
2,138
120
2,509
2,154

00
53
20
00

$84,987 15

T ota l

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes p a id ........................
Due to banks— d ep o sits..
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit ..........................
S avings d eposits...............

T ota l

$84,987 15

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 ic e P resident.

E D W . H. COLE, Cashier.
G. Z U E R C H E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. J. Stephenson,
E d w ard M cN air,
J. L. R od erick ,
J- B. P ierce,
M. L . K a rn ey,
Chas. Zuercher,
E dw . H . Cole,
E. J. M itchell.
A. W . P alm er,
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 1, 189 5.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g hou se....................
F urniture and fix tu re s. .
Due fro m approved r e ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ..............
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. an d nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels an d ce n ts.............
B on d a c c o u n t....................
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L iabilities.
$473,433 42 C apital stock paid in . . . .
166 39 S urplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
60,250 00
8.500 00
ta x es p a id ......................
1.5 00 00 Individu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ......................
70,095 93 D em and certificates o f
5,2 92 15
d e p o s i t .............................
S avings d eposits...............
171 92
727 50
3,2 05 90

$50,000 00
46,000 00
7,315 40
203,879 35
245,986 17
138,178 86

5,3 28 00
238 57
62,450 00
$691,359 78

T ota l

$691,359 78

64

REPORT

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

Brodhead— The Bank of Brodhead.
M . S. P E N G R A , P resident.
JA C O B M A R T Y , V ice P resident.
K. O, L O F T H U S , 2nd V ic e President.

G. E. B R O U G H T O N , Cashier.
H . V . H A R T M A N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . S. P engra,
Ja cob M arty,
F red Ties,
Chas. Stephens,
B. J. Gardner,

Wm.
K.
D.
John

Schem p,
O. L ofthus,
L. A m erpohl,
L. Fleek,

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 20, 1881.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . . $214,038 35 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O verdrafts .........................
486 41 U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
and other b o n d s .............
19,752 00
taxes p a id ......................
B an kin g h o u s e . , ....
22,730
00 Individu al deposits, su b ­
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
5,000 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
Other real estate ow n ed .
5,196 05 D em and certificates o f
D ue fro m approved re ­
d eposit...............................
serve b a n k s ...........
51,456
26 S avings d ep o sits................
Due fro m other ba n k s. . .
1,1 37 51
C hecks on other banks
224
28
and cash ite m s....
Gold c o in ....................
1,660
00
Silver c o in ...........................
l , 115 70
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
7,567 00
246
39
N ickels and cen ts....
T ota l ......................

$330,609 95

T ota l ......................

$100,000 00
8,269 48
112,653 03
94,630 74
15,056 70

$330,609 95

Brooklyn—Brooklyn State Bank.
G. 1. T R IP P , President.
O W E N R O B E R T S , V ice President.

A . R. D A H M S , Cashier.
J. O. W A L L E S T A D , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Z a la B aldw in,
E. E. R oberts,
G. I. Tripp,
F red Chapin,

Owen R oberts,
A. R . Dahm s,
B lan ch e E. W ack m an ,
M abel A lsop.
E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 12, 1900.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . . $200,705 27 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
O verdrafts .........................
4 6 7 5 2 Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ..........
10,550 00
current expenses and
P rem ium on b o n d s ..........
126 00
ta x e s p a id ......................
B an k in g h o u s e ......
1,2 00
00 Individu al deposits, su b­
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,059 84
je c t to c h e c k ..................
Due fro m ap p roved r e ­
D em and certificates o f
serve b a n k s ........
59,175
52
d e p o s i t .............................
C hecks on other banks
C ertified ch eck s.................
and cash ite m s......... .. .
150 07
G old c o in ........................
750 00
S ilver c o in ...............
391
05
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
4,6 07 00
N ickels and cen ts..
79
67
T ota l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$280,261 94

T ota l .......................

$2 0 , 0 0 0

00
5,000 00

2,141 43
103,576 34
149,507 17
37 00

$280,261 94

65

R EPO RTS OE STATE BANK S.

Brownsville—The Brownsville State Bank.
P . H . M cC A R T Y , P resident.
B A R T L E JO N E L Y , V ic e P resident.

P. H. M cC arty,
B artle Jon ely,
J a co b W u rtz,
Otto R uedebusch,

O TTO R U E D E B U S C H , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Chas. F. K uen,
H en ry R osenkranz,
E. H. L yon s.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T o ta l ......................

$127,723 25
18,100 00
2,400 00
1,835 00
14,958 75
1,075 50
454 60
2,017 00
88 33

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
Tirne certificates o f dep osit .................................
S avings d e p o sits................

$168,634 43

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

$15,000 00
3,500 00
2,951 97
48,103 76
86,801 52
12,277 18

$168,634 43

Browntown—The Farmers Bank of Browntown.
H E N R Y D IV A N , President.
A N D R E S S T R E E , V ice P resident.

R . E. E R IC K S O N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F rank Soddy,
O. M. E rickson ,
A nd ress T ree,
A . F . A nderson.

J. H. Bast,
C. A. K elly,
H en ry Divan,
R. E. E rickson ,
Ed. M cG uire,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 13, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u se ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
Due fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other b a n k s . .
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and na tion al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l ......................
5— B.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$159,957 95
837 82
1,000 00
3,550 00
1,935 00
16,795
4,288
220
378

86
89
00
95

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Iud ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t ............................

$15,550 00
3,350 00
4,536 12
85,049 91
83,963 14

3,3 82 00
102 70
$192,449 17

T ota l

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

$192,449 17

66

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 I N G .

Bruce— Lumberman’s State Bank of Bruce.
D. J. A R P IN , P resident.
E. P. A R P IN , V ice P resident.
W. A. B L A C K B U R N , V ice P resident.

•

A. G. K R A U S E , Cashier.
P . L. OTIS, A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
D. J. A rpin,
E. P. A rpin,
A.
G. K rau se,

J. Z. Arpin,
W . A. B lackburn.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 5, 1902.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rce*.
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other secu rit i e s ....................................
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Other real estate ow n ed .
D ue fro m a p p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ..............
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and na tion al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and ce n ts.............
T o ta l

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

$129,836 89
1,2 04 31
1,200 00
75
3,600
1,946
978

00
00
75
55

11 ,244 33
731 90
955 00
536 50

L ia b ilit ie s .
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es p a id ......................
Due to banks— d e p osits..
Individu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
S avings d eposits...............
C ash ier’s
ch eck s
ou tstand ing ...........................

$15,000 00
5,000 00
1,319 97
29 44
69,584 60
45,291 43
14,930 64
5,362 54

4,107 00
102 39
$156,518 62

T o ta l

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

$156,518 62

Brule—Brule State Bank.
JO H N COH N , P resident.
W . B. F A L L IS , V ice P resident.

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

John Cohn,
W . B. F allis,

A llen T. G older.
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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fr o m a p p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$19,718 66
200 00
1,000 00
718 63
3,8 14 65

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
C ontingent lu n d ................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
S avings d e p o sits................
O ther liabilities.................

53 30
40 00
242 75

$10,000 00
20 96
11,188 54
3,079 38
1,688 96
1,317 59

1,4 54 00
53 44
$27,295 43
—

T ota l .......................
—

$27,295 43

R E P O R T è OF STATE BA N K S.

67

Burlington—Bank of Burlington.
C. R. M cC A N N A , P residen t.
L O U IS R O H R , V ice P resident.

G. A . U B B E L E , Cashier.
JO H N T. F R A S C H , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

C. R . M cC anna,
L ou is R oh r,
G. A. U ebele,

T. J. C unningham ,
A. M. B rehm ,
S. D. Slade.

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 14, 1871.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k D ecem ber 17, 1891.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . . $ 1 ,211 ,726
4,034
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
127,782
and other b o n d s ...........
4,000
F urniture and fix tu res. .
3,9 85
Other real estate o w n ed .
D ue fro m a p p roved re158,902
serve b a n k s ....................
5,971
Due from other b a n k s . . .
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
494
house ...............................
7,360
Gold c o in .............................
3,800
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu r17,573
r e n c y ...............................
347
N ickels and c e n ts ..............
R evenue sta m p s................

05
33
02
00
29
11
20
87
00
00

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Due to banks— d ep o sits..
In d ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
S avings d eposits...............
C ertified c h e c k s ................

$75,000 00
25,000 00
50,386 51
3,648 93
569,656 25
554,421 08
266,646 43
1,218 25

00
62
96

T ota l ...................... $1 ,5 4 5 ,9 7 7 45

T ota l ...................... $1 ,5 4 5 ,9 7 7 45

Burlington—Meinhardt Bank.
A L B E R T M E IN H A R D T , P residen t.
E L IS A M E IN H A R D T , V ic e P resident.

E D A M E IN H A R D T , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A lbert M einhardt,
E lisa M einhardt,

E d a M einhardt.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1891.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k D ecem ber 30, 1896.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L iabilities.
$667,685 31 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
250 37 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
114,855 75
ta x es p a id . . . . ..............
5,000 00
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
97,706 67
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
2,600 38
404 50 Savings d eposits...............
1,621 35 Certified c h e c k s ................

Resources.
L oa n s an d d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
Due fro m a p p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels an d cen ts.............
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$62,500 00
12,500 00
16,620 26
206,001 10
464,475 76
141,858 24

13,502 00
332 77
$903,959 10

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

$903,959 10

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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 .

Burnett—Burnett State Bank.
J. H. P E A C H E Y , P residen t.
G E O R G E R. M A Y H E W , V ice P residen t.
J. H. P each ey,
F.
H. B og da ,
P . E. M oul,
A u gu st T hiem ann,

H. E. R O L L , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. E. R oll,
H erm an S chellpfeffer,
G eorge M ayhew .

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 30, 1910.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .................... .. .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Other real estate o w n e d .
D ue fr o m a p p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on oth er banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and na tion al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T o ta l .......................

$117,286 05
118 82
7,000
3,000
1,850
1,800

00
00
00
00

12,509 49
2,500 00
15 00
487 50

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es p a id ......................
Ind ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates of
d e p o s i t ............................
S avings d eposits...............
C ash ier’s
checks
ou tstanding .........................
B ills p a y a b le .......................

$10,000 00
3,000 00
3,555 02
50,268 48
47,927 76
22,134 26
1,710 92
10,000 00

1,963 00
66 58
$148,596 44

T ota l ......................

$148,596 44

Butternut—Ashland County Bank.
W M . G. F O R D Y C E , P residen t.
JO H N F O R D Y C E , V ice P resident.
John F o rd y ce ,
C. S. F o rd y ce ,
W m . G. F o rd y ce ,
J. L. B loom ,

L O U IS E M. B O E T T C H E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F ra n k H eiderer, Jr.,
F ritz A. Zoesch ,
Chas. Zoesch.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 11, 1894.
In corporated as a S tate B an k A u g u st 10, 1903.

J
y
■

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esources.
L o a n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e . . . . .........
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fr o m approved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .................
Silver c o i n . . . ....................
U. S. and nation al c u r­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
L ib e rty B o n d s ....................
T ota l .......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$157,231 79
1,0 29 98
29,500 00
1,2 50 00
1,2 50 00
32,567 38
5 ,3 61 22
232 96
335 00
759 80

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
S avings d ep osits...............
C ertified c h e c k s ................
P osta l s a v in g s ..................
R eserved fo r t a x e s .........

$15,000 00
1,0 00 00
5 ,2 84 43
107,464 65
97,353
42,898
1 ,2 25
3,237
1 ,8 98

27
89
49
59
39

3 ,7 4 7 00
147 58
41,950 00
$275,362 71

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

$275,362 71

R E P O R T S OF STATE BA N K S.

69

Cable— Cable State Bank.
L.
D. P E R R Y , P resident.
M A R T IN R O G A N , V ice P resident.

H A R R Y M. F U L E Y , C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L.
D. P erry,
M artin R ogan,
H a rr y M. F u ley,

F . G. D ew ey,
• F ra n k 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L iabilities.
$10,866 39 C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ........... ..
1,000 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
666 19
T im e certificates o f d e­
4,823 40
p osit .................................
9,903 15 S ayings d eposits...............
ch ecks
out­
42 50 C ashier’ s
standing •.........................
107 75

Resources.
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
U. S.. state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
D ue fro m other b a n k s . . .
G old c o in ...................... ..
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and na tion al c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
E xpen se ...............................

2,000 00

14,333 85
585 00
2,168 06
57 06

1,356 00
6 05
372 54
$29,143 97

T otal

$ 10,000 00

T ota l

$29,143 97

Cadott— Citizens State Bank.
C H A R L E S G R A S S L E , P resident.
H E N R Y G O E T Z. V ice P resident.

GEO. W , B O IE , Cashier.
F R E D G O E T Z, A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. W . B oie,
John J. K aiser,
C harles Grassle.

H en ry Goetz,
John D ietrich,
A . J. D ietzler,
B en D ietrich,

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R , 1902.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
$229,543 94 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
595 81 Surplus fu n d ......................
O v e rd ra fts .........................
U ndivided P rofits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
cu rren t expenses and
7,165 00
and oth er b o n d s ...........
tax es p a id ......................
4.000 00
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
3.000 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
F urniture and fix tu res. .
je c t to c h e c k ..................
1,190 00
O ther real estate o w n e d .
T im e certificates o f d e­
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
61,700 22
p osit .................................
serve b a n k s ....................
Savings d eposits...............
C hecks on other banks
699 18 C ertified c h e c k s ................
and cash ite m s ..............
checks
ou t­
1 ,2 22 50 C ashier’s
G old c o in .............................
456 30
standing .........................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
5,405 00
ren cy ...............................
211 90
N ick els and cen ts.............
T ota l .................... ..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$315,089 85

T otal

$25,000 00
12,500 00
2,839 66
97,321 08
128,578 30
47,325 36
30 36
1 ,4 95 09

$315,089 85

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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 .

Cadott—State Bank of Cadott.
F R A N K J. B A V E L L E . P resident.
W M . L. 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. B row n,
F ra n k J. Lavelle,

M. A. Gilbert,
R . J. Schatz.

E S T A B L IS H E D IN 1896.
In co rp o ra te d as a State B an k June 26, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
$33 103 79 C apital stock paid in . . . .
$7,000
O verdrafts .........................
556 87 Surplus fu n d .............
3,500
B an kin g h o u s e ........
3,500
00 U ndivided profits, less
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,2 31 42
current expenses and
O ther real estate ow n e d .
1,410 00
tax es p a id .............
142
D ue from a p p roved re ­
D ue to banks— d e p o sits..
1,8 7 1
serve b a n k s ....................
7 6 4 0 9 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
C hecks on other banks
je c t to c h e c lf.........
12,778
and cash ite m s ...
307
95 T im e certificates o f d e­
355
00
G old c o in ...................
p osit ..........
11,418
Sliver c o in .................
424
50 Sayings d eposits......
4,211
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
C ash ier’s
ch eck s
ou t­
ren cy ...............................
1,0 89 00
standing .........................
201
N ickels and cen ts...
34
60 N otes and bills redis­
3600
Stam p a c c o u n t..................
coun ted ...........................
1,6 90
T ota l ......................

$42,813 22

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

00
00
07
17
94
17
37
50
00

$42,813 22

Calumet Harbor—Farmers State Bank.
(P . O. Peebles, R. 37.)
C H A S. B E R G E N , Jr. President.
A N T O N M O E R SC H , V ice P resident.

O. A . S C H U B E R T , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Chas. B ergen, Jr.,
A nton M oersch,
E dw in B urg,
H. H. Bergen,
John Peth,

Chas. Lohse,
F ra n k B urg,
J. J. S chools,
H en ry A. Rather,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 18, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . . $145,498 56 Capital stock paid in . . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
1 ,9 27 77 Surnlus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and oth er b o n d s ...........
9,5 00 00
current expenses and
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
2,000 00
tax es p a id ......................
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s . .
1,5 00 00 Individu al denosits, su b­
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ........... ..
serve b a n k s ....................
13 ,734 62 T im e certificates o f d e­
C hecks on other banks
posit .................................
and cash ite m s .............
2,3 38 61 S avings d eposits...............
G old c o in .............................
367 50 C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
S ilver c o in ...........................
296 50
stand ing ....................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
re n cy ...............................
4,355 00
N ickels and ce n ts.............
99 24
C ollections .........................
5,000 00
T o ta l .......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$186,617 80

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

$20,000 00
2 ,5 00-00
2,664 82
49,950 36
60,198 80
51,253 07
50 75

$186,617 80

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R E P O R T S OF STATE B AN K S.

Calvary—Farmers State Bank.
A L B E R T J. F R IT Z , Cashier.
H E N R Y S. B E A U , A sst. Cashier.

JO H N L. B E A U , P resident.
P E T E R SIM ON , V ice President.

D IR E C T O R S .
John L. B eau,
P eter Sim on,
N ic. K rebsb ach ,
H en ry S. B eau,

H en ry F uhrm ann,
Joseph P ick a rt,
A lb e rt J. F ritz.

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 8, 1911.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L iabilities.
$127,350 46 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
1,7 05 88 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
14,100 00
ta x es p a id . . . . ..............
17 ,244 04 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
3,2 95 97 T im e certificates o f de­
posit .................................
4250
309 65 Savings d eposits...............
C ashier’ s
ch eck s
ou t­
standing .........................
1 ,2 75 00
32 15 C ash o v e r ................. ...........
B ond a ccou n t. ..................

Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
D ue from a p p roved r e ­
serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on oth er banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and ce n ts.............
T ota l ......................

$165,355 65

T ota l

$15,000 00
4,500 00
6,595 69
40,165 63
83,314 40
13,976 47
985 84
146 87
670 75
$165,355 65

Cambria—Bank of Cambria.
M.
D.

J. R O W L A N D S , P resident.
M. R O W L A N D S , V ice President.
M.
D.

J. R ow lan ds,
M. R ow lan ds,

D. M. R O W L A N D S , Cashier.
C. A. SCOTT, A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
__
C. A. Scott.
1
!

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 30, 1881.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k Ju ly 29, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L iabilities.
$145,054 39 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
1,896 99 Surplus fu n d ........... ..
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
30,047 00
ta x es p a id ......................
In
d
iv idu al deposits, su b­
500 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
2,500 00
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t ............................
15,319 08
2,439 88 T im e certificates o f de­
1,3 42 50
p osit .................................
1,325 00 S avings deposits...............

Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and oth er secu ri­
ties ....................................
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
D u e fro m approved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other b a n k s . . .
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............

15,760 00
506 26

T ota l .................... ..

$216,691 10


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

T ota l

$ 10,000 00

2 , 0 0 0 00
2,012 90
57,500 89
190 70
125,045 66
19,940 95

$216,691 10

72

REPORT

O F T H E 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 . P resident.
JO H N S L IN G E R , V ice P resident.

E . O. R O B E R T S , Cashier.
O. I. JON ES, A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. F.
John
Wm.
E. O.

Schem m el,
Slinger.
E. W illiam s,
R oberts,

O. I. Jones,
D. R. W illia m s,
A. G. H opkins.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B anking' h ou se. . ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
D ue fro m other ba n k s.. .
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o i n . . . ....................
U. S. an d nation al c u r­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T otal ......................

$174,875 59
1,2 39 07
27,595 00
3 ,220 00
2,370 00
21,072
4,5 44
795
1 ,3 4 7

90
20
00
00

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surnlus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
S avings d eposits...............

$15,000 00
7,000 00
4,199 80
53,323 53
134,783 97
26,765 23

3,8 74 00
139 77
$241,072 53

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

$241,072 53

Cambridge—Bank of Cambridge,
------ ^TT

A. C. A M U N D SO N . P resident.
JO H N W . P O R T E R , V ice P resident.

A. R. A M U N D SO N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. C. A m undson,
John W . P orter,

a

. R. Am undson.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R . 1899.
In corp orated as a State B an k A u gu st 15, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . . $153,283 49 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
104 98 Surnlus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U n d iv id e d ' profits, less
21,210 94
and oth er b o n d s ...........
current expenses and
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
2,500 00
taxes p a id ......................
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s.. .
2,000 00 Ind ividu al denosits, su b­
D ue fro m approved r e ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve b a n k s ....................
20,935 95 D em and certificates o f
C hecks on oth er banks
d e p o s i t .............................
and cash ite m s .............
1,186 59 C ash ier’s ch ecks
ou t­
Gold c o in .............................
3 20 00
standing .............
S ilver c o in ......... .................
674 50 B ills p a y a b le ......................
U. S. and na tion al cu r­
R eserv ed fo r taxes and
ren cy ...............................
2,655 00
interest ...........................
N ickels and cen ts.............
48 80 L ib e rty B on d a c c o u n t .. .
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$204,920 25

T ota l ......................

$10,000 00
7,000 00
2,4 87 43
70,199 15
92,613 64
2,543 03
10,000 00
1,000 00
9,077 00
$204,920 25

Reports

o f

state

b a n k s

73

.

Cambridge—The International Bank of Cambridge.
C. C. M A T , P residen t.

H A R R Y C. M A Y , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H a rry C. M ay.

M ary 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.
In corp ora ted as a State B ank Ju ly 27, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L iabilities.
$46,159 85 C apital stock paid in . . . .
......................
Surplus
fu
n
d
64 55
1,6 81 64 U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
2 ,0 52 01
ta x es p a id ........................
5,383 08 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
492 00 D em and certificates o f
1,2 55 00
d e p o s i t .............................
ch ecks
ou t­
1 ,5 92 75 C ash ier’s
stand ing .........................
2,9 71 00
281 34

Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........... •............
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m a p p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Checks on oth er banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and na tion al cu r­
ren cy ................................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l ......................

$61,933 22

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

$10,000 00
1,100 00
1,1 82 29
32,952 53
16,690 49
7 91

$61,933 22

Cameron—Bank of Cameron.
L. I. R O E , P resident.
M. C. H O W A R D , V ice P resident.

IN G V A L , E G S T A D , Cashier.
W . W . P IE P E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
In g v a l E gstad,
L. I. Roe.

S. O. M auseth,
M. C. H ow a rd ,
C. H. Museus,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 1, 1901.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u g u st 20, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts .........................
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. an d national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cents.............
T ota l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
51,294 25 In d ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
25 00 T im e certificates of d e ­
p osit .................................
1 ,0 95 00
1,0 93 95 Savings d eposits...............
C ashier’ s
checks
o u t­
standing .........................
6,290 00
203 59

$176,606
435
2,600
1,5 00

36
38
00
00

$241,143 53

T ota l ......................

$10,000 00
2,000 00
1,2 03 29
76,265 87
106,797 87
41,263 24
3,613 26
$241,143 53

74

ÎIË P O R T OP T H E COM M ISSIONER OP B A N K ÌN G .

Oampbellsport— The First State Bank of Campbellsport.
H. JO H N S T O N W E L D , P resident.
W M . N A S T , V ice P resident.

R . B. E L L IS , Cashier.
B. H. G LA SS, A sst. Cashier,

D IR E C T O R S .
H. Joh nston W eld,
Dr. P. E. Uelm en,
F ra n k S. Scheed,
A ud S trach ata,

W m . Nast,
A. D. Chesby,
P la tt Durand.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d isco u n ts____ $333,3.94 31 Capital stock p aid in . . . .
O verdrafts .........................
1 1 5 3 Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s .. . . . .
15,250 00
cu rren t expenses and
Banking- h o u s e ..................
15,000 00
taxes p aid ........................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,9 36 14 D ividen ds u n p a id ..............
D ue fro m ap p roved re­
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
serve b a n k s....................
50,487 83
je c t to c h e c k ..................
Due from other b a n k s ..
1 64 D em and certificates o f
C hecks on other banks
d e p o s i t ............................
an d cash ite m s ..............
211 63 T ipie certificates o f d e­
G old c o in .............................
2 ,2 42 50
p osit .................................
S ilver c o in ...........................
870 20 S avings d eposits...............
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
R eserved fo r ta x e s...........
ren cy ...............................
3,8 41 00
N ickels and cen ts.............
201 58
T ota l .......................

$424,448 36

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

$50,000 00
10,000 00
4,299 93
169 50
9 4,161 58
331 48
159,569 34
105,616 53
300 00

$424,448 36

Camp Douglas—Bank of Camp Douglas.
C. H. H O T O N , P resident.
W M . E. G L E A SO N , V ice P resident.

E V E L Y N S IN G L E T O N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. H. H oton,
W . G. F ra le y,
W . E. Gleason,

C. H. Seibold,
C. O. Cron.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 20, 190 4.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L iabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . . $141,390 69 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
133 26 Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ............
122,063 20
cu rren t expenses and
B an kin g h o u s e ........
2,900
00
taxes p a id ......................
F urniture an d fix t u r e s ..
2,100 00 D ividen ds u n p a id ..............
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
serve b a n k s ..........
109,663
47
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D ue fro m other ba n k s. . .
810 79* T im e certificates o f de­
Gold c o in ...................
2,730
00
p osit .................................
S ilver c o in ........... ...............
2 ,3 76 00
U. S. and n ation al c u r­
ren cy ............................. j
4,9 78 00
N ickels and cen ts..
324
40
T otal .......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$389,469 81

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

$12,000 00
5,000 00
2,3 11 75
12 00
177,513 46
192,632 60

$389,469 81

R E PO R TS OF STATE BANKS.

75

Canton—Farmers State Bank.
C. J. JO H N SO N , P residen t.
J. M. W A R D , V ice P resident.

E R L A N D E N G H , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
S. S. B erg,
Geo. N elson,
C. H. B eggs.

C. J. Johnson,
J. M. W a rd ,
E rlan d E ngh,
R . R asm ussen,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L iabilities.
$13, 672 93 C apital stock paid in . . . .
7 64 C ontingent fu n d ................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
650 00
ta x e s p a id ......................
2 , 500 00
2 , 050 41 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
1 0 , 379 88 D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t .............................
1 , 111 10
T im e certificates o f de­
2 , 115 00
p osit .................................
66 97 C ertified ch eck s.................
17 00

Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B anking h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
D ue fr o m ap p rov ed re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and na tion al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
R evenue sta m p s................

$32,570 93

T otal

$ 10,000 00

894 27
97 68
13,978 42
944 93
6,653 00
2 63
$32,570 93

T otal

Caroline— Caroline State Bank.
GU ST. A. R A D T K E , P resident.
F R A N K R. BU SS, V ice P residen t.
A n ton KUckuk,
Gust. A . R ad tke,
E m il P ock a t,

D. H. B R E E D , C ashier.
. ... _____

D IR E C T O R S .
F ra n k R . Buss,
Gust. Schilling.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 11, 1913.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
9,000 00 U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
2,976 33
tax es p a id ......................
1 ,4 94 24
In
d
ividu al deposits, su b ­
475 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
10,346 48 T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
5,5 21 97
S avings d eposit.................
406 30
855 00
455 60

L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
O ther real estate ow n e d .
D ue fro m approved re­
serve b a n k s . . . . . .........
Due fr o m other ba n k s.. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ..............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and na tion al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............

$125,958 56

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

$160,376 93


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$15,000 00
1,5 00 00
2,343 82
30,404 49
107,542 47
3,5 86 15

2,680 00
207 45
T o ta l ......................

$160,376 93

16

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 I N G .

Cascade—State Bank of Cascade.
A. S U B M N IC H T , P resident.
A D . R U P P E N T H A L , V ice P residen t.

H U G O J. D A R M IE D E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. Suem nicht,
A d. R uppenthal,
A. C. K ingston,
Chas. Suem nicht,

John Schlenter,
John Devine,
H. G, Salter.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 23, 1916.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re an d fix tu r e s. .
D ue fr o m ap p roved re serve b a n k s ....................
D ue fro m other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ..............< , . . . .
U. S. and na tion al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ick els an d ce n ts.............
T o ta l ......................

L ia b ilit ie s .
$101,454 80 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
72
303
S urplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
9,400 00
cu rren t expenses and
3,750 00
taxes p a id ........................
1,903 15 D ividen ds u n p a id ..............
In d ividu al deposits, su b2,985 25
je c t to c h e c k ..................
5,902 19 D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t .............................
707 10 T im e certificates o f de25 00
p o s i t .................................
308 64 S avings d eposits...............

$15,000 00
100 00
544 24
17 50
52,227 30
12,489 72
24,860 00
25,419 55

3,8 88 00
30 46
$130,658 31

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

$130,658 31

Casco—Bank of Casco.
H.
J. N OED, P resident.
TH OS. D R U R Y , V ice P resident.
H.
J. N oel,
T hos. D rury,
Julius J. D efnet,

D. W . L A W L E R , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . J. V illers,
H. A . D vorak.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 10, 1899.
In co rp o ra te d as a State B an k A u g u st 27, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
O ther real estate ow n e d .
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other ba n k s. . .
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
h o u s e ...............................
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cents.............
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$176,383 90
1566
10 ,212 00
3,000 00
2,750 00
1,100 00
29,800 62
49 20
3,600 00
358 10

Liabilities,
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit ............................... ..
S avings d eposits...............

$10,000 00
3,0 00 00
1,1 58 06
51,246 41
161,222 23
4,3 93 57

3 ,6 94 00
56 79
$231,020 27

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

$231,020 27

77

R E P O R T S OF STATE BANKS.

Cashton—Bank of Cashton.
Li. W . E A R L E , P resident.
P. E. N E L SO N , V ic e P resident.
L.
L.
C.
P.

W.
M.
H.
E.

L. M. E A R L E , Cashier.
P. N. H E G G E , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
P. E. M it b y ,.
M.
B rody ,
C. P. Bennett.

Earle,
E arle,
C am pbell,
N elson,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 10, 1899.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u g u st 27, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . . $450,658
O v erd rafts .........................
1,3 58
U. S.t state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s .............
14,500
B an k in g h o u s e .........
5,000
F urniture and fix tu res. .
3,100
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ......... ...........
108,344
D u e fro m oth er b a n k s. . .
37,738
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ....
194
G old c o in ....................
1,8 25
860
Silver c o in .................
IT. S. and national c u r­
ren cy ...............................
4,1 64
N ickels and cen ts...
45
T ota l ......................

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
00
ta x es p a id ...................
00
00 Individu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
33 T im e certificates o f de­
posit .................................
83

70
77

$20,000 00
2,500 00
3,0 93 55
103,815 26
498,380 47

22
00
00
00
43

‘ $627,789 28

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

$627,789 28

Cashton—Fanners Exchange Bank.
JO H N O U IN N , P residen t.
F R A N K W A V R A , V ic e P resident.
Jake
John
H. ,T.
J. B.

K n orst,
Quinn,
W illg ru b s,
L eis,

O TTO W . S P R E C H E R ,
N IC K K R O G A N , A sst.

Cashier,
Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G. K am p ersch roer,
P. H. P eterson ,
F ra n k W a v ra .
r -"" n
1

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 2, 1913.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m a p p roved reserve banks ..................
Due fro m other b a n k s . . .
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
R evenu e sta m p s................
T o ta l .......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
47
ta x es p a id ........................
00
47 In d ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e e k ..................
39 D em and certificates o f
78
d e p o s i t ............................

$148,510 88
5 97
13,941
2,500
1,711
37,519
6,544

$10,000 00
240 00
1,5 25 99
37,698 88
170,247 08

10 65
62 5Ü
929 05
7,700 00
175 79
100 00
$219,711 95

T ota l .......................

$219,711 95

78

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 .

Gassville—Badger State Bank.
W M . G A T E S, P residen t.
G.
A. K L IN D T , V ice P residen t.
C.
W . D on aldson.
John A . K lindt, Jr.,
John R ech ,
John Zeigler,

G. A. K L IN 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,
Jas. J. Seipp.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 3, 1910.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fixtures . .
D ue fro m approved reserve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
S ilver c o in . .........................
U. S. and na tion al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
E xpen se .............................
T ota l ......................

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
In d ividu al deposits, sub14,981 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
2,652 01 T im e certificates o f dep osit ...............................
46,803 69 Savings d eposits...............
Certified ch eck s.................
965 81 C ash ier’ s
checks
outs t a n d in g ..........................
625 00
1,900 45 B ills p a y a b l e ....................

$247,324 65
1 ,4 92 89

$15,000 00
3,000 00
82,889 60
206,869 31
2,455 26
5 80
5,533 38
7,500 00

6,375 00
100 85
32 00
35
$323,253 .
..

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

$323,253 35

Cassville—The Cassville Bank.
G.
K.

A. S T E V E N S , P resident.
M. S T E V E N S , V ice P resident.
G.
K.

A. Stevens,
M. Stevens,

D. R U P P , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
D. Rupp.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A T 4, 1890.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u g u st 3, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . . $202,991
O v erd rafts .........................
2,603
U. S.. state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s .............
16,750
F urniture and fix tu res. .
663
O ther real estate o w n e d .
2,400
Due from ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ...........
51,630
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ....
48
Silver c o in .................
591
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
2,5 34
N ickels and cen ts....
70
T otal


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

00
12
00
83
00
94
76
30

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t s ..........................
S avings d eposits...............
C ash ier’s
checks
o u t­
stand ing . . . . . ................

$20,000 00
3,000 00
955 22
102,620 34
146,315 65
’
46402
6,9 28 18

00
46

$280,283 41

T otal

$280,283 41

R EPO RTS OF STATE BANKS.

79

Catawba—Catawba State Bank.
JO H N B. G R U B E R , P resident.
CH AS. P E IS K E R , V ice P resident.

L E W IS P. P A G E , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C arl G. B eyer,
P. A. Schubel.

John B. Gruber,
John B ushm an,
Chas. P eisker,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 29, 1917.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u se ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s . .
D ue fro m ap p roved re serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s.............
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cu rr e n c y ...............................
T o ta l .

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

$31,721 16
500 00
4,000 00
2,064 22
5,160 26
140 11
238 05

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
C ontingent fu n d ................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es p a id ......................
In d ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d ep o s i t .................................
Cashier’s
ch ecks
outstand ing .........................

2,356 00
25 89
$46,205 69

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

$15,000 00
1,500 00
966 81
22,070 18
6,257 80
410 90

$46,205 69

Cato— Farmers State Bank.
JOS. Z A H A R IK , P resident.
W . N. K IL L E N , V ice P resident.

G E O R G E R E U T H E R , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . N. K illen,
Jos. R eitm eyer,
P red L im burger.

Jos. Zaharik,
Jos. B rennan,
W m . K irb y ,
B.
R iederer,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 17, 1914.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
D u e fro m other b a n k s. .
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rr e n c y .................... .. . . . .
N ickels and cen ts.............
In su ran ce p re m iu m s. . . .
T ota l . .....................


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$75,842 60
157 26
2,500 00
2,500 00
1,000 00
9,427 62
8,199 17
439 45

L iabilities,
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d ep o s i t .................................
Savings d eposits...............

$10,000 00
2,000 00
1,1 34 33
36,987 36
44,707 05
8,639 85

3,070 00
32 83
299 66
$103,468 59

T ota l ......................

$103,468 59

80

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 .

Cazenovia—State Bank of Cazenovia.
J. C. A N D E R S O N . P resident.
JO H N W A L S H , V ice P resident.

W . F. G R E E N H A L G H . Cashier.
V . E. B IB L E , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
P eter N. B auer,
W . F. Greenhalgh.

Jno. W alsh ,
J. C. A nderson,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 21, 1906.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
Banking' h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved r e serve b a n k s ....................
tin e *rom other ba n k s. .
C hecks on other banks
a.nd cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
II S. and nation al cu rr e n c y ...............................
N ickels and ce n ts.............
T ota l ......................

$171,096 50
6,102 06
11.200 00
2,829 66
1,9 32 30
77,647 53
2,444 34
14 38
220 00
714 20

L iabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
S urolus fu n d ......................
/U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p a id ......................
Individu al denosits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t ............................
T im e certificates o f de• p o s i t .................................
S avings d eposits...............

$10,000 00
3,500 00
731 65
73,087 33
100 00
189,157 84
5,453 10

7,814 00
74 95
$282,029 92

T ota l ......................

$282,029 92

Cecil—The State Bank of Cecil.
H E R M A N B O C H E R , P resident.
W . C. Z A C H O W , V ice P resident.
W . C. Z a ch ow ,
H erm an B och er,
Gust E. B artz,
J. L. R ollm ann,

J. L. R O L L M A N N , Cashier.
W . G. P L A S S , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. C. Scheller,
Albert A . B echer.
E m il Schm idt.
r
i

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 7, 1906.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esources.
T-oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
O ther real estate o w n e d .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ..................
D ue from other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash it e m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ick els and ce n ts.............
T o ta l ......................


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$192,309 01
66 95
11,550
3,700
2,696
1,733

00
00
83
00

53,858 51
28,183 37
588 15
1,3 65 00
892 10

L ia b ilit ie s .
C apital stock paid in . . . .
S urolus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es p a id ......................
Individual denosits, su biect to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
'S a v in g s d eposits...............
\Certified c h e c k s ................
C ashier’ s
ch ecks
outstanding .........................

$15,000 00
7,000 00
9,264 60
92,436 54
152,068 34
14,441 20
376 27
10,430 84

3,9 35 00
139 87
$301,017 79

T ota l ......................

$301,017 79

81

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS.

Cedarburg— Cedarburg State Bank.
C H A R L E S C. W IR T H , P resident.
J. H. W IT T E N B E R G , V ic e P resident.

E . H. R O T H , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C harles C. W irth ,
J. H e n ry W itten berg,
John P. N iem an,

W . H. W iesler,
E. H. R oth .

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d . .....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d eposit...............................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................
S avings d eposits...............
R eserved fo r interest.. . .

70,572 07
105,657 98
642 00

T ota l .................... ..

$281,211 91

Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . . $194,246 80
8 06
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
29,926 50
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other secu ri5,600 00
ties ...................................
9,995 23
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
5,204 36
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
D ue fro m ap p roved re21,661 64
serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
1,510 62
and cash ite m s .............
4,625 00
G old c o in .............................
627 00
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu r7,795 00
r e n c y ...............................
11 70
N ickels and cen ts.............
T o ta l ......................

$281,211 91

$40,000 00
4,250 00
15 ,564 18
33,948 36
10,577 32

Cedarburg—The Farmers & Merchants Bank.
C. P. K E N N E Y . P resident.
JO H N P . B R U S S, V ic e P resident.

M. P. B E C K E R . Cashier.
A . E . B R U S S . A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M. P. B ecker,
Ja cob B. B ecker,
M rs. E. N. K raem er.

C. P. K en ney,
John P. B russ,
Ja cob D ietrich,
E. G. W urth m ann,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 29, 1893.
In corp orated as a State B an k June 22, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$421,093 83 C apital stock paid i n . . .
....................
Surplus
f
u
n
d
676 91
U ndivided profits, less
current
expenses
and
95,593 64
ta x e s paid . . . . . . . . . . .
9,800 00 D ue to banks— d e p o sits. .
3,398 79 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
65,605 77 T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
57 00 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
2,192 ÒU Other liabilities.................
3,524 35

Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
an d oth er b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other secu rit i e s ....................................
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s . .
D u e fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve ba n k s....................
C hecks on other banks
and ca sh ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickles and cen ts.............

12,306 00
90 28

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

$614,339 07

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T ota l

$30,000 00
7,000 00
25,284 85
3,650 18
103,918 55
126,569 14
317,095 57
820 78

$614,339 07

REPORT

O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G .

Cedar Grove— Cedar Grove State Bank.
J. B. H U E N IN K , P resident.
JO H N V A N D E W A L L , V ic e Pres.

W M . H U E N IN K , Cashier.
I R A L U B B E R S , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
John Smies,
A. Stokdyk, Sr.,
G. G rotenhuis.

J. B. H uenink,
John V an De W all,
H. R uslink,
W m , Huenink,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$271,093 58 C apital stock paid in. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
1,096 80 Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
¡Undivided profits, less
20,650 00
and other b o n d s ...........
cu rren t expenses and
B an king h o u s e ........................
3,200 00 taxes p a id ......................
F urniture and fixtu res. .
2,000 00 Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
Due fr o m ap p roved r e ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve banks ..................
59,674 20 D em and certificates o f
Gold c o in ...............................
1,170 00
deposit .................... ..
Silver coin .........................
865 40 T im e certificates o f de­
U. S. and na tion al cu r­
p osit .................................
ren cy ...............................
6,587 00 S avings d e p o sits...............
19 7 25
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T ota l

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

$366,534 23

T ota l

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

$25,000 00
20,000 00
5,913 09
128,625 74
9,209 30
136,728 15
41,057 95
$366,534 23

Centuria—State Bank of Centuria.
GEO. W . W IL D , President.
I. S E E R Y , V ice President.
I. Seery,
K. B. W ild,
A nn ette A nderson,

GU ST A N D E R S O N . Cashier.
K. B. W IL D A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Gust A nderson,
Geo. W . W ild.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 15, 1903.
In corporated as a State B an k Ju ly 28, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7
Resources.
L ia b ilitie s .
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
$201,603 65 C apital stock paid in. . . .
O v erd rafts ........................
256 14 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
5,000 00
current expenses and
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
4,500 00 ' ta x e s p a id ......................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,381 00 In d iv id u al deposits su b­
Other real estate ow n e d .
1,3 76 46
je c t to c h e c k .....................
Due fr o m ap p roved re ­
T im e certificates o f de­
serve b a n k s ....................
26,412 96
posit ......
D ue fro m other b a n k s ...
10 ,000 00 S avings deposits...............
Gold coin ...........................
1,9 00 00 C ash ier’ s
ch ecks
ou t­
Silver c o i n . ........................
1,1 93 25
standing .........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ..............................
2,539 00
N ickles and cen ts.............
176 75
T o ta l

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$257,339 21

T ota l

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

$25,000 00
8,000 00
2,534 48
69,602 09
134,540 06
16,781 94
880 64

$257,339 21

REPORTS

OF STATE BANKS.

83

C h a s e b u r g — 'O h a s e b u r g - S t a t e B a n k .
J. W . L O W E , Cashier.
SAM JO H N SO N , A sst. Cashier.

F R E D D U M M E R , P resident.
G. A. K A E F P L E R , V ic e President.
G. B. G A R D E N E R . 2nd V ice Pres.

D IR E C T O R S .
R o b e rt L am prich,
John A . Linrud,
W . H. Rem er.

F red Dum m er,
G. A. K aeppler,
W m . K apan ke,
G. B. Gardener,

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy ..............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T otal

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

L ia b ilit ie s .
$319,564 06 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
341 57 Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits, less
62,432 71
current expenses and
4,000 00
taxes paid ....................
1,500 00 Ind ividu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
42,293 97 T im e certificates o f dep osit .................................
1,4 82 18 ¡Savings d e p o s i t s .............
290 00 C ash ier’s
checks
out627 40
standing ................

$20,000 00
6,000 00
6,139 82
47,339 87
314,954 90
43,670 56
622 98

6,127 00
69 24
$438,728 13

T otal

$ 4 3 8 ,72P 13

C h e te k — C h etek S ta te B a n k .
C. W . D IN G E R . President.
F. A, S O U T H W O R T H , V ice P res.

B. M. A P K E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
T. B. K eith,
C. F.. Museus,
F. A. Southw orth.

.T. W . Bell.
W . K . Coffin,
C. W . D inger,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
T i O a n s anrl d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts ........................
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m approved reserve b a n k s ...................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Ctold coin ...........................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and N ational cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
R evenu e stam ps .............
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

8,5 27
2,804
132
668
3,261
235
20

Liabilities.
46 C apital stock paid in .. . .
03 U ndivided profits, less
00
current expenses and
00
taxes p a id ......................
Ind ividu al deposits, sub93
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certiflca,tes o f de37
posit .................................
50 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
65 C ash ier’ s
checks
ou tstand ing .........................
00
37
00

$95,202 31

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

\

$74,210
750
2,500
2,0 92

-

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
638 51
"26,616 40
36,824 46
20,807 61
315 33

$95,202 31

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

REPORT

Chetek—Farmers and Merchants Bank.
K.
R.

R O S H O L T , President.
R . R O S H O L T , V ice P resident.

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. G alby.

K.
R osh olt,
A . R. R osh olt,

E S T A B L IS H E D 1900.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u g u st 15, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erd rafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k s ..
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ..............
Gold c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ......... .................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ........... ............... . ,
N ickels and cen ts.............
T o ta l

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

Liabilities.
$305,578 93 C ap ital stock paid i n . . .
2,859 88 S urplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
15,996 00
current expenses and
2,500 00
ta x es p a id ........................
\Due to banks— d eposits.
66,946 65 Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
37,105 02
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
547 06
p osit ...............................
595 00 S avings d eposits...............
1,3 92 60 C ashier’s
ch ecks
ou t­
standing ...................
5,331 00 C hristm as s a v in g s ...........
144 80
$438,996 94

T ota l ......................

$10,000 00
2,000 00
1,1 97 05
’ 4,393 63
126,611 02
220,731 53
64,311 85
8,5 11 67
1,2 40 19
$438,996 94

Chili— Chili State Bank.
W . R . H A P P E , P resident.
GEO. A. U R E , V ice P resident.

A . P. S A M P L E , Cashier.
JA M E S F. F A R N IN G , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H e n ry Nebel,
A nton H ogen son,
Geo. A. Ure.

H erm an P ortz,
E rnest N einas,
W . R. H appe,
W m . W agn er,

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties ....................
B an k in g h o u s e .................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve b a n k s ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U nd ivided profits, less
6,041 00
current expenses and
taxes p a id ..................
2,404 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
3,188 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
1,6 13 79 D em and certificates o f
deposit ............................
10,617 87 S avings d e p o sits..............
B ills p a y a b le......................
20 6 67
80 00
414 75

$119,580 21
37275

$13,000 00
1 ,6 2 5 00
2,628 33
68,449 89
3 5,479 61
19,818 43
5,000 00

1,4 41 00
41 22
$146,001 26

T ota l

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$146,001 26

tlB P O R T S O F S T A T E B A N K S .

85

Chilton—State Bank of Chilton.
T. E. C O N N E L L , P resident.
M. J. C O N N E L L , V ice P resident.
T. E. Connell,
M artha J. C onnell,
M. E. Connell,

A. B. C O N N E L L , Cashier.
N E T T IE M. C O N N E L L , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
N. M. Connell,
G. M. Connell,
A . B. Connell.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate ow n ed .
D ue fro m a p p roved re ­
serve b a n k s....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver co in ............................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T o ta l

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

Inabilities.
$416,095 75 C apital stock paid i n . . .
1,2 51 26 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
3,083 34
ta x es p a id ......................
5,200 00
2,683 02 Due to banks— d eposits.
4,400 00 Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
31,582 51 T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit ...............................
3,586 31 S avings d e p o sits.............
1,075 00 B ills p a y a b le ......................
1,7 62 65

$25,000 00
5,000 00
312 99
3,922 86
54,683 08
328,660 44
39,928 20
15,000 00

1,486 00
301 73
$472,507 57

$472,507 57

T ota l

Chilton—The Commercial Bank.
F. J. E G E R E R , President.
H E N R Y P A U L S E N , V ice P resident.

A. C. K IN G S T O N , Cashier.
H . J. S C H O M M E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . C. K ingston,
R. C. H u go,
Jos. S chm idtkofer.

F. J. E gerer,
H en ry P aulsen,
Joseph H anert,
A. J. P feffer,

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
R evenue s ta m p s................
T o ta l .......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

$302,241 96 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
28 20 Surplus fu n d ......................
U nd ivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
67,587 55
ta x es p a id ....................
7,000 00
D
u
e to banks— d eposits.
4,000 00
Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
20,117 13
382 32 T im e certificates o f de­
p osit ...............................
2,5 54 73 S avings d eposits...............
5,350 00 Certified ch eck s.................
1,056 15

$25,000 00

6,000 00

11,291 17
5,9 02 19
127,779 63
145,682 15
91,737 95
282 97

3,177 00
137 02
44 00
$413,676 06

T ota l

$413,676 06

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O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G .

Chippewa Falls—Northwestern State Bank.
S.
J.

C. F. C O B B A N , P resident.
H. K E L L Y , V ic e P resident.

P. T. F A V E L L , Cashier.
GEO. T. F L E H N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
S. C. F. Cobban,
H. B. Coleman,
F ra n k Joas,
P. T. F avell,
A n d rew H anson,
J. H. M cG raw ,
Geo. F. Plehn,
Jos. H. K elly,
H. V. B artlett,
E rnest J. Hebert.
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 19, 190 4.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s .........
S tocks and other securit i e s ....................................
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy .............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .
$533,284 50 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
3,9 82 17 Surplus fund . .
U ndivided profits, less
164,450 00
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
5,000 00 D ue to banks— d e p o sits. .
16,000 00 In d ividu al deposits, sub1,500 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f de150,683 43
p o s i t ..................................
15,627 51 S avin gs d e p o sits................
C ashier’s
ch eck s
out5,455 95
s t a n d in g ..........................
7,9 42 50
3 j 494 20

$80,000 00
11,000 00
9,207 12
70,364 41
257,322 96
436,871 83
52,703 98
594 32
2,424 90

12,630 00
439 26
$920,489 52

T ota l

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

$920,489 52

Clayton—»Citizens State Bank of Clayton.
H A R R Y D. B A K E R , President.
CH AS. J. A N D E R S O N , V ice P'res.

O L E L IN D S T R O M , Cashier.
JOHN E R IC K S O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Chas. J. A nderson,
H a rr y D. B aker,
H en ry K rueger,

G. ~W. F. H ansche,
E. J. B ju rstrom .

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts........
O v erdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fixtu res. .
Other real estate ow n ed .
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Checks on other banks
and cash ite m s.............
E x ch an ges fo r clearing
house ...............................
Gold c o in ......................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
R evenu e sta m p s ................
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$78,927 23 C apital stock paid in . . . .
671 96 Surplus f u n d . ....................
U ndivided profits, less
3,000 00
current expenses and
2,558 26
tax es p a id ......................
2,187 07 Individu al deposits, su b­
3,341 87
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
9,022 25
p osit ...............................
S avings d eposits...............
384 44 C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................
1,0 34 82
355 00
803 25

$10,000 00
2,000 00
1,0 49 49
49,824 36
39,414 07
1,669 21
858 30

2,386 00
93 28
50 00
$104,815 43

T ota l ..................

$104,815 43

R E PO R TS OF STATE BAN KS.

87

Clear Lake—Bank of Clear Lake.
C. M, R E E D , P residen t.
T.
E. H A N N O N , V ice P resident.
C. M. R eed,
J a cob W allen,
T.
E. Hannon,

C. E; L IN D E R S O N , Cashier.
E. G. H A L L E N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
.
A . N. N elson,
Gust Sanberg.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 15, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an king hou se....................
F urniture and fixtu res. .
D ue fro m approved reserve b a n k s ....................
Due fro m other ba n k s. . .
Checks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l

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

Liabilities.
$71,105 82 Capital stock paid in. . . .
599 42 U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
1,143 00
taxes paid........................
2,500 00 Individu al deposits, sub1,500 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f de8,699 95
p osit ...............................
1,025 96 .Savings d e p o sits.............
C ashier’ s
checks
out307 91
s t a n d i n g ..........................
880 00
415 85

$15,000 00
2,640 bU
37,152 70
36,693 38
817 85
977 21

4,980 00
123 73
$93,281 64

T ota l

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

$93,281 64

Clear Lake—The Peoples Bank.
A. J. M CLEN N AN , President.
Ld. S O U T H M A Y D , V ice P resident.
A. J. M cLennan,
W . E. W ebster,
Jam es Johnston,
Jos. Y oerg,

C. JO H N SO N , Cashier.
T E K L A P E T E R S O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Ld. Southm ayd, T h om as Stout, Jr.,
F. A. M cD ougald.

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 12, 1907.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an king h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fr®m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s....................
Checks on other banks
and cash ite m s.............
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al curren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$25,000
$146,821 06 C apital stock paid in . . ..
11,000
2,286 24 ¡Surplus fu n d ...........
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
29,676 00
taxes paid ....................
9,8 54
3,000 00
741
1,000 00 D ue to banks— d eposits.
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to ch e ck . . . ............
79,750
32,613 18
D em and certificates o f
deposit ............................
2,3 80
128 95
100 00 T im e certifiâtes o f d e­
posit .................................
92,777
438 95

00
00
79
30
16
76
47

5,393 00
47 10
$221,504 48

T ota l

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

$221,504 48

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O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K I N G .

Cleghorn— Cleghorn State Bank.
A. D. ST O N E , President.
W M . T. C O N L E Y , V ice President.
A. D. Stone,
W m . T. Conley,
W m . N elson,
H. W . P ierce,
H. L. L ow e, .

H. W . P IE R C E , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F red W elke,
.
W m . Stolp,
R. A. Jones,
T. B. K eith.

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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re an d fix t u r e s ..
D ue fr o m approved re­
serve b a n k s ....................
D ue fr o m other b a n k s. . .
Silver c o in ........... ...............
U. S. and na tion al c u r ­
ren cy ...........................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l

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

Liabilities.
$19,959 20 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
2 1 3 U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
390 92
ta x es p a id ......................
2,500 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
1,0 72 89
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
7,2 84 30
p osit ...............................
619 48 Savings d ep o sits................
154 35 C ashier’ s
ch ecks
out­
stand ing .........................
2 ,453 00
43 26
$34,479 53

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
116 45
17,511 12
3,2 75 00
2 ,4 27 30
1,1 49 66

$34,479 53

Cleveland— Cleveland State Bank.
A. B. E R D M A N N , P resident.
GEO. C. R E U T H E R , Cashier.
D A V ID L O R F E L D , V ice P residen t,
R O B E R T L U T Z E , A sst. Cashier.
■ bn...
D IR E C T O R S .
John L orfeld ,
R u d op h Conrad,
R o b e rt L utze,
a . B. E rdm ann,
F re d A . K ielsm eur,
D av id L orfeld .
Joseph Stein,
E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$220,269 18 -Capital stock paid in . . . .
501 90 .Surplus fu n d ......................
O v e r d r a ft s ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
56,705 75
current expenses and
B an k in g hou se....................
2,500 00
ta x e s p a id ......................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
1,000 00 In d iv id u al deposits, su b­
D ue fr o m a p p roved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve b a n k s ....................
22,659 70 T im e certificates o f d e­
Gold coin ...............................
1500
p osit .................................
S ilver c o in ...........................
755 85 Savings d e p o s i t s ..............
U. S. an d national c u r ­
re n cy ........................
11,432 00
N ickels and cen ts.............
162 74
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$316,002 12

T ota l ......................

$15,000 00
5,000 00
7 ,0 04 37
107,864 88
161,859 43
19,273 44

$316,002 12

R E PO R TS OF STATE B AN K S.

89

Clinton— Citizens Bank of Clinton.
H.
A. M O E H L B N P A H , President.
D R . C. W . C O L L V E R , V ice President.
I V E R JA C O B SO N , 2nd V ice President.

F. W . H E R R O N , Cashier.
W . H. C H E S M A N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
O. B. D uxstad,
Iv er Jacobson,
,
B y ro n Snyder, ,
H. A. M oehlenpah,
Solon Cooper,
C. W . Collver.
F. W . H erron,
E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 15, 1882.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve h a n k s ....................
D ue fro m other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash item s. . . . . . .
E xch an ges fo r clearing­
house ...............................
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
S tock in fed eral reserve
bank ......................
T ota l

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

Liabilities.
$414,581 52 C apital stock paid in. . . .
1 ,5 82 90 Surplus fu n d ......................
¡Undivided profits, less
current expenses and
7,500 00
tax es p a id ......................
7,500 00
Individu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
60,328 90
12,198 23 T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
54 12 S avings deposits .............
,B ills p ayable .....................
3,113 55 R eserv ed fo r ta x es...........
60 00
1,500 00

$50,000 00
10,000 00
1 ,9 02 04
163,990 68
208,816
48,841
30,000
2,808

46
11
00
69

6,088 00
51 76
1,800 00
$516,358 98

T ota l ......................

$516,358 98

Clinton—State Bank.
C. J. SM ITH , P resident.
H.
O. N A T E S T A , V ice P residen t

A. T IL L O T S O N , Cashier.
E. O. E V A N S , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F. B. R ogers,
W . H. N orthrup,
P. E. G aarder.

C. J. Smith,
H. O. N atesta,
A . J. W ilkins,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s an d d iscou n ts. . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h ou se....................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fr o m approved re­
serve b a n k s....................
E x ch a n ges fo r clea rin g
house ...............................
G old co in ...............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T o ta l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L iabilities.
$35,000
$128,647 52 ¡Capital stock paid in . . . .
1,0 00
495 02 Surplus fu n d ...........
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
1,3 19 66
taxes p a id ............
2,4 94
8,700 00
40
3,100 00 D ividends u n p a id ..
Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .............. . .
52,698
20,560 23
T im e certificates
o f d e­
posit
43,914
343 61
33,152
955 00 Savings d e p o sits....
24
484 00 Certified ch e ck s.....

00
00
08
00
74
19
09
40

3,605 00
113 46
$168,323 50

T ota l

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

$168,323 50

90

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O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G .

Clintonville— Clintonville State Bank.
W . H. F IN N E Y , President.
C H A S. T O P P , V ice President.
D. J. R ohrer,
L ev i C. L arson ,
Chas. Topp,

L E V I C. L A R S O N , Cashier.
M A X S T IE G , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . H. F inney,
J. d . Cotton.

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 1, 1900.
In corp orated as a State B an k Ju ly 13, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$442,827 60 .Capital stock paid in. . ..
$35,000
O v erd ra fts .........................
6,661 40 Surplus fu n d ............
7,000
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b on d s.............
27,038 00
current expenses and
8,750 00
B an k in g h ou se...................
taxes p aid ..............
24,502
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
6,250 00 D ue to banks— d eposits.
20,877
Other real estate o w n ed .
2,017 20 Individual deposits, su b­
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
je c t to c h e c k ........
257,190
serve b a n k s ....................
33,338 46 T im e certificates o f de­
C hecks on other banks
p osit .................................
130,649
and cash ite m s .............
1,269 70 S avings d e p o sits.....
63,402
G old c o in .............................
2,270 00 C ashier’s
ch ecks
ou t­
S ilver c o in ...........................
3,8 42 75
stand ing ........................
9,601
U. S. and national c u r ­
T h rift s a v in g s ......... ..
364
re n cy ...............................
13,074 00
N ick e ls and cen ts. . . . . . .
266 05
A d va n ced insurance p re­
983 62
m ium s .............
T o ta l ......................

$548,588 78

T ota l

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

00
00
72
13
56
47
66
40
84

$548,588 78

Clyman—Farmers State Bank.
JAS. T.' W A L S H , President.
T. A. M cC O L L O W , V ice President.
Jas T. W alsh,
G. Simon,
T. A. M cC ollow ,
E . F. K ressine,

W . H. K U E N Z I, Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. L. M organ,
H en ry Stueber,
W . H. K uenzi.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h ou se....................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
D ue fro m other b a n k s . . .
G old co in ...............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. an d nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

$107,936 02
60 98
36,685 00
2,000 00
2,000 00
9,90 4 07
640 09
8000
415 35

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ..................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
Cashier’ s
checks
ou t­
standing ..........................

$10,000 00
2,000 00
4,538 19
35,990 01
105,073 61
4,060 85

1,871 00
70 15
$161,662 66

T ota l

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

$161,662 66

REPORTS

OF STATE BANKS.

91

Cobb—Cobb State Bank.
E.
F. H E U E R , P resident.
GEO. F R IT S C H , Sr., V ice P resident.

A. F. K R A M E R , Cashier.
C. B S M ITH , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. F ritsch, Sr.,
E. F. H euer.

A . E. T hom as,
H. V. B ishop,
W . N. Billings,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 19, 1910.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 191 7 *
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts........
O verdrafts ........................
U. S'., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other securit i e s ....................................
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s ..
D ue fro m approved reserve b a n k s ...........
G old c o in .............................
Silver o,oin . .
U. S. and national cu rrency ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............

Liabilities.
$200,364 00 C apital stock paid in . . . .
1,603 24 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
22,500 00
tax es p a id ......................
91 50 Individu al deposits, sub2,900 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
1,200 00 T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
60,257 29 Saving’s d e p o sits................
757 50 C ash ier’s
checks
out1,332 50
s t a n d i n g ..........................

5,594 86
131,602 79
122,252 99
16,234 71
1,9 64 50

3,398 00
245 82
$294,649 85

Total

$12,000 00
5,000 00

T otal

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

$294,649 85

Cochrane—Farmers and Merchants Bank.
JNO. B. H O F E R , P resident.
G O T T F R IE D K L E IN , V ice P resident.

H. O. Stein,
John B. H o fe r,
G ottfried K lein,

A. W . H O F E R , Cashier.
H. O. S T E IN , A sst. Cashier.
J. R. L IN R U D , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. E. G uettinger,
A. W . H ofer.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 20, 1908.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
L o a n s and d iscou n ts. . . . ^$263,8^3 45 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
9 2 4 8 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
and other b o n d s . . . . . .
25,960 00
taxes p a i d ......................
B an k in g h o u se ..................
7,500 00
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
6,711 88 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to ch eck ....................
Due fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve h a n k s....................
40,657 63 T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
Due fro m other banks . ...
10,457 03
S avings d e p o sits................
Checks on other banks
ch ecks
ou t­
and cash ite m s .............
1,1 38 05 C ash ier’s
standing .........................
G old co in ..............................
3,275 00
Silver c o in ...........................
353 80
U. S. and national c u r­
rency ...............................
5,0 54 00
N ickels and c e n ts .............
78 38
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$365,141 70

T ota l

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

$20,000 00
10,000 00
5,108 32
48,677 04
261,523 83
15,665 91
4,166 60

$365,141 70

92

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 .

Colby—Colby State Bank.
E R A S T U S B O W E N , P resident.
E D . K A Y H A R T , V ice P resident.
E rastu s B ow en,
Ed. K ay h art.
R. G. Salter,

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 .
S. E. Salter,
K . A n d rew s

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
Due fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in ..............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts. ............
T ota l

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

Liabilities.
$225,910 88 C apital stock paid in . . . .
133 12 ¡Surplus fu n d ..................
U ndivided profits, less
41,450 00
current expenses and
5,000 00
taxes p a id ........................
Individu al deposits, sub146,744 72
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
31 25
deposit ...........................
2,602 50
1,101 10

$25,000 00
10,000 00
27,258 58
165,562 86
206,222 51

9,908 00
162 38
$434,043 95

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

$434,043 95

Coleman— Coleman State Bank.
CH AS. A. W U N D E R L IC H , P resident.
F E L I X R O S E , V ice President.
F.
X . Scheuren.
Chas. W u n d erlich ,
F e lix R ose,

H. P . P E L K E Y

Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. F. P elkey,
F red N even.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 2, 1908.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er bon ds.............
S tocks an d other secu ri­
ties ....................................
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate o w n ed .
D ue fro m a p p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
D ue fro m other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o i n .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and na tion al c u r ­
ren cy ..........................
N ickles and c e n t s ............
T otal


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$104,522 61 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
68 49 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
2,900 00
current expenses and
ta x es p a id ......................
4,958 80 D ividen ds u n p a id .............
3,000 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
1,946 55
je c t to c h e c k ..................
1,500 00 T im e certificates o f de­
p osit ............................. .. .
4,678 71
181 44

$15,000 00
3,000 00
2,519 91
9 00
45,671 23
62,714 95

2,319 61
275 00
913 65
1,4 85 00
165 23
$128,915 09

Total

, .,

...

$128,915 09

R E P O R T S OF STATE BANKS.

93

Colfax—Bank of Colfax.
J T. JO Y C E , P resident.

Geo. T . V orland ,
E.
B. H ill,

GEO. T. V O R L A N D , Cashier.
A N N A O. W IL K E , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. T. Joyce.

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 1, 1899.
In corporated as a State B ank June 18, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s . .
D ue fro m a p p roved re serv e banks ..................
D ue fr o m other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
an d cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ..............
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
.$322,027 39 C apital stock paid i n . . .
2,341 64 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
7,000 00
current expenses and
taxes p a i d ......................
8,385 00
3,600 00 In d ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
74,014 98 T im e certificates o f de5,706 06
p o s i t .................................
S avings d e p o sits................
1,218 66 C ashier’s
ch ecks
out1,310 00
standing .........................
1,116 00 P osta l s a v in g s ..................

$30,000 00
6,000 00
3,546 11
155,410 55
195,597 45
28,963 22
11,279 53
822 61

4,894 00
5 74
$431,619 47

1 otal ......................

$431,619 47

Colfax—Peoples State Bank.
W . W . M A T H E W S , P residen t
O S C A R G U N D E R S O N , V ice P resident.
W . W . M athew s,
* O scar G underson,
N.
A. L ee,

A . R. B R O N K E N , Cashier.
R O S E G U N D E R S O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Geo P red erickson,
Ole E verson.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 8, 1915.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
U S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
* and cash item s...............
G old c o in .............................
S ilver co in . ................ ..
U. S. and national cu rre n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$74,913 82 .Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
1,110 00 U n d iv id ed profits, less
5,000 00
current expenses and
4,500 00
taxes p a id ......................
D ue to banks— d eposits.
15,465 81 D ividen ds u n p a id .............
In d ividu al deposits sub1,025 05
je c t to c h e c k ..................
1,097 50 T im e certificates o f de465 85
p o s i t .................................
S avings d e p o sits................
4,732 00 Certified ch eck s...................
100 54 C ash ier’s
checks
outstand ing .........................
$108,410 57

T ota l

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

$20,000 00
100 00
268 61
5 000 00
3 00
33,843 67
39,164 00
4,546 87
300 00
5,184 42
$108,410 57

94

REPORT

OF THE

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

Collins—Æollins State Bank.
L. T. V O IG T , President.
M. R A P P E L , V ice President.

M. G. V A L L E S K E Y , Cashier.
A U G . B O R N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
R. C. Behnke,
Aug. Born,
M. Rappel.

L. T. V oigt,
Otto H aberm ann,
M. G. V alleskey,
Julius K rueger,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . . $120,3 24 22 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
U. S., state, m u n icip a l.........................
Surplus fu n d ......................
and other b o n d s ...........
1,000 00 U ndivided profits, less
2,013 07
B an kin g h o u se ........... ..
current expenses and
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,2 0 4 92
taxes p aid ........................
D ue fro m ap p roved re­
In d iv id u al deposits, su b­
serve b a n k s ....................
8,411 0 8
je c t to c h e c k ..................
G old c o in .............................
1,090 00 D em and certificates o f
Silver c o in ...........................
68275
deposit . ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
S avings d e p o sits................
ren cy ...............................
1,050 00 N otes and bills re-d is­
N ickels and c e n ts .............
81 57
coun ted ........
T ota l

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

$135,857 61

T o ta l

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

$10,000 00
1,000 00
2,0 35 26
40,835 70
65,208 78
5,827 87
10,950 00
$135,857 61

Colonia—The Peoples Bank.
V IL A S F O L L E T T , President.
S. C. R U N N E L S , V ice President.
V ila s F ollett,
S. C. R unnels,
D arw in F ollett.

D A R W I N F O L L E T T , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. D. H ollister,
j . a . Shorey.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 4, 1902.
In corporated as a State B an k Ju ly 3, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . . $240,149 16 Capital stock paid in. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
186 29 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U n d iv ided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
65,200 00
cu rren t expenses and
Due fro m approved re ­
taxes p a id ......................
serve b a n k s ....................
59,453 45 Individu al deposits, su b­
C hecks on other banks
je c t to c h e c k ..................
and cash i t e m s . . .........
1,3 71 29 T im e certificates o f d e2,225 00
Gold c o in .............................
P o s i t .................................
S ilver co in ............................
1,586 15 C ertified ch eck s.................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
C ashier’s
checks
ou t­
ren cy ..................
5,237 00
stand ing .........................
22 87
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$375,431 21

T o ta l

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

$20,000 00
5,000 00
4,2 44 06
101,295 03
241,530 39
1 64
1,6 84 27
$375,431 21

REPORTS

95

OF STATE BANKS.

Columbus—Farmers & Merchants Union Bank.
GEO. W . E Y E R IT T , Cashier.
A. W . R E D D E M A N , A sst. Cashier.

J. R. W H E E L E R , President.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. K. W heeler.

J. R. W heeler,
Geo. W . E veritt,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 9. 1861.
In corporated as a State B an k July 3, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er bon ds.............
B anking h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
Due fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
Due from other b a n k s . . .
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rrency ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l

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

i
Liabilities.
$493,041 86 1C apital stock paid in. . . .
1,603 99 Surplus f u n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
79,944 67
taxes p aid ........................
7,800 00
,2,3 6 4 45 Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
62,139 36 T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
1,826 70
S avin gs d e p o sits...............
247 82 C ertified c h e c k s ................
checks
out6,525 00 C ash ier’ s
1,141 80
standing ........................

$25,000 00
25,000 00
4,067 71
199,373 00
370,533 34
37,874 33
7 90
2,067 21

7,139 00
148 84
$663,923 49

T ota l

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

$663,923 49

Conrath— Conrath State Bank.
A. J. K E IT H , P resident.
T. B. K E IT H , V ice President.
F ra n k Conrath,
John Baum an,
T. B. K eith,
A . J. K eith,

R. L. S T U M P N E R , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
E. G. K uehl,
F. E. N elson,
N. H. Spooner.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 31, 1916.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due from approved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ..........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$27,793 59 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
2 54 U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
39 00
1,113 20 Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
304 35
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
3,659 65
350 00 S av in g s d e p o sits................
C
ash
ier’s
checks
ou t97 70
standing ........................
1,203 00 N otes and bills re-d iscoun ted ....................
68 72
$34,631 75

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

$10,000 00
217 16
12,583 60
6,425 17
2,513 61
1,3 92 21
1,500 00
$34,631 75

96

REPORT

O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G .

ik_

Coon Valley—The Coon Valley State Bank.
S. P. L IE R , P resident.
L E W IS O. B R Y E , V ice President.
L ew is O. B rye,
F ra n k Schaper,
Sim on P. Lier,

•

I. N. K N U D T S O N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. P. Brinkm ann,
I. N. K nudtson.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 3, 1905.
W

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts .............
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m a p p roved re­
serve b a n k s ....................
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ...........................
U. S. and na tion al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l

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

Liabilities.
$25,000 00
$346,123 55 C apital stock paid in. . . .
7,500 00
252 72 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
20,902 50
taxes p a id ...........................
6,113 02
3,000 00
1,500 00 Individual deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
55,168 37
60,967 88 T im e certificates o f de­
posit .................................
302,040 56
1,990 00
45,407 80
726 60 S avings d ep o sits................
C ashier’ s
ch ecks
ou t­
563 51
stand ing .........................
6,043 00
287 01
$441,793 26

T ota l

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

$441,793 26

Corliss— Corliss State Bank.
H E N R Y H A R M A N N , P resident.
M. H. H E R Z O G , V ice President.
H en ry H arm ann,
M. H. H erzog,
A llen G. C ady,
H en ry L ytle,

L O U IS J. K R A D W E L L , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. W . Sim m ons,
Geo. T. Gillett,
T. I. L ingsw eiler,
L ou is J. K radw ell.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
D ue fr o m approved reserve b a n k s ....................
D ue from other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
an d cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and n ation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

$50,430 13
25,950 00
2,898 25
1,668 76
23,082 05.
11,120 68
105 60
112 50
305 90

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ........................
Ind ividu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
Savings d ep o sits................
C ertified c h e c k s ................

$12,000 00
2,098 72
60,676 23
18,739 08
23,436 75
692 79

1,857 00
112 70
$117,643 57

T otal

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

$117,643 57

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS.

97

Cornell—State Bank of Cornell.
A. J. E D M IN S T E R , P resident.
H. C. F R IS B IE , V ic e P re s id e n t.
A.
J. E dm inster,
E d w ard P orter,
P eter R obin son,
H. L. Tinker,

H. L. T IN K E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P. T. F avell,
H. C. F risbie,
Geo. F . Sow le.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 5, 1915.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l

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

L ia b ilitie s .

$62,327 95 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
225 15 Surplus fu n d ................
U ndivided profits, less
12,950 00
current expenses and
2,500 00
ta x es p a id .............
2,508 61 In d ividu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .............
15,480 37 T im e certificates o f de70 00
p o s i t ..................
359 95 Savings d e p o sits................
Certified c h e c k s ...........
2,234 00 C ashier’ s
checks
ou t102 94
standing ....................

$10,000 00
1,000 00

$98,758 97

$98,758 97

T ota l

.........

1,099 31
50,320 98
21,473 61
13,540 42
56 72
1 ,2 67 93

Cottage Grove— Cottage Grove State Bank.
W . A. C L A R K , P resident.
A.
O. P A U N A C K , V ice President.
W,
H.
H.
M.
N.

R. Clark,
C. K orfm a ch e r,
C. Struckm eyer,
L. S chautz,
S. T orgerson ,

F R A N K P Y B U R N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. J. P rendergast,
A . O. P aun ack,
J. K lueter,
F rank P yburn.

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m approved reserve b a n k s ....................
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T o ta l ......................
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$124,289 15 C apital stock paid in . . . .
3,394 78 Surplus fu n d ......................
U nd ivided
profit,
less
26,250 00
cu rren t expenses and
1,939 86
ta x es p a id ......................
1,019 10 D ividen ds u n p a id .............
Individu al deposits, su b44,520 57
je c t to c h e c k ..................
505 00 D em and certificates o f
650 70
d e p o s i t .............................

$12,000 o n
3,000 00
2,551 07
3 00
53,820 59
134,231 07

2,992 00
44 57
$205,605 73

T ota l

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$205,605 73

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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 .

Crandon— Citizens State Bank.
A. E. L A W R E N C E , President.
H. P. K E IT H , V ice P resident.
A. E.
,H . P.
J. M.
L. A .

V . H. JO H N , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H a rry A. F ry,
V . H. John,
W . E. M ountain.

L aw rence,
K eith,
W hisnant,
R ogers,

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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ...........................
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due fr o m approved re­
serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
an d cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. an d na tion al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T otal

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

$74,369
40
1,765
1,717
6,393
8,310
72
483
3,438
66

Liabilities.
79 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
71 C ontingent fu n d ................
90 U ndivided profits, less
02
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
99 Individu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . - .............
35 D em and certificates o f
50
deposit ............................
80 S avings d e p o sits................
N otes and bills red is­
00
coun ted ...........................
72

$96,658 78

T ota l

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

$20,000 00
1,000 00
1,178 45
52,765 20
15,271 55
2,443 58
4,000 00
$96,658 78

Crivitz—The State Bank of Crivitz.
B.
L.

P. GO U LD , President.
M. E V E R T , V ice President.

F. H. R E D D IN G , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. C. P aust,
L. M. E vert,
E. U m berham .

B. P. Gould,
F. H. R eddin g,
Jos. P ozon iak,
C. B oehm ke,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s .,..
O v e r d r a f t s ........... ..............
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b on d s.............
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate ow n e d .
Due fr o m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ........... .. . . .
Checks on oth er banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o i n ...........................
U. S. an d national c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
R eserve fo r lo a n .............
R evenu e sta m p s ................
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$72,287 43 Capital stock paid in . . . .
341 50 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
207 00
cu rren t expenses and
1,9 02 70
tax es p a id ........... 1,9 07
Ì90 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
12,208 98 S avings d e p o sits................
C ertified ch eck s.................
260 79 C ashier’ s
ch eck s
out­
120 00
stand ing . ...............
348 70 B ills p a y a b le .....................
Other liabilities.................
2,300 00
108 45
1,300 00
16 44
$91,592 09

T ota l •......................

$10,000 00
1,300 00
20
43,812 57
23,341 91
2,987 76
2,172 65
4,000 00
2,070 00

$91,592 09

REPORTS

OF STATE BANKS.

99

Gross 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 E A M A N , V ice P resident.
H. M. Zander,
F ra n k J. Seam an,
A d olp h B irren kott,
W . E . L. F rog g a tt,
L lo y d E. Hull,

L L O Y D E. H U L L , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
John Schw ab,
John C. K ad in g,
Joseph K essenich,
H. W . K och.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 25, 1908.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Loans and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h ou se...................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m ap p roved re­
serve b a n k s ....................
Checks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...........................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T o ta l

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

Liabilities.
$231,602 51 C apital stock paid in . . . .
4,996 90 Surplus fu n d ......................
U nd ivided profits, less
28,843 76
current expenses and
2,450 29
taxes p a id ......................
1,8 39 18 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
38,642 09 Dem and certificates o f
d e p o s i t .............................
423 69 T im e certificates o f de­
332 50
p osit .................... .............
443 70

$15,000 00
3,000 00
7,041 25
54,467 66
12,361 87
222,023 77

4,308 00
11 93
$313,894 55

T ota l

$313,894 55

Cuba (C/ity— Cuba City State Bank.
JO H N C L E M E N S , President.
JA M E S C A L V E R T , V ice President.

H. D. M E L O Y , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M ichael M aring,
Jam es Calvert,
W . J. L indsay.

John Clemens,
Geo. F. Heil,
W m . T hom as,
L. W . P orter,

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d is c o u n t s ...
O v erdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
an d other b o n d s .........
P rem ium on b o n d s .........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate ow ned
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
U. S. certificate o f in­
debtedness ......................
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$283,397 17 C apital stock paid i n . . .
253 54 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits,
less
13,500 00
current expenses and
277 42
tax es p a id ......................
5,000 00 ¡Individual deposits, su b­
1,640 00
je c t to c h e c k .................
8,000 00 T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit ...............................
100,231 08 S avings d eposits...............
195 00 C ertified c h e c k s ................
851 10 Cashier’ s
checks
ou t­
stand ing .........................
6,348 00 P ostal sav in gs....................
153 91

$20,000 00
10,000 00
5,5 52 19
234,586 49
191,413 69
1,8 21 90
735 00
2,8 35 27
2,9 02 68

50,000 00
$469,847 22

T ota l

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

$469,847 22

100

REPORT

O f" T H E C O M M I S S I O N E R O F B A N K I N G .

Cudahy— Cudahy State Bank.
JO H N D. B IR D , P residen t.
A . L. W IR T H . V ic e P resident.
A. L. W irth ,
Chas. A. N icolaus,
J. D. B ird,

C H A S. A . N IC O L A U S . Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. Schendel,
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 ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
$30,000
$309,213 50 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
10,000
6 72 Surplus fu n d ........
O v erdrafts ...........................
U nd ivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
174,502 75
and other b o n d s ...........
ta x es p a id ........
11,329
1,300 00
B an king h ou se....................
3,600 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b ­
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
je c t to c h e c k ._____ . . .
208,881
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
47,323 33 T im e certificates o f d e­
serve b a n k s ....................
43,373
p osit ...............................
C hecks on other banks
217,804
771 17 S avings d ep o sits..
and ca sh ite m s .............
4,4 12
70 00 C ertified c h e c k s ..
G old c o in .............................
checks
ou t­
1,3 11 82 C ash ier’s
S ilver c o in ...........................
standing .........................
4,039
U. S. and n ation al c u r ­
13,204
00
P
osta
l
s
a
v
in
g
s
....
21,876
re n cy ......... ......................
413 60
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T o ta l

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

$551,716 89

T ota l

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

00
00
65
05
86
66
58
09
00

$551,716 89

Cumberland—Island City State Bank.
A. L. M O R K E N , Cashier.
S. L. L A R S O N , A sst. Cashier.

L E W IS L A R S O N , P resident.
JO H N D. OLSON , V ic e President.
L e w is L arson ,
A. L. M orken,
John D. Olson,

D IR E C T O R S .
A lbert Johnson,
Julius E w ald.

E S T A B L IS H E D IN 1896.
In corporated as a State B an k Ju ly 20, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
O ther real estate o w n ed.
D ue fro m approved re serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy .................... ...........
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$174,256
879
6,296
3,158
3,000
28,160
5,347
920
1,1 25
1,0 17
18

Liabilities.
37 C apital stock paid in. . . .
24 Surplus fu n d ......................
b i U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
bb
ta x es p a id ......................
00
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k - . . . . . . . .
49
T im e certificates of. de­
posit .................................
04
00 S avings d e p o sits.............
3b C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
stan d in g ..........................
00
62

$224,179 18

T ota l

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

$25,000 00
5,600 00
1 ,2 06 75
70,586 68
91,200 66
19,796 36
10,788 73

$224,179 18

REPORTS

OF STATE BANKS.

101

Cumberland—State Bank of (Cumberland.
F.
C.

W . M IL L E R , P resident.
F. K A L K , V ice P resident.

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 iller.
K

F.
W . M iller,
C. F. K alk,

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 8, 1883.
In corporated as a State B an k A u g u st 12, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erdrafts ...............
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate ow n ed .
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
G old coin ...........................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
Insurance a c c o u n t ...........
Total

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

Liabilities.
$406,925 57 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
1,100 82 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
28,232 25
current expenses and
10,715 17
tax es p a id ......................
2,000 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
4,641 28
je c t to ch e ck ...................
T im e certificates o f de­
66,649 55
posit .................................
2,232 50 S avings d eposits. .............
1,213 50 C ash ier’ s
checks
ou t­
stand ing .........................
9,3 97 00
517 78
688 57
$534,313 99

T otal

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

$10,000 00
33,000 00
11,542 02
174,124 04
245,119 97
52,826 15
7,7 01 81

$534,313 99

Curtiss— Curtiss State Bank.
O L E T H O M P SO N , P resident.
T.
B. P E T E R M A N , V ice President.
T. B. Peterm an,
Glen R eibsam en ,
B.
B. Green,

G L E N R E IB S A M E N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Ole T hom pson,
C. J. K arsten.

'0

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 23» 1912.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oan s and d is c o u n t s .. . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved re serve b a n k s ....................
D ue from other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ..............
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. an d nation al cu rr e n c y .................................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T o ta l ......................


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L ia b ilit ie s .
$117,808 10- C apital stock paid i n . . . .
1,623 57 Surplus fu n d .................... ..
U ndivided profits, less
3,140 00
current expenses and
2,300 00
taxes p a id ......................
1,200 00 D ue to ba n k s— d e p o sits. .
D ividen ds u n p a id .............
3,448 07 Ind ividu al deposits, su b5,000 00
je c t to ch e ck .......... 7 . . .
T im e certificates o f de1 00
p osit .................................
99 50 S avings d e p o sits................
526 00 C ash ier’s
ch eck s
ou ts t a n d i n g ..........................
1,308 00
85 50
$136,539 74

T o ta l

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

$10,000 00
2,000 00
4,768 12
37 28
7 00
62,455 30
30,466 84
10,680 20
1,125 00

$136,539 74

102

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G .

Cushing1— Bank of Cushing.
H. D. B A K E R , President.
TH O S. H A N S O N , V ice P resident.

W M . S. L A R S O N , Cashier.
P E T E R P E T E R S O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. W . Nelson,
C. F. Peterson.

H. D. B aker,
Thos. H anson,
¥ m . C. L arson,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 17, 1914.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
an d other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e .................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due fr o m ap p roved re■ serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on oth er banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
S ilver c o in ........... ' . ............
U. S. and na tion al cu r­
re n cy ............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............

$127,49 2 15 C apital stock paid in. . . .
319 05 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
2,500 00
ta x es p a id .................
2,500 00
2,296 04 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
3,911 09 T im e certificates o f d e­
posit ...............................
1,4 7 2 69 S avings d e p o sits...............
ch ecks
ou t­
105 00 C ashier’ s
standing ..........................
708 00
B ills p a y a b le ......................
2,8 35 00
81 28

T ota l

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$144,220 30

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
2,000 00
2,715 66
50,754 85
28,671 03
29,041 28
6,037 48
15,000 00

$144,220 30

Cylon—State Bank of Cylon.
A. P. F O R S Y T H , P resident.
JO H N F. M C N AM A R A , V ice Pres.

P. M. F O R S Y T H , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L. J. A d gate,
John F. M cN am ara.

A. P. F orsyth,
B. K u nny,
H. A . F rey,

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L oa n s and d iscou n ts........
O v erd rafts ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s . .
D ue from approved re­
serve b a n k s ....................
D ue fro m other b a n k s . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold c o in .............................
Silver co in ............................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ..........
E xpen se ...............................
R evenue s ta m p s................
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided
profits, less
current expenses and
500 00
tax es p a id ......................
2.500 00
1,470 95 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
10,608 63 T im e certificates o f de­
p
osit .................................
1.500 00
S avings d e p o sits................
15 00
1,460 00
309 70

$38,644 31
58 25

$ 10,000 00

1,000 00
1,4 52 35
22,012 44
10,906 98
14,534 80

771 00
30 35
2,032 38

6 00
$59,906 57

T ota l

$59,906 57

R E P O R T S OF STATE BANKS.

103

Dallas—Bank of Dallas.
C.
M.

J. B O R U M , P resident.
L. R A N D A L L , V ice President.

F . L. V A N S IC K L E , Cashier.
T. N. H A L V E R S O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. J. B orum ,
F. W . B orum ,
C. C. Coe,

F. L. V a n Sickle,
M. L. R andall.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 12, 190 2.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u gu st 28, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g hou se....................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Due from other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T otal

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

Liabilities.
$166,003 07 C apital stock paid in . . . .
138 33 Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided
profits, less
current expenses and
5,600 00
ta x es paid ....................
1,800 00
1,000 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
23,036 93 D em and certificates o f
18,112 94
deposit ............................
T im e certificates of d e­
posit .................................
40 00
1,330 00 S avings d e p o s its ................
C
ashier’
s
checks
ou t­
10
824
standing ........................
2,940 00
102 59
$220,927 96

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
2,000 00
2,226 44
63,089 01
2,231 24
118,497 35
14,084 27
8,799 65

$220,927 96

Dalton—Dalton State Bank.
(P . O. K in g sto n )
R O B E R T D A L T O N . P resident.
B E R T L O V E L A N D , V ice P resident.
R o b e rt D alton,
R ich a rd Schulz,
E. D ixon,
F red Semple,

E. D IX O N , Cashier.
R. E. D IX O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . Sump,
A. S. B angs,
B ert L oveland.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue from approved reserve b a n k s ....................
Gold c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$109,546 50
17 27
19,000 00
2,500 00
1,550 00
3,745 01
47 50
374 80

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ......................
U ndivided profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x es p a id .................... In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit ...............................

$10,000 00
700 00
1,660 67
30,668 15
95,425 56

1,626 00
47 30
$138,454 38

T otal

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

$138,454 38

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

Danbury—Danbury State Bank.
A. J. W E N T Z E L L . P resident.
T. B. B E T T S . V ice P resident.

A . M. B R O O K S . Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
N. C. Dunn,
H. S. Cohen.

A. J. W entzell.
T. B. Betts.
A. M. B rooks,

E S T A B L IS H E D

JU N E

16, 1916.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.

L ea n s and d iscou n ts. .
O v erd rafts ........................
B anking’ hou se...................
F urniture and fixtu res. .
D u e fro m ap p roved re ­
serve h a n k s....................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s . .
C hecks on other hanks
and cash item s...............
G old c o in .............................
Silver c o in ...................... ’ ’
U. S. and national c u r ­
rency ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l

$52,560
269
2,850
1,5 50
2,387
534
70
65
155
1,760
51

Liabilities.
03 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
72 Surplus fu n d ......................
00 U ndivided profits, less
00
current expenses and
tax es p a id ......................
10 In d ividu al deposits, su b ­
60
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f de­
50
posit ...............................
00 Savings d e p o sits................
50 C ash ier’s
ch ecks
ou t­
standing .........................
00 N otes and bills red is­
03
coun ted ...........................
B ills p a y a b le ......................

$62,253 48

T ota l

$ 1 0 , 0 0 0 00

2,200 00
531 39

30,808 95
5,743 74
253 61
717 69
7,765 00
4,233 10
$62,253 48

Dane—State Bank of Dane.
M O’ D W Y E R , President.
B Y R O N R A P P , V ice President.
M. O’ D w yer,
Otto Schwenn,
J. K. Stevenson,
E. F. D e B ow er,

E. F. 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 .
B y ron Rapp,
L a w son B renton,
J. W . Duff.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 15, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s an d d iscou n ts. . . .
$117 114 30 C ap ital stock paid i n . . .
O v erd rafts ........................
3,889 66 Surplus fu n d ......................
u. b., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
10,239 00
current expenses and
B an k in g h o u se ..................
3,000 00
taxes p a id ......................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,000 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
Other real estate ow n ed .
l ’ 700 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
Due fro m approved re ­
T im e certificates o f d e­
serve b a n k s ....................
19,030 85
posit . ...............................
G old coin ................. ........
837 50 Savings deposits .............
S ilver coin .........................
619 75
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
2,040 00
N ickels and c e n ts .............
86 68
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$160,557 74

T ota l

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

$12,000 00
1,600 00
1,1 56 80
26,662 04
117,083 62
2,055 28

$160,557 74

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R EPO RTS OF STATE BANKS.

Darien—The Farmers State Bank of Darien.
J. R. E A G A N , Cashier.
L E O N C. P IP E R , A sst. Cashier.

R. S. Y O U N G , P resident.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. F rank,
J. R. E agan.

R.
S. Y oung,
John Piper,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1897.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u se .................
D ue fr o m a p p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ....................
Gold coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. an d nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T o ta l ........... ..........

Liabilities.
$161,489 26 C apital stock paid in . . . .
....................
Surplus
fu
nd
536 45
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
10,000 00
taxes p a id ......................
2,700 00
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . .........
42,309 90
795 00 T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit ......... ........................
650 00
Savings d e p o sits................
5,410 00
93 22
$223,983 83

T ota l ......................

$15,000 00
15,000 00
3 ,2 51 34
93,601 75
87,047 84
10 ,082 90

$223,983 83

Darling-ton—La Fayette County State Bank.
S. P. N E L SO N , P resident.
T. E. Q U IN N , V ice President.
S. P . N elson,
T. E. Quinn,
W a lte r V an M atre,
G. Z. R oselip,
P a trick M cD onald,

C. M. L U N D , Cashier
D IR E C T O R S .
Jas. G. K ilkelly,
Ed. Johnson,
P. B. N elson,
John Steiner.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 10, 1917
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
an d other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due from approved reserve b a n k s ....................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al curren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$7,995 00 C apital stock paid in . . .
29 01 U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
1,000 00
ta x e s paid ....................
1,988 33 Individual deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
28,628 61 D em and certificates o f
1,000 00
d e p o s i t s ...........................
353 00

$25,000 00
63 4b
12,878 75
8,224 25

5,143 00
29 50
$46,166 45

T ota l

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$46,166 45

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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 .

Deerfield—Bank of Deerfield.
A . H. H O F F M A N , P re s id e n t.
F R A N K D E A E G B R , V ice P resident.

H. B. F A R G O , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F ra n k D raeger,
C. F. H olzhuter.

A. H. H offm an,
H, B. F argo,

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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$111,637 80 C apital stock paid in. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
1,868 19 Surplus fu n d ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits,
less
and other b o n d s ...........
36,990 75
current expenses and
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
2,250 00
taxes p a id ......................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,630 00 Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
O ther r e a l estate o w n e d .
11,283 70
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
Dem and certificates o f
14,340 17
serve h a n k s....................
d e p o s i t ............................
E x ch a n g e s fo r clea rin g
Savings d e p o s i t s .............
house ...............................
7 00 Other liabilities .............
Gold coin ...........................
2,5 27 50
Silver coin .........................
716 70
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
4,1 87 00
N ickels and c e n ts .............
71 98
T o ta l .................... ..

$187,510 79

T ota l .................... ..

$ 10,000 00
2,000 00
6,6 94 11
64,820 48
101,752 13
1,0 91 31
1,1 5 2 76

$187,510 79

Deer Park—State Bank of Deer Park.
W . E. W E B S T E R , President.
G. A . F O U K S, V ice President.
W . E. W ebster,
Geo. A. Fouks,

JNO. S A K R IS O N . Cashier.
B. H. S A K R IS O N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
•Ino. Sakrison,
Ed. Sakrison.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 6, 1905.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
$97,159 62 C apital stock paid in. . . .
O v erd rafts .............
287 77 Surplus f u n d ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
6,000 00
current expenses and
B an kin g house ................
2,500 00
taxes paid ....................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
800 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
D ue fro m approved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve b a n k s ....................
21,033 90 T im e certificates o f de­
D ue fro m other b a n k s. . .
8,53 6 85
p osit .................................
G old c o i n .............................
4,867 50 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
S ilver coin .........................
900 25 C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
standing .........................
ren cy ...............................
4,256 00
N ick els and cen ts.............
21 48
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

146,363 37

T otal

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

$10,000 00
5,000 00
1,095 23
44,952 66
65,081 17
19,092 10
1,1 42 21

146,363 37

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS.

107

De Forest—The De Forest State Bank.'
T H O M A S F A R N E S S , P resident.
J. H. B E R T R A N D , V ice President.

A. A . L IN D E , Cashier.
C. A. L IN D E , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. H. B ertrand,
,
W . R . Chipm an,
H.
P. Jam ieson,
A . A . Linde,
A. J. Jam ieson,
E. C. M eland.
Thos. F arness,
E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 2, 1902.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
an d other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
Due fro m ap p roved reD ue fr o m other ba n k s. . .
Checks on other banks
and cash ite m s.............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...........................a .
N ick els and c e n ts .............
T ota l

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

Liabilities.
$193,175 47 C apital stock paid in . . . .
3,334 45 Surplus fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
4,530 00
taxes paid ....................
3,111 80
Ind ividu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
20 664 73
3,581 04 T im e certificates o f deposit ...............................
116 00 Other liabilities.................
105 00
1,225 05

$15,^.00 00
10,000 00
721 62
58,411 82
152,171 49
186 46

6,048 00
599 85
$236,491 39

T ota l

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

$236,491 39

J

Delavan— Citizens Bank of Delavan.
E. F . W IL L IA M S , P resident.
H. A. B R IG G S , V ic e President.
E. F. W illia m s,
D. E. Da B ar,
H. A. B riggs,
J. H. G oodrich .
W . H. H orton,

W . R . T O P P IN G , Cashier.
E. M. A D A M S , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H o w a rd W illia m s,
W . R. Topping,
W . F. F ernholz,
J. J. P hoenix.

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. .. .
O v erd rafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s ..
D ue fro m a p p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
D ue fro m other b a n k s .. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
E x ch a n g e s fo r clearing
house ...............................
G old coin ....... .....
Silver coin .........................
U S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$563,782 17 Capital stock paid in . ...
1,461 99 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expen ses and
127,271 75
10,000 00
taxes paid ....................
00
Individu
al deposits, sub4,000
je c t to c h e c k ..................
82,430 78 D em and certificates o f
2,920 75
deposit ...........................
Savings d e p o sits................
1,301 21 Certified checks ......
P osta l s a v i n g s ........
2,795 84 B ills p a y a b l e .........
2,035 00
2,079 00

$50,000 00
15,000 00
26,792 84
280,559 86
217,823
190,800
76
529
30,000

78
03
95
79
00

11,406 00
98 76
$811,583 25

T ota l

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$811,583 25

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 I N G .

Delavan—Wisconsin State Bank.
A . H. K E N D R IC K , P resident.
G. E. B A R K E R , V ice President.

C. H. SH U L Z, Cashier.
R . C. L IL L IB R ID G E , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

G.
E. B arker,
£ g . B arker,
C. H. Shulz,

th q . T an ck
A. H. K en drick,
R . C. L illibridge.
E S T A B L IS H E D 1855.
In corporated as a State B an k July 25, 1903, under nam e o f B ank o f
E.
L atim er & Co. C hanged nam e .to W iscon sin State B ank
N ov em b er 1, 1911.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans an d d iscou n ts. . . . $3 20,286 21 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O verdrafts ........................
1,060 70 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits,
less
and other b o n d s .............
17,470 00
current expenses and
P rem ium on b o n d s .............
72 50
taxes paid ....................
B an k in g h ou se..........
11,000
00 Individu al deposits, sub­
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
6,000 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D u e fr o m ap p roved re ­
D em and certificates o f
serve b a n k s ...........
40,153
69
deposit ............................
D ue fr o m oth er ba n k s. . .
10,287 21 S avings deposits .............
C hecks on other banks
C ertified c h e c k s ................
and cash ite m s ....
959
16
E x ch a n g e s fo r clearin g
h o u s e ......................
294
97
G old coin ...........................
3,480 00
S ilver coin ........................
2,3 84 35
U. S. and na tion al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
11,190 00
861
75
N ickels and c e n t s ....
T ota l

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

$425,500 54

T ota l

. . . . ’ .............

$30,000 00
15,000 00
15,921 59
146,864 63
79,795 48
137,878 04
40 80

$425,500 54

Denmark—Denmark State Bank.
H E N R Y F. W IT T IG , P resident.
JOS. F. K O N O P , V ice P resident.
M. J. F lah erty,
H. A . D um dey,
F. W . K riw anek,
Jos. F. K on op,
Jno. B artelm e,

GEO. G. D E B R O U X , Cashier.
GEO. H. R A T K E , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Jno. F. Enz,
John J. Jorgensen,
H e n ry W ittig,
Geo. G. D e B roux.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.

R esou rces.

L oans and d isco u n ts____
Overdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels an d c e n t s .............

$560,905 52 C ap ita l stock paid i n . . . .
999 44 Surplus f u n d ....................
U n d ivided profits, less
37,783 11
current expenses and
12,200 00
tax es paid ....................
3,000 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ....................
100,265 12 T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
200 30 S avings d e p o s i t s ..............
1 ,6 55 00
1 ,7 51 10

T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$50,000 00
5,000 00
8,3 37 20
219,823 27
426,557 09
23,117 28

13,991 00
84 25
$732,834 84

T ota l

$732,834 84

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS.

109

De Pere— State Bank.
J. S. G IT T IN S , P resident.
J. P. D O U SM A N , V ic e P resident.
John S. Gittins,
John H ockers,
J. P. D ousm an,
D. H. G regory,
P eter Ruel,

C A R L G. SCO TT, Cashier.
M. J. M A LS , B ran ch M anager.

D IR E C T O R S .
J a co b F a lck
John A . K u yp ers,
R ob ert Crabb,
W . M. W orkm an .

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E , 1878.
In corporated as a S tate B an k O ctober 22, 1889.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2)0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
$517,119 83 C apital stock paid i n . . .
O verdrafts .........................
802 79 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
129,541 02
current expenses and
B an kin g house ................
16,560 00
taxes p a i d ......................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
6,840 00 D ue to ba n k s— d eposits.
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
D ividen ds u n p a i d ...........
reserve banks .............
82,363 34 Individu al deposits, su b­
Due from other b a n k s ..
2,6 95 35
je c t to c h e c k ..................
C hecks on other banks
T im e certificates o f de­
and cash ite m s. . _ . . . .
5,877 76
p osit ...............................
Gold coin ...........................
11,117 50 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
Silver coin .........................
1 ,4 9 7 50 C ertified c h e c k s ................
U. S. and national cu r­
C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
ren cy ...............................
13,847 00
stand ing ........................
N ickels and c e n ts...........
228 77 P o sta l savin gs . . . ............
T o ta l ......................

$788,490 86

T ota l ......................

$50,000 00
25,000 00
21,338 35
1,399 94
50 00
226,844 58
280,030 69
180,844 64
7700
2,421 00
484 66
$788,490 86

De Soto—De Soto State Bank.
A . J . B R O A D H E A D , P resident.
C H A S. H. H A S K E L L , V ice P resident.
R. P. L oftu s,
C. H. H askell,
A. J. B road h ead ,

R. P. L O F T U S , Cashier.
R . E. H A A G , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . Joseph,
M. Steenberg,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate ow n e d .
D ue fro m approved r e ­
s e r v e banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k s ..
Gold coin ............. , . — .
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and cents'...........
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fu nd .....................
U ndivided profits, less
2,000 00
current expenses and
3,400 00
ta x es paid ....................
1,100 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b ­
3,000 00
je c t to c h e c k . . . ...........
T im e certificates o f d e­
16 ,795 59
p osit ...............................
23,790 80 Savings d e p o s i t s ..............
1,730 00
2,117 40

$142,125 34
1,3 04 00

$10,000 00
3,500 00
1,9 36 36
45,235 07
109,698 83
30,621 16

3,517 00
I l l 29
$200,991 42

T ota l

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$200,991 42

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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 .

Dodge—First State Bank of Dodge.
M. J. K U L A S , P resident.
M. D. B R O M , V ice President.
S. L osinski,
M. J. K ulas,
J. P. B rzezm ski,
J. B. Literski',

H. J. S A T K A , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. F. B rom ,
M. D. B rom ,
A n d rew H oesley.

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 4, 1914.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
’ O v erdrafts .........................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve hanks ..................
C hecks on other hanks
and cash ite m s .....
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .....
T otal

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

Liabilities.
$47,792 90 C apital stock paid i n . . .
................
2 6 9 8 Surplus fu nd
1 ,6 24 49 U ndivided
profits, less
current expenses and
9,0 71 7o
tax es paid
................
Individual deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
44
75
412 50 T im e certificates o f d e­
436 20
posit .................................
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
1,673 00 C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................
43
88
$61,126 45

T otal

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

$10,000 00
2,000 00
1,016 70
11 ,9 89 75
11,360 50
24,754 50
500
$61.126 45

Dodgeville— City and Farmers Bank.
W M . D IC K IN S O N . P resident.
JO H N T. W IL L IA M S , V ic e P resident.
W m . D ickinson,
V. T. W illia m s,
John T. W illia m s,

V . T. W IL L IA M S , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
’
M att R uppert,
Joe P eterson.

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 16, 1889.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u g u st 3, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
O ther real estate ow ned
D ue fr o m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on oth er banks
and cash it e m s .............
G old co in ...........................
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. an d nation al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$140,204 30 C apital stock paid in . . . .
101 69 U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
20,500 00
ta x es p a i d ......................
9,000 00 D ividen ds unpaid ...........
1,300 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
1,100 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f de­
15,245 84
p osit ..................................
C ashier’ s
ch ecks
ou t­
735 06
stan din g ........................
1,6 65 00
818 40

$25,000 00
3,043 38
105 00
69,728 80
90,331 44
7,3 64 63

4,767 00
135 96
$195,573 25

T o ta l

........... K. . . .

$195,573 25

R E P O R T S O F STATE BANKS.

I ll

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. ST RO N G , A sst. Cashier.
A R T H U R ST RO N G , Asst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A rth u r Strong,
H. C. Strong.

O rv ille 'S tro n g,
T.
M. Strong,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 8, 1881.
In corporated as a State B ank June 5, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2O, 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s - ...
$511,391 58 C apital stock paid i n . . .
O verdrafts .........................
1,40 5 21 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
122,335 00
current expenses and
B an kin g house ................
10,000 00
taxes paid ....................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,100 00 Due to banks— d eposits.
D ue from approved re ­
Individu al deposits, su b­
serve banks ..................
203,609 51
je c t to c h e c k ..................
C hecks on other banks
D em and certificates o f
and cash ite m s.............
6,551 61
d e p o s i t .............................
Gold coin ...........................
5,792 50 T im e certificates o f d e­
1,856 70
Silver coin ........................
p osit .................................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
S avings deposits .............
ren cy ...............................
5,111 00 C ertified c h e c k s ................
N ickels and c e n ts.............
209 69 C ashier’ s
checks
o u t­
stand ing .........................
T ota l

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

$869,362 80

T ota l

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

$50,000 00
15,000 00
5,508 14
8,000 71
238,496 46
6,239 50
451,796 39
82,815 09
8 58
11,497 93
$869,362 80

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 P resident.
C. E. B lodgett,
Herrn. M arquardt,
F. M. Chase,
H. A. M aurer,

H. A. M A U R E R , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
B ert W ells,
F. W . Chase,
F ra n k H iebsch.

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$179,781 79 C apital stock paid in . . .
O verdrafts ........................
3 8 3 7 9 Surplus fund
................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
23,439 00
current expenses and
B an kin g hou se....................
3,000 00
taxes p a id ......................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,500 00 Individu al deposits sub­
D ue fro m approved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ......................
serve banks ..................
36,993 29 T im e certificates o f de­
Gold coin ...........................
80 00
posit ..............................
Silver coin .........................
612 65 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
ren cy .............
4,190 00
standing .........................
N ickels and cen ts.............
153 28
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$251,133 SO

T o ta l

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

$20,000 00
8,000 00
7,5 88 87
115,333 58
72,252 39
26,711 08
1,247 88
$251,133 80

112

R E P O R T O P T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O P B A N K I N G .

Dousman—Dousman State Bank.
O.
L.

A. O LSO N , P resident.
J. B IS C H E L , V ice P resident.
L. J. B ischel,
O scar A. Olson,
John W . W illia m s,

J. A. OLSON, Cashier.
GEO. A . M A R T IN , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G. A . M artin,
N ic M undschau.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 14, 1906.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D ue fr o m ap p roved r e ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on oth er banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........

$143,995 28
3,007 35
41,640 73
2,050 40
2,748 69
34,219 56
491 24
107 50
1,145 20
3,037 00
162 74
$232,605 69

T ota l

L ia b ilit ie s .
C apital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fu nd ...........
B u ild in g fund .........
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid . . . .
D ividends unpaid . .
Ind ividu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .........
T im e certificates o f dep osit ......................
S avings deposits . . .
outC ashier’s
checks
standing ................
T o ta l

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

$20,000 00
6,000 00
1,000 00
2,744 03
1,800 00
58,414 27
122,666 01
19,824 92
156 46
$232,605 69
- W

'

Downing1— Bank of Downing-.
D. C. C O O L ID G E , P residen t.
A. M. C O O L ID G E , V ice P resident.
D. C. C oolidge,
A. M. C oolidge,

L. H . R O C K W E L L , Jr., Cashier.
E D W . C. W A G N E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L. H. R ock w ell, Jr.

E S T A B L IS H E D , S E P T E M B E R 1, 1901.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u gu st 22, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d is c o u n t s .. . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h ou se. . ..............
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
Other real estate o w n ed.
D ue fro m a p p roved re­
serve b a n k s ....................
D ue fro m other b a n k s.. .
Checks on other banks
an d cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
II. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
A ccou n ts r e ce iv a b le .........
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$143,639 53
2,951 35
10,726
1,500
3,000
1,355

88
00
00
00

45,102 05
1,6 55 99
154 13
2,650 00
1,8 9 2 10

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
ta x es paid ....................
Due to banks— d eposit. .
Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit ...............................
S avings d eposits...............
C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
standing - ......................
Other l i a b ilit ie s ................

$15,000 00
300 00
951 37
13,543 39
87 ,674 54
48,915 58
55,644 29
927 12
6 50

7,725 00
129 99
480 77
$222,962 79

T o ta l

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

$222,962 79

REPORTS

118

OF STATE BANKS.

Downsville— Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
H. L. K Y L E , P resident.
JO H N R O T H , V ice President.

S. H. F E L D M A N , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A lex. N orb,
S. H. Feldm an.

R. W . L oom is,
H. L. K yle,
John R oth,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 21, 1917.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an king house ................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
D ue fro m other b a n k s . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
O ther resou rces .............
T ota l

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

$39,993 27
13 83
300 00
2,758 39
2,437 85
2,955 39
626 35

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep osit ...............................
Savings d e p o s i t s .............
Certified c h e c k s ................
C ashier’ s
checks
outstanding .........................

$10,000 00
1,000 00
11,406 24
25,951 14
220 54
12 08
3,828 84

92 79
15 00
229 00
2,419 00
41 18
536 79
$52,418 84

T ota l

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

$52,418 84

Doylestown—Doylestown State Bank.
P.
F. B R E E N , P resident.
F R E D W U E T H R IC K , V ice president.

W . J. K IR 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. B reen,
W.
J. K irley,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 17, 1915.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
T oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g house ................
F urniture, and fix tu r e s. .
Due fro m approved reserve banks ..................
G old coin ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
L ib e rty L oan acco u n t. ..
T ota l

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

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$75,219 98
15 64
24,165 00
2,750 00
1,793 98
9,452 21
195 00
552 40
3,515 00
106 40
200 00
$117,964 91

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
tax es paid ....................
Ind ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep osit ...............................
S avings deposits .............
N o t e i and bills rediscoun ted ...........................

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
1,200 00
2,004 61
17,395 46
81,976 02
388 82
5,000 00

$117,964 91

114

Repo r t

of

th e

c o m m is s io n e r

of

b a n k in g

.

Dresser Junction—Bank of Dresser Junction.
H A R R Y D. B A K E R , P resident.
C H A S. T U R N B U L L , V ice President.
H a rr y D. B aker,
A . E. A nderson,
C harles L un dberg,

A. H. W E IN H A R D T , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
John E. B u s s ,.
R o b ert Soderburg,
Chas. T urnbull.

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m approved re­
serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
hou se ...............................
G old coin ..........................
Silver c o i n ..........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T ota l

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

L ia b ilit ie s .
$10,000
$60,037 0 7 C apital stock paid i n . . .
1,000
805 88 Surplus fund .................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
1,100 00
taxes p a i d ...........
229
1,960 S9
505
1,3 22 70 D ue to banks— d eposit. .
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ......
30,801
10 ,112 76
T im e certificates o f d e­
31,080
posit ...............................
584 59
S avings deposits .............
2 ,5 01
checks
ou t­
9 40 C ashier’ s
stand ing .................
878
30 00
500 45

00
00
45
42
04
48
90
64

527 00
6 09
$73,996 93

T ota l

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

$76,996 93

Durand—Bank: of Durand.
A. J. W A L L A C E , P resident.
G E O R G E T A R R A N T , V ice P resident.
A. J. W a lla ce ,
Geo. T arra n t,
W . A. Gillm ore,
H. M. O rlady,

JO S E P H W E B E R Cashier.
JO H N G IL L M O R E , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. P N icklas,
W . N. C assidy,
Joseph W eber.
'i

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 20, 1884.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m ap p roved reserve banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s.............
E x ch a n g e s fo r clearing
house ...............................
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ick els and c e n t s .............


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$433,510 00
545 08
11,850 00
12,500 00
2,158 67
170,052 41
387 32
2,340 92

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid ....................
In d ividu al deposits, su bje c t to check ................
T im e certificates o f dep osit ...............................
S avings deposits .............

$25,000 00
25,000 00
15,303 78
170,752 09
395,822 64
18,436 01

779 69
2,585 00
2,708 70
10,640 00
256 73
$650,314 52

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$650,314 52

R E PO R TS OF STATE BAN KS.

115

JSJ
Eagle—Bank of Eagle.
H. M. L O IB L , P resident.
E.
J. L IN S, V ice President.

L O U IS E H. L IN S , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
p . K lop pen burg,
E. B. A ben droth.

H. M. L oibl,
E.
J . Lins,
W . H. T uvhy,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U ST, 1901.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u gu st 29, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l

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•
$204,295 32
639 71

L ia b ilit ie s .
Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits, less
15,000 00
current expenses and
2,850 00
taxes p a i d ......................
2,500 oo- D ividends unpaid ...........
Ind ividu al deposits, sub81,148 79
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f de280 9 5
p osit ...............................
705 00 Savings d e p o s i t s .............
1,399 75 Certified c h e c k s ................

$15,000 00
3,000 00
2,913 93
14 00
125,153 34
149,995 40
19,473 64
9 06

- 6,557 00
182 85
$315,559 37

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$315,559 37

Eagle River—Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
F IN N L A W L E R , P resident.
N.
M. E M M O N S, V ice President.
F in n L aw ler,
N.
M. E m m ons,
E. E. A d am s,
F. J. Strong,

W . C. A R N O L D , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . P ersohn,
O scar G underson,
W . C. A rnold.
'

!

(l!

¡"^1“

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts ............. ...........
U, S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m approved reserve banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash it e m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$60,882 07
240 60
10,000 00
552 58
1,0 70 88
3,742 20
698 72
120 00
930 30

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d .......................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es paid ....................
Due to banks— overdrafts
Individu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep osit .................................
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
Certified c h e c k s ................

$10,000 00
100 00
949 50
1,608 01
37,647 50
18,764 98
14,100 81
37 50

4,908 00
62 95
$83,208 30

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$83,208 30

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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 .

Eagle River—State Bank of Eagle River.
M A R G A R E T M cK E N Z IE , P resident.
F R E D M O R E Y , V ic e P resident.

A. M cK E N Z IE , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M argaret M cK enzie,
F red M orey,

A. M cK enzie

E S T A B D IS H E D JU L Y 3, 1891.
In corporated as a State B an k A u g u st 14, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ......... .B an k in g hou se ................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
O ther real estate ow n ed .
D u e fro m a p p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k s ..
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T ota l

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

L iabilities.
$62,459 22 C apital stock paid in . . . .
1,0 86 70 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
1,000 00
current expenses and
1,500 00
taxes paid ......................
1,6 74 60 Individu al deposits, sub­
487 3 4
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e certificates o f d e­
45,115 03
p osit ..............................
465 31

$10,000 00
1,060 00
96694
76,510 46
37,653 97

496 10
455 00
939 50
10,351 00
161 57
$126,191 37

T ota l

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$126,191 37

Eastman—State Bank of Eastman.
J. F. P IE R , President.
I.
A. L A R S E N , V ice P resident.

H. E. P IE R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. H. F inney,
J. C, E r tel,
W a lte r Seidel,
J. F. P ier,

3Pfgg-

*

H en ry Otto,
I.
A. L arsen,
C. E. K ram er.

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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s .........
B an kin g hou se ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m a p p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
Due fro m oth er ba n k s. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national c u r­
re n cy ........................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$99,485 08
48551
7,5 85 00
2,196 39
1 ,2 88 27
18,115 70
1 ,8 98 01
3,9 05 97
182 50
858 35
942 00
60 50
$137,003 28

L ia b ilit ie s .
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a id ......................
Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit .................................
C ertified ch eck s.................
C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
stand ing .........................
N otes and bills red is­
counted ...........................
T otal

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

$10,000 00
1,600 00
37575
38,465 31
84,533 74
3,4 8
172 00
1,8 53 00
$137,003 28

R E PO R TS OF STATE B AN K S.

117

East Troy—Farmers’ and Merchants’ Bank.
M. J. P O W E R S , Cashier.
L. J. M A R T IN , A sst. Cashier.

J. F . JU D E , P resident.
T. J. O ’L E A R Y , V ice P resident.
D IR E C T O R S .
J.
T.
F.
E.

P.
J.
J.
J.

B. F. L udtke.
John J. C rossw aite,
Chas. T aft.

Jude,
O’ L eary,
R ice,
Crane,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 6, 1912.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house .................
F urniture and fixtu res. .
D ue fro m approved reserve banks ..................
E x ch a n g e s fo r clearin g
house .............................
Gold coin ...........................
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. and national curren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T o ta l

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

$148,475 52
441 86
23,400 00
4,725 83
4,476 95
14,722 69
822 46
567 50
885 05

L ia b ilit ie s .
Capital stock paid i n . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits,
less
current expenses and
taxes paid ......................
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
D em ands certificates o f
deposit ...........................
Savings deposits .............
Bills p a y a b le ....................

$20,000 00
500 00
1,405 25
35,259 25
85,369 96
43,634 70
10,000 00

2,459 00
192 30
T otal

$201 169 16

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

$201 169 16

East Troy—State Bank of East Troy.
J. P. C H A F 1N , P resident.
E D W . B. R O H L E D E R , V ice Pres.

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 .
J. P. Chafin,
EdW. B. R ohleder,

H. E. H enry.

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s . .
Due fro m approved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
S ilver c o i n ..........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
3,250 00 U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
5,000 00
taxes paid ....................
1,000 00
Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
62,457 33
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit ...................... ..
1,1 34 65
535 00 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
ch ecks
ou t­
1,9 02 75 C ashier’ s
stand ing .........................
6,852 00
232 61

$362,949 00

$445,313 34

T ota l

$30,000 00
6,000 00
7,210 74
105,133 46
162,892 48
132,059 24
2,017 42

$445,313 34

118

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 .

Eau Claire—Eau Claire Savings Bank.
W . K . C O F F IN , P resident.
C. W,. L O C K W O O D , V ice P'residènt.

D. S. Ciark,
W . K . Coffin,
D. M. D ulany,
A. J. K eith,
B. G. P roctor,

C. W . D IN G E R , Cashier.
^ ° S NA?t^ U M A N > A s s t Cashier.
C. H. C H A R L S O N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
T. B. K eith,
C. W . L ock w ood ,
A. J. M arsh,
M , B. H ubbard.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 24, 190 6.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 ,
Resources.
L iabilities.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
$576,945 45 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
535 44 Surplus fu n d ....................
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s .: . . . .
17,880 43
current expenses and
B a n k in g -h o u s e ..................
15,000 00
ta x es paid ....................
F urniture and fix tu r e s . .
2,223 60 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
D ue from ' approved re ­
je c t to c h e c k . . . ............
serve banks ..................
59,884 26 T im e certificates o f de­
C hecks on other banks
posit .................................
9,0 44 90 S avings d e p o s i t s ..............
and cash ite m s .............
E x ch a n g e s fo r clearin g
C ertified c h e c k s ................
house ..................
7,7 38 63 C ash ier’s
ch ecks
ou t­
Gold coin ...........................
1 ,0 07 50
stand ing .........................
Silver coin .........................
3,1 12 15 P osta l s a v i n g s ..................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
10,700 00
N ickels and c e n ts .............
551 91
T o ta l

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

$704,624 27

T ota l

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Eau Claire—Union Savings Bank.

$50,000 00
12,000 00
5,730 11
249,616 67
107,558 31
276,402 84
1010
1,4 28 98
1,8 77 28

$704,624 27

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H
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V .
B - R ‘ S C H W A H N , A sst. Cashier.
H. fe, S T R A N D N E S S , V ice P resident.
L. J. W O L F , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
B. A. Buffington,
E. S. H ayes,
J. T. Joyce,
H. T. L ange,
G. W . R oberston,
Geo. L. B lum ,
A. H. H ollen,
G eorge B. W heeler,
H . S. Strandness,
John D rum m ond, •
S. G. M oon,
E. B. Ingram ,
W . L. Davis,
H. F. S chlegelm ilch.
K. R osholt,
E S T A B L IS H E 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d is c o u n t s .. . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due fr o m a p p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k s ..
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................ •
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy . . . . ......................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
C anadian cu rre n cy ...........
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilit ie s .
C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
10,245 00
current expenses and
12,500 00
tax es paid ....................
4,000 00 D ue to banks— d eposits.
D ividen ds unpaid ...........
33,416 70 In d iv idu al deposits, su b­
103,334 62
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
4,409 01
p osit .................................
4,3 12 50 Savings d e p o s i t s .............
886 80 C ertified c h e c k s ................
C ash ier’ s
checks
ou t­
4,750 00
stand ing .........................
324 88
493 75

$445,349 18
1,627 90

$625,650 34

T ota l

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

$50,000 00
8,000 00
5,396 91
100,597 63
8 00
202,391 58
119,589 51
138,565 06
101 00
1,000 65

$625,650 34

fìE P O R T S

ÒF STATE

BANKS.

110

Eden—Eden State Bank,
W . j . N A S T , C ashiei.

W ÌL L Ì À M N A S T , President.
M A R T IN K A E D IN G , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .

Geo. W . Nast,
W . J. Nast,
H erm an A. K aeding.

W illia m Nast,
M artin K aed ing,
G eorge F lood,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$195,401 17 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
68,306 25 U ndivided profits, less
current expen ses and
163 75
tax es paid ....................
4,200 00
2,800 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k .................
14,245 00
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit .................................
36,837 68
9,365 87 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
65 00 R eserved fo r t a x e s .........
313 25

Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
P rem ium on b o n d s ...........
B an king house ................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Other real estate o w n ed.
D ue fro m approved reserve banks ..................
Due fro m other ba n k s. . .
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. an d nation al curren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l

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

$15,000 00
3,300 00
755 26
92,394 12
134,998 29
86,667 68

2,000 00

3,370 00
47 38
$335,115 35

$335,115 35

T ota l

Edgar—The Bank of Edgar.
A. W . P U C H N E R , P resident.
H. G. F L IE T H , V ice President.

W M . C. SE IM , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. C. De L ong,
O. G. Fehlhaber.

H. G. F lieth,
A. W . Puchner,
W m . C. Seim,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R . 1902.
In croporated as a State B an k A u gu st 20, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 i 7 .
Liabilities.
$247,002 31 C apital stock paid in. . . .
....................
Surplus
fu
n
d
809 22
U ndivided profits, less
current
expenses
and
9,578 00
taxes p a i d ......................
5,019 69
Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
13,108 20
6,373 12 T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
331 16 S avings d e p o s i t s ........... ..
checks
ou t­
2,000 00 C ash ier’s
standing .........................
831 95

Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve banks ...........
D ue fr o m other ba n k s. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin . , ......................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and na tion al cu r­
re n cy ................................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$15,000 00
15,000 00
6,242 33
101,365 49
115,353 62
35,776 10
623 95

4,111 00
196 84
$289,361 49

T ota l

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

$289,361 49

120

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 .

Edg-erton—Tobacco Exchange Bank.
W . S. H B D D L E S , V ice President. '

W M . B U S S E Y , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A lex. W hite,
D. L. B abcock ,
C. G. Biederm an.

W . S. H eddles,
W m . B ussey,
W . A. Shelley,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 29, 1897.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
$600,236
O verdrafts .........................
2,1 02
B an king house ................
20,000
F urniture and flx t u ie s ..
3,2 37
O ther real estate o w n ed .
7,583
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve banks ................
69,358
Cheeks on other banks
and cash ite m s ...
6,350
G old coin ...........................
5,2 22
1,5 93
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
10,489
N ickels and c e n ts ...
105
T ota l

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

01
65
00
56
57
07
03
50
50

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x es p a i d ......................
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to check ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
Savings d e p o s i t s .............
B ills p ay able ......................

$50,000 00
30,000 00
27,756 08
203,473 61
238,769 19
150,899 51
25,380 00

00
50

$726,278 39

T ota l

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

$726,278 39

Edmund—Farmers Savings Bank.
W . C. S K IL L IC O R N . P resident.
G IL B E R T A . B A K E R , V ice P resident.
W . C. Skillicorn,
G ilbert A. B aker,
H. A. W atkin s,

D. A. P E T E R S O N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
B en R hinerson,
A . L arson.

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved re serve b a n k s ....................
G old c o i n .............................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and na tion al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$32,851 29
181 44
7,300 00
2,416 90
1,100 99
26,358 47
482 50
361 05

L ia b ilit ie s .
C apital stock paid in . . . .
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a i d ......................
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................

$10,000 00
330 92
25,077 61
37,428 90

1,716 00
68 79
$72,837 43

T ota l

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$72,837 43

REPORTS

OF STATE BANKS.

121

Eland—Eland State Bank.
A.
C.

J. P L O W M A N , P resident.
G R A B B A R T , V ice President.
A.
J. P low m an,
A d am R ettig,
C.
G rabbart,

M. K. L A M O N T , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M ary A. Thom pson,
W m . L eiskaw .

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 21, 1908.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an king hodse .................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Other real estate o w n e d .
Due from approved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ............................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national curren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
B ills in tr a n s it..................
Insurance ...........................
E xpen se ..............................
T ota l

307
255
1,204

L ia b ilit ie s .
Capital stock paid in . . . .
Ind ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
00 T im e certificates o f de00
posit ...............................
00 Savings deposits ..............
33 Certified c h e c k s ................
C ashier’ s
checks
ou tstanding .........................
16
N otes and bills rediscounted ...........................
63
00
45

3,605
141
5
97
598

00
83
00
59
63

$40,241 80
7 95
1,825
4,,0s0
2,000
11,693
1,309

$67,342 37

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

T ota l

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

$15,000 00
16,863 18
27,325 68
5,667 09
235 20
1,251 22
1,000 00

$67,342 37

Elcho—State Bank of Elcho.
CH AS. W , F IS H , P resident.
W . D. B U R T O N , V ice President.

GEO. H. B A U E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Chas. B eard,
L. W . F ilyes,
O. C. Fish.

Chas. W . Fish,
W . D. B urton,
John F. Singer,
Julius F ollstad,

E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L 7, 1913.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S.. state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m ap p roved re serve banks ..................
Due fro m other b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
Silvpr poin
U. S. and national currencv ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........

t ca n s

T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$48,179 89
317 78
1,920 00
2,300 00
1,150 00
1,709 54
3,465 63
91 75
80 00
419 75

L ia b ilit ie s .
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses 'and
taxes paid ....................
Individu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f deposit ...............................
C ash ier’s
ch eck s
outstanding ........................
N otes and bills redispounted .
....................
B ills p ay able ....................

$10,000 00
1,750 00
1,383 86
29,119 26
12,414 80
352 65
3,075 00
2,500 00

940 00
21 23
$60,595 57

T otal

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

$60,595 57

122

REPORT

OF TH E

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

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 P resident.
A . J. P low m an,
E. J. B enson,
S. B. Olson,

R. M. T H O M P SO N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P eter Cherek,
H a rry H erm onson.

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 27, 1913.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erdrafts .........................
B an k in g hou se ................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve hanks ..................
D ue fro m other banks. . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
IT. S. and national c u r­
re n cy ..........
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T otal

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

$32,682 66
25660
1,8 4 8 81
1,576 80
65559
879 97
792 29
15 00
497 25

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
U ndivided profits
less
current expenses and
taxes p a i d ......................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to check ............. .
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
Savings deposits .............
N otes and bills red is­
coun ted ..........................

$10,000 00
368 55
15,071 46
14,196 43
1 ,2 92 6 6
1,900 00

3,5 54 00
70 13
$42,829 10

T ota l

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

$42,829 10

Eldorado— Eldorado State Bank.
W . R. A N D E R S O N , President.
JA M E S R. H A T C H , V ice President.

A. J. H E N N IN G , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . R. A nderson,
Jam es R. H atch,
Chas. Behrus,

Jas. H. Nolan,
L. S. S ch w ertfeger.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 29, 1917.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m a p p roved reserve banks ..................
D ue fro m other, b a n k s . .
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national curren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

$22,628 41
2,500 00
910 81
5,999
4,252
15
375

25
73
00
00

2,468 00
74 41
$39,223 61

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes paid ....................
Ind ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f deposit .................................
S avings d e p o s i t s .............

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
477 42
15,339 46
11,879 35
1,5 27 38

$39,223 61

R E PO R T S OP STATE BANKS.

123

Eleva—Bank of Eleva.
C. P. L A R S O N , President.
CH AS. B. M E L B T , V ice President.

.

C. P. L A R S O N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. P. L arson,
C. B. M elby,

E lm er Olson.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 1, 1901.
In corporated as a State B ank June 15, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m approved reserve banks ..................
Gold coin ...........................
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al curren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l

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

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profiits, less
current expenses and
5,000 00
3,090 76
tax es paid ....................
30
Individual
deposits, su b1,856
je c t to c h e c k ..................
29,012 40 T im e certificates o f de650 00
p o s i t .................................
1,859 00 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
C ashier’ s
checks
out2,593 00
standing .........................
170 46

$159,981 16
2,416 00

$206,629 08

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
3,500 00
1,959 20
66,048 37
93,852 26
24,344 06
6,925 19
$206,629 08

Elkhart iTake—Bank of Elkhart Lake.
GEO. W . W O L F F , P resident.
L O U IS L A U N , V ice President.

•

H E R M A N O S T H O F F , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Geo. W . W o lff,
L ou is Laun,
R o b e rt H orneck,

W m . G raf
O. A. L a B udde,
E. C. Pingel.

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 20, 1907.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v e r d r a f t s '........................
U. S.. state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties ....................................
B an k in g hou se ................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
Due fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
Gold c o i n .............................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ............
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
17,300 00
ta x es paid ....................
600 00 Ind ividu al deposits,, sub­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . . .
6,000 00
2,500 00 D em and certificates o fdeposit ............................
33,843 24 T im e certificates o f de­
posit .................................
1 ,0 45 00
2,776 75 S avings deposits .............

$172,758 31
5434

$25,000 00
3,750 00
4,798 14
84,986 13
21,459 74
86,247 81
17,559 66

6,383 00
540 84
$243,801 48

T ota l .......................

$243,801 48

124

REPORT

OF THE

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G .

Elkhorn—State Bank of Elkhorn.
E. J. H O O P E R , President.
R. J. L E A N , V ice President.
JO H N OSLOGK, 2nd V ic e President.

L. W . S W A N , Cashier.
GEO. H. K E N N E Y . A sst. Cashier.
M ILO R. COB B , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. J. H ooper,
John Oslock,
L. W . Swan,

r . j . L ean,
J. j . Slattery.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 8. 189 6.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g house ................
D ue fro m a p p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
E x ch a n ges fo r clearing
house ...............................
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T o ta l

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

$475,445 19
90343
100,437 50
5,000 00
54,914 37
263 85
3,0 82 50
1 ,7 59 90
4,273 00
189 46
$646,269 20

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
$25,000
Surplus fu n d ....................
25,000
U ndivided profits.
less
current expenses and
taxes p a i d ............
5,0 37
Due to banks— d eposits.
4,200
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k .......
282,601
T im e certificates o f d e­
192,021
posit .................................
S avings d e p o s i t s ...
82,409
Notes, and bills redis­
coun ted ...........................
30,000
T ota l

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

00
00
20
00
61
07
32
00

$646,269 20

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 P resident.

A. B. A usm an,
H a rold G regerson,

E. S. G R E G E R S O N , Cashier.
E. W . H A N S O N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H en ry Ausm an,
E. S. G regerson.

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 3, 1906.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d is c o u n t s .. . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m ap p roved re­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s..............
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al c u r­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
1 ,0 4 2 0 0
current expenses and
2,400 00
taxes paid .....................
2,3 99 00 Ind ividu al deposits su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
58,327 25 D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
1,0 00 00 T im e certificates o f de­
1 ,1 15 00
p osit .................................
1 ,1 22 40 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
C ertified c h e c k s ................
4,1 51 0Q C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
110 “ 0
stand ing .........................

$110,109 54
344 54

$182,121 13

T ota l

------■••••••

$10,000 00
1,8 00 00
2,488 44
71,235 77
4 ,4 91 48
54,503 95
34,071 09
6414
3,466 26
$182,121 13

125

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS.

Ellsworth—Bank of Ellsworth
J. L. M O O D Y , P resident.
J. E . F O L E Y , V ice P resident.

J. L. M oody,
Orin L ord,
J. E. F oley,
H. R. Huber,

O R IN L O R D , Cashier.
L. R. C A D W E L L , A sst. Cashier.
F.
E. O’ B R IE N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
.1. T. B eddall,
F red D. L ord,
L . R . Cadwell.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 15, 1888.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$536,552 71
O verdrafts ........................
767 31
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
38,575 00
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties ....................................
121 85
13,500 00
B an k in g house ...............
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
5,000 00
Other real estate ow n e d .
12,700 00
D ue fro m ap p roved re - .
serve banks ..................
89,970 66
Due fro m other b a n k s ..
19,898 47
C hecks on oth er banks
and cash ite m s .............
5,160 49
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
4,7 04 91
house ...............................
G old coin ...........................
2,075 00
S ilver coin .........................
1,570 10
U. S. an d nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
8,6 02 00
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
402 34
C ustom ers second liberty
bon d a c c o u n t ................
4,100 00
2nd liberty bon d accou n t
6,900 00
T ota l

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

$750,600 84

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es paid ....................
Due to banks— d e p o sits.
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit .............................
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit ...............................
S avings deposits ...........
C ertified c h e c k s ................
C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
standing ........................

T ota l

____, .............

$40,000 00
15,000 00
20,074 05
21,163 04
106,664 56
45 78
63,550 03
417,683 10
19 57
12,400 71

$750,600 84

Ellsworth— Citizens State Bank of Ellsworth.
T.
D.

J. M cC O L L O W , P resident.
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. M unger,
T. J. M cC ollow ,
Chas. M. H ansen,
F. A. Severance,
Chas. R iley.
C. J. C hristenson,
E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 24, 1909.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
B an king house ................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fr o m ap p roved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu rrency ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
Cash sh ort .........................

T otal

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$233,811
2,196
4,172
2,215
35,952
12,158
82
364
3,706
154
55

Liabilities.
31 C aital stock paid i n . . . .
74 Surplus fu nd ....................
less
69 U ndivided profits,
current expenses and
20
tax es paid ....................
by D ividen ds unpaid ...........
Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
73
50 D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
tib
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit . .............................
00
91 Savings d e p o s i t s ..............
ch eck s
ou t­
38 C ashier’s
standing .........................
B ills p ayable ....................
Other liabilities . . . . . . . .

$294,870 70

T otal

$15,000 00
3,000 00
3,238 64
76 00
88,182 14
91 60
53,919 05
117,561 75
2,300 14
10,000 00
1 ,5 01 38
$294,870 70

126

REPORT

O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G .

Elmwood—First State Bank.
O. W . GRO O T, P resident.
H U G H B E L L , V ice p resid en t.

F. A. S P R IN G E R , Cashier.
E. J. M cK E R N O N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. E. F ox ,
E.
R. B laisdell,
F.
G. H olt.

O. W . G root,
H u gh B ell,
J. H . G raslie,
P. A. S pringer,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 14, 190 4.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., ' state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue from ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
Due fr o m other b a n k s ..
C hecks on other banks
and cash item s. . . . . . .
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
re n cy ..........................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
C ash sh ort ....................... .
T o ta l

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

$221,000 58
1 ,1 21 16
23,550 00
4,200 00
3,500 00
105,587 51
16 ,154 81
187 77
5,1 27 50
890 55

L ia b ilit ie s .
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid ......................
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificaties o f d e­
posit ...............................
Savings d e p o s i t s .............
C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
stand ing ........................

$15,000 00
3,500 00
1 ,2 5 4 03
137,424 59
190,647 95
33,5~56 42
8,728 21

8,646 00
66 71
78 61
$390,111 20

T ota l

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

$390,111 20
• «r-rry/p

Elroy—State Bank of Elroy.
JO H N E. H A R T , P resident.
A. T. G R E G O R Y , V ice P resident.

G E O R G E J. C L A R K , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. T. G reg ory ,
J. T. D ithm ar,
John E. H art,
Chas. K ittleson ,

Geo. J. Clark,
F. B. Dix,
H . J. V ogel.

*

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1890.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k Ju ly 3, 1900.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ...........
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Other rea l estate o w n ed.
D ue fro m ap p roved re­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash it e m s .............
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and na tion al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T otal

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$287,780 34
2,9 22 03
32,400
7,500
2,148
5,040

00
00
00
00

62,033 31
102 14
4,035 00
638 85

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided
profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid ....................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit ............................... ,
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
C ash ier’ s
ch eck s
out
standing .........................

$25,000 00
5,000 00
96806
53,576 80
306,720 66
6,0 14 05
9, 445 97

2,097 00
28 87
$406,725 54

T otal

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

$406,725 54

REPORTS

OF STATE BANKS.

127

Elroy—The Citizens Bank.
L. S. M A R S H , Cashier.
A L M A E. G IF F O R D , Asst,. Cashier.

C. S. H U N T L E Y , President.
A. A . T E L F E R , V ice P resident.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. A. T elfer,
L. S. M arsh,

C. S. H untley,
John W ilco x ,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 11, 1895.
In corporated as a S tate B an k A u g u st 7, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
ai\d other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house and fix ­
tures ...............................
D ue fro m ap p roved re­
serve banks ...........
C hecks on oth er banks
and cash item s. . . . . . .
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy .............
N ickels and c e n t s . . . . . .
T o ta l

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

$341,991 85
59203
54,500 00
6,000 00
28,839 32
343 30
2,600 00
1,375 00

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid ....................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit ...............................
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................

$25,000 00
5,000 00
851 79
81,957 37
311,780 84
11,994 08
5 ,9 32 25

6,021 00
253 83
$442,516 33

T ota l

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

$442,516 33

Embarrass—Embarrass State Bank.
JO H N K R U B S A C K , P resident.
T. H. B U N T R O C K , V ice P resident.

W M . A N T O N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. F. Zarlin g,
Julius Utke,
C, E. Gibson.

John K ru b sack,
T. H. B un trock,
Chas. Gehrt,
F. S. Breed,

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 21, 1917.

' :gaw

Hi

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
an d other b o n d s ...........
B an king house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue from ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
an d cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and n ation al c u r­
ren cy .............................
N ickels an d c e n t s ...........
E xpen se .............................
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$30,934 30
349 05
300 00
3,9 24 76
2,0 24 76

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
Individual deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit ............................. .
Other li a b i l i t i e s ................

$15,000 00
1,500 00
19,319 28
20,878 30
10 00

16,190 51
10 90
125 00
395 75
1 ,8 61 00
62 84
528 71
$56,707 58

T o ta l

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

$56,707 58

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.

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 ic e ¿'resident.
W M . P. W H IT E , and Vice President.
*
P. B. D unbar,
A lex . F lem in g,
W m . F. W hite,

W . S. F L E M IN G , Cashier.
H EiN RY V. FLEMIJN G, A sst.
Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H en ry V . F lem ing,
W . S. F lem ing.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 19, 1912.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$62,318 31 C apital stock paid in. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
1 6 4 8 1 Surplus fu n d ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
800 00
current expenses and
B an k in g house ................
2,500 00
taxes p a i d ......................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,139 70 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
D ue fr o m ap p roved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve b a n k s ..................
16,563 45 T im e certificates o f de­
C hecks on other banks
p osit ...................v.............
67 93 Savings d e p o s i t s .............
and cash ite m s .............
G old co m ...........................
340 00 C ashier’ s
ch ecks
ou t­
S ilver coin .........................
1 ,0 55 15
stand ing .........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ......................
3 ,1 02 00
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
63 89
T ota l

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

$89,115 24

T o ta l

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

$10,000 00
1,600 00
685 17
45,456 53
28,982 46
1,6 37 88
753 20

$89,115 24

Endeavor—First State Bank of Endeavor.
C. V. S K IN N E R , P resident.
C. W . COON, V ice P resident.

H. G. C H U R C H IL L , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

C. V. Skinner,
J. M. Scholes,
E n och Skinner,
H. G. Churchill,
C. W . Coon,

W ill S. H um e,
J. C. Bennett,
F . H. Smith,
A lfre d R ussell.

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 7, 1906.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties ....................................
B an k in g hou se v. . . . . . . .
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k s ..
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickles and c e n t s ...........
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U nd ivided profits, less
5,000 00
current expenses and
taxes paid ....................
500 00 In d ividu al deposits, sub­
2,403 57
je c t to c h e c k ..................
1,9 90 88 T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
15,600 83 C ertified c h e c k s ...............
10,912 98

$102,752 13
100 92

$10,000 00
1,600 00
44968
48,963 01
81,305 76
30 00

616 03
162 50
31705
1,9 25 00
66 56
$142,348 45

T ota l

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

$142,348 45

R E P O R T S OF STATE BANKS.

129

Ettrick—Bank of Etfrick.
H. F. C L A U S S E N , P resident.
K.
A. K N U T S O N , V ice P resident.

H. F . C L A U S S E N , Cashier.
E U C IL E C L A U S S E N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. F. C laussen,
A, M. P ederson ,
K.
A. K n utson,
J. E. Cance,

L. K. U nderheim ,
A. J. Ekern,
A. P. Opdahl.

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 20, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m ap p roved reserve b a n k s ....................
Gold coin ...........................

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
5,750 00
3,750 00
taxes paid ....................
1,750 00 In d ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
17,933 56 T im e certificates o f de2,022 50
posit ...............................
598 80 Savings d e p o s i t s .............

$156,525 25
279 90

U. S. and nation al cu rrency ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T ota l

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

$15,000 00
2,500 00
3,782 24
61,793 13
61,921 82
45,304 59

1,634 00
57 77
$190,301 78

T ota l

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

$190,301 78

Evansville—Bank of Evansville.
GEO. L. P U L L E N , P resident.

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 .

J. S. P ullen,
Geo. L. Pullen,

P au l P ike Pullen.

E S T A B L IS H E D 1870.
In corporated as a State B an k Ja n u a ry 28, 1875.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s .........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Other real estate ow n ed.
Due fr o m ap p roved reserve banks ..................
Checks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and notional currency ...............................
Nickels and c e n t s ...............
Revenue stam p acco u n t.
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$377,777 17
45,810
10,000
5,000
2,391

00
00
00
85

52,087 86
4,904 43
1,500 00
1,418 70
9,160 00
290 42
500 00
$510,840 43

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid ....................
Individu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
C ertified checks .............
C ashier’ s
ch ecks
ou tstand ing .........................
N otes and bills rediscounted ...........................
T ota l

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

$25,000 00
5,000 00
4,338 45
167,555 96
180,954 85
85,298 27
189 63
2,503 27
40,000 00
$510,840 43

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o f

b a n k in g

.

Evansville—Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
H. O. M E Y E R S , P resident.
C. F. M IL L E R , V ice P resident.

R O B E R T D. H A R T L E Y , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

V. A. A xtell,
C. P. M iller,
H. O. M eyers,
E. Gabriel,

L. V an W art,
R o b e rt D. H artley,
J. C. Gilles.
E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 1, 1907.
P la te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .

Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
an d other b o n d s ...........
B an king house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on oth er banks
and cash ite m s..............
Gold co in ...........................
Siver c o i n ......... .................
U. S. an d na tion al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ick els and c e n t s ...........
T o ta l .......................

$271,426 29
1,0 33 72
39 ,801 92
5,500 00
2,000 00
64,387 92
9 60 46
3,020 00
1,9 76 55

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es paid ....................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit ............................
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
C ash ier’ s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................

$25,000 00
3,000 00
7,2 42 68
107,196 86
175,806 72
75,037 30
1,3 06 12

4,289 00
193 82
$394,589 68

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

$394,589 68

Evansville—The Grange Bank.
T. C. R IC H A R D S O N , P resident.
J. P. P O R T E R , V ice P resident.
T. C. R ichard son,
J. P. P orter,

L E O N A R D P. E A G E R , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
G ertrude E ager,
L eon ard P. E ager.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 14, 1897.
In co rp o ra te d as a State B an k Ju ly 11, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and D iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m a p p roved re serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
E x ch a n g e s fo r clearin g
hou se ...............................
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$130,187 23
2,353 71
34,152 00
3,000 00
33,947 63
14,058 16
929 71
517 50
400 00

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided
profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
ta x es p a i d ......................
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates of
i deposit ............................
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
P ostal s a v i n g s ..................

$15,000 00
5,000 00
4,009 26
77,405 54
109,932 56
10,812 45
1,314 24

3,968 00
60 11
$223,474 05

T ota l

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

$223,474 05

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS.

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Exeland—State Bank of Exeland.
W . A. B EACKBTJRN , P residen t.
A. A . V E N E S S , V ice P resident.

P. W . K A S L , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . A . B lackbu rn ,
A ugu st P ehrson,

P. W . K asl,
A . A Veness.

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 28, 1915.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and' other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fixtu res. .
Due fro m ap p roved reserve banks ..................
Due fro m other ba n k s. . .
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and national cu rrency ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T o ta l ......................

$48,563 80
304 89
3,200 00
1,450 00
1,668 81
1,301
29
25
188

35
44
00
80

1,443 00
43 18
$58,218 27

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits,
less
current expenses and
ta x es p a i d ......................
In d ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f deposit ..................................
Savings d e p o s i t s .............
C ash ier’s
checks
outstanding .........................
N otes and bills rediscoun ted ...........................
"Total ......................

$10,000 00
300 00
736 88
28,545 80
9,777 40
4,296 34
561 85
4,000 00
$58,218 27
■ m

Fairwater—Fairwater State Bank.
A. W . B O N E S T E E L , P resident.
D E R K . B R U IN S . V ice President.
E. O. T IN K H A M , 2nd V ice P resident.

A. W . B onesteel.
Derk. B ruins.
C. S. Griffith,
E. W . L oper,

R O Y E. S M ITH , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
,
R o y E. Smith,
C. O. Tinkham ,
W . R. A b ercrom bie.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 16, 190 3.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .......................
U. S.. state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s .. . . . .
B an k in g hou se ................
F urniture and fix tu r e s . .
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy .............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T otal


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$197,060 16 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
11,829 28 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
20,400 00
2,600 00
ta x es paid ....................
2,200 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to check ..................
23,200 14 T im e certificates o f d e­
00
655
posit .................................
1,800 05 B ills p a y a b le .....................

$25,000 00
7,000 00
10,068 34
51,266 36
154,236 38
15,000 00

2,576 00
250 45
$262,571 08

T ota l

$262,571 08

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OF TH E

C O M M IS S IO N E R

O F B A N K IN G .

Pall Creek—Merchants & Farmers State Bank.
G U S T A V E R O E S L E R , P resident.

G ustave R oesler,
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,
A. H. M iller,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 8, 1917.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$13,753 46 C apital stock paid i n . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
9 41 In d ividu al deposits, su b ­
U. S.. state, m unicipal
je c t to c h e c k ..................
and other b o n d s . . . . . .
4,403 04 T im e certificates o f de­
B an king house ................
3,750 00
posit ...............................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,833 34 S avings deposits .............
Due fro m a p p roved re ­
Certified c h e c k s ................
serve banks ..................
9,317 27 C ash ier’s
ch ecks
ou t­
Due fro m other b a n k s ..
1,1 31 43
stand ing .............
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
93 53
Gold coin ...................... .. .
45 00
Silver coin .........................
460 95
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ............. .................
3,513 00
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
33 41
E xpen se .............................
7618
......................

T o ta l

$38,420 02

T ota l

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

$15,000 00
11,813 62
11,145 00
26500
100 00
96 40

$38,420 02

Fall Creek—The State Bank.
K. R O S H O L T , P resident.
J. E. Z E T Z M A N . V ice P resident.

H E N R Y W IS E , Cashier.
C. W . V O E C H T IN G . A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
K. R osholt.
J. E. Zetzm an,
C. N. V oechting.
W m , H. F raw ley.

W m . N iebuhr,
P. S. Linderthaler,
F . C. L anua,
H e n ry W ise.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 27, 1903.

.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$276,419 72 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
O v erd rafts ..........
.5,178 76 U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
and other b o n d s ...........
5,400 00
1,7 8 1
ta x es p a i d .
B an k in g hou se ................
2,100 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,500 00
je c t to c h e c k
70,956
D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
T im e certificates o f d e­
serve banks ......... ._ ...
82,206 58
p osit ...............................
Due fro m other b a n k s ..
13 ,564 37 S avings deposits . . . . . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
429 66
Gold coin ...........................
662 50
S ilver coin .........................
757 25
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
7 ,7 34 00
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
89 89
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$396,042 73

T ota l

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

$15,000 00
40
60
297,541 59
10,763 14

$396,042 73

REPORTS

133

OF STATE BANKS.

Fall River—The First State Bank.
JO H N F O S T E R . Sr.. P resident.
G.
W . S T E P H E N S . V ic e President.

L. E. E V E R S O N , Cashier.
C H E S T E R D. H A U F , A sst. C ashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
John F oster. Sr..
G.
W . Stephens,
M aria B abcock .

Jam es D. B abcock.
S. C. Cham bers.
L. E. E verson.
i

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 8, 1904.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$166,696 41 C apital stock paid in . . . .
678 27 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
1,279 00
taxes paid ....................
3,023 15
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
38,247 93
D em and certificates of
deposit ............................
320 75
787 50 T im e certificates o f d e­
posit .................................
96100
Saving's d e p o s i t s .............
5,258 00
73 25

Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on oth er banks
and cash ite m s ..............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T otal

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

T otal

$217,325 26

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

$10,000 00
7,000 00
5,4 31 87
82,323 51
43 48
109,030 27
3,496 13

$217,325 26

Fennimore—State Bank of Fennimore.
D W IG H T T. P A R K E R , President.
W IL L IA M M A R S D E N , V ice P resident.

J. R. V IL L E M O N T E , Cashier.
W I L L M A U R E R , A sst. Cashier.
L. G. B R E C H L E R , A sst. Cashier.
A. E. K E L L E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
D w igh t T. P arker,
W ill M aurer.

L. G. B rech ler.

J• R- V illem onte.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 8, 1896.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . . $980,782 37 C apital stock paid in. . . .
....................
Surplus
fund
13,272 42
O v erdrafts . .......................
U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current
expenses
and
50,100 00
and other b o p d s ...........
ta x es p a i d ......................
15,000 00
B an k in g house ................
4,446 57 D ue to banks— d eposits.
F urniture and fix tu res. .
4,033 81 In d ividu al deposits, subOther real estate o w n e d .
je c t to c h e c k ..................
Due fr o m ap p roved re ­
190,833 54 T im e certificates o f deserve banks ....................
p o s i t .................................
C hecks on other banks
checks
out398 06 C ashier’ s
and cash ite m s .............
stand ing .........................
8,5 95 00
Gold coin ...........................
1 ,6 64 80 P osta l s a v i n g s ..................
Silver coin .........................
B ills payable ....................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
6,868 00
ren cy ...............................
175 10
N ickels and cents . ...........
150 00
R evenu e stam ps .............
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1 ,2 7 6 ,3 1 9 67

T ota l

$50,000 00
10,000 00
2,981 90
6,966 49
295,043 32
865,396 33
5,611 17
319 86
40,000 00

$ 1 ,2 7 6 ,3 1 9 67

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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 .

Fenwood—Fenwood State Bank.
A. H. C L A R K , President.
M. B. E M M E R IC H . V ice President.
A. H. Clark,
M. B. E m m erich.
A lbert N ahring,

T H O M A S L. B E M A N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E rnst H oltm an,
Chas. P arsch.

E S T A B L IS H E D

SEPTEM BER

5, 1916.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L oan s and d isco u n ts. . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S.. state, m unicipal
and other b on d s.............
B an k in g house . . .
F urniture and fix tu r e s . .’
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks .............
D ue fro m other b a n k s . ’
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s . . . . . . .
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. and national c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T otal

$19,177 50
284 18
450 00
2,500 00
1,4 32 53
2,152 65
863 34

L ia b ilitie s .

C apital stock paid in. . . .
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
ta x es paid ......................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit ...............................
S avings d e p o s i t s ........... !

$ 10,000

00

268 19
11,381 44
5,290 21
2,068 44

398 69
67 75
1,161 00
20 64
$29,008 28

T otal

$29,008 28

\

Ferryville—Ferryville State Bank.
M. B A R H A M . President.
J. H. S T E R L IN G . V ice President.

Ml Barham ,
lo h n 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 IS H E D J U L Y 26, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fixtures . .
Due fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
Due fro m other ba n k s. .
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin ......................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

$90,869 65
99 79
18,410 78
1,800 00
900 00
34,325 62
6,881 33
5 00
321 00

L ia b ilitie s .

Capital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes paid ....................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit .................................

$ 10,000 00

600 00
1 ,9 82 08
60,367 18
83,364 12

2,688 00
12 21
$156,313 38

T ota l

$156,313 38

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS.

135

Fifield—State Bank of Fifield.
E. E. P A T T E R S O N . President.
D.
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 .

A. S. W eist.
A. L. Cam pbell,
E.
E. P atterson,

D. H. Y oung,
T. C. Heuer.
H erm an L essard.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R e so u rc e s.

L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b on d s. , . . . .
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ................
E xpen se .............................
T ota l

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

$28,862 26
49 81
500 00
491 41
12,416 04
345 00
2 50
193 00

C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to check ................
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .............................
S avings deposits .............
C ash ier’ s
ch ecks
ou t­
standing ....................
Other li a b i lit ie s ................

$10,000 00
23,710 49
8,260 05
1,240 57
37 10
2,012 12

710 00
87 61
1 ,6 02 70
T ota l

$45,260 33

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

$45,260 33

Florence—State Bank of Florence.
E. E. W IL C O X , P resident.
M A X S E L L S , V ice P resident.

JAS. 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 .
P eter M cG overn,
E. W . H opkins.

M ax Sells,
E. E. W ilco x ,

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
rency ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
E xpen se ..............................
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

/

$133,066 80
19,920 00
1,400 00
44,346 45

L ia b ilitie s .

C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
Ind ividu al deposits; su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit ..................................
P osta l s a v i n g s ..................

$15,000 00
5,000 00
81,355 24
113,455 91
63 20

426 68
260 00
1,100 00
14,049 00
124 64
197 78
$214,874 35

T otal

$214,874 35

136

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 .

Fond du Lac— Citizens State Bank.
F. J. W O L F F President.
A. J. P U L L E N , V ice P resident.
A. L. C A R S T E N S , V ice President.

JO H N P. K A L T , Cashier.
E. L . R IC H A R D S , A sst. Cashier.
F. W . G IL L E T T , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A.
T.
H.
F.
L.

J. Pullen
E. P ritch ard ,
A. M ichler,
J. W olff,
P. Hinn,

A. L. Carstens,
W . J. Gillett.
W . W . H ughes,
J. P. K alt,
A. J. K rem er.
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 20, i911.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
$376,916 78 C apital stock paid in . . . . $100,000 00
O verdrafts ........................
863 37 Surplus fu nd ....................
3,000 00
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
34,533 02
current expenses and
B a n k in g -h o u s e ..................
25,000 00
ta x es p a i d .............
9,220
96
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
7,5 01 95 Due to banks— d eposits.
15,829 35
Other real estate o w n ed .
1,2 8 1 96 Individu al deposits, su b­
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ....................
132,056 75
serve banks ..................
28,449 45 T im e certificates o f d e­
Checks on other banks
posit .................................
52,201 09
and cash ite m s . . . . . . . .
3,176 31 S avings deposits .............
173,890 35
’ 405 00 C ertified c h e c k s ................
Gold coin ...........................
2500
Silver coin .........................
1,626 85
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
6,379 00
N ickels and c e n t s .............
89 81
......................

T ota l

$486,223 50

T ota l

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

$486,223 50

Fond du Lac— Cole Saving's Bank.
A. E. C O T E President.
W. I. CO LE , V ic e President.

TH OS. C. R O S E N T H A L , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

W.
H.
P.
P.

E.
F.
J.
H.

Gray,
W etter,
L add,
M artin,

S. E. Gavin,
W m . I. Cole,
A. E. Cole.

E S T A B L IS H E D 1881.
In corp orated as a State B an k D ecem ber 12, 1891.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . . $396,978 07 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O verdrafts ........................
1,8 92 91 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S.. state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
117,886 63
current expenses and
F urniture and fix tu res. .
3,487 76
tax es p a i d ........... ..
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
D ividen ds unpaid ...........
serve banks ..................
19,075 36 Individu al deposits, subC hecks on other banks
> je c t to c h eck . . ..............
and cash ite m s .............
6,672 12 D em a n d certificates o f
Gold c o i n .........................
4,245 00
d e p o s i t .............................
S ilver coin .........................
3,111 35 T im e certificates o f d e­
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
posit ..................................
ren cy ...............................
13,639 00 S avings deposits .............
N ickels and c e n ts .............
473 98
R evenu e stam ps .............
80 00
T ptal

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$567,542 18

T ota l

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

$50,000 00
9,076 97
4,1 34 30
15 00
163,931 43
100
41,835 90
219,847 58

$567,542 18

137

k E P O R T S ÒF STATE BAN KS.

Footville—The Footville State Bank.
S. W . L A C E Y , P resident.
W . O. H O W E L L , V ice P resident.
S. W . L acey ,
W . O. H ow ell,
W . C. M iller,
Chas. W hitm an ,

A . C. G A A R D E R . Cashier.
J
•ti
J __

D IR E C T O R S .
M. E hrlinger.
P. R. L ow ry.
A. C. Gaarder.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 3, 1910.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$122,107 95 C apital stock paid in. . . .
767 06 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits,
less
current expenses and
4,150 00
ta x es p a i d .
3,649
3,000 00
2,960 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
63,253
je c t to c h e c k
37,924 77 D em and certificates of
d e p o s i t .......
42,541
223 08 S avings deposits . . : . . . .
367 50
369 45

T otal

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

$20,000 00
1,000 00
84
44

.

Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other i>oncls...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due fro m approved r e ­
serve b a n k s . . ................
Checks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
Q. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts. . . . . . .

90
44,649 87

3,1 31 00
94 24
$175,095 05

T otal

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

$175,095 05

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Forest Junction—Forest Junction State Bank.
JO H N S E Y B O L D . P resident.
G. H. S C H M IT T , V ice P resident.

W . C. A L T E N , Cashier.
JO H N F. OTTO, A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W illia m F ilyer,
John B rooks,
M aurice Meehan.

John S tyb old,
G. H. Schm itt,
W . C. Alten.
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 te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$100,300 15 Capital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus
fu
n
d
....................
18264
U ndivided profits, less
current
expenses
and
16,725 30
taxes p a i d ......................
2,500 00
1,500 00 Individu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
37,346 48 D em and certificates o f
deposit ............................
478 30 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
810 00 C ertified checks .............
checks
ou t­
1,5 4 2 85 C ashier’ s
stand ing .........................
3,1 83 00 R eserved fo r ta x e s , and
interest ...........................
80 37
O ther liabilities ..............
19 00

Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
Due fro m approved re ­
serve banks ...........
C hecks on other banks
an d cash ite m s .............
G old c o i n .............................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
In su ran ce prem ium a c ­
coun t ...............................
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$164,748 09

T ota l

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

$15,000 00
5,000 00
3,413 57
64,246 45
71,773 26
5,175 75
23 55
5000
1736
48 15
$164,748 09

138

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F R A N K IN G .

Forestville—State Bank of ForestviUe.
H.
J. T E S K E , P resident.
J. D O N O V A N , V ice P resident.

W . H. B A S T A R , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. R. Guth,
Sam uel P erry,
Geo. Schm itz.

H.
J. Teske,
J. D on ovan.
E. M. E. M ueller,
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 te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L iabilities.
L oan s and d is co u n ts . . . .
$329,682 09 C apital stock p aid in . . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
294 95 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits,
less
and other b o n d s ...........
2,500 00
cu rren t expenses and
B an king house ................
3,000 00
taxes paid ....................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
1,625 00 Ind ividu al deposits, subD ue fro m ap p roved reje c t to c h e c k ................
serve banks ..................
17,791 15 T im e certificates o f deChecks on other banks
posit ...............................
and cash ite m s .............
58 00 Savings deposits ...........
Gold coin ...........................
4,775 00
Silver coin .........................
576 00
U. S. and national cu rren cy .............................
7,395 00
N ickles and c e n t s ...........
93 48
T o ta l

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

$367,791 27

T ota l

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

$25,000 00
5,000 00
2,212 58
71,954 78
235,027 07
28,596 84

$367,791 27

Ft. Atkinson— Citizens State Bank.
R D. C H A S E , P resident.
T.
B. R O Y C E , V ice P resident.

R.
D. Chase,
J. A. C asw ell,

C. A. C A S W E L B , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. A . C aswell,
T. B. R oy ce.

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 1, 1884.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
Liabilities.
L oans and d is c o u n t s ...
$201,015 55 C apital stock paid i n . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
40 5 82 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S., state, ‘m unicipal
U nd ivided profits,
less
an d other b o n d s .. . . . .
23,530 00
cu rren t expenses and
B an king house ................
2,500 00
taxes p a i d ......................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,500 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
Due fro m approved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve banks ..................
22,524 52 D em and certificates o f
C hecks on other banks
d e p o s i t .............................
and cash ite m s .............
1,456 53 S avin gs deposits ...........
G old coin ...........................
6000
S ilver coin ........................
1,698 00
U. S. and nation al c u r­
6,266 00
ren cy ...............................
N ickels an d c e n t s ...........
96 44
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$261,052 86

T ota l

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

$25,000 00
5,000 00
12,308 51
116,818 34
89,324 37
12,601 64

$261,052 86

ìtE P O R T S O F S T A T E B A N K S .

139

Ft. Atkinson—Ft. Atkinson Saving's Bank.
C. J. W A R D , P resident.
G.
W . K IN D L IN ', V ice P resident.

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.
C.
O.
G.

J. P. G allow ay,
Mrs. O. W . Donkle,
G. W . K indlin,
W . J. K yle.

W . W ilco x ,
J. W ard,
W . Donkle,
E. W ard,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 27, 1910.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
Doans and d is c o u n t s ...
$264,557 98 C apital stock paid i n . . .
O v erd rafts ......................
8 7 4 7 7 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
and other b o n d s .........
54,321 52
ta x es paid ....................
B an king house ................
7,500 00
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
3,100 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k . . . ...........
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ................
34,304 72 D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
D ue fro m other baru ts..
7,000 00
S avings deposits ...........
E x ch a n g e s fo r clearin g
house .............................
1,2 14 34 C ertified checks .............
G old coin ...........................
5,980 00
Silver coin .........................
1 ,1 31 85
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy .............................
6,078 00
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
195 44
T ota l

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

$386,258 62

T ota l

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

$40,000 00
3,600 00
3,539 73
111,462 83
73,510 78
153,860 78
28450

$386,258 62

Foster—State Bank of Foster.
(P . O. Osseo.)
GEO. B. M cL E L L A N ,
J. W . P E H L K E , V ice President.
Geo. B. M cLellan,
J. W . Pehlke,
F ra nk R. M ichels,
T. H. Fethke,

E. E. R O N G L IN , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H en ry Putz,
E. E. R onglin,
R. A. Jones.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 3, 1915.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
$83,124 38 C apital stock paid i n . . .
L oans and discou n ts. . . .
448 27 Surplus fu n d ....................
O verdrafts .........................
U ndivided profits,
less
U. S., state, m unicipal
cu rren t expenses and
250 00
and other b o n d s ...........
2,400 00
ta x e s paid ....................
B an k in g house ................
1,468 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
12,635 44 T im e certificates o f de­
serve banks . . ..............
00
posit ............. .................
25
Gold coin ...........................
667 75 Savings d e p o s i t s .............
Silver coin ........................
C
ashier’
s
checks
ou t­
U. S. an d nation al c u r­
2,062 00
standing ................'. . . .
ren cy .................. .............
38 75
N ickels and cen ts. . . . . .
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$103,119 59

T ota l

$ 10,000 00

1,000 00
1,023 72
15,528 06
72,719 69
1,413 09
1,4 35 03
$103,119 59

140

REFORT

O F B A N K IN G .

OB1 T H E C O M M I S S I O N E R

Fountain City—First State Bank.
F. J. B O H R I, President.
C. A. K IR C H N E R , V ice President.

H. B. B O H R I, Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .

F. J. B ohri,
C. A. K irch ner,
H. R oettiger,

M. L. F ugina,
H. E. Bohri.

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 11. 1906.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2'0, 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . . $358,575 17 Capital stock paid in. .
O verdrafts .........................
136 19 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits,
less
and oth er b o n d s ...........
51,068 20
current expenses and
F tirniture and fix tu r e s . .
2,101 25
tax es paid ....................
D ue fr o m ap p roved re­
Individu al deposits, su b­
serve banks .............
je c t to c h e c k ..................
138,009 80
C hecks on other banks
T im e certificates o f d e­
and cash ite m s...........
posit ...............................
678
19
Gold coin ................
305 00 R eserved fo r taxes and
Silver coin .............
729 80
interest
...........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy .............................
5,729 00
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
89 67
T ota l
$557,422 27
T ota l .......................

$20,000 00
6,500 00
1,6 07 94
123,241 38
404,072 95
2,000 00

$557,422 27

Fox Lake—State Bank of Fox Lake.
£
E G G L E S TO N , President.
H. C L A U SE N , V ice P resident.
C. H. E ggleston,
H. Clausen,
H.
A. Graham ,
R. O. W illiam s,

D. C. C H U R C H , Cashier.
G. T. R O B E R T S , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. M. R odger,
H. D ickson,
D. C. Church.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 2, 1891.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and discounts
$472,502 99 C apital stock paid i n . . .
O verdrafts ........................
121 44 iSurplus fu nd ..................
U- S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and oth er b o n d s ...........
30,653 75
current ex pen ses and
B an kin g house .
6 , 0 0 0 00
tax es p a i d ......................
F urniture and fix tu r e s . .’
2,500 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
D ue fro m approved re­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve banks ..................
57,392 83 D em and certificates o f
D ue fro m other banks! '.
10 00
deposit ...........................
Checks on other banks
T im e certificates o f de­
and cash ite m s ...........
365 19
p osit .................................
G old coin ....................
8,325 00 Savings deposits .............
S ilver coin ...........
3,6 44 65
U. S. and national c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
8,228 00
N ickels and c e n ts . . . . . .
248 47
S econd L ib e rty L o a n . . .
15,985 00
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

$605,977 32

T ota l

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

$40,000 00
25,000 00
16 ,382 85
115,708 95
1,280 95
272,459 59
135,144 98

$605,977 32

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS.

141

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 IE T , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. J. H essel,
Chas. K ornely,
W . H. Spencer,
Jam es Zahorick .

John E wen,
Jas. J. G ruber,
Geo. De B rou x ,
Jas. K oeh ly,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 24, 1917.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve banks ..................
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu rre n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T otal

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

$73,683
256
3,750
1,700
10,226
270
636
4,987
74

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . .
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid ....................
Individu al deposits, sub80
je c t to c h e c k ..................
00 T im e certificates o f deposit ...............................
05
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
00
87

87
01
00
60

$95,585 9(

Total

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

$15,000 00
695 77
24,744 80
52 644 75
2,499 88

$95,585 20
1

Frederic—Farmers State Bank.
CH AS. H. O A K E Y , P residen t.
W . W . S E E R Y , V ic e P resident.

C. W . V . P E T E R S O N . Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Chas. H. O akey,
John M. A nderson,
John M atushak.

W . W . Seery,
John E. Skaife,
C. M. Carlson,
C. W . V. P eterson ,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fr o m approved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al curren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
R evenu e stam ps .............
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$63,443 24 C apital stock paid i n . . .
370 26 U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a i d ......................
1,100 00
4,500 00 D ue to banks— d eposits.
Individu
al deposits, sub3,523 08
je c t to c h e c k ..................
3,314 00 T im e certificates o f dep osit ...............................
161 56 Savings deposits .............
checks
out145 00 C ashier’ s
stand ing ........................
568 50

$15,000 00
4,437 46
526 99
23,270 12
25,454 34
6,963 86
3,178 43

1,665 00
15 56
25 00
$78,831 20

T ota l

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

$78,831 20

142

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 .

Fredonia—State Bank of Fredonia.
D. M. R O S E N H E IM B R , President.
E. P. N E U E N S , V ice P resident.

H. W . W IT T , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
D. M. R osenheim er,
E. P. N euens.
Nie. J. Paulus,

1

E.
E.

W . Jaehnig,
A. W itt.

;J

0

1

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 2, 1910.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$194,981 61 C apital stock paid i n . . .
O verdrafts .........................
205 55. Surplus fu nd ..................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits
less
and other b o n d s ...........
15,950 00
current expenses and
S tocks and other secu ri­
tax es p a i d ......................
ties ....................................
1,100 00 Individu al deposits, sub­
B an k in g house ................
2,800 00
je c t to chfeck..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,000 00 T im e certificates o f d e­
D ue fro m approved re ­
p osit ..................................
serve banks ..................
29,345 87 S avings deposits ...........
C hecks on other banks
C ertified ch ecks .............
33 6 00 C ash ier’s
and cash it e m s .............
checks'
ou t­
Gold coin ...........................
3,6 17 50
standing .........................
Silver coin
......................
508 40
U. S. and nation al cu r­
3,5 95 00
ren cy ................................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
157 08
T o ta l

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

$254,597 01

T ota l

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

$15,000 00
3,000 00
5,826 93
85,816 57
102,043 18
42,485 73
64 75
35985

$254,597 01

Freedom—Freedom State Bank.
(P. O. K au kau n a)
C. D E JO N G President.
JO H N S C H O M M E R , V ice President.

C. F. G A L L A G H E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E- E e Jong,
J. W . A ppleton,

John Schom m er,
C. J. M cG eehan.

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 19, 1917.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$61,753 44 C apital stock paid in. . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
10 13 U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
and other b o n d s ...........
5,4 14 98
ta x es paid ....................
P rem ium on b o n d s ...........
14 32 In d ividu al deposits, su b ­
B an k in g house ................
2,545 08
je c t to c h e c k ..................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
1 ,2 12 33 T im e certificates o f d e­
D ue fro m approved re ­
posit .................................
serve banks ..................
10 ,784 77 .S avings d e p o s i t s .............
Gold coin ...........................
1 5 0 0 Certified c h e c k s ................
Silver coin ........................
78800
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
3,2 88 00
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
70 82
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

; , , . ................

$85,896 87

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
1,5 13 68
18,332 40
53,487 43
1 ,4 81 78
1,0 8 1 58

$85,89 6 87

R E PO RTS OF STATE BAN KS.

143

Fremont—Fremont State Bank.
T H E O . H. JO H N SO N , P resident.
W M . S H E R B U R N E , V ice President.

N. H. JO H N SO N , Cashier.
S IN A A. JO H N SO N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
I.
E. B auer,
S. A. Johnson,
W m . Sherburne,

Theo. H. Johnson,
N. H. Johnson.

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . . $179,794 95 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
B an k in g house ................
2,500 00 (Surplus fu n d ....................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
2,500 00 U ndivided profits,
less
D ue from approved recurrent expenses and
serve banks ..................
16,299 83 , tax es p a i d ......................
C hecks on other banks
Ind ividu al deposits, su band cash ite m s ........... .
1,342 59
je c t to check ..................
G old coin ...........................
600 00 T im e certificates o f deSilver coin ........................
928 50
posit ...............................
U. S. and nation al cu rS avings d e p o s i t s .............
ren cy .................................
3,000 00 .Notes and bills redisN ickels and c e n ts ...........
72 93
counted ...........................
T ota l

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

$207,038 80

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
1,800 00
1,626 55
48,618 92
100,815 10
5,678 23
38,500 00
$207,038 80

Friendship—Friendship State Bank.
J. W . F U R V E S , President.
JO H N P. L E W IS , V ice President.

A. C. M OORS, Cashier.
H. P. M OORS, A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. C. M oors,
John P. L ew is,

j . w . P urves.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$105,397 56 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
260 86 Surplus fund ....................
U. Sv, state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits,
less
and oth er b o n d s ...........
17,200 00
current expenses and'
Stocks and other secu ri­
taxes paid ....................
ties ....................................
1,8 84 81 Individu al deposits, su b­
1,000 00
B a n k in g -h o u s e ..................
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D ue fro m a p p roved re­
T im e certificates o f d e­
serve banks ..................
31,224 53
posit .................................
C hecks on other banks
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
and cash ite m s.............
92 67 C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
Gold coin ...........................
927 50
stand ing .........................
Silver coin .........................
1,1 31 9 5
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
3,1 44 00
■N ickels and c e n ts .............
77 65
T otal

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$162,341 53

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
8,000 00
2,1 24 $1
52,909 68
70,185 47
22,279 83
1,841 74

$162,341 53

144

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 a m b r ia .)
E. W . B R A N D B L , P residen t.
E L I C U P E R Y , V ic e President.

W . J. B L O C H W IT Z , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H en ry Sauer,
P. T. Cupery,
E. W . B randel.

J. W . H utchin son,
R. F. Clark,
J. P. B urbach,
E li Cupery.

■ -r T

n

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L iabilities.
$ 6 5 ,&57 82 Capital stock paid in. . . .
578 27 Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits,
less
current expenses and
500 00
2,602 31
taxes paid .....................
1,711 30 Individu al deposits sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
9,184 12 T im e certificates o f de­
42 12
posit .................................
500 00
590 00

Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
Due fro m other b a n k s . .
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l

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

$10,000 00
750 00
2 ,2 57 S2
18 ,102 44
52,177 94

1,900 00
22 26
$33,288 20

T ota l

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

$83,288 20

fl
Galesville—Bank of Galesville.
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.

E . F. C L A R K , P resident.
S. C. F R E N C H , V ic e P resident.
B. W . D A V IS , V ice P resident.
E. F. Clark,
J. F. C ance,
L.
N. H am m er,
W . S. W ad leig h ,

D IR E C T O R S .
B. W . D avis
S. C. F rench,
F . A. K ellm an,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 30, 1883.
In co rp o ra te d as a State B an k June 4, 1885.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$549,265 31 C apital stock paid in . . . .
6,411 73 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
81,185 00
7,0 00 00
tax es p a i d ......................
1,043 68 D ividen ds unpaid ...........
In d ividu al deposits, Sub­
105,296 07
je c t to c h e c k ..................
5,3 81 17 T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit ............................... ..
241 47 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
2,800 00 C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
1,2 43 05
stand ing .........................

Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts . . . . v.............
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
Other real estate o w n ed.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve banks ..................
D ue fr o m other b a n k s. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy . .............................
N ick els and c e n t s .............
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

$50,000 00
10,000 00
16,343 40
379 CO
114,272 53
430,085 30
124,312 59
21,034 46

6,593 00
266 80
$766,727 28

T otal

$766,727 28

R E PO R TS OF STATE

BANKS.

145

Galesville—Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
G. O. G IL B E R T S O N , President.
JO H N D IC K , V ice P resident.

J. M.
S. D.
John
J. O.
A. J.

J. A. B E R G , Cashier;.
GEO. O. SA G E N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. C. W ason,
G. O. G ilbertson,
J. A. B erg
F. J. Stellpflug.

Benrud,
Grover,
Dick,
H ovre,
B aardseth,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 6. 190 8.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2.0, I!) 17.
Liabilities.
$239,864 37 C apital stock paid in. . . .
649 23 Surplus fund ....................
2,000 00 U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
67,717 58
tax es p a i d ......................
1,03 2 95
1,732 50 In d iv id u a l deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
82575
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit .................................
6,423 00
144 40 ¡Savings deposits .............
R eserved fo r taxes and
interest ...................

Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ........................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate ow n ed.
Due from other ba n k s. . .
Gold c o i n .............................
Silver, coin ........................
U. S. and national cu r­
rency ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........

T ota l

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

$320,389 78

T ota l

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

$15,000 00
6,000 00
2,330 71
70,49 4 76
165,817 10
58,197 21
2,550 00
$320,389 78

Gays Mills— Bank of Gays Mills.
H.
F.

W . S T U C K E Y , President.
J. L E W IS , V ice President.
H. W . Stuckey,
F. J. Lew is,
T im oth y M urphy,
G. T. A tw ood

O. A. S H E R W O O D , Cashier.
D. J. D A G N O N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
N. Jurgenson,
S. L. B row n,
W . H. Low e.

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 24, 1904.
S ta te m e n t N o ve m b e r 2 0 . 1 0 1 7 .
L ia b ilitie s .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$230,254 81 C apital stock paid in. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
203 55 Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits
less
U. S „ state, m unicipal
cu rren t expenses and
and other b o n d s .........
6,000 00
ta x es paid ....................
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties ....................................
110 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
B an kin g house ................
1,8 35 00
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,787 00 T im e certificates o f d e­
posit ...........................
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
17,846 77
D ue from other b a n k s ..
1,595 21
C hecks on other banks
and cash item s ...........
901 39
G old coin ...........................
45 00
Silver coin .............
1,274 25
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
5,243 00
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
146 62
T ota l

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$267,242 60

T ota l

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$20,000 00
5,000 00
756 46
79,656 93
161,§29 21

$267,242 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 .

Genesee Depot—State Bank of Genesee Depot.
T.
D A V ID E D W A R D S , President.
C H A S. R . JON ES, V ice President.
F. W . Schwinn,
C. R. Jones,
A rth u r R ich ard s,
L eon ard F. H ientz,

A R T H U R R IC H A R D S , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H ow a rd Greene,
T. D avid E dw ards,
John Sherman.

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 16, 1910.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
$83,750 74 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O verdrafts ........................
486 13 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
73,200 00
current expenses and
B an kin g house ................
2,7 71 99
taxes p a i d ......................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,200 63 D ividen ds unpaid ...........
Other real estate ow n ed .
1,500 00 Individu al deposits su b­
Due fro m ap p roved re­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve banks ..........
15 ,824 63 T im e certificates o f d e­
C hecks on other banks
p osit ...............................
and cash ite m s .............
382 43 .Savings d e p o s i t s .............
Gold coin ...........................
705 00 N otes and bills red is­
Silver coin .........................
26205
coun ted ...........................
U. S. and national cu r- ren cy ...............................
1,320 00
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
84 78
T otal

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

$182,488 38

T otal

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

$10,000 00
3,000 00
3,093 64
24 00
64,939 93
67,187 70
20,243 11
14,000 CO

$182,488 38

Genoa—Genoa State Bank.
A. T U L L O C H , President.
G. A. K A E P P L E R , V ice P resident.

G.
A. K aep p ler,
A. T ulloch,
C harles Ott,

H. A. T U L L O C H , Cashier.
E. L. C O L L IN S , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L ou is M onte, Sr.,
F red M orelli,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 18, 1909.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$147,894 86 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
1,3 88 35 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
17,000 00
current expenses and
B an k in g house ................
2,500 00
ta x es p a i d ......................
F urniture and fix tu r e s ..
1,0 70 00 Individu al deposits, su b ­
D ue fro m approved re ­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . .........
serve banks ..................
19,598 03 D em and certificates o f
C hecks on other banks
deposit . . . . * ................
and cash ite m s .............
46915
G old coin ..................
'I ,000 00
Silver coin .........................
61180
U. S. and nation al c u r­
re n cy ................................
2,246 00
N ickels and c e n t s .............
107 01
T otal

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$193,885 20

T otal

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$10,000 00
5,000 00
6,0 64 33
36,338 17
136,482 70

$193,885 20

R E PO R T S OF STATE

BANKS.

147

Genoa Junction— Citizens State Bank.
JA M E S G. A L L E N , President.
C. D. B L A N K , V ice President.

C. A. STON E. Cashier.
G R A C E G. ST O N E , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

Jam es G. Allen.
E. O. Kull,
R. H olm es,

C. D. B lank,
C. E. W illiam s.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 3, 1904.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
$116,605 43 C apital stock paid in. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
1 15 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits
less
and other b o n d s ...........
500 00
current expenses and
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
2,700 00
ta x es p a i d ......................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
1,900 00 Individu al deposits, su bOther real estate o w n e d .
4,800 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D ue fro m approved reD em and certificates o f
serve banks ..................
d e p o s i t .............................
40,223 33
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
534 51
Silver coin ........................
769 75
U- S. and national curren cy ...............................
2,441 o n
4 65
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T ota l

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

$170,479 82

Total

$12,000 00
13,000 00
12,544 87
68,600 94
64,334 01

$170,479 o ->

Gillett—The Citizens State Bank.
F. F. K O S K E , P resident.
AU G. Z IP P E L , V ice President.

H. A. K O S K E . Cashier.
A . W E N D O R F F , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
Gust B och er,
H.
A. K oske,
A n th on y Gom ber.

A ugu st Zippel
A. G. W endorff,
F. F. K oske,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 17, 1907.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$310,792 30 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
5,622 99 S urplus fu nd ..................
profits, less
6,250 00 U ndivided
current expenses and
2,000 00
taxes p a i d ........... ...........
600 00
Individu al deposits su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
45,274 98
249 29 D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t ..................
216 39 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
770 00 C ertified c h e c k s ................
390 05

Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
O ther real estate o w n ed.
D ue fro m approved reserve banks ..................
Due fro m other ba n k s. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T o ta l

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$35,000 00
10,000 00
6,4 22 30
84,046 48
219,886 35
21,083 41

6 66

4,012 00
267 20
$376,445 20

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$376,445 20

148

R E P O R T O P T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O P B A N K I N G .

Gilman.—State Bank of Gilman.
F R A N K S. G R U B B , P resident.
JO S E P H F L E IS C H M A N , V ice Pres.

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.

M. W iltg en ,
F rank Grubb,
Jos. F leischm an,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 22, 1914.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
$47,634 38 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
O verdrafts .........................
141 95 Surplus fund ....................
F urniture and fixtu res. .
842 00 U ndivided profits, less
Other real estate o w n e d .
1,112 62
current expenses and
E x ch an ges fo r clearing
ta x es paid ....................
house ...............................
39 25 Due to banks— d e p o sits.
G old coin ...........................
10 00 Individu al deposits, subSilver coin ........................
jeot. to oheok. . .
133 30
U. S. and nation al cu rT im e certificates o f derency .................................
1,107 00
p o s i t .................................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
67 06 Savings deposits .............
C ashier’ s
checks
outstand ing .........................
N otes and bills rediscoun ted
........................
T ota l

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

$51,087 56

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
500 00
1,305 76
1,296 60
15,769 20
1,810 42
6,997 57
577 54
12,830 47
$51,087 56

Gilmanton—Gilmanton State Bank.
P. J. H U T C H IS O N , President.
GEO. D. K R O M P E T E R . V ice Pres.

Geo. W . Smith,
W . H. Gum bert,
Chas. L oom is,
W . G. G ooderm ote,

GEO. W . SM ITH , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P. J. H utchison.
L u d w ig Schultz,
Geo. L. K rom peter,
H en ry H aunschied.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 14. 1910.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
$50,146 45 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O verdrafts ........................
106 80 Surplus fund ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
500 00
current expenses and
B an kin g house ...............
2,500 00
taxes paid ......................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
2,220 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve banks ................
11,387 22 T im e certificates o f d e­
Gold coin ...........................
2,2 02 50
p osit ...............................
Silver coin .........................
488 85 S avings deposits .............
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
3,841 00
N ickels and c e n t s .............
104 23
T ota l

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$73,497 05

T ota l

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$10,000 00
2,000 00
293 62
29,240 67
31,075 94
88682

$73,497 05

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS.

14Ò

Glenbeulah—The Glenbeulah State Bank.
JO H N H A N S E N , President.
A. W . S T A N N A R D , V ice President.

R. B. M E L V IN , Cashier.
H E L E N C. M E L V IN , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R. B. M elvin,
A. W . Stannard,
F red Gilm ah,

Geo. B. M etzger,
J. Hansen.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 8. 1913.
S ta tem en t N o ve m b e r 2 0 ,
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an king house ...............
F urniture and fix tu r e s ..
Due from approved reserve banks ..................
D ue from other ba n k s. . .
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin
U. S. and national curren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T ota l

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

$98,281 55
82 07
8,750 00
4,500 00
3,000 00
14,640
600
40
358

20
00
00
60

1,798 00
34 73
$132,085 15

1917.
Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund ...........
U ndivided
profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p a i d .............
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k .........
D em and certificates o f
deposit ..................
T im e certificates o f deposit ......................
S avings deposits . . .
outC ashier’ s
checks
standing ................
B ills p a y a b l e ...........
T ota l

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

$15,000 00
1,500 00
1,929 00
63,078
3,853 00
30,999 ob
10,697 84
27 20
5,000 00
$132,085 15

Glen Flora—State Bank of Glen Flora.
F R A N K I. H U G H E S, P resident.
H. C. JO H N SO N , V ice President.

E. R. B ollen,
F rank I. H ughes,
John E dm ing,
H. C. Johnson,

C. E. H O S K IN , Cashier.
E. L. A. B R U G E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
* J. A . M ichaelson,
Iv er M. B ergstrom ,
A ug. P eterson.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 10, 1915.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$41,399 03 C apital stock paid in . . . .
6 2 9 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
1,098 00
tax es paid ....................
1,0 67 03
In
d
ividu al deposits, su b ­
94 50
je c t to c h e c k ................
6,714 55 T im e certificates o f de­
posit .................................
872 25
280 45 Savings d e p o s i t s .............
C ash ier’ s
checks
ou t­
standing ...........
1,409 00
15 61

Resources,
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate ow n ed .
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k s ..
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T otal

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$52,956 71

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
100 00
831 74
26,475 49
4,969 29
10 ,508 09
72 10
$52,956 71

Í5 Ó

REPORT

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

Glen Haven—The Glen Haven Bank.
H. JO R D A N , P resident.
M. W . M E T C A L F , V ice President.

W.

W . H. Jordan,
A lbert K uenster,
L. H. Bennett,

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 .
M. W . M etcalf,
W m . H u tch croft.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 22, 1905.

Statement November 20 , 1917.
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an king house .................
F urniture and fix tu r e s ..
D ue fro m approved re­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s.............
Gold coin ........................ '
S ilver coin ............. . . . . .
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T otal

Liabilities.
$157,631 48 Capital stock paid in. . . .
300 71 Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits, less
11,201 03
cu rren t expenses and
2,000 00
tax es paid ......................
1,000 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
32,318 21 D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
528 12 T im e certificates o f d e­
680 00
p osit .................................
1,242 75

$ 10,000 00
5,000 00
1,980 90
49,738 33
5 ,8 27 64
135,818 69

1,211 00
252 24
$208,365 56

T otal

$208,365 56

m
Glenwood—First State Bank of Glenwood.
A. J. V A N D E R H ID E N , President.
P. A. B E E B E , V ice P resident.

M. F. B A K E R , Cashier.
H. L. P A Y N E , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. J. V an d er H iden,
P. A . Beebe,
M. F. Baker,

D. C. C oolidge,
A . C. H arrim an.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1896
In corporated as a State B ank Ju ly 20, 1903.

Statement November 2 0 . 1917.

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Liabilities.
$200,816 92 C apital stock paid in . . . .
1,843 55 /U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
5,050 00
taxes paid ......................
7,446 00 Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
86,287
je c t to c h e c k
24,318 80 T im e certificates o f de­
5,0 85 74
posit ...............................
S avings deposits . . . . . . . .
259 29 C ashier’s
checks
ou t­
2,465 00
stand ing ..........................
943 00
.

Resources.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k s ..
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ........... ..
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
L. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ..............
B i Is r e c e i v a b l e ................

$42,000 00
4829
33
81 ,574 98
24,799 48
17,728 20

3,475 00
122 15
612 83
$252,438 28

T ota l

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$252,438 28

Reports

of

state

b a n k s

.

151

Glidden—German American State BankW M . G. F O R D Y C B , P resident.
J. D. T W O M E Y , V ice P resident.
W m . G. F o rd y ce ,
P eter F esch bach ,
Geo. D errin ger,
L . M. A lexander,

W . E. JE H N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. D. T w om ey,
P h il Stoltz,
Geoi C. F oster.

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 15. 1900.
F orm erly Glidden S tate Bank.
In corporated as a State B an k A u gu st 24, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . . $111,485 59 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O verdrafts ........................
241 48 Surplus fund ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
11,515 00
current expenses and
B an kin g house ................
3,900 00
taxes p a i d ......................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
1,745 00 Due to banks— d eposits.
D ue fro m approved reIndividu al deposits, su bserve banks ..................
3,916 32
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D ue fro m other ba n k s. .
1,151 79 T im e certificates o f deC hecks on other banks
p o s i t .................................
664 31 Savings d e p o s i t s .............
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
280 00
247 50
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy ...............................
4,081 00
29 74
N ickels and c e n t s .............
Insurance prem ium s a d 473 12
v an ced .............................
T ota l

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

$139,730 85

T ota l

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

$12,500 00
250 00
3,051 50
5,000 00
34,729 90
36,090 04
48,109 41

$139,730 85

Grafton—Grafton State Bank.
W M . W E B E R . P resident.
L O U IS L. ZA U N , V ice P resident.
H y. H ennings,
W illia m H oven er,
L ou is L. Zaun,

R O B T . L. Z A U N , Cashier.
R O B E R T P. Z A U N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F. C. M intzlaff,
W m . W eber.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 17, 1907.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . . $155,529 28 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
52 66 Surplus fu n d ....................
O v erd rafts ........................
U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
19,580 00
and other b o n d s ...........
2,150 00
taxes p a i d ......................
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
1,000 00 Ind ividu al deposits, subF urniture and fix t u r e s ..
' je c t to c h e c k ..................
D ue fro m ap p roved re25,677 39 T im e certificates * f deserve banks ..................
00
1,130
p osit .................................
Gold coin ...........................
1,165 00 S avings d e p o s i t s ..............
U. S. and national cu r5,444 00
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
177 46
D ue fro m liberty bon d
3,599 00
bu yers .............................
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$215,504 79

T ota l

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$10,000 00
5,000 00
7,625 77
56,946 57
63,868 81
72,063 64

$215,504 79

152

Report

of

th e

c o m m is s io n e r

of

b a n k in g

.

Grand Marsh— Grand Marsh State Bank.
H. S. B U R D IC K , P resident.
L. P A T R IC K . V ice President.
H. S. B urdick,
A . S. Neff.
B. VV. Smith.

A. S. N E F F , Cashier.
C. K .. C O L B Y . A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
L. P atrick,
C. K. Colby.

E S T A B L IS H E D

FEBRUARY

1, 1915.

Statem ent, N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L ia b ilitie s .
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
.$7 2,458 40 C apital stock paid in. . . .
O verdrafts ...............
156 73 Surplus fund ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
7,115 00
current expenses and
B an king house .................
2,500 00
taxes paid ............. ... .
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,876 73 Individual deposits, su b ­
Due fro m approved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
4,639 11 T im e certificates o f d e­
serve banks ..................
G old coin ............................
20 00
posit .................................
Silver coin ........................
560 20 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
U. S. and national cu r­
C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
2,238 00
ren cy ...................
standing ........................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
66 05 R eserved fo r t a x e s .........
T otal

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

$91,630 22

T otal

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

$10,000 00
1,500 00
423 92
38,487 00
31,460 34
7,5 84 25
2,135 10
39 61
$91,630 22

Grand Rapids— Bank of Grand Rapids.
IS A A C P. W IT T E R , President.
GEO. W . M E A D , V ice President.

E. B. R E D F O R D , Cashier.
W . G. S C H R O E D E L , Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Isa a c P, W itter,
E. B. R e d fo id ,

Geo. W . Mead.

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 9. 1888.
In corporated as a State B ank A ugu st 13. 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esources.
L ia b ilitie s .
I can s and d iscou n ts. . . . $605,301 95 Capital stock paid in. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
4,364 04 Surplus fund ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
48,128 00
current expenses and
Stocks and other securitaxes paid ....................
ties ...................................
4,000 00 Individu al deposits, subO ther real estate o w n ed.
15,111 CT5
je c t to c h e c k ..................
Due fro m approved reT im e certificates o f deserve banks ..................
71,127 76
posit ...........
C hecks on other banks
Saving's d e p o s i t s .............
2
9
and cash ite m s .............
19,448
R eserved fo r taxes
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
14,996 20
Gold coin ...........................
5,290 00
Silver coin ........................
1,197 10
U. S. and national currency ...............................
7,369 00
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
135 44
T ow n orders ....................
22,046 94
U. S. certificates o f indebtedness ....................
25,000 00
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

$843,515 70

T ota l

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

$50,000 00
25,000 00
9,400 72
382,607 45
306 900 46
6 8 |433 85
1,173 99

$843,515 70

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS.

153

Granton— Farmers State Bank.
R O B T . K U R T H , P resident.
JO H N P. K IN T Z E L E , V ice P resident.

R obt. Kurth,
Jno. P. K intzele,
Geo. A. Ure,
W . S cott Davis,

W . SC OTT D A V IS , Cashier.
C. A. W IL K E , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Carl C. B erg
W m . Kurth,
A. J. K n orr.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 5, 190 4.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$210,031 40 C apital stock paid in. . . .
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
465 95 iSurplus fund ....................
O verdrafts ........................
U ndivided
profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
38,646 00
and other b o n d s ...........
taxes paid ....................
2,700 00
B an k in g house ...............
1,700 00 IDividends unpaid ...........
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Individu al deposits, sub­
D ue from approved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
22,799 33
serve banks ..................
1,805 97 T im e certificates o f d e­
Due from other ba n k s. .
posit .................................
C hecks on other banks
382 39 S avings deposits . . . . . . .
and cash ite m s.............
157 50
Gold coin ...........................
675 40
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national c u r­
2,357 00
ren cy ...............................
73 99
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
R e so u rc e s.

$281,794 93

Total

$10,000 00
2,000 00
2,440 51
220 00
106,079 23
147,995 38
13,059 81

$281,794 93

Total

Grantsburg—First Bank of Grantsburg.
A. P. N E L SO N , P resident.
SIM O N T H O R S O N , V ice P resident.
O L E A N D E R S O N , 2nd V ice President.

J. R. C A S S E L . Cashier.
B. A. W IC K S T R O M , A sst Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . A nderson,
A n d rew P etersoji.

Ole A nderson,
S. T horeson,
A. P. N elson,

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 7, 1896.
In corporated as a State B ank June 8, 1901,
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R e so u rc e s.

L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ........................
B an kin g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due fro m approved r e ­
serve banks ..................
Due fro m other b a n k s ..
Gold coin ............. - ..........
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy .............
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T otal


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$466,895
62
15,000
6,000
37,775
3,337
4,215
2,700
7,004
264

35 C apital stock paid in . . . .
40 Surplus fund ....................
00 U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
00
tax es p a i d ......................
60 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to check ..................
33
00 T im e certificates of d e­
p osit ...............................
00
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
ch ecks
ou t­
00 C ashier's
standing ........................ i
78

$543,254 46

T otal

$50,000 00
2,000 00
3,487 35
106,508 46
151,733 29
218,725 28
10,800 08
$543,254 46

154

REPORT

OF

THE

COMMISSIONER

OF

BANKING.

Gratiot— Gratiot State Bank.
H. W . B U R M E IS T E R , P re s id e n t.
I

H. W . B U R M E IS T E R , C ash ier.
H. L. L E A C H , A sst. C ash ier.
R A Y F. B U R M E IS T E R , A sst. C a sh ier

D IR E C T O R S .
H. W . B urm .eister,
J. A. W a n d .

W m . C o u g h lin .

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

19, 1902.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ..
$207,763 67 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
,56 37 S u rp lu s fu n d
O v e r d r a fts ......................
...............
U. S.. sta te, m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id ed p rofits, less
an d o t h e r b o n d s . . . .
34,000 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
B a n k in g h o u se ...........
3,500 00
ta x e s p a id .....................
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s
1,7 00 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k ................
s e r v e b a n k s ...............
53,421 00 D em an d c e r t ific a t e s o f
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
15,270 27
d e p o s it ...........................
2,692 50
G o ld c o in ........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
1,902 85
U. S. an d n a tio n a l, c u r ­
4,311 00
r e n c y .............................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s . . . . .
40 39
T -.ta l

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

$324,657 05

T o ta l

$10,000
00
7,0 00 00
2,9 18 06
125,991 99
178,747 00

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

$324,657 05

Green Bay—Bank of Green Bay,
P E T E R F. D O R S C H E L , P re s id e n t.
W . T. H A G E N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

P e te r F. D o r s c h e l,
W m . L. E v an s,
W a lt e r T. H a g e n ,
J o se p h F. M artin ,
J. H. M cG illa h ,

H. R . E R IC H S E N , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
V ic t o r I. M in ah an ,
J o se p h H. S e r v o tte ,
H e n r y H e r r ic k .
H. R . E r ich se n .

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 20, 1901.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$515,391 40 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
$75,000
O v e r d r a fts ......................
16 63 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
32,500
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
166,500 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
5,057 00
ta x e s p a id .....................
4,1 57
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
72,8^4 00
je c t to c h e c k ...
156,794
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
h o u s e .............................
6.279 98
p o s it ....................
208,792
G o ld c o in .........................
3,375 00 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ,..........
299,811
S ilv e r c o in . .....................
3,555 95 C e rtifie d c h e c k s ...........
1,7 35
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
R e s e r v e d f o r i n t e r e s t ..
4,0 00
r e n c y .............................
9,378 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........
352 65
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$782,790 61

Total ..........

00
00
43
11
36
56
15
00

$782,790 61

REPORTS

OF STATE BANKS.

155

Green Bay—The Farmers Exchange Bank.
.T. H. O S T E R L O H , P re s id e n t.
F R E D A. R A H R , V ic e P re s id e n t.
J. L. JOH N SON , 2nd V ic e P re s id e n t.

A. L. C A N N A R D , C ash ier.
J. S. H A S L E T T , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P h il A. H a e v e r s,
J. S. J oh n son ,
H. C le erm a n s.
J. V. M ick s ch .

F re d A. R a h r,
J. H. O ste rlo h .
S am u el H. C ady,
N. F e ld h a u s e n .
H e rm a n S m its,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 2, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
$444,522 82 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
L o a n s , an d d i s c o u n t s ..
S
u
rp
lu
s
fu
n
d
..................
667
O v e r d r a fts ......................
03
U n d iv id ed p ro fits, less
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
c
u
r
r
e
n
t
e
x
p
e
n se s and
5,949 10
an d o t h e r b o n d s . . . .
ta x e s p a id ....................
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e ­
1,223 16 Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
c u r itie s . . . ..................
je c t to c h e c k ................
9,000 00
B an king- h o u s e ..............
7,037 50 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
p o s it ...............................
31,807 69
O th er r e a l e sta te o w n e d
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ...........
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
52,424 82 C e rtifie d c h e c k s ...........
s e r v e b a n k s ................
7,492 44 C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
D u e fr o m o th e r h a n k s
s t a n d in g ......................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
10,543 67 B ills p a y a b le ..................
a n d ca sh ite m s . . . . . .
947 50
G o ld c o in .........................
1 ,098 15
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
6,706 00
r e n c y .......................
186 59
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
T o ta l

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

3,128 72
194,813 10
154,092 30
170,609 61
458 74
504 00
20,000 00

$579,606 47

T o ta l

$579,606 47

$30,000 00
6,000 00

Green Bay—The West Side State Bank.
A N T O N P L A T T E N . P re s id e n t.
W M . D R IS C O L L , V ic e P re s id e n t.

GEO. G IB B S , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A n to n P la tte n ,
W m . D r is c o ll,
J. P. H o g a n .
.T. E. S h a u g h n e ssy ,

F. ,T. B. D u oh a tea u ,
W ill J. P la tte n ,
E. A. N e u fe ld ,
G eo. G ibb s.

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$243,488 41 C ap ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
.
2 74 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
U. S-, sta te , m u n ic ip a l
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
53,723 95
ta x e s p a id ..................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
5,346 86
Individu
al deposits, su b­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k ................
s e r v e b a n k s ................
7,689 07
T
im
e
c
e
r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
D u e fr o m o th e r b a n k s .
145 80
p o s it ...........................
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
S
a
v
in
g
s
d e p o s i t s ............
an d ca sh it e m s ...........
1 00
C a sh ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t ­
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
s t a n d in g ........................
h o u s e .............................
1,580 70
2,8 60 00
H o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ..................... .
2,881 80
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
4,471 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
974 09
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$323,162 42

T o ta l

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

$50,000 00
10,000 00
8,566 34
80,027 92
67,472 11
104,621 55
2,474 50

$323,162

42

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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 .

Green Lake—Green Lake State Bank.
C. S. M O R R IS , P re s id e n t.
J. R. B R O O K S , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W . L. W A L K E R , C ash ier.
L. H. B U R L IN G , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L. D. P a tte r s o n ,
W m . Sm.ith,
W . S. Haig-h.

C. S. M o rris,
W . L. W a lk e r ,
J. R. B r o o k s ,
I. O. S h e r w o o d ,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y

28, 190 2.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$247,386 55 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
4,381 64 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p rofits, less
an d o t h e r b o n d s . . . . .
63,076 95
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
B anking- h o u s e .............
5,0 00 00
ta x e s p a id ...................
F u r n itu r e an d fix t u r e s .
2,1 50 00 D iv id e n d s u n p a id .........
u t h e r re a l e s ta te o w n e d
923 12 Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s u b je c t to c h e c k .........
s e r v e b a n k s ........... „ .
31,702 87 "'im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
G old c o in .........................
1,200 00
p o s it ...............................
..................
918 10 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ...........
s n v e r co in
u - »• and n a tio n a l c u r ren cy
......................
4,642 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........
145 62
L ib e r ty lo a n a d v a n c e s .
1,520 05
T °ta l

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

$363,046 90

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

$25,000 00
10,000 00
7,061 94
80 00
87,849 32
219,320 18
13,735 46

$363,046 90

Greenleaf—State Bank of Greenleaf.
T. E. C O N N E LL . P re s id e n t.
TH OS. F L A T L E Y , V ic e P re s id e n t.
M. J. R o a c h .
T. E. C on n ell,
J a co b R ri+ tn a ch er,
T h os. F la t le y ,
L e o P. F o x ,

J. B. F L A T L E Y . C ash ier.
A. G. Z IM M E R M A N , A sst. 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 t le y .
F r a n k R . F a le k . ,

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 4, 1913.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7
Kesou rces.
Liabilities.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$1 27,372-72 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
326 41 Surplus fu n d ..................
U. S.. sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
2,965 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
B a n k in g b o u s e .............
4,000 00
ta x e s p a id .....................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
2,400 00 In d iv idu al deposits, su b­
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k ................
s e r v e banks ................
11,272 68 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
D u e fr o m o t h e r b ^ n k s
1,073 73
p o s it ...............................
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
"H v in g s d e p o s i t s ...........
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
65 97
G old c o in .........................
510 00
S ilv e r c o in ......................
929 55
TJ. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
2,4 4 7 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
25 75
T ° t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$153,388 81

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

$15,000 00
1,000 00
2,5 27 81
46,511 14
73,741 43
14,608 43

$153,388 81

R E P O R T 'S O F S T A T E B A N K S .

157

Greenwood—Farmers and Merchants Bank.
C H. C L U TE , P resident.
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. J. Blecha,
F rank Zetsche,
H a rry H ew ett,
H en ry F. S tabnow ,

A R T H U R B U R K B R , Cashier,
R O Y R O S S M A N , Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R o y L. K ayh art,
A d olp h S chw arze,
J. H. H untzicker,
W m , V olbrath.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 11, 1912.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities,
$150,068 00 C apital stock paid in . . . .
777 39 Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
3,000 00
and other b o n d s ...........
tax es paid ....................
7,606 66
B an king h o u s e ..................
3,749 57 Ind ividu al deposits, su bF urniture and fixtu res. .
je c t to c h e c k ..................
1,447 15
O ther real estate ow n ed.
T im e certificates o f deD ue fro m ap p roved re14,547 35 * p osit ...............................
serve banks ..................
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
C hecks on other banks
542 35 N otes and bills redisand cash ite m s .............
counted ...........................
22 50
G old coin ...........................
769 80
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu r3,077 00
ren cy ...............................
80 33
N ickels and c e n t s .............

Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .

T ota l

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

$185,688 15

T ota l

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

$30,000 00
3,000 00
2,063 15
63,212 31
63,855 64
13,557 05
10,000 00

$185,688 15

Grenwood— Greenwood State Bank.
E R A S T U S B O W E N , President.
JO H N S H A N K S , V ice President.
E rastu s B ow en,
H. H. H artson,
E. F. W ollen berg,

E. F. W O L L E N B E R G , Cashier.
D A L E V A R N E Y , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . H untzicker,
John Shanks.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 19, 1891.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$215,057 71 C apital stock paid in. . . .
1,674 21 Surplus fu nd ....................
U n d ivided
profits, less
current expenses and
20,650 00
taxes paid ...........
7,500 00
6,000 00 Due to banks— d ep osits.
426 00 [Individual deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
27,017 42 D em and certificates o f
deposit ............................
2,566 07
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit .................................
2,189 55
27 5D Saving's d e p o s i t s .............
837 80

Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s .........
B an k in g house ................
F u rn itu re and fixtu res. .
Other real estate o w n ed.
D ue fro m approved reserve banks
.........
D ue from other ba n k s. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s.............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu rrency ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$25,000 00
5,000 00
2,197 97
17,3 20 00
116,050 06
2,745 70
112/400 34
12,336 96

9,039 00
6 5 77
? 2 9 3 ,051 03

T ota l

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

$293,051 03

158

REPORT

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

Gresham—State Bank.
R . E. K O P E L K B , P resident.
A. K U C K U K , V ic e P resident.

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,
A n d rew M ader.

H en ry H offm an,
R. K opelke,
A . K u cku k,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 21, 1908.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L ia b ilitie s .
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . . $105,730 12 C apital stock paid in . . . .
B an king house ................
3,385 00 Surplus fu nd ....................
F urniture and fix tu r e s . .
1,500 00 U ndivided profits,
less
D ue fr o m a p p roved recurrent expenses and
serve b a n k s ....................
34,693 78
taxes paid . ..................
C hecks on other banks
Individual deposits, suband cash ite m s .............
47 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
Gold coin ...........................
295 00 T im e certificates o f deSilver coin .........................
posit ........................
757 00
U. S. and nation al c u r - '
ren cy ...............................
4,404 00
102 10
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
Cash ad van ced on liberty
loan ..................................
819 00
T ota l

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

$151,733 00

T ota l

$15,000 00
12,000 00
3,497 56
35,026 19
86,209 25

$151,733 00

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

Hales Corners—State Bank of Hales Corners.
JA M E S G O D S E L L , President.

JO H N M E A D E , V ic e P residen t and
Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
M ary C. Godsell,
E llen M eade.

Jam es G odsell,
John M eade,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 21, 1910.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
l o a n s and d is c o u n t s .....
$201,362 07 C apital stock paid in. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
88 62 /Surplus fu n d ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and oth er b o n d s .........
64,275 92
current expenses and
B an k in g house ...............
6,250 00
tax es paid ....................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1 ,9 52 07 Individual deposits, su b­
D ue fro m approved re­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve banks ..................
42,046 10 T im e certificates o f d e­
C hecks on other banks
posit ...............
and cash ite m s .............
409 25 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
G old coin .............................
1,400 00 /Certified c h e c k s ...........
Silver coin .........................
, 331 50
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5,189 00
N ickels and c e n t s .............
76 69
T otal

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$323,381 22

T ota l

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

$20,000 00
8,000 00
5,9 27 28
61,316 17
134,623 94
92,936 10
577 73

$323,381 22

159

R E PO R TS OF STATE BANKS.

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 s id e n t,
A nd rew H ope,
H. L. A nderson,
C hristian H anson,

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 .
C. A. R om ingen,
P. C. A nderson.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 1, 1892.
In co rp o ra te d as a State B ank A u gu st 12, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other seem ities ...................................
B an kin g house ................
Other rea l estate ow ned.
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash item s. . . . . . .
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ..............
E xpen se ............. ..

$125,113 58 Capital stock paid in . . . .
1,083 54 Surplus fund ....................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
5,000 00
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
100 00
3,400 00
4,550 00

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
2,200 00
47,422 75
102,166 32

19,825 21
57 77
67 50
1,065 44
1,401 00
65 00
60 03
$161,789 07

T ota l

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

$161,789 07

Hancock—Bank of Hancock.
M.
M.

S. W A L K E R , President.
E. W A L K E R , V ice President.

A. A. G IB B S , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. A. Gibbs.

M. E. W alk er,
C. E. W alker,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1899.
In corporated as a State B an k June 9, 1903.

Statement November 20 , 1917.
L ia b ilitie s .

R e so u rc e s.

L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fr o m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ...........
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
rency ......... ......................
N ickels and Cents.............
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$102,159 60
14,000 00
2,000 00
1,200 00
26,580 79
1,6 85 00
508 55
8,3 22 00
77 42
$156,533 36

C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a i d ......................
Individu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t .............................
T im e certificates o f dei p o s i t .................................
Certified c h e c k s ................
T otal

$15,000 00

6,000 00
1,928 13

53,499 67
1,8 80 33
78,224 80
43
$156,533 36

160

REPORT

OF

THE

COMMISSIONER

OF

BANKING,

Hartford—First City Bank.
JO H N C. C O E R P E R , President.
JOHN P. D E N IS O N , V ice P resident.

JO H N C. D E N IS O N , Cashier.
JO H N P. D E N ISO N , A sst. Cashier.

DI R E C T O R S .
John P. Denison.

John C. Coerper,
John C. Denison,

E S T A B L IS H E D IN 1857.
Incorporated as a State B ank A ugu st 13, 1903S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts ........................
Due fro m approved reserve banks ..................
Checks on other banks
and cash ite m s.............
Kilvpr (*,oin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu rrency ...............................
N ick els and c e n t s .............

$35,057 62 C apital stock paid in . . . .
240 74 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
3,525 88
current expenses and
taxes p a i d ......................
1,934 33 Individu al deposits, su b51 45
je c t to c h e c k ..................
/D em and certificates o f
343 00
d e p o s i t .............................
10 39 N otes anjd bills rediscounted ...........................
CO

T otal

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

41

T ota l

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

$10,500 00
6,500 00
3,111 33
8,012 76
11,539 32
1,500 00
$41,163 41

Hartford—Hartford Exchange Bank.
A N D R E W H A U S E R , P re s id e n t.
T H E R E S A M cC O L L O W , V ic e P res.
E. A . M cC O L L O W , 2nd V ic e P res.

A. A. H A U S E R , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
T h e r e s a M cC o llo w ,
A n d r e w H a u se r,
A. A. H a u se r,

O. C. M cC o llo w ,
E. A. M cC o llo w .

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 9, 1890.
In corporated as a State B an k A u g u st 4, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o ve m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$324,532 88 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
927 71 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
J n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
U. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
83,280 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
3,495 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
Individu al deposits, sub­
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
33,496 47
je c t to c h e c k ................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
2,452 97
p o s it ...............................
1,690 00 S av in g 's d e p o s i t s ...........
G old co in ........................
S ilv e r c o in .......................
2,2 76 75 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 t ­
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
11,516 00
s ta n d in g ......................
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
389 45 B ills p a y a b le ..................
R e so u rc e s.

T o ta l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$464,057 23

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

$20,000 00
5,000 00
3,242 22
123,442 09
232,362 91
47,751 89
1,4 01 16
12,856 96
18,000 00
$464,057 23

REPORTS

OF

STATE

161

BANKS.

Hartland—Bank of Hartland.
H. W. G O O D W IN , P re s id e n t.
H. G. B. N IX O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

H. W . G o o d w in ,
H. G. B. N ix o n ,

W . G. SMITH., C a sh ier,

D IR E C T O R S .
W . G. S m ith.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 1, 1894.
In corporated as a State B ank June 4, 190 3.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . t i l l 7.
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

D oan s and d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B an king- h o u s e ..............
F u r n itu r e an d fix t u r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
se r v e b a n k s ..............
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........

$145,35 4 61 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
58 16 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id ed p rofits, less
133,904 13
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s and
5,9 00 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
1,144 50 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ...............
56,001 02 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
1,043 41 S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
1,040 00 C e rtifie d c h e c k s . . . . . .
2,486 10

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

$15,000 00
10,000 00
5,832 88
70,455 69
201,950 90
51,063 72
15]

6,972 00
400 77
$354,304 70

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

$354,304 70

Hatley—Hatley State Bank.
A. W I L T E R D IN G , P re s id e n t.
JO S E P H B A R B E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

JO H N K IN G , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . W ilt e r d in g ,
Jo se p h B a rb e r,
Joh n T. P ia tta ,
C has. A. B a r w ig ,

O. C. L em k e,
W illia m A lb r e c h t , Jr.,
O. E. K n o k e .

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 25, 1916.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2'0. 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
and o th e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ..............
F u r n itu r e an d fix t u r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ...............
D ue fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
G old c o in .........................
Silver* c o in ......................
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 .........
E x p e n s e .............................

$38,840 60
142 33

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

$60,167 28

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C a p ita l s t o c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
500 00
je c t to c h e c k ........... .. .
1,000 00 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
1,451 24
p o s it . ...........................
S a v in g s d e p o s its ...........
9,1 30 64 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
5 ,8 9 g 83
s t a n d in g ..........
15 00
22 30

$10,000 00
1,000 00
17,784 46
30,477 65
865 42
39 75

2,465 00
7 97
693 37
T o ta l ......................

$60,167 28

162

REPORT

OF

THE

COMMISSIONER

OF

BANKING.

Haugen—Haugen State Bank.
TOM O. M ASON , P re s id e n t.
JO H N M A C A K , V ic e P re s id e n t.

O. G. K in n e y ,
T o m O. M ason ,
W . R . Z a b e l.

W . H. R Y A N , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J o h n M a ca k ,
W . H. R y a n .

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 24, 1914.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .

$87,887 65 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
585 02 d u r p lu s fu n d ..................
^ n a 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
4,338 00
2,589 89
ta x e s p a id ..................
2,174 24 In d ividu al deposits, sud j e c t to c h e c k ...........
47,232 23 Time c e r t ific a t e s o f d ep o s it ...............................
63 15 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
35 00
349 75

U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d c a sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
T o ta l ......................

$10 , 0Q0 00
400 00
1,488 89
58,190 55
67,183 91
11,956 86

3,9 35 00
30 28
$149,220 21

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

$149,220 21

Haven—State Bank of Haven.
H. C. E W A L D , P re s id e n t.
E D W . W U N S C H , V ic e P re s id e n t.

S. H. B A N D L O W , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. H. B a n d lo w ,
A. L . W a g n e r ,
F re d F ra n z m e ie n .

G eo. S itsel,
H. C. E w a ld .
O tto W u n s ch ,
E d w . W u n sch ,

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 20, 1916.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2'0, 1 9 1 7 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R e so u rc e s.

L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
F u r n itu r e an d fix tu r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. a n 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 .........

$47,520 00

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

$67,937 74


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1,500 00
1,714 30
7,198 45
7,204 13
301 40
2,397 00
102 46

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in,. .
U n d iv id ed 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 ..................
Ind ividu al deposits, subj e 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 it s . . . . . .

$10,000 00

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

$67,937 74

224 54
30,411 47
26,636 63
665 10

ìtEPORTS

OE

STATE

163

BANKS.

Hawkins—Hawkins State Bank.
C. K . E L L IN G S O N , P re s id e n t.
P.
H. H A M M E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.
d ir e c t o r s

P.
H. H a m m e r,
C. H. E llin g s o n ,
G. O. V ig ,

G. O. V IG , C ash ier.
.
M ik e S c h u p s k y ,
R u b e n S ton e.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 13, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts . ....................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o th e r b o n d s ’.........
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h ecks on oth er ban ks
an d c a sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in .......................
j. 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 .........

$125,308 62 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
91 58 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id ed p ro fits, less
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
2,000 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
2,100 00
Individu
al deposits, sub­
2,000 00
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 ­
18,903 57
p o s it ................................
232 00 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
670 00 C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ......................
299 85

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

$ 10,000 00

5,0 00 00

2,1 10 74
47,144 89
71,913 09
16,072 65
1,646 15

2,208 00
73 90
$153,887 52

$153,887 52

T o ta l

«I

Hayward—Farmers State Bank.
JO H N E. M O R E L A N D , P re s id e n t.
\vM. P O W E R S , V ic e P re s id e n t.

C. E. W IS E , - C ash ier.
■ i t

D IR E C T O R S .
C. E. W is e ,
D. A . R e s c h k e .

J. E. M o re la n d ,
W m . P ow ers,
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 te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . . $105,543 84 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
U
n
d
iv
id
ed
p
rofits,
less
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
400 00
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
t
a
x
e
s
p
a
id
.........
7,906
92
B a n k in g h o u s e ..............
2,749 78 D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s its
F u r n itu r e an d fix t u r e s .
In d ividu al deposits, sub­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
j e c t to c h e c k ,................
8,205 20
s e r v e b a n k s ..............
93 78 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
p o s it ...............................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
6,616 50 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ...........
a n d c a s h i t e m s ...........
C
a
s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
75
00
G o ld c o in ................
s t a n d in g . . . ................
239 25
S ilv e r c o in ......................
B
ills
p a y a b le ..............
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
1,400 00 O th er lia b ilit ie s ...........
r e n c y .............................
33
34
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
R e so u r c e s.

T o ta l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$133,263 61

T o ta l

$ 20,000 00

1,454 62
3,683 58
49,536 99
41,215 27
4,317 32
2,902 28
10,000 00
153 55
$133,263 61

164

REPORT

OF

THE

COMMISSIONER

ÒF

BANKÌNG.

Hazel Green—Hazel Green State Bank,
E. S T A D E L , P re s id e n t.
R . J. B R Y A N T , V ic e P re s id e n t.

B. C. B E R G . C ash ier.
J. F. N A D L E R ,. A sst. 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 tadel,
B. C. B e rg ,
J o se p h R u n d e .
T. H. W illia m s ,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 23, 190 6.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 0 1 7 .
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 ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
D ue fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
G o ld co in ........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
.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 .........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ...........

$284,026 54 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
266 94 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id ed p rofits, less
58,486 27
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
5,000 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
2 ,5 90 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
25,113 88 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
1,480 77
p o s it ...............................
565 00 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ...........
1,862 25 C ertified c h e c k s .............
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
6,162 00
s t a n d in g ......................
180 92 P o s ta l s a v in g s .............
10 00

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

$385,744 57

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

$15,000 00
8,000 00
7,009 19
69,965 86
224,480 76
57,816 90
13 50
40 00
3,418 36
$385,744 57

M
Helenville— German-American Bank.
H. W , R E U L , P re s id e n t.
A. C. G R U N N E R T , V ic e P re s id e n t.

R O Y M U C K , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. C. G ru n n ert,
R. E. P o tte r .

H. W . R e u l,
F. W . B o e h m ,
G. W . M eek,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 14, 1914.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d c a s h i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
T o t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

$131,167 55

.

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
14,100 00 U n d iv id ed p rofits, le ss
3,8 03 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
1,169 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
16,767 91
je c t to c h e c k ................
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
14 00
d e p o s it ...........................
355 00 S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
397 05

$20,000 00
5oo 00
2,359 00
30,343 89
110,447 65
6,576 81

2.322 00
131 84
$170,227 35

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

$170,227 35

REPORTS

OF

STATE

165

BANKS.

Hersey—State Bank of Hersey.
E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 3, 1915.
In L iq u id a t io n
J. G. B a k u la , s p e c ia l d e p u ty co m a iss io n e r o f ba n k in g -

in

charge.

Highland—Highland State Bank.
H A R R Y J. F E C H T , C ash ier.
F. W . W E I D E N F E L L E R , A sst. Cash.

P L A T T W H IT M A N , P re s id e n t.

P la t t W h itm a n ,
H a r r y J. F e ch t,

D IR E C T O R S .
M. L. F e ch t.

E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L 21, 1903.
In corp ora ted at a State B ank June 9, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R e so u rc e s.

L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
and o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se ..............
F u r n itu r e and fi x t u r e s .
O th er re a l e sta te o w n e d
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G old c o in ........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 . . . . . .

$355,615 92
3,018 48

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

$451,220 70

15,450
4,204
2,089
4,455

00
00
00
00

52,535 93
2,035 45
6,587 50
1,623 80

$25,000 00 ■
1, 000 00

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
J 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 and
ta x e s 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 ep o s it ........... ...................
S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
'e rtifie d c h e c k s ...........
I'-is h ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t s ta n d in g ..................' •

1,722 90
149,154 15
268,299 56
3,855 92
479 46
1,708 71

3,534 00
71 62
$451,220 70

T o ta l
'I

Hilbert—State Bank of Hilbert.
T. E. C O N N E LL , P re s id e n t.
JO H N ,T. S H E R M A N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

JO H N J. M A D L E R , C ash ier.
H. L. M E Y E R , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
T. E. C o n n e ll,
H. L. M e y er,
J o h n J. S h erm an ,
John W eber,
J o h n J. M ad ler,
H. C. A lv es.
J. W . G ru p e,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 16, 1904.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
I ,la b ilities.

R e so u rc e s.

L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
J. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d 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 .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
D ue fr o m o th e r b a n k s
G o ld c o in . . . . . . . . . . . .
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........

$446.304 79
731 56

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

$564,102 70


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

6,500 00
4 ,000 00
1 ,650 00
85.334
3,727
70
1 ,368

46
88
00
80

14,383 00
32 21

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
H n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
c u r r e n t expen se's and
t a x e s p a id ..................
D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s its
Ind ividu al «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 it s . . . . . .
P o s ta l s a v i n g s ...............
N o te s an d b ills r e d is ­
c o u n te d ........................
T o ta l

$25,000 00
10,000 00
7,270 38
5,526 54
187,588 71
277,587 53
35,692 08
229 46
15,208 00
$564,102 70

168

REPORT

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

Hillsboro—Farmers State Bank.
F. A . M A C H O V E C , P re s id e n t.
J. M. H E A L T . V ic e P re s id e n t.

H. J. C H A R D , C a sh ier.
W . E. L IN D , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. E. G a g e,
P a t L y n ch ,
F. A. M a c h o v e c .

J a m e s G o g g in s ,
A n to n S ta n e c k ,
J. M. H e a ly ,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$148,739 50 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ...........
1,490 21 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id ed p rofits, le ss
14 ,171 00
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
B a n k in g h o u se . .........
5,0 00 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
2,7 36 75 Individu al deposits, sub­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k .............
s e r v e b a n k s ................
47 ,617 42 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
n o s it ...............................
a n d ca sh R e m s ...........
188 98 S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
G o ld c o in ........................
560 00
S ilv e r c o in ......................
582 05
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
3,329 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
80 36
T o ta l

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

$224,495 27

T o ta l

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

$20,000 00
500 00
2,6 08 43
33,479 63
166,372 42
1,534 79

$224,495 27
-

• - i - '.'r i'

Hillsboro—Hillsboro State Bank.
E. V. W E R N I C K , P re s id e n t.
F. A. W O P A T , V ic e P re s id e n t.

E. V. W e r n ic k ,
C. F. K a u ffm a n ,
R. H a m m e r.

R O B E R T H A M M E R , C ash ier.
JESS. K A U F F M A N , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
R. A. A r m b r u s te r .
F. A. W o p a t.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R

1, 190 2.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$438,995 65 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
1,003 76 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
S.. sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
and o t h e r b o n d s .........
79,912 50
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
B a n k in g h o u se .............
5,000 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
1,230 15 In d ividu al deposits, sub­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k ................
s e r v e b a n k s ................
209,907 95 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
D u e fr o m o th e r b a n k s
20,533 92
p o s it ...............................
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
an d ca sh ite m s............
27,324 65 C a s h ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t ­
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
s t a n d in g ......................
b o u s e .............................
2.868 31 P o s ta l S a v in g s .............
G o ld c o in ........................
2,165 00
« i l v e r c o in ........... : . . . .
611 40
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
3,929 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........
51 73
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$793,534 02

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

$15,000 00
11.000 00
2,419 22
215,054 81
529.020 55
13,854 30
7,078 21
106 93

$793,534 02

R E PO R TS OF STATE

167

BANKS.

Hillsdale—State Bank of Hillsdale.
C. H. M U SEU S, P resident.
J. L E M L E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

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

C.
E.
A.
P.

H.
G.
E.
C.

M u seu s,
B row n ,
Coe,
A n d erson ,

J. L e m le r ,
C. C. P o st,
M. C. H o w a rd .

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 29, 1914.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$74,534 63 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
455 11 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
2,500 00 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
1,700 00
ta x e s p a i d ....................
1,300 00
^Individual deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ,................
20,652 16
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
7,547 67
p o s it . .............................
547 85 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s ta n d in g ......................
1,575 00
58 05
9 65

Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
B an king- h o u se ......... . .
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
c a sh ite m s ..................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. a n 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 .........
Cash s h o r t ......................
T o ta l

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

T o ta l

$110,880 12

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

$

10,000 00
1,600 00
606 43
39,647 23
55,483 50
1,129 64
2,413 32

$110,880 12

Hixton—Farmers and Merchants Bank.
TP. A. M. S T E E N . P re s id e n t.
H. E. B U R T O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.
D.
A. S T O LT S , 2nd V ic e P re s id e n t.

L. M cD IR M ID , C ash ier.

DIRECTORS.

H.
H.
D.
L.
H.

A.
E.
A.
A.
J.

M. Steen,
B u rto n ,
S tolts,
Sly,
D orran ce,

G eo. D. M aule,
N ils E r ic k s o n ,
C has. N e w ell,
Jas. T h a y e r .

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 31, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . . $239,339 15 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
2,398 06 -u r p lu s fu n d ..................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
14,000 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se .............
3,125 00
ta x e s p aid ..................
F u r n itu r e and fix tu r e s .
2,060 00 D ue to b a n k s — d e p o s its
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e Individu al deposits, subs e r v e b a n k s ................
35,431 60
je c t to c h e c k ................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
17,119 95 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
p o s it ...............................
an d ca sh ite m s . ... . . .
21 00 C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t 2,405 00
sta n d in g ' ......................
G old c o in ........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
469 15
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y .............................
5,295 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
56 97
T o ta l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$321,720 88

T o ta l

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

$12,500 00
7,000 00
1,340 06
5,000 00
100,627 11
193,233 99
2,019 72

$321,720 88

168

REPORT

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

Holcombe—State Bank of Holcombe.
A. J. E D M IN S T E R , President.
R. C. R O D B C K E R ; V ic e P re s id e n t.

R O B E R T L. Z IM M E R M A N , C ash ier.
N. M. M A R T IN , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. J. E d m in s te r ,
R. L. C lea v es.

R . C. R o d e c k e r ,
R. L. Z im m e rm a n ,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 31, 1905.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$81,280 08 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
HO 72 Surplus fu n d ........... . . .
U. S.. sta te, m u n ic ip a l
rn d iv id e d p rofits, le«s
3.S00 00
and o t h e r b o n d s .............
c u r r e n t e x u e n se s and
B an kin g- h o u se .............
2,5 00 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
F u r n itu r e an d fix tu r e s .
2,380 25 Individu al deposits, sub­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k ................
s e r v e h a n k s ................
7,952 05 T im e c e r tific a te s o f d e ­
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
p o s it ...............................
an d c a sh i t e m s . .........
222 99
ertifie d c h e c k s ...........
G o ld c o in ................
230 00 "'ills p a y a b le ..................
780 60
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
795 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
27 91
T o ta l

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

$100,079 60

T o ta l

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

$10,000 00
5,000 00
432 85
53,359 52
26,660 98
126 25
4,500 00

$100,079 60

Hollandale—Hollandale State Bank.
H. D. T H O M A S , P re s id e n t.
C A R L C H A N D L E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

S T E P H E N T. S H A N L E Y , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C arl C h a n d ler,
H o w a r d D, T h o m a s,

S. T. S h a n ley .

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 25, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$169,664 41 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts .......................
1,716 48 S u rp lu s fu n d ...............
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
'n d iv id e d p rofits, less
15,700 00
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
B a n k in g h o u se .............
4,0 00 00
ta x e s p aid ....................
F u r n itu r e an d fix tu r e s .
1,500 00 individual deposits, subD ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
ie c t to c h e c k ................
s e r v e b a n k s ...............
44,293 91
'c m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
d e p o s it . . . .;.................
a n d c a sh i t e m s ...........
2,7 86 61
G o ld c o in .........................
705 oo
S ilv e r c o in ......................
703 70
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
2,2 97 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........
219 86
R e v e n u e sta m p s ...........
200 00
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$243,846 97

T o ta l

$15,000 00
3,0 00 00
3,485 68
136,248 33
86,112 96

$243,846 97

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS.

169

Holmen—Bank of Holmen.
O T T O B O S S H A R D , P re s id e n t.
THOS. JOH N SON , V ic e P re s id e n t.

O tto B o ssh a rd ,
T h o s. J o h n so n ,
W . D. S an dm an .

O S C A R H A U G , A sst. C ash ier.
C. A. S J O L A N D B R , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. M. H a ld e r so 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, 190 9.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 0 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$303,979 81 ¡C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
77 83 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
u n d iv id e d p rofits, less
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
68,087 50
ta x e s p a id ............. .. •
3,500 00
1,500 00 Due to b a n k s — d e p o s its
Individu al df posits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ................
61,133 84
2,095 00 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
1,172 75
p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
4,481 00 R e s e r v e d f o r ta x e s and
in te r e s t .........................
83 79

Resources.
L o a n s and d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
and oth er b o n d 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 .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........

$446,111 52

T o ta l

T o ta l

$15,000 00
5,000 00
11,915 22
1,737 64
101,978 87
211,969 13
96,510 66

2,000 00
$446,111 52

Honey Creek—State Bank of Honey Creek.
W . E. B A B C O C K , P re s id e n t.
H. B. M IL L E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W M . K IN G S T O N , C ash ier.
A. M. B A B C O C K , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .

a

W . E. B a b c o c k ,
H. B. M ille r,
M rs. F r a n k P a g e ,
W m . K in g s t o n ,

J o h n L. F u n k ,
W . R. P u rv is,
A. M. B a b c o c k .

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 30, 1907.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$103,239 52 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in,. .
1,253 39 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
J 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 and
8,525 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
1,497 15
|Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
14,321 10
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
78 00
p o s it ................................
570 00 S a v in g s d e p o s it s . . . . . .
631 05

Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts .......................
U. S., sta te, m u n icip a l
a n d o th e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
se r v e b a n k s ................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in ........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ...........
TotaJ ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$10,000 00
5,000 00
3,327 39
31,302 36
74,082 24
8,128 22

1,593 00
112 00
20 00

$131,840 21

T o ta l

$131,840 21

170

Re p o r t

of

Th e

c o m m is s io n e r

of

b a n k in g

.

Horicon—Horicon State Bank.
A . W . W IL C O X , P re s id e n t.
C H A S. H A W K S , V ic e P re s id e n t.
F . H. C L A U S E N , 2nd V ic e P re s id e n t.

H. G. D IE K E L M A N N , C ash ier.
H. V . B. W IL C O X , A sst. C a sh ier.
E. E. M A Y E R , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . W . W ilc o x ,
C h a rle s H a w k s ,
H. G. D ie k e lm a n n ,

H. V. B. W ilc o x ,
p . h . C lau sen .

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 7, 1896,
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$382,455 28 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts .............
72 34 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
an d o t h e r b o n d s . . . .
93,422 50
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
S to c k s a n d o t h e r s e ­
ta x e s p a id ......................
c u r itie s ...........................
5,0 00 00 In d ividu al deposits, sub­
B an k in g- h o u s e ................
15,000 00
je c t to c h e c k .................
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
9,000 00 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
p o s it ...............................
s e r v e b a n k s . ...............
11,785 21 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
C a s h ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t ­
a n d ca sh i t e m s ...........
158 77
s t a n d in g .......
C o ld c o i n .............................
7,200 00 P o s ta l s a v i n g s . . . . ........
S ilv e r c o i n ........................
5,301 85
U. S. a n d N a tio n a l C u r ­
18,778 00
r e n c y .............................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ...........
147 04
U n c u r r e n t c o i n ........... . .
755 00
T o t a l ......................

$549,075 99

T o ta l

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

$50,000 00
25,000 00
6,419 40
149,983 96
81,668 31
228,584 29
2 ,0 80 04
5,339 99

$049,075 99

Hortonville—Bank of Hortonville.
C. F. B U C K , P re s id e n t.
M. R I T G E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

E. S. T o r r e y ,
F. N. T o r r e y ,
A. H a lle r ,

F. N. T O R R E Y , C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
M. R itg e r ,
c. F . B u ck .

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 29, 1895.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k Ja n u a ry 11, 1902.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ..
$223,782 20 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
$25,000
O v e r d r a fts ......................
296 31 S u rp lu s fu n d ........
13,532
B a n k in g h o u se .............
6,000 00 U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
2,840 32
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
O th er re a l e s ta te o w n e d
.
873 45
ta x e s p a i d ........
2,0 46
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
Individu al deposits sub­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
63,699 04
je c t to c h e c k .
80,095
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
a n d ca sh i t e m s .........
1,639 27
p o s it ...............................
164,839
G o ld c o i n .............................
1,265 00 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s . . . . . .
20,642
S ilv e r c o i n . . . . , .................
1,0 70 25
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
4,4 86 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ...........
204 31
T o t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$306,156 15

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

00
00
01
30
88
96

$306,156 15

171

R E P O R T S OF1 S T A T E B A N K S .

Hortonville—Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
E. A. G R A E F , P re s id e n t.
H. P. M E F F E R T , V ic e P re s id e n t.

F. J. M E C H L E R , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. P. M effert,
P e te r O ik.

E. A. G r a e f,
F. H . M au ser,
M. S. S c h w o r z ,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 7, 1916.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$71,934 89 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
88 33 C o n t in g e n t f u n d ...........
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
an d o t h e r b o n d s . . . .
100 00
ta x e s p a i d ....................
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
5,0 00 00
Individu
al deposits, su b­
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
2,2 95 45
j e c t to c h e c k .............
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
T
im
e
c
e
r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
6,445 10
p o s it ...............................
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d c a sh it e m s ...........
4,492 22 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............
125 00
G old c o i n ...........................
S ilv e r c o in ................... . . .
744 60
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y ...............................
1,804 00
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
30 84
R esou rces.

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

$93,060 43

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

$20,000 00
4 14
1,525 21
23,429 72
40,521 19
7,5 80 17

$93,060 43

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 IT T E , P re s id e n t.
A U G U S T F R O M E . C ash ier.
GEO. C. ZIM M E R M A N N ,- V ic e P rè s.
JO H N O. B V E E D T , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A u g u s t W it t e ,
G eo. C. Z im m e rm a n n ,
A u g u s t F ro m e ,

A u gu st L uecke,
L o u is W . D rier.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 25, 1913.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$273,691 55 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S
u
rp
lu
s
f
u
n
d
....................
554 73
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c
u
r
r
e
n
t
e
x
p
e n s e s an d
42,600 00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
2,5 00 00
1,800 00 D iv id e n d s u n p a id ...........
Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ................
53,398 27
D em a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it
................
3 98
5 00 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
511 85

Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts .......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e 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 o ld c o i n ............................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
f. 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 ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 10,000 00

6,000 00
4,381 32
37 00

134,884 83
212,398 66
10,148 56

2,4 36 00
348 99
$377,850 37

T o ta l

$377,850 37

17 2

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 .

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 ra d le y ,
W m . H addow ,
C. R . S p e rb e ck ,

C, H. S P E R B E C K , C ash ier.
-E L B E R T M. W E B S T E R , A sst. C ash.

D IR E C T O R S .
E lb e r t M. W e b s te r,
W m . B on n er,
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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ..
$48,308 01 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
308 07 U n d iv id e d p rofits, less
U.- S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
5,1 94 00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
B an king- h o u s e ................
8,000 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
3,975 80
je c t to c h e c k ................
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
15,540 95
p o s it ...............................
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ........... ..
213 58 C e rtified c h e c k s .............
h o u se .............................
G o ld c o i n ...........................
1,515 00 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
S ilv e r c o i n ........................
779 65
s t a n d in g .......................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y ............................
2,458 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ...........
27 40
T o ta l ......................

$86,320 46

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

$25,000 00
1,264 48
25,825 33
21,285 40
8,870 61
122 48
3,952 16

$86,320 46

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 rd ,
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. ST 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 em m y .

E S T A B L IS H E D

DECEMBER

8, 1904.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ..
$144,251 88 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n ; .
O v e r d r a f t s ........................
999 88 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p rofits, less
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
27,000 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
5,0 00 00
ta x e s p a id ....................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
2,000 00 Individu al deposits, su b ­
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k .............
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
15,611 63 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s ..
5,0 00 00
p o s it ....................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
an d ca sh it e m s ...........
140 52
G o ld c o i n ..........................
1,520 00
S ilv e r c o i n . . . . ................
' 777 ,55
U. S. a n d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y ...............................
2,650 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ...........
13 06
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$204,964 52

T o ta l

$10,000
00
10,000 00
929 48
83,061 53
100,973 51

$204,964 52

REPORTS

OF STATE BANKS.

173

Hurley—Iron Exchange Bank.
J. C. R E Y N O L D S , P re s id e n t.

W . S. R E Y N O L D S , C ash ier.
JO H N P. M IL L E R , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .

W . S. R e y n o ld s ,
J o h n P. M ille r,

J. C. R e y n o ld s .

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 7, 1885.
In corp orated as a State B ank June 10, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$160,255 61 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S
u
rp
lu
s
f
u
n
d
....................
O v e r d r a f t s .........................
16 96
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
c
u
r
r
e
n
t
e
x
p
e n s e s and
an d o th e r b o n d s ........
59,500 00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
B an king- h o u s e ................
3,000 00
Individual
deposits,
su b­
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
500 00
j e c t 't o c h e c k ................
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
r e s e r v e h a n k s ............
208,325 23 D em and c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it . . . ....................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
38,726 93
Mm.e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
C h e ck s on o th e r b a n k s
p o s it ..............................
1,068 66
an d ca sh i t e m s .........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u se . . ..........................
184 05
G old c o i n ...........................
7,345 00
S ilv e r c o i n ........................
3,823 40
U. S- an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............
48,477 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s . . . . .
277 66
T o ta l ........................

$531,500 50

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

$30,000 00
10,000 00
6,749 54
291,384 42
91,671 32
102,695 22

$531,500 50

Hustisford—Hustisford State Bank.
E D G A R B O E IN G , P re s id e n t.
S. B. JON ES, V ic e P re s id e n t.

R I C H A R D R O L L , Sr., C ash ier.
R I C H A R D R O L L , Jr., A sst. C ash ier.
A N N A F L E T C H E R , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H. O. R y d e r .
H. C. R y d e r .

E d g a r B o e in g ,
R ic h a r d R o ll,
S. E. Jon es,

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$155,632 79 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
532 30 S u rp lu s f u n d ................ .
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
10,950 00
ta x e s p a i d .....................
10,510 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ...............
9,000 00
4,000 00 D em a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it .................... . . .
16,188 07
S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............
14,244 96 N o te s an d b ills r e d is ­
c o u n te d ................... . .
9 40
1,645 00
1,355 50

Resources.
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., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
a n d o th e r b o n d s . . ... .
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e ­
c u r itie s .........................
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n itu r e an d fix tu r e s .
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 ...........
R e v e n u e s t a m p s ..............

7,2 30 00
260 83
6 64

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

$231,565 49


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

$30,000 00
7,0 00 00
7,5 15 72
60,125 45
112,593 83
4,330 49
10,000 00

$231,565 49

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

Hustler—Hustler State Bank.
J. H. M U E L L E R , P re s id e n t.
JO H N A D R IA N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W . W . S M ITH , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
O tto S te in b a c h ,
J. H. M u e lle r,
O le H. O lson ,
G. O. L a w r e n c e ,

W . F. Talg-,
J oh n A d ria n ,
E. J. W ile s .

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 ,
R esources.
L ia b ilit ie s .
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . . $108,223 67 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
71 57 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
C o n tin g e n t f u n d .............
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
29,050 00 U ndivided" p rofits, le ss
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
2,200 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
2,000 00
ta x e s p a i d ....................
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e D ue to b a n k s — d e p o s its
serve! b a n k s ..................
17,512 49
nd ividual deposits, su bD u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
1,000 00
je c t to c h e c k ................
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d ean d c a sh i t e m s ...........
2,150 00
p o s it . . ...........................
G o ld c o in . ...........................
27 50 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t S ilv e r c o i n .........................
621 55
s t a n d i n g .................... . .
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y ...............................
4,664 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s . . . . . .
94 30
T o t a l ......................

$167,615 08

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

$10,000 00
1 , 500 00
300 00

'

897 69
1,205 62
31,076 54
122,511 93
123 30

$167,615 08

Independence—Farmers and Merchants Bank.
T. A. H O T C H K IS S . P re s id e n t.
P E T E R N E L T O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

P A U L T. S C H U L T Z E , C ash ier.
g

D IR E C T O R S .
T. A. H o tc h k is s ,
Jas. N. H u n te r,
P. M. L a m b e r t,
W m . H. M ey er,

P e te r N elton ,
M ik e S k ro ch ,
T. G. T h e ise n .

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s a n d d i s c o u n t s ...
$102,621 67 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
438 31 U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s . . . .
1,0 50 00
ta x e s .p a id ...................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
1,6 10 95 Individu al deposits, su b­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
j e c t to c h e c k ................
s e r v e b a n k s . . . ...........
18,232 56 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ................................
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e . . . .......................
2,4 40 55 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s . . . . . .
G o ld c o i n .............................
65 00 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
1,199 51
s t a n d in g ......................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y ............
2,922 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
138 89
T o t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$130,719 44

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

$20,000 00
2 ,7 66 79
30,637 02
44,329 34
31,758 80
1,2 27 49

$130,719 44

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175

BANKS.

Independence—State Bank of Independence.
JO H N S P R E C H E R , P resident.
A N T O N S E N T Y , V ice President.

John Sprecher,
Otto A. Sprecher,
J. A. M arkham ,

W A L T E R E. S P R E C H E R , Cashier.
OTTO 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 n ton Senty,
J. P. K ulig.

E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L 3, 1897.
In corporated as a State B an k M ay 31, 1902.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
$419,273 31 C apital stock paid in. . . .
L oan s and d is co u n ts . . . .
O verdrafts .........................
3,317 19 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
and other b o n d s ...........
61,750 00
taxes paid ....................
B an kin g house .................
6,900 00
F urniture and fixtures . .
4,404 47 Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
Due fro m ap p roved reserve banks ..................
111,393 76 T im e certificates o f deposit .................................
C hecks on other banks
6 00 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
and cash ite m s .............
Certified checks .............
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
121 00 C ash ier’ s
checks
outhouse ..............................
standing ........................
4,260 00
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin ........................
6,503 00
U. S. and national cur3,596 00
ren cy ...............................
183 10
N ickels and ce n ts.............
T ota l

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

$651,707 83

T ota l

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

$50,000 00
10,000 00
4,733 89
77,984 12
451,531 96
44,973 40
100 00
12,384 46

$651,707 83

Ingram—Ingram State Bank.
U. G. B L O O D . President.
C.
A . M A G N U S, V ice President.

E. A. K E R S L A G E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. E. K uhlm an,
C. A. M agnus,
John Baum an,

M.
J. L einenkugel,
U. G. B lood,
J. A. P layter.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 7, 1906.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
$43,280 92 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
O verdrafts ........................
7 66 Surplus fu n d ....................
B an k in g house ................
2,680 00 U ndivided profits, less
F urniture and fix tu r e s . .
1,495 00
current expenses and
O ther real estate o w n e d .
3,622 71
tax es paid .....................
Due fro m ap p roved reIn d ividu al deposits, su bserve banks ..................
8,091 19
je c t to c h e c k ..................
C hecks on other banks
T im e certificates o f deand cash ite m s .............
p osit .................................
99 00
Gold coin ...........................
240 00 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
Silver coin ........................
165 05 ICashier’ s
ch ecks
outU. S. and national cu rstanding ........................
rency ...............................
993 00
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
88 42
T ota l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$60,762 95

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
2,500 00
548 74
24,426 35
11,000 08
12,178 97
108 81

$60,762 95

176

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 .

loia—Bank of loia.
S. M. M Y H R E , President.
G U N D E R B E R G E N , V ice P resident.

O. C. L E E A N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
N. O. Bidney,
Otto Beck.

S. M. M yhre,
Gunder B ergen ,
O. C. Leean,

E S T A B E IS H E D N O V E M B E R 4, 1893.
In corporated as a State B ank A u gu st 28, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . . $295 931 25 C apital stock paid in. . . .
1,918 77 Surplus fund ..................
O verdrafts ........................
U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
29,200 00
and other b o n d s ...........
Ranking’ house ................
5,000 00
taxes paid ....................
2,670 55 Due to banks— d e p o sits.
F urniture and fix tu r e s ..
.Other real estate o w n ed.
1,000 00 Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
D ue fro m approved re58,946 43 T im e certificates o f deserve banks ..................
2,360 08
posit ...............................
D ue fro m other b a n k s ..
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
C hecks on other banks
checks
out1,565 93 C ash ier’s
and cash ite m s.............
standing ........................
........................
6,440 00
Gold coin
1 , 482 50
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national cu r8,005 00
rency ...............................
444 58
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T ota l

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

T o ta l

$414,965 09

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

$15,000 00
15,000 00
5,417 87
1,000 00
80,571 77
276,685 20
19 , 534 6b
1 ,755 60

$414,965 09

loia—The Farmers State Bank of loia.
H. J. S E V E R S O N , President.
B. W IL L IA M S , V ice President.

G. L. GU N D U SO N , Cashier.
E. E. W E IN M A N N , Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. J. Severson,
A. W ein m ann , Jr.,
Chas. L. B usw ell,

B. W illia m s,
L. A. B rakke.

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 19, 1899.
In corp ora ted as a State B ank D ecem ber 27, 1901.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 ,
Resources.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erd rafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s .........
B an king house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate o w n ed.
D ue fro m ap p roved re­
serve b a n k s ....................
D ue from other b a n k s ..
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s.............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
B an k collection s .............
T otal

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$228,492 76
245 67
5,000
2,700
2,500
3,39 5

00
00
00
78

66,492 66
1,000 00
733 28
742 50
522 45

1917.
Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes paid ....................
Due to banks— d eposits.
D ividen ds unpaid . . . . . .
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
T im e certificates o f de­
posit ...............................
Savings d e p o s i t s .............
C hristm as banking clu b .

$20,000 00
10,000 00
4,385 39
2,360 08
20 00
46,691 54
217,622 00
19,098 70
1,111 88

9,164 00
148 64
15185
$321,289 59

T ota l

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

$321,289 59

177

R E PO R TS OP STATE B A N K S.

Iron Ridge— Commercial State Bank.
JA C O B K L O E C K N E R , P resident.
W M . K L O E C K N E R , V ice P resident.

JO H N K L O E C K N E R , Cashier.
P E T E R K L O E C K N E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
John K loeckner,
P e te r K loeckn er.

Ja cob K loeck n er,
W m . K loeckn er,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . . $141,374 56 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O v erdrafts ........................
12
Surplus
fu
nd
....................
271
LT. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
22,875 00
current expenses and
B an k in g house ................
tax es paid ....................
2,500 00
D ue fro m approved reInd ividu al deposits, subserve banks ..................
je c t to c h e c k ..................
45,485 71
D ue fro m other b a n k s . .
3,500 00 T im e certificates o f deG old coin ...........................
685 00
p osit ...............................
Silver coin .........................
1,077 45 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
11,432 00
N ickels and c e n ts .............
121 63
T ota l

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

$229,322 47

T o ta l

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

$10,000 00
6,500 00
2,486 28
52,642 53
140,786 56
16,907 10

$229,322 47

Iron River—Iron River Bank.
JO H N A . P E T T IN G IL L , P re s id e n t.
G.
A . H E R M A N , V ic e P re s id e n t.
J o h n A . P e t t in g ill,
G eo. L. P e t t in g ill,
G.
A. H e rm a n ,

GEO. L. P E T T IN G IL L , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . F . M c E ld o w n e y ,
Sw an Swanson.

E S T A B L IS H E D IN 1892.
In corp ora ted as a State Bank F e b ru a ry 17, 1900.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$70,024 19 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in ,..
O v e r d r a fts ......................
69 78 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
B an king- h o u s e ...............
4,0 00 00 U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
'ir r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
F u r n it u r e and fix t u r e s .
2,352 04
ta x e s p a id ..................
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
2,209 20
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k ................
s e r v e b a n k s ................
8,770 47
D ue fro m other ba n ks. .
32 95 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d ca sh i t e m s ...........
500 00 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
G o ld c o in .........................
2,5 00 00 N o te s an d b ills r e d is ­
c o u n te d ........................
S ilv e r c o in ...........
798 00
B ills p a y a b le ..................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
2,1 03 00
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
15 47
T ota l

......................
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$93,375 10

T ota l

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

$15,000 00
2 ,0 00 00
920 97
35,885 95
15,917 97
8 ,6 50 21
10,000 00
5,0 00 00

$93,375 10

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

Iron River—Wisconsin State Bank.
‘"'B 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 so n ,
J. W . T a r te r ,
J oh n H. F itz p a tr ic k ,
E r n e s t S au ve,

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 .
T. N. O k e r stro m ,
M. C. H e lm e r ,
B y r o n R ip le y ,
D an C u n n in g .

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 2, 1908.

.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
$68,567 67 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in ,..
$10,000 00
O v e r d r a fts .................. ..
876 95 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
1,600 00
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
1,8 00 51
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
1 ,8 30 12
ta x e s p a id ..................
1,0 07 27
O th e r re a l e s ta te o w n e d
3,613 55 'In d iv id u a l deposits, su b­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
31,141
18
j e c t to c h e c k
s e r v e b a n k s ................
7,154 21 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
J u d g m e n ts
74 63
p o s it ...............................
22,521 07
G o ld co in
820 00 S a v in g s d e p o s its . . . . . .
10,630 58
S ilv e r c o in
825 00 N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
c o u n te d ...................... /.
9,0 46 99
r e n c y .............................
2 ,8 00 00 B ills p a y a b le ................
4,0 00 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
86 60
In s u r a n c e r e c e iv a b le . .
1,4 97 85
T o ta l ......................

$89,947 09

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

$89,947 09

Jackson—The Jackson State Bank.
rnH E O . S Y D O W , P re s id e n t.
A L F . B. F R O E H L IC H , V ice Pres.

Theo. S ydow ,
P. W . K r a e m e r,
A lf. B. F r o e h lic h ,

~r 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 m . H. F roeh lich ,
H e n r y L e ise n e r .

E S T A B L IS H E D A

U G U S T 5, 1907.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$126,233 09 ^ a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
124 17 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id ed p rofits, less
544 00
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
B a n k in g h o u se .............
5,000 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
F u r n it u r e and fix tu r e s .
2,5 55 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k ...............
s e r v e b a n k s ................
4,7 21 82 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
p o s it ...............................
a n d c a sh i t e m s ...........
1,3 16 99 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
G o ld c o in .........................
2 ,1 00 00 C e rtifie d c h e c k s ...........
S ilv e r c o in ......................
570 00 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
s t a n d in g ......................
r e n c y .............................
11,629 00 N o te s an d b ills r e d is ­
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
42 35
c o u n te d .........................
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$154,836 42

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

$20 ,000 00
1,200 00
1 ,1 46 62
44,880 82
52,728 77
23,942 61
555 50
807 10
9,575 00
$154,836 42

R E P O R T S OF STATE BA N K S.

179

Janesville—Bower City Bank.
GEO. G. S U T H E R L A N D , P re s id e n t.
W M . M cL A Y , V ic e P re s id e n t.

G eo. G. S u th e rla n d ,
A. E. B in g h a m ,
J a m e s A . F a th e r s ,

A. E. B IN G H A M , C a sh ier.
H. D. M U R D O C K , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W illia m , M cL a y ,
R . M. B o s t w ic k ,
J. H. J o n es.

E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L 16, 1895.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
in ..
$50,000
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$518,134 51 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id
50 ,000
O v e r d r a fts ......................
522 49 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U
n
d
iv
id
e
d
p
ro
fits,
le
ss
U. S.. sta te , m u n ic ip a l
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
13,010 00
+a x e s p a id ..................
22,510
F u r n it u r e a n d fi x t u r e s .
3,5 00 00
'Individual deposits, su b­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k ...
325,967
s e r v e h a n k s ,. . : .........
54,322 26
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
d e p o s it ................
24,685
and c a s h i t e m s ...........
18,813 55
S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
161,983
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
5,0 00
h o u s e .............................
7,6 04 59 R e s e r v e d f o r t a x e s . . . .
G o ld c o in .........................
1,165 00
S ilv e r c o in ......................
1,305 40
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
21,338 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
431 42
T o ta l ......................

$640,147 22

T o ta l

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

00
00
28
67
79
48
00

$640,147 22

Janesville—Merchants and Savings Bank.
W . S. .T E FF R IS, P re s id e n t.
W M . B L A D O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

J. F. P e m b e r,
M. O. M o u a t,
M. G. .Teffris,
D.
W . H o lm e s,

S. M. S M IT H , C a sh ier.
C. H. G A G E , A sst. C a sh ier.
E.
J. H A U M E R S O N , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . S. J e ffris,
W m . B la d on ,
S. M. S m ith.
:

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 18, 1875.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
02 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
76 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le s s
c u r r e n t e x o e n s e s an d
50
ta x e s p a id ..................
00 D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s it s
In d ividu al d e c e it s , su b­
je c t to c h e c k ........... ..
83
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
54
S a v in g s d e n o s its .........
5"4 C ertified c h e c k s .............
ou t­
00 C a s h ie r ’s c h e c k s
s t a n d in g .................
90
R e s e r v e d f o r ta x e s an d
in t e r e s t . .......................
00
82

Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...$ 1 ,0 3 5 .2 2 1
O v e r d r a fts ......................
1,324
U. S.. sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
534,982
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e ­
c u r itie s ........................
8,800
D u e fr o m a n p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s . ..............
301,045
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
13,630
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u s e .............................
7,3 47
G o ld c o i n .............................
24,685
S ilv e r c o in ......................
5,438
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
34,648
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
290

T o ta l ......................$1 ,9 6 8 ,5 1 4 91


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$100,000 00
100,000 00
72 ,224 27
21,779 34
519,042 51
152,621 57
991,889 42
9 70
948 09
10 ,000 00

T o ta l ...................... $ 1 ,9 6 8 ,5 1 4 91

180

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 .

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 sst. C a sh ier.
W . A . M U C K , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A d a m K is p e r t,
G eo. F . B u llw in k e l,
O. F . R o e s s le r .

G e o r g e J. K is p e r t,
G eo. C o p e la n d ,
L y n n H. S m ith ,
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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . . $550,802 54 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
1,072 39 S u rp lu s fu n d .........
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le s s
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
133,458 75
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
25,000 00
ta x e s p a id ........... ..
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
7,500 00 D ue to b a n k s — d e p o s its
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e .Individual deposits, subs e r v e b a n k s ................
133,911 94
je c t to c h e c k ................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
D em a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
6,348 57
d e p o s i t ...........................
G o ld c o in .........................
5,810 00 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
S ilv e r c o in .......................
1,692 00 B ills p a y a b le ..................
U„ S. an d n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y .............................
12,215 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........
500 94
T o ta l ......................

$878,312 13

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

$60,000 00
40,000 00
10,264 10
53 90
174,605 06
495,139 54
73,249 53
25,000 00

$878,312 13

Jefferson—The Jefferson County Bank.
J. W . P U E R N E R , P re s id e n t.
L. M. S M ITH , V ic e P re s id e n t.
J. W . P u e r n e r ,
W . S H e n ry ,
W m . C. M a y e r,
L. J. M iste le ,

W . S. H E N R Y , C ash ier.
M. B E C K , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. W . H eid ,
L. M. S m ith,
E m il S to p p e n b a ch .

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R , 1856.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k Septem ber 4, 1875.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$572,756 94 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
239 17 S u rp lu s fu n d .,................
U. S.. sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
89,818 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
6,000 00
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
ta x e s p a id ..................
F u r n it u r e and fix t u r e s .
1,5 00 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k . . ...........
s e r v e b a n k s ................
129,982 84 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
2,2 04 88
d e p o s it ...........................
C h eck s on oth er ba n ks
S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
a n d c a sh i t e m s ...........
345 49
G o ld c o in .........................
3,185 00
S ilv e r c o in ......................
2,4 06 65
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
16,835 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
253 03
T ota l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$825,527 00

T ota l

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

-■
$75,000 00
25,000 00
10 ,376 12
195,712 37
315,388 51
204,050 00

$825,527 00

R E P O R T S O E STATE B AN K S.

18i

Jim Falls—Jim Falls State Bank.
J. W . T H O M A S , P re s id e n t.
O. F . S T E L T E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

B a r n e y D r e se l,
H.
J. E llsw orth ,
L . S. B ue,

H. J. E L L S W O R T H , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
O. F . S telter,
J. W . T h om a s.

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 24, 1917.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
$28,669 12 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
u
n
d
iv
id
e
d
p
ro
fits , le s s
52 07
O v e r d r a fts ......................
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
ta x e s p a id ..................
200 00
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
1,237 75 Individu al deposits, subF u r n itu r e an d fix t u r e s .
je c t to c h e c k ................
275 00
O th e r r e a l e sta te o w n e d
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e 3,587 29
p o s it ...............................
s e r v e b a n k s ................
3 77 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
50 01
s t a n d in g ......................
a n d c a sh i t e m s ...........
25 00
G o ld c o in ........................
553 17
S ilv e r c o in ......................
CJ. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r 2,0 95 00
r e n c y .............................
72 40
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
20 00
R e v e n u e sta m p s ...........
T o ta l ......................

$36,840 58

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

$10,000 00
589 16
21,155 26
3,621 09
949 47
525 60

$36,840 58

Johnson Creek—Mansfield’s Bank.
F R E D C. M A N S F IE L D , P re s id e n t.

C. L. H U B B S , C a sh ier.
G E O R G E O. W O L F , A sst. C a sh ier,

D IR E C T O R S .
F r e d C. M an sfield ,
C. L. H u b b s,

G e o r g e O. W o lf .
,

. i . i ¡1 .'i ¡A!

i

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 18, 1895.
In corp orated as a State B an k N ovem ber 5, 1901.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
$112,519 15 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
123 17 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id e d .profits, le ss
J . S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
40,950 00
t a x e s p a id ..................
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e ­
D
u
e to b a n k s — d e p o s its
c u r itie s ........................
1,0 00 00
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . . . . .
4,0 00 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
j
e
c t to c h e c k ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
1,225 75
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
p o s it ...............................
s e r v e b a n k s ...........
34,735 18
G o ld c o in .........................
810 00 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
S ilv e r c o in ......................
377 20 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ......................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
4,0 64 00
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
47 30
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$199,851 75

T o ta l

$15,000 00
4,096 78
3 ,6 06 08
1,596 78
69,311 62
89,866 23
2,5 94 58
13,779 68

$199,851 75

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D E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R OB' B A N K IN C .

Juda—The Bank of Juda.
JO H N K R Y D E R , P re s id e n t.
B.
H. R O D E R IC K , V ic e P re s id e n t.

John K ry d er,
B. H. R o d e r ic k ,
V.
I. C o rso n ,
C. H. H a ll,

V. I. •CORSON, C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. F . M ille r,
j . W . M cE lw e e ,
I r a D. J oh n son .
..........

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 3, 1903.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u g u st 11, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
$63,241 10 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
426 81 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
B a n k in g h o u s e . . . . . . . .
2,700 00 .. u u iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
1,500 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
u u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ta x e s p a id ..................
s e r v e b a n k s ................
7,528 76 In d ividu al deposits, s u p D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
je c t to c h e c k ................
2,996 90
c h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d ea n d ca sh i t e m s ...........
3,329 23
p o s it ......... ......................
G o ld c o in .........................
,5 00
S ilv e r c o in ......................
161 10
J . S. an d n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y .............................
1,053 00
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
27 28
T o ta l ................. . .

$82,969 18

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

\

$10,000 00
5,300 00
1,129 51
36,796 90
29,742 77

$82,969 18

4

Junction—Junction State Bank.
H.
G. G R A S H O R N , P re s id e n t.
J. A. B A R W I G , V ic e P re s id e n t.

S. J. S E B O R A , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. G. G r a sh o rn ,
S. J. S eb o ra ,
S. M. Q u a w ,

C. A . B a r w ig ,
J a c o b R o th .
j.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 4, 1909.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s a n d d is c o u n t s . . .
$80,688 71 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
u r p lu s f u n d ................
O v e r d r a fts ......................
1,377 42
J. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
11,000 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
B a n k in g h o u s e . . . . . . .
2,350 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
1,978 00 Individu al deposits, subD ue fr o m a p p r o v e d re je c t to c h e c k . ..............
s e r v e b a n k s ................
15,855 58 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d eD ue fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
8,829 98
p o s it ...............................
G o ld c o in .........................
150 00 S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
S ilv e r c o in ......................
• 1,108 35
TJ. S. a n d n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y .............................
5,499 00
235 81
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
T o t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$129,072 85

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

$10,000 00
2,000 00
2,168 13
37,039 18
56,788 40
21,077 14

$129,072 85

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183

Juneau— Citiz ens Bank of Juneau.
V. E. H A L L O C K , P re s id e n t.
M. H A R T Z H E IM , V ic e P re s id e n t.
S id n e y R . J o n e s,
F.
W . G e b h a r d t,
W.
E. H a ilo c k ,

F. W . G E R H A R D T , C a sh ier.
A R T H U R R . H E M M Y , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F e rd . L in d e m a n n ,
M. H a rtzh e im ,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 6, 1891.
I n c o r p o r a t e d as a S ta te B a n k F e b r u a r y 3, 1896.
S ta te m e n t November* 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
$40,000 00
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$421,602 88 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
20 ,000 00
O v e r d r a fts .............
290 24 S u rp lu s fu n d ............... .
u n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
J . S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
34,323 62
ta x e s p a id ..................
14,138 10
B a n k in g h o u se ..............
9,400 00
F u r n it u r e a n d fix t u r e s .
2,0 00 U0 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je
c
t
to
c
h
e
c
k
...
213,224
96
w th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
2,0 00 00
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
p o s it ...............................
176,063 95
s e r v e b a n k s ................
110,076 87
S a v in g s d e p o s it s
......
120,492 87
C h ecks on o th e r ba n ks
an d c a s h it e m s ...........
92 40 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g .............
9,007 70
G o ld c o in .........................
5,5 95 00
Silver coin ...................... .
1,100 45
j . S. a n d n a tio n a l c u r ­
6,233 00
r e n c y .............................
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
213 02
C ash s h o r t ......................
10
T o ta l ......................

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

$592,927 58

$592,927 58

Kaukauna—Farmers and Merchants Bank.
JO H N S C H M ID T , P re s id e n t.
vVM. F. H O H M A N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

H. W E IF E N B A C H , C a sh ier.
u ü

D IR E C T O R S .
C o n ra d T im m ers,
C has. A p p le to n ,
H. E. T h o m p s o n ,
J. L. C o on en ,
J. B. H u rk m a n .

J o h n S ch m id t,
J oh n J a c k e ls ,
H. W e ife n b a c h ,
W . F. H o h m a n ,
M. A . L e m k e ,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 6, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
Q. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h eck s on o th e r ban ks
a n d c a s h i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. a n d 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 .........
T o ta l ................. ....


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$224,844 48
1,069 93
8,6 76 00
2 ,1 54 46
16,208 47
2,4 96 48
3,2 80 00
650 50
7,983 00
176 06
$267,539 38

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ......... ,. . . .
n d iv id e d p ro fits, le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
t a x e s p a id ..................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
V in e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
bx v in g s d e p o s it s .........
C e rtifie d c h e c k s ...........
N o te s an d b ills r e d is ­
c o u n te d .........................
T o ta l ......................

$30,000 00
3,0 00 00
3,0 64 14
47,782 34
109,200 70
56,978 64
13 56
17,500 00
$267,539 38

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 I N G .

Kaukauna—The Bank of Kaukauna.
JO H N M cN A U G H T O N , P re s id e n t.
Li. L IN D A U E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

F . A . T O W S L E T , C a sh ier.
C. A. T O W S D E Y , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G eo. O. B ergstrom ,,
F red H oeh ne,
J u d s o n G. R o s e b u s h ,
L . L in d a u e r ,

J o h n M cN a u g h to n ,
F . A . T o w s le y ,
M. A . W e r t h e im e r ,
J. C. K im b e r ly .

E S T A B D IS H E D JU DY, 1881.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k F e b ru a ry 3, 1896.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
x^oans a n d d is c o u n t s . . . $332,102 07 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ........... ..
75 43 Surplus fu nd .............
u. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U ndivided profits, less
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
226,175 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
19,000 00
t a x e s p a id ..................
F u r n it u r e a n d fix t u r e s .
4,325 00 D iv id e n d s u n p a i d .........
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d re Individu al deposits, su bs e r v e b a n k s ................
59,386 73
j e c t to c h e c k ................
C h eck s on o th e r ba n ks
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e an d c a s h i t e m s ...........
246 86
p o s it ...............................
G o ld c o in .........................
8,0 10 00 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
S ilv e r c o in ......................
3,269 10 C e rtifie d c h e c k s ...........
U. S. a n d n a tio n a l c u r P o s ta l s a v i n g s ................
r e n c y .............................
10,067 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
363 83
1 ; 1 l 1. v
T o ta l ......................

$663,021 02

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

$80,000 00
20,000 00
19,111 55
120 00
91,792 15
192,167
258,179
1,322
327

86
36
77
33

$663,021 02

Kendall—Farmers and Merchants Bank of Kendall.
F R A N C IS D U N C A N , P resident.
D U T H E R B U S W E D D , V ic e P residen t.

GEO. H. R O B E R T S O N , Cashier.
, ¡jd

D IR E C T O R S .
Jam es D yddy,
D uther B usw ell,
F ra n cis D uncan,
Jas. E. D w yer,
H. P. W affle,

P a trick F inucain,
V. E. A rzt,
Chas. R ueckheim ,
H erm an M oe,
Gus R oloff.

E S T A B D IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 11, 1913.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
Doans and d i s c o u n t s ....
$129,937 10 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
7 8 6 9 Surplus fu n d ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s...........
3,150 00
current expenses and
B an k in g h o u s e .................
6,000 00
taxes paid ....................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
3 ,3 48 50 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
D ue fro m approved re ­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve banks ..................
27,188 88 D em and certificates o f
C hecks o n other banks
deposit ....................... . ..
an d cash ite m s .............
162 60 T im e certificates o f deG old coin ...........................
1,2 65 00 i p osit .................................
S ilver coin .........................
570 30 Savings deposits ..............
U. S. an d nation al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
2,383 00
N ickels an d cen ts.............
35 82
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

$174,119 89

T ota l

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

$23,000 00
3,0 00 00
950 06
31,270 41
2,063 37
112,724 23
2,7 11 82

$174,119 89

185

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS.

Kendall—Kendall State Bank.
G.
R . H IL L , P residen t.
O. R. H O L M E S , V ice P resident.
F R E D Z IM M E R M A N , 2nd V ic e Pres.
G. R . H ill,
O. R. H olm es,
F red Zim m erm an,

C H A S. M A R Q U E T T E , Cashier.
H A R R Y A. R O G E R S , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H a rr y A. R og ers,
_ Chas. M arquette.
r*r|T'r
|

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E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 2, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g house ................
F u rn itu re and fix tu re s. .
D ue fro m ap p roved re serve banks ..................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s. .
C hecks on oth er banks
and cash ite m s.............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ick els and c e n ts ...........
T o ta l

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

$157,045 81
357 93
33,858 75
3,800 00
1,980 00
27,997 76
3,600 63
28 15
202 50
729 75

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
ta x es paid ....................
In d ividu al denosits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep osit .................................
C ash ier’s
checks
ou tstanding .........................

$15,000 00
3,000 00
5,641 83
36,384 95
172,218 53
4,800 20

7,3 78 00
66 23
T ota l

$237,045 51

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

$237,045 51

Kennan—Kennan State Bank.
H U G O K A N D U T S C H . P residen t.
C.
T. B A D E R , V ice P resident.

E. R . B R O W N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C.
E.

F. J. K an du tsch ,
H u g o K an du tsch ,
John G ilbert,

Ff

i

F. B ader,
R . B row n.

i

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 19, 1914.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
B an k in g hou se ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fr o m ap p roved re ­
serve b a n k s ..................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s ..
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s..............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ..............
Cash sh ort ........................
Suspense ............................
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities,
$51,565 02 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus
f
u
n
d
....................
264 83
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
3,2 41 59
ta x e s paid ....................
2,500 00
2,163 75 Individu al deposits, su b, je c t to c h e c k ..................
1,2 40 44 T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit ...............................
440 01
S avings d e p o s i t s ..............
checks
ou t­
238 38 C ash ier’ s
standing .........................
8250
660 65 lN otes and bills red is­
coun ted ...........................
705 00
55 10
674
81 92
$63,245 93

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
160 00
681 59
30,039 92
' 10,795 94
5,621 86
2,946 62
3,000 00

$63,245 93

186

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 .

Kenosha— Citizens Bank of Kenosha.
W . J. W E R N E R , President.
P. 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 .
W . J. W ern er,
F ra n k N elson,
F. J. K ra ft,
F ra n k Oherst,
E. T. O ’B rien,
Geo. Harboug'h,
E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 14, 1915.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$200,514 71 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
339 40 Surplus fu n d ...................
U. S., state, m unicipal
L'ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
126,877 76
current expenses and
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
8,950 45
ta x es paid ....................
D ue fro m approved r e ­
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
serve banks ..................
24,645 91
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D u e fro m other b a n k s ..
1,6 96 80 T im e certificates o f d e­
C hecks on other banks
p osit .................................
and cash ite m s.............
96 30 S avings d e p o s i t s ..............
E x ch a n g e s fo r clearin g
C ertified c h e c k s ................
house ..........
3,2 78 85 C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
502 50
G old coin ...........................
stand ing .........................
Silver coin ........................
1,6 73 50 B ills p ay able ....................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
R eserved fo r t a x e s .........
re n cy ...............................
11,831 00
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
585 84
C ollection accou n t .........
40 00
T ota l

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

$380,033 02

T otal

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

$50,000 00
2,750 00
3,8 65 68
158,058 89
50,323 04
90,117 51
4,608 65
925
20,000 00
300 00

$380,033 02

Kenosha,—Merchants & Savings Bank.
H. B. R O B IN S O N , President.
H. W . J E F F E R Y , V ice President.

N. A. R O W E . Cashier.
JOS. F U N C K , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C, E. R em er,
W . W . V incent,
W . J. B erm ingham ,
M athias W erv e,
C hrist Petersen,
F red Larsen,

W . J. F rost,
H. B. R obin son,
H. W . Jeffery,
N. A. R ow e,
Jos. F unck,
M. N. F unck.
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 1, 1897.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k Ju ly 6, 1901.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$721,776 57 Capital stock paid in. . . .
O v erdrafts ........................
2,9 82 77 Surplus fund .....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
an d other b o n d s ...........
310,020 27
current expenses and
B an k in g hou se ................
25,000 00
taxes p a i d ......................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
10,000 00 Individual deposits, su b­
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
je c t to check . . . . . . . .
serve b a n k s ....................
7 2,520 89 D em and certificates o f
D ue fr o m other b a n k s ..
89,927 81
deposit .............
C hecks on other banks
S avings deposits ...........
and cash ite m s .............
3,549 44 P osta l s a v i n g s ..................
E x ch an ges fo r clearing
N otes and bills red is­
house ...............................
8,345 28
coun ted ...........................
G old coin ...........................
6,518 00 B ills p a y a b l e ....................
S ilver coin ......................
3,019 35 R eserved fo r t a x e s .........
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
55,316 00
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
900 68
U. S. lib erty b o n d s .........
27,600 00
B on d s to secure postal
savin gs ...........................
8,000 00
D ue fro m U. S. treasurer
1,000 00
T ota l

...................... $ 1 ,3 4 6 ,4 7 7 06


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

T o ta l

$100,000 00
11,000 00
4,146 68
516,429 14
134,866 87
415,807 86
6,000 00
50,150 00
100,000 00
8,076 51

...................... $ 1 ,3 4 6 ,4 7 7 06

REPORTS

187

OF STATE BANKS.

Kewaskum—Bank of Kewaskum.
A. L. R O S E N H E IM E R , P resident.
M. R O S E N H E IM E R , V ice P resident.
G E O R G E P E T R I, 2nd V ice President.

B. H. R O S E N H E IM E R , Cashier.
N. W . R O S E N H E IM E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. A. Runnel,
O. E. L ay,

A . D. R osenh eim er,
M. R osenheim er,
A. W . K och ,
G eorge P etri,

B. H. R osenheim er,
N. W . R osenheim er.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 15, 1904.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s .. . . . .
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m ap p roved re­
serve banks ... . ............
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al c u r­
re n cy ...............................
N ick els and c e n t s ...........

$546,286 92 C ap ita l stock paid in . . . .
2,670 20 S urplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
51,183 21
tax es paid ....................
10,000 00
Ind
ividu al deposits, su b­
5,000 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
98 ,075 18 T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit ...............................
199 85 S avings d e p o s i t s ..............
checks
ou t­
2,085 00 C ashier’ s
standing ........................
1 ,5 84 70

T o ta l

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

$40,000 00
20,000 00
19,338 79
124,353 50
428,782 18
79,752 57
18,009 11

13,050 00
101 09
T ota l

$730,236 15

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

$730,236 15

Kewaskum—Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
C H R IS T S C H A E F E R , ,TR„ P resident.
L O U IS D. G U T H , V ice President.

E IA V Y N M. R O M A IN E , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C hrist S chaefer,
Geo. M. R om aine,
A u g u st H eberer,
E m il C. B ackhaus,
W . Kippenhan,
H erm an W . M eilahn,

A. L. Simon,
L ou is D. Guth,
A rth u r .T. K och ,
Joseph U m b s,.
E lw y n M. R om aine.

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 7, 1917.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
P rem ium on b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house .................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m approved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al curren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ..............
T ota l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$56,193 17 C apital stock pa id i n . . . .
197 91 U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
ta x es paid ....................
11,149 00
70 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
6,250 00
3,500 00 T im e certificates o f dep osit ...............................
14,702 27 Savings d e p o s i t s .............
C ash ier’s
checks
out282 64
stand ing .........................
375 00
197 30

$25,000 00
1,4 6 4 35
11,495 62
47,703 97
8,272 57
370 05

1,2 82 00
107 27
$94,306 56

T ota l

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

$94,306 56

188

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 .

Kewaunee—Dairymans State Bank.
M A T T C E R V E N T , P resident.
M. J. R U D E B E C K , V ice P resident.
G E O R G E E R IC K S E N , 2nd V ice Pres.

J. E. H U T C H IS O N , Cashier.
J. J. S C H U L T Z , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R . C. B ach,
W . W . K ilw ig,
R . C. Ostereich,
Jno. S lifka,
M. Cerveny,
H. K itzerow ,
J. P ribyl,
F red A rians,

Geo. E ricksen,
L. M eyer,
M. J. R udebeck,
Edw. Zeittler,
A . D ishm aker,
C. Olsen,
J. W . R iha.
E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 2, 1915.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$322,119 26 C ap ita l stock paid i n . . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
198 80 Surplus fu n d ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and oth er b o n d s ...........
32,060 00
cu rren t expenses and
B a n k in g hou se ................
10,908 00
ta x es paid ....................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
8,658 36 D ividen ds unpaid ...........
D ue fro m a p p roved re ­
In d iv idu al deposits, su b­
serve banks ..................
51,618 10
je c t to c h e c k . . . . .........
C hecks on oth er banks
T im e certificates o f de­
and cash ite m s .............
175 74
p osit ...............................
G old coin ...........................
1 ,1 72 50 S avings d e p o s i t s ..............
S jlv er coin .........................
7 9 2 3 5 C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
IT. S. and nation al cu r­
standing .........................
4,6 21 00
ren cy ...............................
96 33
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l

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

$432,420 44

T ota l

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

$85,000 00
8,750 00
1,3 35 9 2
10 00
67,285 11
277,733 67
38,505 10
3,800 64

$432,420 44

Kewaunee—Farmers and Merchants State Bank of Kewaunee.
O. H. B R U E M M E R , P re s id e n t.
P. L. G. R E I N K E , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W . C. E D W A R D S , C a sh ier.
J. G. W A L E C K A , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
O. H. B ru e m m e r,
F. J. W o c h o s ,
P. L. G. R e in k e ,
H e n r y A. D v o r a k ,

F r e d C. A u d e,
A . W . T e sk e ,
r J a c o b G asch e.
■| "Vi

!*' ! .Hi

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 17, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
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.. sta te , m /un icip al
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se . . . . . . . .
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d ca sh i t e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u se ...........
G o ld co in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
T o t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$519,917 29
729 44
67,010 00
11,250 00
5 ,5 00 00
51,552 73
1,0 01 49
275 00
4 ,3 3 0 00
804 85

Liabilities.
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 ed p ro fits, le s s
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 iv id e n d s u n p a i d ......... '
In d ividu al deposits, su b ­
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 its .........
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ..................... •
B ills p a y a b le ..................

$35,000 00
10,000 00
6,173 16
15 00
86,484 78
454,115 00
57,630 48
1,602 12
20,000 00

8,532 00
117 74
$671,020 54

T o ta l „ ..................

$671,020 54

189

R E P O R T S OF STATE B AN K S.

Kewaunee—State Bank of Kewaunee.
L. A L B E R T K A R E L , P re s id e n t.

V . H . JA N D A , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L . A lb e r t K a r e l,
J o h n M. B o r g m a n ,
John L. H aney,

'

G e o r g e A . D u v a ll,
A n t o n K ie w e g .
, .

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E , 1876.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k Ja n u a ry 30, 1892.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities. Resources.
$60,000 00
L oan s and d is c o u n t s ...
$630,586 31 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in ,..
15,000 00
O v e r d r a fts ......................
879 55 su rp lu s fu n d ..................
In d ividu al deposits, suDU. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
„c to c h e c k ................
100,810 50
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
202,450 00
B a n k in g h o u s e ..............
10,000 00 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
781,136 04
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
5,0 00 00
10,944 78
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
7,0 00 00 S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
C e rtifie d c h e c k s . . . . . . .
237 51
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
73,858 42
s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h eck s on oth er ba n k s
a n d c a s h i t e m s ...........
564 11
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g ­
h o u s e ...............................
3,5 98 79
G o ld c o in .........................
15,337 50
S ilv e r c o in ......................
3,4 11 50
U. S. a n d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
11,086 00
681 54
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
I n s u r a n c e p re m iu m s a d ­
v a n c e d ...........................
3,0 47 60
E x p e n s e .............................
627 51
T o t a l ......................

$968,128 83

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

$968,128 83

Kiel— Citizens State Bank.
D. F . N A U T H , P re s id e n t.
C H A S. A. B A H R , V ic e P re s id e n t.
D. F. N au th ,
C has. A . B a h r,
T h e o . W . S c h r e ib e r ,
O tto S to e ltin g ,
G eo. P. M e y e r ,'

A L B E R T W A G E N K N E C H T , C a sh ier.
M E L V IN T IM M , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Jas. L. V o e lk e r ,
I
E. P. K n a u f,
A lb e r t W a g e n k n e c h t,
C has. R a q u e t.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 26, 1914.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s a n d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e a n d fix t u r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. a n d 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 .........
T o t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$25,000
$222,278 65 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S
u
rp
lu
s
fu
n
d
..................
1,5 00
469 62
J n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
10,753 80
t a x e s p a id ..................
4,8 8 7
2,1 80 89
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..
132,096
81,587 30
3,1 57 25 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
144,558
777 50
S a v in g s d e p o s it s
.....
21,199
1 ,1 54 15
86 99
$329,243 15

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

00
00
81
99
83
52

$329,243 15

190

Ü E P Ö R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O E BANKING«-.

Kiel—State Bank of Kiel.
J. B. L A U N , P re s id e n t.
H. C. M E SC H , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W . J. T A Y L O R , C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H. C. M esch ,
W. J. T a y lo r .

H. S. E ld r e d ,
J. B. L a u n ,
W . P. W a g n er,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 1, 1898.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
R esources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$433,717 81 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
530 82 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
o v e r d r a f t s ......................
D. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
u u iv id e d p ro fits, le s s
an d o th e r b o n d s . . . . .
9,1 00 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
11,500 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
F u r n it u r e a n d fix t u r e s .
2,335 00 ^Individual deposits, su b ­
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
1,484 93
j e c t to c h e c k ................
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
89,672 47
p o s it ........
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
8,6 76 85 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
C h ecks on oth e r ba n ks
P o s ta l s a v i n g s ................
a n d c a s h i t e m s ...........
2,9 55 93
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u se .............................
854 96
G o ld c o in .........................
972 50
1,0 80 75
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. a n d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
13,232 00
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
118 56
C a sh s h o r t .......................
5 50
T o t a l ......................

$576,238 08

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

$75,000 00
25,000 00
9,199 87
179,350 71
216,644 73
44,898 61
144 16

$576,238 08

Kilboum—Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
R.
D. B A R N E Y , P re s id e n t.
T H O S . M. M cM A N M A N , V ic e P res.

A . C. T E N N IS O N , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
T h o s. M. M cM an m a n ,

r

D T

JaS' F - D o u g h e r t y .

H N e iin m a n ’

. d . B arney

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 26, 1910.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$222,128 75 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
$20,000
O v e r d r a fts ......................
200 72 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
4,0 00
J. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
jn d iv i d e d p rofits, le s s
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
71,350 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
B a n k in g h o u s e ..............
4,000 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
4,6 66
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
3,0 00 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
j e c t to c h e c k .
63,707
s e r v e b a n k s ................
43,698 46 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
p o s it ..............
230,894
h o u s e .............................
651 01 S a v in g s d e p o s it s . . . . .
27,801
G o ld c o in .........................
240 00 P o s ta l s a v i n g s .
634
S ilv e r c o in ......................
1,1 46 05
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
5,047 00
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
211 79
R e v e n u e s ta m p s ...........
30 00
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$351,703 78

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

00
00
26
65
26
44
17

$351,703 78

191

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS.

Kilbourn—Kilbourn State Bank.
D. N. C O A P M A N , C ash ier.
E. H . R O T H E , A sst. C a sh ier.
O. P H E E E A N D , A sst. C ash ier.

W . S. S T R O U D , P re s id e n t.

D IR E C T O R S .
L. N. C o a p m a n ,
W . Si S trou d ,

K- M. S tro u d .

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1884.
In corporated as a State B an k A u g u st 7, 190o.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R e so u r c e s.

L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s .. .
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o th e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se ..............
^ u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
C h ecks on o th e r ba n ks
a n d c a sh it e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u s e .............................
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. an d 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 .........
T o t a l ......................

$369,259 98
155,380 00
10,000 00
37,696 90
7,025 94
421 38
931 51
1,180 00
2,063 00

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
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 an d
ta x e s p a id ..................
in d iv id u a l deposits, su b ­
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 it s .........
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ......................
D e b e n tu r e s ........... . . . .

$20,000 00
20,000 00
2,568 08
75,017 99
410,477 19
56,043 01
4,198 68
1,031 08

5,195 00
182 32
$589,336 03

$589,336 03

T o ta l

Kingston—Kingston State Bank.
E D W . V A U G H A N , P re s id e n t.
A . O. E L L IS O N , V ic e P re s id e n t,

S. M. V a u g h a n ,
Ed. V a u g h a n ,
J. T. S haw ,
F r a n k U m b re it,

J. T. S H A W , C ash ier.
H. V O L K M A N N , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . O. E llis o n ,
Jam.es C a rter,
'
W . W . H u n te r.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 5, 1909.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., s ta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
F u r n it u r e a n d fix tu r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
G o ld c o in .........................
s i l v e r c o in ......................
U. S. a n 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 .........

$99,886 95 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
169 08 ju r p lu s fu n d ............. •
un divided p ro fits, less
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
11,000 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
3,500 00
800 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
4,163 04 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
860 00
410 80

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$15,000 00

1,200 00
1,094 79

18,948 24
86,779 71

2,185 00
47 87
$123,022 74

T o ta l

$123,022 74

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REPORT

OF

THE

COMMISSIONER

OF

BANKING.

Knapp—State Bank of Knapp.
.. M. R O B IN SO N , P re s id e n t.
. . . H. F R A N C IS , V ic e P re s id e n t.

' C. R . C A S E , C a sh ier.
C. W . M A U , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W illia m R o b in s o n ,
W . H. F r a n c is ,

C. R. C ase.

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 12, 1904.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rce d .
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
■ O verdrafts .......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e a n d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h ecks on oth er ban ks
a n d c a s h i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
iiv e r c o in ......................
U. S. a n 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 .........
In s u r a n c e a c c o u n t . . . .
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$164,498 S'S C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
167 70 su rp lu s fu n d ..................
..u iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
13,000 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
3,5 0 0 00
t a x e s p a id ..................
1,000 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
j e c t to c h e c k ................
21,295 39 l'im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ................................
172 16 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
1,6 60 00 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
978 90
s t a n d in g ...........

$10,000 00
4,5 00 00
5,772 59
76,935 21
77,260 03
33,605 76
1,682 07

2,9 51 00
124 68
407 45
$209,755 66

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

$209,755 66

Knowles—Knowles State Bank.
W M . N A S T , P re s id e n t.
GEO. W . N A S T , V ic e P re s id e n t.

A. K U H N , C a sh ier.
A R T H U R P. S T E R R , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. A . N ast,
P e te r P. S terr.
C has. J a n d ry .

W m . N ast,
G eo. W . N ast,
M . J. N ast,
H. F. N ast,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 24, 1915.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
P re m iu m o n b o n d s . . . .
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in .......................
U. S. a n d 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 .........
T o t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$55,121 05 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . ,
n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
6,895 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
41 75
ta x e s p a id ..................
3 ,5 00 00 (Individual deposits, su b­
3,128 38
je c t t o c h e c k ............. ;
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
8,1 57 47
p o s it .................................
7,1 06 62 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
300 00
308 20

$15,000 00
130 00
29,255 43
37,999 16
7,838 45

5,619 00
45 57
$90,223 04

T o ta l

$90,223 04

'r e p o r t s

of

state

b a n k s

.

193

La Crosse—Exchange State Bank.
C. P. T H O M P S O N , P re s id e n t.
JOS. P . G O H R E S , V ic e P re s id e n t.
G e o r g e B. P h illip s ,
C. P. T h o m p s o n ,
P e te r N e lso n ,

R O B E R T B. L O W R Y , C ash ier.
W . J. L O W R Y , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J o s e p h P. G oh res,
R ob t. L ow ry.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R

4, 1889.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g house; .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v 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 o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ...................
j . 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 .........

$212,308 99
511 29

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

$474,277 93

204,541 08
4,5 00 00
1,200 00
33,368 13
1,698 61
3,0 60 00
3,0 03 10

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id
in ..
$25,000
10,500
s u r p lu s fu n d ..................
J n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a id ..................
4,4 71
D iv id e n d s u n p a id
....
20
Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ...
137,154
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
72,923
p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s
.
224,102
C e rtifie d c h e c k s .............
105

00
00
96
00
44
06
86
61

9,974 00
112 73
T o ta l ......................

$474,277 93

La Crosse—Security Savings Bajik of La Crosse
A. G U N D E R S E N , P re s id e n t.
N.
F R E Y , V ic e P re s id e n t.
B.
F . K E E L E R , 2nd V ic e P re s id e n t.

J. A . T H W IN G , C ash ier.
J. B. B R E N N E R , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
O le E lb e r ts o n ,
N. F r e y ,
L. J. K ilia n ,
A . G u n d e rsen .

J. A . T h w in g ,
B.
F . K e e le r ,
O la f R.i S k a a r,
W m . F. W o lf e ,

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 1, 1894.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u r c e s.

L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
T a x c e r t ific a t e s ...........
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
Due fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h ecks on oth e r ban ks
a n d c a s h i t e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e .............................
G o ld c o in ........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
. 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 .........
F o r e ig n c o in an d c u r r e n c y ................,............
T o ta l ......................
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Liabilities.
$386,065 72 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
1,448 04 S u rp lu s fu n d .........
u n d iv id ed p rofits, le ss
56,300 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s and
824 99
ta x e s p a id .........
4,000 00 D iv id e n d s u n p a id . .
.
12,431 88 Ind ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k . . . .
45,049 69 D em an d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ..................
27 44 S a v in g s d e p o s its
C e rtifie d c h e c k s .
6,129 69 C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t 1,590 00
s t a n d in g .............
784 50

$30,000 on
6,000 00
4,957 36
45 00
160,809 13
47,691 86
265,102 90
167 23
4,026 31

3,961 00
118 75
58 09
$518,799 79

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

$518,799 79

194

REPORT

OF

THE

COMMISSIONER

OF

BANKING.

La Crosse—State Bank of La Crosse.
JO H N C. B U R N S, P re s id e n t.
L. H. M A R T IN , V ic e P re s id e n t.

A. B e lle ru e ,
J. M. H o lle y ,
H. A. K r o n e r ,

J. M. H O L L E Y . C ash ier.
A. H. E R IC K S O N , A sst. C a sh ier.
R. J. R A Y , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J a m es T h o m p s o n ,
L. H. M a rtin ,
J o h n C. B u rn s,
J os. M iller.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 7, 1879.
In corp orated as a. State B an k July 31, 1883.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s

L oa n s an d d is c o u n t s . . . $1 ,0 3 2 ,3 4 6
337
J . S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
356,308
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
40,000
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
15,000
H ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ................
264,760
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
31,513
C h ecks on oth er ba n ks
a n d ca sh i t e m s ...........
269
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
h o u se .............................
12,304
Oolrl r.oin ........................
13 735
S ilv e r c o in ......................
3,298
U .'S . an d n a tio n a l c u r r e n c y .......................... .
41,554
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
446

62 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
19 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
J n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
88
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a id . ................
00
00 D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s its
: In d ividu al deposits, su bj e c t to c h e c k ................
05
38 I m and c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
48 S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
C e rtifie d c h e c k s ...........
34 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t s t a n d in g ........... ,..........
00
06 R e s e r v e d f o r ta x e s and
in t e r e s t .........................
00
96

T o ta l ...................... $ 1 ,811 ,873 96

$100,000 00
50,000 00
15,577 26
196,522 37
392,303 00
299,677 87
739,877 72
270 02
4,145 73
13,500 00

T o ta l ......................$ 1 ,811 ,873

96

Ladysmith—Rusk County Bank.
W . F. O’CON N OR, P re s id e n t.
G L E N N H. W IL L IA M S , V ic e P res.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . F . O’C o n n o r,
G len n H. W illia m s ,
H. A. D im .ock,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r
Resources.
D oan s a n d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
S to c k s and o t h e r s e ­
c u r itie s .........................
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
F u r n it u r e a n d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
C h eck s on oth er ba n ks
a n d c a s h i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
J. S. an d 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 .........
C e r tific a te f o r lib e r t y
lo a n ...............................
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L.

C. S T R E A T E R

C ash ier.

L. C. S trea ter,
M. H. B a llo w .
15, 1911.
20, 1917.

Liabilities.
$197,216 55 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
398 41 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
200 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
ta x e s p a id ..................
500 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
7,3 00 00
je c t to c h e c k ................
2,0 00 00
¡m e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
16,830 88 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
3,783 70 C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ......................
1,145 80
100 00
966 50

$25,000 00
1,600 00
2,4 50 34
99,166 74
61,002 81
48,078 37
4,145 72

4,442 00
89 33
5,200 00
$240,173 17

T o ta l

$240,173 17

REPORTS

OF

STATE

BANKS.

195

Ladysmith—State Bank of Ladysmith.
R. O. S IN C L A IR , P re s id e n t.
D. F . C L A R K , V ic e P re s id e n t.

J. O. S IN C L A IR , C ash ier.
H. H. H IN T O N , A sst. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .

R.
D.
R.
F.

S. J o h n so n ,
F . C la rk ,
O. S in cla ir,
W. T u b b s,

R . H. B u rn s,
J. O. S in cla ir,
N. J. S m ith.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 7, 1903.
In corporated as a State B an k S eptem ber 4, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s and d is c o u n t s . . .
( t v e r d r a f t s ........................
U. S., sta te , m u n c ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .,...
S to c k s a n d o th e r s e c u r itie s
.....................
B an king- h o u s e ................
F u r n itu 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 fr o m a p p r o v e d re serve ba n k s . . . . . . . . .
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u se .............................
G o ld 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 ...........

$433,912 52 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
3,729 29 S u rp lu s fu n d .....................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, less
1,000 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a i d ....................
1,190 07 D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s its
11,500 00 In d iv id u a l deposits, sub4,464 75
je c t to c h e c k .............
10,669 11 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d ep o s it ............. .................
17,311 89 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............
11,790 16 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 t st.a.n fling* . . . .
1,293 97
132 50 P o s ta l s a v i n g s ............. ..
1,131 55 N o te s a n d b ills r e d is c o u n te d .........................
12,444 00 B ills p a y a b l e ........... . . .
31 42

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

$510,601 23

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

$35,000 00
15,000 00
3,711 51
890 25
177,415 24
’ 136,982 98
100,093 14
1,276 74
5 Q25
’ 590 38
23,715 00
10,000 00
$510,601 23

La Farge—Bank of La Farge.
J. A. H A Y E S . P re s id e n t.
L. L. L A T H R O P , C ash ier.
C A R L O S B U C H A N A N , V ic e P re s.
J. J. C R E E D E N , A sst. C ash ier.
SH-JO-J
!
W . R . D IX O N , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
L. L. L a th r o p ,
C a r lo s B u ch a n a ,
J. J. C reeden ,
J. A. H a y e s ,
E. E. H a g g e r t y .
W . R . D ix o n ,
W m . C hase,
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 1, 1898.
In corp orated as a State B an k A u g u st 29, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u r c e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

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 .........................
U. S., sta te, m u n c ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e c u r itie s .........................
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
O th er r e 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 s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d ca sh i t e m s .........
G o ld c o i n ...........................
S ilv e r c o i n . . , ....................
U. S. a n 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 ...........

$193,086 51 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
1,490 46 S u rp lu s f u 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
2,070 90
an d ta x e s p a i d ...........
557 25 Individu al deposits, sub5,000 00
je c t to c h e c k ................
1,500 00 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e750 00
p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
66,947 50 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t 3,070 76
s t a n d in g .......................
C h ristm a s S a v in g s clu b
184 60
1,110 00
360 65

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


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$20,000 00
2,125 00
448 60
95,456 35
142,759 51
12,954 51
3,595 74
1,243 01
\

2,233 00
191 09
$278,582 72

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

$278,582 72

196

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 .

Lake Mills—Bank of Lake Mills.
S. A . R E E D , P re s id e n t.
C O N R A D E N G S B E R G , V ic e

P res.

E. C. B R O W N , C ash ier.
O. B. C OOM BE, A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C o n ra d E n g s b e r g ,
W . A. E n g sb erg .

S- A . R e e d ,
Wm. E v erson ,
E. C. B r o w n ,

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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

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., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e a n d fix t u r e s .
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
C h eck s on o th e r ba n ks
a n d ca sh i t e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e ...............
G o ld c o i n .....................
S ilv e r c o i n ...................
U. S. a n d 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 . . . . . .
T o t a l ......................

L ia b ilitie s .

$254,364 17
979 57

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
¿surplus f u n d ..................
u n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
14,000 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
8,500 00
t a x e s p a i a ......................
2 ,0 00 00 in d iv id u a l aeposn s, sub­
4,0 00 00
j e c t to c n e c k . . . . . .
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
44,795 48
d e p o s it .................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ............
,572 80

$30,000 00
11,000 00
4,229 35
101,692 31
171,248 86
18,008 80

1,162 58
2 ,5 00 00
1,141 20
1,921 00
242 52
$336,179 32

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

$336,179 32

Lake Mills— Greenwood’s State Bank
C.
F . G R E E N W O O D , P re s id e n t.
A . W . G R E E N W O O D , V ic e P re s id e n t.

G. E. G R E E N W O O D , C a sh ier.
O. A. W O D K E , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C.
F. G r e e n w o o d ,
A. W . G reen w ood ,
C has. S. G r e e n w o o d ,

G. E. G r e e n w o o d ,
O, A. W o d k e .

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 21, 1893.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s a n d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts . . . ' ..................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n itu r e a n d fix t u r e s .
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s .............
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d c a s h i t e m s .........
G o ld c o i n ...........................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
U. S. a n d 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 ...........

$408,233 97 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
211 31 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
146,115 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
7,0 00 00
ta x e s p a id ......................
700 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
3,5 00 00
je c t to c h e c k .............
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
70,150 40
d e p o s i t ...........................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............
2,0 92 46 C a s h ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t ­
6,000 00
s t a n d in g ......................
1,780 00

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


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$80,000 00
20,000 00
20 ,987 38
112,135 21
366,143 94
50 ,907 56
476 85

4,748 00
119 80
$650,650 94

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

$650,650 94

197

R EPO RTS OF STATE BANKS.

Lake Nebagamon—Bank of Lake Nebagamon.
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.

R U S S E L L B A X T E R , P re s id e n t.

D IR E C T O R S .
M. P. B a x te r ,
J. R . C o lb e c k ,

R u s s e ll B a x te r.

E S T A B L IS H E D IN 1900.
In co rp o ra te d as a State B ank A u g u st 28, 1903.
L ia b ilitie s .

R e so u rc e s.

L o a n s a n d d is c o u n t s . . .
B a n k in g h o u s e ...............
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 u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
an d c a sh it e m s ...........
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 .........
T o ta l . . . ................

$38,240
1,5 00
700
600
5,174
786
883

200

24 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
00 S u rp lu s fu n d .......................
00 U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
00
ta x e s p a i d . . . . .............
87 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
72
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ..................
53
00 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ........... •

$5,000 00
3 ,0 00 00
1,7 92 58
17,713 54
13,488 92
8,323 90

1,200 00
33 61
$49,318 97

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

14 9,31 8 97

Lancaster—Fanners 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 rap p,

.............................................. 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.
i

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 27, 1915.
• S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u r c e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e and fix tu r e s .
D u e from , a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e 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 s h i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n ......................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
U. S. a n 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 ...........

$97,036 70 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
2,000 00
ta x e s p a i d ........... .. . . ..
2,854 04
Individu al deposits su b­
je c t to c h e c k ...............
33,143 26
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
645 43
695 00 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g .........................
1,3 2 2 00

6,380 22
41,071 80
69,086 39
2,705 99

6,435 00
112 97

T o ta l • •••................... $144,244 40


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$25,000 00

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

$144,244 40

198

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

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.

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 a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G. A. ‘S tev en s,
L. O. P e n n o c k .

L. H. S te v e n s,
F. J. G la n v ille ,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 2, 1914.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 . 1 0 17 .
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., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s ........
B an k in g - h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th e r r e 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 ­
s e r v e b a n k s . . .............
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s .............
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
^ b o u s e .............................
G o ld c o m .............................
S n v 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 .........
T a x c e r t ific a t e .................

Liabilities.
$210,529 39 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
503 54 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
11,700 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
12,500 00
t a x e s p a i d ......................
1,766 60 Individu al deposits, sub­
19,000 00
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 ­
41,903 63
p o s it ................................
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
176 80
s t a n d in g ......................

$50,000 00
2 ,0 00 00
2,0 74 66
97,782 98
152,660 76
5,2 01 19

560 16
1,500 00
1,395 00
7,451 00
242 32
491 15

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

$309,719 59

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

$309,719 59

Lancaster—The People’s State Bank.
S ^ SIi ? 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.

J. H A R O L D P U G H , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C has. H. B a s h fo r d ,
L. A. C la rk ,
J. H a ro ld P u g h ,

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . . $222,475 00 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a f t s .........................
3,3 58 09 S u rp lu s f u n d ...................
U. S.. sta te, m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
2,0 00 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
6 ,3 9 3 '9 5
ta x e s p a i d ......................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
4,042 60 D iv id e n d s u n p a id ...........
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
Individu al deposits, su b­
s e r v e b a n k s .................
51,012 28
je c t to c h e c k ................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
2,822 15
s t a n d in g ........................
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
b o u s e .............................
510 40
G o ld c o i n ...........................
510 00
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
961 65
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y ...............................
2,6 90 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ...........
96 69
E x p e n s e .............................
2 ,7 10 20
T o t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$299,583 01

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

$25,000 00
2 ,0 00 00
138,167 84
123,699 75
4,4 85 49
6,229 93

$299,583 01

REPORTS

OF STATE BANKS.

199

Lancaster—Union State Bank.
C. H. B A X T E R , P re s id e n t.
V. L. S H O W A L T E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

R M E Y E R , Jr., C ash ier.
W . B. C A R T E R , A sst. 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 rook er.

C. H. B a x te r,
W . B. C a rte r,
R . M ey er, Jr.,

E S T A B L IS H E D IN 1865.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 17 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n ts
O v e r d r a fts ..................
U. S-, sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
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 ow nec 1
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
a n d ca sh ite m s .
G o ld c o i n ................
S ilv e r c o in ...........
r e n c y ....................
N ic k e ls and c e n ts .

Liabilities.
$967,604 64 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
13,206 45 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
67,255 44
ta x e s p a id . . . . ........... •
00
8,500
12,918 31 Individu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .................
151,806 52 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s i t ..................... .. • •
258 92 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it . .............................
9,725 00
2,709 40 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............
C e rtifie d c h e c k s .............
8,758 00 C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g .........................
615 16

.$ 1 ,2 4 3 ,3 5 7 84

$50,000 00

10,000 00
6,863 04

323,428 50
35,146 60
814,413 90
315 00
800 00
2,3 90 80

T o t a l ......... .............$ 1 ,2 4 3 ,3 5 7 84

Laona—Laona State Bank.
JO H N D. K IS S IN G E R . P re s id e n t.
A L B E R T G R A U M A N , V ic e P re s id e n t.
Joh n D. K is s in g e r ,
W . D. C o n n o r,
J o e D en n e,

C. L. M cD A N IE L , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A lb e r t G rau m an ,
K E a rle .

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

5, 1914.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 19 17 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e and fix tu r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
an d ca sh item .s...........
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 ...........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$66,964 27
3,0 40 55
2,5 00 00
1,902 48
4,185 38
1,4 17 05
171 25
1,9 90 00
130 26
$82,301 24

LiabRities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in,. .
S u rp lu s f u n d .....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le s s
cu rren t expen ses and
ta x e s p a id . . ................
-Individual deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
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 it s ..............
C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g .........................
T o ta l

$ 10,000 00

1,000 00
850 43
33 ,837 95
5,545 46
9,506 09
17,099 79
461 52
$82,301 24

200

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

Larsen—Farmers State Bank.
J. D. H O U G H , P re s id e n t.
E L IA S SO R E N SO N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

J. D. H o u g h ,
W . K . P o rte r ,
C h a rle s C h r istia n s o n ,
J u liu s M. J o h n so n ,

W . K . P O R T E R , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E lia s S oren son ,
C h a rle s L ea,
A u g u s t R u b b e r t.

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 19, 1914.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 . 1 9 17 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t « . .
U. S.. sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s ........
F u r n it u r e an d 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 ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h 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 ca sh 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 ­
r e n c y ..............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........
T o t a l ......................

Liabilities.
$86,305 42 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
3,5 00 00 U n d iv id e d p rofits. Jess
2,4 60 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
1,633 00
ta x e s p a id ......................
Individu al deposits, sub­
2,9 94 40
je c t to c h e c k ...............
194 45 D em an d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
121 45 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
280 00
p o s it .................................
600 00 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............

$10,000 00
200 00
2,609 18
17,359 65
640 00
54,857 21
13,944 69

1,4 60 00
62 01
$99,610 73

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

$99,610 73

LaValle—State Bank of LaValle.
H. E. P A D D O C K , P re s id e n t.
C H A S. P E A R S O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

H A R R Y T H O R N T O N , C ash ier.
E L S IE T H O R N T O N , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. E. P a d d o c k ,
C h a rle s P e a rso n ,
J. W . H y s lo p ,

H. S. C a rv er,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 27. 190 2.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k June 29, 1903.

Statement Novem ber 20 , 19 17 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s .,..
$302,763 69 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a f t s .........................
204 91 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U. S.. sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
28,850 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
2,625 00
B a n k in g h o u s e ...............
ta x e s p a id . . . ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
2,3 00 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k ................
s e r v e b a n k s .................
132,668 94 D em a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
3,313 46
d e p o s it ...........................
G o ld c o i n ...........................
4,495 00 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
S ilv e r c o i n ........................
602 75
p o s it ...............................
U. S. a n d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y ............................. '
856 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ..........
73 52
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$478,753 27

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

$10,000 00
10,000 00
1,6 1 7 30
125,638 09
574 55
330,923 33

$478,753 27

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS.

20Ì

Lebanon—Lebanon State Bank.
M l

ililhk \ li

F. A. E I G H E L B E R 6 , P re s id e n t.
H. G. U T 'i'B C K , V ice P re s id e n t.
niD. G O E T S C H , 2nd V ic e P re s id e n t.

F. A . E ic h e lb e r g ,
H. G. O tte c k ,
E d. G o e tsc h ,
C. F. U tteck ,

ill

i

....“.............. .W . E. R O H D E , C a sh ier.
,

D IR E C T O R S .
W . E. R o h d e ,
A u g u s t H. R a e th e r ,
J o h n B re n d e m u e h l.
;

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 10, 1914.

Statement November 2 0 , 19 17 .

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

$135,404
7
2,9 00
1,975
22 ,486
30
477
1,925
92

Liabilities.
31 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
19 S u rp lu s f u n d ............. ..
00 U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
00
ta x e s p a id . .,. ...............
94 D iv id e n d s u n p a id .............
Individu
al deposits, sub­
00
je c t to c h e c k ........... ■•
35
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it .................................
00
32 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............
T o t a l ......................

$165,298 11

00
1,800 00

o
o
o
o

Resources.
L o a n s a n d 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 s e . . ...........
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ......... . . . .
G o ld 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 .........

2,683 76
12 00
32,781 50
115,777 09
2,243 76
$165,298 11

Lena—Farmers and Merchants Bank.
L. W . B R A Z E A U , P re s id e n t.
D E N N IS D IO N N E , V ic e P re s id e n t.

O. W . B R A Z E A U , C a sh ier.
E A R L D IO N N E , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
.1. N. B a s s e tt,
L. W . B ra ze a u ,
O. W . B ra ze a u ,

.
j i :

D e n n is D ion n e,
E a r l D ion n e.

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 6, 1903.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts .......................
U. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
and oth er b o n d s ....
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e ­
c u r itie s ..........................
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d c a s h it e m s ...........
C o ld 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 a n d c e n t s ...........
T o t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$145,513 02
1,8 54 28
23,000 00
3,0 00 00
2,5 00 00
1,0 00 00
7,298 93
2,829 72

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a i d . ................
Ind ividu al deposits su b ­
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 it s .............

$ 10,000 00

5 ,0 00 00
1,2 60 67
93,779 44
71,250 39
12,840 27

954 73
175 00
642 80
5 ,2 80 00
82 29
$194,130 77

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

$194,130 77

202

R E P O R T OF T H E CO M M ISSIO NER OF B AN K IN G .

Lewis—Lewis State Bank.
A . J. W E N T Z E L , P re s id e n t.
T H O R E B JO R N SO N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W . M. A M E S , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C has. E. L e w is ,
John L a n g en bach ,
W . M. A m es,
W ilf r e d O w en s,

S am L a r so n ,
T h o r e B jo r n s o n ,
P 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.

Statement November 20 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
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 .........................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s ........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e a n d fix t u r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s .......... . . . .
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h ecks on oth er banks
a n d c a sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 a n d c e n t s ........
T o t a l .......................

Liabilities.
$54,869 39 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
3 1 6 6 S u rp lu s f u n d . ..................
U n d iv id ed p ro fits, le ss
2,5 00 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
3,7 00 00
ta x e s p a id ......................
2,3 00 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
11,662 31 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
2,8 77 93
p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............
54 05 C a sh ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t ­
15 00
s t a n d in g ......................
491 80

$12,000 00
3,0 00 00
2,9 00 45
35,381 27
17,302 43
8,3 03 90
1,509 75

1,860 00
35 66
$80,397 80

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

$80,397 80

Limeridge—The State Bank of Limeridge.
F. H. P A U L S , P re s id e n t.
T.
A. W A R R E N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

R. L. B ohn ,
F. W . G o o d e ll,
W . H. K in n e y ,

O. L. B O H N , C ash ier.
E. S. P R O U T Y , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F. H. P a u ls,
T. A. W a r r e n .

-

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 4, 1909.

Statement November 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s a n d d i s c o u n t s ...
$180,306
O v e r d r a f t s .........................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
9,000
B a n k in g h o u s e ...............
2,6 00
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
1,882
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ........... . . .
46,179
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
137
C h ecks on oth er ba n ks
an d c a s h it e m s ...........
2,228
G o ld c o i n ...........................
195
S ilv e r c o i n ......................................... 912
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
4,7 51
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
53
T o ta l .......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

20
07
00
00
00
75
30

Liabilities.
C ap ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
$10,000 00
S u rp lu s f u n d .......
2,0 00
00
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 an d
ta x e s p a i d . .......
2,623
30
Individu al deposits su b­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . . .
30,138 64
’ im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ................................
203,483 83

23
00
75
00
47

$248,245 77

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

$248,245 77

kEPO RTS

OB' S T A T E B A N K S .

203

Linden—Bank of Linden.
JO H N H A R K E R , P re s id e n t.
W M . M. S M IT H , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W . B K I R K P A T R I C K , C ash ier.
H. W . S P R IN G E R , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. W . S p rin g e r ,
W . B. K ir k p a t r ic k .

S. B. H a rk e r ,
Joh n H a rk er,
W m . M. S m ith,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 1, 1903.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k Ju ly 22, 1903.

Statement November 2 0 , 1 9 17 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s ........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
B’u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
C h eck s on oth er ba n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s .........
G o ld c o i n ...........................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
U. S. a n d 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 .........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$210,797 62 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
431 25 S u p rlu s f u 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
45,375 00
ta x e s p a i d . ....................
4,625 00
2,015 00 Ind ividu al deposits su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
36,178 70 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ........... ...................
1,742 41 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
1,737 50 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g .........................
1,311 70

$ 20,000

00

4,000 00

82 89
94,418 87
177,433 99
10,762 41
1,6 44 04

4,099 00
29 02
$308,342 20

T o ta l

$308,342 20

Little Chute—Bank of Little Chute.
H. J. V E R S T E G E N , P re s id e n t.
W M . G E E N E N , V ic e P re s id e n t.
H J. V e r s te g e n ,
W m . G een en ,
P. A . G lo u d e m a n s ,

P. A . G L O U D E M A N S , C ash ier.
H. J. S T A R K , A sst. C a sh ier.

' D IR E C T O R S .
H en ry W eye n b e rg ,
J- H . D o y le .

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 7, 1906.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s a n d d i s c o u n t s .. .
O v e r d r a fts .........................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s ,.........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
G o ld c o i n ...........................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
U. S. a n 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 .........
T o t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$181,137 45 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
475 93 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
39,835 00
t a x e s p a i d . ....................
3,985 00
400 00 In d ividu al deposits su b­
je c t t o c h e c k ,...............
13,688 34 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
45 00
612 45 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ............

$15,00 0 00
5,0 00 00
21,033 08
37,204 80
126,624 24
39,506 53

4,144 00
45 48
$244,368 65

Total

$244,368 65

^04

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 .

Livingston—Livingston State Bank.
A R C H . E. R U N D E L L , P re s id e n t.
A . V. W E L L S , V ic e P re s id 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 a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. P. R u n d e ll,
A . V. W e lls .
A r ch . E. R u n d e ll,
A lb e r t - E. R u n d e ll,
Gotli<eb M u lle r,

C.
F.
C.
T.
A.

A.
B.
A.
E.
R.

F a w c e tt ,
R u n d e ll,
Iv erson ,
G r isw o ld ,
B id d ic k .

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 11, 1902.
In co rp o ra te d as a State B an k A u g u st 14, 1903.

.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s . . .
$236,670 22 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id
in ..
$15,000
O v e r d r a fts ..........................
2 ,2 3 0 55 S u r p lu s f u n d
10,000
u. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
6,000 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
P re m iu m on b o n d s . . . .
82 10
ta x e s p a id ...
618
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
2,2 2 4 68 Individu al deposits su b­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . . .
128,135
s e r v e b a n k s . . . ...........
67,930 35 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
1,414 80
d e p o s it ...........................
4,274
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
an d ca sh i t e m s ............
1,078 29
p o s it ................................
169,395
G o ld coin ,...........................
2 ,0 15 00
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
1,112 70
U. S. a n d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............
6,343 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........
322 58
T o ta l ......................

$327,424 27

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

OP
00
06'
52'
80'
891

$327,424 27

Lodi—State Bank of Lodi.
A. R . R E Y N O L D S , P re s id e n t.
F . W . G R O V E S , V ic e P re s id e n t.

A. R . R e y n o ld s ,
E lla F o ls o m .
F. W . G r o v e s,

W . A . C A L D O W , C ash ier.
JO H N F . C O L LIN S. A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . A. C a ld o w ,
D a is y D. M a cM illa n .

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 29, 1897.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s . . .
$385,585 44 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a f t s .........................
5,322 17 S u rp lu s f u n d ........... ........
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
and oth er b o n d s ....
29,400 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
B a n k in g h o u se .............
4,5 00 00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
1,5 00 00 Individu al deposits su b­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
j e c t to c h e c k ................
s e r v e b a n k s .................
55 ,650 49 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
C o ld c o m .................................
1,220 00
p o s it ...............................
S liv e r c o m .........................
1,099 40 S a v in g s .d e p o s i t s ...........
U. S. a n d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y ...............................
3,860 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s ...........
162 54
T o t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$488,300 04

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

$25,000 00
6,0 00 00
9,5 10 31
99,837 90
337,498 05
10,453 78

$488,300 04

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS.

205

Lodi—The Columbia Bank.
JO H N C A L D W E L L , Sr., P re s id e n t.
J. L. C A L D W E L L , V ic e P re s id e n t.

J o h n C a ld w e ll, Sr.
J. L. C a ld w e ll,
Jas. M. C a ld w e ll,
ri

H. S. C A L D W E L L , C ash ier.
M. C A L D W E L L , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R o b e r t C a ld w e ll,
H. S. C a ld w e ll,
M. C a ld w e ll.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

Resources.
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 .........................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e .................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h ecks on oth er b a n k s
a n d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ................. . . .
U. S. a n 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 .........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$296,387 02 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in,. .
52
S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
900
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
12,000 00
c u r r e n t expen se's an d
5,000 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
2,2 57 90 Ind ividu al deposits subje c t to c h e c k ................
161 40
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e 19,943 78
p o s it ...............................
12,100 00

$20,000 00
2,200 00
4,033 15
57,731 64
266,034 88

456 03
5 00
404 40
2,376 00
7 62
$351,999 67

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

$351,999 67

Log-anville—Loganville State Bank.
W IL L I A M R IG G E R T , P re s id e n t.
C. K O E N IG , V ice P resident.

W illia m R ig g e r t ,
C. K o e n ig ,

JO H N R IG G E R T . C a sh ier.
C O N R A D G. W IE S L E R ,
A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J o h n R ig g e r t .

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 1, 1915.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
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., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
and oth er b e n d s ...........
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e h a n k s .................
D u e fr o m o t h e r h a n k s .
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a.nd ca sh i t e m s ...........
G old c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
U. S. a n 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 ...........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$124,639 89
89 93
7,000 00
1,0 8 8 50
21,146 13
10,374 56
132 76
1,225 00
231 15

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x es paid ...........
Individu al deposits su b­
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 it s .............
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g .................

$10,000 00
2,000 00
2,3 31 56
35,066 12
115,992 28
2,291 53
512 50

2,1 88 00
78 07
$168,193 99

T o ta l

$168,193 99

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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 .

Lomira—Lomira State Bank.
P E T E R W O L F . P re s id 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 L. ZA U N , C a sh ier.
L. H. ZA U N , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P e te r W o lf ,
R o b e r t W a e h le r ,
L. W . Z a u n ,

J. N. D ih r in g ,
L o u is L. Za u n .

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 26, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s ....
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$154,483 00 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
39,743 62 U n d iv id ed p rofits, less
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
1,2 00 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
1,0 00 00
Individu al deposits, su b­
40,123 79
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 ­
918 58
p o s it ......................
1,9 90 00 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
915 25

$15,000 00
5,0 0 0 00
3,1 28 26
66,364 27
150,304 46
7,690 48

6,963 00
150 23
$247,487 47

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

$247,487 47

Lone Rock—Farmers Bank.
L. O. B R A I N A R D , P re s id e n t.

H. A. B R A C E , C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .

L . O. B r a in a rd ,
H. A. B r a c e ,

J. F . B ra ce .
j

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 g u st 12, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S.. sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a n p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
G o ld c o in ........................
S ilv e r co in ' ......................
IT. S. an d nation al cu r• r e n c v ....................
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

Liabilities.
$207,185 75 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
410 75 S u rn lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le s s
12 ,000 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
1,0 08 75
ta x e s naid ..................
Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
52,777 18
je c t to c h e c k ................
20 00 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
303 50
n o s it ...............................
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
3,221 00
s t a n d in g ......................
23 46
$276,950 39

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

$10,000 00
5,0 00 00
2,398 05
120,991 42
127,673 08
10,887 84
$276,950 39

R EPO RTS OF STATE BANKS.

207

Loyal— Citizens State Bank of Loyal.
C. H. B R O W N , P re s id e n t.
B.
W . C O L B Y, V ic e P re s id e n t.
C. H. B r o w n ,
H. H. C h r is to fe r s o n ,
W m . L e n lin g ,
F. W . D ra p e r,
H. H a sle tt,

H. H A S L E T T , C a sh ier.
J. R . C O L B Y , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J o e B e rtz ,
C.
B. E sse lm a n ,
A. D a v e l,
B. W . C olb y .

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R

15, 1909.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
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 ......................
U. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
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 u e fr o m o th e r b a n k s
C h e c k s on o th e r h a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
H. 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 ta l ........... ..........

Liabilities.
272,905 83 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
20 42 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
16,244 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
3,800 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
2,2 00 00 In d iv id u a l deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
34,753 46 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
7,409 76
p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
239 42 R e s e r v e d f o r ta x e s ........
380 00
1,041 05

$25,000 00
6,000 00
6,697 54
113,273 45
165,919 19
23,492 67
2 ,0 00 00

3,235 00
153 91
$342,382 85

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

$342,382 85

Loyal—The Loyal State Bank.
A. A . G R A V E S . P re s id e n t.
B. C H R IS T M A N . V ic e P re s id e n t.
A. A. G ra v e s,
B. C h ristm a n .
J o h n B e a v e r,
I’ h o m a s F r o e b a ,
W m . A y e r,

R. M. JE N K S , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . L u c h te r h a n d ,
F r a n k Shupe,
F. C. L u c h te r h a n d ,
O tto W e y h m ille r .

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 15, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , J 9 1 7 .
Resources.
T on n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S.. sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
ffu r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s
O th e r r e a l e sta te cw^nri
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e se r v e b a n k s ................
C h e c k s on o+her b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G old c o in ........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. and national cimr e n c v .............................
Y ie k e ls and c e n t s .........
R e v e n u e sta m p s ...........
T otal ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$139,690 76
785 08
8.200
4,800
2,410
15,000

00
00
00
00

11,007 21
6 ,065 38
757 50

564 35

Liabilities.
r'a n 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, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a id ..................
Individu al
subje c t to c h e e p ................
D em an d 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 its .........
N o te s an d b ills r e d is c o u n te d
....................

$25,000 00
5,0 00 00
619 13
65,448 61
82,859 70
13,059 59
2,689 00

4,394 00
16 25
79 50
$194,676 03

T o ta l

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

$194,676 03

208

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 .

Luck—Farmers & Merchants Savings Bank.
W

H A R R Y D. B A K E R . P re s id e n t.
A N T O N L A U R S E N , V ic e P re s id e n t.
N IE L S SO R E N SO N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W M . C H R IS T E N S O N , C ash ier.
W . A. T A L L E F S O N , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H a r r y D. B a k e r ,
Ja cob A n d erson ,
J o r g e n P e te r s o n ,
M a riu s D u e h o lm ,
[

Joh n A ker,
A n to n L a u rse n ,
N iels S oren son .
T l

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts .......................
U. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e ­
c u r itie s .........................
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ...............
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e .............................
G o ld c o in ........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
r 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 ......................

Liabilities.
$95,388 45 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
599 90 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
2,000 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
25 00 Individu al deposits sub­
je c t to c h e c k ................
5,503 23
3,273 07 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
1,0 00 00
S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
7,6 12 82 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ......................
288 91 B ills p a y a b le ................
630 00
369 75

$20,000 00
2,0 0 0 00
3,363 84
27,478 01
19 ,537 79
38,143 13
1 ,8 67 29
8,0 00 00

3,615 00
83 93
$120,390 06

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

$120,390 06

Luck—State Bank of Luck.
.TENS S. P E D E R S E N , P re s id e n t.
C. P. A. JE N S E N , V ic e P re s id 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 els E d lin g ,

A. W . C A R L S O N , C a sh ier.
H. P. JE N S E N , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. P. A. Jen sen ,
Jen s S. P ed e rse n ,
A lfr e d S w e r k s t r o m .

E S T A B L IS H E D IN 1901.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u g u st 27, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s .,..
O v e r d r a fts ......................
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th e r r e 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 ­
serve ba n k s . . . . . . . .
C h eck s on oth er ba n k s
an d ca sh it e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

\
$230,838
1,4 5 5
6,575
4,675
1,055
13,386
873
415
828
4,715
92

Liabilities.
84 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
83 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
00 U n d iv id e d p rofits, le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
00
ta x e s p a id ..................
00
D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s it s
99 Ind ividu al deposits su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ................
91 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
00
80 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
00
s t a n d in g ..........
83

$264,912 20

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

$25,000 00
5 ,0 00 00
2 ,5 73 83
10 ,997 32
60,813 98
44,928 18
87,182 06
10 33
$264,912 20

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209

Luxemburg1— Bank of Luxemburg.
L. A L B E R T K A R E L , President.

A R T . C. B A Z L E N , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
O liver Debauch,
C harles L. Peters.

L. A lb ert K arel,
A u gu st Spitzer,

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.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g house ................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due from approved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash item s...............
G old coin ..........................
Silver roin
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T ota l

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

Liabilities.
$401,925 43 Capital stock paid in
2,902 50 Surplus fund ...........
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
193,075 00
15,000 00
taxes p a i d .............
10,000 00 D ividends unpaid . .
Individual deposits subje c t to c h e c k .........
57,356 71
T im e certificates o f dep c s i 't ........................
547 40
15,565 00 S av in g s deposits . . .
2,643 05 B uilding- fu nd .........

$50,000 00
5,000 00
868 51
12 00
168,605 28
476,556 69
4,852 04
2,011 18

8,624 00
266 61
$707,905 70

T ota l

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

$707,905 70

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.

R. E. G A R N E R , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
T. S, L aw ler,
R. Jirsa,
G. E. Eakins.

D.
J. P uffer,
R. H. L aabs,
M. F. C onw ay,
G.
J. H ayes,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 6, 1912.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erd rafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
P rem ium on b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s ..
Due fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
S 'lv e r coin ........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l

......................
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
46,782 50
tax es p a i d ......................
103 00
2,500 00 Individu al deposits su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
2,053 57
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit .................................
24,517 98
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
249 00
1,115 00
562 40

$105,158 96
528

$10,000 00
2,500 00
2,666 90
27,536 15
142,822 06
3,281 56

5,687 00
71 98
$188,806 67

T ota l ......................

$188,806 67

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 I N G .

Lyons— Lyons State Bank.
GEO. S. M A L S C H , V ice President.
W ilb e r G. W eeks,
G. S. M alsch,
H. J. B anker,
M artin M olitor,

W IL B U R G. W E E K S , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
T. H. Spiegelhoff,
Chas. T. Schinke,
W . H. A ldrich.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 20, 1909.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate o w n e d .
Due fro m approved re­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash item s. . . . . . .
Gold c o i n .............................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ................................
N ickels and cents. . . . . . .
T ota l

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

Liabilities.
$85,775 24 C apital stock paid in. . . .
197 26 Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits, less
7,055 00
current expenses and
2,200 00
tax es p a i d ......................
1,500 00 Ind ividu al deposits su b­
694 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
IDemand certificates of
13,9 46 9 8
d e p o s i t ...............

$10,000 00
2,000 00
3,899 40
35,589 16
62,512 91

56 50
500
826 20
1,590 00
155 29
$114,001 47

T otal

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

$114,001 47

MacFarland—MacFarland State Bank.
P. E. B R IC K S O N P resident.
JO H N M. A N D E R S O N , V ice P resident.

John M. A nderson,
P. E. B rickson ,
H om er L. V ick ,
O. T. Olson,

H O M E R L. V IC K , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H en ry C. K leine,
M. D. L arson,
John H ölscher,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 24, 1905.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ...............
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue from approved r e ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national c u r­
rency ...............................
N ick els and c e n ts ........... .
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Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in. . . .
549 53 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
4,5 27 25
current expenses and
2,700 00
taxes p a i d ......................
2,275 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
16,528 17 T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
53 25 N otes and bills red is­
430 00
counted ...........................
578 30

$ 1 1 7 ,3 6 3 38

$15,000 00
8,500 00
4,911 97
46,134 95
62,467 90
10,000 00

1,820 00
189 94
$147,014 82

T otal

$147,014 82

R E P O R T S OF STATE B AN K S.

211

Madison—Bank of the Commonwealth.
A. W . T R E S S L E R , President.
C. R. A C L E Y , Cashier.
Z O L A B A L L W I N , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
A . W . T ressler,
T h eod ore H oeveler,
J. P. B aker,
F ren k J. Olwell,
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 ne.
C. R. A cley,
E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 20, 1915.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
E x ch a n g e s fo r clearin g
hou se ...............................
G old coin ............................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and ce^its.............
T otal

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

Liabilities.
$200,433 55 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
41 87 U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid
16,516 60
5,167 49 Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
15,300 05 ¡Demand certificates of
deposit ...........................
174 36 T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
509 65 Savings d e p o s i t s .............
247 50 C ertified c h e c k s ...............
1,293 50 N otes and bills rediscounted ...........................
4,387 00 L ib e rty loan a c c o u n t . . . .
228 06
$244,299 63

T ota l

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

$50,000 00
1,014 18
68,271 31
37,014 69
39,567 50
17,113 54
37 41
17,532 00
13,749 00
$244,299 63

Madison—Bank of Wisconsin.
JO S E P H TVT. B O Y D . P resident.
CH AS. O’ N E IL L . Cashier.
H T, R U S S E L L . V ice President.
I R V IN G E B A C K U S , Asst. Cashier.
F R A N K K E S S E N IC H , 2nd V ice P res. H. C. JA M IE S O N . Asst. Cashier.
I
B. R L ’H O M M E D IE U , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
P. B. K n ox.
F ra n k K essenich,
.Tos. M. B oy d ,
F. W . Cantw ell,
Geo. E. Gary.
H. T.. R ussell,
E rnest K a row ,
W . F. P ierstorff,
S A Piner
A. H. K ay ser,
W . H . Collins.
W . J. T eckem eyer,
M. H. Conklin
C. C. Collins.
C harles O’ Neill.
E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 1, 1893.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
l o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s . . . . $ 1 , 9 0 3 . 1 44 87

O verdrafts ......................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other h a n d s...........
S tocks and other se c u ri ­
ties ....................................
B a n k in g hou se .................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate ow n ed .
D u e fr o m ap p roved r e ­
serve banks ..................
D u e fr o m other ba n k s. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash it e m s .............
E x ch a n g e s fo r clearin g
hou se ...............................
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T ota l

4,215 85
147,600 00
10,800
33,350
12 ,597
4,561

00
00
53
47

i n n ,712 43
14 ,452 76
568 11
24.104 61.
6,2 22 50
14 ,745 95

00
00
64
23
00
92
95
68
04
02
00
58
00

26,486 00
686 98

. . .................. $ 2 ,3 6 3 ,2 4 9 06


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L iabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . .. $300,000
60,000
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es paid .......................
15,585
D ue to hanks— d e p o s its ..
403,893
D ividen d s unpaid ...........
222
Individu al deposits, sub759,888
iect to c h e c k .......
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
366,467
S avings deposits .............
119,995
Certified ch ecks .............
4,370
P osta l s a v i n g s .......
1,8 43
N otes and bills red is­
counted ...........................
164,191
R eserved fo r t a x e s ............
7.033
L ib e r ty loan a c c o u n t. . . .
159,758

T ota l

...................... $ 2 ,3 6 3 ,2 4 9 06

212

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 .

Madison—Merchants and Savings Bank.
A . M. S T O N D A L L , P resident.
T. C. M cC a r t h y , V ice President.

M. C. H A G A N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. A. L oftsg ord on ,
Geo. H. B reitenbach,
A. C. H oppm ann.

A. M. Stendali,
T. C. M cC arthy,
B. F. M autz,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 15, 1910.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fixtu res. .
Other real estate ow n ed.
D ue fro m ap p roved re­
serve banks ..................
Due fro m other banks. . .
C hecks on other banks
an d cash ite m s .............
E x ch a n ges fo r clearing­
hou se ............. .................
G old coin . .........................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
R evenu e stam ps .............
T o ta l

Liabilities.
$877,166 13 \Capital stock paid in. . . .
2,076 87 Surplus fu n d ....................
U n d iv id ed profits, less
current expenses and
127,498 00
ta x es p a i d ........... ..
5,794 00
4,855 16 ¡Due to banks— d eposits.
Individu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c r e e k ..................
54,868 84
840 20 T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
1,468 92 Savings d e p o s i t s .............
i Certified c h e c k s ................
ch ecks
out­
8,375 03 C ashier’ s
standing ......................
5,879 75
2,920 65 N otes and bills redis­
coun ted ...........................
21,937 00 Other li a b ilit ie s ................
291 68
63 40

...................... $1 ,1 1 4 ,0 3 5 63

T ota l

$50,000 00
25,000 00
22,575 65
53,901 97
521,667 85
272,167 11
80,665 22
1,3 84 69
25,681 17
51,141 97
9,850 00

...................... $ 1 ,1 1 4 ,0 3 5 63

Madison—Randall State Bank.
A. C. L A R S O N , P resident.
JO H N L. C O L B Y , V ice P resident.
A. C. L arson,
John L. Coby,
V ic to r E. A lbright,
F a y H am m ersley,
G eorge F. G regg,

V IC T O R E. A L B R IG H T , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E dw ard M. Ulve,
Otto F. T oepfer,
Thos. D. W illia m s,
R o y F. H arris.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 3, 1914.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
R an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D u e fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s.............
G old coin ............................
S ilv er coin .........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T ota l


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Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
2,006 00
ta x es paid . ..................
5,715 06
3,113 74 Individual denosits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
8,821 08 T im e certificates o f de­
posit ............. , .................
5 50 Savings d e p o s i t s ..............
97 50 B ills p ay able ....................
130 60 R eserved fo r ta x e s ...........

$98,407 14
1,397 39

$25,000 00
700 00
573 73
50,918 36
31,575
5,356
7,000
200

92
79
00
00

1,613 00
17 79
$121,324 80

T otal

$121,324 80

R E PO R TS OE STATE B AN K S.

213

Madison—Security State Bank.
M A R T IN L O F T S GO R D O N , P resident. H E R M A N J. L O F T S G O R D O N , Cashier
H. A. L O F T S G O R D O N , V ice Pres.
H. A. L o ftsg o rd o n ,
M artin L o ftsg o rd o n ,
W m . D em psey,

D IR E C T O R S .
A. C. H olscher,
C. H. Tenney,
A . X . Merz.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 2, 1911.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$153,030 31 iC apital stock paid i n . . . .
L oans and d iscou n ts. .
profits, less
922 23 U n d ivided
O v erdrafts ....................
i current expenses and
U. S., state, m unicipal
taxes
paid
.......................
00
13,500
and other b o n d s ...........
2,239 07 Individu al deposits, sub­
F urniture and fix tu res. .
je
c
t
to
c
h
e
c
k ..................
Due fro m approved re ­
45,335 62 T im e certificates o f de­
serve banks ..................
posit
.................................
310 00
G old coin ...................... • •
308 85 S av in g s d e p o s i t s .............
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
4,421
00
rency ...............................
46 38
N ickels and c e n ts .............
R esou rces.

T o ta l

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

$220,113 46

T otal

$ 10,000 00

7,5 52 64
81,030 31
93,181 81
28,348 70

$220,113 46

Madison—The Capital City Bank.
J. W . H O B B IN S , President.
R. H. JA C K SO N , V ice President.

J. W . H obbins,
C. A. Johnson,
R. H. Jackson,

,7 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 .
C. J. H ausm ann,
J. A. M ack.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 8, 1883.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$997,703 80 C apital stock paid in . . . .
799 77 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided
profits, less
current expenses and
260,600 00
taxes paid ....................
8,400 00 Due to banks— d eposits.
16,000 00 D ividen ds unpaid ...........
Individu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .............
285,412 39
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
2,285 19
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
6,197 61 C ertified c h e c k s ................
4,987 50
2,338 75

Resources.
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties ......... ......................
B anking h o u s e ................
Due from approved re­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash item s. . . . . . .
E xch an ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ....................
U. S. and national c u r­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T ota l

50,000 00
104,941 04
34,557 35
1,040 00
688,648 78
485,887 03
45,889 65
252 80

25,924 00
567 64

...................... $1,611 216 65


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$ 200,000 00

T ota l

$1,611 216 65

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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 I N G .

Madison—The German-American Bank.
F. W . SU H R , President.
JO H N S U H R , V ice President.

E D M O N D S U H R , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
E dm on d Suhr.

F. W . 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 corporated as a State B an k M ay 26, 1885.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
$594,810 24 C apital stock paid in . . . .
$50,000 00
O verdrafts ........................
1,10 8 21 Surplus fu nd ....................
10,000 00
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
78,064 87
current expenses and
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,000 00
ta x es paid ......................... 22,669 02
Due fr o m ap p roved re ­
D ue to banks— 'deposits.
11,600 91
serve b a n k s -------------116,690 39 Individu al deposits, su b­
D u e fro m other ba n k s. .
518 45
je c t to c h e c k ......
158,939
75
C hecks on other banks
T im e certificates o f de­
an d cash ite m s..............
90 5 24
p osit .................................
466,916 89
E x ch a n g e s fo r clearing
S avings deposits .............
118,156 85
„ house ...............................
4,3 27 97 C ertified c h e c k s ................
24365
Gold coin ...........................
18,440 00 C ash ier’ s
ch ecks
ou t­
Silver coin .........................
1,0 14 60
stand ing .........................
30000
U. S. and na tion al c u r­
ren cy .........j ....................
21,604 0i'
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
343 10
T ota l

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

$838,827 07

T ota l

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

$838,827 07

Madison—The State Bank.
L. S. H A N K S , President.
J. H . P A L M E R , V icè P resident.
L. S. H anks,
J. H. Palm er,

E. O. K N E Y , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. O. K ney.

I
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 1, 1853.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$859,662 98 i Capital stock paid in . . . .
$100,000 00
O verdrafts ........................
1,600 35 Surplus f u n d ....................
50,000 00
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided
profits, less
and other b o n d s ., . . . .
124,985 00
current expenses and
B an k in g h o u s e ......
10,000
00
taxes p a i d ......................
26,244 94
Other real estate ow n ed .
8,800 00 D ue to banks— d eposits.
7 4 ’, 666 98
D ue fr o m approved re ­
Individual deposits, su b ­
serve banks ..................
179,801 18
je c t to c h e c k ..................
221,522 58
C hecks on other banks
¿D em and and tim e certifi­
and cash i t e m s ............
680 o 5
cates o f d e p o s it...........
601,003 14
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
108,317 80
_ h o u s e ....................
4,883
31 Certified c h e c k s ........... .. .
100 00
G old co m ...........................
15,257 50 L ib e rty bon d a c c o u n t ... '
66,000 00
2 ,456 35
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ............................. .
39,512 00
R ick e ls and c e n ts ..
215
92
T o ta l ...................... $ 1 ,2 4 7 ,8 5 5 44


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T o ta l

..................... $ 1 ,2 4 7 ,8 5 5 44

ìtE P O R T S O F S T A T E B A N K S .

215

Maiden Rock—Bank of Maiden Rock.
F . W . C A R P E N T E R , P resident.
F. W . Carpenter,
C. W . C arpenter,

C. 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.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k Ju ly 25, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erdrafts .........................
U.' S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house .............
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin ...........
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy . . . .......................
N ickels an d c e n ts ...........

$252,719 14 C apital stock paid in . . . .
1,5 11 44 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits,
less
current expenses and
15,075 00
taxes paid ...................
2,200 00
1,6 62 00 Individual deposits, sud je c t to c h e c k ..................
57,240 87 T im e certificates o f de­
posit .................................
checks
ou t­
851 58 C ashier’ s
stand ing .........................
1,000 00
199 50

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

$15,000 00
3,000 00
315 32
82,836 98
228,818 33
7,2 11 81

4,645 00
77 91
$337,182 44

T ota l

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

$337,182 44

Manawa—Farmers State Bank of Manawa.
W . IR V IN E , P resident.
F R. M E R K L J O H N , V ic e P resident.
W . Irvine,
F. R. M erkljohn,
A rth u r Sturn,
L. W . E astling,
F. H. Govetz,

J. C. K IN S M A N , Cashier.
H. H. G E H R K E , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A ugu st Clapps,
R ob ert Fetzer,
F. J. Gehrke, Jr.
J. C. K insm an.

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R e so u rc e s.

L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
D ue fro m approved r e ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........... .............
U. S. and national currency ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T o ta l .................. . •


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$94,067 38
428 67
11,641 50
6,221 28
3,195 9b
6,391 52
174 00

C apital stock paid i n . . . .
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
< taxes p a i d ......................
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep osit .................................
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
Certified checks ..............

$25,000 00

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

$125,391 01

565 09
34,844 08
58,419 52
3,827 27
2,735 0 b

565 44
235 00
245 bO
2,097 00
127 77
$125,391 01

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

Manitowoc—Manitowoc Savings Bank.
JO H N S C H U E T T B , P resident.
L O U IS S C H U E T T E , V ice President.
John Schuette,
L ouis Schuette,

E D W IN
„

S C H U E T T E , Cashier.
j
J
*

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 tatem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d isco u n ts. . . . $ 1 ,4 2 3 ,2 8 9
O v erdrafts ........................
10,859
U. S., state, m unicipal
765,740
and other b o n d s ...........
P rem ium on b o n d s .........
10,510
B an king h o u s e ..................
25,000
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
8,965
Other real estate ow n ed .
3,1 44
Due fro m approved re­
serve banks ..................
334,549
Due fro m other b a n k s ..
21,338
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
42,628
G old coin ...........................
16,690
8,346
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
44,274
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
1,4 07
T ota l

Liabilities.
13 Capital stock paid in. . . . $200,000 00
40 ¡Surplus fund ....................
45,000 00
'U ndivided profits, less
19
current expenses and
42
tax es paid ....................
60,839 24
00 ¡Individual deposits, sub­
12
je c t to c h e c k .................. 1 ,0 8 7 ,3 3 4 96
81 T im e certificates o f de­
616,620 32
p osit .................................
0-. 'Savings d e p o s i t s .............
706,948 46
49
27
00
75
00
32

...................... $ 2 ,7 1 6 ,7 4 2 98

T ota l

...................... $ 2 ,7 1 6 ,7 4 2 98

Manitowoc— The German-American Bank.
C H A S. E SC H , P resident.
CH AS. G. H A C K E R , V ice President.

Chas. Esch,
H en ry Groth,
W m . M. Boenning,

H E N R Y G R O T H , Cashier.
H A R V E Y S C H M ID T M A N , A sst.
Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. G. H acker,
A . L. H augen.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 18, 1900.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
I loans and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other securi­
ties ...............................
B an kin g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
O ther real estate o w n ed .
D ue from approved re­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s.............
G old c o i n .............................
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...........
N ickels and c e n t s .............
Cash sh ort .........................
T o ta l


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

$284,032 27
79782
61,000 00
403
16,300
4,200
1,500

73
00
00
00

25,145 19
5,297 01
4,7 42 50
1,216 85

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U n d iv id ed profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid ....................
D ue to banks— d eposits.
D ividen ds unpaid ...........
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k , . .............
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
Certified c h e c k s ................
N otes and bills red is­
counted ...........................

$30,000 00
12,000 00
8,594 68
2,275 13
3 50
145,321 21
105,682 29
92,349 18
1,517 73
15,461 59

8,2 62 00
274 08
3386
$413,205 31

T ota l

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

$413,205 31

REPORTS

217

OF STATE BANKS.

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 res.

F A B IA N R E IN C E , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L o u is N e w v ille ,
J o h n D e ttm a n ,
F a b ia n R e in c e .

Jos. U lls p e r g e r ,
J o h n F e lle r .
F e r d in a n d B a b le r,
J o h n C. M u rp h y ,

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 19, 1916.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$74,068 29 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
463 48 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
Ind ividu al deposits sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...............
3,000 00
T
im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
2,2 00 00
p o s it ................................
866 47
S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
12,275 98

Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d 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 .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
serve ba n k s . . . . . . . .
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G old c o in ................... . . .
S ilv e r c o in ......................
LT. 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 te r im c e r t ific a t e s . . .
E x p e n s e ..................... . . . .

$15,000 00
1,5 00 00
20,420 44
50,349 05
12,361 66

145 19
105 00
898 35
3,722
65
1,3 50
470

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

00
63
00
76

$99,631 15

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

$99,631 15

Marathon—The State Bank of Marathon City.
A U G. R I T G E R , P re s id e n t.
JOS. M U S C H IN S K I, V ic e P re s id e n t.

A ug.
G eo.
A. J.
C arl

R it g e r ,
E. R itg e r .
S ch n e id e rs,
H ilb e r,

-

GEO. E. R I T G E R , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E r n s t R in g le ,
Jos. M u sc h in sk i,
J. M. V o g e d e s .

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 11, 1905.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts .......................
U. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s ........
D u e fr o m a p p ro v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s .................
D ue fro m other 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 ­
r e n c y ...............................
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s ...........
T o t a l ......................


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Liabilities.
$201,769 30 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
382 63 Surplus fu nd ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s and
9,5 00 00
ta x e s p a i d . . . , .............
Ind
ividu al deposits, su b­
27,714 14
je c t to c h e c k ................
24,909 35
855 00 D em a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
744 35
S avings deposits .............
C
e
rtifie d c h e c k s ..............
2,2 47 00
46 53
$268,168 30

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

$15,000 00
12,000 00
3,731 80
70 ,936 47
162,059 51
3,397 14
1,043 38
$268,168 30

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O P T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K IN G .

Maribel—Maribel State Bank.
TH OS. D E W A N E , P re s id e n t.
J. A . K E L L N E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

P A T R I C K J. C A R B E R R Y , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P h il B ra d y ,
N ic h o la s H e iser,
H e rm a n B russ.

T h o s. D e w a n e ,
J. A. K e lln e r ,
H. A. D u m d e y ,
M ich a e l L. K e lln e r ,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 20, 1912.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$161,208 45 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
3,6 47 83 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p rofits, less
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
2,3 80 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s and
B an kin g- h o u s e ................
3,3 62 00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
1,674 33 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
5,6 00 00
je c t f o c h e c k .............
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
serve b a n k s . . . . . . . . . .
13,220 88
deposit ...........................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
4,539 41 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d c a sh i t e m s ...........
190 05
G o ld c o i n ..........................
1,3 17 50
665 10
Silver coin ........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y ...............................
11,710 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
85 78
T o t a l ......................

$209,601 33

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

$12,000 00
2,4 00 00
920 58
46,096 81
145,423 16
2,7 60 78

$209,601 33

Marinette—Farmers and Merchants Bank of Marinette.
C H A S. R .E IN K E . P re s id e n t.
J. E. U T K E , V ic e P re s id e n t.

L.

A . M e A T .T>T*Hn

C a s h ie r .

G. .T. R E I N K E . A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C has. R e in k e ,
K. C. M ille r
L. A. M cA lp in e ,
F rg.nk E. N oy es,
J. E. TTtke,
W . B. Q u in 1an.
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. 190 2.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s . . .
$430,703 5« O a o ita l s t o c k p aid i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ....................
448 18 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U. S.. sta te, m u n icip a l
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le^s
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
105,164 75
o u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
S to c k s and o th e r s e ­
4a x e s p a i d ......................
c u r itie s ..........................
1,5 00 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
B a n k in g b o u s e ...............
1 6,000 00
je c t to c h e c k ...........
O th er re a l e sta te o w n e d
10,618 45 D e m a n d c e r tific a te s o f
D u e fr o m a n n ro v e d r e ­
d e p o s it ..........................
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
52.626 03 'Timo c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
D u e fr o m o t h e r h a n k s
4,865 70
p o s it ................................
C h e c k s on o+ ber b a n k s
Savin e-s d e p o s it s ...........
an d cash i t e m « ...........
5.454 98 C ertified c h e c k s .........
G old c o i n ...........................
12.220 00 C a v h ie r’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
S ilv e r c o i n ........................
2,368 80
sta n d in g -1 ........................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
R e s e r v e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
r e n c y .............................
9 ,4 'll 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........
410 5°
T o ta l ......................


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$652.815 04

T o ta l

$50,000 00
43,000 00
10,274 13
140,085 73
2.957 31
671

39

1 5 1 , 94B

07

29 05
5.351 46
1,500 00

$652.815 04

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R E P O R T S OF STATE B AN K S.

Marion—First State Bank of Marion.
R. S C H R O E C K E N S T E IN , P re s id e n t.
N. M. E N G L E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

J. H. D R IE S S E N , C ash ier.
T. W . H O F F M A N , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P.
F.
E.
B.

N. M. E n g le r ,
J. H. D rie sse n ,
W m . H o ffm a n ,
R. S c h r o e c k e n s te in ,

C. R o g e r s ,
M. D e V au d ,
M. K is s in g e r ,
G o ld th w a it,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 22, 1894.
Incorporated as a State B an k D ecem ber 29, 190^.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$320,967 64 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
119 55 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
R e s e r v e f u n d ....................
69,691 00 U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s and
7,500 00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
2,500 00
Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ................
52,959 44
53 56 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ........... ; .................
66 26 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............
1,897 50 C e rtifie d c h e c k s .............
1,923 30

Resources.
L o a n s a n d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
B an king- h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h 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 i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n ...........................
S ilver coin ....................
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 .........
T o ta l ......................

$30,000 00
6 , 0 0 0 00
6 , 0 0 0 00
12,880 82
91,352 15
292,806 62
33,804 05
172 45

15,259 00
78 84
$473,016 09

$473,016 09

T o ta l

Marion—The Farmers and Merchants Bank.
A. G. A R N D T , P re s id e n t.
JO H N M A U E L , V ic e P re s id e n t.

A. G. A rn d t,
T. J. H a u fe ,
J o h n A rn d t.
F r a n k W e s tp h a l,

T. J. H A U F E , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H e r m a n W . S ch m idt,
J o h n M au el,
H e rm a n S ch ro e d e r.

- ; ! B : H . ■ >!

t'1

I

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 24, 1911.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
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., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s . . . . .........
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in ............................
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 .........
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$85,127 22 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
............
163 15 ^Surplus fu n d
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 an d
5,000 00
ta x e s p a i d .
90
1,005 00
D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s it s
25,951 21 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
1,347 16 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it .................................
160 00
481 50 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........

$10,000 00
1,100 00
75
164 60
40 ,910 80
59,554 95
14,260 87

6,726 00
120 73
$126,081 97

T o ta l

$126,081 97

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 I N G .

Markesan—Farmers State Bank.
y

H.
E.

P. F R I D A Y , P re s id e n t.
E. C A B L E , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W . A. M IL L E R , C ash ier.
F. E. H E N S L IN , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. A. D illie ,
E. W . L a p e r,
H. P. F rid a y ,
E. E. C able,
E. H. G eid el,

F re d C ard,
C. P. W h ite h o u s e ,
H erm an A ben droth,
A. W . M en ke.

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 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L ia b ilit ie s .
Loans an d d is c o u n t s . . . $309,404 57 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts : ......................
1,156 29 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p rofits, less
and o t h e r b o n d s ........
38,735 00
current expenses and
B an king- h o u s e ................
8,000 00
ta x e s p a id .....................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
3,500 00 Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k ................
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
32,954 98 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e­
C h eck s on oth er banks
p osit ...............................
an d ca sh it e m s ...........
1,662 70 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
G o ld c o i n ...........................
1,175 00 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
§57 80
S liv e r c o i n ........................
s t a n d in g .................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r Tr e n c y
........................
8,454 00
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
144 85
T o ta l ......................
1»

Ii

$406,045 19

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

$40,000 00
5,0 00 00
11,047 31
94,043 68
240,183 73
14,097 27
1,673 20

$406,045 19

-

Markesan—Markesan State Bank.
T. W . M IL L E R . P re s id e n t.
D. D. W IL L IA M S , V ic e P re s id e n 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 sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
S.
D.
H.
T.

P. F o ls o m ,
D. W illia m s ,
V o lk m a n n ,
W . M ille r,

G eo. H. P h elp s,
Ir a W . P a r k e r,
W illia m S ink.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 3, 1891.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts .................. . .
U. S.. sta te, m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s . . . .
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
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 .................
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d c a sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in ............................
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 .........
T o ta l . ......... ..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$394,918 75
6 97
114,224 50
1,000 00
5,0 00 00
102,287 51
2,405 58
3,455 00
1,0 60 10
10,224 00
110 15
$634,692 56

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, less
c u r r e n t e x n e n se s and
ta x e s p a id ....................
D iv id e n d s u n p a id ...........
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k . . . .........
D e m a n d 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 it s .............
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ......................

T o ta l

$40,000 00
20,000 00
21,319 96
18 00
162,943 99
364.898 81
22,094 29
3,417 51

$634,692 56

R E PO R TS OF STATE BANKS.

221

Marshall—Bank of Marshall.
J. C. B IE D E R M A N , P re s id e n t.
W . H. R A M A N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

1

W M . H. T A S K E R , C ash ier.
L. F . K E L L E Y A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. C. B ie d e rm a n ,
W . H. R a m a n ,
J. H. P o r te r ,

Wrn. H. T a s k e r ,
L. F. K e lle y .

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 20, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s and d is c o u n t s . . .
O vord r a f t s ................................
U. S., sta te -, m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s ........
S to c k s an d o t h e r se c u r itie s ...........................
F u r n itu r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ..................
C h e ck s on o t h e r b a n k s
an d ca sh ite m ,s.............
G o ld c o i n ...........................
S ilv e r c o in ........................
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 ...........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$99,457 31 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
766 30 S u rp lu s f u 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 and
31,829 50
ta x e s p a i d ......... ..
1,018 50 In d ividu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ................
1,400 00
D em a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ..........................
12,973 39
B ills p a y a b le ......................
829 83
675 00
510 85

$10,000 00
2,000 00
1,151 02
36,614 87
99,445 85
3,000 00

2,575 00
176 06
$152,211 74

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

$152,211 74

Marshfield—Marshfield State Bank,
W M. H I P K E , P re s id e n t.
H. C. K O E N IG , V ic e P re s id e n t.
H. C. K oenig-,
W illia m W e lt e r ,
H u go W egen er,

AM OS R O L L , C a sh ier.
J. H. C U N D Y, A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. W . S alter,
A m os R oll,
W . H ip k e .

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources,
L oa n s and d is c o u n t s ..
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s ........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ............ .
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s an d ca sh it e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e .............................
G o ld 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 ickels and c e n ts .............
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$370,837 06 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
....................
S
u
rp
lu
s
f
u
n
d
7 35
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 and
42,742 86
ta x e s p a i d ......................
8,400 00
4,500 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ...............
48,413 74 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
45 00 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
R eserved fo r t a x e s .........
6,068 76
5,095 00
1,701 30

$50,000 00
7,500 00
11,343 08
212,008 94
106,292 30
106,631 60
2,500 00

8,135 00
329 85
$496,275 92

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

$496,275 92

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 I N G .

Mason—Mason State Bank.
C. H. W E R D E N , P re s id e n t.
C. I. L A R S O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

O. M. A X N E S S , C ash ier.
H . J. A X N E S S , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. H. W e rd e n ,
Chas. I. L a r s o n ,

.

o. M. A x n e s s ,
H. J. A x n e ss.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L o a n s a n d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
and oth er b o n d s ....
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s .................
C h e ck s o n o t h e r b a n k s
a n d Cash i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 a n d c e n t s .........
I n s u r a n c e r e c e iv a b le . .
R e v e n u e s t a m p s .............
T o ta l .......................

Liabilities.
$98,481 99 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
205 78 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
L n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
1,2 48 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
2,0 00 00
,pani d ....................
1,015 00 t
Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ................
22,029 28 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e „ p o s it ...............................
1,475 47 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............
377 50 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t654 20
s t a n d i n g .........................
In s u r a n c e p a y a b l e . : . . .
1,160 00
83 80
930 36
100 00
$129,761 38

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

$10,000 00
5,0 00 00
3.505 04
55,431 97
46,313 40
7,944 66
1,133 23
433 08

$129,761 38

Mattoon—Mattoon State Bank,
D. L IG H T B O D T , P re s id e n t.
W . F. M E A G M E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W . B. K R A M A R , Cashier.
A. J. R E IN E R T , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . B. K r a m a r ,
W . F. M ea g m e r.

P- L ig-h tb od y ,
A . J. R einert,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 16, 1906.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ............
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o th e r b a n k s .
C h e c k s o n o th e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld co in ,...........................
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 a n d c e n t s ...........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ...............
U n d iv id e d p rofits, less
1,180 25
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
2,0 00 00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
1,619 82 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
11,385 36 D e m a n d an d tim e c e r t i­
6,574 60
fic a te s o f d e p o s i t . . . .
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ............
436 73
282 50
1,703 25

$105,900 42
504 51

$10,000 00
3,5 00 00
4,4 56 90
41,472 02
69,388 97
9,665 40

6,795 00
100 85
$138,483 29

T o ta l

$138,483 29

Reports

o f

sta te

b a n k s

.

223'

Mauston—Juneau County Bank.
GEO. S. G R U B B , P re s id e n t.
H. C. ST R O N G , V ice P re s id e n t.
G eo. S. G ru b b ,
W . G. H o s ig ,
H. C. S tr o n g ,
G. N. M cN ow n ,

W . G. H O SIG , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F . W ilc o x ,
M. O. L oom is,M. S. P o w e r s ;

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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
*O verdrafts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s . . . .
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e from , a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e 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 r e n c y ........... .................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$424,322 81 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
10,085 10 S u rp lu s f u n d ................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
105,302 34
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
ta x e s p a i d . . . ..............
10,000 00
5,185 00 Ind ividu al deposits, subj e c t to c h e c k ................
70,192 23 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e p o s it ..............................
105 00
136 70 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
P o s ta l s a v i n g s .................
7,600 00
61 71
$632,990 89

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

$44,000 00
7,500 00
16,603 21
98,153 05
463,960 70
2,510 97
262 96

$632,990 89

Mauston—State Bank of Mauston.
W . F. W IN S O R , P re s id e n t.
P. D. C U R R A N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

H. D. W IN S O R , C ash ier.
M A R I A F L Y N N , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . F. W in s o r ,
P. D. C u rran ,
W . J. T r o y ,
A n ton Suszycki,

S. F. H o w a rd ,
S. W ie d e n b e c k ,
D a v id M u llo w n e y .

E S T A B L IS H E D IN 1870.
In corporated as a State B an k M arch 2, 1901.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
S to c k s a n d o t h e r s e c u r i t i e s ..........................
B a n k in g h o u se fu r n itu r e an d f i x t u r e s . . . .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D ue fro m other ba n k s. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite 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 an d c e n t s .........
A b s t r a c t b o o k s ................
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$548,706 27 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
8,115 58 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 and
47,670 00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
1,133 94 In d ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ................
14,125 00 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
80,343 34 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e 3,000 00
p o s it . .............................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
515 57 C e rtifie d c h e c k s .............
27 50 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u ts t a n d in g ......................
1,210 50

$50,000 00
6,500 00
8,881 13
122,428 39
25 00
523,042 02
6,090 87
55 29
1,779 90

8,878 00
76 90
5,000 00
$718,802 60

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

$718,802 60

2M

r e p o r t

of

th e

c o m m is s io n e r

of

b a n k in g

.

Mayville—State Bank of Mayville.
AU G. R U E D E B U S C H . P re s id e n t.
B Y R O N B A R M IG, V ic e P re s id e n t.

W M . R IN G L E , C ash ier.
R. F . R U E D E B U S C H , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M. A. B u ss e w itz ,
A. B a c h h u b e r ,
P e te r B u e r g e r .

B y ro n B a r w ig ,
A u g . R u e d e b u sc h ,
L. S. K e e le y ,
R : J. L a n g e n b a c h ,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 7, 1886.
In corporated as a State B ank N ovem b er 3, 1902.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 0 1 7 .
Resources.
Li ans an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d d r a fts ....................
o. s., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e ­
c u r itie s .............
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu 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 . . . . . . . . .
C h e ck s on o th e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 .........

Liabilities.
$659,019 84 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
19 92 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id ed p rofits, less
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
91,036 25
ta x e s p a i d .....................
4,5 00 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
20 ,000 00
5,400 00 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ....... - .....................
10,000 00
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
220,113 92 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 t ­
stan d in g: ........................
2,060 98
17,472 50 P o s ta l s a v i n g s ..................
1,358 00

$70,000 00
24,000 00
9,656 21
185,193 00
570,053 67
232,785 06
199 38
7,251 81
603 14

68,374 00
386 86

T o t a l ......... .............$1 ,0 9 9 ,7 4 2 27

T o ta l ......................$1 ,0 9 9 ,7 4 2 27

Mazomanie—The People’s State Bank.
J. P. H U D SO N . President.
S A M U E L M U R R IS H , V ic e P re s id e n t.
A. L. P a rm a n ,
J. P. H u d so n ,
L. B. R u k a ,

W . H. W U R S T E R , C ash ier.
L O T T A B. S M ITH , A sst. C a sh ier

D IR E C T O R S .
W . H. W u r s te r ,
S am u el M u rrish .

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 2, 1891.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L nan s and d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a f t s .........................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
and o th e r b o n d s .........
R a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n itu r e an d fix t u r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s .................
G o ld 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 .........
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, less
32,041 60
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
ta x e s p a id ......................
2,000 00
775 00 Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ................
46,390 90 T im e c e r tific a te s o f dep o s it ......................... . . .
1,120 00
250 00 R e s e r v e d f o r t a x e s . . . .

$132,587 43
269 03

$17,000 00
3,500 00
2,743 07
81,441 41
114,713 03
559 34

4,455 00
67 89
$219,956 85

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

$219,956 85

R E P O R T S OF STATE BANKS.

225

Medford—State Bank of Medford.
JO H N C A R S T E N S , P re s id e n t.
H E R M A N D U M K E , V ic e P re s id e n t.

L. L. U R Q U H A R T , C ash ier.
A. J. P E R K IN S , A sst. 'Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H e rm a n D u m k e,
jd e B o eb .

A . J. P e r k in s ,
J o h n C a rste n s,
L. L. U rq u h a rt,

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
B a n k in g h o u s e . . . .........
F u r n it u r e a n d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e d b a n k s ..............
C h e ck s o n o t h e r b a n k s
a n d ca sh i t e m s . . . . . .
G o ld 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 . . . . .
T o t a l ......................

$220,493
2,412
3,0 00
1,000
14,576
5,999
2,882
1,259
8,940
119

Liabilities.
67 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
04 S u rp lu s f u n d ........... ..
00 U n d iv id ed p ro fits, less
00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a i d ........ .............
73 D ue to b a n k s — d e p o s it s
in d iv id u al deposits, su b­
71
je c t to c h e c k ................
50 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
00
d e p o s it ...........................
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
00
37

$260,683 02

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

$25,000 00
25,000 00
847 57
235 85
97,439 25
94,436 38
17,723 97

$260,683 02

Mellen—Mellen State Bank.
GEO. E. F O S T E R , P re s id e n t.
C. P. P E C K , V ic e P re s id e n t.

G eo. E. F o s te r ,
C. P. P e ck ,
H.
I. L atim .er,
C. W . L o c k h a r t,

C. F .

PETERSON ,

C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. F. P e te r s o n ,
R o b e r t J oh n son ,
C. A. P o u n d sto n e .

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 6, 190 2.
In corporated as a State B an k July 22, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ............ ..........
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
P re m iu m on b o n d s . . . .
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
O th er rea 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 s e r v e b a n k s .................
C h e c k s o n o th e r b a n k s
and cash ite m s .............
G o ld 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 .........
R e v e n u e sta m p s..............
T o ta l ......................
1 5 — B.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$134,579 83
1,372 57
93,117
276
3,500
1,300
693

75
50
00
00
12

30,505 34
4,384 11
1,827 50
1,624 20

Liabilities.
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 rofits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
ta x e s p a i d ...........
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 it s ..
P o s ta l s a v in g s . . . .
B ills p a y a b le . . . ... .

$16,000 00
10,000 00
2,683 60
109., 879 00
47,749
61,924
11,098
20,000

43
87
02
00

5,871 00
183 00
100 00
$279,334 92

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

$279,334 92

226

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 .

Melrose—Bank of Melrose.
F. E. T A N N E R , P re s id e n t.
E. G. H IG G IN S , V ic e P re s id e n t.
W M . T IB B E T T S , 2nd V ic e P resid en t.,
F. E. T a n n e r,
E. G. H ig g in s ,
E. P. O lson ,
W m . T ib b e tts ,
A. J. W ebb,
J. D. P a tte r s o n ,

C. J. HOG G, C ash ier.
E. W IT Z IG , A sst. C ashier..

D IR E C T O R S .
H u g h S m ith,
O. B. M arshall,.
A n d r e w H e in e ck ,
F r a n k W ä c h t e r , Jr.,
N. O. G ilb e rt.

E S T A B L IS H E D JL'N E 21, 1907.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts .......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s ........
F u r n it u r e a n d fix tu r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s .................
D u e fr o m o t h 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 i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n . . . . , ....................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
U. S. a n d 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 .........
T o ta l ......................

$273,070 87
143 35
62,558 75
3,600 00
40,000 00
10,593 08
333 27
3 ,3 40 00
784 45

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u 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 ......................
In d ividu al 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 it s ...........
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ..........

$25,000 00
6,000 00
3,213 54
101,865 16
166,725 84
96,961 17
39 59

5,358 00
23,53
$399,805 30

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

$399,805 30

Melvina—Melvina State Bank.
G E O R G E J. W E I N E R , P re s id e n t.
V IN C E N T M A S H E K , V ic e P re s id e n t.

R . G. L A H M , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G e o r g e J. W e in e r ,
V in c e n t M ash ek ,
D e n n is M u rp h y ,
D e n n is Shea,

G e o r g e D in g e r ,
C la r e n c e W e b s t e r ,
W m . F. S ey m ou r.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
Duei fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
C h eck s on oth e r ba n ks
a n d c a s h i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. a n 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 .........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$21,505 50
4 89
500 00
2,5 40 00
1,101 55
10,010 22
2,9 20 29

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d
...............
J 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
...............
Individu al deposits, su b­
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 ......................

$10,000 00
1,500 00
197 14
19,186 85
10,653 83

4 00
20 00
379 90
2,511 00
40 47
$41,537 82

T o ta l

$41,537 82

R E P O R T S OF STATE B AN K S.

227

Menasha—Bank of Menasha.
A D. E L D R ID G E , P re s id e n t.
H E N R Y H. K I M B E R L Y , V ic e P res.

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 sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M. B. W h itin g ,
R. J- F ie w e g e r .

A . D. E ld r id g e ,
H a r r y D e W o lf ,
H. H. K im b e r ly ,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 1, 1870.
In corporated as a State B an k M ay 25, 1891.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. . S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
S to c k s a n d o t h e r s e ­
c u r itie s ...........................
B a n k in g h o u se ..............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u se .............................
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. a n 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 . . . . .
T o t a l ......................

L ia b ilitie s

$669,913 84
1,512 94
108,600 00
2,0 0 00
21,000 00
11,050 00
61,414 55
4,6 91 68
3,3 18 64
11,900 00
2,922 40

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s, fu n d ..................
jn t liv id e d p ro fits, le ss
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 u e to b a n k s — d e p o s it s
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
j e 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 its .........
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 t ­
s t a n d in g .......................

$50,000 00
35,000 00
64,792 32
2,3 7 4 07
357,359 84
151,768 79
263,084 13
708 40
540 00

26,953 00
350 50
T o ta l ......................

$925,627 55

$925,627 55

Menomonee Falls— Citizens State Bank.
G.
B.

E. H O Y T , P re s id e n t.
T R I L L E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

E. C. K A M B E , C ash ier.
GEO. E. W A R T H , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
B. T rille r ,
Jn o. A. P ra tt.

G. E. H o y t,
C. W . F ra se r,
A. R. B aer,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 20, 190 2.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$223,426 10 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
2,062 99 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
jn d iv i d e d p ro fits , le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
500 00
t a x e s p a id ..................
Ind
ividu al deposits, su b­
00
2,000
je c t to c h e c k ................
2,445 21
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ........... ...................
24,089 78
S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
2,574 82 C e rtifie d c h e c k s . . . . . . .
.
812 50 N o te s an d b ills r e d is ­
c o u n te d .........................
1,359 90

Resources.
L o a n s and d is c o u n ts . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o th e r b o n d s .........
S to c k s an d o th e r s e ­
c u r itie s ..................
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h ecks on oth e r b a n k s
a n d c a s h i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ..................
U. S. a n 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 .........

11,454 00
148 56

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

$270,873 86


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

$15,000 00
5,0 00 00
1,462 20
87,302 43
97,407 88
55,688 94
1,012 41
8,0 00 00

$270,873 86

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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 .

«
Menomonee Falls—Farmers and Merchants Bank.
S A M U E L A. C O N N E LL , P re s id e n t.
W IL L IA M B. C A M P B E L L , V ic e P res.

S am u el A. C o n n e ll,
W illia m H. C o n n e ll,
A lb e r t H. R c k h a r d t,

A L B E R T H. E C K H A R D T , C a sh ier.
W . S, G O O D E . A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W illia m B. C a m p b ell,
E d w a r d P u e h le r .

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 27, 1908.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v erd rafts .............
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
B an king- h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
u u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
serve banks ..................
G o ld c o in ........................
S ilv e r c o in .......................
U. S., a n 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 .........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
$30,000
S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
6,000
u n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
197,572 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
3,750 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
4,0 45
2 ,1 00 00 Individu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k .
72,113
51,969 75 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
2 ,0 00 00
p o s it ................................
292,106
1,578 40 S a v in g s d e p o s its . . . . .
203,419
B ills p a y a b le ................
30,000
16,649 00
378 04

$361,569 04
119 95

$637,686 18

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

00
00
90
96
90
42
00

$637,686 18

Menomonie—Bank of Menomonie.
L. D. H A R V E Y , P re s id e n t.
M A R T IN F L A D O E S , V ic e P re s id e n t.
L. D. H a r v e y ,
M a r tin F la d o e s ,
O lo f N oer,

O L E N E S S E T H , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L. A. D ah l,
O le N esseth .

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 26, 1867.
In corporated as a State R an k July 27, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
an d ca sh ite m s,...........
G old coin ...........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
T o ta l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$166,726 68
396 30
1,650 00
7,500 00
1,500 00
19,877 85
2,563 37
1,517 50
645 65
7,684 00
64 55
$210,125 90

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
S u rp lu s funrl
U n d iv id ed p ro fits, le ss
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 u e to b a n k s — d e p o s it s
Individu al deposits su bje c t to c h e c k ................
D em an d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
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 its .........
N o te s an d b ills r e d is c o u n te d ........................
T o ta l

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

$30,000 00
8,000 00
1 , 626 42
9,051 50
78,843 07
2,090 03
64,516 21
14,156 87
1,841 80
$210,125 90

R E P O R T S OF STATE B AN K S.

229

Menomonie—Kraft State Bank.
W M . F. K R A F T , Cashier.
F. W M . N O T N A G E L , A sst. Cashier.

P H I L L I P K R A F T , President.
JO H N S. K R A F T , V ice President.
SA M P. K R A F T , 2nd V ice President.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . F. K raft,
F. W m . N otnagel.

P hillip K ra ft,
John S. K ra ft,
Sam P. K ra ft,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 18, 1914.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ,...
O v erd rafts ........................
B an kin g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due from approved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash item s. . . . . . .
G old coin ..........................
Silver coin .........................
II. S. and 'national cu r­
rency ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............

T ota l

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

$210,606
276
12,000
3,3 08

22
62
00
27

31,123 77
572 71
272 50
1 ,0 26 10
5,522 00
95 92

$264,804 11

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es paid ....................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit ............................
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
Certified checks .............
C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................
T ota l

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

Menomonie—The Schutte & Quiling Bank.
A . Q U IL L IN G , P resident.

A . Q uilling,
H.
C. Inen feldt,

$30,000 00
20,000 00

15,038 62
38,241 47
6,819 03
148,897 22
2,597 22
700 00
2,510 55
$264,804 11

II

W . S C H U T TE . 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 ausrud,

E S T A B L IS H E D IN 1873.
In corporated as a State B an k A ugu st 27, 190 3.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties . .................................
B an king h o u s e .................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate ow n ed .
Due from approved re ­
serve banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k s ..
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ................................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$989,953 51
1,709 93
10,200 00
4,400 00
16.000 00
5,297 16
700 00
177,408 07
50,295 67
17,548 18
14,305 00
6,794 90

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U n d iv ided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid ....................
Due to banks— d eposits.
Individu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ...........
D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
T im e certificates o f de­
posit ...............................
Savings deposits .............
C ashier’ s
checks
out­
stand ing ........................

$30,000 00
30,000 00
51,006 47
6,000 00
460,053 13
12 ,881 73
619,770 16
106,603 94
8,546 30

29,815 00
434 31

........... $ 1 ,3 2 4 ,8 6 1 73

T ota l

...................... $ 1 ,3 2 4 ,8 6 1 73

230

R E P O R T O F T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R OB' B A N K I N G .

Merrill—Lincoln County Bank.
A . H. S T A N G E , P resident.
C J. K IN Z E L , V ic e President.

W M . J. T E SC 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. E m erich,
W m . J. Tesch.

A . H. Stange,
C. H. Stange,
John V a n H ecke,
A. B. N elson,

E S T A B B IS H E D JU L Y , 1897.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u gu st 10, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other bon ds .........
B an king house fu rn itu re
and fixtures ..................
Due fro m apprveod r e ­
serve banks ..................
Due fro m other b a n k s ..
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T otal

$753,830 96
611 09
223,189 68
25,000 00
87,153 44
4,5 61 36
3,6 32 21
8,460 00
2,411 30

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in. . . . $100,000
20,000
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes paid ....................
31,575
Due to banks— d eposits.
1,119
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ........
413,009
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit ...............................
110,259
450,847
S avings d e p o s i t s ....
C ashier’ s
ch ecks
out­
standing .........................
49
R eseryed fo r t a x e s .............
4,500

00
00
75
52
54
27
67
45
00

22,046 00
465 16

...................... $1 ,1 3 1 ,3 6 1 20

T otal

...................... $ 1 ,1 3 1 ,3 6 1 20

Merrill—The German American State Bank.
P . J. S M IT H , P resident.
E. W . K U B A STA V ice President.
W M . E. P E T E R M A N , 2nd V ice Pres.

R . C. B A L L S T A D T , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. F. Lueck,
V al. H enrich,
W m . F- N everm ann,
F red H esterm ann.

E. J. Smith,
E. W . K u basta,
W m . E. P eterm an.
R. C. B allstadt,
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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esources.
L o a n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s .............
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
Du© fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
D ue from other banks
.
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ....
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
G old co m ...........................
Silver coin .............
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ....
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

$422,043 78
110 66
109.667 50
981 00
41,126 41
228 41
491

73

2.816 26
10,117 00
560 85

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
$40,000 00
Surplus fu n d ....................
14,000 00
U ndivided profits
Jess
current expenses and
taxes paid ........................
6,510 95
D ue to banks— d eposits.
13,110 40
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k .......
130,120
63
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
77,341 61
S avings d e p o s i t s ...
309,149
78
C ashier’ s
checks
out­
stand ing ........................
300
R eserved fo r ta x es and
interest ...........................
3,766 48

5,809 00
50
25
$594,002 85

T otal

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

$594,002 85

R EP O R TS OF STATE BAN KS.

231

Merrillan—The State Bank of Merrillan.
A E. B R A D F O R D , President.
A. J. K E IT H , V ice President.

J- L- W R IG H T , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
G. R . F ra n cis,
W m . Gearing,
J- L. W righ t.

A. E. B ra d ford ,
A. J. K eith,
T. B. K eith,
M. P. Cannon,

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

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 19 17.
R esources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
O ther real estate owned .
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks . ................
D ue fr o m other ba n k s. .
C hecks on other banks
and cash it e m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T ota l

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

L ia b ilitie s .

$94,733 80 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
510 42 Surplus fund ....................
'U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
3,600 00
taxes paid ....................
3,633 34
Due
to banks— d eposits.
71
1,081
2,244 92 ¡Individual deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
6,524 50 T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................... ............
4,066 69
¡Savings d e p o s i t s .............
106 69
1,840 00
1,312 15

$10,000 00

2,000 00
2,424 53
5,000 00
28,708 15
54,791 31
18,564 11

1,819 00
14 88
$121,488 10 j

$121,488 10

T otal

Merrimack—The State Bank of Merrimack.
GEO. A. GROSS, P resident.
JA S. S. T O W E R S , V ice P resident.

E. J. V O N B E R G , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
John H err,
Jam es S. T ow ers,
W . H. M cLeish.

E dw . G attwinkel,
E. J. von B erg,
T. M. M ould,
Geo. A. Gross,

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 16, 1908.

Statement Novem ber 20 , 1 9 1 7 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R e so u rc e s.

L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fixtu res. .
D u e from ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
D ue from other banks. .
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national c u r­
ren cy ............. .................
N ickes and c e n ts .............
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$106,706 43
2,79
25,500 00
2,500 00

1,200 00
24.635 81
2.448 27
2,035 00

C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid ....................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
S avings d e p o s i t s .............

$10,000 00
2,500 00
1,0 94 16
37,418 14
106,663 41
9,819 78

2,347 00
120 19
$167,495 49

T ota l

$167,495 49

232

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

Merton—Farmers Exchange Bank.
R.
F.

A IN S W O R T H , President.
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 .
M ath W eber,
W ,W . B row n,
R obert W in kler,
P aul R. M cK ee.

R. A insw orth,
F. J. W oodh ead ,
C. H. Golden.
G. Staus,
W m . Schlicher,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 2, 1914.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 19 17 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R e so u r c e s.

L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
D ue fro m approved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
ancf cash ite m s.............
G old coin ........................ ..
S ilver coin ........................
IJ. S. and national cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
Cash short ......... ...............
T ota l

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

$87,208 08
531 50
45,132 37
3,701 68
2,929 07
5,637 50
280 00
420 00
175 25

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid ....................
D ividends unpaid ...........
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
Savings d e p o s i t s ..............
B ills p a v a b le ......................

$18,000 00
400 00
799 60
21 00
25,710 32
67,572 62
27,157 53
8,000 00

1,547 00
96 97
1 65
$147,661 07

T ota l

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

$147,661 07

Middleton—Bank of Middleton.
C. F. A L L E N . P re s id e n t.
L O U IS W A T Z K E , V ic e P re s id e n t.
E. N. S C H E R B E L , 2nd V ic e P res.

A. J. V IC T O R , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Wm.
E. N.
A. J.
John

L o u is R u ss,
L o u is W a tz k e ,
Auerust F. B r u n k o w ,
M e lc h o ir K a ls c h e u r ,
Chas. F. A lle n ,

D u rk o p p ,
S ch erb el,
V ic to r ,
N a ssh en d er.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 6, 1903.

Statement November 2 0 . 19 17.
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 ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ...............
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G old co in ........................
Silver* c o in .............
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r rencv .............................
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

Liabilities.
$254,948 85 C a p ita l s t o c k p aid i n . .
918 77 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
24,500 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
t a x e s p a id ..................
2,800 00
40,188 09 Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ................
40,725 83 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it .............
4,058 19 S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
847 50 B ills p a y a b le ..................
942 60

$25,000 00
2,0 00 00
521 40
83,952 75
247.011 64
3,082 30
15.000 00

6,614 00
29 26
$376,568 09

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

$376,568 09

233

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS.

Milan—Milan State Bank.
M. C. E L L IN G S O N , P re s id e n t.
P A U L B E N ZM A N N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

M. C. E llin g s o n ,
P a u l B en zm a n n ,
H e n ry G lo c k ,

G E O R G E V O E T Z . C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G e o r g e F u lm e r,
H e rm a n W . M a rq u a rd t,
G e o r g e V o e tz .

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 5, 1917.

Statement Novem ber 20 , 1 9 17 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s and d is c o u n t s . . .
U. S., state, m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
Due fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d c a sh it e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........

$20,911 83 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
500 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
1,401 50
Individu al deposits, sub­
je
c t to c h e c k ................
01
15,165
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ........... ....................
3 00
60 00 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s ...........
578 45

481 45
22,457 28
7,659 60
712 26

2,600 00
90 80
$41,310 59

T o ta l

$ 10,000 00

$41,310 59

T o ta l

Milladore—Milladore State Bank.
JA C O B V E R H U L S T , P re s id e n t.
W . G. B E R D A R , V ice President.

J a c o b Y e rh u lst,
W . O. D y er,
W . G. B e rd a r,

W . O. D Y E R , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. E. M yers,
J o h n H a u m sch ild .

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 31, 1914.

Statement November 20 , 1 9 17 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R e so u rc e s.

L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts .......................
U. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
and o th e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e an d fi x t u r e s .
m e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
se r v e b a n k s . . . . . . . . .
G old c o in ........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$69,928 24
902 22
500 00
2,500 00
1,982 42
6,344 24
10 00
364 60
2,777 00
102 57
$85,411 29

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
Surplus fund ....................
U n d iv id ed p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a id ..................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ...............
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ........... ...............
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ............. .............
R eserved fo r t a x e s .. . .
T o ta l

$ 10,000 00

1,000 00
849 39
42,289 25
20,440 06
10,532 59
300 00
$85,411 29

234

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 .

Milltown—The Milltown State Bank.
C H A R L E S H. O A K E Y , P re s id e n t.
M A R T IN Y D E , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W . E. T W E T T E N , C ash ier.
H. F . SJO ST R O M , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C h ris T r e ts v e n ,
N. J. L a rse n .

C h a rle s H. O a k e y ,
M a rtin Y d e,
G e o r g e A . N elson ,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 30, 190 7.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts .......................
U. S., sta te, m u n icip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s _____
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s .............
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
C h ecks on oth er ba n k s
a n d c a sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. a n 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 .........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$236,077 92 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
694 97 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
u n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
5,8 00 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
3,0 00 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
2,5 50 00 D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ..........
Individu al deposits, su b­
20,407 99
j e c t to c h e c k ................
9,606 06 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p osit .................................
22 00 S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
710 00 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
393 25
s t a n d in g ......................
B ills p a y a b le . ................
3,078 00
81 99
$282,427 18

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

$20,000 00
6,500 00
1,578 76
14 00
82,308 55
54,726 05
96,578 53
721 29
20,000 00

$282,427 18

Milton—Bank of Milton.
P. M. G R E E N , P re s id e n t.
E. D. B L ISS, V ic e P re s id e n t.

T. A. S a u n d ers,
P. M. G reen ,
J. H. C oon ,

B. H. W E L L S . C a sh ier.
J. H. COON, A sst. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
B. H. W e lls ,
E. D. B liss,
G ra n t W . D a v is.

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 18, 1883.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A p ril 16, 1884.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e a n d fix t u r e s .
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
serve b a n k s ..................
Due fro m other b a n k s ..
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d c a s h item .s...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in .......................
U. S. a n 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 .........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$151,925 44
1,436 27
22,995
4,0 00
2,0 00
4,159

00
00
00
86

57,695 83
5,336 67

Liabilities.
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 ed p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
t a x e s p a id
...............
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
D em a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................

$15,000
00
15,000 00
4,9 97 64
121,142 57
98,088 35

141 69
1,0 30 00
399 55
3,025 00
83 25
$254,228 56

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

$254,228 56

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235

STATE BANKS.

Milton Junction—The Farmers Bank.
JO H N A . P A U L , P re s id e n t.

J o h n A. P a u l,
A. M; P a u l,
S. C. C h a m b e rs

A . M. P A U L , C a sh ier.
A . P A U L O W E N , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A u g u s t L a lk ,
W e s le y W in ch .

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 11, 1911.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S. sta te m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e . . . . . . .
^ ae. fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o jn ...........
U. S. a n 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 .........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$242,659 09 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
5,5 51 35 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id ed p ro fits, less
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
5,000 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
5 ,1 34 94
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je
c t to c h e c k ................
88,913 30
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
22,869 06
352 50
1,659 30

$25,000 00
5 ,0 00 00
6,597 18
109,604 85
230,337 55

4,2 91 00
109 04
$376,539 58

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

$376,539 58

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 s id 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 r k e ,
W ill H. G ates,

L. H. M o rg a n .

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 .
In corporated as a" State B an k D ecem ber 29, 1891.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$15,000
00
$104,918 22 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
...............
10,000 00
373 45 S u rp lu s fu n d
n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
13,950 00
ta x e s p a id
...............
4,045 55
21,888 65 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je
c
t
to
c
h
e
c
k
.....................
50 ,321 97
1,251 40
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
.............................
68,529 17
p
o
s
it
841 81
10 00
472 80

Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s . . . .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s .................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s
C h ecks on oth e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in ........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 . . . . .

4,083 00
107 36

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

$147,896 69


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

$147,896 69

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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 IN G .

Milwaukee—American Exchange Bank.
E D W . A. F A R M E R , P resident.
L. E. K IL IA N , Cashier.
W . D. G R A Y , V ice President.
C. D. R A N E Y , A sst. C ashier,
E. J. K E A R N E Y , 2nd V ice President.
R. L. STO N E , 3d V ice P resident.
D IR E C T O R S .
A u g. C. Beck,
M. S. Sheridan,
W . D. Gray,
A. D. Gebhardt,
E dw . A. F arm er,
E. J. K earn ey,
W m . Geo. Bruce,
H u g o Deuster,
E d ga r L. W ood.
W . D. Johnson.
F. A . L ange,
E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 1, 1892.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . . $ 3 ,1 2 8 ,2 2 1 38 C apital stock paid in -----$250,000 00
O verdrafts ........................
1,916 90 Surplus f u n d ....................
50,000 00
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits,
less
599,942 10
and other b o n d s ...........
current expenses and
S tocks and other secu ritaxes p a i d ......................
89,968 41
„ t i e s ....................................
10,750 00 D ue to banks— d eposits.
10,0 22 23
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
19,257 25 Individu al deposits, su b­
O ther real estate o w n ed .
21,450 00
je c t to c h e c k .................. 2 ,0 0 7 ,7 1 8 95
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
T im e certificates o f de­
serve banks ..................
204,206 99
p osit ...............................
462,424 74
Due from other b a n k s ..
1,543 61 S avings d e p o s i t s ............. 1 ,3 3 2 ,3 5 5 19
C hecks on other banks
Certified checks .............
17,422 52
33,707 07 C ashier’ s
and cash ite m s .............
checks
out­
E x ch a n ges fo r clearing
standing .........................
19,441 54
„ house ...............................
92,365 90 R eserved fo r taxes and
Gold com ...........................
9,422 50
interest ...........................
23,578 60
20,103 40
S ilver coin ...................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...........................
119,870 00
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
175 08
T otal

. . . ................$ 4 ,2 6 2 ,9 3 2 18

T otal

...................... $ 4 ,2 6 2 ,9 3 2 18

Milwaukee—Badger State Bank.
G U S T A V R E IN K E , President.
C. L. R O L O F F , V ice President.
JOHN J . O CONNELL,- 2nd V ice Pres.

A. E. F R A N C K E , Cashier.
E. W . L E IC H T F U S S , A sst. Cashier.

iU K flicT U R B .
G ustav Reinke,
C. L. R oloff,
A u gu st N eudling,
F. C. Schultz,
Carl F. B usacker,
J. J. O’ Connell,
H. S chum acher,
C harles Klabunde,
H erm an K rienitz,
O scar J. H. Semm ann,
R ich ard Hoeppner,
W m . A. T haringer.
E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 4, 190 7.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
$807 963 62 C apital stock paid in. . . . $200,000
4,409 56 Surplus fu nd ....................
O verdrafts ........................
4,000
b . S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
485 765 99
current expenses and
S tocks in fed eral reserve
taxes paid ....................
26,365
banks
............................
6;100 0o Individu
al deposits, sub­
B an k in g house ................
21,028 94
je c t to c h e c k ..................
420,404
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
4H 66 60 T im e certificates o f d e­
O ther real estate o w n e d .
5,’ 900 00
posit ...............................
73,061
D ue fro m approved re­
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
767,879
serve banks ..................
56,232 52 Certified c h e c k s ................
790
D ue fro m fed eral reserve
C ashier’ s
checks
out­
bank ...............................
46,035 61
standing ........................
6,8 44
C hecks on other banks
P osta l S avin gs ................
3,311
and cash ite m s .............
1,5 12 50 R eserved fo r t a x e s .........
2,000
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
„ house ...............................
26,542 28
G o!d coin ..........
1,660 00
S ilver coin ........................
6,504 00
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
30,384 00
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
450 21

 T ota l ...................... $ 1 ,5 0 4 ,6 5 5 83
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T otal

00
00
03
11
09
17
64
35
44
00

.......................$ 1 ,5 0 4 ,6 5 5 83

237

R E P O R T S OF STATE B AN K S.

Milwaukee—East Side Bank.
J. G. H IC K C O X , President.
W . I. G R E E N E , V ice P resident.

R. K IE L , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H. S. Eidred,
R. Kiel.

J. G. H ick co x ,
W . I. Greene,
P. W . Dean,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 26, 1916.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts ...................... ..
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F u rn itu re and fixtu res. .
D u e from ap p roved re serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s.............
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
OJnld r.oin ...........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
L ib e rty bon ds ..................
T o ta l

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

Liabilities.
$210,955 56 C apital stock paid in . . . .
2,787 11 ^Undivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a i d ......................
46,437 32
5,449 15 Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
63,908 53 /Time certificates o f dep osit ...............................
3,649 05 S avin gs d e p o s i t s .............
Certified c h e c k s ................
checks
out681 99 C ash ier’ s
standing ........................
485 00
1,902 65 B ills p ayable . ..................

$50,000 00
3,613 43
178,742 61
9,970 50
75,044 33
1,362 98
1,516 10
23,438 75

3,169 00
213 34
4,050 00
$343,688 70

T o ta l

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

$343,688 70

Milwaukee—Home Savings Bank.
F A U S T IN P R IN Z , P re s id e n t.
M IC H A E L B. W E L L S , V ic e P res.

M IC H A E L B. W E L L S , C ash ier.
A L F R E D P R IN Z , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C has. J. P o e ts c h ,
M ich a e l B. W e lls ,
H u g o Z ed ier.

A lb e r t F ro e d e ,
F a u s tin P rin z,
J u liu s G oetz,
G e o r g e D u rn er,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 19, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , Í 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S.. sta te, m u n icip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
"R anking h o u s e .............
F u r n itu r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
G old c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e 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

$468,547 59
131 37
105,191 61
10,000 00
7,5 00 00
41,682 88
5 .'307 50
2,558 70
1 4 .800 00
569 15

$656,288 80

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
$50,000 00
S u rp lu s fu n d .................
10,^00 00
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
ta x e s n a id ..................
9,629 32
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k .
257,717
50
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
107.997 48
«q.vino-s d e p o s its . . . . . .
208 817 45
''V r+ified c h e c k s ...........
4,002 78
C a s h ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t ­
standing- ......................
3,151 54
■Rogo-vod fo r taxes and
interest ...........................
5.4 72 73
T o ta l ......................

$656.288 80

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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—Kilboum State Bank.
F . L. K U N K E L , P re s id e n t.
J. H. W E B E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

F. E. W A L B E R , C ash ier.
R A Y M O N D J. G E N G L E R , A sst. C ash.
C. H. E L W IN G , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. H. W e b e r ,
N. W . H o lle n b e c k ,
C has. S om m erfield ,
J o se p h M iller,
G eo. B a u er.

F . L. K u n k e l,
F . E. W a lb e r ,
M. J. G r u e sc h o w ,
C has. F re y ,
J. E. D irk ,
V a l G e rh a rd t,
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 27, 1915.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d ca sh i t e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e .............................
G o ld c o in .................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
T o ta l .........' ............

$256,296 94
15596
144,053 35
6,010 70
27,670 23
639 52
21,995 52
325 00
3,7 23 75
12,972 96
710 96
$474,554 89

Liabilities.
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, le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a id ..................
Ind ividu al d eoosits su b­
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 it s .........
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 t ­
s t a n d in g ......................
R e s e r v e d f o r t a x e s ........

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

$50,000 00
2,5 00 00
6,238 52
209,492 23
36,203 89
164,274 15
1,8 87 59
1,858 51
2 ,1 00 00

$474,554 89

Milwaukee—Marshall & Ilsley Bank.
JO H N C A M P B E L L , P re s id e n t.
F. X . B O D D E N , A sst. C a sh ier.
J. H. P U E L IC H E R , V ic e P re s id e n t
H. J. P A IN E , A sst. C ash ier.
an d C ash ier.
J. E. JO N E S, A sst. C ash ier.
G. A. R E U S S , 2nd V ic e P re s id e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
Jas. K . I ls le y ,
J. H. T w e e d y , Jr.,
J o h n C a m p b e ll,
G u s ta v R e u ss ,
J. H. P u e lic h e r .
A lb e r t F. G a llu n ,
W m . S. M a rsh a ll.
J. O. F ra n k ,
R o b t. N. M cM y n n ,
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 corp ora ted as a State B an k D ecem ber 31, 1887.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s . . $12 ,2 3 6 ,5 8 0
20,842
O v e r d r a fts ....................
U. S.. sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s . . . . 2 ,5 4 8 ,0 6 7
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e ­
103,898
c u r itie s ......................
339,494
B a.nl« n g h o u s e ...........
37,735
S a fe d e p o s it d e p t ........
O th er
real
esta te
14,780
o w n e d ..........................
Due
fr o m
ap p roved
r e s e r v e b a n k s .........
2 507,1P7
9,932
D u e fr o m o+Per b a n k s
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
234,378
an d cash ite m s . . . .
E x ch a n g e s fo r c le a r ­
181,786
in g h o u s e ..................
5.840
F o ld coin ......................
18,144
S ilv e r co in .................. .
XT. s. an d n a tio n a l c u r 260.084
’’ e n o v ........................................
2,399
N iek ela and c e n t s . . . .
F ederal reserve bank
51,000
s t o c k .............................

80
09
19
15
44
32
54
fid
79
58
40
00
60
00
74

00
00
89
99
00
56
81
5*
47
01
00
00
90
07

00

T o ta l .................... $1 8,57 2,98 2 24


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Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . $1 000,000
S u rp lu s fu n d ................
700,000
U n d iv id ed p rofits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
ta x e s p a id ................
198,091
D u e to ba n k s-— d e p o s ­
3 ,4 9 3 ,6 9 0
its ....................................
D iv id e n d s u n p a id . . . .
126
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k .............
4 ,2 1 0 ,3 4 3
T im e
c e r t ific a t e s
of
d e p o s it ............. ..
1 ,6 9 1 ,7 5 8
S a v in g s d e p o s its . . . .
6 ,0 9 8 ,9 0 8
C e rtifie d c h e c k s .........
7,403
C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ....................
100,767
N o te s and b ills r e ­
d is c o u n te d . . . . . . . .
220,410
B ills nava.ble .................
665,000
R e s e r v e d f o r ta x e s and
a c c ru e d in te r e s t . . .
179,039
O th er lia b ilit ie s . . . . .
7,442

T o t a l .................... $1 8,57 2,98 2 24

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Milwaukee—Merchants and Farmers State Bank.
F R A N K C F IS C H E R , President.
F R A N K S E E M A N N , SR., V ice Pres.

G. G. F IS C H E R , Cashier.
A R M IN G R Ü N E W A L D , Asst.
Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F rank C. F ischer,
W a lte r F. K irch off,
F erdinand H ahm ,
E dw in J. Kraus,
F ra n k Seemann, Sr.
H erm an R adke.
W . Sievers, Sr.,
E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 3, 1910.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L ean s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
Other a s s e t s ......................
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties ...................................
B a n k in g -h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu r e s ..
Other real estate owned .
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l

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

$412,234 59
4298
281,959 78
3,2 97 45
4,1 72
16,318
6,342
6,941

50
67
36
76

79,267 95
500 00
1,8 65 00
1 ,8 42 00

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in. . . ,
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es p a i d ......................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ...............
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
Savings deposits
Certified c h e c k s ................
C ashier’s
checks
ou t­
stand ing . .......................
L ib e r ty loan accou n t. . . .
R eserved fo r ta xes and
interest .........................

$65,000 00
13,000 00
7,133 59
265,041 45
53,821 85
402,314 63
1,043 63
4,560 96
13,546 00
5,862 91

16,154 00
385 98
$831,325 02

T otal

$831,325 02

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,

B. V. D E L A H U N T , Cashier.
F R A N K B R A N D , Asst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
L. M. A lexander,
E. C. K n oern schild,
T. H. Spence,
W . F. M yers,
F red Doepke,
H. P. Andrae,
.Tudson G. Rosebush,
G. J. A. T rostel,
B. V. D ela H unt,
H askel N oyes,
F. J. W ood ,
W . H. Park.
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 19, 1906.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and discou nts ....$ 1 ,5 4 6 ,3 1 9 81 C apital stock paid in . . . . $400,000 00
1 1 8 1 4 Surplus fu nd ....................
O verdrafts ........................
65,000 00
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
469,652 00
cu rren t expenses and
B an kin g house ................
115,000 00
taxes m i d ......................
9,506 36
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
25,900 00 iD u e to banks— deposits.
110,137 13
O ther real estate ow n ed.
27,860 09 D ividen ds unpaid ...........
141 00
D ue fro m approved re ­
Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
serve banks ..................
238,904 02
je c t to c h e c k .................. 1 ,2 4 1 ,7 9 4 64
D ue fro m other b a n k s ..
45,518 95 (Time certificates o f d e­
Checks on other banks
p osit .................................
187,386 92
1 ,7 92 87 Savings d e p o s i t s .............
and cash ite m s.............
466,633 37
E x ch an ges fo r clea rin g
C ertified c h e c k s ................
5,537 60
bou se .............................
24,955 62 C ash ier’s
ch ecks
ou t­
Gold coin ...........................
18 ,595 00
stand ing .........................
4,5 27 44
S ilver coin .........................
5,435 25 B ills p a y a b l e ....................
50,000 00
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
¡R eserved fo r tax es and
ren cy ...............................
42,394 00
interest ..........................
15,075 74
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
751 13 Interest collected ...........
7,456 68
T ota l

...................... $ 2 ,5 6 3 ,1 9 6 88


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T ota l .......................$ 2 ,5 6 3 ,1 9 6 88

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Milwaukee—Mitchell Street State Bank.
JO H N T. JO H N SO N , P resident.
F R A N K J. G R U T Z A , Cashier.
SYL. J. W A B IS Z E W S K I, V ice 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 ra n k Grutza,
Joseph T. Esser;
K. W agn er,
E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L 19, 1907.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ............. ..
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
Stocks and other securities ...................................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Other real estate o w n ed.
D ue fro m approved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al curren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
A ccru ed interest .............
T otal

Liabilities.
$657,203 91 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
4,567 41 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
247,458 60
taxes paid ....................
1,530 00 D ue to banks— d eposits.
5,000 00 ¡Individual deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
27,332 76
D em and certificates of
deposit ....................
134,896 66
Savings d e p o s i t s .............
C
ertified
checks . . . . . . .
4 ,9 38 00
checks
ou L
250 00 C ash ier’ s
stand ing .........................
5,020 00
S pecial reserve . ..............
56,377 00
1,581 81
674 19

.................. .. .$ 1 ,1 4 6 ,8 3 0 34

T ota l

$50,000 00
10,000 00
5,670 93
2,000 00
463,894 42
72,798 32
53 2,215 89
3,9 82 83
2,883 60
3,3 84 35

...................... $ 1 ,1 4 6 ,8 3 0 34

Milwaukee—North Avenue State Bank.
W IL L I A M F. C O E R P E R , P resident.
A. J. L A N G H O L F F , V ice P resident.

JOS. M. W O L F , Cashier.
E. O. P E R S C H B A C H B R , A sst.
Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . Garens,
W m . F. C oerper,
A. J. L angh olff,
Joseph M. W o lf,
John C. Coerper,
J. H. B inney,
E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 2, 1911.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g house ................
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
O ther real estate o w n ed.
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash i t e m s ............
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
house ..............................
'Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
•N ickels'and c e n t s ...........
T ota l

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


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$315,357 84
525 02
159,696
12,500
4,533
9,222

90
00
20
59

18,953 78
1,853 46
9,092 44
242
931 2 d
15,592 00
237 65
$548,738 63

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
$50,000
10,000
Surplus fu nd ....................
S pecial gu a ra n ty fu n d ..
1 ,0 62
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es paid ...........
15,060
Individu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ......
221,874
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit ...............................
34,579
S avings deposits .............
19 2,696
C ertified checks .............
1,7 09
C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................
9,7 82
R eserved fo r i n t e r e s t ...
2,330
R eserved fo r t a x e s ........
1,275
R eserved fo r d is c o u n t ..
1,5 81
L ib e rty loan a c c o u n t ...
6,786
T otal

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

00
00
24
57
35
69
75
74
54
44
00
31
00

$548,738 63

R E P O R T S OF STATE B AN K S.

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Milwaukee—Park Savings Bank.
JE S S E C A P P O N . P resident.
A. G. L A N G L O IS , Cashier.
JA C O B N EU M TJE LLE R , V ice Pres.
P. G. E X N E R , A sst. Cashier.
A L E X R IT T E R , 2nd V ic e President.
D IR E C T O R S .
Jesse Cappon,
S. P. C rof.
J a co b N eum ueller,
W m . C. F eerick,
A. G. L anglois,
A le x R itter,
P. W . K em p,
P eter Katr.es,
R . W . R einhold,
P au l H artung,
H e n ry H um holz,
E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 29, 1915.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
IT. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s.............
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
IT. S. and nation al c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
N ick els and c e n ts ...........
T o ta l

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

$388,022 96
87,096 72
11,600 00
10,100 00
16,094 26
10,288 80
7,6 62 83
1,6 1 5 00
2 ,5 12 40

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es paid ....................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
Savings d e p o s i t s .............
C ertified c h e c k s ................
C ash ieP s
checks
ou t­
standing ........................

$50,000 00
8,243 26
315,715 42
45,091 04
136,971 66
514 15
2,603 85

23,359 00
787 41
$559,139 38

T ota l

$559,139 38

Milwaukee—Second Ward Savings Bank.
JOS. E. TJTHT-EIN. P resident.
G I,. W Ë IG L E . Cashier.
CITAS. C S C H M ID T . V ice P resident.
W . G. W H Y T E , Asst. Cashier.
H E N R Y B T ETK E LD . V ice President.
A L B E R T C ET .SER. V ice President.
J. U. L A D E M A N N , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .
Jos. E. Uihlein,
H en ry H. Schroeder,
John K rem er,
P eed J. Schroeder.
Ohas. C. Schm idt,
A lb ert H. W ein brenn er,
H. G. B ielfeld.
R ussell Jackson,
R o b e rt A. U ihlein
J U. Ladem ann.
W in : B. Uihlein,
H e n ry C. Ouarles,
Mb. C. Elser.
G. L. W eig l e.
E rw in C. U ihlein,
E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 1, 1855.
In corporated as a State B an k J a n u a ry 26, 1866.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . $1 1,577.41 4
O verdrafts ......................
2,506
U. S.. state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s .........
6 ,1 5 5 ,2 9 4
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties ........
601
400,000
B an k in g house .............
D ue fro m anproved r e ­
serve banks ...............
3 ,6 9 5 ,8 9 1
Due fro m other ba n k s.
13 ,072
Checks on other banks
and cash ite m s ...........
543,625
E x ch an ges fo r clearing
house ......................
200,275
Gold coin ....................
43,600
S ilver coin ......................
67,368
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy . . .........................
559.177
N ickels and c e n ts .........
8,861
D ue fro m .co m p tro lle r o f
the cu rre n cy .............
43,500
L ib e rty loan a c c o u n t .. .
411,560
T ota l

82
74
62
00
00
88
39
44
16
00
05
00
25
00
00

.................. $2 3,72 2,74 8 35
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Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n .. $1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
600,000
Surplus fu n d ..................
R eserv e accou n ts .........
253,619
U nd ivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es paid ..................
147,556
D ue to banks— rioppgitg 2 ,0 5 5 ,3 3 2
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ...............
6 ,7 6 5 ,3 0 8
Dem and certificates o f
deposit ..........................
1 ,3 5 6 ,2 9 0
S avings deposits ......... 10 ,3 9 7 ,1 8 0
Gertified checks ............
7,8 17
¡Cashier’ s checks ou t­
s t a n d i n g ......................
157,123
P csta l savin gs .............
23,064
Due U. S. t r e a s u r e r incom e tax .................................... 198
C ertificate o f indebt.—
D eposit accou n t . . . . .
119,524
L ib e rty loan a c c o u n t...
846,732
T ota l

..........$ 2 3 ,7 2 2 ,7 4 8

00
00
41
87
39
21
64
67
.87
03
15
45
66
00
35

242

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—Teutonia Avenue State Bank.
E. W . S T A A D T , P re s id e n t.
GUS. A. K IS S IN G E R , C ash ier.
A. E. SC H U N K . V ic e P re s id e n t.
JO H N E. S T R U S S E R , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A. G. N e tte r.
E. W . S ta ad t,
F. W . K a u fm a n ,
C has. C. K o th ,
G eo. K a u l,
A. E. S ch u n k ,
Chas. E lk e r t,
E d w . R a d tk e .
C has. C. S taad t,
E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 24, 1914.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s and d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., s+ate, m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e and fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u se .............................
G o ld co in ...........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r r e n c v .............................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
T o ta l

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

$293,499 54
178 53
99,434 84
12,547 74
4,283 97
62,677 04
276 59
8,341 64
852 50
2,124 75

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ..................
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 id ........... . . .
Ind ividu 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 ep o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
C e rtifie d c h e c k s .............
C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t s t a n d in g ........................
L ib e r ty lo a n a c c o u n t . .
rr-r~ -

$50,000 00
4,000 00
7,766 10
213,353 85
10,731 83
184,766 58
1 ,429 39
25,182 59
1,007 47

13,419 00
601 67
$498,237 81

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

$498,237 81

Milwaukee—The Union Bank.
W . B. R U B IN . P re s id e n t.
JO H N C. K A R E L , V ic e P re s id e n t.

D. T. L E IS K , C ash ier.
J. J. H A N D L E Y , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . B. R u b in ,
J o h n C. K a r e l,
P e te r E m m e rich ,
John R e ic h e r t,
J. H. R u b in ,
F. H. F re n c h ,
J. J. H a n d le y ,
J. M. C r o w le y ,
E. L. H u s tin g , Jr.,
J. J. E n g e l.
F . J. W e b e r ,
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 1, 1912.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
R esources.
L o a n s and d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S.. sta te, m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n “ d
D ue fr o m a o p r o v e d r e ­
se r v e b a n k s ................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
and ca sh i t e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e . ...........................
G o ld co in ........................
« i i v e r c o in .........
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ren cv
................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........
T o ta l ......................


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Liabilities.
$337,045 58 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
1,362 87 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
C o n t in g e n t fu n d ...........
150,010 52 U n d iv id e d p rofits, less
22,570 11
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
20,186 29
ta x e s p a id ..................
Individu al deposits, su b­
53,252 40
je c t to c h e c k ................
23,799 41 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
495 23 «avin srs d e p o s its .........
C e rtifie d c h e c k s .............
30,482 46 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
35 00
standing- ......................
1,754 05 B ills p a v a b le ..................
R e s e r v e d f o r i n t e r e s t ..
9,755 00
382 73
$651,131 57

T o ta l

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

$50,000 00
5,000 00
1,650 00
5,598 26
304,653 04
46,179 58
184,570 28
701 9-5
1,7 78 45
50,000 00
1,000 00

$651,131 57

243

R E P O R T S OP STATE B AN K S.

Milwaukee—West Side Bank.
A D A M G E T T E L M A N , P re s id e n t.
G E O R G E K O C H , V ic e P re s id e n t.

C H A S. J. K U H N M U E N C H , C ash ier.
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 T 10, 1893.
In corporated as a S tate B an k June 30, 1894.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s . . . $2 ,1 9 0 ,5 1 1
1,382
O v e r d r a fts ...............
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s . . . . .
90,374
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ......... . . .
303,783
C h ecks on oth er b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
3,951
E x c h a n g e s fo r c le a r in g
56,557
h o u se .............................
G o ld c o in ...............
23,525
S ilv e r c o in ......................
7,336
U. S. a n d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y ..........
80,449
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
3,7 98
D u e fr o m fe d e r a l r e ­
s e r v e b a n k , lib e r t y
lo a n a c c o u n t .............
122,500
T o ta l ............... ..

59
74
58
73
98
76
00
00
00
44
00

.$ 2 ,8 8 4 .1 7 0 82

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
$200,000 00
S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
100,000 00
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
95,467 99
ta x e s p a id ........... . . .
D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s it s
6,902 88
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................ 1 ,1 6 4 ,4 2 5 30
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...............
100 00
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
508,650 81
S a v in g s d e p o s its . . . . . .
635,431 48
C e rtifie d c h e c k s ...........
4,224 58
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
4,5 47 04
s t a n d in g ......................
R e s e r v e d f o r ta x e s and
28,286 24
in te r e s t ........... .. ; . . . .
L ib e r ty lo a n a c c o u n t ..
136,134 50
T o ta l ......................$ 2 ,8 8 4 ,1 7 0 82

Milwaukee—Wisconsin State Bank.
C H R IS T IA N G L A U S, P re s id e n t.
H A R R Y S. P IG G IN S , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W IL L I A M H. H A S S E , C a sh ier.
C. A . K A M B E , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H e r m a n N oll,
J o h n B r u e m m e r,
J o h n H. P au l,
C h r istia n G lau s,
E d. E. P la u m ,
W m . G u te n k u n s t,
A u g u s t C. S ehrt,
W . H. H a sse,
H. S. P ig g in s .
O sca r M ehl,
J oh 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.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
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., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s . . . . .
L ib e r t y b o n d s ................
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
serve banks ......... . . . .
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d ca sh it e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e .................
G o ld c o in ........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. R. 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 .........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$733,676 55
221 20
279,736 10
25,480 00
22,769 38
3,5 05 60
21,496 25
757 50
1,3 00 00
19,683 00
68 36
$ 1 ,1 0 8 ,6 9 3 94 !

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
R e s e r v e a c c o u n t ...........
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 and
ta x e s p a id ....................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
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 ...............................
R a v in g s d e p o s its .........
C e rtifie d c h e c k s ...........
C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ......................
R e s e r v e d f o r fa x e s an d
in t e r e s t .........................
T o ta l

$75,000 00
15,000 00
5,0 00 00
29,744 52
414,500 17
128,310 88
428,587 26
2,722 46
4,9 02 59
4,9 26 06

$1 ,1 0 8 ,6 9 3 94

244

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—Wisconsin State Savings Bank.
GEO. L. B A L D A U F , P re s id e n t:
O. W . B O W , V ic e P re s id e n t.

F R E D E R I C K A. L O C H N E R , C ash ier.
W . F. JA C K S O N , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G eo. L. B a ld a u f,
A. H. H am ,m atter,
F . W . K a u fm a n ,
J o h n S teu sser,
O. W . B ow ,
F. A. L o ch n e r ,
W m . P. H u g ,
W m . A. D a v id s o n ,
A lb e r t S ch u ltz,
H a r r y G. Joh n .
E. L. M ohr,
E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 5, 1912.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d 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 .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h ecks on oth er b a n k s
an d c a sh i t e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e . . .........................
G old c o in ........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l cu r r e n c y .............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s fu n d
R e s e r v e fu n d ..................
122,547 16 U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
11,500 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
4,659 31
ta x e s p a id ..................
Individu al deposits, sub106,533 00
je c t to c h e c k ................
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e2 00
p o s it ...............................
Qa v in g s d e p o s its .........
12,812 86
1,220 00 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t 1,611 30
s t a n d in g ......................
R eserved fo r t a x e s .. . .
23,406 00 R e s e r v e d fo r in t e r e s t. .
242 89 L ib e r t y lo a n a c c o u n t ..

$404,331 22
96 04

$688,961 78

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

$50,000 00
1 0 000 00
3! 000 00
6,742 27
345,637 62
43,293 60
219,716 30
603 23
2,895
897
2,088
4,087

98
48
30
00

$688,961 78

Mindoro—Bank of Mindoro.
R O B E R T P A IS L E Y , P re s id e n t.
P. G U L L IC K S O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

R o b e r t P a isle y ,
P. G u llic k s o n ,
C. H. F is c h e r ,
O sca r S te tze r,

W M . K E P P E L , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
D. E. C o n g d o n ,
F r e d B ro w n ,
W m . K e p p e l.

E S T A B L IS 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 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S.. sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e h a n k s ................
D u e fr o m o th e r b a n k s .
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e •• •................ .. ...
G o ld c o in ...............
S ilv e r c o in ......................
TT. s, an d n a t i o 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

$77,920 40
5 19
14,604 00
3,200 on
1,700 00
26,842 18
1 ,7 37 65

Liabilities.
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 rofits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s n a id ......... .. . . .
Individu al 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 its .........

$12,000 00
1,2 00 00
2,136 06
49,682 76
47,184 46
18,178 25

16 10
512 50
421 35
3,347 00
75 16
$130,381 53

T o ta l

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

$130,381 53

R EPO RTS OF STATE BANKS.

245

Mineral Point—Farmers and Citizens Bank.
P H I L I P H E W I T T , P re s id e n t.
R . G. W H IT E , V ic e P re s id e n t.

JO H N B. P I T T Z , C ash ier.
E. G. P E N H a L L E G o N, A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P h ilip H e w it t ,
W . J. J e n ck ,
J o h n B. P ittz ,
J a c o b F ro n tz ,
J o se p h G rä b e r,
E . G. P e n h a lie g o n .
R . G. W h ite ,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 3, 1910.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ........... . .
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e ............................
G o ld c o in ........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. a n 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 .........

Liabilities.
$322,389 77 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S
u
rp
lu
s
fu
n
d
.........
4,359 41
U n d iv id ed p rofits, less
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
21,650 00
12,200 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
3,4 00 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . .
76,800 52 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
139 90
p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
127 00 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ......................
3,711 55 L ib e r t y lo a n a c c o u n t . .
4,8 8 0 00
3,108 05

3,780 60
169,807 31
219,848 56
19,847 62
633 00
14,490 00

13,495 00
145 89
$476,407 09

T o ta l

$40,000 00
8,000 00

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

$476,407 09

Mineral Point—The Iowa County Bank.
JA M E S W . H U T C H IS O N , P re s id e n t.
J O S IA H L A N Y O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

J a m e s W . H u tc h is o n ,
E. Y. H u tc h is o n ,
J o s ia h L a n y o n ,
E. C. F ie d le r ,
B. F . P rid e a u x ,

E. Y. H U T C H IS O N , C ash ier.
A . F. B IS H O P , JR ., A sst. C ash ier.
J. P. H U T C H IS O N , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M a tt J a ck s o n ,
R . D. Janies,
M. F. S c h o o f,
L o u is G rä b er.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 1, 1885.
In corp orated as a State B an k Ju ly 24, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$981,404 63 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
13,610 60 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
130,473 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
00
20,000
4,521 50 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
321,146 83 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
4,141 69 S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
C ash ier’ s
checks
ou t­
s t a n d in g ......................
2,334 83
6,700 00
2,649 95

Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts . . ..................
TJ. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se ..............
F u r n itu r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e from , a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e 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 i t e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e ........................ •
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y ........... .................

19,428 12
623,766 06
637,779 93
98,967 53
9,589 39

12,548 00

T o t a l ......................$1 ,4 9 9 ,5 3 1 03


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$60,000 00
50,000 00

T o t a l .. .................. $1 ,4 9 9 ,5 3 1 03

246

R E P O R T OB'1 T H E C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K I N G .

Minocqua— Bank of Minocqua.
JOHN S C H IL L IN G , P re s id e n t.
^
E lla M. S c h illin g ,
F red L ange,

JO H N S C H IL L IN G , C ash ier.
E L L A M. S C H IL L IN G , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J o h n S c h illin g .

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 4, 1891.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k June 22, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$26,901 78 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
1,400 00 S u rp lu s fu n d ......... . . . .
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
27,513 75
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
21 00
ta x e s paid. . . . .
Individu al deposits, sub8,284 00
je c t to oh ook
90 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
$64,121 43

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

$5,000 00
1,000 00
257 98
45,493 05
12,370 40
$64,121 43

Minong—Farmers State Bank.
E. F . S W A N S O N , P resident.
C.
F. L A R S O N , V ice P resident.

F. T. JE N K S , Cashier.
L. E. O’ C O N N E L L , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. F. L arson,
S. W . M asho.
! ! h

E. F. Swanson,
F . T. Jenks,
Gust N ordholm ,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 17, 1912.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s an d d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erdrafts .........................
S tocks and oth er secu ri­
ties ....................................
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
other real estate ow n ed .
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ............. .................
N ick els and c e n t s ...........
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$76,773 76
629 66
3,155
1,6 08
2,200
508

78
57
00
11

2,209 71
195 72
60600
1,8 29 00
34 80
$89,751 11

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es p a i d ......................
D ue to b a n k s ....................
Ind ividu al deposits', su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................... .............
Savings d e p o s i t s .............
.Cashier’s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
1,200 00
1,4 68 40
158 31
38,939 07
30 ,634 61
6,860 31
490 41

$89,751 11

R E PO R TS OE STATE BAN K S.

Mishicot—The State Bank.
G.
L. K A R N O F P , President.
W M . M U E L L E R , V ice P resident.

H E R M A N S T E H N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F red W itte,
Ir a B eyer,
Chris. Rhein,
A ug. R hode,
F red E isenm ann,
H erm an Stehn,
Jos. Skwor,
W m . M ueller,
P eter R ouiler.
G. L. K arnopp,
A . H olst,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 12, 1910.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and dther b o n d s ...........
B an kin g house ................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fr o m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts.............

$221,482 66
384 71
61,030 00
3,775 00
3,445 00
35,762 57
2,995 00
925 05

$15,000 0Ö
7,000 00
2,327 60
2,135 63 *
42,616 85
262,178 03
5,275 69

6,670 00
63 81
$336,533 80

T ota l

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
Undivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es paid ....................
Due to banks— d eposits.
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k .........
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit ............................... ..
S avings d e p o s i t s ..............

$336,533 80

T otal

Modena—Farmers State Bank.
W M . JE N S E N , P resident.
O L A U S OTTU M , V ice President.

W m . Jensen,
O laus Ottum,
H. C. B row n,
H- L. L ow e,

H. C. B R O W N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Sam M eyer,
A. H. H itt,
A. H. L inndal.
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 12, 1917.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$39,560 46 C apital stocK paid in . . . .
Surplus
fu
nd
....................
28 41
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
3,356 39
taxes paid ....................
2,049 57
1,488 52 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
5,351 27 D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
16 00 T im e certificates of de­
p osit ...............................
50 00
300 75 S avings d e p o s i t s ..............
C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................
4,343 00
50 71 :N otes and bills redis­
counted ...........................

Resources.
X ioans 'and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash item s. ............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver c o i n ............. .. . . . .
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ........... ....................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$56,595 08

T otal

$10,000 00

1,000 00
397 68
17,156 33
1,1 64 50
20,840 08
1,776 49
260 00
4,000 00
$56,595 08

248

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 I N G .

Mondovi—Buffalo County Bank.
C A Ñ A R , President.
A N I O N Q U A R B E R G , V ice President.

E D W . R U P L IN G E R , Cashier.
W A Y N E Ç A N A R , A sst. C ashieh

D IR E C T O R S .
A. Quarberg,
W . L. H ouser.
E dw . Rupling'er.

Ja cob Cañar,
A le x Bees,
H. J. Cañar,
Oie J. W ard,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 1, 1900.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s and d is c o u n t s .
$102,303 69 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts .........................
2,1 66 18 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
B a n k in g h o u s e ......... ..
9,880 00 . n u iv id e d p ro fits, less
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s.’
2,6 00 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
ta x e s p a i d ......................
s e r v e b a n k s .............
14,109 45 Ind ividu al d eposits su b­
D ue fro m other b a n k s . .’
1,001 92
je c t to c h e c k ...............
C h e c k s on. o th e r b a n k s
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
• an d ca sh it e m s ...........
215 19
d e p o s it ...........................
G o ld c o i n .............................
900 00 S a v in g s D e p o s it s ...........
S ilv e r c o i n .................... .. .
414 05 B ills p a y a b le ....................
H. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y . .............................
3,1 02 00 iN ickels and cen ts. . .
39 32
T o ta l ......................

$136,731 70

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

$25,000 00
3 ,8 00 00
129 44
57,339 73
44,492 95
969 58
5,000 00

$136,731 70

Monroe— The Citizens Bank.
J- H. D U R S T , C ash ier.
JO H N L U C H S IN G E R , V ic e P re s id e n t. SAME. W E N G E R , A sst. C a sh ier
C H A S. A. S C H IN D L E R , A sst.C a sh ’i er.
D IR E C T O R S .
J o h n L u c h s in g e r ,
W . W . C h a d w ic k ,
E d. C a rro ll.
Sam uel J. S tauffacher,

W . J. K n ig h t,
F. J. B o le n d e r,
W . P. B r a g g ,
J. H. D u rst.

E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L 2, 1883.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$995,758 50 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . . $100,000
O v e r d r a fts ......................
1,894 28 S u rp lu s .............................
50,000
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d ivided p rofits, less
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
37,321 65
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s and
F u r n itu r e and fix t u r e s .
5,000 00
ta x e s p a id .........
32,016
O th er re a l e sta te o w n e d
3,353 48 D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s it s
25,900
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
Individu al deposits su b ­
serve banks ..................
228,232 73
je
c
t
to
c
h
e
c
k
.....
501,249
Due fro m other b a n k s ..
2,185 18 D em a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
C h e ck s on o t h e r b a n k s
d e p o s it ...............
451,469
1,1 17 15 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ..........
an d ca sh it e m s ...........
155,857
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e .........................
3,3 10 89
G o ld c o i n ............................
20,537 50
S ilv e r c o in . .......................
3,444 95
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
14,194 00
N ic k e ls and c e n t s ...........
143 17
T o t a l ........... ..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1 ,316 ,493 48

00
00
96
64
23
56
09

T o t a l ......... .............$1 ,3 1 6 ,4 9 3 48

REPORTS

OF STATE

BANKS.

249

Monroe—The Commercial & Savings Bank.
JO H N G E T T IN G S , P re s id e n t.
A. C. T R A C H S E L , V ic e P re s id e n t.

J. B. H E E R E N . C ash ier.
P. J. M O S E R , A sst.- C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. C. T ra ch se l,
J o s h u a K la s s y , Sr.,
Joh n G ettin g's,
A lv in F. R o te ,
J o se p h T ru m p y ,

C. W . B en n ett,
J a co b E lm er,
J. L. S h erron ,
J a c o b B e n k e r t.
E d. I. K u n d e rt.

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 14, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O verdrafts ...........
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d other- b o n d s ........
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e c u r itie s ..........................
B a n k in g h o u s e . . ...........
F u r n itu r e anrl fix tu r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p ro v e d r e s e 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 th e r b a n k s
an d cash i t e m s ...........
^ " c h a n g e s f o 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 ........................
IT. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r r^ n ov .............................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........
T o ta l . .....................

.
L ia b ilit ie s .
$377,135 50 C a p ita l s t o c k p aid i n . .
50 6 21 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
43,378 75
ta x e s p a i d ......................
239 24 D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s its
30,000 00 D iv id e n d s u n p a id ...........
13,000 00 Individu al deposits su bje c t to c h e c k ...............
30,227 19 D em a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
2,516 53
d e p o s it ...........................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
389 37 C e rtifie d c h e c k s .............

$100,000 00
20,000 00
6,128 42
42,524 19
6 00
154,236 11
110,573 40
80,796 47
50 00

466 25
5 . 009 50
3.855 85
6,455 no
242 29
$514.314 68

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

$61 4.314 68

Montello—The Montello State Bank.
C. A. JUST. P re s id e n t.
T. W . W H IT S O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W . F. C U R R IE . C ash ier.
F R E D W . R A N D O M , A sst. C ash ier,

D IR E C T O R S .
M. M. Sm art.
J. H. K e m p le y ,
J o h n W in c e ll.

C. A. Ju st,
B. D. M orse,
W . F. C u rrie,
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.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
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 .........................
U. S.. sta te, m u n ic ip a l
and o th e r b o n d s ........
F u r n itu r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d re s e r v e b a n k s .................
C h e ck s on o th e r b a n k s
and ca sh it e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r 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

Liabilities.
$289,979 89 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
559 03 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, less
155,022 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
1,500 00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D ividends u n p a id ............
35,162 52 Ind ividu al deposits subie c t to c h e c k ................
803 58 T im e c e r tific a te s o f d e2,710 00
p o s it ...............................
2,421 10 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t 6,436 00
sta n d in g ' ........................
68 32
$494,662 44

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

$40,000 00
10,500 00
3,555 42
12 00
80,991 98
319,060 55
29,020 88
10,621 61

$494,662 44

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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 IN G .

Montfort— Citizens State Bank.
H E R M A N T R A N K L E , P resid en t..
W M . F. D I V A L E , V ic e P re s id e n t.

D A V ID JA M E S , C a sh ier.
J. C. M ASON, A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . F. D i V a il,
F r a n k W an ek .,

H e r m a n T ra n k le ,
J o h n D r a v e s,
J o h n 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 tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v e r d r a fts . . . ..................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g -h o u s e .................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
a n d ca sh i t e m s .............
G o ld 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 .........
T o t a l .......................

Liabilities.
$231,636 62 (Capital s t o c k p a id i n . .
557 64 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id ed p rofits, le ss
47,398 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s and
1,500 00
ta x e s p a id ......................
2,375 00 Individu al deposits, sub­
10,000 00
je c t to c h e c k ................
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
37,778 21
d e p o s it ..........................
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
124 14
p o s it ........... ...................
77 50 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............
975 35

$ 10,000 00

4,000 00
41 34
95,030 58
70 00
221,082 98
7,056 79

4,7 77 00
82 23
$337,281 69

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

$337,281 69

Montfort—Montfort State Bank.
T'
W E R ^ T E R . P re s id e n t.
A. I . D A V ID , V ic e P re s id e n t.
C K. S tep h en s,
B. L. W a lk e r ,
T. R. W e b s te r,

C. K . S T E P H E N S , C ash ier.
T. R. W E B S T E R , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
A. F. D a v id ,
W m . S ch u ster,
E. A. K e tte r e r .

E S T A B L IS H E D
In corporated as a State
P riv a te B an k
In corporated as a State B an k

O C T O B E R , 1882.
B an k F e b ru a ry 17, 1892.
M ay 1, 1900.
the second tim e July 30, 1903.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$119,233 05 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts .......................
442 58 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p rofits, less
an d o t h e r b o n d s : . . . .
1,200 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
5,525 00
ta x e s p a id ......................
F u r n it u r e and fix tu r e s .
2,4 30 00 Individu al deposits su b­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je c t to c h e c k ................
s e r v e b a n k s ........... ..
14,345 99 D em an d c e r t ific a t e s o f
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
d e p o s it ............................
a n d c a sh i t e m s ...........
2.869 30 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............
G o ld c o in . ...........................
1,070 00 C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
S ilv e r c o i n ........................
591 20
s t a n d in g ......................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
B ills p ayable .................. .
r e n c y ............
3,022 00
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
30,56
T o ta l .......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$150,759 68

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

$20,000 00
4,0 0 0 00
992 30
45,224 19
56,689 95
7,996 24
857 00
15,000 00

$150,759 68

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R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS.

Monticello—Bank of Monticello.
J. C. F R E I T A G , P re s id e n t.
JA C O B W I T T E N W Y L E R , V ic e P re s.

H.
O. B a b le r,
J a c o b W it t e n w y le r ,
J. C. F r e it a g ,
J. C. S tein m a n ,

H. O. B A B L E R , Cashier.
J. W . B A R L O W , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Ed. W it t w e r ,
Nie. F r e it a g ,
W . A . L o v e la n d .

E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L 16, 1896.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s and d is c o u n t s . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s ........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s .........
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilver coin ........... .........
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y . 7 ........................
N ic k e ls and c e n t s .........
T o ta l ......................

$418,903 49
1,692 17
101,936 00
3,000 00
1,000 00
125,509 41
11,805 46
98 50
810 00
1,200 65

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s its
D iv id e n d s u n p a id ...........
In d iv id u a l deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . . . .
D e m a n d 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 it s .............

$40,000 00
10,000 00
9,411 43
586 03
330 00
220,413 78
350,738 32
41,345 05

6,759 00
109 93
$672,824 61

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

$672,824 61

Morrisonville—Morrisonville State Bank.
JO H N R . C A L D W E L L , P re s id e n t.
C H A R L E S M A IR , V ic e P re s id e n t.

J o h n R . C a ld w e ll,
N.
L. H u se b o e ,
C h a rle s M air,

C. M. M O R R ISO N , C ash ier.
R. J. C A L D W E L L , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W m . H ahn,
T. H. M air.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 2, 1902.

•

S ta tem en t N o ve m b e r1 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts .........................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
D u e fr o m a p p ro v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s .................
G o ld 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 ickels and c e n t s ...........
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$160,835 35 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
651 50 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
9,7 00 00
ta x e s p a i d ........... ..........
32,781 39 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ,...............
130 00
792 80 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
3,475 00
180 00
$208,546 04

T o t a l ___ ' . ............

$20,000
00
7,0 00 00
2,533 14
35,488 48
143,524 42

$208,546 04

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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 IN G .

Mosinee—Farmers State Bank.
JO H N W A C H T L , P re s id e n t.
W . E. H U D T L O F F , V ic e P re s id e n t.
J o h n W a c h t l,
F ra n k B rabant,
H. B. H a n o w itz ,
T. J. Zell,

H. S. L U T Z , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . E. H u dtloff,
J o se p h H a n n s,
G eo. B. R o b ic h e a u .

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 18, 1915.
S ta te m e n t November* 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
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 .................... .. .
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o th e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d re se r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h 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 o ld 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 .........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$49,813 74 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
141 15 S u rp lu s f u n d ...........
U n d iv id e d p rofits, less
3,000 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s and
1,884 03
ta x e s p a id ...........
Individu al deposits, sub3,632 95
je c t to c h e c k . . . .
2,725 88 T im e e r tific a te s o f d ep o s it ......................
1 , 227 00
1,855 00 N otes and bills redis1,221 00
c o u n te d ..................

$10,000 00
1 , 000 00
631 58
28,472 68
17,621 73
6,804 54
3,000 00

1,834 00
195 78
$67,530 53

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

$67,530 53

Mosinee— State Bank of Mosinee.
A. y o n B E R G , P re s id e n t.
LO U IS D E S S E R T , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W . A. v o n B E R G , C ash ier.
E. B. v o n B E R G , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. v o n B e rg ,
L. D e sse rt,
K a r l M ath ie,
J o h n M a g u ire ,
Nie. S tre v e le r,

M. A. A lth e n b u r g ,
J a m es A llen ,
A r d e n P a r o n to ,
E. J. C oerp er.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 9, 1905.
•

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .

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., s+ate, m u n ic ip a l
and o th e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
O ther real estate o w n ed.
D u e fr o m a p p ro v e d r e ­
s e r v e h a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h e c k s on o t h 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 ~ i n ........................
U. S. and n a tio n a l c u r r e n e v .............................
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

Liabilities.
$29.4,624 06 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
505 71 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
12 ,850 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s and
14 ,200 00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
3,4 00 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
5,000 00
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 ­
22,555 23
p o s it ..........
4,956 65 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
N otes and bills red is­
474 11
counted ...........................
852 50
1,125 50

$3 0 ,onn oe
17,000 00
3,142 25
136,357 25
104,358 86
56,609 69
20,000 00

6,7 97 00
127 29
$367,468 05

T o ta l

$367,468 05

R EPO R TS OF STATE BANKS.

25á

Mt. Calvary—Mount Calvary State Bank.
A N D R E W V O G E L , P re s id e n t.
P R A N K X . A IG N E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

A n d r e w V o g e l,
F r a n k X . A ig n e r ,
A r th u r V o g e l,
Jos. H elz,
J. A .'W i r t h ,

A R T H U R V O G E L , Cashier.
JOHN J. R IE D E N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
B en B ittn e r,
H e n r y H o iz m a n ,
H u b e r t W e in g a r tz ,
A lb e r t W a g n e r .

E S T A B L IS H E D

O C T O B E R 18, 1909.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
Lf. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s .................
G o ld 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 .........
T o t a l ......................

$155,932 54
5,5 50 00
2 ,1 00 00
1,7 30 97
26,716 20
65 00
469 10
4,792 00
283 14

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ........... ........
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
ta x e s p a i d .................. ..
D iv id e n d s u n p a id ...........
Ind ividu al deposits su b­
j e 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 it s .............
T o t a l ......................

$197,638 95

$20,000 00
3,6 00 00
5,1 07 51
151 00
43 ,810 21
87,305 44
37,664 79
$197,638 95

Mt. Hope—Mt. Hope State Bank.
A . J. F R E T , P re s id e n t.
A N D R E W A B R A H A M , V ic e P re s.

W M . L E IG H T O N , C ash ier.
I lÄ L iS K iT ^ . ,
-

D IR E C T O R S .
A n d r e w A b ra h a m ,
A n th on y A brah am ,
G e o r g e M o od y .

A . J. F r e y ,
A n d rew Cairns,
J a m e s S ch u ir,
T. H. M arsd in ,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 30, 1910.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r1 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n « an d d i s c o u n t s .. .
O v e r d r a fts ..................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e . . . . . . . .
F u r n it u r e a n d fix tu r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
se r v e b a n k s ..................
C h e c k s o n o th e r b a n k s
an d c a sh it e m s ...........
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 a n d c e n t s .........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$131,997 19 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
1,440 63 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
17,261 00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
4,288 78
3,755 40 Individu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ................
17,495 48 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ..........................
2,809 87 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e p o s i t ..................... ...........
629 00
B ills p a y a b le ......................
3,055 00
162 07
$182,894 42

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

$15,000 00
6,000 00
1,039 57
62,154 00
59 63
94,308 59
4,332 63

$182,894 42

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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 OB" B A N K I N G .

Mt. Horeb—Mount Horeb Bank.
H.
B. D A H L E , P re s id e n t.
JA C O B E IN G A R D , V ice P re s id e n t.

T. G. E IN G A R D , C ash idr.

D IR E C T O R S .
H.
B. D ahle,J a c o b E in g a r d ,

T. G. E in g a r d .

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 29, 1891.
In corp ora ted as a S tate B an k Ju ly 24, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s .. .
c )v e r d r a i ts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h ou se,.................
F u r n it u r e a n d fix tu r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s . . : ...........
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d c a s h i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n .................... . .
D. 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 ..........
T o t a l ......................

$478,125 12
814 18
4,800 00
3,800 00
2,700 00
89,670 44
574 03
4,025 00
970 00
4,292 00
215 87
$589,986 64

Liabilities.
$35,000 00
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
7,000 00
S u rp lu s f u 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 se s an d
8,086 34
ta x e s p a id ....................
3,450 74
D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s its
Individu al deposits, sub. 229,762 25
je c t to c h e c k ...............
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
103,232 79
d e p o s i t ............................
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e202,287 50
p o s i t .................................
-C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t 1,167 02
s t a n d i n g .........................
T o t a l ......................

$589,986 64

Mt. Horeb—State Bank of Mt. Horeb.
N.
A.

C. EVAN'S, P re s id e n t.
H O F F , V ic e P re s id e n t.

I. F'O SSH A G E , C ash ier.
N O R A L. E V A N S , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
R . E. B eat,
P. G. K r o g h ,
P. A. T y v a n d .

N.
C. E v a n s ,
A . H o ff,
A . F. G ram m ,
I.
F osshage,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 15, 1901.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L o a n s a n d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a f t s .........................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s ........
B a n k in g h o u s e ...............
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e 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 i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 .........
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$448,235 93
4,3 58 47
25,000 00
11,053 29
1,609 97
117,104 80
4,891 86
5,5 1 0 00
145 45
4,776 00
23 16
$622,708 93

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d . . ................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d .............
Individu al deposits, su b­
j e c t to c h e c k ................
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it .....................
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 t ­
s t a n d in g ........................
T o t a l ......................

$32,000 00
8,0 00 00
12,579 00
184,878 59
123,896 11
258,668 56
5 21
2,6 81 46
$622,708 93

Re p o r ts

o f

state

b a n k s

.

255

Mt. Sterling— The State Bank.
E. C. A M A N N , V ic e P re s id e n t.
JU E IU S JA C K S O N ,

K . O. JOH NSON, C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. C. A m a n n ,
Sam Iv e rs o n ,
M. K. M u n son .

O. H. W a lk e r ,
N els J. S e v e rs o n ,
E. E. S h e r w o o d ,
J u liu s J a ck s o n ,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 14, 1912.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

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

Resource^.
$10,000
$131,525 03 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
600
946 48 S u rp lu s fu n d . . . .
U n d iv id ed p rofits, less
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
7,313 00
ta x e s p a i d .........
416
2 ,4 00 00
1,000 00 Ind ividu al deposits, sud je c t to c h e c k ..
41,606
9,749 58 Tim.e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
111,868
p o s it ........................
10,643 05
B ills p a y a b le ,. . . . . . . . . .
5,0 00
602 82
.

Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e and fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h ecks on oth er ba n ks
a n d c a s h it e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u se .............................
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
U. S. a n d 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 ...........

00
0U
64
62
59
00

3,0 00 00
205 00
675 40
1,4 04 00
27 49
$169,491 85

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

$169,491 85

Mukwonago— Citizens Bank of Mukwonago.
F R A N K A. M c K E N Z IE , P re s id e n t.
M. L. D A V IS , V ic e P re s id e n t.
L. E. Y O U M A N S, 2nd V ic e P re s id e n t.
L. E. Y o u m a n s,
M. L. D a v is,
H. O. B a g le y ,
E d. G o o d m a n ,
F r a n k A. M cK e n z ie ,

C H A S. F. H U N T E R , C ash ier.
■

D IR E C T O R S .
H. C.
F. A .
C has.
A . H.

G r e e le y ,
W ood,
F. H u n te r,
P ea cock .

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 1, 1893.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
and o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e and fix tu r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
G o ld 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 ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$426,783 28
135 88
68,527 50
5,000 00
3,500 00
57,454 73
4,635 00
1,293 35

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d .................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individu al deposits, su b­
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 . .,...........................

$25,000 00
10,000 00
7,932 41
98,586 06
432,091 51

6,146 00
134 24
$573,609 98

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

$573,609 0*

256

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 lN t ì .

Muscoda— Farmers and Merchants Bank.
F* E.

,

j/ i

esid en t.
v ic e P re s id e n t.

-LLi* J. isu ii w j.inct-u .c.,

-B. L. M A R C U S , C ash ier.
m a K ìuin i s h Ä i JUK, A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F.

E. N eff,
j . » e n w in g le ,
d uun M clih a c ta n ,
W m . Y ic t o r a ,

J. L. M iller,
-t>. u . M arcu s,
J.. r . B hem ak.

tu.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 1, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .

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

Liabilities.
12 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id
in ..
$20,000 00
17 S u rp lu s f u n d .
4,200
00
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
00
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s* a n d
33
ta x e s p a id ....
2,0 65
57
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
24
77,520
60
j e c t to c h e c k
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
53
p o s it ................
237,257 68
00 S a v in g s d e p o s i t s . . . . . . .
1,098 57
45 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g . .................. .. .
3,7 01 45
00
03
.

Resources.
L e a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$283,698
O v e r d r a fts ................ . . .
781
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .......
13,000
F u r n it u r e a n d fix t u r e s .
2,869
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..
35,033
C h ecks on oth er ba n ks
4,027
an d ca sh it e m s .........
G o ld c o i n . . ...........
275
S ilv e r c o i n ...........
760
U. S. and nation al c u r­
r e n c y ...............................
5,313
86
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .......

$345,843 87

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

$345,843 87

Muscoda— Muscoda State Bank.
R. M. O R C H A R D , P re s id e n t.
H. L. E L ST O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

L.

H.

MOHR,

C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. P. H e ffn e r,
C. R . P ic k e r in g ,
H. L. E lsto n ,

r . m . O rch ard ,
T a y lo r M cC la ry .

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R , 1884.
In corporated as a State B an k A u g u st 21, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$166,424 81 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
1,2 46 34 S u rp lu s fu n d .....................
B a n k in g h o u se .................
5,1 50 00 U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
3,055 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
682 79
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
19,025 90
j e c t to c h e c k ................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
an d c a s h i t e m s ...........
209 43
d e p o s it ...........................
385 00 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
G o ld c o i n .................... .. . . .
S ilv e r c o i n ......................
1,1 14 40
p o s it ................................
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
5,649 00 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
r e n c y ............. .......... .. .
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
25 38
s t a n d in g ......................
T o t a l ................. . .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$202,968 05

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

$20,000 00
1,400 00
2,665 46
62,452 30
7 50
109,258 00
4,853 09
2,331 70
$202,968 05

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257

Necedah— The Necedah Bank.
C. C. F U L L E R , P resident.
C. E. B A B C O C K , 1st V ic e P re s id e n t.
O.
H. P A R H A M , 2nd V ic e P res.

A. W . SO R E N SO N , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H a r r y W . B a rn e y ,
G. H. P a rh a m ,
C. C. F u lle r ,
J a m e s H. S p en cer,
C. E. B a b c o c k ,

C has.
W . N.
M. E.
G. R .

T. O ’B rien ,
E a to n ,
G reen b erg',
B ish op .

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 1, 1899.
In corp orated as a State B an k Ju ly 31, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s . ... . .
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n itu r e an d fix tu r e s .
O th er r e a l e sta te o w n e d
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ................
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
house ...............................
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ........................
U. S. a n 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 . . . . .
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$206,161 23 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
732 17 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
22,878 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
5,500 00
ta x e s p a i d ....................
5,961 13 Individu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k . . . . . . . . .
9,430 88
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e 27,345 00
p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
274 06 C a s h ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t 917 50
s t a n d i n g .........................
1,538 40 P o s ta l s a v i n g s ..,.............

$15,000 00
7,000 00
' 1,109 91
69,293 53
134,749 40
47,070 18
5,357 71
2,872 07

1,557 00
157 43
$282,452 80

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

$282,452 80

Necedah— The Security Bank.
F. M. R E E D , P re sid e n t.
M. J. W O L C O T T , V ic e P re s id e n t.

G. H. L IV E R N A S H , C ash ier.
F. L. C H R IS T E N S E N , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C
F. M. R eed ,
M. J. W o lc o t t ,
A. H. H a rro w ,

J. C. R a ttu n d e ,
G. H. L iv e r n a sh .
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 14, 1915.
S ta tem en t Nov< m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

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 fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e and fix tu r e s .
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e h 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 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 .........
T o ta l ......................

17— B.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

$81,236 00
250 13
3,600 00
2,243 26
300 00
19,539 75
1,298 41
32 50
846 00

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
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 an d
ta x e s p a i d ....................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
T im e c e r tific a te s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s it ^ ...........
C a ° h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ......................

$15,000 00
200 00

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

$111,290 98

1,0 28 24
27,015 49
58,403 70
9,001 64
641 91

1,900 00
44 93
$111,290 98

258

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 Ö .

Neenah— Neenah State Bank.
E. J. L A C H M A N N , P resident.
GEO. A. JA G E R S O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.
f

E. E. L A M P E R T , C ash ier.
VV. H. H U N T B R T H U B R , A sst.
C ash ier.

' D IR E C T O R S .
G eo. W . B u r n s id e ,
.
G eorg e A. Ja gerson ,
B.
J. L a ch m a n n ,
C has. S ch u ltz,
G o t t fr ie d U lrich ,
F. I. M errill.
A. W . A n d erson ,
E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 11, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 0 1 7 .

Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o th e r b o n d s .........
S to c k s an d o t h e r se c u r itie s ........................
B a n k in g h o u s e ...............
F u r n it u r e a n d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s .................
D u e from , o t h e r b a n k s .
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d c a sh i t e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e ...............................
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n .................... . .
U. S. a n 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 .........
C o lle c t io n a c c o u n t .........
B ills in t r a n s it ........... .. .
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$239,684 96 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
246 91 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
u n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
41,450 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a id .....................
2,842 71 Ind ividu al deposits, su b15,313 25
je c t to c h e c k ................
15,380 73 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d ep o s it ...............................
28,890 51 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
1,467 97 C a s h ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t s t a n d in g ......................
481 92 L o a n a c c o u n t ................1
J
2,043 28 R e s e r v e d fo r t a x e s . . . .
2,007 50
3,067 35
8,555
497
15
4,894

$60,000 00
10,000 00
4,057 91
70,168 36
45,321 13
171,728 63
1
1,478
3,184
900

00
00
00
00

00
21
00
73

$366,839 03

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

$366,839 03

Neillsville— Commercial State Bank.
H.
M. R O O T, P re s id e n t.
W . J. M A R S H , V ic e P re s id e n t.

E. J. R O SSM A N , C ash ier.
E. H. S C H O E N G A R T H , A sst.
C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C arl R a b e n s te in ,
H. M. R o o t,
P.
D. C a lw a y ,
A. F. R ad k e,
W . L. S m ith,
H. E. K o r m a n ,
W . J. M arsh,
E. J. R o ssm a n .
O.
W . S c h o e n g a rth ,
E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 1, 189 8.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s ,

L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e . . ...........
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e h a n k s .................
C h ecks on o th e r ba n k s
an d c a sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 .........

$146,437 03
264 10

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

$192,340 96


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13,532
6,753
1,5 00
1,4 00

83
00
00
00

11,345 50
2,6 84 41
3,1 62 50
803 95

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
D em and certificates o f
d e p o s it ...........................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s . . . . . . .

$25,000 00
5,0 00 00
1,008 22
84,577 84
71,118 49
5,636 41

4,337 00
120 64
T o ta l

$192,340 96

R E P O R T S OP S T A T E B A N K S .

259

Neillsville— Neillsville Bank.
Vv. R. H E M P H IL L , P resident.
TH O M A S R O W E , Vice p resid en t.
W . R . H em phill,
T h om as Rowe,
N. J. M arsh,
W". J. Rush,

H E R M A N N O R T H , Cashier.
W. P . iNORTH, A sst, Rasm er.

D IR E C T O R S .
H erm an N orth,
W m. K u rth,
H. O. H u ckstead.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 1, 1879.
In corp ora ted as a S tate B an k Septem ber 1, 1883.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
R oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fr o m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s ..............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
rency ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T ota l

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

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
90,200 00 U ndivided profits, less
current exptn ses and
15,625 00
ta x es paid ....................
7,697 57
D ue to banks— d eposits.
58,926 68 D ividen ds unpaid ...........
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
2,130 64
11,610 00 T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
2,955 30
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
10,103 00 C ertified c h e c k s ................
332 06

$585,554 73

T ota l

$785,134 98

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

$50,000 00
12,500 00
4,161 50
35,118 38
600 00
180,134 65
417,075 71
84,457 47
1,087 27
$785,134 98

Nekoosa— Nekoosa State Bank.
G U Y O. B A B C O C K , P resident.
R. M. A L E X A N D E R , V ice P resident.
F. J. W ood,
L. M. A lexander,
J. E. B razeau,
G uy O. B abcock ,

H. H. H E L K E , Cashier.
. .

;

D IR E C T O R S .
John P. Nash,
F. J. M cG arigle,
T. E. F itch.

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 12, 1913.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.

l oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F u rn itu re and fixtu res. .
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
R evenu e stam ps .............
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$135,980 21 C apital stock paid in . . . .
467 76 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
5,000 00
current expenses and
6,300 00
ta x e s paid ....................
.2 ,3 0 0 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b, je c t to c h e c k ..................
10,793 19 T im e certificates o f d e­
105 00
p osit . .............................
673 75 ¡Savings d e p o s i t ................
.Certified ch ecks . . . . . . . .
5,818 00
368 79
27 00
$167,833 70

T ota l

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

$20,000 00
’ 6,000 00
3,4 87 08
36,291 45
44,056 47
57,956 30
42 40

$167,833 70

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

Nelsonville— State Bank of Nelsonville.
H A N S JO H N SO N , P resident.
T H E O . H. JO H N SO N , V ice P resident.
H ans Johnson,
Theo. IT. Johnson,
A lm a Johnson,

L. H. JO H N SO N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
L. H. Johnson,
M inerva Johnson.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 16, 1902.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u g u st 19, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s .........
B an kin g house ................
F urniture and fixtu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved re serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
an d cash ite m s.............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T o ta l

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

L ia b ilitie s .

$83,825 41
158,75

C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es paid ....................
Individu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
T im e certificates o f de-

8,885 00
2,500 00
2,300 00
33,848 29
19 00
55 00
171 55

$10,000 00.
1.000 00
532 32
30,320 32
6,164 63
89,830 07

6,066 00
18 34
$137,847 34

T ota l

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

$137,847 3 1

I

Neosho— Neosho State Bank.
D.
B. G R E E N E , P resident.
JO H N M E R T E S , V ice P resident.

J. K. D O U G L A S S , Cashier.
M A R T IN T. M cC O L L O W , A sst. Cash.

D IR E C T O R S .
R . F. Schultz,
J. M. M cC ollow .

D.
B. Greene,
John M ertes,

J. K. Douglass,

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 7, 1905.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m approved reserve banks ..................
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T ota l

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Liabilities.
$66,788 35 Ca pital stock paid i n . . . .
7 00 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
30,343 52
current expenses and
1,500 00
taxes p a i d ......................
Individu al deposits, su b10,187 49
je c t to c h e c k ................
490 00 T im e certificates o f dep osit ...............................
788 75
S avings deposits .............
4,039 00
288 68
$144,432 79

T o ta l

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

$15,000 00
3,000 00
2,494 88
30,268 79
GO 58 2 81
3^086 31

$144,432 79

261

R E P O R T S OF STATE B AN K S.

Neshkoro— Farmers Exchange Bank of Neshkoro.
J. W . JO H N SO N , P resident.
C H A S. T. D A H IJCE , V ice President.

H. A. M IL L E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
John B yrn e,
J. C. M orrisey,
Julius E. R eetz,

Chas. T. Dahlke,
J • W . Johnson.
E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 7, 1908.

S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks an d other secu ri­
ties ...........................
B an kin g house ................
F urniture and fixtu res. .
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve hanks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ................................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
28,510 50
taxes paid ....................
1,770 00 Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
2,000 00
1,000 00 T im e certificates o f de­
posit ...............................
checks
ou t­
12 ,971 88 C ashier’ s
standing ........................
390 73
710 00
620 20

$120,880 13
18 63

2,700 00
2,236 25
38,186 79
121,999 82
473 93

6,629 00
65 72
$175,596 79

T otal

$ 10,000 00

T otal

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

$175,596 79

Neva— Neva Farmers Bank.
(P . O. D e erb rook .)
I. D. W O O D , Cashier.

JO H N F. S C H U L T Z , President.
A N T O N G A L L E N B E R G , V ice Pres.
D IR E C T O R S .

Gust. Schm idt,
H en ry B uboltz,
W . J. M attek.

A nton Gallenberg,
F red S chw artz,
A. J. N ow otny,
John F. Schultz,

S E P T E M B E R 30, 1915.

.

ov em b er 20, 1917.
R esources.
L oans and d iscou n ts. . . .
F urniture and fix tu r e s. .
D ue from approved re ­
serve ba n k s ..................
Due fro m other b a n k s . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash item s. . . . . . .
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T ota l

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.

Liabilities.
64 C apital stock paid in . . . •.
14 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
86
tax es paid ....................
60
Individu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
84
00 T im e certificates o f dep osit ...............................
70
Savings d e p o s i t s .............
1,155 00
5,16
$91,595 94

T otal

$10,000 00
1,000 00
1,509 86
20,593
57,986 16
506 70

$91,595 94

262

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 .

New Auburn— Bank of New Auburn.
A R N T . E R IC K S O N , President.
C.
P. H A N S E N , V ice President.

L E R O Y A B R A H A M S O N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G. W . E ngebretson,
•
H. M cC orm ick.
|
,|
. ;| i - j .

A rnt. E rickson ,
C. P. H ansen,
W m . L arson,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 28, 1907.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g house ...............
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
O ther real estate ow n ed .
D ue fr o m ap p roved re­
serv e banks ................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T otal

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

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided
profits, less
current expenses and
00
ta x es paid ....................
00
00 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to check ..................
00
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
73

$126,665 18
2,305 14
6,175
2,680
2,040
900
53,827

$10,000 00
2,000 00
3 ,5 54 93
95,950 85
89,288 58

166 61
545 00
35435
5,0 74 00
61 35
$200,794 36

T ota l

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

$200,794 36

Newburg-— State Bank of Newburgt
JO H N G. R E IC H L , President.
B E N W . F IC K , V ice President.
John G. R eichl,
B en W . F ick ,
M. F. Geit.

B. H. M E R T E S , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
H. F. W eber,
B. H M ertes,
A. E. B rott,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 13, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$192,728 00 Capital stock paid in . . . .
....................
Surplus
fund
O verdrafts ........................
315 43
U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
current expenses and
and other b o n d s ...........
2,500 00
taxes paid ....................
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
2,800 00
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
1,6 00 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D ue fro m approved r e ­
19,496 64 T im e certificates o f d e­
serve banks ..................
p osit ...............................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
53 00 Savings d e p o s i t s .............
checks
ou t­
G old coin ...........................
305 00 C ashier’ s
stand ing .........................
Silver coin ........................
448 55
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
5,360 00
N ickels and c e n t s . . . . . .
88 15
T o ta l


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. , ......... ........

$225,694 77

T ota l

. . , ................

$12,000 00
6 25 Ofl
3,8 38 76
45,122 63
142,349 43
21,382 71
376 24

$225,694 77

263

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS.

New Butler— State Bank of New Butler.
J. H. P IL G R IM , P resident.
S. E. D IC K IN S O N , V ic e President.
J. H. P ilgrim ,
M artin J. D aly,
R ich a rd Schneider,
S. E. D ickinson,

M. J. D A L Y , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H en ry Gerls,
Geo. L illy,
L ouis Gross,
W m . A . H ayes.

E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 15, 1913.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ...................... ..
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
P rem ium on b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m approved re­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash item s. . . . . . .
Gold coin ...........................
Stiver coin ........................
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy
...........................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T otal

$85,284 68
185
11,503
20
2,500
1,550

75
00
00
00

12,083 23
83 66
100 00
562 00
5,433 00
57 69
$119,179 86

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es paid ....................
Due to banks— d eposits.
D ividen ds unpaid ...........
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certifi!cates o f
d e p o s i t .............................
S avings deposits .............
C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................
R eserved fo r t a x e s .........
R eserved fo r in t e r e s t .. .

$ 10,000 00

125 00
1 ,7 42 54
25,921 00
10 00
16,782 95
11,547 53
52,450 18
193 80
130 74
276 12
$119,179 86

T otal

New Digging's— Farmers & Miners Bank.
GEO. W . W A T S O N , P resident.
W . C. T H O M P SO N , V ice P resident.
Deo. W . W atson ,
E,
L onghorn.
John H R obbins,
C. L. V ickers,

E. T O N d H O R N , Cashier.
,T. N. B E R G , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . C. T hom pson,
B. C. B erg,
Geo. S. H u xtable.
:T

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 17, 1917.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oan s and discou nts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g house ................
F u rn itu re and fix tu -e « .
D ue fro m approved reserve banks ..................
Due fro m other banks . .
E x ch a n ges fo r clearing
house ...............................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
E xpen se .............................
T ota l

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L ia b ilit ie s .
$34.851 1 8 Capital stock pa id i n . . . .
T43 00 Surplus fund ....................
'individual deposits subFO
18 ,
je c t to c h e c k ..................
2,750 00 T im e certificates o f deposit .................................
1,548 64
S avings deposits ...........
4,911 43
2,299 67

$10,000 00
1 ,000 00
21,108 19
20,725 79
16,263 06

1 0 7 44
1,328 25

1,523 00
83 39
878 54
$69.097 04

T ota l

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$69,097 04

264

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 .

New Franken— New Franken State Bank.
A . L. G R E IL IN G , President.
J . H. T A Y L E R , V ice President.
A.. L. G reiling,
J. H. T ayler,
Sol. P. H untington,
F rank Blonde,

C O N S T A N T D E Q U A IN E , Cashier.
R IC H A R D R . J A U D R A IN , A sst. Cash.

D IR E C T O R S .
Julius Speerschneider, Sr.,
Josh ua B odard,
S ylvan V andrisse.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 17, 1912.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
■Liabilities.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
$254,628 34 Ca.pital stock paid in. . . .
O verdrafts .................... , ,
104 90 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
87,479 63
current expenses and
B an kin g hou se ................
3,326 03
taxes paid ....................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
1,953 02 Ind ividu al deposits su b­
D ue fro m approved re ­
je c t to check .......... . .
serve banks ..................
29,994 19 T im e certificates o f d e­
C hecks on other banks
posit ...............................
and cash ite m s.............
148 19 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
Gold coin ...........................
3,810 00
374 10
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ................................
3,712 00
N ickels and c e n t s . . . . . .
55 83
T ota l

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

$385,586 23

T otal

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

$12,000 00
11,000 00
1,6 51 38
37,574 47
311,428 71
11,931 67

$385,586 23

New Glarus— The Bank of New Glarus.
T H O M A S H E F T Y , President.
R U D O L P H K U N D E R T , V ice Pres.

T. C. H E F T Y . Cashier.
S. A. S C H IN D L E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
T hom as H efty,
S. A. Schindler,

R ud olp h K undert.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 30, 1893.
In co rp o ra te d as a State B an k June 20, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. .
$502,565 02 Capital stock paid i n . . , .
O verdrafts ........................
236 67 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
37,315 00
current expenses and
B an kin g house ................
10,000 00
ta x es paid ....................
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
D ue to banks— deposits.
serve banks ....................
114,510 87 Individu al deposits, su b­
D ue fro m other ba n k s. .
25,840 87
je c t to c h e c k ..................
C hecks on other banks
D em and certificates of
and cash ite m s ...........
646 72
deposit ........................ ..
Gold coin ...........................
5,025 00 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
Silver coin .........................
879 95 C ashier’s
checks
ou t­
U. S. and nation al c u r­
standing .........................
ren cy . . ...........................
3,7 95 00 R eserved fo r t a x e s .........
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
24 98
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$700,840 08

T otal

$40,000 00
13,000 00
9,6 32 61
660 11
201,800 01
306,990 92
121,085 93
3,170 50
4,500 00
$700,840 08

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R EPO RTS OF STATE BANKS.

New Glarus— The Citizens Bank of New Glarus.
O. G. S T A M N , P resident.
M. K. P eters, V ice P resident.

J. J. F IG I, Cashier.
J. S. U R B B N , A sst. Cashier,
D IR E C T O R S .
J. J. F igi,
M. K. Peters.

J. H en ry L egier,
J. Jacob H efty ,
O. G. Stamn,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 2, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oan s an d discou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s............
B an kin g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k s ..
C hecks on other banks
and cash item s ...........
E x ch an ges fo r clearing
house ...............................
Gold coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...
T o ta l

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

$251,958 24
66822
5,950 00
10,000 00
6,200 00
58,702 96
794 86
5,0 24 76

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes paid ....................
Individu al deoosits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
S avings deposits .'..........

$40,000 00
2,290 00
5,6 52 65
98,485 11
16 6 ,7 1 8 ,1 5
34,500 07

34 80
4,727 50
866 90
188

2,529 00
74

$347,645 98

T o ta l

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

$347,645 98

New Holstein— State Bank of New Holstein.
JA M E S G. G R IE M , President.
GEO. H. S C H R O E D E R , V ice Pres.
Jam es G. Griem ,
G eorge H. S chroeder,
F red B ullw inkel,

F R E D E R IC K B U L L W IN K E L , Cash.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . A . Laun,
G eorge L. Leverenz,
•
H. C. Tim m .

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 2, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esources.
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e .................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m approved reserve banks ..................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
R evenu e stam ps .............
T ota l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$243,113 34
738 02
8,500 00
4,000 n o
1,000 00
17,960 58
8,625 00
1,708 80
12,822 00
220 61
100 00
$298,788 35

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid ....................
Ind ividu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
Savings d e p o s i t s .............
P o sta l s a v i n g s ..................
N otes and bills red'iscoun ted ...........................
T o ta l

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

$25,000 00
12,500 00
589 06
123,152 60
99,939 11
21,640 25
967 33
15,000 0(3
$298,788 35

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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 I N G .

New Lisbon— Farmers & Merchants Bank.
J. J. H U G H E S, P resident.
C. D. C U R T IS , V ice President.

J. H. M A R S H , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . R. B arnes,
J. J. H ughes,
C. D. Curtis,
J. H. M arsh.
P. S'. H aire,
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 2, 1886.
In corporated as a State B an k A u gu st 24, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
$179,139 73 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
O verdrafts .........................
178 54 Surplus f u n d ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
U ndivided profits, less
and other b o n d s ...........
7,977 50
cu rren t expenses and
B an k in g house ................
4,000 00
ta x es paid ....................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
2,900 81 Individu al deposits, su b­
Other real estate ow n ed .
5,989 71
je c t to c h e c k ............... .
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
D em and certificates o f
14,836 19
serve banks ..................
deposit ...........................
C hecks on other banks
T im e certificates o f de­
and cash ite m s .............
97 00
p osit ...............................
G old coin ...........................
1,5 85 00 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
S ilver coin .........................
843 15 P osta l s a v i n g s ..................
U. S. an d nation al c u r­
ren cy ..............................
4,335 00
N ickels and cen ts.............
60 97
D ue fro m o th e r s ................
39998
.......................

T ota l

$222,343 58

T ota l

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

$15,000 00
3,000 00
99698
38,462 38
192 50
158,734 09
5,256 32
70131

$222,343 58

New Lisbon— New Lisbon State Bank.
H. J. M O R T 3 N S E N , President.
W . H. F A R L E Y , V ice President.

H. J. G IB SO N , Cashier.
ID A H A Y E S , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. .T. M ortensen,
W . H. H. Cash,
Otto Gebhart,

A. S. M arshall,
W . H. F arley.
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 22, 1911.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erd rafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
P rem ium on b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue from approved re­
serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy . . .......................'..
N ickels and cen ts. .........
Other r e s o u r c e s ................
T o ta l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$172,047 62
306 43
25,050
105
5,000
5,570

00
00
00
98

9,59 4 77
140 72
1,0 76 55
,2,009 00
122 3 2
85728
$221,880 67

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd .............
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
ta x es paid ....................
D ue to banks— d eposits.
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k .................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
S avings deposits .............
I C ashier’s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................
P osta l savin gs ................
N otes and bills red is­
counted ...........................
Other l i a b ilit ie s ................
T ota l

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

$15,000 00
2,200 00
1,4 78 19
731 80
57,297 52
128,374 60
10,973 12
263 45
55305
5,000 00
894
$221,880 67

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ìtE P O R T S O F S T A T E B A N K S .

New London— Bank of New London.
A.

H. P A P E , P resident.

'

•

E. C. P A P E , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R C. Pape,
A . H. Pape,

H elen Pape,
M eta T ra yser,

E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L 15, 1872.
In corporated as a State B an k A u g u st 17, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L eans and d iscou n ts. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties ...................................
B an kin g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fixtu res. .
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
G old coin ........... ............. •
Silver coin .........................
U S. and national eurren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T o ta l

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

$19,627 80
4,000 00
805 55
7,500 00
1,500 00
4,697 48

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
'.Surplus fu nd ....................
U nd ivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid . . . . . . . . . . .
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
posit .................................
R eserv ed fo r t a x e s ...........

$ 10,000 00
4,000 00
928 76
9,357 07
20,964 50
300 00

78 34
2,100 00
499 70
4,689 00
52 46
T o ta l

$45,550 33

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

$45,550 33

New London— The Farmers State Bank of New London.
E. C. JOST, Cashier.
D. B. E G A N , A sst. Cashier.

S. E. W R IG H T , P resident.
JA C O B W E R N E R , V ice President.
D IR E C T O R S .

A. F. Zillm er,
S. E. W right,
Ja cob W ern er.

T hos. F lanagan,
W m . S trelow ,
E. C. Jost,
F a y R . Sm ith,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 29, 1911.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$268,853 85 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus
fu
nd
....................
680 29
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
7,021 00
tax es paid ....................
6,300 00
3,928 80 D ividen ds unpaid ...........
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
37,133 95
T im e certificates o f d e­
672 15
p osit .................................
S avings deposits .............
3,228 06 C ertified checks . .............
2,497 50 N otes and bills red is­
coun ted ...........................
1,298 45
R eserv ed fo r taxes and
interest ...........................
13,615 00
260 19

Resources.
L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g house ................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m approved r e ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
E x ch an ges fo r clearin g
. hou se ...............................
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T ota l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$345,489 24

T ota l

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

$25,000 00
2,750 00
7,147 31
12 00
79,161 03
177,529 24
47,176 73
12 93
5,000 00
1,700 00
$345,489 24

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R E P O R T O F T H É C O M M IS S IO N E R O F B A N K I N G .

New Richmond— Bank of New Richmond.
J. W . M cC O Y , President.
F.
S. W A D E , V ice P resident.

R. W . M cC O Y , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

F.
S. W ade,
J. W . M cC oy,

R. W . M cC oy.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 23, 1878.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$434,864 92 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
$35,000 00
U. S., state, nfunicipal
Surplus fu n d ....................
15,000 00
and other o o n d s...........
»67,639 59 U ndivided profits, less
B an king house .................
3,500 00
current expenses and
O ther real estate ow n ed .
l 00
ta x es paid ....................
1,239 98
Due fro m ap p roved r e ­
Due to banks— d eposits.
5,076 10
serve banks ................
45,162 26 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
D ue fro m other ba n k s. .
4 30
127,225
04
je c t to c h e c k ........
C hecks on other banks
T im e certificates o f de­
and cash ite m s.............
4,615 36
p osit .................................
283,978 32
Gold coin ...........................
1,520 00 S avings d e p o s i t s ....
74,368
87
Silver coin .........................
2,118 85 C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
U. S. and nation al cu r­
stand ing .........................
6,483 84
ren cy ......................
8,4 46 00 P osta l s a v i n g s .................
67896
N ickels and c e n ts .............
157 68 N otes and bills redis­
100 00
R evenue stam ps . ............
cou n ted .........................
19,078 85
T ota l ......................

$568,129 96

T ota l ......................

$568,129 96

New Richmond— The Manufacturers Bank.
W . F. M cN A L L Y , President.
C. A. A L B E R T , Vice President.

L. A. B A K E R ; Cashier.
H. E. R O U N S A V E L L , A sst. Cashier,
D IR E C T O R S .

C. A . A lbert,
L. A. B aker,
W . F. M cN ally,
H. E. R oun savell,

M. P. M cN ally,
H. D. B aker,
Chas. P ilgrim .
W . H. Casey.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 12, 1887.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resourqes.
Liabilities.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$367,824 06 C apital stock paid in. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
677 29 Surplus fu nd ....................
U. S., state, m unicipal
1U ndivided profits,
less
and other b o n d s ...........
36,154 50
current expenses and
B a n k in g house ................
14,889 09
ta x es paid ....................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
7,000 00 Individu al deposits, su b­
Due from approved re­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
serve banks ..................
82,119 57 T im e certificates o f d e­
C hecks on other banks
p osit .................................
and cash ite m s.............
7,728 11 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
524 45
house .............................
standing ........
Gold coin ...................
5,210 00 B ills p a y a b l e ....................
Silver coin ........................
1,713 70
U. S. and national c u r­
ren cy ...............................
5,533 00
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
165 71
Internal revenue stam ps.
12850
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$529 667 98

T otal

$40,000 00
20,000 00
3,2 38 02
188,311 87
210,199 60
39,164 07
3,754 42"
25,000 00

$529 667 98

269

R E PO R TS OP STATE BAN K S.

North Crandon— Farmers & Merchants State Bank.
E. N. M U R P H Y , P resident.
D A V ID B O U C K , V ice P resident.
JNO. M B O L A N D , 2nd V ice President.
B.
N. M urphy,
H. C. K ibb ey,
John M. B oland,
D avid B ouck,

R A L P H P A N S L E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
'
R alp h L. P ansier,
C onrad K olb,
A. P. C. Schm idt,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 14, 1915.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other securities ...................................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m ap p roved reserve banks ..................
D ue from other b a n k s . .
G old coin ........................ ..
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al curren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........

T ota l

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

$40,224 11
6,050 00
1,706 08
713 91
4,325
544
200
114

98
94
00
45

1,608 00
. 45 83

$55,533 30

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
tax es paid ....................
Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f deposit .................................
S avings deposits ...........
C ertified c h e c k s ................
C ash ier’s
checks
outstand ing ........................
N otes and bills rediscounted ...........................
L ib e rty bon d a c c o u n t ...
T ota l

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

$10,000 00
274 31
189 89
29,458 29
4,140 21
901 77
11 60
2,503 65
6,853 58
1,200 00
$55,533 30

North Fond du Lac— The First Wisconsin Bank.
S. D. W Y A T T . P resident.
A.
J. P U L L E N , V ice P resident.

G. M. W Y A T T , Cashier.
T. H. N O R M 1LE , A sst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
J. E. K oepenick,
H. E. H offm an,
P. M. Givens.

S. D. W y a tt,
A. J'. Pullen,
G. A. K n app,
P.
B. H aber,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 27, 1904.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
P rem ium on b o n d s ...........
B an kin g house ...............
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m approved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al curren cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.............
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$60,251 96
29.400
782
5,500
3,515

00
10
00
51

7,918 21
173 21
5 00
522 10

Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits,
less
current expenses and
taxes paid ......................
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep osit ...............................
Savings deposits .............

$ 20,000 00
4,000 00
3,403 81
27,966 95
1,3 14 57
53,133 33

1,668 00
82 57
$109,818 66

T otal

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

$109,818 66

270

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 .

North Freedom— Bank of North Freedom.
R. B. D IC K IE , P resident.
R. S. L A N G E , V ice President.

W . C. H A H N , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W m . Dickie,
W . J. E gerer,
John E gerer.

A. R. Spaulding,
Conrad E gerer,
R. S. L ange,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 29, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
$146,161 68 C apital stock paid in . . . .
...............
330 31 Surplus fu nd
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
43,715 00
taxes p a i d ......................
3,500 00
800 00 In d ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
35,653 20 D em and certificates o f
deposit ............. ' ............
284 19
932 50 T im e certificates o f de­
p osit ...............................
963 95
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
3 ,3 22 00 Other l i a b ilit ie s ................
98 90

Resources.
L oans and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
Due fro m approved r e ­
serve banks ..................
Due fro m other ba n k s. . .
Gold coin ...........................
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s . . . . . .
T o ta l

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

$235,761 73

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
5,000 00
3,4 72 35
29,481 59
6,102 45
179,943 71
1,6 54 63
107 00
$235,761 73

North Lake— Bank of North Lake.
B U R T O N M. S M ITH . P resident.
F R A N C IS J. D O N N E L L Y , V ice Pres.
B u rton M. Smith,
F ra n cis J. D onnelly,
P eter E. Sorenson,
F ra n k H all,

P H A R E S P E T E R S O N , Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H en ry P eterson,
D aniel Sullivan,
John Schneider.

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 6, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m approved reserve hanks ..................
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al curren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T ota l


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

$159,156 80
77
69,479 22
4,000 00
1,700 00
42,173 12
1,125 00
459 90
4,990 00
144 38
$283,229 19

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits,
less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes paid ....................
Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
Savings deposits .............
C ertified c h e c k s ................
R eserved fo r in te re st. . . .
B u ild in g fu n d ..................
B on d accou n t ..................
T ota l

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

$20,000 00
6,500 00
1,383 69
71,150 17
100,706
79,017
19
800
2,000
1,6 52

32
55
46
00
00
00

$283,229 19

RJe p o r t s

of

state

b a n k s

.

271

North Milwaukee— Citizens Bank of North Milwaukee.
H.
A. W A G N E R , P re s id e n t.
E. D. C O D D IN G T O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

C H A S. H. K R O H N , C ash ier.
A. P A L G L A S E , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. A . W a g n e r ,
T. H. Spence,
Ed. B u tle r,
H e im . F . K ir s c h ,

J. H. R o h r ,
E. D. C o d d in g to n ,
C has. H. K r o h n .

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 19, 1905.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., state, m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e .................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
serve banks ..................
C h ecks on o th e r b a n k s
and cash it e m s ............
G o ld c o i n ..........................
Silver coin ........................
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 .........

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

$248,087 85
153 88
102,314 17
6,300 00
2,2 66 00
75,075 23
2,521 68
2,975 00
1,1 58 65
8,070 00
282 01

$449,204 47

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
C ontingent fund .............
U n d iv id e d - p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s its
D iv id e n d s u n p a id ...........
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
D em a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
T im e c e r tific a te s o f d e­
p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ............
C ertified c h e c k s .............
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t s t a n d in g ........................
P o s ta l s a v i n g s .................
R e s e iv e d f o r t a x e s . . . .
L ib e r t y lo a n a c c o u n t ..
T o t a l ......................

$50,000 00
5,5 00 00
2,000 00
7,826 08
26,519 00
4 00
132,830 76
500 00
8,488 46
179,151 43
9 62
1,150
298
300
34 ,626

00
88
00
24

$449,204 47

Norwalk— Norwalk State Bank.
M. G O E T Z . P re s id e n t.
H E N R Y S C H E L L , V ic e P re s id e n t.

C

F. H O R N U N G , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. O. H e ilm a n n ,
J o h n W e ib e l.

M. G oetz,
C. H. D r e ie r,
H e n r y S ch ell,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 4, 1903.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v e r d r a fts ......................
IT. S., state, m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
serve banks ..................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d c a sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n .......................
S ilv e r c o i n ........................
TT. 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 .........
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
1,0 00 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
5,5 00 00
ta x e s p a i d . . . . ...........
1,5 00 00 Ind ividu al deposits su b­
je c t to c h e c k .................
53,030 67 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
7,639 30
p o s it ...............................

«$219,906 94
1,5 02 01

$15,000 00
8,0 00 00
2,399 88
40,323 62
229,010 89

430 07
1,125 00
650 80
2,4 09 00
40 60
$294,734 39

T o ta l

$294,734 39

272

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 .

Norwalk— The Farmers State Bank of Norwalk.
F R A N K W A R T M A N , P re s id e n t.
H. L. V IE T H , V ic e P re s id e n t.

F r a n k W a r tm a n ,
H. L. V ie th ,
J o h n H. M a r b u r g e r ,
E. M cG a ry ,

M. O. H E F F E R M A N , C ash ier.
H O R A C E A. C R O N K , A sst.
C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M. O. H e ffe rm a n ,
H e n r y V ie r e g g e ,
A . C. K oepecke,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 17, 1907.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts .........................
IT. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s . . . . .
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e 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 ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 .........
T o ta l .......................

Liabilities.
$161,272 20 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
836 14 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
3,0 00 00
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
5,0 00 00
taxes paid ....................
2,3 9 7 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
48,387 29 C e rtifie d c h e c k s .............
5,496 11 T im e certificates o f de­
posit ...............................
9 85
347 50
830 25

$15,000 00
4,5 00 00
1,443 86
47,906 25
6 34
161,277 52

2,5 38 00
19 63
$230,133 97

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

$230,133 ^7

Oakfield— Bank of Oakfield.
C. G. M O R G A N , P re s id e n t.
C. H E N N IN G S E N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W . E. B R IS T O L . Cashier.
M A B E L E. M O R G A N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A . J. W o r t h in g ,
C. H e n n in g s e n ,
C. G. M o rg a n ,
W . E. B r is to l.
F . B. W o r t h in g ,
E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 22, 1898.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k Septem ber 3, 1901.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
L o a n s and d is c o u n t s . . . $219,215 70 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
13 16 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U. S., state, m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
5,775 00
ta x e s p a i d .....................
B a n k in g h o u s e ...............
5,800 00
2,991 18 Individu al deposits, subF u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
je c t to c h e c k ...........
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e 25,585 39 T im e certificates o f deserve banks .................. r.
D ue fro m other b a n k s ..
24,140 00
p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s .............
C h ecks on o th e r ba n k s
199 43 C e rtifie d c h e c k s .............
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
•215 00 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t G o ld c o i n .............................
s t a n d i n g .........................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
766 30
N o te s and b ills r e d is U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r c o u n te d ..................
4,936 00
81 77 L ib e r t y b o n d a c c o u n t s .
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
1,483 37
A c c o u n t s r e c e iv a b le . . . .
T o ta l ... — . . . . . .


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$291,202 30

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

$25,000 00
10,000 00
20,699 87
85,331 74
91,714 39
17,523 97
76 49
1,440 84
20,100 00
19,315 00
$291,202 30

R E PO R TS OF STATE B AN K S.

273

Oconomowoc— Bank of Oconomowoc.
B. G. E D G E R T O N , P re s id e n t.
P A U L R . M c K E E , C ash ier.
E. S. T H O M P SO N , V ic e P re s id e n t.
J. F. F L A N A G A N , A sst. C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C has. H. J a ck s o n ,
J. A. P e a c o c k ,
E d w . S. T h o m p s o n ,
B. G. E d g e r t o n ,
H. A . E rn st,
.T. F. F la n a g a n ,
P a u l R . M cK e e .
W . S. W in g ,
E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 1, 1859.
In corp ora ted as a State B ank N ovem b er 14, 1889.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 i 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . . $504,665 50 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
2,470 27 S u r p lu s f u n d ....................
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
U. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
117,516 58
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a i d ......................
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e 1 ,958 72 D iv id e n d s u n p a id ...........
c u r itie s ........................
10,529 47 Individu al deposits, subB a n k in g h o u s e ................
7,883 33
je c t to c h e c k ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e >Tim.e c e r tific a te s o f d e p o s it . ...............................
s e r v e b a n k s ..................•
52,266 13
C h e ck s on o th e r b a n k s
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ............
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
531 33 C e rtifie d c h e c k s .............
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t s t a n d i n g ........................
h o u se ...............................
806 24
G old c o i n .................... ..
5,789 00 B ills p a y a b l e ....................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
6.323 40 R e s e r v e d fo r t a x e s .......
• >Jv '
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r 21,639 00
r e n c y .............................
662
39
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
717 25 / * ' ,
T r a n s it i t e m s ..................
8,670 00
U. S. lib e r t y l o a n s .........
T o ta l ......................

$742,428 59

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

$50,000 00
10,000 00
3,512 39
430 00
225,892 91
224,321 56
181,596 93
3 20
946 60
45,225 00
500 00

$742,428 59

Oconto— Farmers Bank of Oconto.
ED . M IL L ID G E , V ic e P re s id e n t.
R . C. W H I T N E Y , C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
G e o r g e B e y e r,
F. J ..L in g e lb a c h ,
Ed. M illid g e ,
A. M cA llis te r .
R . H. E n g lis h ,
E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 28, 1911.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o th e r b o n d s ........
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e ­
c u r itie s ......................
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 ta l ......................
18— B.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$88,589 57 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
1,672 24 S u rp lu s f u 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
12,44)0 00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
23,727 26 D iv id e n d s u n p a id ...........
5,379 35 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
2,2 00 00
3,024 00 T im e certificates o f de­
p o s it ..............................
11,968 80 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........

$20,000 00
11,000 00
1,499 08
208 00
55,193 85
47,295 13
13,430 21

3,208 87
545 00
718 25 l
4,989 00
203 93
$158,626 27

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

$158,626 27

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 I N G .

Oconto Falls— State Bank of Oconto Falls.
L. A L B E R T K A R E L , P re s id e n t.
J. H. D E L B R ID G E , V ic e P re s id e n t.

C. W . C A R L S O N , Cashier.
C. C. M A R C O T T , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A u g u s t B irr,
C. F . M ey er.

A.
L ip sh itz ,
H. B. B e n n e tt,
L. A lb e r t K a r e l,

E S T A B L I S H E D S E P T E M B E R 1, 1900.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k Ju ly 13, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts .......................
U. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s ........
B a n k in g h o u s e ...............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
a n d c a sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 ick ejs and c e n ts ...........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$283,038 49 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
1,6 16 34 S u rp lu s f u n d . . . . ...........
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
29,572 00
ta x e s p a id .....................
7,1 50 00
1,725 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b604 50 j j e 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 ...........................
11,782 01
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ............
2,4 26 75 C e rtifie d c h e c k s .............
1,3 87 50 B ills p a y a b l e ....................
1,849 45

$25,000 00
5,0 00 00
3,602 15
133,798 70
120,916
38,260
560
20,000

38
91
80
00

5,8 61 00
125 91
$347,138 95

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

$347,138 95

Ogdensburg— The Farmers State Bank of Ogdensburg.
H A R R Y H E R B E R T , P re s id e n t.
A. D. S H A M B E A U , V ic e P re s id e n t.
H. H. J o h n so n ,
H. H e r b e r t,
A . D. S h a m bea u ,

’

H. H. JOH NSON, C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
P. H. P e te r s o n ,
T h eo. H. J o h n so n .
'

^
. JLJ

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 4, 1906.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts .................... .
U. S.. state, m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th er r e 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 ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
U. S. a n 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 .........
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
8,500 00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
2,5 00 00
2,350 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
6,6 50 00
(Dem and c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it
........................
6,975 89
372 50 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it . . . ......................
634 10
S a y in g s d e p o s it s .............
6,861 00
328 43

$97,014 39
94 73

$132,281 04

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

$10,000 00
1,6 00 00
1,0 84 42
17,388 53
20,027 00
81,141 66
1,039 43

$132,281 04

R E P O R T S OF STATE BA N K S.

275

Ogema— State Bank of Ogema.
A U G U S T H E D E N , P re s id e n t.
C.
A. L O F Q U IS T , V ic e P re s id e n t.
A u gu st H eden,
C. A. L ofqu ist,
N. S. S m ith,
O. V . S ö d e rstr ö m ,

E . A . H E D E N , C a sh ier.
#'

D IR E C T O R S .
G eo. D ah l,
A . W . N elson ,
A u g u s t S tru ve.

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 16, 1914.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
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 .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o th e r b a n k s .
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e .............................
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 .........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$73,844 43 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
1,020 51 S u rp lu s f u n d ......................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
6,900 00
2,624 47
ta x e s p a i d ......................
1,846 33 D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s its
Ind ividu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ................
16,435 12
3,564 85 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e p o s i t ............................. .. .
672 98 Oertifiefl checks ...............
731 50

$10,000 00
2,5 00 00
1,4 17 01
2,551 68
44,834 34
48,441 25
40 00

1,948 00
196 09
$109,784 28

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

$109,784 28

Oliver— Iron Exchange State Bank.
W . S. B L A C K B U R N , P re s id e n t.
R . C. A L M O U R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

7

H. S. R O Y C E , Cashier.
■

D IR E C T O R S .
W . S. B la c k b u r n ,
R. C. A lm ou r,
M a tt P in n e il,

T. W . S m ith.
H. S. R oy ce,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 12, 1916.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
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 .........................
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ...................
C h ecks on o th e r b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 ickels and c e n ts ...........
T o t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$12,403 64
269 75
1,249 13
3,549 46
38 13
225 00
1,049 15
2,216 00
218 16
$21,218 42

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a i d ......................
In d ividu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t s t a n d in g ........................
N o te s an d b ills r e d is c o u n te d ..........................
T o t a l ......................

$10,000 00
1,405 07
6,668 39
844 96
300 00
2,000 00
$21,218 42

276

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 .

Omro— Farmers Bank of Omro.
E. S A R G E N T , P re s id e n t.
H. B. W IN S L O W , V ic e P re s id e n t.
A. J. M a rb le ,
E. S a rg e n t,
H. B. W in s lo w ,
G. H. C h a r le s w o r t h ,

A. J. M A R B L E , C a sh ier.
L. E. S H E L P , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J os. D. T r e le v a n ,
J o h n C h a llo n e r ,
J a m es H e ffr o n .
i

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

’

5, 1909.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h 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 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 r e n c y ...............................
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
T o t a l ......................

L ia b ilit ie s .
$354,398 60 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
1,7 70 41 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le s s
122,982 50
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
4,000 00
ta x e s p a i d ......................
1,000 00 iDue to b a n k s — d e p o s its
D iv id e n d s u n p a id ...........
41,077 92 Individu al deposits, su b4,573 59
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 1,399 06
p o s it ........... ....................
2,522 50 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
1,028 50 C e rtifie d c h e c k s ...............
L ib e r t y b o n d a c c o u n ts .
2,817 00
315 53
$537,885 61

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

$30,000 00
10,000 00
5,522 53
1,444 74
39 00
110,026 53
321,229
31,420
153
28,049

84
03
94
00

$537,885 61

Omro— People’s Bank of Omro.
JO H N H. H A IG H . Sr., P re s id e n t.
W . W . N O B L E , V ic e P re s id e n t.
F red L ok er,
H u g h R o b e r ts ,
J a m e s B. M u lv a ,
E m e r s o n S a ffo rd ,
A. L. K in g ,

J A M E S B. M U L V A , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C has. H u b r ig ,
H e n r y S ie fa rt,
J o h n H a ig h ,
W . W . N ob le.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 3, 1915.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
P re m iu m o n b o n d s ........
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h 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 s h i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
U. S. a n 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 .........
T o t a l .......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$80,548 92
328 09
9,480 00
356 78
2,178 45
8,464 07
2,624 97
420 53
542 50
857 60

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
t a x e s p a i d .............
In d ividu al deposits, su bj e 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 it s . .
N o te s an d b ills r e d is c o u n te d ................
B ills p a y a b le ...........

$15,000 00
916 82
39,447 38
37,789 21
3,486 46
2,000 00
10,000 00

2,665 00
172 96
$108,639 87

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

$108,639 87

Reports

of

state

b a n k s

.

277

Onalaska— Onalaska State Bank.
A . N. M O O R E , P re s id e n t.
G. A . K A E P P L E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

JO H N C. A IK E N , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G. A . K a e p p le r ,
R . D. G ord on .

A. N. M o o re ,
T. G. A ik e n ,
E. T. J o h n so n ,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 27, 1912.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resource^.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts .......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..,..............
C h ecks on oth er b a n k s
a n d c a sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 .........
T o t a l ......................

Liabilities.
$139,800 89 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
313 94 ¡Surplus f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
14,000 00
ta x e s p a i d ........... ..........
2 ,6 00 00
2,0 00 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
j e c t to c h e c k ................
15,418 41 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
56 33 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
80 00 C e rtifie d c h e c k s ...............
378 30 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g .........................
1,568 00
73 74
$176,289 61

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

$10,000 00
2 ,5 00 00
4,3 96 07
26,326 80
76,459 52
55,375 98
35 79
1,1 95 45

$176,289 61

Ontario— Bank of Ontario.
M E R E T IM M E R M A N , P re s id e n t.
A". F. L U E T K E , V ic e P re s id e n t.
E. P. E r p e n b a c h ,
M e rl T im m e r m a n ,
A . F. L u e tk e ,
L. R . A b b o t t ,

C. M. L O W E R , C a sh ier.
J. R . W IL L IA M S , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H e n r y B o r in g ,
H o w a r d T e a s d a le ,
M a rt M o lle y .

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 15, 1912.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s a n d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts . . . ................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
U. S. a n 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 u ild in g a c c o u n t .............
T o t a l .......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$83,055 45
36 23
5,5 00 00
1,3 70 32
1,3 28 78
14,901 27
3,793 41

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a i d ......................
In d ividu al deposits, su b ­
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 . . . ' ..........................
R e s e r v e d f o r t a x e s .........

$10,000 00
1,623 23
1 ,6 00 13
61,148 90
40,452 14
300 00

26 98
2 ,5 0
595 20
3,7 60 00
29 85
724 41
$115,124 40

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

$115,124 40

278

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 .

Oostburg— Oostburg State Bank.
E D . F A A S , P resident.
G. G R A V E N , V ice P resident.

JO H N B R E T H O U W E R , Cashier.
B.
B R E T H O U W E R , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

E d. Faas,
Ed. B rasser,
G. J. Lohuis,
L. B. Grotenhuis,
Jam es W ykh u is,

G arret Graven,
M. Daane,
John B reth ouw er,
J. H . Dulm es.

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 28, 1908.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e .................
F u rn itu re an d fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m approved r e ­
serve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
an d cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T o ta l

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

$238,983 40
106 63
25 ,581 00
5,000 00
2,500 00
55,295 03
6 00
505 00
603 70

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus f u n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
taxes p a i d ......... .............
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
S avin gs d e p o s i t s ..............

$25,000 00
8,500 00
8,9 97 25
156,952 40
19,196 77
100,385 75
18 ,272 54

8,5 91 00
132 95
$337,304 71

T o ta l

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

$337,304 71

Oregon— Bank of Oregon.
J. E. L IT E L , P resident.
E L L A L IT E L , V ice P resident.

J. F. L IT E L , Jr., Cashier.
O. E. R IC H A R D S , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
E lla L itel.

J. E. L it el,
J. F. L itel, Jr.,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 4, 1899.
In co rp o ra te d as a State B an k A u g u st 29, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D u e fro m approved re serve banks ..................
D ue fr o m other ba n k s. .
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and na tion al cu rre n cy ...............................
N ick els and c e n t s ...........
T o ta l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$226,616 48
1,7 04 00
29,763 75
1,500 00
56,712
7,780
1,4 12
'976

01
13
50
50

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
tax es p a i d ......................
In d ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
Dem and certificates o f
deposit ...........................

$10,000 00
10,000 00
952 15
143,444 70
168,709 04

6,440 00
200 52
$333,105 89

T o ta l

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

$333,105 89

R E P O R T S OF STATE BAN KS.

279

Orfordville— Farmers and Merchants Bank of Orfordville.
T. E. T O L L E F S R U D , Cashier.
A L IC E R O S S IT E R , A sst. Cashier.

O. P . G A A R D E R , P resident.
O. A . P eterson , V ice President.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. H. Skinner,
A. C. Gaarder,
T. A. T ollefson.

O. P. G aarder,
O. A . P eterson,
T. E. T ollefsrud,
G. Clem etson,

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 25, 1901.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
an d cash ite m s .............
G old c o i n .............................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ick els and c e n t s ...........

$239,710 80 C apital stock paid in . . . .
154 3 2 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits,
less
current expenses and
3,500 00
taxes paid .....................
1,607 43
IndividuaPdeposits, sub­
ject to check..................
*33,856 59
D em and certificates o f
deposit ............................
3,343 18
1,965 00 T im e certificates o f de­
posit .............................
2,263 00
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
527 10
149 51

T ota l

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

$287,076 93

$25,000 00
15,000 00
7,889 21
92,907 41
5,319 45
109,419 11
31,541 75

$287,076 93

T otal

Osceola— BanK of Osceola.
C H A R L E S H. Q A K E Y , President.
W M . F. K O C H , V ic e President.

H A R R Y C. H A R D IN G , Cashier.
O S W A L D T. K O C H , A sst. Cashier.
E L S IE SIM PSO N , A sst Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M. J. O 'R eilly,
W m . F. K och.

C harles H. Oakey,
H a rry C. H arding,
H. E. Com backer,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 1, 1894.
In corporated as a State B an k A u gu st 24, 1903.

21

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R e so u rc e s.

L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s . . . . . .
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties ...................................
B an kin g house ................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due fro m ap p roved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash it e m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and national c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
L ib e rty l o a n ......................
T ota l

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$513,725 43
394 01
45,200 00
1,980 00
4,000 00
1,825 00
76,718 54
570 14
1,250 00
1,550 00

C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x e s paid ....................
Due to banks— d e p o sits. .
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit ............................
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
S avings d e p o s i t s .............
C ashier’ s
checks
ou t­
standing .........................

$40,000 00
30,000 00
5,586 08
1,8 38 48
154,343 82
798 39
395,322 24
16,181 41
7,932 68

3,435 00
94 98
1,260 00
$652,003 10

T ota l

$652,003 10

280

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 .

Osceola— Osceola State Bank.
H A R R Y D. B A K E R , P resident.
O. T. T R A IS E R , V ice P resident.
A L B E R T N E U M A N N , V ice President.
H a rry D. B aker,
O. T. T raiser,
A lbert N eum ann,
L. C. C om backer,

J E A N A. S L E E P E R , Cashier.
V . J. H IL L S H O T T E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
R. C. B evyl,
F red Feske,
M att H agen.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 21, 1916.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erd rafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve b a n k s ..................
D ue fro m oth er b a n k s . . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
L ib e rty loan a c c o u n t .. . .
E xpen se ...............................
T o ta l

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

$75,771 85
253 20
5,000 00
2,317 77
6,3 58 06
1,000 00
70 17
8500
454 55
3,341
76
120
274

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
D ue to banks— d eposits.
Individu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k . . . . .........
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit . . .............................
Savings d e p o s i t s .............
C ash ier’s
checks
ou t­
stand ing .........................

$20,000 00
2,000 00
2,000 00
34,673 94
33,645 23
1,7 95 26
1 ,0 07 63

00
12
00
34

$95,122 06

T ota l ......................

$95,122 06

Oshkosh— State Bank of Oshkosh.
L. A . GU N Z, Cashier.
B. J. K R IP P E N E , A sst. Cashier.

H E N R Y K O S S E L , President.
OTTO C. H O R N , V ice President.

D IR E C T O R S .
R o b ert L utz,
John M ulva,
C. R oew ekam p,
F . W . M ueller.

H en ry K ossel,
O. C. H orn,
j . J. N igl,
J. Y. Hull,
R. W . M ackie,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 29, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
P rem ium on b o n d s ...........
B an king h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re an d fix tu res. .
Other real estate ow n ed.
D ue fro m a p p roved reserve banks ..................
Due fro m other ba n k s. . .
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin ..................
U. S. and rational cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

$419,588 12
139 80
135,955
405
21,670
4,500
4,715

42
61
55
00
69

26,444 07
45,375 37
4,199 73
4,720 00
2,341 00
15,017 00
109 84
$685 182 20

L ia b ilit ie s .
C apital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
ta x es paid ....................
Due to banks— d eposits.
D ividen ds unpaid ...........
Individu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
S avings d e p o s i t s ..............
Certified ch ecks .............
N otes and bills rediscoun ted ...........................
R eserv ed fo r taxes and
interest ...........................
T ota l

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

$75,000 00
15,000 00
8,739 81
7,823 14
117 00
116,621 95
219,691 58
212,429 05
109 67
25,650 00
4,000 00
$685 182 20

REPORTS

OB'1 S T A T E

BANKS.

281

Oshkosh— The Exchange Bank.
W . J. G L A T Z , P resident.
H. E IL E R S , Cashier.
J. C. Z E N T N E R , V ic e President.
R. E. JO N E S, A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . J. Glatz,
O. C. L aabs,
J. C. Zentner,
N. C. W erb ke,
H.
E ilers,
p . S. M enzel,
M. C. M ertz,
C. P feiffer.
C. K andy,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 27, 1912.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. .. .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
P rem ium on b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate o w n ed .
D ue fro m ap p roved r e ­
serve banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k s ..
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
E x ch a n g e s fo r clearin g
house ...............................
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin ........... i ...........
U. S. and nation al cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T ota l

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

$394,999 98
149 46
220,373
1,188
1,000
1,1 78

20
63
00
54

90,439 09
101,482 03
1,069 65
2,611 71
4,285 00
1,1 36 20

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid i n . . . ,
Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes p a i d ......................
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit .................................
.Savings deposits .............
Certified c h e c k s ................

$50,000 00
4,000 00
7,7 2 5 64
150,055 26
1,350 45
467,254 21
164,226 51
540 41

24,892 00
346 99
$845,152 48

T ota l

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

$845,152 48

Oshkosh— The New German American Bank of Oshkosh.
C W . R A D F O R D . P resident.
G E O R G E HIT T O N . V ice President.
J. H. W A L L , 2nd V ice President.

T. R. F R E N T Z Cashier
C. C. K O N R A D , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. W . R a d ford ,
C. Look.
T. R. F rentz,
W m . K on ra d,
Geo. H ilton,
R. A. B rauer,
W . F. Gruenew ald,
J. H. W all,
E. M oerke,
D an W etzel.
E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 1. 1890.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d is c o u n t s .. . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S.. state, m unicipal
and oth er bonds...........
P rem ium on b o n d s ...........
S tocks and other secu ri­
ties ....................................
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Other real estate o w n ed.
D ue fro m approved r e ­
serve banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k « ..
E x ch a n ges fo r clearin g
house ...............................
GAJ coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U S nnd national cur­
rency ...............................
XTiWols and c e n ts ...........
Gold bullion .................

$609,470 47
129 92
79°. 771 IQ
20,000 00
1 . nno
3 7.500
5,374
1,438

on
00
97
10

126.743 55
1,133 20
18,27 4 0 8
20.41 5 00
7,8 94 45
54,618 00
63
562 00

T o ta l . .....................$ 1 .6 9 1 .7 6 5 41


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . . $100,000 00
25,000 00
Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid .....................
15,576 31
D ue to banks— d e p o s it s ..
16 ,308 18
Individu al denosits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ......
175,762
31
iDemand certificates o f
deposit ............................
126,659 19
T im e certificates o f de­
p osit .................................
495,994 51
S avings d e p o s i t s ..
736,464
91

T ota l

...................... $ 1 .6 9 1 .7 6 5 41

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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 IN G .

Osseo— Farmers Exchange Bank.
C. O. D A H L , P resident.
W M . T. F IS H E R , V ice President.

M. P. S K O G S T A D , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C. O. Dahl,
M. P. Skogstad,
W m . T. F isher,
Geo. Gjuul,
A. Stubbe,

C. S. V a n Gorden,
O scar K nutson,
H. M. Olson,
L u d v ig P erson.
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 3, 1916.

S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
$170,651 53 C apital stock paid in . . . .
O verdrafts .........................
6 4 5 5 4 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
U. S., state, m unicipal
cu rren t expenses and
and other b o n d s ...........
5,400 00
6,500 00
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
ta x e s p a i d ......................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
3,3 21 50 In d ividu al deposits, sub­
D ue fro m ap p roved re ­
je c t to c h e c k .................
serve banks ..................
26,480 80 T im e certificates o f de­
Checks on other banks
p osit .................................
and cash ite m s .............
376 3 8 Savings d e p o s i t s .............
checks
ou t­
Gold coin ...........................
1,5 75 00 Cashier’s
S ilver coin .........................
76870
stand ing ........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
4,549 00
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
70 29
T ota l

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

$220,338 74

T ota l

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

$25,000 00
1,000 00
1,656 16
60,530 20
104,020 40
25,500 57
2,631 41

$220,338 74

Osseo— State Bank of Osseo.
F. vr, S M ITH . P resident.
A. E. B R A D F O R D , V ic e P resident.
F . M. Smith,
E.
H agen ,
P a u l C hristopherson,

T. J. T H O M P SO N . Cashier.
C. P U P IK O F E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
T. J. Thom pson,
A. E. B ra d ford .

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 12, 1900.
In corporated as a State B an k M ay 11, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s a n d .d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fixtu res. .
D ue fro m approved reserve banks ..................
Gold coin ...........................
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al cu rre n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .............
T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

Liabilities.
$303,059 03 C apital stock paid in . . . .
803 82 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
2,102 70
cu rren t expenses and
2,500 00
tax es p a i d ......................
6,000 00 D ue to banks— d eposits. .
In d ividu al deposits, sub50,674 79
je c t to c h e c k ..................
3,325 00 T im e certificates o f dep osit .................................
787 50
Savings deposits .............
8,825 00 C ashier’ s
checks
out50 41
stand ing .........................
$378,128 25

T ota l

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

$30,000 00
7,000 00
1,009 85
10,838 91
61,186 05
244,071 73
11,703 87
12,317 84
$378,128 25

R E P O R T S OF STATE B AN K S.

283

Owen— State Bank of Owen.
JO H N G. O W E N , P resident.
E D W A R D A. O W E N , V ice P resident.

W . C. T U F T S , Cashier.
V . F. S H E R E D A , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. A. Owen,
W . C. T ufts.

John G. Owen,
W . G. R oy er,
A . R. Owen,

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 27, 1907.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
T ow n orders ....................
B an kin g house ................
F urniture and fixtu res. .
O ther real estate ow ned .
Due fro m approved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
U. S. and nation al curren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
P erson al p rop erty ...........
Insurance prem ium s ad v an ced .............................
T ota l

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

Liabilities.
$119,637 72 C apital stock paid in . . . .
62 34 Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
4,640 00
taxes p a i d ......................
1,059 75
Ind
ividu al deposits, sub3,375 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
4,200 00
805 55 D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t .............................
19,728 01 T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
360 10 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
checks
ou t502 50 C ashier’ s
standing*..........................
273 1 5

$ 1 2 , 0 0 0 00
3,000 00
1,323 27
92,766 68
118 00
22,475 36
25,706 27
90 81

2,431 00
44 47
300 00
60 80
T otal

$157,480 39

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

$157,480 39

Oxford— Oxford State Bank.
A. C. P E T E R S , P resident.
J.
M. W O R D E N , V ice President.

J. M. W O R D E N , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. C. P eters,
H. L. M ason,
R a y R od ger,

H ans Sorenson,
J. M. W ord en.
E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T 2, 1910.
S ta tem en t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .

Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O v e r d r a f t s ..........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g hou se ................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Other real estate o w n e d .
D ue from approved reserve b a n k s ....................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T ota l

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$87,186 20
545 12
6 , 800
2,400
1,800
1,800

00
00
00
00

23,716 00
80 00
110 00
536 20

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid ....................
Ind ividu al deposits, su bie ct to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f dep o s i t .................................
S avings deposits .............
C ashier’ s
checks
outstanding ........................

$10,000 00
3,500 00
1,240 77
55,512 88
50,992 29
7,805 49
703 70

4,678 00
103 61
$129,755 13

T ota l

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

$129,755 13

284

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 .

Packwaukee— Farmers State Bank.
S. R. N E A L E , P resident.
M A T T W IL B E R , V ice President.

M. L. W A H L S T R O M , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
, M att W ilb er,
S. R . N eale,
John C adigan,
T. G. B urnham ,

J. W . Graham ,
M. L. W alstrom ,
J. W . V ine,
J. K. N eale,

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 1, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R esou rces.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house . . . ...........
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
7,520 00
current expenses and
2,500 00
ta x es p a i d ......................
2,410 49 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
2,000 00
je c t to c h e c k ..................
T im e certificates o f d e­
1,630 47
p osit ..................................
Savings d e p o s i t s ..............
275 17 C ashier’s
ch eck s
ou t­
140 00
stan d in g .........................
104 20 W

$33,323 40
148 59

D ue fro m a p p roved r e ­
serve banks ...............
C hecks on other banks
an d cash i t e m s . . .........
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al cu r­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s .........,
T o ta l

$10,000 00

500 00
36 22
20,524 93
19 ,004 60
1,2 82 74
186 94

1,3 33 00
150 11

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

$51,535 43

'm

T ota l
t '

$51,535 43
Iv

Palmyra— Bank of Palmyra.
C H R IS T IE C A R L IN , President.
•
C hristie Carlin,
C ora T isch aefer,

C O R A T IS C H A E F E R , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. G. Carlin.

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 26, 1893.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and oth er b o n d s ...........
F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s . .
Other real estate ow n ed.
D ue fro m a p p roved reserve banks ..................
D ue fr o m oth er b a n k s . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. an d national cu rren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts .............
T o ta l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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Liabilities.
$292,511 28 C apital stock paid in . . . .
1,228 75 Surplus fu n d ....................
U ndivided profits, less
74,484 85
cu rren t expenses and
1,600 00
ta x es paid ....................
4,000 00 Individu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ..................
16,704 09 D em and certificates o f
6,000 00
d e p o s i t .............................
S avings d e p o s i t s ..............
2,201 10 "Rills p ayable . .
3,745 00
560 00

$25,000 00
9,000 00
9,5 32 01
61,626 77
89,230 53
208,500 64
9,000 00

8,771 00
83 88
$411,889 95

T ota l

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

$411,889 95

R E P O R T 'S O F S T A T E B A N K S .

285

Palmyra— Farmers Savings Bank of Palmyra.
H. C. S T A C E Y , P resident.
R IC H A R D JO N E S, V ice President.

R- J • D O N O H U E , Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. C. S tacey,
R o b e rt M cL erg,
John H. S tacey.

W . H. M unger,
R ich ard Jones,
Z. C. W ilson,
W . H. M unger,

E S T A B L I S H E D O C T O B E R 21, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
an d other b o n d s .. . . . .
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m approved re­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ......................
U. S. and na tion al c u r ­
rency ...............................
N ick els and c e n ts ...........

$86,422 01 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
32 12 Surplus fu n d ............. ..
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
40,725 15
tax es paid .....................
4,226 97
1,5 86 20 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
16,907 36 D em and certificates o f
d e p o s i t .............................
28 15 Savings d e p o s i t s .............
510 00 Certified c h e c k s ................
1,477 85

1,5 96 33
63,420 75
24,418 56
49,100 41
7 97

2,986 00
142 21
$ 155,044 02

T ota l

$15,000 00
1,5 00 00

$155,044 02

T ota l

Pardeeville— Pardeeville State Bank.
T H O S . K E A R N S , P resident.

S. H . D O O L E Y , Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .
S. H. D ooley,
C linton Quinn,
W . G. M cK ay.

Thos. K earns,
M. W . R oberts,
E. D. M üller,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 23, 1901.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L oa n s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erd rafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e ..................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
D ue fro m a p p roved re ­
serve banks ......... ..
D ue fro m other b a n k s . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and na tion al c u r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels an d c e n t s ...........

$209,114 67 C apital stock paid in . . . .
563 95 Surplus f u n d ......... ...........
U ndivided profits, less
cu rren t expenses and
24,107 28
taxes p a i d ..............
4,000 00
500 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e ck . ................
19,731 05 T im e certificates o f d e­
p osit ............. ...................
62
4,728
L ib e rty bon d accou n t. . .
16 45
610 00
1,0 72 25

T ota l


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$15,000 00
12,500 00
5,428 17
48,015 10
167,778 24
22,020 00

6,067 00
230 24
$270,741 51

T otal

$270,741 51

286

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 .

Park Falls— Park Falls State Bank.
W . B. C L U B IN E , P re s id e n t.
M. A. D R O T T , V ic e P re s id e n t.
W . B. C lu b in e ,
M. A . D r o tt,
W m . G. F o r d y c e ,

E . J. A S C H B N B R B N E R , C ash ier.
B- J- A S C H E N B R E N B R , A sst.
C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J a m e s L e V o lle y ,
Jas. E s te ri,
E. J. A s c h e n b r e n e r .

E S T A B L IS H E D A S A P R I V A T E B A N K .
In corp ora ted as a State B an k Septem ber 10, 1903.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$276,206 45 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
2,0 88 18 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le s s
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
20 ,707 44
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
B an kin g- h o u s e . . . .........
6,000 00
ta x e s p a i d . . . . ......... ..
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
2,023 00 D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s it s
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
1,126 86 In d ividu al deposits, su b ­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
j e c t to c h e c k ................
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
17,996 98 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
D u e fr o m o t h e r ba n k 's.
3,6 00 00
p o s it ...............................
C h eck s on o th e r ban ks
S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
an d c a s h i t e m s ...........
2,4 98 84 C a s h ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t ­
G o ld c o i n ......................
157 50
s t a n d in g ......................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
3,0 58 00 P o s ta l S a v in g s .................
U. S. a n d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y ...............................
14,239 00
210 51
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
T a x c e r t i fi c a t e s ................
1 ,5 00 98
T o t a l ......................

$351,413 74

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

$25,000 00
8,0 00 00
6,674 59
10,242 06
84,766 21
141,191 13
71,522 36
3 ,6 96 98
320 41

$351,413 74

Patch Grove— The State Bank.
F.
H. B O O T H , P re s id e n t.
F R A N K K O L B , V ic e P re s id e n t.

M.

J. D U F F Y , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F.' H. B o o th ,
H a rry Y ou n g,
F r a n k K o lb ,
E. L. C ase,
W m . W ilk in s o n ,
E. C. A m a n n .
J e ss e F in n ,
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 7, 1911.
S ta te m e n t N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
Liabilities.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$55,893 84 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
323 84 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
2,5 00 00 Tnd ividual deposits, su b ­
F u r n it u r e a n d fix t u r e s .
1,0 91 00
je c t to c h e c k ................
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
8,172 25
p o s it ...............................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
347 27 C a s h ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t ­
G o ld c o i n .............................
255 00
s t a n d in g ......................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
267 70
U. S. a n d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
2,001 00
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
4 05
E x p e n s e ............................
122 21
T o t a l ......... .............


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$70,978 16

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

$10,000 00
600 00
30 ,276 84
29,749 32
352 00

$70,978 16

R E PO R T S OF STATE BANKS.

287

Pewaukee—Pewaukee State Bank.
J. I. G A T E S, P resident.
O. C. L A A B S , 1st V ice P resident.
W M . F . E V E R T , 2nd V ic e P re s id e n t.

J. B. E L Y , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . F. E v e rt,
J. B. E ly .

J. I. G ates,
O tto L a a b s,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 4, 1907.

Statement November 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o th e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ..................
C h eck s on oth er ba n ks
an d ca sh it e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
U. S. a n 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 .........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
50
ta x e s p a id ...........
07 Individual deposits, subje c t to c h e c k . . . .
97 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e p o s it ....................
50 S a v in g s d e p o s it s . .
50 C e rtifie d c h e c k s . . .
65

$230,367 62
40 28
22,245
3,259
23,833
12

767
714
3,458

00

122

72

$284,821 81

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

$15,000

00

1,814 80
89,162 53
156,354 99
22,389 49
100

00

$284,821 81

Phillips—The State Bank of Phillips.
N.
C.

E. L A N E , P re s id e n t.
C. K E L L E H E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.
N.
G.
C.

G. M. C H A M B E R L A IN , C ash ier.
B. W . M A LM , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. L a n e,
C. C. K e lle h e r ,
M. C h a m b e rla in ,
O. A . J o h n so n .
E. T o b e y ,
E S T A B L IS H E D IN 1888.
In co rp o ra te d as a State B an k M ay 20, 1890.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B an kin g- h o u s e ...............
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 u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
an d c a s h i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 .........
T a x c e r t ific a t e s ................
T o t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$202,237 39
122 03
10,500
5,500
1,000
150

00
00
00
00

38,252 58
8,656 o3
664 63
125 00
2,127 45

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ................
D e m a n J 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 it s .............
R eserv ed fo r t a x e s ....

$30,000 00
10,000 00
7,656 25
88,835 46
96,491 90
48,404 90
1,000 00

11,903 00
91 72
1,058 08
$282,388 51

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

$282,388 51

288

R E P O R T OF T h

e

c o m m is s io n e r

OF B ÀN K IN Ô .

Pittsville—Pittsville State Bank.
J. F. S E ID L , C a sh ier.

J. F. SIM S, P re s id e n t.
G. H. S A L T E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
R. C o n n o r,
G. H. S alter,
J . F. S eidl,

Is a a c E r ic k s o n ,
J. F. Sim s.
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 28, 1904.

Statement Novem ber 20 , 1 9 17 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R e so u rc e s.

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., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B an kin g- h o u s e - . . . - . . . . .
F u r n it u r e a n d fix tu r e s .
'O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
Due fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
se r v e h a n k s ..................
H u e from , o t h e r b a n k s .
C h e c k s .on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d c a sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ........................
U. S. a n 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 .........
T o w n an d s c h o o l o r d e r s
C e r tific a te o f in d e b t e d ­
n e ss .................................

$79,380 ' 0 2
1,108 51
2,500
2,600
2,000

00
00
00

1,164 48
11,479 80
20

00

226 34
790 0 0
312 60

$ 10,000

00
1,100 00

1,295

88

61,773 41
713 35
,325 71
14 11

951 0 0
64 07
8,125 64
1,000

00

$111,722 46

T o ta l

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Individu al deposits, su b ­
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 it s .............
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ........................

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

$111,722 46

Plain—The Plain State Bank.
J. B. L IE G E L , P re s id e n t.
W M . R E N S C H L E IN , V ic e P re s id e n t.

J. B. W E IS S , C a sh ier.
C L A R A B E C K , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. B. W e is s ,
Jos. H. W e is s .

J. B. L ie g e l,
W m . R e n s c h le in ,
Jas. M. N a c h r e in e r ,

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 31, 1911.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L ia b ilitie s .

R e so u rc e s.

L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
L ib e r ty b o n d a c c o u n t ..
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e 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 ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 .........
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
00
00
ta x e s p a id ....................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b ­
00
j e c t to c h e c k ................
CO
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
28
p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s . ............
11
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
62
s t a n d in g ......................

$192, 547 63
1 , 745 03

2
1

600
127
, 500
, 560

30, 308
3, 233
1

879
, 170
620

1

, 413

00

120

56

$10,000 U0

1,100 00
2 ,3 70 55
42 ,854 99
177,469 00
2,429 89
600

00

00
20

$236,824 43

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

$236,824 43

R E P O R T S OP STATE BAN KS.

289

Plainfield—Waushara County Bank.
H. E. P R A T T , P re s id e n t.
W . B. A N G E L O , V ic e P re s id e n t.
J. W . D U N E G A N , 2nd V ic e P re s id e n t.

G. D. S A R G E N T , C ash ier.
F. M. C O V E R T , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
G. D. S a rg e n t,
J. W . D u n e g a n ,
W . B. A n g e lo ,
J. A. B la ir.
H. E. P ra tt,
E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 2, 1902.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
•Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
an d o th e r b o n d s .........
P re m iu m on b o n d s . . . .
B a n k in g h o u s e ...............
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h 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 ca 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 ...........
T o ta l ......................

$160,888 17
21 99
68,237
123
7,500
1,750

70
90
00
00

40,165 82
589 64
308 49
2,467 50
1,391 25

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p aid i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ...........
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s and
ta x e s p a i d ...........
Ind ividu al deposits, su bje 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 it s . .
C a sh ie r ’ s 'c h e c k s o u t s t a n d in g .............
R e s e r v e d fo r ta x e s an d
in te r e s t ................

$25,000 00
5,000 00
3,670 03
100,195 95
113,232 60
41,919 12
3,048 26
732 85.

9,170 00
184 35
$292,798 81

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

$292,798 81

Platteville—Mound City Bank.
A. E. R U N D E L L , P re s id e n t.
G E O R G E R I T E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

H A L M U R L E Y , C ash ier.
H. D. R I T E R , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. P. R u n d e ll,
W . C. H ill,
A. E. R u n d e ll,
F r a n k G o o d e ll,
P e te r Jo h n s,
F r a n k S te p h e n s,

G e o r g e R ite r ,
R . S. H e rr,
W . F. K n e b e l,
G e o r g e T h o m a s,
J o h n K in g e t e r .

E S T A B L IS H E D F E B R U A R Y 17, 1915.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ........... ..
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth e r b a n k s
an d ca sh it e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n ........................
U. S. a n d 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 ......................
19— B.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L ia b ilitie s .

$148,474 92 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
242 52 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
3,600 00
ta x e s p a i d ....................
1,815 93 Ind ividu al deposits, su bje c t to c h e c k ...............
41,109 26 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
2,556 14 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e 512 50
posit. ..............................
949 95 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ............
C a s h ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t 3,306 00
s t a n d in g
...................
183 53 N o te s an d b ills r e d is c o u n te d ..........................
$202,750 75

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

$50,000 00
1,257 05
119,916 23
2,590 00
96
7,582 98

14 901

2 53
6,500 00
$202,750 75

290

report

of the

c o m m is s io n e r

o f b a n k in g

.

Platteville—State Bank of Platteville.
J. R . S P E A R , P re s id e n t.
JA M E S D O L A N , V ic e P re s id e n t.
J. R . S pear,
J o h n K e t tle r ,
G e o r g e H a rm s,
D. J. G a rd n er,
F. V o n O eh sen,

W . H. B O Y L E , C ash ier.
I R A O. P O L L E R , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W ils o n C u n n in g h a m ,
J a m es D olan ,
H. E. S tep h en s,
R . A. S h ep h erd .

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 22, 190 5.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ..................
C h eck s on oth er ba n k s
a n d c a s h i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n . . ....................
U. S. a n 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 .........

Liabilities
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
250,393 45
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
9,500 0 0
ta x e s p a id ..................
2,500 0 0 In d ividu al deposits, su bj e c t to c h e c k ............. ..
256,408 34 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it . .........................
6,979 63 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e 470 0 0
p o s it ...............................
2,308 55 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t 13,001 0 0
s t a n d in g ......................
402 32

$537,691 51
3,535 93

T o t a l ....................... $1 ,0 8 3 ,1 9 0 73

$50,000
10,000

00
00

79,311 09
522,527 42
80,349 33
241,868 6 8
80,475 54
18,658 67

T o ta l ...................... $ 1 ,083 ,190 73

Plum City—Plum City State Bank.
T H E O . S U T E R , P re s id e n t.
A L B E R T IN G L I, V ic e P re s id e n t.

ROY

H A R M E R , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . C. C on d it,
J u liu s J. L e w is ,
W . H op h a n .

R o y H a rm e r,
T h e o . S u ter,
M. C o tte r ,
A lb e r t I n g li,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 7, 1910.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$118,290
O v e r d r a fts ......................
2,3 10
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
1,7 54
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
2,1 16
B u ild in g a c c o u n t ...........
93
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
9,5 95
s e r v e b a n k s .................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
230
C h eck s on o th e r ba n ks
a n d c a s h i t e m s ...........
4,598
G o ld c o i n ..............................................355
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
683
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y ...............................
4,6 20
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
109
I n t e r n a l re v e n u e s ta m p s
47
T o t a l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

81
82
28
47
88

94
65
43
00
60

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a id ......................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
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 it s .............
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ........................
B ills p a y a b le ....................

$10,000 00
3,0 00 00
927 09
33,458 50
88,428 67
1,0 71 22
2,9 21 45
5,000 00'

00

55
50

$144,806 93

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

$144,806 93

R E P O R TS OB’1 STATE BANKS.

291

Plymouth—Plymouth Exchange Bank.
R. H. K O E H L E R ,, C a sh ier.

C H A S. D. E A S T M A N , P re s id e n t.
O. A . S C H E IB E , V ic e P re s id e n t.
R . R . W ils o n ,
R . H. K o e h le r ,
C has. D. E a stm a n ,
H. J. G o e lz e r,

D IR E C T O R S .
M. H. H a n d ,
O- A. S ch eib e
E d w a r d B. F e lte r .

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 5, 1896.

Statement November 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u rc e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts ........................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o th e r b o n d s .........
S to c k s an d o th e r s e ­
c u r itie s ..........................
B a n k in g h o u s e .................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ...........
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
an d ca sh it e m s ...........
G o ld 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 a n d c e n t s .........

$839,334 23 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
931 41 S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
51,704 51
ta x e s p a i d ....................
D iv id e n d s u n p a id ...........
1 , 0 0 0 00
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
2 0 , 0 0 0 00
j e c t to c h e c k ................
8,447 hZ
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
114,503 76
d e p o s it ...........................
T im e c e r tific a te s o f d e ­
3,408 49
p o s it ...............................
3,000 0 0 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .............
2,671 0 0 C e rtifie d c h e c k s .............
N o te s an d b ills r e d is ­
15,274 0 0
c o u n te d .........................
223 08 B ills p a y a b le ....................

T o ta l . . .................. $ 1 ,0 6 0 ,4 9 8 00

$ 100,000 00

40,000 00
23 ,100 10
30 00
350,637 36
67,160 19
255,039 99
136,452 30
218 06
67,860 00

20,000 00

T o ta l ...................... $ 1 ,0 6 0 ,4 9 8 00

Plymouth—State Bank of Plymouth.
E A. D O W , P re s id e n t.
P. K . W H E E L E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

H. W . H O S T M A N , C a sh ier.
R . W . D O W , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
E. A . S tolp er,
C arl K r u m e r y ,
R. W . D o w .

E . A. D o w ,
H. W . H o stm a n ,
P. K . W h e e le r ,
C arl C. C o r b e tt,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 2, 1873.
In corp ora ted as a S tate B an k S eptem ber 26, 1890.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
R e so u r c e s.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s an d d iscQ u n ts. . .
O v e r d r a f t s ........................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e ­
c u r itie s .........................
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s .................
C h eck s on oth er ba n ks
a n d ca sh it e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n .............................
S ilv e r c o i n .........................
U. S. a n d 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 .........

$531,537 19 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
97 21 S u rp lu s f u 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
281,919 74
ta x e s p a id ......................
20,233 00 D iv id e n d s u n p a id ...........
13,000 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k .................
6,750 00
8,000 00 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
156,861 70 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
746 70 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ..............
6,700 00 C e rtifie d c h e c k s .............
4,8 02 80

00
00

25,605 21
153 00
296,047 48
48,897 41
398,066 67
79,688 67
264 00

14,340 00
339 10

T o t a l ...................... $ 1 ,0 4 5 ,3 2 7 44


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$60,000
60,000

T o t a l ...................... $ 1 ,0 4 5 ,3 2 7 44

292

R E P O R T OP T H E COM M ISSIONER OF B AN K IN G .

Portage— City Bank of Portage.
R. E. Y O R K , P re s id e n t.
C. F. M O H R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

JO H N A . R A U P , C a sh ier.
W . J. R A U P , A sst. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
R. E. Y o r k ,
J o h n A. R a u p .
,
i L
l ,

M. T. A lv e r s o n ,
C. F. M oh r,
G. E. Y o r k ,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 4, 1874.

Statement November 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s a n d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S-, sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
a n d ca sh i t e m s . . . . . .
G o ld 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 a n d c e n t s .........
G o ld c e r t i fi c a t e s ...........
T o ta l ......................

$632,669 55
3,2 97 11
72,527 00
15,000 00
5,7 50 00
148,530 22
23 ,516 61
11,273 14
2 ,6 2 7 00
3,6 05 75

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d .................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
t a x e s p a i d ......................
In d iv idu al deposits, su b­
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 it s .............
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 t ­
s t a n d in g ........................

$50,000 00
10 ,000 00
6,373 84
390,298 90
347,162 19
136,517 38
302 32
1,0 98 56

17,102 00
354 81
5 ,5 00 00
T o ta l ......................

$941,753 19

$941,753 19

Port Washington—The Port Washington State Bank.
C L A R E N C E H IL L , P re s id e n t.
H. C. B O E R N E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

H E N R Y J. A D A M , C ash ier.
N. E. H E N Z E , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
C la r e n c e H ill,
H. C. B o e rn e r,

H e n r y J. A d a m ,

Es t a b l is h e d

, ___
1 Ail

S e p t e m b e r h , 1889.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 17 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s ........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D u e fr o m o t h 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 i t e m s . . . . . .
G o ld 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 .........
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L iabilities,
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . . ,
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
62,650 00
ta x e s p a i d ........... ...........
7,0 00 00
5,269 00 D iv id e n d s u n p a id ...........
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ...............
73,165 46
1,3 86 72 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
2 ,1 64 73 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
C
a
s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
600 00
s t a n d in g ......................
1,1 32 15
N o te s an d b ills r e d is ­
c o u n te d .........................
12,906 00
212 20

$375,482 38
155 69

$542,124 33

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

$50,000 00
10,000 00
36,559 97
60 00
175,622 33
136,954 21
121,754 02
1,1 73 80
10,000

00

$542,124 33

R EP O R TS OF STATE BANKS.

293

Port Wing—First State Bank of Port Wing.
S. S W A N S O N O G R E N , P re s id e n t.
C A R L O. N E LSO N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

W . T. G R U V E R , C ash ier.
R O Y H. O K E R S T R O M , A sst. C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
S. S w a n so n O g re n ,
C a ri O. N e lso n ,
W . T. G ru v e r,

O sca r W . L u n d g r e n ,
H. M. B e n tso n .

E S T A B L IS H E D JU N E 2, 1911.

_ (

Statement Novem ber 20 , 19 17 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts .............
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
G o ld 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 .........
I n t e r n a l r e v e n u e s ta m p s
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
6 8 6 90
ta x e s p a id ......................
1,825 00
320 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
7,104 99
841 08 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ........... ...................
1,4 60 00
376 85 S a v in g s d e p o s it ...............
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g .......................
733 00
126 31 O th e r l i a b ilit ie s .............
32

$47,030 40
336 36

00
00

1,175 33
28,707 85
12,515 37
5,831 58
706 08
205 0 0
$60,841 21

T o ta l

$60,841 21

$1 0 , 0 0 0
1,700

Poskin—Farmers State Bank of Poskin.
F. E. H IE L . P re s id e n t.
E. F. B IR C H . V ic e P re s id e n t.

G. B. D E N N E W IT H ,

C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
F.
E.
T.
A.

E.
F.
A.
E.

L a r s F a h lg r e n ,
P. A. P a lm q u is t,
C has. T e n g h b o m .

H iel,
B irch ,
B irch ,
C oe,
E S T A B L IS H E D

NOVEM BER

8

, 1917.

Statement November 20 , 1 9 17 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ..................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
and c a sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 .........
E x p e n s e ............................
T o ta l .......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
$10,000
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
1,5 00
Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k .............
5,6 55
10,709 45
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ................................ '
812
263 23
C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
10 00
s t a n d in g .................
233
297 0 0

$5,348 40
257 35

00
00
82
22

30

992 0 0
37 51
286 40
$18,201 34

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

$18,201 34

294

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

Potosí—Potosí State Bank.
A D A M S C H U M A C H E R , P re s id e n t.
T. H. R U N K E L , V ic e P re s id e n t.

C. J. R A G A T Z , C a sh ier.
W . A. S C H U M A C H E R , A sst.
C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. E. C oon s,
C. J. R a g a tz .

A . S ch u m a ch e r,
T. H. R u n k e l,
J o h n R ing-land,

E S T A B L IS H E D A P R I L 25, 1904.

Statement November 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s ., y,..
B a n k in g h o u s e .......... ..
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
se r v e b a n k s ..................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d c a sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld 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 .........
T o ta l ......................

$244,431
100

74
00

5,947

00

2,5 00 00
2,4 0 0 00
46,586

12

120

10

2,3 40 00
3,4 44 00
615 30
167 3 5
$308,651 61

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S u rp lu s f u 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 and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s it s
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
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 . . . . . . .

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

$10,000 00
10,000 00
7,005 72
4,7 50 32
58,354 04
14,723 87
142,978 25
60,839 41

$308,651 61

Pound—Farmers State Bank.
R. J. B R O O K S , P re s id e n t.
O T T O K O E N IG , V ic e P re s id e n t.
O tto K o e n ig ,
O. H. R u c k ,
D. E. R io r d a n ,

O. H. R U C K , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. P. C hase,
R. J. B r o o k s .

E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 10, 1915.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
G o ld 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 .........
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$62,044 83 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
188 87 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 an d
1,500 0 0
ta x e s p a i d ......................
748 84 Ind ividu al deposits, sub­
je c t to c h e c k ................
13 ,740 52 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
160 00
p o s it ...............................
246 95 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........

$10,000 00
2,1 35 04
32,817 37
35,102 47
3,722 45

5,073 00
74 32
$83,777 33

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

$83,777 33

R EP O R TS OF STATE R AN K S.

295

Poynette—Bank of Poynette.
A. J. JA M IE S O N , P re s id e n t.
J. C. JA M IE S O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.

H. P. JA M IE S O N , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. P. J a m ieson .

A. J. J a m ie so n ,
J. C. J a m ie so n ,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 7, 1894.
I n c o r p o r a t e d as a S ta te B a n k J u ly 29, 1903.

Statement November 20 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B an kin g- h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ..................
D ue fr o m o t h 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 ite m ,s...........
G o ld 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 .........
T o ta l ......................

$387,825 90
11,206 95
35,341 42
6,000 00
1,044 43
75,773 16
6,369 72

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
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 ..............................

$ 10,000 00

10,000 00
2,306 93
138,226 33
367,202 93

52 96
1,2 60 00
434 80
2,3 84 00
44 85
T o ta l ......................

$527,736 19

$527,736 19

Poysippi—Farmers State Bank.
,T E. W E N D T . P re s id e n t.
E D . B U C K H O L Z , V ic e P re s id e n t.
J. E. W e n d t,
J. M. K o e s e r .
A. L. C h r is to ffe r s o n ,

W . A. A M E N D , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . A. A m en d ,
R ic h a r d W e n d t,
F. J. Y ah r.

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y

6

, 1915.

Statement November 20 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s and d i s c o u n t s ...
U. S.. sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s ........
B a n k in g h o u s e ................
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
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 u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h e c k s on o th e r b a n k s
an d ca sh it e m s ...........
G o ld 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 .........
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$70,016 04
5,500
800
750

00
00
00

8,476 30
5,958 98
32 78
55 0 0
368 05

.
Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
U n d iv if
n-^ofits. le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
t a x r s o a i d ......................
Ind ividu al dennsits, 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 it s ............
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 t ­
s t a n d in g ......................

$ 10,000 00

300 00
509 25
34,236 69
43,743 29
5,236 02
372 30
407 13

2,804 0 0
43 53
$94,804

68

T o ta l

$94,804

68

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

296

Prairie du Chien—Bank of Prairie du Chien.
C H A S. G E E L L E , P re s id e n t.
W . R . G R A V E S , V ic e P re s id e n t.

D IR E C T O R S .
/
W . R . G ra v es,
W . A . G a rv e y ,
J- S. E a r ll.

C h a rle s G re lle ,
H e n r y O tto,
J. W . P a r is,
O.

H E N R Y O T T O , C a sh ier.
A. G. K I E S E R , A sst. C a sh ier.

G. M u n s o n ,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 21, 1889.

Statement November 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s ........
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e c u r it ie s .........................
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e 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 i t e m s .........
G o ld 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 .........
T o ta l ......................

$584,493

21

2,012

50

189,291

00

29,600 56
26,393 1 2
88,703 96
829 98
1,072 50
1,519 25

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
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 id ......................
D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s its
In d ividu al deposits, su bje 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 it s .............
C a s h ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t s t a n d in g ......................
P o s ta l s a v i n g s .................

$30,000 00
30,000 00
808 48
17,637 08
174,330 76
661,868 16
15,680 97
286 66
1,440 72

8,039 0 0
97 75
$932,052 83

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

$932,052 83

Prairie du Chien— Crawford County Bank.
M.
L.

M E N G E S, P re s id e n t.
C O R N E L IU S , V ic e P re s id e n t.

E. C. A M A N N , C a sh ier.
F . S. C L IN T O N , A sst. C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. H. P e a c o c k ,
E d w . M cC lo s k e y ,
F. H. P o e h le r .

M.
M e n g e s,
L.
C o r n e liu s,
J. W . P a ris,
W . R. G ra v e s,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 10, 1903.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 17 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s .................
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d c a sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o i n .............................
Silver coin .........................
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 .........

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$474,589 47
622 39
154,758 64
49,993 35
266 2 1
410 00
1,300 00
1,748 00
30 29

$683,718 35

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
$3 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0
S u rp lu s f u n d ....................
30,000 00
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
ta x e s p a i d ......................
5,0 95 93
D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s its
36,454 50
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
187,138 02
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...................................... 320,377 19
Saving-s d e p o s it s .............
14,669 79
C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g .................... ..
425 59
P o s ta l s a v i n g s .................
1,5 57 33
B ills p ay able ....................
58,000 00
T o ta l ......................

$683,718 35

Rep o r ts

of

state

banks.

297

Prairie du Chien—Peoples State Bank.
F. J. A N T O M B , P re s id e n t.
R . W . F A L L IS , V ic e P re s id e n t.
F. J. A ntom e,
F. J. W a ll,
J o h n Z a ck ,
G e o r g e A. H u a rd ,

S. Y. T A Y L O R , C ash ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
T h o s, T a y lo r ,
T h os. W o o le y ,
R . W . F a llis .

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 20, 1915.

Statement November 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s ...........
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e h a n k s ..................
G o ld c o i n .............................
C h ecks on oth er ba n ks
an d ca sh i t e m s ...........
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 ickels and c e n ts ...........
T o t a l ......................

Liabilities.
$170,092 23 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
416 64 S u rp lu s f u n d ........... ..
U n d iv id ed p ro fits, less
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
21,712 85
t a x e s p a i d ..................
2,547 90
D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s its
32,131 1 0 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k .................
5 00
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it .............................
15 81
482 0 0 S a v in g s d e p o s it s ...........
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ......... ..
2,827 0 0
79 91
T o ta l ......................

$230,310 44

$25,000

00
00

2,200

568 82
10,000

00

59,005 56
129,931 6 8
3,304 38
300

00

$230,310 44

Prairie du Sac—The Sauk Bank.
O.
M.

E. ST O N E , P re s id e n t.
A. R E Y N O L D S , V ic e P re s id e n t.

C. I. K IN D S C H I, C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
M.
C.

A. R e y n o ld s ,
I. K in d s c h i,

O. E. S ton e.

'E S T A B L IS H E D IN 1868.
In corporated as a State B an k January 12, 1898.

Statement November 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. a n 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 . , . . .
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$379,934 11
1,261 98
67,922 50
2,020 45
2,3 14 69
135,086 78
860 00
530 80

Liabilities.
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 ..................
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it . . .<....................
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
posit .................................

$25,000 00
5,0 00 00
2,802 64
189,292 69
1,7 10 43
372,999 48

6,690 00
183 93
$596,805 24

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

$596,805 24

•2 9 8

R E P O R T OF TH E COM M ISSIONER OF BANKING*.

Prairie du Sac—Peoples State Bank.
J. B. R A G A T Z , P re s id e n t.
E.
D. G R U B E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

J. P. A C C O L A , C ash ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. A . S ch m id t,
.
E.
D. G ru b e r,
J. R . C a rp e n te r,

J. B. R a g a t z ,
J. p . A c c o la .
;

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 3, 1917.

Statement November 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n itu r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e from , a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e 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 i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
1,7 00 0 0
ta x e s p a id ..................
5,0 00 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
3,000 00
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 24,188 03 • p o s it ...............................
S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
1,653 8 6
350 00
280 00

$64,445 48
29 09

$20,000 00
1,224 50
29,644

39

49,832 09
5 3 9 35

564 00
29 87
$101,240 33

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

$101,240 33

Prairie Farm—First State Bank of Prairie Farm.
G. R . B O R U M , P re s id e n t.
T. W . B O R U M , V ic e P re s id e n t.

J. D E W IL D E , Cashier.
C. W . M AN, C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. p . M cL ea n ,
J. D e W ild e .

T. W . B o ru m ,
G. R . B o ru m ,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 18, 190 8 .

Statement November 20 . 19 17.
R esources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
S to c k s a n d o t h e r s e ­
c u r itie s .........................
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in ..........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$155,052 21
100 1 9
11,349

34

35

00

2,5 00 00
2,969 33
17,366 0 2
6,300 73
10,273 98
1,150 00
439 25

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in '..
S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
ta x e s p a id ..................
In d ividu al deposits, su b ­
je c t to c h e c k ................
D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
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 its .........
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g .................... ’ .

$15,000 00
4,0 00 00
2,819 73
50,595 93
1,699 70
112,987 85
21,674 69
1,638 72

2,8 35 00
45 57
$210,416 62

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

$210,416 62

R EP O R TS OF STATE BANKS.

299

Prentice—Bank of Prentice.
p . E. R B E D A L , P re s id e n t.
G. B. R B E D A L , V ic e P re s id e n t.

F. E. M O R N E R , C a sh ier.
a

D IR E C T O R S .
W . K . P a r k in s o n ,
C. T. B a d er,
G. B. R e.edal,
F- E. M orn er.
P.
E . R e e d a l,
E S T A B L IS H E D S E P T E M B E R 18, 1900.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A u gu st 31, 1903.

Statement November 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
Ovprrira.fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e . . . . . . .
F u r n it u r e an d fix tu r e s .
O th e r r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D ue fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h ecks on oth er ba n ks
a n d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$100,183 33 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
612 95 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
7,123 80
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
2,000 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
1,700 00 D ue to b a n k s — d e p o s it s
3,578 81 Ind ividu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ................
4,749 10 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e p o s it ...............................
731 60 S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
277 50
1,398 20

$10,000 00
1,650 00
938 70
2,201 61
32,436 21
60,146 87
22,390 05

7,277 00
131 15
$129,763 44

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

$129,763 44

Princeton—Princeton State Bank.
E.
D. M O R S E , P re s id e n t.
G. A. K R U E G E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

H. J. M A X W E L L , C ash ier.
»’¿ f

D IR E C T O R S .
E.
D. M o rse ,
G. A . K r u e g e r ,
S. E. M a c k o w s k i,
H. J. M a x w e ll,
W . J. M e sic k ,
Ghas. N ic k o d e m .
P r a n k M u e lle r,
E S T A B L IS H E D IN 1874.
In co rp o ra te d as a State B an k M ay 5, 1893.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
O v e r d r a fts .......................
U. S., sta te, m u n ic ip a l
a n d o th e r b o n d s .........
S to c k s a n d o t h e r s e ­
c u r itie s .........................
B a n k in g h o u s e ..............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
C h eck s on oth er ba n k s
a n d c a s h i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. a n 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 .........
T o ta l ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Liabilities.
$368,134 131 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
3,2 26 26 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U ndivided profits, less
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
75,454 48
t a x e s p a id . . . ............
D
iv
id e n d s u n p a id .........
100 00
6,543 05 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
1,930 81
3,2 00 71 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it . . ...........................
37,980 37 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
23,649 97 S p e cia l d e p o s it ...........

$30,000 00
20,000 00
9,618 16
64 00
41,322 15
374,395 73
52,458 37
4,653 91

548 92
1,275 00
1,4 74 85
8,853 00
140 77
$532,512 32

T o ta l

$532,512 32

300

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

Pulaski—Pulaski State Bank.
J. A. P E P L IN S K I, P re s id e n t.
E. S Z Y M A N S K I, V ic e P re s id e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. A. P e p lin s k i,
R . E. P e p lin s k i,
Jo s. B o r o w s k i,
H . T. P e p lin s k i,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y

R . E. P E P L IN S K I, C a sh ier.

L o r e n z S zy m a n sk i,
Charlfes B ru ce ,
V in c e n t K r u e g e r .
19, 1910.

Statem ent November 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
L o a n s an d d is c o u n t s . . .
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
a n d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e s e r v e b a n k s ................
D u e 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
a n d ca sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................

$247,306 82
7,625 0 0
3,400 0 0
2,175 47
41,123
202

21
21

700 34
1,807 50
1,093 35

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 .........

7,235 0 0
272 09

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

$312,940 99

C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in . .
S u rp lu s fu n d .........
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n se s an d
ta x e s p a id .........
In d ividu al deposits, subj e c t to c h e c k . . . .
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d ep o s it ......................
S avings deposits .. .
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t s t a n d in g ..............

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

$30,000
2,8 00

00
00

5,478 23
48,273 23
221,145 34
2,161 o 5
3,082 84

$312,940 99

Racine—American Trades & Savings Bank.
L. H O L D E N P A R K E R , P re s id e n t.
H E N R Y J. R O G E R S , C a sh ier.
GEO. L . B U C K , V ic e P re s id e n t.
J A M E S C R A IG , A sst. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
W . J. Ja n d l,
B o y d R. A d a m s,
F . I. L in g s w e ile r ,
G. W . M ille r,
L. H. P a r k e r ,
S. H. F re e m a n ,
W. A. W a lk e r ,
G eo. L. B u ck ,
G e o r g e H a n so n ,
H. J. R o g e r s .
E. J. H a r v e y ,
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 14, 1916.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...$ 1 ,2 4 3 ,6 2 2
O v e r d r a fts .......................
115
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
19,#12
S to c k s an d o t h e r s e ­
c u r itie s ...........................
2,6 18
B a n k in g h o u s e ..............
60,000
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
25,450
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
3,2 28
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
63,612
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
3,906
C h e c k s on o t h e r b a n k s
a n d c a s h i t e m s ...........
1 ,0 94
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e .............................
20 ,240
G o ld c o in .........................
16,188
S ilv e r c o in ......................
3,7 07
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
r e n c y .............................
23,063
N ic k e ls a n d c e n t s .........
1,1 38
L ib e r t y lo a n b o n d s . . . .
27,198

Liabilities.
36 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . . $200,000
83 U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le s s
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
50
9,9 68
ta x e s p a id ..................
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ...
318,905
62
00 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
00
d e p o s it ........................
23 ,585
47 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
870,366
73,324
45 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
78 C a s h ie r ’s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ......................
7,8 50
87 L ib e r t y b o n d a c c o u n t ..
10,697

45
87'
01
77
33
09
83

68

50
05
55
68

01

T o ta l ...................... $ 1 ,5 1 4 ,6 9 8 35


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T o ta l ...................... $1 ,5 1 4 ,6 9 8 35

R E P O R TS OF STATE BAN KS.

301

Racine—Farmers and Merchants Bank.
JO H N W IE C H E R S , P re s id e n t.
L. J. B R E Y L IN G E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.
A . A . B ish o p ,
Je n s J en sen ,
H. A . D ie s tle r,
L. J. B r e y lin g e r ,

H. A . D IE S T L E R , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
N els C h r isten sen ,
J o h n W ie c h e r s ,
W . S. D o o le y .

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U S T

8,

1915.

Statement November 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Liabilities.
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
$200,544 35 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
S
u
rp
lu
s
fu
n
d
..................
O v e r d r a fts ......................
152 67
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, less
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s and
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
12,420 00
t a x e s p a id ..................
F u r n it u r e a n d fix t u r e s .
4,4 77 50
Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
je
c t to c h e c k ................
,
13,285 19
s e r v e h a n k s ...........
D u e fr o m o t h e r b a n k s .
27 ,447 21 D e m a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ...........................
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e ...........
3,0 94 74 S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
G o ld c o in .........................
452 50 C a sh ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g .............
S ilv e r c o in ......................
783 50
U. S. an d n a tio n a l c u r ­
N o te s and b ills r e d is ­
r e n c y .............................
16,622 0 0
c o u n te d .........................
N ic k e ls an d c e n t s .........
76 8 8 O th er lia b ilit ie s ...........

104,065 41

T o ta l ....................'.

$279,356 54

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

$279,356 54

$50,000 00
3,500 00
4,2 81 01

19,356 0 2
84,666 72
3,4 02 38
10,000

00

85 00

Racine—The Racine City Bank.
W . G. G IT T IN G S , P re s id e n t.
F.
W . G U N T H E R , V ic e P re s id e n t.

H. N. B A C O N , C a sh ier.
C. OLSON, A sst. C ash ier.

• D IR E C T O R S .
P e te r N e lso n ,
W . T. H a r v e y ,
A. J. P ip e r,
W . J. H ig g in s ,
•Thos. H a y ,
G eo. W . B ly th e ,

W . G. G ittin g s ,
W . H. B ell,
F . W . G u n th er,
H. N. B a co n ,
E. G T e c k t o n iu s .

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 25, 1908.

Statement Novem ber 20 , 1 9 1 7 .
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., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
and oth er b o n d s . . . . .
F u r n itu r e an d fix t u r e s .
O th er r e a l e s ta te o w n e d
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
D u e fr o m o t h 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 i t e m s ...........
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r in g
h o u s e .............................
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
T o ta l ......................


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Liabilities.
$429,867 39 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
131 41 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id e d p ro fits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
84,608 57
ta x e s p a id ..................
2,0 00 00
17,798 56 D ue to b a n k s — d e p o s it s
D iv id e n d s u n p a id .........
106,357 21 Individu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ................
29,725 85
T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
461 58
S a v in g s d e p o s its .........
5,158 34 C e rtifie d c h e c k s ...........
9,7 70 00 C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ......................
3,238 70
L ib e r t y h on d a c c o u n t ..
20,670 00 R e s e r v e d f o r ta x e s and
in te r e s t ........................
333 42
$710,121 03

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

$50,000 00
10,000 00
15,343 54
9,578 15
3 00
298,796 74
70,749 70
212,972 33
616 95
347 89
39,212 73
2,5 00 00
$710,121 03

302

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

Radisson—State Bank of Radisson.
W . A. B L A C K B U R N , P re s id e n t.
H E R M A N M A D SO N , V ic e P re s id e n t.
W . A. B la c k b u r n ,
T.
B. K e ith ,
M.
J. L e in e n k u g e l,

M. J. L E IN E N K U G E L , C a sh ier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H e r m a n M a d son ,
H. L. R u ss e l.
1

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 13, 1917.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h ecks on oth er ba n k s
an d c a sh i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
U. S. an d 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 .........
E x p e n s e .............................
T o ta l ......................

Liabilities.
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
1,2 75 00
je c t to c h e c k ................
1,465 00 T im e c e r t ific a t e s o f d e ­
p o s it ...............................
1,161 35 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
C a s h ie r ’ s c h e c k s o u t ­
140 26
s t a n d in g ......................
405 00
301 65

$18,363 94

$10,000 00
10,394 69
1,1 60 75
1,998 50
113 75

325 00
81 19
149 30
$23,667 69

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

$23,667 69

Randolph—Randolph State Bank.
E. W . B R A N D E D P re s id e n t.
H E N R Y P R I T C H A R D , A sst. C ash ier.
J. W . H U T C H IN S O N , V ic e P re s id e n t.
D IR E C T O R S .
J. C. B lo c h w it z ,
E. W . B ra n d e l,
J. W . H utchinson,
W . H. G o ssin k ,

E dw ard Pugh,
R o y a l F . C la rk ,
A. A . S ie d s ch la g .

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 22, 1892.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B a n k in g h o u s e .............
F u r n it u r e and fix t u r e s .
D u e fr o m a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
G o ld c o in ........................
S ilv e r c o in ......................
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 .........
T o ta l ......................


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Liabilities.
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 and
57,262 50
13,219 05
ta x e s p a id ..................
4,8 07 51 D u e to b a n k s — d e p o s it s
In d ividu al deposits, su b ­
77,557 48
je c t to c h e c k ................
5,7 5 7 50 T im e c e r tific a te s o f d e ­
1,3 95 00
p o s it ...............................

$391,581 11
298 89

$50,000 00
10,000 00
15,726 78
42 12
182,618 49
310,160 03

16,500 0 0
168 38
$568,547 42

T o ta l

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

$568,547 42

303

REP O RTS OF STATE BANKS.
4 '

Random Lake—State Bank of Random Lake.
.TAMES L E A H Y , P re s id e n t.
W . F. W I L K , V ic e P re s id e n t.

C. P. SC H O M M E R , C ash ier.
S. P. W O L F , A sst. C a sh ier.
D IR E C T O R S .
C. P. S ch om m er.

Jam es L eah y,
W m . W ilk ,

E S T A B L IS H E D JU L Y 13, 1905.

Statement November 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s ...
O v e r d r a fts ......................
U. S., sta te , m u n ic ip a l
an d o t h e r b o n d s .........
B an king- h o u se .............
F u r n it u r e an d fix t u r e s .
D u e from , a p p r o v e d r e ­
s e r v e b a n k s ................
C h eck s on oth er b a n k s
an d c a s h i t e m s ...........
G o ld c o in .................... .. .
S ilv e r c o in .......................
U. S. a n 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 ta l ......................

Liabilities.
$256,971 70 C a p ita l s t o c k p a id i n . .
80 79 S u rp lu s fu n d ..................
U n d iv id e d p rofits, le ss
c u r r e n t e x p e n s e s an d
43,647 00
ta x e s p a id ..................
1,8 00 00
Individu
al deposits, su b­
1,0 00 00
je c t to c h e c k ................
19,703 07 D em a n d c e r t ific a t e s o f
d e p o s it ____? .................
48 80 T im e c e r tific a te s o f d e ,
p o s it ...............
1,7 60 00
1,203 85 S a v in g s d e p o s it s .........
C e rtifie d c h e c k s ...........
6,382 0 0 P o s ta l s a v in g s .............
81 57 ^\W T^r "■ ! > ! ~ !
$332,678 78

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

$25,000 00
8,000 00
6,908 71
107,280 27
17,341 71
135,715
3 1 ,‘451
3
_
977
’

"

40
25
71
73

H

$332,678 78

Readstown—Readstown Bank.
C. H. C A R T E R , P resident.
O. H. L A R S O N . V ice P resident.
S. T. D R E G N E , 2nd V ice President.

A. H. W A R D , Cashier.
M A Y Y T T R I, A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
A. B. P eterson ,
T o rg e r B erge,
Jerry O’L eary.

A. H. W a rd ,
F red C rook,
G uy W illia m s,

E S T A B L IS H E D A U G U ST, 1899.
In corp ora ted as a State B an k A ugu st 15, 1903.

Statement N ovem ber 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erd rafts .........................
U. S.. state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
Banking h o u s e ..................
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
O ther real estate o w n ed.
D ue from approved re ­
serve banks ..................
D ue fro m other banks. . .
C hecks on other banks
and cash it e m s .............
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin ........................
U. S. and national c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
"Nickels and c e n t s ...........
E xpen se .............................

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Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
D ue to banks— d eposits.
1,6 08 0 0 Individu al denosits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
3,750 00
1,9 40 00 D em and certificates o f
d e n o s i t .............................
700 00
C ertified checks ..............
26,106 53
5,000 00

$86,698 71
494 06

$15,000
4,500

00
00

6

57

40,850 51
67,915 56
124 87

432 74
5 00
22460
89200
26 0 2
519 85
$128,397 51

T o ta l

$128,397 51

304

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

Redgranite—Redgranite State Bank.
F R A N K T IC E . P resident.
W M . W IS K E , V ice P resident.
A.
R. C H IP M A N , 2nd V ice President.

J. L. K O S S E L . Cashier.
F. J. S T O P P E R , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
J. P. P iech ow sk i,
a . R . Chipm an,
J . Li. K ossel,
W m . W isk e,
E. R. B arnard,
p . W C arley,
A ug. M. A nderson,
Geo. P ynchon.
F ra n k T ice,
E S T A B L IS H E D M A Y 21, 190 6 .

Statement N ovem ber 2 0 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
0 \ e r d r a fts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s . .........
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k s.. .
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
re n cy ...............................
N ickels and cen ts.. . . . . . .
T ota l

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

Liabilities,
$143,164 71 C apital stock paid in. . . .
556 02 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
13,250 00
current expenses and
1,700 00
ta x es paid ....................
D ividends unpaid ...........
17,155 53 In d iv idu al deposits, su b­
8,985 85
je c t to c h e c k ..................
460 00 T im e certificates o f d e­
2,508 85
p osit .................................
S avin gs d e p o s i t s .............
8,181 0 0 C ertified ch eck s ......... .. .
133 26
$196,085 22

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
5,000 00
5,5 68 39
5 00
47,669 02
58,731 43
69,065 98
55 40
$196,095 22

Reedsburg—The Citizens Bank.
GEO. T. M O R SE , P resident.
A U G. S IE F E R T , V ice P resident.

W M . R IG G E R T , Cashier.
H. W . R IG G E R T , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
H. W . R ig gert,
H. P. Schew e.

Geo. T. M orse,
A ug. Siefert,

E S T A B L IS H E D J A N U A R Y 21, 1887.
In corp orated as a State B an k Ja n u a ry 30, 1892.

Statement Novem ber 2 0 . 1 9 17 .
R esources.
L oa n s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erdrafts .........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F u rn itu re and fix t u r e s ..
O ther real estate ow n ed .
D ue fr o m ap p roved re ­
serve banks . . . . . . . . .
C hecks on oth er banks
and cash item s. . . . . . .
G old coin ........................
Silver coin ......................
U. S. and national c u r­
re n cy ...............................
N ick els and c e n ts ...........
T ota l

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Liabilities.
$292,537 72 C apital stock paid i n . . . .
$25,000 0 0
355 47 Surplus fu n d ....................
15,500 00
U ndivided profits, less
14,479 00
current expenses and
2,666 50
ta x es paid ....................
5 , 5 4 7 23
1,9 3 2 41 D ue to banks— d eposits.
9,7 65 70
In d ividu al deposits, su b­
64,761 11
je c t to c h e c k .........
120,334
78
D em and certificates o f
758 39
deposit ...........................
11,693 63
3,290 00 T im e certificates o f d e­
426 60
p osit ...............................
200,755 6 8
P osta l saving's ................
11594
7,4 55 00
50 76
$388,712 96

T ota l

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

$388,712 96

R EP O R TS OF STATE BANKS.

305

Reedsburg—The Reedsburg Bank.
R.
P. P E R R Y , P resident.
W . F. W IN C H E S T E R , V ice President.

O TTO K R A U S E , Cashier.
E. S. P R O U T Y , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
W . F. W in chester.

Otto Krause,
R.
P. P erry,

E S T A B L IS H E D N O V E M B E R 10', 1877.
In corporated as a State B ank F e b ru a ry 20, 1895.

Statement November 2 0 , 1 9 17 .
Resources.
L oan s and d isco u n ts. . . .
O v erdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix tu res. .
Due from approved reserve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. £>. and national currency ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
R evenu e stam ps .............
T ota l

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

Liabilities.
$479,246 80 C apital stock paid in . . . .
4,175 70 Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
82,349 18 i current expenses and
2,600 0 0
taxes paid ....................
Due to banks— deposits.
72,382 67 Individu al deposits, subje c t to c h e c k ..................
4,741 98 D em and certificates of
3,068 50
deposit ...........................
585 45 T im e certificates o f dep osit ...............................
.........
13,259 0 0 S avings deposits
83 57
110

$50,000
25,000

00
00

3,530 1 0
10,898 70
115,801 28
47,452 44
373.021 90
36,898 43

00

$662,602 85

T ota l

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

$662,602 85

Reedsburg—The State Bank of Reedsburg.
JO H N P. ST O N E , P resident.
CH AS. A. R OOD, V ice P resident.

.

N. T. G IL L , Cashier,
W . H. H A H N , A sst. Cashier.

D IR E C T O R S .
Chas. A. R ood,
A. S. W in ckler.

John P. Stone,
Chas. H. Stone,
M artin H ickey,

E S T A B L IS H E D M A R C H 10, 1898.

Statement November 2 0 , 19 17.
Resources.
L oan s and d iscou n ts. . . .
0 \ e r d r a fts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
D ue fro m approved re­
serve banks ..................
D ue fro m other b a n k s ..
. C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
S ilver coin .........................
U. S. and nation al c u r ­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n t s ......... ..
T ota l

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$664,153 91
1,589 6 6
99,03 5 00
2,500 00
110,997 32
2,89 2 23
1,2 34 69
1,4 85 00
1,209 45

Liabilities.
C apital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
current expenses and
ta x es paid ....................
Individu al deposits su b­
je c t to check ..................
D em and certificates o f
deposit ...........................
T im e certificates o f de­
p o s it ...............................
Saving’s d e p o s i t s ........... ..
P osta l s a v i n g s ..................

$50,000 00
25,000 00
7,339 97
169,214 26
13,622 02
479,754 34
163,308 10
212 69

23,210 0 0
144 12
$908,451 38

T ota l

$908,451 38

306

R E P O R T OF T H E COM M ISSIONER OF B AN K IN G .

Reedsville— Reedsville State Bank.
G. A. Z U E H L K E , P resident.
N. A. O’ R O U R K E , V ice President.
G.
N.

E. C. O ’R O U R K E , Cashier.
J. G. O ’R O U R K E , A sst. Cashier,

D IR E C T O R S .
E. C. O’R ourke,
a . F. Zuehlke.

A. Zuehlke,
A. O’R ourke,

E S T A B L IS H E D D E C E M B E R 1, 1906.

Statement Novem ber 20 . 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an kin g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and nation al c u r­
ren cy ....................
N ickels and c e n t s ...........
L ib e rty bon ds ..................
T otal

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

Liabilities.
$194,679 32 C apital stock paid in. , . .
14 72 Surplus fund ....................
U ndivided profits, less
5,935 00
current expenses and
2,500 00
taxes paid ....................
1,000 00 Ind ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
34,783 24 T im e certificates of d e­
500
posit ...............................
627 25 S avings d e p o s i t s .............
R eserved fo r taxes and
7,569 00
interest . .........................
103 00
1,050 00
$248,266 53

T ota l

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

$10,000 00
5,500 00
1,150

21

93,422 06
94,322 76
43,071 50
800

00

$248,266 53

Reeseville—State Bank of Reeseville.
E. T. K L U G , President.
W . F. Y O U N G , V ice P resident.

H. J. Y A U M A N , Cashier.
M E T A K . H A G M A N , A sst. Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S .

W . F. Young-,
H. J. Y aum an,
E. T. K lug,
F red L iebing,

E dw . L iebing,
J. J. Sullivan,
G. H. K ohn.

E S T A B L IS H E D O C T O B E R 1, 1895.
In corporated at a State B ank Septem ber 26, 1902.

Statement November 20 . 1 9 17 .
Resources.
L oan s and d i s c o u n t s ....
O v erdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g house ................
F urniture and fix t u r e s ..
Due fro m approved re ­
serve banks ..................
C hecks on other banks
and cash ite m s .............
G old coin ...........................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national cu r­
ren cy ...............................
N ickels and c e n ts ...........
T ota l

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Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fu nd ....................
U ndivided profits, less
15,451 25
current expenses and
4,500 00
ta x es paid ....................
3,300 00 In d ividu al deposits, su b­
je c t to c h e c k ..................
22,636 85 T im e certificates o f de­
p osit ..............................
1,098 20 S avings d e p o s i t s ..............
512 50 C ash ier’s
checks
out­
719 70
standing .........................

$122,684 44
396 56

$16,000 00
2,300 00
2,6 92

49

49,385 28
85,909 99
19,469 59
852 50

5,2 47 '>0
d 3 35
$176,609 83

T ota l

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$176,609 85

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Reeseville—The People’s State Bank.
P. A. E IC K E L B E R G , President.
JOS. O. M E Y E R S , Cashier.
L I L L I A N G R A M ZO W , A sst. Cashier.
P.
P. R U N K E L , V ice President.
C H R . IN D E R M U E H L E , 2nd V ice
President.'
D IR E C T O R S .
F.
A. E ickelberg,
Geo. P. B ickel,
Jos. O. M eyers,
M. P . T erry,
O. A . Sell,
P. H. D auffenbach.
P. P. Runkel,
E S T A B L IS H E D J U L Y 26, 1911.

Statement November 2 0 , 1 9 1 7 .
Resources.
L oa n s and d iscou n ts. . . .
O verdrafts ........................
U. S., state, m unicipal
and other b o n d s ...........
B an k in g h o u s e .................
F urniture and fix tu res. .
O ther real estate ow n ed.
D