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FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT

OF T H E

Secretary of the State Bank
ing Bocvrd
SH O W IN G THE CONDITION OF THE

INCORPORATED, PRIVATE, AND SAVINGS
BANKS OF NEBRASKA

FOR THE YEAR 1906

SUBMITTED TO THE GOVERNOR AND THE
STATE BANKING BOARD, JA N U A R Y 25, 1907

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E. ROYSE, S e c r e t a r y

YORK, NEB.
Y o r k B l a n k B o ok C o ., P r i n t e r s
190?

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING OF THE STATE OF NEBRASKA
BOARD
HON. E. M. SEARLE, J R ...........Auditor of Public Accounts, President
HON. L. G. B R IA N ...........................................................
. State Treasurer
HON. W IL L IA M T. THOMPSON.................................... Attorney General
E. R O Y SE .............................................................................................. Secretary
N. R. P E R S IN G E R ...............................Chief Clerk
MAUDE HOGE...................................................Clerk
EXAM INERS
C. H. BEAUMONT
E. E. EMMETT


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E. S. MICKEY
C. W . ERW IN

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he

S ta te

of

N e b r a s k a , D epartm ent of B an k in g . )
L incoln , January 25, 1907. )

To His Excellency, GEORGE L. SHELDON, G overnor

of

N ebraska ,

The Honorables
E. M. SEARLE, JR., A uditor of P ublic A ccounts,
L. G. BRIAN, S tate T reasurer .
WILLIAM T. THOMPSON, A ttorney G eneral .
Members of the State Banking Board.
S ir s : —In ' conformity with section 3a, chapter 8 of the
Gompiled Statutes of Nebraska, I beg to submit herewith the Fif­
teenth Annual Report of the Secretary of the State Banking
Board, covering the period beginning November 9, 1905, and
ending November 12, 1906.
I have the very great pleasure of reporting that there
has not been a single bank failure in Nebraska in over two
years, a record unsurpassed by any state in the Union.
The resources and liabilities of the banks in active opera­
tion under your supervision at the dates reports were made
to this Department during the year; and of the incorporated,
private and savings banks separately compiled; the National
banks, and all banks including National banks combined at
the close of business November 12, 1906, are shown in de­
tail in the following summaries:


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FIFTE EN TH A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

A b stra ct of the condition of the Incorporated, P rivate and S a v ­
ings Banks o f the S tate of Nebraska, at the c 'o s e o f busi­
ness February 17, 1 9 0 6 . T o ta l num ber o f banks re p o rtin g ,5 6 6 .
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts............................................. ..................... $ 44,216,797.06
O verd rafts................................................. ......................................
495,056.24
Stocks, securities, judgments, claims, etc...............................
806,995.98
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers.. 14,739,864.09
Banking house, furniture and fixtures......................................
1,737,553.58
Other real estate... .............. .*......................................... ..........
232.739.52
467,286.71
Current expenses and taxes p a id ................................
Premium on bonds, etc.................................................................
................
Other assets.....................................................................................
45,025.87
C ash..............................................................................
3,018,749.24
T ota l..............................., . . . . r ..............................................$ 65,760,065.29
L IA B IL IT IE S
Capita] stock paid in .....................................................................$ 9,136,140.00
Surplus fund...................................................................................
1,826,836.09
Undivided p rofits............................................................................
1,577,073.64
Dividends unpaid..........................................................................
7,099,82
Deposits subject to check................
29,959,791.47
Demand certificates of deposit.....................................................
7,137,469.00
Time certificates of deposit.......................................................... 14,645,610.09
Due to banks and bankers..........................................................
1,109,060.16
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
67,935.02
Bills payable...................................................................................
293,050.00
T ota l....................................................................................... $65,760,065.29


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Y

of the condition of the Incorporated, Private and Sav­
ings Banks of the State of Nebraska, at the close of busi­
ness May 19. 1906. Total number of banks reporting, 567.
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts .............................................. ................
Overdrafts.....................................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments, claims, e tc /.........................
Due from national, state, and private banks and bankers
Banking house, furniture and fixtures. .'.............................
Other real estate...........................'...........................................
Current expenses and taxes p a id .................. ........................
Premium on bonds, etc.............................................................
Other assets.................................................................................
C a s h .............................................. *..............................................

$ 44,395,571.25
460.587.77
840,765.46
15.123,420.39
1,766,503.10
213,116.39
601.576.77
171.43
48,270.18
2.979,894.02

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

$66,429,876.76

3 - 0 - / / - G

L IA B ILITIES
Capital stock paid in .....................................................................$ 9,244,140.00
Surplus fund...................................................................................
1,846,984.52
Undivided profits..........................................................................
1,729,683.33
Dividends unpaid..........................
4,373.64
Deposits subject to check............................................................. 30,414,843.32
Demand certificates of deposit....................................................
6,275,338.99
Time certificates of deposit.......................................................... 15,469,234.58
Due to banks and bankers................................
1,204,861.29
Notes and bills re-discoun ted.....................................................v
74,724.62
Bills payable...................................................................................
165,692.47
T o t a l................................. ................................................. $66,429,876.76


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FIFTE E N TH AN N U AL REPORT OF THE

Abstract of the condition of the Incorporated, Private and Sav­
ings Banks of the State of Nebraska, at the close of busi
ness August 28. 1906. Total number of banks reporting 578.
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts.....................................................................$ 45,113,579.89
Overdrafts .............................
485,373.12
Stocks, securities, judgments, claims, etc...............................
988,058.40
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers. . 19,541,207.80
Banking house, furniture and fixtures.......................
1,798,920.61
Other real estate..............................................................................
219,498.83
Current expenses and taxes p a id ...............................................
575,031.31
Premium on bonds, etc.................................................................
2,07/.70
Other assets..............
41,590.75
Cash ............................................
3,048,160.84
Total ..................................................................................... $71,813,499.25
L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in .....................................................................$ 9,350,640.00
Surplus fund...................................................................................
1,936,217.79
Undivided profits..........................................................................
1,681,990.36
Dividends unpaid..........................................................................
9,553.11
Deposits subject to check ............................................................ 33,214,091.01
Demand certificates of deposi .................................................
6,976,536.52
Time certificates of deposit.......................................................... 17,050,259.36
Due to banks and bankers..........................................................
1,503,334.78
Notes and bills re-discounted....................................................
33,325.32
Bills payable.........................................
57,551.00


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SECRETARY OF TH E STA TE BAN KIN G BOARD

VII

'A b stra ct o f the conditions o f the Incorporated, P riva te and Savings
Bank of the S tate o f Nebraska, at the c lo se o f business N o ­
vem ber 12, 1 9 0 6 . T o ta l num ber o f banks reporting, 5 8 4 .
RESOURCES
Loans on real estate security.................................................... $ 7,781,947.21
Other loans and discounts....................... 1................ .. ....... 41,099,619.08
Overdrafts.................................................................................
613,808.66
Stocks, securities judgments, claims, e tc.................................
1,083,012.53
Due from national, state and private banks and ban k ers.. 14,606,640.07
Banking house, furniture and fixtures......................................
1,823,840.85
Other real estate....................
221,005.14
Current expenses and taxes p a id ...........................................
766,873.88
Premium on bon d s........................................................................
4,950.71
Other assets..................................................................
65,338.66
Cash ..................................................................................................
3,289,413.75
T o t a l . ................................................................................... $71,356,450.54
LIA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in ......................................................................... 9,440,640.00
Surplus fund...................................................................................
1,915,288.59
Undivided profits..........................................................................
2,180,027.74
Dividends unpaid..........................................................................
3,729.15
Deposits subject to check....... ................................................. 32,352,219.41
Demand certificates of deposit.....................................................
7,069,115.44
Time certificates of d ep osit......................................................... 16,783,881.40
Due to banks and bankers...................
1,369,168.79
Notes and bills re-discounted....................................................
61,380.02
Bills payable...................................................................................
181,000.00
Total........................................................................................ $71,356,450.54


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VIII

FIFTE EN TH AN N U AL REPORT OF TH E

Abstract of the condition of the Incorporated Banks of the State
of Nebraska, at the close of business November 12, 1906.
Total number of Incorporated banks reporting 554.
RESOURCES
Loans on real estate security.....................................................$ 6,041,825.83
Other loans and discounts............................................................ 29,404,342.69
Overdrafts........................................................................................
595,586.83
Stocks, securities, judgments, claims, etc...............................
594,116.20
Due from national, state and private banks and ban k ers.. 13,797,614.13
Banking- house, furniture and fixtures......................................
1,754,989.67
Other real estate............................................................................
183,661.00
Current expenses and taxes p a id ...............................................
730,302.86
Premium on bon d s......................
4,950.71
Other assets............................................................•........................
63,798.79
C a s h ..................................................................................................
3,136,445.47
$66,307,634.18

Total
L IA B IL IT IE S

Capital stock paid-in.....................................................................$ 8,846,640.00
Surplus fund...................................................................................
1,779,498.59
Undivided profits..........................................................................
2,056,339.86
Dividends unpaid..........................................................................
2,062.14
Deposits subject to check ............................................................ 29,300,827.91
Demand certificates of deposit....................................................
6,742,642.09
Time certificates of deposit.......................................................... 15,974,629.25
Due to banks and bankers..........................................................
1,367,614.32
Notes and bills rediscounted....................
61,380.02
Bills payable...........'.......................................................................
176,000.00
T ota l....................................................................................... $66,307,634.18


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SECRETARY OF THE STATE BAN KIN G BOARD

IX

Abstract of the condition of the Private Banks of the State
of Nebraska, at the close of business November 12, 1906.
Total number of Private banks reporting 21.
RESOURCES
Loans on real estate security. . .................................................$
Other loans and discounts............................................................
Overdrafts........................................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments, claims, etc...............................
Due from national, state and private banks and ban k ers..
Banking house, furniture and fixtures......................................
Other real estate............................................................................
Current expenses and taxes p a id ...............................................
Premium on bon ds........................................................................
Other assets...................................................... . ............ .
C a s h ..................................................................................................

452,253.83
1,277,154.04
18,221.83
6,646.08
646,352.80
65,053.19
19,852.50
24,739.74

T ota l......................-................................................................$

2,636,489.68

1,539.87
124,675.80

L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in ........................... ........................................ $
Surplus fu n d ...................................................................................
Undivided profits..........................................................................
Dividends unpaid..........................................................................
Deposits subject to chock ............................................................
Demand certificates of deposit....................................................
Time certificates of deposit..........................................................
Due to banks and bankers...................................... ...................
Notes and bills rediscounted.............. ......................................
Bills payable...................................................................................

344,000.00
98,090.00
94,432.67
1,667.01
1,212,319.41
304,719.14
574,706.98
1,554.47

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

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5,000.00

FIFTE EN TH AN N U AL REPORT O F 1 TH E

X

Abstract of the condition of the Savings Banks of the State of
Nebraska, at the close of business November 12, 1906. T ot­
al number of Savings banks reporting, 9 .
RESOURCES.
Loans on real estate security....... ..................1,287,867.55
Other loans and discounts. . . . ..................................................
Overdrafts ............................. . .......................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments, claims, e t c ,......................\. . .
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers..
Banking house, furniture and fixtures................................
Other real esta te.., .............. ..................... . ...........................
Current expenses and taxes p a id .....................................
Premium on bonds, etc............................................................... .
Other a s s e t s . ........................... ...........................................
C a sh ..,-,..................................................................................

418,122.35
..........
482,250.25
162,673.14
3,797.09
17,49164
11,831.28
......
.. . . . . . .
28,292.48

T ota l............................. ........... ............................................* 2,412,326.68
LIA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in .....................................................................$
Surplus fund................................ ...........................................••••
Undivided profits............................
Dividends unpaid.........................................................................
Savings deposits................
Demand certificates of deposit............ ............................
Time certificates of deposit..............
T ota l....................................................


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250,000.00
37.700.00
29,255.21
................
1,839,072.09
21,754.21
234,545.17

..................................$ 2,412,326.68

SECRETARY OF TH E STA TE .B AN K IN G BOARD

XI

A b stra ct o f the rep orts m ade to the C om ptroller o f the G urrency
showing the condition o f the National Banks in the S tate of
N ebraska (including Omaha and Lincoln) at the clo se o f business
on the 12th day of N ovem ber, 1 9 0 6 ; num ber o f banks re p o rt­
ing, 1 85.
RESOURCES
Loans and d iscou n ts......................... • ..,............. ...................... $ 70,053,787.75
Overdrafts......................'.................... ................................... .........
825,381.13
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation . . . . . . . . . . ........................
7,009,610.00
U. S. bonds to secure deposit*...................................................
1,890,000.00
Other bonds to secure U. S. deposit....... ..................................
403,417.49
U. S. bonds on h a n d . . . . . .................................................... 32,200.00
Premium on U. S. b o n d s..............................................................
198,460.85
Securities, judgments, claims, etc............. fl, „........................ .
2,088,182.26
Banking house, furniture and fixtures...................................
2,343,183.61
Other real estate and mortgages owned .............................
,
388,431.10
Due from other national b a n k s .......................... ....................... 6,011,957.51
1,778,908.53
Due from state and private banks and bankers.................
Due from approved reserve agents............................. . . . . . * . 13,029,796.07
Checks and other cash item s............ .
.. ........ . . . .
662,423.63
Exchange for clearin gh ou se.....................................................
1,193,864.16
Notes of other national banks.................... . .. .. ............. . ••• 358,883.00
Fractional paper currency, nickles and cen ts................... .
27,105.60
Specie........................................ *-............................ s . ....................... 4,108,567.56
Legal tender notes......................................................................... 3,835,170.00
Five percent redemption fu n d.................................. ...................
346,815.00
10,938.00
Due from U. S. treasurer........................ ....... ..........................
T ota l...................................................................................... .$116,597,083.25
L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in .....................................................................$
Surplus fu n d.................................. , ...................... .....................
Undivided profits, less expenses.........................
National bank no'es outstanding.................................................
Due to other national banks.................................... *....................
Due to state and private banks and bankers.............................
Due to trust companies and savings banks...............................
Due to approved reserve agents..................................................
Dividends unpaid......................................................................
Individual deposits....... ..............................
U. S. d e p o sits .... ........................................................................
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers ........................................
Notes and bills re-discoun ted......................................................
Bills payable.....................................................................................
Reserved for taxes..........................................................................
Other liabilities................................................................................

11,787,500.00
3,731,442.38
1,883,008.45
6,973,940.00
12,630,675.21
11,908,217.45
329,099.88
1,392.44
4,407.50
64,800,158.37
1,708,418.25
477,215.26
66,167.50
227,000.00
13,169.20
55,271.36

T o ta l.......................................................................................$116,597,083.25


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XIT

FIFTE EN TH A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

A b stra ct of the condition o f all the Banks o f the S tate o f N e­
braska (including National Banks), at the c lo se o f business
N ovem ber 12, 1 9 0 6 .

T o ta l num ber o f banks reporting 7 6 9 .
RESOURCES

Loans and discounts..............
$118,935,354.04
Overdrafts .....................................................................................
1,439,189.79
U. S. bonds to secure circu la tio n .............................................
7,009,610.00
U. S. bonds to secure deposits...................................................
1,890,000.00
32,200.00
U. S. bonds on hand....................................................................
Other bonds to secure U. S. deposits.......................................
403,417.49
Premium on b on d s.........................................
203,411.56
Securities, judgments, claims, etc.............................................
3,171,194.79
Banking house, furniture and fixtures......................................
4,167,024.46
Other real estate..............................................................................
609,436.24
Due from national and other banks and b a n k e rs................ 37,283,589.97
Cash and other assets................................................................... 11,684,478.57
Five per cent redemption f und. . . .
346,815.00
Due from U. S. treasurer............................................................
10,938.00
Total ...................................................................................... $187,186,659.91
L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in .....................................................................$ 21,228,140.00
Surplus fund...................................................................................
5,646,730.97
Undivided profits less expenses.................................................
3,296,162.31
National Bank notes outstanding....................
6,973,940.00
Deposits............................................................................................ 149,437,698.55
Notes and bills re-discounted.....................................................
127,547.52
Bills payable......... ........................................................................
408,000.00
Reserved for taxes........................................................................
13,169.20
Other liabilities.........................................
55,271.36
Total....................................................................................... $187,186,659.91


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SECRETARY OF THE STA TE B AN K IN G BOARD

XIII

At the close of the period covered by this report there were
584 banks in active operation, with aggregate resources of
$71,356,450.54, included in which were loans and discounts
$48,381,566.29; due from banks $14,606,640.07; and cash on hand
amounting to $3,289,413.75. The aggregate paid in capital of
these banks amounted to $9,440,640.00, with total deposits of
$57,574,385.04, represented by 197,926 depositors, average
amount to each depositor, $320.01; reserve in available funds
31 1T0 per cent.
A comparison of reports
follows: Total resources
paid in capital $595,200.00;
crease in number of banks,

shows increases during the year, as
$8,502,848.93; loans, $7,628,303.08;
general deposits $7,433,677.33; in­
38; in number of depositors, 26,324.

The amount of deposit per capita of state in state banks at
close of business November 12 1906 was $47.99; in all banks, in­
cluding national banks, $124.53.
The average amount of deposits in each state bank, $98,592.66;
including national banks, $194,327.31; average paid in capital to
each state bank, $16,165.48; including national banks, $27,604.87;
the average number of inhabitants of the state to each state
bank, 2,055; including national banks, 1,561.
The increase in amount of loans in all banks of the state dur­
ing the year was approximately $11,000,000.00; deposits, $16,*
000,000.00; paid in capital $1,500,000.00; the ratio of capital to
deposits in state banks was as 1 is to 6 1-10; in all banks as 1 is
to 7 4-100.
During the year 57 new banks were incorporated and char­
tered; six chartered banks had not commenced business Nov­
ember 12, 1906. One bank surrendered its charter, never hav­
ing opened for business; two changed from private to incorpor­
ated banks; five state banks nationalized; thirteen sold to and
were succeeded by other banks; five banks were placed in vol­
untary liquidation and quit business; one private bank was re­
chartered.


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FIFTE EN TH AN N U AL REPORT OF THE

NEW BANKS INCORPORATED AND CHARTERED
DURING THE YEAR.
1. Angus—Bank of A ngus...............................December 4, 19Q5
2. Archer— Citizens State Bank .......................March 28, 1906
3. Arapahoe—Citizens State Bank ............. December 13, 1905
4. Auburn—German-American Bank............. February 2, 1906
5. Barada— Barada State Bank.............................. May 17, 1904
6. Bartlett—Bartlett State B ank......................... January 2, 1906
7. Bennet—Farmers Bank .........
October 9, 1906
8. Big Spring—Farmers State B a n k ............. January 22, 1906
9. Bloomington—Republican Valiey Bank....... . .May 31, 1906
10 Brainard—Farmers State B ank....................... June 29, 1906
11 Clay Center—Clay Center State B ank............. March 22, 1906
12 College View—Bank of College View .................lune 11, 1906
13. Crofton—Farmers State Bank ................ February ^8,1905
14. Cushing—Cushing State Bank............. September 1 1, 1906
15. Denton—Denton State B a n k ...............................June 2, 1906
16. Dunning—The Dunning State Bank . . . . . .October 31, 1906
17. Eustis—The Fioneer Bank.......................September 24, 1906
18. Ewing—The Pioneer Bank ................................. April 7, 1906
19. Fordyce—Fordyce State B ank ...............................August 11,1906
20. G an dy—The Farmers Bank............................. September 17,1906
21. Giltner—Bank of Commerce...............................December 30,1905
22. Giltner—Citizens Bank of Giltner.........-.. .. January 8, 1906
23. Guide Rock—The Guide Rock State Bank............May 7, 1906
24. Hadar—Farmers State B ank.....................December 8, 1905
25. Hildreth—The State Bank of Hildreth....................... May 15,1908
26. Hordville—The Bank of Hordville...........
May 12, 1906
27. Indianola—Farmers & Merchants State Bank. April 2, 1906
28. Leshara—Leshara State B ank.....................January 22, 1906
29. Long Pine—The Commercial Bank ....... December 11, 1905
30. Madisom—The Home Savings B ank............... . May 8, 1906
31. Malcolm—Malcolm State Bank.................September 8, 1906
32. Manley—The Manley State Bank....................... February 14,1906
33. Martell—Martell State B ank...............................November 43,1905
34. Morrill—Morrill State B a n k ...................................March 10,1906
35. Nora—The Nora State Bank .............................. May 3, 1906
36. Norden— Citizens Bank................................ January 19, 1906
37. Norman—The Norman Exchange Bank. September 26, 1906
38. Ogalalla—The Citizens B ank.......................November 8, 1906


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Omaha—Hayden Brothers, Bankers . . . . .December 1 1905
O’Neill -Fidelity B ank....... ........................ December 13 1905
Page—Page State B ank................................ February 5, 1906
Paxton—Commercial State Bank ...................April 14, 1906
P o lk -B a n k of Polk (Formerly Lucella) ......... May 44, 1906
Prague—Bank of Prague........................................July 7, 1906
Richland—Richland State B ank......... ... Novembers, 1906
Riverton—Republican Valley B ank............... . .May 31, 1906
Rosemont—The Bank of Rosem ont.....................July 9, 1906
Saint James—Farmers State Baak.................August 2, 1906
Tekamah— Farmers State Bank .............. November 24, 1905
Touhy—State Bank of Touhy .. .......................... June 25, 1906
Trenton -Trenton Commercial Bank. . . . February 28, 1906
Uehling—Logan Valley B a n k ......................February 26 1906
Ulysses—Farmers & Merchants B ank............. June 22, 1906
Upland—Peoples B ank................................November 8, 1906
Walthill—Walt Pill State Bank.......................... May 16, 1906
Waterloo—Bank of Waterloo................... November 20, 1905
Weston—Farmers and Merchants Bank. . .August 13, 1906

BANKS CHARTERED BUT HAD NOT COMMENCED BU SI­
NESS NOVEMBER 12, 1906
1. -Hordville—The Bank of Hordville
2. Polk—Bank of Polk
3. Fordyce—Fordyce State Bank
4. Norman—The Norman Exchange Bank
5. Upland—Peoples Bank*
6. Richland—Richland State Bank
BANKS WHICH HAVE SURRENDERED THEIR CHAR­
TERS, NEVER HAVING OPENED FOR BUSINESS
1.

Estina— Commercial State Bank

CHANGED FROM PRIVATE TO INCORPORATED BANKS
DURING THE YEAR
1.
2.

Herman—Plateau Bank, name changed to Plateau
State Bank....................................................... July 27, 1906
Valparaiso—The Valparaiso State Bank.February 6, 1906


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XV I

STATE BANKS WHICH HAVE NATIONALIZED DURING
THE YEAR
1. Central City—Central City B ank.................October 4,
2. Hampton—Bank of Hampton......................... June 30,
3. Hayes Center—Farmers State Bank ....J a n u a ry 4,
4. Trenton—Collett State Bank . . . . .............. April 28,
5. Strom sburg—The Farmers and Merchants Bank
............................................................................ June 30,

1906
1906
1906
1906
1906

BANKS THAT HAVE SOLD TO AND BEEN SUCCEEDED
BY OTHER BANKS DURING THE YEAR
1.
%.

c.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

Benedict—Bank of Benedict, sold to First Nat­
ional Bank of Benedict,........................ February 28, 1906
Blair—Blair State Bank, sold to Blair National
Bank of B lair,. <. ^................................ December 26, 1905
Cedar Rapids—Cedar Valley Bank, sold to First
National Bank of Cedar R apids.....................July 7, 1906
Eddyville—Farmers State Bank, sold to Eddy ville
State Bank of Eddy v i l l e .........................October 6, 1906
Gering—Bank of Gering, sold to First National
Bank of G ering,..................................................July 11, 1906
Giltner—Bank of Commerce, sold to Citizens Bank
of Giltner......................................................... March 31, 1906
Gothenburg—Farmers & Merchants Bank, sold
to Citizens National Bank of Gothenburg.. March 6, 1906
Gresham—Farmers & Merchants Bank, sold to
First National Bank of Gresham ...................April 6, 1906
Henderson—Farmers & Merchants Bank, sold to
First National Bank of Henderson........... March 21, 1906
Johnson—Farmers Bank, sold to German National
Bank of Johnson.................................... September 12, 1906
Litchiiefd—Litchfield State Bank, sold to First
National Bank of Litchfield.......................... April 12, 1906
M arquette—Farley’s Bank, sold to First National
Bank of Marquette.................................... October 1, 1906
Wolbach—Wolbach State Bank, sold to First Nat­
ional Bank of Wolbach.................................. October, 1906


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SECRETARY OF THE STATE BAN KIN G BOARD

BANKS WHICH HAVE GONE INTO VOLUNTARY LIQ U I­
DATION AND QUIT BUSINESS DURING THE YEAR.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Atkinson—Atkison State Bank.................January
Bradshaw—the State Bank...................... February
North Bend—The Farmers State B a n k ... March
Randolph—Randolph State Bank................. March
Springview—Citizens State Bank............. January

PRIVATE BANKS RECHARTERED
1.

10,
28,
10,
1,
29,

1906
1906
1906
1906
1906

DURING THE YEAR

Harrisburg—Banner County Bank............... April 21, 1906
RECAPITULATION

Number of banks reporting November 9, 1905.......................546
Number of banks chartered, but had not commenced busi­
ness November 9, 1905 .......................................................... 11
Number of banks organized since November 9, 1905............. 57
Number of banks discontinued since November 9, 1905....... 23
Number of banks surrendering charters having never
opened for business................................................................... 1
Number of banks reporting November 12, 1906.....................584
Number of banks chartered but had not commenced busi­
ness November 12, 1906........................................................... 6


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FIF T E E N T H AN N U AL REPORT OF TH E

• In the following table will be found a classification of banks
b y ca p ita liza tio n , o n N o v e m b e r 12, 1906:
102 banks with capital of ....... .........
1
“
........... .........
14
“
......... .........
1
“
........... .........
2
“
......... .........
3
‘*
....... .........
10
.........
7
“
........... .........
2
.........
140
“
......... .........
2
.......
2
.......
1
“
........... .......
20
.......
8“
........... .......
2
“
......... .......
1
“
........... .......
1
2

“

...........

70
1

“

...........

1
1
6

“

49
1
OO

1

“
11

1

lt

25

“

2

“

1
0

“
“

25
2

“

1

“

3
3

“
“


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...........

$5,000.00 each: total
(i
5,400.00
6,000.00
6,240.00 • “
i i
6,500.00
7,000.00
i. i
7,500.00
“
8,000.00
“
9,000.00
.(
10,000.00
10.200.00
11,000.00
“
11,200.00
“
12,000.00
i(
12,500.00
“
13,000.00
“
13.500.00

. . . $510,000.00
5,400.00
...
84,000.00
6,240.00
. .
13,000.00
...
21,000.00
...
75,000.00
. . 56,000.00
...
18,000.00
...1,460,000.00
...
20,400.00
...
22,000.00
...
11,200.00
.. . 240,000.00
.. . 100,000.00
...
26,000.00
...
13,500.00

.........

13,600.00

“

...

1 3 ,6 0 0 .0 0

.........

14,000.00

“

...

2 8 ,0 0 0 .0 0

.........

15,000.00

i i

.........

16,000.00

“

.........

17,000.00

li
li

.........

17,500.00

.........

18,000.00

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

20,000.00
20,500.00

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

25,000.00
25,300.00
25,500.00

l i

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

30,000.00

i i

35,000.00

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

37,500.00

“
ii

...1 ,0 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0
...

1 6,000.00

...

17,000.00

. ..

17,500.00

. ..

1 08,000.00

ii

...

9 8 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

ii

...

2 0 ,50 0 .0 0

i i

. . .1 ,5 0 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

»i

i i

...

2 5 ,3 0 0 .0 0

• ..

2 5 ,50 0 .0 0

...

750 ,0 0 0 .0 0

...

3 7 ,5 0 0 .0 0
240,000.00

7 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

40,000.00

“

...

50,000.00

“

...1 ,1 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

60,000.00
............. .........
65,000.00
............. .........
75,000.00
........... ......... 100,000.00

i i

“
“
“

...
...
...

120,000.00
6 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0
2 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0

. ..

3 0 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0

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X IX

COUNTY

No. Banks

The banks in active operation on November 12, 1906, and
their paid in capital, deposits and loans were distributed among
the several counties of the state, as shown by the following
table:
1
Capital
Stock

7
9
l
2
5
1
11
5
13
8
14
14
8
2
4
5
12
9
5
15
5
2
8
4
11
11
11
2
10
13
6
9
14
1
1
2
3
5
6
9

$ 85,000.00
116,000.00
5,000.00
15,000.00
86,440.00
5,400.00
110,090.00
78,200.00
170,000.00
142,000.00
184,009.00
217,800.00
178,000.00
25,000.00
57.000.00
66,000.00
222,000.00
143,000.00
145,000.00
156,500.00
57,000.00
35,000.00
123,000.00
31,000.00
279,000.00
194,500.00
305,000.00
30,000.00
223,000.00
140,000.00
60,500.00
120,000.00
192,000.00
10,000.00
5,000.00
25,000.00
50,000.00
182,500,00
125,200,00
110,000.00

H itchcock.................................. 4
H o lt............................................ 8
H ook er...................................... 1
H ow ard..................................... 8

45,000.00
107,000.00
10,000.00
100,000.00

Adam s.......................................
Antelope....................................
Banner......................................
B laine........................................
B oone........................................
Box B utte................................
B ov d .........................................
B rown........................................
B u ffa lo ......................................
Burt...........................................
Butler........................................
C ass................................ ..........
Cedar.........................................
Chase.........................................
C herry. . ....................................
Cheyenne..................................
C la y ...........................................
C o lfa x ........... .........................
Cuming......................................
Custer........................................
D akota......................................
Dawes........................................
D aw son.....................................
Deuel.........................................
D ix on ......... ..............................
D odge........................................
D ou glas.....................................
Dundy........................................
F illm ore....................................
Franklin. ................................
Frontier.................................. ,
Furnas.......................................
G age................................ .......
Garfield.....................................
G osper.......................................
Grant.........................................
Greeley......... ............................
H a ll...........................................
H am ilton...................................
H arlan.............................. .


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Deposits

$ 595,408.21
826,234.8222,233.97
38,470.51
368,276.16
73,907.46
562,914.86
282,313.11
1,197,475.85
942,863.26
1.225,752.63
1,271.672.68
693,644.04
184,291.84
303,723.78
364,810.33
1,459,145.29
1,258,046.73
682.535.49
88 .141.59
499,912.15
334.772.12
507,954.25
205,987.45
1,329,574.81
1,469,536.77
2,579,097.72
154,686.51 '
1,485,182.58
964,737.59
479,571.11
882,029.10
1,253,200.96
28,247.33
25,143.98
209,737.73
298,083.10
1,236,723.53
420,465.33
806,050.91
368,510.-60
337,952.66
32,670.75
•602,152.22

Loans

$ 399.964.02
734,816.95
21,144.92
32,696.06
409,245.82
37,222.60
502,302.31
263,326..96
952,824.82
876,979.87
1,082,272.53
1,005,245.32
735,006.75
92,652.22
201,759.71
320,861.45
1,333,755.35
1,157,009.27
697,142.46
775,632.91
421,228.00
298,048.06
455,415.32
120,566.86
1,362,245.81
1,385,983.51
1,695,660.59
118,129.54
1,324,523.20
780,270.01
381,668.80
814,574.85
1,002,801.31
27,905.54
21,437.02
141.140.90
263,472.55
970,957.84
431,706.22
698,404.07
210,982.12
332,903.89
36,007.59
486,742.24

XX

COUNTY

No. Banks

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Capital
Stock

Deposits

Loans

Jefferson............... ...................
Johnson.....................................
Keaimey.....................................
Keith..........................................
Keya P ah a...............................
K im ball.....................................
K n ox ............... ........................
Lancaster..................................
L in coln ......................................
L og a n ........................................
L on p ..........................................
M adison....................................

11
8
5
4
4
1
14
20
6
2
1
9

$ 228,000.00
102,500.00
62,000.00
41,000.00
25.000.00
17,000.00
290,500.00
248,500.00
75,000.00
11,000.00
5,000.00
232,000.00

$1,394,270.02
593,882139
448,134,16
201,568.45
133,390.09
101.979.61
1,484,003.22
1,684 001.26
493 960.14
62,229.06
26,460.07
937,548.70

$1,246,503.70
508,577.35
303,923.46
173,211.54
114.297.34
58,219.56
1.389,938.85
1 232,813.89
377,346.11
47,962.73
20.789.00
9^8,052.63

M errick.....................................
Nance.........................................
N em aha........................... .. .
Nuckolls....................................
Otoe...........................................
Pawnee......................................
Perkins......... ■...........................
Phelps.................. ................
Pierce.........................................
Platte .......................................
P o lk ...........................................
Red W illo w .............................
R ichardson..............................
R o ck ...........................................
Saline........................................
S arpy.........................................
Saunders...................................
Scott’ s B lu ff...........................
Seward......................................
Sheridan......... .........................
Sherman....................................
S iou x.........................................

6
1
7
10
10
5
2
4
10
9
2
6
12

75.000.00
15,000.00
92,000.00
109,500.00
195,000.00
130,000.00
15,000.00
35,000.00
166,000.00
158,000.00
52,500.00
129,500.00
293,500.00
30,000.00
210,000.00
71,600.00
307,000.00
30,000.00
217,000.00
105,000.00
40,000.00
10,000.00

524,476.70
66,304.94
675,207.57
698,224.12
1,267,695.29
527,037.47
127,898.69
325,464.31
833,252.49
962,371.56
336,499.28
897,547.71
1,442,973.24
188,475.16
1,295,350.39
503,472.30
2,283,918.40
120,466.21
1,191,370.66
611,739.25
128,712.52
264,191 08

525,900.18
83.067.72
463,365.33
545.244.57
1,009,899.26
412,388.57
83.336.19
249,605.37
828,384.19
878,021.79
246,853.68
676,012.41
1,318,121.02
141,156.52
1,145,849.84
389.217.25
1,865,920.90
104,796.95
967,742.02
443.638.91
142,015.49
224,552.68

T h a y e r .....................................
Thom as......................................
T hu rston ..................................
V a lley .......................................
W ashington ...........................
W av n e.......................................
W ebster....................................
W heeler.....................................
Y o rk ...........................................

10
1
2

140,000.00
5,000.00
15,000.00
105,000.00
245,000.00
140,000.00
117,000.00
10,000,00
72,500.00

958,554.43
14,600.71
37,516.44
497,008.14
1,323,478.58
809,369.43
743,979.04
25,562.82
576.394.77

724,740.03
14,592.26
43,594.35
546,910.53
1,207,766.38
762,274.71
549,397.06
25,250.42
405,675.41

T o t a ls ............................. 584 9,440,640.00

57,574,385.04

48,881,566.29


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4

9
4

20
3
14
6
3
1

4

7
4

10
2
7

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XXI

Comparative statement of deposits in all banks under state
supervision, including banks in fiands of receivers, 1892 to
1906, inclusive.
Y E A R 'i

1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906

Total deposits in banks
placed in hands of
receivers

$

71,997.18 .
652,175.79
197,283.25
584,655.80
1.156.888.81
144,507.34
35,730.06
13,829.96
39,975.91
100,894.18
195,770.70
16,915.81
None
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Total deposits in all
banks

Number of
depositors

$ 24,891,113.29
17,208,476.14
18,074,832.43
14,200,775.62
10,227,537.93
13,902,940.36
18,225,180.14
2 1 ,6 6 6 ,1 1 1 .1 2

25,894,059.37
31,431,358.54
34,487,619.26
37,073,882.24
39,575,183.14
50,157,335.20
57,574,385.04

95,052
97.518
116,484
128,593
153,602
179,926

X X II

F IFTE E N TH AN N U AL REPORT OF TH E

An .analysis of the preceding tables can lead to but one
conclusion, and that is, that the banks of this state for a series
of years have enjoyed unexampled prosperity and growth, and
that in the main the spirit of conservatism has characterized the
management. However, the test of conservatism is not in. con­
ditions when prices are steadily rising and trade, commerce
and agriculture are active and profitable.
The growth of deposits, without doubt, indicates accumu­
lated wealth—it might be more properly said, surplus wealth,
which is in a sense a surplus provided against a period of ad­
verse conditions. Experience teaches that a long period of
prosperity, such as has been experienced for several years, is
a fiowtide inevitably to be followed by an ebbtide. The strength
of the banking institutions of the state is indicated in that re­
serve condition which fortifies against a period of possible ebb
in prices and conditions. So far as this Department can de­
termine our banks are being conducted on the theory that there
may be a change, in which event they will be prepared to care
for the interests placed in their charge. It is gratifying, in­
deed, to be able to state that this is a fact with the banks of
Nebraska, as a whole.
The rapid and unprecedented rise in the price of real esstate in a purely agricultural commonwealth, like this, is a con­
dition to be considered in extending credit.
The department
finds the banks of the state, as a rule, recognize this fact, and
are safeguarding their funds against a possible over-valuation
of this item. While it might be said that the hazzard would be
less in the older Eastern portion of the state yet the banks of
Western Nebraska are as conservatively and carefully managed
as any other part of the state. It is but just to the section just
spoken of to state that of ten bank failures that have occurred
during the six years of the present supervision but two of the
ten have occurred in the Western half of the state.
I take pleasure in stating that time and experience are
demonstrating the wisdom of a policy of bank restriction and
supervision. There is less objection to the requirements of the
Department and the restrictions of the law on the part of the
banks each year, proving conclusively that the collective judge-


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x x iii

ment of the bankers of the state is in harmony with the policy
of strict supervision inaugurated in this state in 1895.
Some few-amendments to the banking law have been at­
tempted during the present session of the Legislature, the fate
of which at this writing is unknown. However, the operation
of the law, as it now exists is certainly being vindicated, as
shown by the record—the preceding pages.
APPROPRIATION FOR BIENNIUM, SHOWING AMOUNTS
EX I ENDED TO JANUARY 1. 1907, AND BAL, ANt ES ON ElAND.
Salary, for. S ecretary......... ......................
Amount expended............................

$

Balance .................

4,000.00
3,499,86
500.14

Salary for chief clerk . . . ...................................................... 2,400.00
Amount expended........... .............. . . : ......................
2.100,00
B a la n ce....... ..................

$

300.00

Salary of Stenographer..............
$
Amount expended : ............. ....................................••

1,680,00
1,470.00

Balance .

$

210.00

Salaries for Four Bank Examiners...........................$
Amount expended.........................................................

14,400 00
12,600.00

Balance

.7:

......................................................... $

1,800.00

For Office Expenses........................................
$
1,500.00
Amount expended.. ................................................................ 1,452.52
Balance.................................................................. $
For Traveling ExpensesFour Bank Examiners:
Balance of 1904-5 Jan. 1, ’05................... 2,346.78
Appropriation 1905-6................................... 4,800.00
------:--------- $
Lapsed Aug. 1, 1905........... ................... •■■ 828.57
Amount exp en d ed ....................................... 5,093.14
------------- -$
B a la n ce................
$

47.48

7,146.78
5,921.71
1,225.07

There were 661 examinations of Banks and Building and
Loan Associations during the year for which $11,675.00 in fees
was reported to the State Treasury.


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FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Detailed reports of the condition of banks in the hands of
Receivers at the close of business September 30, 1906, and of
the banks in active operation at the close of business November
12, 1906, follow in this report.
I take pleasure at this time in expressing my appreciation
of the invaluable aid and courteous treatment received by me
from the retiring members of the Board, the Honorable Peter
Mortensen, and the Honorable Norris Brown, to whom I owe a
debt of gratitude for the manner in which they sustained this
Department in its work during their administration.
I desire to express my sincere thanks to the Examiners
who served so faithfully and loyally, and this especially to re­
tiring Examiners Fred Whittemore and Jacob F. Halderman,
whose work was of a high order.
To the retiring Clerk, Addison Wait, I am greatly indebted
for efficient services and valuable assistance.
In conclusion I desire to express my appreciation of the
kindly, courteous treatment uniformly accorded me by your
honorable body.
Very respectively,
E. ROYSE,
Secretary of State Banking Board.


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STATEMENTS
SHOWING THE CONDITIONS OF BANKS PLACED IN THE HANDS
OF RECEIVERS SUBSEQUENT TO JULY 1, 1901, REPORTING
SEPTEMBER 30, 1900.


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BELLWOOD
Receiver took possession February 21. 1902.

M. J, HOLLAND, R e c e i v e r . David (Jity. Nebr.

ASSETS

DISPOSITION OF A SSETS
Amount collected by receiver to dute;
From bills receivable..................................................................................
From other assets on hand at date of suspension .............................
Cash and receipted bills received of Examiner Hartwell..................
From other assets acquired since suspension......................................
From premium, interest, rent, etc............................................................
Total amount collected by receiver.............................................
Offsets allowed and settled on bills receivable................................
On other asset?.............................................................................................
Losses on promissory notes and other assets compounded or sold by order
of the court
On bills receivable..................................................................... ..............
On add. assets coming into hands of receiver since suspension........
On other assets....... ............... ......................................................................
Assets on hand at date of this report:
Bills receivable...........................................................................................
Other assets at date of suspension .........................................................
Other assets acquired since suspension..............................................
T o ta l..........................................................................................


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GOOD

DOUBTFUL

W

orthless

44,504.64
5,190.84
1,441.54
51,137.02
20,474.50
468.30
72,079.82

3,120.78
3,833.76
1,441.54
8,396.08
6,444.75
468.30
15,309.13

7,771.86
1,357.08

33,612.00

9,128.94

33,612.00
14,029.75

1,128.94

47,641.75

7.953.46
1,008.70
1.441.54
6,213.75
468.30
17,085.75

2.316.53
493.80
1.411.54
6,213.75
468.30
10,933.92

5,636.93
514.90

595.14
13.439.75
330.64

10.00

35,956.04
3,851.50
821.00
72.079.82

6,151.83

595.14

13,429,75

330.64
804.25
3,339.96

1,539.79
511.54

221.00

15,309.13 i

9,128.94

33,612.00
600.¿0
47,641.75

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Assets at date of suspension, viz:
Bills receivable..........................................................................................
Other assets ................................................................................................
Cash and cash item s.. : ............................................................................
Total assets at date of suspension.............................................
Add. assets coming into possession of receiver since suspension.
Premium, interest, rent, etc., received since suspension ................
Total assets at this date...................................................................

TO TAL

XXVI

REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE PLATTE V A L L E Y STATE BANK OF BELLWOOD, NEBR.
In the hands of the Receiver for the quarter ending September 30, 1906

B ELL WOO D—Co nduded

Amount collected by receiver:
From pood assets
From doubtful assets

t

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

From assessment on stockholders

Total collections ....................................

$10,933.92 Loans paid, and other disbursements
6,151.83 Dividends paid by receiver, 5 per cent
Legal expenses paid
7,614.00 Receiver’ s salarv paid to date
All other expenses
Balance in hands of receiver as per statement of
receipts and disbursements......
24,699.75

Disbursements and balances

$10,805.70
2,685.27
1,118.18
3,500.00
579.50
6,011.10
24,699.75

LIA B IL IT IE S
A T D AT E OF REPORT

A T D AT E OF S U S P E N S IO N !

Individual deposits .......................................
Public deposits (village)..’..........................
Certificates of deposit................................ »
Due to national, state and private banks
and bankers .............................................
Rediscounted paper, and other contingent
liabilities ..................................................
B ills payable ..................................................
Drafts outstanding .......................................
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7,746.90 Claims proved, for liabilities, shown by the books
372.75 Claims in dispute..........................................................
21,204.81 Liabilities not proved, as shown by the books
Liabilities canceled by offset and otherwise.........
Contingent liabilities discharged........ .............. .
Total as per contra ..........................................
3.845.00
5.200.00 Claims proved as a b o v e ................. ..........................
1,808.05 C.aims established not on b ook s...........................

27.856.56
2,834.56
6,613.43
1.873.01

40.177.51

53,832.38

Total claims p rov ed ..........................................

1, 000.00

40,177.51
27.856.56
25,975.82

SECRETARY OF TH E STATE B AN K IN G BOARD

D ISPO SITION OF COLnECTIONS

COLLECTIONS

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X X V III

BROKEN BOW
Receiver took possession September 28,1901

REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FARM ERS BANK OF CUSTER COUNTY OF BROKEN BOW
In the hands of Receiver for the quarter ending September 30, 1906
C. H. HOLCOMB, R e c e i v e r , Broken Bow, N eb.

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GOOD

DOUBTFUL

Worthless

25,920.66
6,896.04
63.27
32,879.97
25.00
484.25
33,389.22

8,426.52
1,965.37

12,423.00
2,378.38

10,391.89
86.75
161.97
10,640.61

14,801.38

63.27
20,279.43
5,727.61
25.00
356.73
26,452.04
4,502.25
742.19
127.79

4,279.38
1,037.71
50.00
112.37
5,479.46
1,070.34
102.00
49.33

1,467.78
5.00

1,149.50
426.24

3,066.28
862.41

10,344.22
1,513.03

33,400.01

10,629.82

14,801.38

14,801.38

1,472.78
611.00
860.35

FIF T E E N T H A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

A SSE TS

Assets at date of suspension, viz:
46,770.18
B ills receivable
.........................................................
11,239.79
..................................................
Other assets
.
63.27
Cash on hand ................................................................................................
58,073.24
Total assets at date of suspension...............................................
111.75
A dd. assets coming into possession o f receiver since suspension
646.22
Premium, interest, rent, etc., received since suspension....................
58,831.21
Total assets at this date......................................................... .........
DISPOSITION OF A SSE TS
Amount collected by Beceiver to date:
63.27
Cash on hand
26,026.59
From bills receivable
..................................................................
6,770.32
From other assets on hand at date o f suspension............................
75.00
From other assets acquired since suspension.......................................
469.10
From premium, interest, rent, etc.............................................................
Total amount collected by receiver ............................................
33,404.28
Offsets allowed and settled on bills receivable....................................
6,183.59
1,704.54
On other assets ..........................................................................................
177.12
Offset on interest ..........................................................................................
Loses on promissory notes and other assets compounded or sold by or­
der of court:
14,560.00
On bills receivable ............. ........................................................................
2,801.68
On other assets ...........................................................................................
Total
................................................................................... | 58,831.21

FARM ERS BANK OF CUSTER COUNTY OF BROKEN B O W — Concluded
D ISPO SITION OF CO LLECTIO N S

COLLECTIONS

Total collections

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

$26,452.04 Loans paid and other disbursements
..................
5,479.46 Dividends paid bv receiver. 47 per cent...............
...............................
1,472.78 Legal expenses paid....
Receiver’ s salary paid to date ...............................
All other expenses
..................................................
Balance in hands of receiver as per statement
of receipts and disbursements
.........

9,027.56
19,285.65
229.68
2,550.00
918.36

Disbursements and balances..........................

33,404.28

33,404.28

1,393.03

L IA B IL IT IE S
A T D AT E OF SU SP E N SIO N

Individual deposits
................................
Public deposits
Certificates of deposit
Due to national, state and private banks
and bankers
Rediscounted paper, and other contingent
Bills payable
Credit items “ T ”
Unpaid drafts
..............................................
Total

28,144.47 Claims proved, for liabilities, shown by the books
4,782.86 Claims in dispute
.................
.
11,682.68 Liabilities not proved, as shown by the books
Liabilities cancelled by offset and otherwise... .
495.87 Contingent liabilities discharged
•
Total as per contra
8,550.00 Claims proved as above
'250.00 Claims established not on the books
2,465.43
56,371.31
Total claims proved... .

20,934.40
280.68
35,156.23
56,371.31
20.934.40
346.76
21,281.16

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A T D ATE OF REPORT

SECRETARY OF TH E STA TE BAN KIN G BOARD

Amount Collected by Receiver:
From good assets
From doubtful assets
From worthless assets

XXX

O’ NEILL
Receiver took possession December 7, 1904

REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE ELKHORN V A L L E Y BAN K
In the hands of the Receiver, for the quarter ending September 30, 1906
O. F . BIGLIN, R e c e iv e r , O’Neill,. Nebr.

Assets at date of suspension, viz:
Bills receivable
..............
.............................................
Other assets....
.
.........................................................................
..................................................................
Error schedule J, first report
Total assets at date of suspension
......................................
Additional assets coming into possession of receiver since suspension
Premium, interest, rent, etc., received since suspension
....................
Total assets at this date
.....................................................
DISPOSITION OF ASSETS
Amount collected by receiver to date:
From bills receivable
..
..........................
From other assets on hand at date of suspension
From other assets acquired since suspension
From premium, interest, rent, etc.
.....................................................
Total amount collected by receiver
....................................
Offsets allowed and settled on bills receivable
...........................
On other assets
Losses on promissory notes and other assets compounded or sold y or­
der of court:
......
.........................................
On bills receivable
.....
............................
On other assets
Assets on hand at date of this report:
Bills receivable
.........
.................................................
Other assets at date of suspension
.......................................................
Other assets acquired since suspension
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Total
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TOTAL,

GOOD

32,792.98
8,230.30
7.00
41,030.28
7,876.13
334.78
49,241.19

6,432.36
7,611.82
14,044.18
7,876.13
334.78
22,255.09

5,847.20
5,275.02
7,876.13
334.78
19,333.13
3,315.79
1,781.04

DOUBTFUL

Worthless

14,271.31
20.82
14,292.13 i

12,009.31
597.66
7.00
12,693.97

14,292.13

12,693.97

2,576.62
5,259.66
7,876.13
334.78
16,047.19
3,286,34
1,781.04

2,870.48
92

400.10
14.44

2,871.40
29.45

414.54

1,511.84
85.56

11.84

500.00

1,000.00
85.56

22,125.15
1,088.68

557.56
571.12

10,871.38
19.90

10,696.21
497.66

49,241.19

22,255.09

14,292.13

12,693.97

F IFTE E N TH AN N U AL REPORT OF TH E

ASSETS

ELKHORN VALLEY BANK, O'NEILL
COLLECTIONS

DISPOSITION OF COLLECTIONS

16,047.19 Loans paid, and other disbursements
2.871.40 Dividends paid by receiver, 35 per cent
414.54 Legal expenses paid
Receiver's salary paid to date ..
All other expenses
Balance in hands of receiver as per statement of re­
ceipts and disbursements .

Total collections.

19,3:43.13

Disbursements and balances ■■

$15,526.97
479.95
500.00
2,255.61
570.60

19,333.13

LIA B IL IT IE S
A T D ATE OF S U SP E N SIO N

Individual deposits
Public deposits
Certificates of deposit
Due to national, state and private banks and
bankers
Rediscounted paper, and other contingent lia­
bilities
Bills payable
Unpaid drafts .
Sundry account
......
Total

56,488.05
N ote—

Total claims proved ......

This bank has since paid a 15 per cent dividend, making- in all 50 per cent.

$37,062.84
1,259.45
15,665.76
2,500.00
56,488.05
37,062.84
647.70
37,710.54

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A T D ATE OF REPORT

$23.547.33 Claims proved, for liabilities, shown by the books
Claims in dispute
29,961.33 Liabilities not proved, as shown by the books.............
Liabilities canceled by offset and otherwise
Contingent liabilities discharged
Total as per contra
2,500.00 Claims proved as above
206.67 Claims established not on the books
272.72

SECRETARY OF THE STATE BANKING BOARD

Amount collected by receiver:
From good assets
From doubtful assets
From worthless assets

TECU.VISEH
Receiver took possession September 17. I90L

X X X II

REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE CHAM BERLAIN BANKING HOUSE
In the hands of the Receiver for the quarter ending: September 30, 1906
JOHN R. PIERSON. R e c e i v e r . T e o u m se h N eb .

A SSETS

TOTAL

Assets at date of suspension, viz:

558.49
7.099.55
8.714.56
16.372.60
50.73
85.17
16,508.50

DOUBTFUL

Worthless

16,279.04
36,338.91
52,617.95
16,369.40

76,994.44
1,355.63
78,350.07
20,696.25

68,987.35

99,046.32

DISPOSITION OF A SSE TS
Amount collected by receiver to date;
From other assets on hand at date of suspension ....... .....................
From other assets acquired since suspension.................. ....................
Total amount collected by receiver...............................................
Offsets allowed and settled on bills receivable......................................
On other a.ssets acquired since suspension...........................................
Losses on promissory notes and other assets compounded or sold by order
of the court
On bills receivable
......
......................................... ............
On other assets
.....................................................
Assets on hand at date of this report:
Other assets at date of suspension ..........................................................
Other assets acquired since suspension ..............................................
T o ta l..........................................................................................

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2.127.97
8,138.64
5,303.46
85.17
15,655.24
6,936.97
2,198.39
314.50

16,349.55
2,928.60
75,517.03
33,143.47
31,498.42
184,542.17

1,256.98
5,469.34
50.73
85.17
6,862.22
1,409.36

870.99
2,669.30
5,252.73
8,793.02
' 672.43
2,198.39

4,855.18
314.50

2,925.00
4,991.70
320.22

2,570.15
3.60

13,779.40

13,165.47
30,467.62
11,116,67

57,359.86
2,355.63
20,381.75

16,508.50 ■ 68,987.35 !

99,046.32

FIFTE EN TH A N N U A L REPORT OF THE

Other a ssets...................................................................................................
Total assets at date of suspension.................................................
Add. assets coming into possession of receiver since suspension...
Premium, interest, rent, etc., received since suspension ....................
Total assets at this date.......................................................................

100,931.52
46,409.10
147,340.62
37,116.38
85.17
184,542.17

GOOD

TECUM SEH—Concluded

Amount collected by receiver:
From good assets
From doubtful assets
From worthless assets

......

•
Total collections....................................

$ 6,891.22 Loans paid, and other disbursements....................
8,793.02 Dividends paid by receiver. 19 per cent....................
Legal expenses paid
................................................
5,000.00 Receiver’ s salarv paid to d a te.................................
All other expenses ................................................
Balance in hands of receiver as per statement of
receipts and disbursements...............................

$ 400.39
13,606.85
3,626.06
2,345.00
96.44

Disbursements and balances ..........................

20,684.24

20,684.24

609.50

L IA B IL IT IE S
A T D AT E OP SU SPEN SIO N

AT D AT E OF REPORT

Individual deposits .........................................
Public deposits
...........................................
Certificates of deposit....................................
Due to national, state and private banks
and bankers
.......................................
Rediscounted paper, and other contingent

50,521.48 Claims proved, for liabilities, shown by the books
6.721.86 Claims in dispute
4.947.86 Liabilities not proved, as shown by the books
Liabilities canceled by offset and otherwise.........
2.67 Contingent liabilities discharged
Total as per contra .........................................

52,098.17

Drafts outstanding .........................................

38.31 Claims proved as above ...........................................
11,340.47 Claims established not on books. ........................
Total claims proved ......................................
73,572.65

52,098.17
5,865.19

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21,474.48
73,572.65

57,963.36

SECRETARY OF THE STATE BANKING BOARD

D ISPO SITION OP COLLECTIONS

COLLECTIONS

«
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X XXIV

VERDI GRE
Receiver took possession February 18, 1903

REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE RANK OF VERDIG RE
In the hands of the Receiver, for the quarter ending Septemoer 30, 1906
H A R R Y A . (JHENEY, R e c e i v e r , V e rd ig re , N e b r.

|

Assets at date of suspension, viz :
Bills receivable
..............
...........................................
Other assets...
.
......................
Total assets at date of suspension
Additional assets coming into possession of receiver since suspension
......
Premium, interest, rent, etc., received since suspension
Total assets at this date
DISPOSITION OF ASSE TS
Amount collected by receiver to date:
From bills receivable
....
................
From other assets on hand at date of suspension
From other assets acquired since suspension
Fr^m premium, interest, rent, etc.
.......
Total amount collected by receiver
Offsets allowed and settled on bills receivable............................................
On additional assets acquired since suspension .........................................
On other assets
Losses on promissory notes and other assets compounded or sold y or­
der of court:

TO TAL

GOOD

DOUBTFUL

Worthless

16,268.58
9., 530.61
25,799.19
4.00
754.64
26,557.83

2,067.07
9,505.61
11,572.68
4.00
754.64
12,331.32

9,527.95
25.00
9,552.95

4,673.56

9,552.95

4,673.56

9,590.89
8,737.65

2,181.14
8,737.65

6,879.45

530.30

754.64
19,083.18
311.84
4.00
182.38

754.64
11,673.43
91.43
4.00
182.38

6,879.45
220.41

530.30

545.00

545.00

6,365.85
65.58

2,292.59
25.00

4,073.26

40.58

26,557.83

12,536.82

9,417.45

4,603.56

4,673.56

Assets on hand at date of this report:
Other assets acquired since suspension.......................................................
Total
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A SSETS

BANK OF VERDIGRE
COLLECTIONS

Total collections

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

•

DISPOSITION OF COLLECTIONS

11,673.43 Loans paid, and other disbursements
6,879.45 Dividends paid by receiver, 75 per cent
530.30 Legal expenses paid
Receiver's salary paid to date....
All other expenses
Balance in hands of receiver as per statement of re­
ceipts and disbursements

103.62
16,461.04
510.65
600.00
133.75

Disbursements and balances

19,083.18

19,083.18

1,274.12

L IA B IL IT IE S
AT D AT E OF S U SP E N SIO N

Individual deposits...............................................
Public deposits
Certificates of deposit ........................................
Due to national, state and private banks and
bankers ...........................................................
Rediscounted paper, and other contingent liaUnpaid drafts outstanding
Sundry account
Total

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

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

22,873.47

Total claims proved

$ 5,316.30
513.97
17,043.20
22,873.47
57316.30
231.08
5,547.38

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A T D AT E OF REPORT

$15,063.28 Claims, proved, for liabilities, shown by the books
Claims in dispute
882.96 Liabilities not proved, as shown by the books
Liabilities canceled by offset and otherwise
463.25 Contingent liabilities discharged'
Total as per contra
Claims proved as above
6,463.98 Claims established not on the books

SECRETARY OF TH E STA TE BAN KIN G BOARD

Amount collected by receiver:
From good assets
From doubtful assets •


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STATEMENTS
Showing the condition of the 584 Incorporated, Private and Savings
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2

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Abie

The Abie State Bank
Charter No. 804.

F J. R o b ....
Mat J. Pavel

(Incorporated.)

. . — President I J. L. S vobod a......................................... Cashier
Vice-President I J, W . Svoboda..................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12,1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts.......................$ 23,836.55
Overdrafts,secured and unse-'
c u re d ................................................
323.91
Stocks, secur ties, judgments,
claims, e t c ...............................................
Other assets........................... ...
Banking house furniture and fix, t u r e s ..............................
1,353.86
Other real e sta te ..............................................
Current expenses and taxes paid " ' 28L45
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s................ ...............................'
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers............
13,896.79
Checks and items of exchan ge..
122.00
Cash......................................................
2.021.48

5 003.00
Capital stock paid in ...................... $
Surplus fu n d ......................................
600.00
Undivided profits................. .........
466 30
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c n e c k .............................................
19.033.99
Demand certificates of deposit..
3.690,00
Time certificates of deposit.......
13,045.75
Certified check s........................................... .......
Cashier's checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks..... ..................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable.................................... .

TotaJ............................................. 8 41,836.04

Adams

T o t a l ........................................ 41,836.04

The State Bank of Adams
Charter No. 1.

L. B. H o w e y___
W . McKibbin

.........President
Vice-President

J.

(Incorporated)
F. B. Draper.............................................Cashier
....... ................... ..................... Assistant Cashier

ST A TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... f 145,012.22
Overdrafts, secured and unse-^
cured.................................................
1,116.10
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
66.24
Bonds.............................................
Other assets....................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ..................................................
3,381.47
Other real e sta te .........................
Current expenses and taxes paid
"91507
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities..................
Cash it e m s .........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
39,128,14
Checks and items of exchange..
422 19
ash.................................................
4,644.14

Capital stock paid in ..................... * 26 000 00
Surplus fund......................................'
2,500.00
Undivided profits.............................
2 ,391.02
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subj ect to
c h e c k ................................................ 116,752.96
Demand certificates of deposit I
Time certificates of deposit....... f o.i.ui i.yo
Certified ch eck s..............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks................................ . . . .
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

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. $ 194,685.«

Total

I 194,685.97

SECRETARY OF TH E STATE BAN KIN G BOARD

Ainsworth

.

3

The Bank of Ainsworth
Charter N o. 2.

(Incorporated).

R. S. Rising’ ......................................... President | C. A. B a rn e s........................................... Cashier
J. M. H a n n a .............................Vice-President 1
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 101.631.28
O verdafts. secured and unse­
cured.................................................
2,491.38
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Tax sale certificates.......................
1,218.39
Village and school dist. warrants
382.10
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
9,000.00
O her real e sta te . . , ............................................
Current expenses and taxes pa d ........ .......
Preu.mm on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s................... .....................
104.72
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers ...........
27,284.43
Cash......................................................
11,264.45

Capital stock paid in .....................$ 35,000.00
Surplus fund.....................................
10.000.00
Undivided profits, n e t....................
3,231.00
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
72,734.54
ch eck................................................
Certificates of deposit...................
35.355.00
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
36.21
Due to national banks......................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers...................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable.......................................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 156,356. <5

Ainsworth

T o ta l......................................... « 156.356,75

The Citizens State Bank
Charter No. 761.

(Incorporated)

J. A. Reichenbach ...........................President 1 Geo. B. C am pbell.................................. Cashier
F. Jouvenat.............................. Vice-Psesident |
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts..........., ......... $ 59,879.78
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,544.89
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
2,200.00
Other real esta te ...............................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
202.10
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash items ............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
10,478.64
Checks and items of exchange..
1.546.10
Cash......................................................
2,472.50

Capital stock paid...........................$ 18,000.00
1,740.00
Surplus fund.............................. ..
-Undivided profits.............................
962.25
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
33.277.22
Demand certificates of deposit..
3.605.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
20,739.54
Certified c h e c k s....... ...........................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills p ay ab le..........................................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 78,324,01


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

T otal..........................................$ 78,324.01

4

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Alexandria

The State Bank of Alexandria
Charter No. 4.

M. S. K n o x ........................................... President
P. A Jacques, J r....................Vice-President

(Incorporated)
I C. W . R oss...............................................Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... i 61.808.5rf
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
889.70
cured................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claim s.etc............................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix-...................
tures.......................................................................
Other real e s t a t e ...............................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,197.77
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s...............................................................
Checks and items of exchange........................
Total cash on hand and due from
b anks...............................................
20.189,08

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund....................................
2.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
3.270.86
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
52.654 48
ch eck................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
450.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
18.709.79
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding..........................
Due to national b a n k s........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers................ .......................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills pay ab le..................................... ' .................

T o ta l.......................................... $ 87.085.13

T o t a l.........................................8 87.085.13

Allen

The Allen State Bank
Charter No 3.

D. T. Gilman....................................... President
W . S. Gilman ......................... Vice-President

(Incorporated)
1 V. W . M cD onald.................................. Cashier
W . P. Filley....................... Assistant Cashier

ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts......................$ 116,519.92
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
1,940.32
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .............................. ...........................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures...................................................
5,000,00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
836.35
Premium on U. S. and otherbonds and securities........................................
Cash ite m s.........................................
76.41
Dues from nat’l, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
14.440.53
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
4,776.68

T otal.......................................... i? 143.590.21


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

LIA B ILITIE S
Capital stock paid in......... ........... 8 15.000.00
Surplus fund— ..............................
3,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
5.313.21
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck..................... ...........................
50.463.85
Demand certificates of deposit..
3,862.97
Time certificates of deposit.......
64.694.07
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding..........................
Dne to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
1.256.11
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l.........................................$ 143.590.21

5

SECRETARY OF TH E STATE BAN KIN G BOARD

The Bank of Alma

Alma

Charter No. 7.

(Incorporated)

A. C. Shallenberger......................... President I A. A . Billings........................................Cashier
T. L. P orter.............................. Vice-President I M. C. Shallenberger..........Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 13, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts......................$ 161,897.24
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ............................ ................
2.296.06
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Other a ssets.................................................. ........
Banking house furniture and

Capital stock paid i n ....................$ 30.000.00
Surplus fund.....................................
3.500.00
Undivided profits...........................
8.475.02
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
Check..............................................
106.569.98
Demand certificates of deposit.
15.428.36
Time certificates of deposit—
65,124.33

Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
4.184.60
Premium on U. S and other

Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks

Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers............................
Checks and items of exchange
Total cash on hand and due ....... . —
from banks....................................
53,719.84

Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l........................................ $ 229.097.74

Alma

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

229.097.74

The Harlan County Bank
Charter No. 567. (Incorporated)

William G a slin .................................. President I William Everson........................ ............Cashier
I. H. Everson........................... Vice-President I ..................................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts......................$
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .............................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, etc . .................................
Bonds..................................................
Other a s s e ts ....................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................
Other real e sta te ...........................
Current expenses and taxes
paid.................................................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities................
Cash it e m s ........................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers —
Checks and items of exchange.
Total cash on hand and due
from banks....................................
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

87.509.87
1,160.20

1.00

1.738.66

Capital stock paid in..............
$
10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................... 16,000.00
Undivided profits...........................
4.385.16
Dividends u n pa id .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ..............................................
83.858.11
Demand certificates of deposit
3.271.00
Time certificates of deposit—
................
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding........................
Due to national banks....... : —
................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers................*................................ —
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable............................................................

27.104.54
$117,514.27

Total

$

117.514.27

6

FIFTE E N TH A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

Alvo

The Farmers and Merchants Bank
Charter No. 602.

(Incorporated)

G. P Forem an..........................President I S. C. Boyies....................................................... Cashier
C. R. Jordan.......... ................ Vice-Pres dent ! W . O. Boyies....................... Assistant Cashier
S T A T E M E N T NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts......................|
41,687.19
Overdrafts secured and unse-...
cured...............................................
1.553-43
Stocks, seeuritits. judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets..... ......................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
2.500.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid...................................................
1.119.91
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s...............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
37.346.56
Checks and items of exchange............, ........
Currency...........................................
1.843.00
Gold and silver.................................
310.41
T otal........................................|

Amherst

Capital stock paid in ....................$
7.500.00
Surplus fund....................................
800.00
Undivided profits...........................
2,415.79
D vidends unpaid..-.............................................
Individual deposits subject to
check...............................................
40.601.08
Demand certificates of deposit.
8.198.84
Time certificates of deposit___
26.844.79
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstand n g..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and banke s ........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable...........................................................

86,360.50

The Farm ers’ State Bank
Charter No. 730. (Incorporated)

A. U. Dann........................................... President I A. T. Reynolds.......................................Cashier
R. L. H a r t ............................. ....V ice-P residen t I Elma Hanneman............... Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts.............. 58.694.10
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured...............................................
165.84
Stocks, securities judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking nouse furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
2,00 000
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses an<i
taxes
paid...................................................
641.82
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash item s.............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
12,159.80
Checks and items of exch an ge..
412.70
Cash...................................................
4,566.39
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.1 78,640.65

Capital stock paid in ....................$
10.000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Uudivided profits...........................
3,400.87
Dividends unp aid.................................................
Individual doposits subject to
c h eck ...................................................
43.573.29
Demand certificates of deposit.
2.570.49
Time certificates of
deposit_
19,036.00
Certified ch eck s.............................. ................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable....................................

Total

'8,640.65

SECRETARY OE THE STATE BANKING BOARD

Angus

7

The Bank of Angus
Charter No 892

(Incorporated)

Percy Baird.............................................President I G. W . E w ing........... .......................... .Cashier
M. I. A itken.................................. Vice-President | ............................................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts......................$
11,676.19
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured...............................................
73.24
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................

Capital stock paid in ....................$
5,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits...........................
985.25
Dividends u n p a id ................................... ..............
Individual deposits subject to
•ch eck....... ......................................
15.604.13
Demand certificates ofdeposit.
125.00
Time certificates of deposit__
1.537.58
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks,outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.............. ........................... .............
Notes and bills re-discounted........................
Bills payable....... . — .................................■•••

Bonds............................................... —

Other assets............ f ............................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................
590.00
Other real e sta te...........................
100.00
Current expenses and taxes oaid
929.89
Premiums on U . S. and other
bonds and securities.................
Cash item s............ ...........................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers . — ,.
7.917.79
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Cash.................................................... '
2.054 85
T o t a l........................................$

23.251.96

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

23,251.96

The Anselmo State Bank

Anselmo

Charter No. 729.

(Incorporated)
•

I J. J. T ooleÿ............

Prank H. Y o u n g .......
David C h r iste n ..... . .

1 N. L. T ooley...........
STA TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................I
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured .......................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, ect ................ .................
Bonds.................................................
Other assets
.............
—
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................
Other real e s t a t e ................ .
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U . S. and other
bonds and securities..................
Cash it e m s ............ .......................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers.. . .
Checks and items of exchange.
Cash....................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$

32,013.30
196.57

1.673.35

36 70

Capital stock paid in ....................$
5.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
l.OOO.O'O
Undivided profits, n e t....................
1,578.33
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check .........................................
57.037.95
Demand certificates of deposit.
5,047 43
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified c h e c k s....... ........... ...............................
Cashier's checks outstanding,........................
Due to national banks....... ................................
Due to state and private banks ................
and bankers......... ...............................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p a y a b le .............. ...........................................

31,383.46
21.25
4,339.08

69,663.71

Total

69,663.71

8

FIFTE EN TH AN N U AL REPORT OF THE

Ansley

The Farm ers’ State Bank
Charter N o. 814.

(Incorporated)

W alter E Ne w com b......................... President |Geo. E. Richtmyer............................... Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Lorns and discounts....................... $ 12.808.26
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured
..........................................
377.53
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds....................................................
...*.
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures....... '..........................................
2,100.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Currentexpenses and taxes paid
960.36
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s ................ .............................................
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers............
10,134.89
Checks and items of exchange..
112.95
Cash......................................................
2,525.85

7,500.00
Capital stock paid in ..................... £
Surplus fu n d ..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
2,332.29
Dividends anpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
17.049.59
Demand certificates of deposit..
93.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
2.044.96
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks. . : ...................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted___
Bills pay ab le......................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 29,019.84

Arapahoe

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

29,019.84

The Arapahoe State Bank
Charter No. <545.

Samuel Patterson___
Thomas M. Patterson

(Incorporated)

.........President I Chas. A. Patterson............................Cashier
Vice-President I ............................................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12. 1906

RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts... ................ $ 188,843.91
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
3,420.89
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e tc ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .....................................................
5,500.00
Other real e sta te ..... ...........................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,432.38
Cash item s.........................................
1.338.58
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers..............
17,820.65
Checks and items of exchange..
1,566,00
S p ecie......................................................
6,780.24
Lawful paper m oney..........................
9,025.00

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I 235,727.65

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 20,000 00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
1 500.00
Undivided profits.............................
2.998.89
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
117.298.34
Demand certificates of deposit..
29,889.67
Time certificates of deposit.........
51.136.92
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding___
2,900.08
Due to national banks....................
3.75
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted ........................
Bills p ay ab le ......................................
10,000 00

T o t a l......................................... $ 235,727.65

9

SECRETARY OF TH E STA TE BAN KIN G BOARD

Arapahoe

Arapahoe Citizens State Bank
Charter No. 896.

(Incorporated)

E. S. K irtland......................................... President I W . H, Banwell, J r ............................. Cashier
R. S. Hendricks...........................Vice-President I .'............................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... S 41,988.20
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
9.23
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Ronds........................................................................
Other assets.......................................................... .
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
1.500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,126.54
Premiums on U S. and other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Due from national, and private
banks and bankers.......................
14,333.44
Checks and items of exchange......................
Currency.............................................
3.362.00
Gold and silver..................................
849.30
T o t a l......................................... I

Arcadia

63,168.71

Capital stock paid in......................| 15,000.00
Surplus fund..................................... ■. .................
Undivided profits..................................
2,011.38
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposit subject to
ch e c k ................................................
28.257.38
Demand certificates of deposit.
10.774.95
Time certificates of deposit.... .
7,125.00
Certified c h e c k s .............................. ................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

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

63,168.71

The State Bank of Arcadia
Charter No. 11.

(Incorporated)

Chas. N ic o la i........................................ President I G. H. K in se y.......................................... Cashier
R. J. K insey.................................. Vice-President I H. S. K in sey...................... Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NONEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts..................... I 152,382.74
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured...............................................
2,619.40
Stocks, securities, judgments,
ments, claims, e t c ............................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures........................................•___
4,000.00
Other real e sta te.................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Cash item s........................................
321.97
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
7,465.10
Checks and items of exchange......................
Currency....................................
6,491.00
Gold and silver................................
2,460.50

Capital stock paid in ...................... I 25,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1,000.00
Undivided profits (n e t).................
2,494.04
Dividends unpaid ..........................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
81,533.76
Demand certificates of deposit..
60.120.15
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks....................
529.17
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
63.59
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable......................................
5,000.00

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

175,740.71

Total

.$ 175.740.71

10

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Archer

Citizens State Bank
Charter No. 912.

(Incorporated)

William O’C onnor................................ Cashier
G. H. G ra y.............................................. President
F. E. Slusser.............................. Vice-President I
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1900
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... 1 11.733.06
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
-33
cured ................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, etc .........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
t u r e s ................................................
1.350.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
617.62
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.................. ..................... 4.....................
Due from national, state and pri­
5.242.78
vate banks and b an k ers............
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
2.776.17
Total ........................................ *

Arlington

21,719.96

Capital stock paid in ..................... €
5,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
462.47
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
11,780.74
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
2.616.75
Time certificates of deposit.......
1.860.00
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

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

21,719.96

The Arlington State Bank
Charter No. 12,

T. E. S t e v e n s ............................... ..President
Thus. Finnell............................... Vice-President

(Incorporated)
I H. W . S Jh.iettger... .......................... Cashfe-

ST A T E M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1006
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 216.345.72
overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..... . . .......................................
3.444.87
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ......................................
5,374.00
Ponds.................................................... ................
Other assets ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
4,200.00
Other real estate ........................ .
3,000.00
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities...
.............................
Cash item s......................................... ................
Due from national, state.and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
28,351.13
Checks and items of exchange..
92.37
Currency.........................'•................. ’ 2,304.00
S p e cie .................................................
2,931,90

Capital stock paid in......................$ 20.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
5,000.00
Undivided profits less expenses
and taxes paid...............................
3,666,23
Dividends unpaid...............................................
Individual deposiis subject to
c h e c k .........................................
114,045.11
Demand certificates of deposit..
1.187.00
Time certificates of deposit....... 122,145.65
Certified checks................- .................................
Cashier’s checks'outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted............... ..........
Bills payable..........................................................

Tfltal ..........................................$ 266,043.99

T o t a l......................................... 8 266,043.99


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11

SECRETARY OF TH E STATE B AN KIN G BOARD

The Farmers State Bank

Arnold

Charter No. 846. (Incorporated)
Guy Dana.............................................President
......................................................Vice-President

John R. B o n son .................................... Cashier
D. S. Bohrer....................... Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, -1906.
LIABILITIES

' RESOURCES
Loans and discounts.................... I
19,915.20
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
56.01
cured ..............................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
................
claims, e t c ..................... ..............
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and
fixtures...........................................
1,500.00
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
752.40
Premium on time certificates.
8.00
Cash item s........................................
4.75
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
5,271.54
Checks and items of exchange.
219.86
C a sh ....................................................
3,017.14

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

Ashland

30.744.90

Capital stock paid i n ....................$
5,000.00
................ '
Surplus fu n d ....................................
Undivided profits...........................
1,579.22
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ...............................................
21,891.43
Demand certificates of deposit.
386.00
Time certificates of deposit___
400.00
Certified checks................................................ ».«
Cashier’s cheeks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
1,488.25
Bills payable..........................................................

30,744.90

T o ta l,

The Farmers and Merchants Bank
Charter No. 782. (Incorporated)

H. A. W iggenhorn...........................President
W . A. Harnsberger............ Vice-President

E. C. W iggenhorn................................ Cashier
E. A. Wiggenhorn Jr___ Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts......................I 496,840.94
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .............................................
3,772.35
Stocks, securities, judgments, ................
claims, e t c ................ .........................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..........................
10,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes ................
paid........................................................................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash it e m s .............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks andbankers—
66,429.63
Checks and items of exchange.
62.02
S p e c ie ..........................
6,178.90
Currency.............................................
6,111,00

75,000.00
Capital stock paid in ....................I
Surplus fund.................
15,000.00
Undivided profits........
13,513.51
Dividends unpaid .................. ...........................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ............................
176.400.24
Demand certificates of deposit
10.034.94
Time certificates of deposit—
290,862.88
Certified c h e c k s ..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.. ..................
Due to national banks......................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers................
8,583.27
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable................................................... ........

Total,.........................................$ 589,394.84


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Total

.$

589,394.84

12

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Ashton

The Bank of Ashton
Charter No. 15.

(Incorporated)

.........President I I. M. Polski............................................... Cashier
Vice-President | S. S. Polski....................... Assistant Cashier

I. M. Polski.
S. S. Polski

ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 45.308.37
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu red .....................................
444.02
Stocks, securities, judgments. claim s.etc............................................................
Bonds................................... v.................................
Other a ssets....................................... ................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.. t..... .........................................
1.40O.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes pa:d
1.823.92
Premium on U. s. and other
bonds and secu rities...
......... ................
Cash item s...............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate bankers..................................
9.409.09
Checks and items of exchan ge...
507.00
Cash......................................................
5.517.17

Capital stock paid in ..................... § 10,010.(0
u pius fund
.............................
3.000.tb
Undivided profits.............................
4,545.40
Div dends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check ................................................
30,561 34
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
1.666.00
14.686.83
Time cei tificates of deposit......
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national b a n k s ........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.............. 1...................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

Total

I

Atlanta

64.459.57

Total

$

64.459.57

The Atlanta State Bank
Charter No 717. (Incorporated)

L. J. T itus....................................... ..President I M. A. Fulk................................................. Cashier
W . B. Fulk.................................Vice-President | ............................................ . Ass stant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
L IABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts......................$ 43,816.52
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu re d ........................................i ___
720.57
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ...................................................
450.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,202.26
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash ite m s .........................................
.06
Dues from nat’l, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
18.301.31
Checks and items of exchange......................
Currency.'...........................................
1,244.00
C o in ......................................................
1.396.47
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 67.131.19

5.000.00
Capital stock paid in ..................... §
Surplus fund.......................................
700.00
Undivided profits.............................
2.958.41
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
30.458.52
ch eck................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
28,014.26
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified checks.............. .................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Dne to national-banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

Total

S 67,131.19

SECRETARY OF TH E STATE BAN KIN G BOARD

Auburn

13

The Nemaha County Bank
Charter N o. 638.

A. M. Engles....................................... President
Eread La.npe, S r .....................Vice-President

(Incorporated).
I G. E. Codington .................................. Cashier
1 V. W . Dundas....................Assistant Cashier

S T A TEMENT. NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 112.810.16
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
66.52
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c . . . .....................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets .........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures..... ............................ .............
6,500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
713.54
Preiuinm on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.................................... , .
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers ...........
74,931.83
Checks and items of exchange..
576.94
Cash......................................................
14,303.60

Capital stock paid i n ..... ............... $ 20,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
6.000.00
1,641.86
Undivided profits, ...........................
Dividends unpaid..............................
150.00
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................ 100,559.79
Demand Certificates of d eposit..
65,102.32
50.00
Certified c h e c k s .............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding. . ..
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
16,398.62
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable.........................................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 209,902.59

T o ta l......................................... * 209.902.59

Auburn

The German-American Bank
Charter No. 903.

Peter Berlet........................................President
C: E. Ord.............. ..................... Vice-President

(Incorporated)
I J. M. W r ig h t........................................... Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 60,092.74
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
.75
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
6.644.13
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
915.99
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash items ............................................................
pue from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
15,946.97
Checks and items of exchange..
288.81
Cash......................................................
4,416.73.

Capital stock paid...........................$ 25,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
2,162.11
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ................................................
35,798.58
Demand certificates of deposit..
25,279.75
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers................ ...................
65.68
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable .%................................................ ......

T o t a l..........................................$ 88,306.12


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

T otal..........................................| 88,306.12

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FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

The Aurora State Bank

Aurora

Charter No. 17.

(Incorporated)
W . C. K e c k ...........
C. S. Hull.............. ............ Assistant Cashier

A. G. P eterson..
F. H o e fe r...........

ST A TE M E N T NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts..................... I 187.037.26
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured...............................................
1,336.23
Stocks, securities judgments,
claims, e t c ...................................................
Bonds..................................................
4,000.00
Other assets.................. .........................................
Banking nouse furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
22.963.82
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes
6,324.08
paid.......... ........................................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash item s........................................
576.70
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
24,282.73
Checks and items of exchange..
1,418.65
Currency...........................................
5,077.00
S p e cie .......................
4,021.86

Capital stock paid in ....................$ 1 75,000.00
5.850.00
Surplus fund.................
Undivided profits.......
36.162.78
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck............................................. .. 80.101.91
Demand certificates of deposit. 13.833.80
Time certificates of
deposit—
45,489.84
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable.................................. ...................... .

................................. 1257,038.33

T o ta l....................................... $ 257,038.33

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

The Bank of Avoca

Avoca

Charter No. 494. (Incorporated)
Geo. Rowland............
V. W . Straub..............
Henry W o h le r s........... .............Vice-President | H. G. Wellensiek — .. .. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12, 1906
LIABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts.................... . $
39,815 61
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ....... ’......................................
770.83
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
3.000.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid...................................................
413.46
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.........................................
66.90
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
53.684.31
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Cash.................................
4.095.80
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I

101,846.91

Capital stock paid in ................... $
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided profits...........................

10.000.00
2,500.00
429.28

Individual deposits subject to
cneck....................... .......................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit___

58,431.29
5.437.35
24.827.80

Cashier's checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable....................................

Total

,$

221.19

101,846.91

SECRETARY OF THE STATE BAN KIN G BOARD

Axtcll

15

The Bank of Axtell
Charter No. 21

(Incorporated.)

S. C. S tew art........... ........................ President | S. L. S te w a r t........................................... Cashier
J. M. S tew art...........................Vice-President |Max S te w a r t........................ Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12, 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts.......................$ 108.090.79
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
615.18
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bondt........................................................................
Other assets....... ..............................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
4,000.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.236.18
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....... ................................
Cash ite m s...........................................
168.49
Due from national, state and pri­
50,412.10
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exchange..
1.930.19
Cash......................................................
6.995.37
Total

173,448.30

Bancroft

Capital stock paid in ...................... $ 12.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2.400 00
Undivided profits ...........................
1,646.08
Individual deposits subject to
44,381.06
check...................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
80.400.60
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.......................................
32,620.56
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

$ 173.448.30

Total

The Citizens Bank of Bancroft
Charter No. 23.

(Incorporated)

W m . W a r d . . . ..................................President |E. T. R ic e ...................................................Cashier
J. E . Blenkiron..................... Vice-President |G. Arthur Bailey............................Asst. Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 149.224:01
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
958.72
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets.............................. ............................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
6,000.00
Other real e sta te ................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
788.69
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
35,033.10
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash..............................................................4.376.30

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

i

196.380.85

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 30,000.00
Surplus f u n d ......................................
18,000.00
1.972.69
Undivided profits..................................
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ................................................
94.973.48
Demand certificates of deposit..
3.055.50
Time certificates of deposit....... . ' 43.189 15
Certified checks ...................................
5,190.00
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable...................................

Total

* 196.380.82

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F IFTE E N TH AN N U AE REPORT OF TH E

Bancroft

The Bancroft Bank
i

Charter No. 22.

(Private)
.....................Cashier
Assistant Cashier

J. E. Turner................................ ........ President I A . G. Zuhlke.
Vice-President I ..
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906.

L IAB ILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 131,453.42
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu red ................................................
612.10
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fixtures..................................................
2,000.00
Other real e sta te .............................
10.000.DO
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,438.40
Premiums on U . S. and other
bonds and securities....................................
Cash item s.................................... .........................
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers.............
26,544.84
Checks and items o f exchange.. .
Cash.....................................................
4,721.13
T o t a l..........................................$ 177.769.89

Barada

Capital stock paid in ................... $
30.000.00
Surplus fund....................................
1 840.00
Undivided profits...........................
8,528.36
Special deposits...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck..................................................
84,021.44
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit___
27.026.09 .
Certified checks.................................
26,354.00
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..
Bills payable....................................
Suspense a c c t ..................................

T o ta l..................................... : $ 177,769 89

The BarRda State Bank
Charter No. 924.

(Incorporated)

J. H . Morehead.................................... President I E. E. B olejack ....................................Cashier
Henry Gerdes...........................Vice-President | L .<H . Morehead.............. Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................$
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ......................... .....................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, ect ....... ...........................
Bonds..................................................
Interest paid....................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ......... ......... ............................
Other real estate ...........................
Current expenses and taxes paid
Cash it e m s ........................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers —
Checks and items of exch an ge..
Cash..................................... .................

Total


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L IA B ILITIE S
14,889.05
9.77

2.172.00
"651.37
7.598.38
99.84
2.493.09

$ 27.913.50

Capital stock paid in....................I
6.500.00
Surplus fund__ ’. ...................................................
Undivided Profits .........................
659 98
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ........... i ...........................
14,819.93
Demand certificates of deposit.
5,853.59
Time certificates of deposit__
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding........................
Due to national banks....... ................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

Total

S 27.913 60

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SECRETARY OF THE STA TE BANKING BOARD

Barneston

The Bank of Barneston
Charter No, 24. (Incorporated)

J. A. S p e n c e r........................................President I A . D. Spencer......................................... Cashier
C. L. Spencer............................ Vice-President |E, G. S p e n c e r ......................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... f 18.579.68
Overdrafts, secured and unse>
cured.................................................
412.53
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ................... .............. .........................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1,420.00
Other real e sta te.................................................
Current expensesand taxes paid
466.70
Cash it e m s .............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers..........
13.327,00
Checks and items of exchan ge......................
Cash ....................................................
3,303.07

Capital stock paid in .......................$
5.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
250.00
Undivided profits....... ....................
644.23
Dividends unpaid ................ ...............................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck .........................
23,716.35
Demand certificates of deposit .
262.34
7.636.66
Time certificates of deposit........
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks......... ..............................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers......................... t ____
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 37,509.53

T o t a l.........................................$ 37.509.58

Barneston

The Commercial State Bank
Charter No. 723. (Incorporated)

J. M. H o w e ......................................... President | Henry M onfelt.......................................Cashier
Ray Howe .............................. Vice-President | S. M onfelt...........................Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 16,041.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
244.18
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds......................................... ...............................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture & fixtures
3,000.00
Other real estate — ..........................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2.819.75
Cash item s»............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
14,239.09
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
5,467.02

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 41,811.04

Capital stock paid in ....................... f 10,000.00
Surplus f u n d ..........................................................
Undivided profits.................................
2.966.15
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
20.014.89
Demand certificates of deposits.
8,810.00
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified checks...................................................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payab le ......................................

Total

I

41,811.04

18

FIFTE EN TH A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Bartlett State Bank

Bartlett

Charter No. 898.

(Incorporated )

A . L. Bishop ....................................President |G. L, B ish op ................................... ............. Cashier
Willis M cBride.......................Vice-President I ..................................................... Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES
9.889.81
Loans and discounts....................... $
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured............................... ................
12 10
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ...............................................
1.210.79
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
148.41
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities Int paid
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers ...........
1.915.47
Checks and items of exchange..
112.78
Cash................... .
......................
1.416.96

LIA B ILITIE S
5,000.00
Capital stock paid i n .....................$
Surplus fund___' ...............................
300.00
Undivided profits.............................
490.86
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
6,928.52
Demand Certificates of deposit..
103.00
Time certificates of deposit.........
1.883.94
Certified c h e c k s..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 14.706.32
T o ta l......................................... $

Bartley

14,706.32

The Sta.te Bank of Bartley
Charter No. 479.

(Incorporated)

J E. Hathorn ...............................President I F . G. Stilgebour ........................................ Cashier
E.
E. Smith .................. Vice-President I ........................... ............................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 73.107.40
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
333.49
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ............................. ■..........................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
2,300.00
Other real e sta te .............................
Current expenses
andtaxes paid
52.90
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash items ....................................
1-35
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
26.568 73
Checks and items of exchange.
»7.00
Currency.............................. ..............
3.610.00
S p e c ie .................................
867.95
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 106.848.82

Capital stock paid...........................$ 10.000.00
Surplus fund.....................................
2,500.00
Undivided profits.............................
626.07
Dividends unpaid......... .........................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
66.293,92
Demand certificates of deposit..
3,472.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
23.956.83
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted —
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

Total

$ 106.848.82

19

SECRETARY OP THE STATE BANKING BOARD

Bassett

The State Bank of Bassett
Charter No. 26

(Incorporated)

J. D. Brayton............................ ............ President I H. E. A rtu s..............................................Cashier
E. L. Bray ton............................. Vice-President | ..................................... ...........Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts ......................S 42,397.41
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
3,320.42
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ........... , .......... ■.............
Bonds....... ............................................
Other a s s e ts ......................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
2,116.63
Other real esta te.................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.133.44
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
Cash item s........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers..............
43,622.31
Checks and items of exchange .
845.26
Cash.......................................................
1,851.65

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund....................
2,500.00
4,613.38
Undivided profits...........
Dividends unpaid........................... •......................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k .................................
51.032.96
Demand certificates of dep osit..
5,576.56
Time certificates of d ep osit...
. 21,564.22
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state, and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and’bills re-discounted___
Biils payable.................. : ................

T otal.......................................... I

Bassett

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

95,287.12

95.287.13

The Commercial Bank
Charter No. 701.

(Incorporated)

G. A. Hillburg....................................... President I A. O. S m ith ................ ........................... Cashier
M, J. Lipman.............. ............. .Vice-President | ...... ........................................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans aud discounts....................... $ 26.925.60
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured............................. ■..................
211 58
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds ......................................................................
Other assets
............ ..........................................
Banking house, furni; ure and fix­
tures .................................................
1.661.64
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.332.76
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s ..,........... ........................
53.17
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and hankers.
10,485.80
Checks and items of exchange..
310.23
Cash item s..............................
5,422.47

Capital stock paid in ............................. 5,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1,000.00
Undivided profits..............................
3,619.91
Dividends unpaid................................................. .
Individval deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
26,657.88
Demand certificates of deposit..
110.00
Time certificates of deposit.........
10,015.46
Certified checks................................................. .
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks...........>......................... >
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable................ ................. ...

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$ 46 403.25

Total

$

46,403.25

20

FIF T E E N T H A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

Battle Creek

The Battle Creek Valley Bank
Charter No. 27

Herman H o g re fe ................................. President
F. H. L, W illis ...........................Vice-President

(Incorporated)
J. R. Witzigman ................................. Cashier
G. C. Benning....................Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12, 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 137,613.22
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ............ ....................................
295.68
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
6,200.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,043.89
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and, securities................ .......................
Cash items — ......................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
26.421.58
Checks and items of exchange..
44.95
C a s h ...............................
6,962.93
T o ta l.......................................... $ 179,582.25

Battle Creek

40.000.

00

10.000.

00

4,191.00
53.429.40
4,5.18.63
67.423.22

T o ta l..........................................$ 179.582,25

The Citizens State Bank
Charter No. 606.

C. E. Burnham.
Geo. Heuerman

Capital stock paid in ...................... $
Surplus fund......................................
Undivided profits ...........................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified checks..............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks...................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

(Incorporated)

...............President I Harry Barnes..
__ Vice-President I T. L. W hite . . . .

....................Cashier
Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 65.388.75
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,31368
Stocks, -securities, judgments,
claims e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
470.00
Other real esta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
717.45
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.................... ................
Cash item s........................................;
119.31
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
7,988.03
Checks and items of exchange..
2,297.34
C u rrency............................................
3,978.00
S p e c ie ................................................
1.616.93

Capital stock paid in....................... I 10,000.00
Surplus f u n d ......................................
3,000.00
Undivided p rofits.............................
2,700.46
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ................................................
40,428.94
Demand certificates ofdeposit..
4,480.70
Time certificates of deposit.........
23.279.39
Certified c h e c k s ..... ............................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national b an k s........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers .......................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

83,889,49

83,889.49

21

SECRETARY OF TH E STATE BAN KIN G BOARD

Bayard

The Bank of Bayard
Charter No. 28.

(Incorporated)
1 F. E. Stearns.............
1 .......................................

W . W . V an atta.........
R. F. Durnal................

ST ATEM EN T ,'N O VEM BER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 40.184.94
overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ....................................................................
Stocks, securi ies, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Otner assets............................................................

5,000.00
Capital stock paid in....................... $
Surp us fund.....................................
1,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
3.306.39
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
24.725.30
Demand certificates of deposit..
28.00
Time certificates of deposit.........
18,587.45
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................... ........
Notes and bills re-discounted.......
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

Banking douse furniture and flx-

tures ...............................................
1,832.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
947.46
Premium on U .S. andother bonds
and securities................. ...........
Cash ite m s............................. ............
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
6,688.58
Checks and items of exchange..
374.15
C a s h .....................................................
3.120.01
T O T A L .................................... S 52.647.14

Bazile Mills

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

52.647.14

The Bank of Bazile Mills
Charter No. 636.

(Incorporated)

Geo. A. Brooks.............................. ... President | W alter B ro w n ........................ ( ............Cashier
S . N. Saunders.........................Vice-President | ............... .................................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts..... ................,$ 36.139 98
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
132.11
Stocks, securities, judgments.
c aims, e t c ..........................................................
B o n d s...................... ..............................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
500 00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
140.45
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities................... ................
Cash item s.............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
11,876.18
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
1.729.43

Capital stock paid iu ..................... .$ 25,000.00
Surplus fund.................'*......................................
Undivided profits.............................
288.36
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
. c h e c k ................................................
9,547.89
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
15.681.90
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,| 50.518.15

Total

$ 50,518.15

22

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

'

Beatrice

The Union State Bank
Charter No, 652. (Incorporated)

Jacob K lein........................................... President f J. H. P e n n e r .................... ................ Cashier
A. H. K idd..................................Vice-President | G. Penner.............................Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES

Capital stock paid in ....................... S 30,000.00
Loans and discounts..................... .$ 185.501,13
Surplus fund......................................
4.000.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
Undivided profits.............................
6,949.06
cured...............................................
1,957.79
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
Individual deposits subject to
claims, e t c ......................................
5,681.00
c h e c k ..,.....................................
159,607.34
Bonds...................................................................—
Demand certificates of deposit .
1,115.56
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Time certificates of deposit.........
50,572,95
Banking house furniture and fix­
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
tures .................................................
8,941.01
Cashier’s checks outstanding—
530.52
Other real e sta te .................................................
Due to state and private banks
Current expenses and taxes paid
5,362.17
and bankers....................................
27.051.10
Premium on U. S. and other
Notes and bills re-discounted. . . . ................
bonds and securities........................ - ..............
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers............
58,642.18
Checks and items of exchange..
5,042.07
Cash.......................................................
8,699.18
T o ta l........................................ $ 279,826.53

T o t a l......................................... % 279,826.53

The First State Bank

Beaver City

Charter No. 515. (Incorporated)
T M. Davis.............................................President ! G . E. V. S m it h ....................... .............. Cashier
........................................................Vice-President | W . C. F. Lum ley................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts,..................... I 267.562.20
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
2,484.93 I
cured..................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, etc ..........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
6,600.00
Other real e sta te......................... .......................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,775.11
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................Cash it e m s ................-............................................
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers.............
36,759.66
Checks and items of exchan ge..
1.996.50
Cash.......................................................... 15.736.45
T o t a l......................................... $ 332,914.85


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L IAB ILITIES
Capital stock paid in ............ ...1 20,000.00
10.000.00
Surplus fu n d .....................................
Undivided profits.............................
5,555.75
Dividends unpaid ......... ............................ ..........
Individual deposits subject to
check ................................................ 190,031.98
Demand certificates of deposits.
39.413.48
Time certificates of deposit.......
67,912 38
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks....................
1.26
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable.......................................

T o t a l.............. ..........................f 332,914.85

SECRETARY OF THE STATE BANKING BOARD

Beaver City

23

The Bank of Beaver City
Charter No. 884. (Incorporated)

I. J. W ehrm an......................................President ] Bert Ram sey................................Bert Ramsey
Jos Turner................................. Vice-President I Allen Nickerson.................Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... 8 27.145.84
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured .................................................
70.99
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ......... ■................................................
Bonds....................... ................................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
971.59
Other real e sta te .................. .............. .......... .
Current expenses and taxes paid... 1,797.86
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities ....................................
Cash items .............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
5,071.97
vate banks and hankers............
Checks anditems of e xch an ge...
1.094.00
Cash ...................................................
1.477.74

T o ta l..........................................$ 37,629.99

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.................................
1,926.55
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
20,457.51
Demand certificates of deposit..
2,240.93
Time certificates of deposit.......
3.005.00
Certified checks................................................. .
Cashier's checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted........................ .
Bills payable............................................ ! ............

T o t a l , . . . .................................. $ 37.629.99

Beaver Crossing The State Bank of Beaver Crossing
Charter No. 23.

(Incorporated)

I. E South w ic k ................................. President ] M. W . W a r n e r ....................................... Cashier
W . O. South w ick...................... Vice-President |T. H. Dimery........................ Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loansand discounts................ , . . . $ 88.930.33
Overdraffs secured and unse­
cured ..................................................
927.64
Stocks, securities, judgments, ................
claims etc ..........................................................
B o n d s............................
1,500.00
Other a s s e ts .........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.....................................
5,300,00
Other real e sta te ............ ....................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,209.69
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
34.376.27
Checks and items of exchange..
1,534.72
C a s h .............. .................................
4,484.65

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 138.263.30

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 25,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
3,771.00
Undivided profits.............................
2,562.69
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ......................................
36.253.48
Demand certificates of deposit..
70,676.13
Time Certificates of d ep osit.......................

Total

$ 138,263.30

24

FIFTE EN TH AN N U AL REPORT OF TH E

Beaver Crossing The Citizens State Bank
Charter N o. 867.

(Incorporated)

W J. Organ.................. ........................ President I L. G. G ake........................ .— ............ Cashier
Henry G ake................................. Vice-President I ................... . . . ........ .............. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... I 38,723.77
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu re d ................................................
1.128.23
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds....................... ........................................ —
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
4.325 78
Other real e sta te ......................... .......................
Current exrtenses and taxes paid
1.327.11
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and b a n k e rs..........
15.533.19
Checks and items of exchange..
513.42
Cash........ .............................................
4,324,40

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 15.000.00
Surplus fu n d ..........................................................
Undivided profits............................
1.375.73
Dividends m paid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ......................... : .....................
16.361.68
Demand certificates of deposit..
6.813.20
Time certificates of deposit.......
26.325.29
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks......................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills p ay ab le ......................................

T o t a l......................................... 4 65,875.90

Bcc

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

65,875.90

The State Bank of Bee
Charter No. 690.

(Incorporated)

H.
T. Jones............................... .......... President | W . B. Thorpe...................................... Cashier
T. H. W a k e .................................. Vice-President I ............................ ..................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T, NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts — ................ I 12.589.79
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
907.48
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e tc ...........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1,064.47
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
263.29
Cash item s..........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers..............
19,142.45
Checks and items of exchange..
623,35
Cash.......................................................
L047.92

Capital stock paid in ....................... $
5.000 00
Surplus fu n d ..................................... •
230.00
Undivided profits.............................
910.51
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
17.180.98
Demand certificates of deposit..
8,024.46
Time certificates of deposit.........
3.692.80
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding..-...................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers................................
Notes and bills re-discounted ...
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

4 35,638.75

Total

4 35.638.75

25

SECRETARY OF TH E STATE BAN KIN G BOARD

The Beemer State Bank

Bccmcr

Charter No. 34.
A. D. Beem er...........
Thos. C. K ir k .......... .............. Vice-President I

(Incorporated)
Ira E. W illiam s.........
W m . B. Mangold — ___Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
LIABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts......................1
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured ..............................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,

Banking house furniture and
fixtures...........................................

106,126.37
178.91

9,500.00
4,410.47

Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on time certificates.
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers —
Checks and items of exchange.
Gold and other coin.......................
Paper Cu rrency..............................
T o ta l........................................ S

12,919.93

Capital stock paid i n ....................$
Surplus fu n d ....................................
Undivided profits...........................
Dividends unpaid.............................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ...............................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit___
Certified ch ecks.............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding. .
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable....................................

30,000.00
240.00
1,737.62
12.50
41,452.88
3,573.75
59,656.13

4,377.20
2.160.00
139.672.88

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

139,672.88

The Beiden Bank

BeUden

Charter No. 498. (Incorporated)
T. F. C lark e....................................... President I C. A. Knapp,,..
F.
A. M cCornack............... Vice-President | Chas. L. Beaty.

....................Cashier
.Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts......... ........... $
80.748.83
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .............................................
670,66
Stocks, securities, judgments, ................
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds................................
“•••
Other a sse ts................................................>> —
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................
4,200.00
Other real e sta te ....................... ........................
Current expenses and taxes
1,738.63
paid.............................................
.................
Premium on U. S> and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash it e m s .............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers. . . .
8,782.76
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Cash....................................................
3.297.87

Capital stock paid in ....................$
15,000.00
3,000.00
Surplus fund...................................
Undivided profits...........................
3.955.59
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ..............................................
48.412.01
Demand certificates of deposit ................
Time certificates of deposit—
29.071.18
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..
Due to national banks................
Due tò state and private banks
and bankers............ ....................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable...........................; ........

Total,

3


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.$

99,438.75

Total

,$

99,438.75

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FIF T E E N T H A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

Belgrade

The Bank of Belgrade
Charter No, 576. (Incorporated)

W . H. A n d rew s.................................. President | G. W . Andrew s...................................... Cashier
P. H. Davis................ ................. Vice-President | E. Earl Nickerson.............Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 83,067.72
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
344,04
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................... •...........................
5,000.00
Other real e sta te.................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,841.73
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities................... ................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.. , ___
5,487.80
Checks and items of exchange..
1,454.37
Cash........................................................
3,875.42
Total

$

Bellwood

101,071,08

Capital stock paid in .......................$
Surplus fund......................................
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid ............................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ..................... ..........................
Demand certificates of deposit .
Time certificates of deposit........
Certified c h e c k s ..............................
Cashier’s checks .outstanding___
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

Total

15,000.00
2.500.00
3,906.29
50,742.34
4,636.55
10,926,05

13,359.85

$ 101.071.08

The Bank of Bellwood
Charter No. 653. (Incorporated)

W alter L loyd........................................President ! Jesse D. B e ll.......................................... Cashier
Hattie B. L lo y d ....................... Vice-President | Jasper S. Bell......................Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 78,385.70
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured...............................................
3,952.28
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
3,125.00
Other real e sta te.................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
425.14
Premium on U. S, and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
26,443.35
Checks and items of exchange..
Cash......................................................
3,719.51

Capital stock paid in ....................... I 10,000.00
Surplus fund .....................................
450.00
Undivided profits.............................
4,384.01
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check.................................................
51,660.97
Demand certificates of deposits.
49,556.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified checks....... ......................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills rë-discounted___
Bills payable.......................................

T o ta l. . . : ....................................... 116,050.98


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T o t a l......................................... Î 116,050.98

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Belvidere

The State Bank of Belvidere
Charter No. 36.

(Incorporated)

Geo. W . W illiam s....... . .............., . . . . President | Ralph A. Cohen ...................... ........... Cashier
Leopold Cohen..........................Vice-President | ........................ .......................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts..... .................$ 6?,249.30
Overdrafts secured and unse­
68.87
cured.................................... ...........
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds............ ...........................................................
Other assets..................... ...........................■—
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
4,150.00
Other real estate........... .....................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
763.20
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities — ?....... .. . . . . . . . . . .
Cash items ........................... ........................... ••.
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.................................
Checks and items of exchange........................
Cash ..............................................
23,027.54

Capital stock paid in .... 12.500.00
Surplus fund.................
2,500.00
Undivided profits.......................... ..
6,009.28
Dividends unpaid............ .....................................
Individual deposits subject to
check ................................................
45.798.11
Demand certificates of deposit . ,
12,988.71
Time certificates of deposit.......
15,462.81
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding......... ..............
Due to national banks................ .......................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills pay ab le.................. ....................... ........ .

T o ta l........... ..................... . . . , . $

Benkeiman

95,258.91

Total

................ I

95,258.91

The Bank of Benkelman
Charter No. 38.

(Incorporated)

V . Franklift............ .............
President | W . B. W o lf . , .................... ................... Cashier
A. C. E b e rt.............. ................. Vice-President | F R. W a lk e r...................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts.............. »• - -8 103,726.03

Overdrafts secured and unse‘
cured................................................

Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims etc .......... ......................

B o n d s............................. ••............... .
Other assets . .................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
Other real e sta te ............ .............;
Current expenses and taxes paid
Cash item s...............................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exchange..
Bills of other banks, gold and sil­
ver certificates........................... .
S pecie .......................—
.........

Total


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1.723.69
240.90

4,000.00

Capital stock paid in ..................... I 25,000,00
Surplus fund......................................
1,025.00
Undivided profits.............................
7.363.03 ■
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject' to
c h e c k ...............................................
84,852.11
Demand certificates of deposit..
10,000.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
15,263.06
1,666.30
Cashier’s checks outstanding___

888.39
431.89
29.127.79
2,938.00.
2,092.81

.8 Ï45.169.50

Total

* 145,169.50

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FIFTE E N TH AN N U AL REPORT OF TH E

Bcnnet

The Citizens Bank
Charter No. 40.

(Incorporated)

G.
W . E g g le sto n ..............................President I H. H. B ratt.................... 1.......................Cashier
JohnP. B r a t t ............................ Vice-President | ..................................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 105,826.42
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ....................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
505.10
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
4,824.30
Other real e s t a t e .............................
4,710.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
3,556.45
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities................................... .
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and b an k ers............
55,045.38
Checks and items of exchange..
2.059.30
Gold coin.............................................
3.875.00
Currency and silver...........................
3,092.08
Total ................................'....... $ 183.594.03

Bennett

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 25,000,00
Surplus fund......................................
1,550.00
Undivided profits.............................
8,272.42
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
59,128.1?
Demand certificates of deposit..
89,643.44
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified checks..... ..................... .......................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable. . . „...............................

T o ta l.........................................$ 183,594.03

The Farmers Bank
Charter No. 943. ("Incorporated)

Harry Honnor................................. ...President I E. B. Day................................................. Cashier
Chas. Strader.............................Vice-President I ................................................ Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... I
8,879.70
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured......... ..................................
10.00
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets . / . . ...................................... ............
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
3.300.00
Other real estate ................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
90.55
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.................. . ................
Cash item s.............................................................
Due from national, state, and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
6,422.32
Checks and items of exchange..
145.00
Currency.............................................
1.917.00
S p ecie..................................................
446,29

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits less expenses
and taxes paid...............................
271.35
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ........ ......................................
9,198.51
Demand certificates of deposit..
571.00
Time certificates of deposit......
1,170.00
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

Total


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$

21,210.86

Total

.$

21 , 210.86

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Bennington

29

The Mangold & Glandt Bank
Charter No. 41.

G. Datisman............................................. President
Mary Mangold..............................Vice-President

(Incorporated)
Peter Mangold....................................Cashier
Geo. M. Mangold............ Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ )21,134.13
Overdrafts* secured and unse­
cured.................................................
81.00
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ................ ........................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
1.700.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
5,810.70
Premiums on U S. and other
bonds and securities ..................
Cash it e m s .........................................
Due from national, and private
banks and bankers.......................
51.812.81
Checks and items of exchange..
2.16
G old.......................................................
735.00
Silver and tract, coius...................
874.27
Currency...............................................
2.901.00

Capital stock paid in......................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund.......................................
4,100.00
Undivided profits..............................
6,627.02
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposit subject to
c h e c k ................................................
85,378.30
Demand certificates of deposit....................
Time certificates of deposit......
67,777.56
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
10,518.44
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
149.75
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

Total ......................................... I 184.551.07

Benson

T o t a l......................................... $ 184,551.07

The Bank of Benson
Charter No. 803. (Incorporated)

Jas. A. Howard......................................President I Chas. A. T racy..................................... Cashier
H.
6 . Wulff................................. Vice-Pres-'dent I ................................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
*• L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts.................. .,. .1 86.664 20
Capital s toe it pa*d in ......................$ 10,000.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
Surplus fund.....................................
800.00
cured ................................................
721 06
Undivided profits ............................
4,140 31
Stocks, securities, judgments.
Dividends unpaid ...............................................
meats, claims e t c ............ ......... ................
Individual deposits subject to
Bonds .......................................................................
c h eck ................................................
92.673.15
Other assets.........................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
10.572.54
B anking house furniture and .fix­
Time certificates of deposit.......
19,494 07
tures...............................
994*99 j Certified checks...................................................
Other real e sta te .......................
................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
C urrent ex o e n se s and tax es paid .
2,041.31
Due to national banks........................................
Cash item s............ ................................................. ! Due to state and private banks
Due from national, state and
j
and bankers....................................
private banks and bankers.......
43.613.00
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Checks and items of exchange......................
Bills payable......................................
C a sh ......................................................
3.645.51

Total ..


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...$

137,680.07

Total

> 137,680.07

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FIFTE E N TH A N N U A L REPORT OF THE

Berlin

The

Bank of Berlin

Charter N o. 42.

(Incorporated)

F. L. H illm an......................................... President i S. H. B u c k ............................................ Cashier
...V ice-P resident |H. O. D a v is......... ............. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 71,776.04
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
c u r e d ..................... .........................
188.76
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ................................., ........................
Bonds.................................. ......................................
Other a s s e t s ......................... ..............................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
2,250.00
Other real e sta te .............. ..................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
6.00
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
Cash it e m s .........................................
Due from national, state and private banks andbankers .............
19,674.07
Checks and items of exchange..
4.00
Currency.............................................
900,00
S pecie...............
2,246.46

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 15,000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
500.00
Undivided profits.............................
821.18
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ..............................................
51.817.27
Demand certificates of deposit .
2,336.55
Time certificates of deposit.........
26,570 33
Certified c h e c k s............................................... .
Cashier’s checks ou tstan d in g...........
Due to national oanks............................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers............................................
Notes and bills re -d isco u n ted ............
Bills p a y a b le ..............................................

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

Bertrand

97,045.33

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

97,045.33

The First State Bank
Charter No. 43.

(Incorporated)

C, C, Gibbons......................................... President I W . F. Dobbin. ............... ................... Cashier
.............................................. ............Vice-President I ......................................... . . Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 130,736.89
Overdrafts, secured find unse­
cured.................................................
4,270.08
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e tc ...................................... ................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures . . . , ..................... ................
7 349.20
Other real e sta te .............................
..............
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,126.19
Cash item s..........................................
95.28
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers..............
37,869.15
Checks and items of exchange..
17,20
Currency..............................................
2,400.00
Specif*..................................................
5,438.19

Total


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$ 189.302.18

L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 18,000.00
Surplus fu n d ......... ................... . . . .
3.600.00
Undivided profits.............................
3.312.94Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
86.563.98
Demand certificates of deposit..
77,818.63
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified checks........................................ .......
Cashier’s checks outstanding........................
Due to national banks
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
6.63
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills pay ab le........................................................ .

Total

I 189,302.18

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Bethany

31

The First State Bank
Charter No. 838.

(Incorporated)

C. W . Puller........................................... President I L. S. Hurst............................................. Cashier
P. R. M cC oy................................Vice-President I
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 24,541.14
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ...............................................
4-55
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .........................................................
Bonds.......................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
500.00
Other real e s ta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
658.90
Premium on U .S . andother bonds
and securities....................................................
Cash ite m s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
6,686.92
Checks and items of exchange......................
C a sh .....................................................
1,726.47

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 5,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
100.00
Undivided profits.............................
1.915.74
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...!.........................................
22.717.34
Demand certificates of deposit..
2.497.38
Time certificates of deposit.........
1,887.52
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

T O T A L .................................... $ 34,117.98

T o t a l......................................... $ 34,117.98

Big Spring

Farmers’ State Bank
Charter No. 902. (Incorporated'

B F Clayton
................................. President [E C. W o l f ..............................................Cashier
H I. Babcock.............................Vice-President | ................................................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... 1 12,688 64
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ................................................
500.38
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .............................. ...........................

Capital stock paid iu ....................... S 6,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
859.68
Dividends unpaid ............................. ................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
21.120.34
Demand certificates of deposit..
2,151.35
Time certificates of deposit.......
4,650.00
Certified checks...................................................
................
Cashier’s checks outstanding —
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted................. '.......
Bills payable...........................................................

Other assets................................................. —
Banking bouse furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
1-666 75
Other real e sta te ................... ........................ . ••
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.021.85
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities . .......................................
Cash item s......................................... ..............
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
17,134.83
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
1,768.92

ow
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Total


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___ftI 34.781.37
34,781.37

T
o t a l......................................... 8 34,781.37
Total

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FIFTE EN TH A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

Bladen

The Exchange Bank of Bladen
Charter No. 654. (Incorporated)

N. B. H all.................. .......................... President I V. S. Hall................................................. Cashier
,J. A. Hall...................................Vice-President I S. M. Hall..........................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 45,168.55
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................
601.52
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ............................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix3.200.00
Other real e s t a t e ......... ................
Current expenses and taxes paid
413.55
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.-..................................... j
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hankers..................................
7.285.86, j
Checks and items of exchange........................ I
Cash......................................................
2.019.03
T o ta l.......................................... 8 58,688.51

Bladen

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 10.000,00Surplus fund......................................
1 750.00
Undivided profits.............................
1,162,32
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check ................................................
14,615.69
Demand certificates of dep osit..
20,190.50
Time certificates of deposit.......
10,970.00
Certified c h e c k s................ ..................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national b a n k s ........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable............... ....................

Total .................................58.688.51

The State Bank of Bladen
Charter No 875. (Incorporated)

J. o. W alk er......................... .............. President I A. R. Rudd........ .. .................................... Cashier
Chas. E. Hicks....................... .Vice-President I E. L. McLaughlin....... ,. Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906,
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts........... ......... $ 50,231.79 j
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
82.94 I
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .......................................................... |
Bonds......................................................................... |
Other a s s e t s .......................................................... |
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures......................................
4.226.93
Other real e sta te ......................... - .....................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,302.95 j
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities...................................... .
Cash ite m s ..............................................................
Dues from nat’l, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.
11,661.72
Checks and items of exchange..
421.26
C ash ..............
5.819.42

T o ta l.......................................... 8 73,747.01


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L IAB ILITIES
Capital stock paid in ......................$ 15.000.00
Surplus fund................ .....................................
Undivided profits.............................
2.585.86
Dividends unpaid............ ................ ................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
26.886.60
Demand certificates of deposit..
20,909.35
Time certificates of deposit.......
8.365 00^
Certified checks................................................... *
Cashier’s checks outstanding—
................
Dne to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................................. ..
N otes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable.....................................

T o ta l...........................................$ 73.747.01

SECRETARY OF TH E STA TE BAN KIN G BOARD

Blair

33

The Banking House of A. Castetter
Charter N o. 510.

F. M. Castetter,
H. M. Castetter.

(Incorporated).

............ President I F. H. Claridge.
.. Vice-President
Mary C o o k ........

........ ..........Cashier
Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... * 412.819.68
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
7,001.35
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
16,084.17
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets ........................................... : ............
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
8,000.00
Other real e sta te .............................
35,663.80
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s ...........................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks andbankers .............
45,114.37
Checks and items of exchange.,
5,217.78
Currency.............................................
2,748.00
S p ecie..... ..............................
7.522.37

Capital stock paid i n .....................* 100,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
12.000.00
Undivided profits..............................
857.19
Dividends unpaid........ .........................................
Individual deposits subject to
check................................................. 186,545.36
Demand Certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit____. 223,407.83
Certified c h e c k s .............................. ................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
180.00
Due to national banks....................
847.53
Due to state and private hanks
and bankers....................................
16,333.61
Notes and hills re-discounted......................... :
Bills payable........................................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 540,171.52

T o ta l....................... ................. * 540,171.52

Blair

The Citizens State Bank
Charter No. 797.

F, H. Matthiesen
......................... President
M. Matthiesen.............. .......... Vice-President

(Incorporated)
D. Z. M um m ert................ .................... Cashier
................................................ Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... * 145,409.53
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................
1,107.89
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds....................................................
18,500.00
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .............................................
2.766.84
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,046.90
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.........................................
Cash item s.........................................
4.616.64
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
34,363.71
Checks and items of exchange..
92.55
Currency and gold coin...............
6.977.00
Silver dollars, fractional silver,
nickles and cen ts.........................
1,141.49
Total


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I 217,052.55

Capital stock paid......................... ,| 50,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
4,913.25
Dividends unpaid......... .......................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ...............
71,989.89
Demand certificates of deposit.,
50.00
Time certificates of deposit.........
76.545.9)
Certified c h e c k s ........ ..........................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.. . .
Due to national hanks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
53,80
Notes and bills, re-discounted..........................
Bills p a y a b le ......................................
13.500.00

Total

* 217,052.55

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Bloomfield

The Farmers and Merchants State Bank
Charter No. 48

S. Saunders........................................... President
H, J. Miller.................................. Vice-President

(Incorporated)
1 E. H. M a so n .......................................... Cashier

ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 222,063.38
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
6,884.91
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c .................................... .
15,797.86
Bonds.......................... ...: ......................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ........................ .......................
15,000.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
3,778.84
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash ite m s.........................................
15 48
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
19.897.47
Checks and items of exchange..
98.22
C a s h ....................................................
5,782.59

Capital stock paid in ...................... $ 50.000,00
Surplus fund......................................
1.000.00
Undivided profits ...........................
6,280.92
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................ 108,117.67
Demand certificates of deposit..
11,273.76
Time certificates of deposit....... 108.011.18
Certified checks..............................
682.00
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
2,296.30
Due to national banks....................
1,061.10
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
595.82
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable...........................................................

T otal.......................................... $ 289,318.75

T o ta l......................................... $ 289.318,75

Bloomfield

The Citizens State Bank
Charter No. 538.

Edward Renard....................................President
G. H. Renard.............................Vice-President

(Incorporated)
I F. 3 . Crahan.........................................Cashier
[ W m . B a r g e ....................... Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 98.188.43
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,690 13
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims e t c ......................................
2.279.00
Bonds..................................................
.........
Other assets ........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tu r e s ................................................
3,331.07
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
6,868.39
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..................... , .................
1.125.53
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
15,120.71
Checks and items of exch an ge......................
C a sh '.....................................................
8,468.30

Capi tal stock paid in ....................... $ 20,000.00
Surplus fund .....................................
5.000.00
Undivided p rofits............................
9.551.96
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ................................................
28.974,28
Demand certificates of deposit..
5.669.15
Time certificates of deposit.........
45.003.85
941.00
Certified c h e c k s ..............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national b an k s........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ..................................
19,931.32
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 135,071,56

T o t a l........... ............................. $ 135,071.56


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Bloomington

85

Bloomington State Bank
Charter No. 51.

(Incorporated)

.........President | C. H. W a ld o ............................................ Cashier
Vice-President i R. C. Kirkbride.................. Assistant Cashier

J. B McGrew .
R. V. McGrew

STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 142.074.30
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
884.35
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c . . .................... .................... .............
B o n d s ........................... .... ......................................
Other assets.................................. .. ................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
8.000 00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,572.26
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.......................................
Cash item s.........................................
34.25
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and hankers............
33.134.56
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
7.940 08
T o t a l......................................... I 193.639.80

Bloomington

Capital stock paid in ....................1 25.000.00
Surplus fund....... ..............................
5,000.00
Undivided profits............................
3,637.00
Dividends unpaid..................................................
Indivual deposits subject to
ch eck....................................................
58.391,27
Demand certificates of deposit..
15,651.23
Time certificates of deposit.......
36.772.16
Certified checks.............................. ................
Cashier's checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
49,188.14
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable.................... ................. ............. ..

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

.............« 193,639.80

Republican Valley Bank
Charter No. 925.

(Incorporated)

Geo M W ilm ot
............................. President I S. Y . H a r tt... ...................................... Cashier
Peter Rasmussen......................Vice-President | ................................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... S 18.177.70
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
101.65
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ................................................... .
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ............................................ ..............
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
3.323.18
Other real e sta te.................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
313.94
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......... .............................
Cash item s............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
6,841.66
Check and items of exchange........................
Cash.................................... ............. ..
3.766,27

Capital stock paid in ....................... I 10.000.00
Surplus fund....... ..................................................
Undivided p ro fits......
732.59
Dividends Unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
13.178.93
c h e c k ..........................
Demand certificates of deposit..
2,055.00
Time certificates of deposit . . . .
5,330.00
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
1.227.88
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable............................................... ..........

Total


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*

32,524.40

Total

$ 32,524.40

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Blue Hill

The Commercial Bank
Charter No. 868. (Incorporated.)

M. McBride........................................... President ! E.. M cBride.............................................. Cashier
Jacob Goll......... ...................... Vice-President I .................. .............................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 28,748.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
1.379.43
cured.............................................. .
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ........ ..................................................
Bonds.................................................... ................
Other a ssets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
2,500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,215.66
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
63,742.06
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exchange..
3.50
Cash......................................................
10,537.44

Capital stock paid in ..... ....... . . . . . . $ 12,000.00
Surplus fu n d ..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
2,146.85
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ................................................
42.458.71
Demand certificates of deposit..
15,815.30
Time certificates of deposit.......
31,330.10
Certified ch eck s..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
1.375.13
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable.....................................

T o ta l............................................. S 108,126.09

Blue Springs

T o ta l............................................. $ 108,126.09

The Blue Springs State Bank
Charter No. 595. (Incorporated)

W . W . B lack....................... ............. President I Thos. L. Green........................................Cashier
.....................................................Vice-President I .................................................. Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 81,691.07
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
219.14
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c .........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix- .
tures..................................................
2,500.00
Other real esta te ............................. . . . : .........
Current expenses and taxes paid
529.00
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities..................
Cash ite m s .........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
21,968.53
Checks and items of exchange..
181.53
Cash......................................................
4,795.37

Capital stock paid in ...................... SS 20.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
970.00
Undivided profits.............................
2,127.69
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check ..............................................
75,246.30
Demand certificates of deposit..
3.986.25
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’ s checks outstanding___
9,554.4°
Due to national banks ........... ...........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable.....................................

T o ta l......................................... I 111.884.64


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Total ..,.............'...................... $ 111,884.64

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Boelus

37

The Boelus State Bank
Charter No 573

(Incorporated)

L. B. K enyon...........................................President I P. Jensen..............................................Cashier
A. Jensen.............. ........................ Vice-President | N. Jensen........................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... f 49,635.21
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
96.36
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ......................................
2,000.00
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets. .* ......................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
' 1.327.75
Other real e sta te.................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.225.19
Premiums on U . S. and other
bonds and securities.....................................
5.95
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
44.628.46
Checks and items of exchange..
188.64
Cash......................................................
2.580.32

15.000.00
Capital stock paid in ................... $
Surplus fund...................................
9,157.73
Undivided profits...........................
5,558.48
Dividends u n p a id .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ...............................................
26.677.92
Demand certificates of deposit.
4,390.55
Time certificates of deposit____
39.973.83
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
929.37
Notes and bills re-discounted........................
Bills payable................................ .........................

T o t a l......................................101,687,88

Boone

T o ta l........................................ $ 101,687.88

The Boone State Bank
Charter No. 840.

(Incorporated)

R. W . Stillin ger....................................President ! A. A. Dodendorf................................. Cashier
Geo. H. T r a c y ............................. Vice-President | .............................................. Assistant.Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................I
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ...............................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, ect ..................................
Bonds..................................................
Other a ssets.....................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................
Other real estate ...........................
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U . S and other
bonds and securities..................
Cash it e m s ........................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and hankers —
Checks and items of exchange.
Cash......................................................

Total


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J

23,789.14
336,84

2,090.75'
717 48

Capital stock paid in ....................$
6,240.00
147.00
Surplus fund...............
Undivided profits ...........................
608.47
Dividends unpaid................................. .......... ..
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k .....................
10,271.63
Demand certificates of deposit.
4.255.40
Time certificates of deposit—
10,745.51
Certified c h e c k s ....................... ..........................
Cashier's checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills p a y a b le ....................................

3.927.60
13.00
1,393.20

32,268.01

Total

.$ 32,268.01

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Brady

The Bank of Brady
Charter No. 811

3 . H. Kelley
B. R. Kelley

(Incorporated)

....... .President | W . W . W inquest...... ............................ Cashier
Vice-President I ....... , ....................................... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts...................,$ 30.001,04

Overdrafts, secured and unse­
c u r e d . .., ..,......... ..........................
100.94
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.......................................................................
Other assets....................................................... .
Banking house, furniture und fix­
tures ................................................
500.00
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
566.74
Premiums onl U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.................... 6,591.65
Checks and items of exchange. . .
71.10
C u rren cy....................................
1,075.00
342.91
Specie...................
Total

39,249.38

Brainard

Capital stock paid in ....................
Surplus fund, ....................................
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid......................v___
Individual deposits subject* to
c h e c k ..................... . ........................
Demand certificates of deposit..
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified c h e c k s ..............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ..... ......... ..............
N otes and bills re-discounted. . . .
Bills payable. . . . ........ .....................

Total

.$

5,000.00
500.00
788 82
28,517.91
807.25
3,635.40

39,249.38

The Bank of Brainard
Charter No. 56.

(Incorporated)

T, McKnight . . . . . .............. ..........President | A. K . Smith............. ..........___________.Cashier
Henry Schulz ............................. Vice-President ! ..................... .........................Assistant Cashier

J.

ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans arid discounts.... . . . . ___,$ 167,905.61
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
c u re d ..... ..........................................
1,131.72
Stocks, securities; judgments,
claims, e t c ............... .................... . ........... .
Bonds...........................................................
,
'Other assets............................................................
Bankinghouse furniture & fixtures
1.200.00
Other real e sta te .............................. ......... .
Current expences and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities................... ................
Cash ite m s.........................................
18.87
Due from aat’l, state and private
banks and bankers.......................
38,555 53
Checks and items of exch an ge...
804.73
C a sh ......................................................
9,840.74

Capital stock paid, in......................| 20.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
5.000.00
Undivided p r o fits ...,..... ...............
1,149.31
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposit subject to
check ......................................, -----75,548.04
Demand certificates of deposit..
67,434.62
Time certificates of deposit__ _
50,325.23
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.......................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted........................
Bills p a y a b le........................................................

Total


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219,457.20

Total

.1219.457,20

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Brainard

Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 931

(Incorporated)

F. W . Ruzicka.......................................President I J. G. D o b r y ..............................................Cashier
F. C. H oracek............................ Vice-President | .................................................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts ......................I 20,729.40
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
220.43
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fixtu r e s ................................................
2,602.22
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.135.45
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers.............
6,223.34
Checks and items of exchange .
41.00
Cash ....................................................
3,526.18

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 20,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
908.73
Undivided profits.........
Dividends unpaid..................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ............................
9,627.29
Demand certificates of dep osit..
1,394.00
Time certificates of d ep osit... .
2,548.00
Certified checks..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding............... .........
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state, and private hanks
and bankers...................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Biils payable......................................

T otal.......................................... I

Brewster

T o ta l................................ .'....$

34,478.02

34,478.02

The International State Bank
Charter No. 58.

(Incorporated)

John F ergu so n ....................................President | P. C. Erickson........................................ Cashier
C. L. Erickson...........................Vice-President | ................................................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and disconnts................ '....$ 32,091.06
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
755 83
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds ......................................................................
Other a s s e t s .............. ............................................
Banking house, furnit ure and fix­
tures ................................................
500.00
Other real e sta te.............................
2,000.00
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.........................................
671.81
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
4,638.05
Checks and items of exchange..
Cash item s.........................................
1,822.25

Capital stock paid in ......................$
5.000.00
Surplus fund........................................
1,500.00
Undivided profits...............................
1.049.50
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individval deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
18,145.70
Demand certificates of deposit..
4,566.00
Time certificates of deposit.........
12,217.80
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks...................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

Total


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$ 42 479.00

Total

$ 42,479.00

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Bridgeport

The Bridgeport Bank
Charter No. 566.

j. W. Wehn

(Incorporated)

.........President I Mark Spanogle..................Assistant Cashier
Vice-President I Clyde Spanogle................ Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
LIAB ILITIES

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts..................... $
79.482.74
Capital stock paid in ....................|
5,000.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
3,300.00
Surplus fund....................................
cured...............................................
279.16
Undivided profits...............................
20,621.97
Stocks, securities judgments,
Dividends unpaid.................................................
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Individual deposits subject to
Bonds..................................................
ch eck ...................................................
61,454.47
Other assets............................................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
1,790.37
Banking nouse furniture and fix­
Time certificates of deposit__
11,416.27
tures.......................................................................
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Other real e sta te .................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Current expenses and taxes
Due to national banks..................
paid.......................................................
1.583.11 Due to state and private banks
Premium on U. S. and other
and bankers..................................
bonds and securities........................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Cash item s.............................................
3,100.00 Bills payable....................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers__
12,332.54
Checks and items of exchange..
2,300.00
4,505.53
Cash.............................................
T o t a l............ ...............................$103,583.08

Bridgeport

T o ta l.......................................$ 103,583.08

The Valley State Bank
Charter No. 696. (Incorporated)

Homer K . B u rket............................. President I J. L , Johnson...................................... .Cashier
Chas, A. Morrill.............. .......Vice-President I ................. .............................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
L IABILITIES

RESOURCES
38,903.50

Loans and discounts......................I
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ...............................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ....................................
Bonds..................................................
Other assets......................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................. .............................
Other real e s t a t d ......................... .
Current expenses and taxes
paid....................... ........ .................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities................ ..
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers —
Checks and items of exchange.
Cash.....................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

327.44

728.59
898.12

Capital stock paid i n . . . , .....................10,000.00
Surplus fund....................................
1,200.00
2,229.09
Undivided profits...........................
Dividends unpaid................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check..............................................
18.762.68
Demand certificates of deposit.
298.02
Time certificates of deposit___
18.354,69
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstand n g ...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable.................................

8.459.11
32.26
1.495.46

I

50,844.48

Total

,$

50.844.48

SECRETARY OF THE STATE BAN KIN G BOARD

Bristow

41

The Bristow State Bank
Charter No. 682. (Incorporated)

F. M. Widner..................................... President I
F. W . W oods.......................... Vice-President I

J. K. M o o r e .......................................... Cashier
L. G . K lok e........................ Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts......................I
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ..............................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ....................................
Bonds................................................
Other assets....................................
Banking house furniture and
fixtures...........................................
Other real e sta te ...........................
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on time certificates.
Cash item s........................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
Checks and items of exchange.
C ash......................................................

Total

Bristow

.$

55,128.69
2,273.16

2,060.32
750.00.
5,891.53

9,113.46
841.86
2.461.77

78,520.79

Capital stock paid i n ....................$
Surplus fu n d ....................................
Undivided profits...........................
Dividends unpaid.............................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ...............................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit___
Certified checks.............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding. .
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and b ankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable....................................

Total

10. 000.00

500.00
6.328.09
22,284.29
300.00
39.108.41

78,520.79

The American Exchange Bank
Charter No. 688. (Incorporated)

John Frostrom ................................... President I Albin Olson............................................... Cashier
Edward R enard......................Vice-President I ................................................. Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts......................1 41.937.99
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu re d .............................. ..............
1.907.99
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Other a sse ts..........................................................
Banking house furniture and iix-

Capital stock paid in ....................S 10,000.00
Surplus fund...................................
2,000.00
Undivided profits...........................
4.026.60
Dividends u n pa id .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ..............................................
22.974.91
Demand certificates of deposit
30.00
Time certificates of deposit___
21.668.95

Otj^er real e sta te ...........................
353.07
Current expenses and taxes
paid.................................................
2,421.10
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................

Cashier’s checks outstanding........................
Due to national banks................
101.37
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................

Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
Checks and items of exchange.
Currency...........................................
Silver and gold................................
Total.........................................$
5


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

8,160.55
553.51
1,010.00
802.23
62,801.83

Total ..................................... S

62,801.83

4^

Fi f t e e n t h

Brock

a n n u a l

report

of

Thë

The Bank of Brock
Charter No. 59.

R f! Miller.
John Yont . . . . . . . . . .

(Incorporated)
Fh CJ. Yont

___

ST A TE M E N T NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOÜRÖE9
L oa n s and d is c o u n t s . . . . . . . ___. .$
Overdrafts, secured and unsej
cured. . . .
....... ' . m ...............
Stocks, securities judgments.
claims, e t c ................... ................
Bonds....... . . . . . . ........ j. ____ . <
.(.
Other assets.....................................
Banking nouse furniture and fix­
tures ............ ............ .. ........ ..............
Other real e s ta te ..........................
Current expenses and taxes
paid___. . . . . . . .............. . . . . . ........
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities . . . . .........
Cash item s.......................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers....
Checks and items of exchange..
Cash....... . . . . .......... .. . . . . . . . .
Total

73.485.74
23.95

3.050.00
1.195.86

10,000.00
2, 000.00
2,732.41
81,279.63
23,822.17

37.543.03
5,535.62
/I119/834.30

Broken Bow

Capital stock paid in ....................$
Surplus fund....... ...................<<«.
Undivided p ro fits../......................
Dividends unpaid . . . , ___. . ...........
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.........................................
Demand certificates of deposit/
Time certificates of deposit —
Certified ch eck s.............................
Cashier's checks outstanding...
Due to national banks................ .
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted../
Bills payable.. .. _______ . . . . . ___ .•

T o t a l.. ..

.........$

119,834.30

The Broken Bow State Bank
Charter No. 540. (Incorporated)

Chas/ E. Ford . . . . . ....... /...P resid en t I S. K . W a r r i c k ,//..../-----. . . . . . . — Cashidr
Mi K i m b e r l i n g ____ Vice-President I
. . . . . . . / .......... . . . . . . . Assistant Cashier

g,

STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
L IABILITIES

Re s o u r c e s

Loans and discounts..................■$ 203,816.09
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ....... ........... . . , ...........•. — .
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ....................................
Bond's..................... ................ . . . . . .
Other assets......................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures............ . . . .................... . . . . .
Other real e s t a t e ...........................
Current expenses and taxes
paid.................., ___ .......................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities..................
Cash ite m s........................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers —
Checks and items of exchange.
Currency.............................................
Coin....... ............ ....................
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.1

1,309.28

100/00

Capital stock paid in ..............
Surplus fund................. . . . . . . . . . .
Undivided profits, n e t.................
Dividends unpaid...........................
Individual deposits subject to
check......................... .....................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit.. ..
Certified c h e c k s .............................
Cashier's checks outstanding...
Due to national banks — . . . . . . .
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-disCounted...
Bills p a y a b le................. . . . . . —

20 .000.00

15,000.00
4,639.20
144.053.95
44,394.37

7,435.87

17,983.45
215.90
11.075.00
2,023.67
235,523.39

Total

,$ 235,523.39

SECRETARY OF TH E STA TE B AN K IN G BOARD

Broken Bow

43

The Security State Bank
Charter No 842

W . A. G e o rg e ............
Jules Haumont........... ................ Vice-President

(Incorporated)
j R. D. Pickett.......... ...........................Cashier

ST A TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 56,767.31
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ..........................
989.02
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
2,855.25
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets................................................. ..........
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures........................
5.000.00
Other real e s t a t e ...,,....... .................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
147.59
Premiums on U . S. and other
bonds and securities....................................
Cash item s................... ..........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
17,782.70
Checks and items of exchange..
95.95
Cash......................................................
4.333.30
T o t a l..........................................$ 87,971,12

Bruning

Capital stock paid in ....................$
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided profits...........................
Dividends unpaid ...........................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ..............................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit___
Certified checks.............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..
Bills payable....................................

15,000.00
1, 000.00

1,450.77
60.900.76
3.975.25
5.600.00
44.34

T o ta l......................................... 8 87,971.12

The German Bank
Charter No. 618.

(Incorporated)

Samuel Fitzsimmons...........................President I W . H. Grone......................................... Cashier
Frank Bruning......... : ................. Vice-President | A. C. W e lls .......................Assistant Cashier
ST A T E M E N T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................I
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ...............................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, ect ..................................
Bonds.................................. ............
Other a sse ts.....................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................
Other real estate ...........................
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U . S. and other
bonds and securities..................
Cash it e m s ........................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and hankers —
Checks and items of exchange.
C ash....................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

79,012.61
604.49

1, 000.00

Capital stock paid in....................$
Surplus fund...................................
Undivided p rofits...........................
Dividends unpaid...........................
Individual deposits subject to
check .........................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit___
Certified c h e c k s .............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills p a y a b le ....................................

20/ 00.00

4,700.00
1,127.15
32,223.14
14.299.58
29,126.50

16,501.22
415.48
3,942.57

,$ 101,476.37

T otal

I 101,476.37

44

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REFONT OF THE

Bruno

The Bruno State Bank
Charter No. 64.

F. J. Zem an............................... ., ........ President
Joseph Rerucha. ....................... Vice-President

(Incorporated)

1Emma C. Rerucha,...........Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts...................... | 52.573.52
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured
..................................
213.79
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...................................... ...........
Bonds........................................................................
'Other assets........................................ ................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures
..........................
2.000.00
Other real e s t a t e ................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
504.25
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......... ..............................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and b ankers............
12,963.06
Checks and items of exchange..
25.65
Currency and gold coin................
1.800,00
Silver dollars, and fractional
c o in ....................................................
621.47

. Capital stock paid in ............ ........ $ 6,000,00
Surplus fund....................................
1,200.00
Undivided profits............................
718.93
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ....... .....................................
12,979.99
Demand certificates of d ep osit.. j
„„
Time certificates of deposit....... ( 9 s a . i o a . e a
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................................... .
Notes and bills re-discounted,........................
Bills payable.......................... , . , , , , .................

Total

70,701.74

Total ........................................ S 70.701.74

Brunswick

The Brunswick Bank
Charter No. 697, (Incorporated)

F, C. H olbert...................., , , ..............President 1 A. L. Johnson ___. . . , . Cashier
P, A. McCornack
Vice-President
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts.................. .51.887.95
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured............................................ ,
1 675.32
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, etc
.............. .......................
Bonds........... .
....................... ................
Interest paid ou t..............................
276.97
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
' 2.000.00
Other real estate ................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,638.74
Premium on U. S and other
bonds and securities................................... .
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state.and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
8,676.26
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
2,035.05

Capital stock paid i n . , , . , ........... ,$
6.000.00
Surplus fund........., . . ............................................
Undivided profits less expenses
and tax«« paid..............................
3,913,41
D vldends u n p a id .,,............................................
Individual ueposits subject to
c h e c k .................................. ...........
28.718.03
Demand cert ficates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
29,458.85
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due io national hanks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and hankers........................................................
Notes and hills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable........................................................ .

T o ta l......................................... S 68,090 29


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

68,090.29

SECRETARY OF TH E STATE BAN KIN G BOARD

Bure hard

45

The Bank of Burchard
Charter No. 65.

W . J. Halderman.................................. President
Fred P. Sm yth................ .......... Vice-President

(Incorporated)
Jacob F . Halderman.......................Cashier
.................................... ........ Assistant Cashier

STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906 '
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts............... — $ 100,988.34
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
2,877.70
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds....................... : ...............................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fixtu res..................................................
3.912.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Chrrent expenses and taxes paid
507.70
Premiums on U S. and other
bonds and securities ..................
Cash it e m s .........................................
Due from national, and private
banks and bankers.......................
19,380.51
Checks and items of exchange ..
252.69
8,107.08
Cash......................................................

Capital stock paid in......................$ 25,000.00
Surplus fund.......................................
5,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
7,981.93
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposit subject to
c h eck ................................................
52,995.11
Demand certificates of deposit....................
Time certificates of deposit.......
45,048.98
Certified c h e c k s..................... .............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

Total ......................................... $ 136.026.02

Burr

T o t a l......................................... $ 136,026.02

The German American Ba'nk
Charter No. 66.

(Incorporated)

B.
Goerke.................. ......................President I G. J. K a h l................................................ Cashier
W . C. W o lf ................................... Vice-President ! ............................................... Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LI A BICI TIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 34.695 07
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
18 89
Stocks, securities, judgments,
merits, claims e t c ...........................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets......................... .................. .-............
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
2.347.15
Other real e sta te ............ .....................................
Current exoenses and taxes paid.
506.47
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers.....
37,183.73
Checks and items of exchange........... ..........
C a sh ......................................................
4.401.69

Capital stocK paid in ...................... I 10,000 00
Surplus fund......................................
2.000.00
Undivided p ro fits..................' . .......
1,965.75
Dividends unpaid .............., .■.............................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck .......................................
53.235.12
Demand certificates of deposit..
1.431.13
Time certificates of deposit.......
10,521.00
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks.......................... .............
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

S

79,153.00

Total

79.153. CO

46

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF* THE

Bur well

The Bur well State Bank
s

Charted No. 872. (Incorporated?

E. Bailey......... ..................................... .President | Roy A. Downs.. ................................... Cdshief
J. W . Brockus..... .................. Vice-President I . . . . ................................ .. Assistant Cashier'
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IAB ILITIES

Re s o u r c e s
Loans and discounts..... ............ .
27,905.54
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.. ..............
382.63
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..... ...............
.........
Bonds............ <....................................................... .
Other assets___. . ........................... ....... .
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ..........
3.333.33
Other real e sta te ............... , ..............................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,407.08
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.,.....................................
Cash ite m s.............................. .. .
.........,___
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
2,769.76
Checks and items of exchange..
80.15
Cash......................................................
5.018.37
T o t a l .,., .........................

41,798.86

Butte

Capital stock paid in ....... , ............1 10.003.00
Surplus fu n d ....... ...................................................
Undivided profits.................
3,549.53
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ......... .................
......
23,510.25
Demand certificates of deposit..
4,737.08
Time certificates of deposit .. . . ............... ,
Certified check s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks................ .................... .
Due to state and private banks
and bankers......................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted... . — .'. . . . .
Bills p a y a b l e ..... ................. ..............,

Total

41,796.86

The Citizens State Bank
Charter No. 69.

(Incorporated)

Will D. F o rb e s......... , ...... ............ .President I S. M. W y a t t ... ............, ..............Cashier
/lames Forbes ......................V ice-P resid en t I J. A. McLaughlin............ .Assistant Cashier
W , W . R »berts....... .........V ic e -P r e s id e n t )

St a t e m e n t , November

is. ioog.

Re s o u r c e s

L IABILITIES

Loads arid d sc o u n ts....... .
, f 42,248.59
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
c u r e d ............... .............................
1.223.68
Stocks, securities, judgments.
,
claims, e t c ...................
Bonds..... ............................... .. ..........................
Other assets....... ...................., , . ......................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ....................
S.OOtbftO
Other real esta te .................. ...., .....................
Current expenses and taxes paid
4,548.90
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash ite m s -----...............................................700.00
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
8,913.20
Checks and items of exchange..
1,434.70
C a s h .......................... . .....................
4,160.19

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

. $ 68.229.26

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 15.000.00
Surplus fund.....................................
300.00
Undivided profits.............................
4,449.29
Dividends unpaid............
,
Individual deposits subject to
check . . . . . , . . . , , ...........................
23,966.16
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
24,289.81
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
224.00
Due to national banks....... ................................
Due t >state and private banks
and bankers ..................................................... .
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable...................... .........................

Total

J

68,229.26

SECRETARY OF TH E STA TE BAN KIN G BOARD

Butte

47

The Bank of Boyd County
Charter No. 744. (Incorporated)

C. A. Johnson.....................................President I H. A. Olerich................................. .......... Cashier
Elmer E. Boynton . . . . . . . . . . Vice-President | Max L. Honke.....................Assistant Cashier
E . G. Barnum......................... Vice-President I
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 73,200.41
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
262.85
cured................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .......................................
592.45
400.00
Bonds....................................................
Tax C ertificates...............................
823.86
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
2.500.O0
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,690.38
. Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.'.........................................
906.83
Due from national, state and pri­
vate bankers..................................
15.149.60
Checks and items of exchan ge...
145.00
Boyd county warrants....................
561.83
Cash......................................................
5,204.77

Capital stock paid in ..................... f 15,000,00
Surplus fund...................................
2.500.00
Undivided profits.............................
3,047,09
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
41,446.11
Demand certificates of deposit,.
7,633.75
Time certificates of deposit.......
24,775.16
Certified c h e c k s..............................
7,012 75
23.12
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national b a n k s........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T otal............ ...........................$ 101,437. £

Byron

T o t a l......................................... $ 101,437.98

The Farmers and Merchants Bank
Charter No 630. (Incorporated)

E. Eggers............................................. President | W . S. S m ith ...........................................Cashier
G. W. S te w a rt........................Vice-President i ............................................... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and Discounts..................... $ 24,526.48
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
440.63
stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds......................................... ..............................
Other assets ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
2.300,00
tures..................................................
Otnerreal e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.612.94
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.......................................
Cash it e m s ....................... ......................................
Dues from nat’l, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
38.069.38
Cnecks and items of exchange..
77.45
Gold and silver.................................
1,860.09
Currency.............................................
1.835.00

Capital stock paid in ......................$
7.500.00
Surplus fund.......................................
34.00
Undivided profits.............................
2.926.98
Divid ends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
45.978.98
Demand certificates of deposit..
686.48
Time certificates of deposit.......
13,595 50
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Dne
IJI1C to
D
C
J LlOi
national
OILUICbi banks........................................
KJOi
..............................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted....
Bills payable......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I

70,721.94

j

Total

$ 70,721.94

48

SECRETARY OF THE STATE BANKING BOARD

The Cairo State Bank

Cairo

Charter N o. 698.

(Incorporated).

~

1 ..................................
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906,
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts...........- ..........$ 72.169,86
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
6.91
cured................ ................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .............................. ...........................
Bonds.......................... ......................... ............. .
Other a s s e ts .............................. ...........................
Furniture and fixtures....... ...........
550.00
Other real estate ......... ...................
350.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
832.07
Preminm on U. S. and other
bonds and securities...................
Cash item s.......................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks andbankers .............
27,472.64
Checks and items of exchange.,
449.98
ash.............. ......... ... ..........................
3.373.65

T o t a l............ ....................... ...$ 105,205.11

Caraway

The Seven
Charter No, 71,

Thos. Norburg' ............ President
R, E. Brega,. - ............. ., ,, Vice President

Capital stock paid in ................. . ,$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
500.00
2.234,25
Undivided p ro fits,...........................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
41,875.81
Demand Certificates of deposit..
21,239.90
Time certificates of deposit.........
29.355.15
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.............................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills p a y a b le .,,. ..........................

T o ta l......................................... S 105,205.11

alleys Bank
(Incorporated)
W m . T yson
................... .................... Cashier
R, B. B e n n e tt...................Assistant Cashier

ST A TE M E N T ,'N O V E M B E R 12, 1996.
LIABILITIES

Re s o u r c e s
Loans and discounts....................... I 62,443.35
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..............
735.23
Stocks, securities, judgmeflts.
claims, e t c ......................................
127.01
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
4,689.13
Other real estate — .. .•: ......... .
.......
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities................................... .
Cash item s.............................. .. — ....................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
25,638,01
Checks and items of exchange..
3,075.63
Cash.........................
7,836.40

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I 104,544.76

Capital stock paid...........................$ 20,000.00
Surplus fund.............. .........— ,'..
1,200.00
Undivided profits — ......................
4,557.73
Dividends uripa d ...................................................
Individual depos ts subject to
c h eck .................
71,099.98
. Demand certificates of d ep osit..
2.862.30
Time certificates of d ep osit.. . . .
4.824.75
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding —
Due to natii na! banks...................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................<
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

Total

S 104,544.76

SECRETARY OF THE STATE BANKING BOARD

Callaw
ay

49

The Callaway State Bank
Charter No. 660.

J. H. Decker ............
F. L. H aycock ..........

(Incorporated)
R. G. McGrew........... ...........................Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts......................,$ 44,471,82
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
146.43
Stocks,, securities,' judgments,
claims, e t c , ................................. . ........... .
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets................ ................................ .........
Banking house furhiture and fix­
tures......................
1,738.70
Other real e s t a t e ....................... , .......................
Current expenses and taxes paid
261.57
Premium on U .S. and other bonds
and securities.....................................................
Cash ite m s .................................................... ........
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
25,405.12
Checks and items of exchange..
102.95
C a s h ............................................
5,012.10

Capital stock paid in .................... .$
7,500.00
Surplus fund..............
1,500.00
Undivided profits........ ..................
572.32
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
63.875.29
Derpand certificates of deposit..
2.531.33
1,159.75
Time certificates of deposit....... .
Certified c h e c k s ................................................. .
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.......
Bills p a y a b le ..................................

77,138.69

Campbell

T o ta l......... ......... S 77.138.69

The Bank of Campbell
Charter No. 74.

(Incorporated)

Henry Gund......................................... President |B B. Helmick......... . . . ' . ..............
f’ ashier
C. F. Gund
........ . . . , ....... , Vice-President I
................................ ........Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL l PIES

Loans and discounts........ .............. $ 85.213 11
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured..............................................
3,241.71
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .........................................................
Bonds ................................... .........................
Other assets.............................................. .
Banking house furniture ahd fix­
tures .....................................................................
Other real e sta te .............................
970.15
Current expenses and taxes paid
5,890.55
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s................... ........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
2,27b.59
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
6,400.84

Capital stock paidiu.......... ................10,000.00
Surplus fund..................
10,000 00
Undivided profits........
7.847.62
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k .........................
20,282.48
Demand certificates of deposit..
21,833,48
Time certificates of
deposit__, 34,023.37
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’ s checks outstanding........................
Due to national banks.......................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discpunted___
Bills, payable......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,$ 103,986.95

Total

S 103.986.95

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

50

Cam
pbell

The Commercial State Bank
Charter No. 779

(Incorporated)

Remi D. Choquette.............................. President | J. H. Chevalier...................................... Cashier
Andrew Erickson ....................Vice-President ] B. M. Chevalier............... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12, 1906 '
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 43,646.93
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
304.47
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
3,300.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash ite m s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
6,594.77
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash ....................................................
4,120.54

Capital stock paid in .......; ............. $ 10.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2.000.00
Undivided profits ...........................
437.61
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
19,104.52
Demand certificates of deposit..
8 ,931.71
Time certificates of deposit......
17.472.00
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...................... ""
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
20.87
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable...........................................................

T otal......... ! ...................... 57,966.71

Carleton

T o ta l......................................... $ 57.966,71

The Citizens State Bank
Charter No„ 75.

F. P, Beachy..
E. J. Whipkey

(Incorporated)

.........President f J. B. W hipkey................................... . Cashier
Vice-President | L. M. Whipkey. D. H. Kelso, Asst. Cashiers
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1 04

RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 71 672.62
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
320-20
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets ........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................ ................................
2,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s......................................... .................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
46.462.90
Checks and i terns of exchange..
53.50
Gold and curren cy.........................
1 , 20.00
Silver...................................................
1, 76,58

Capital stock paid in....................... $ ¡0,000.00
Surp-us fund ......................................
10.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
3.S52.74
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c i e c k ................................................
50.069.23
Demand certificates ofdeposit..
15.474 48
Time certificates of deposit.........
33,709.35
Certified c h e c k s................... ...............................
Cashier’s cheeks outstanding..........................
Due to national ban k s........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable....................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 123,105,80

Total

$

123,105.89

SECRETARY OE T S E STATE BANKING BOARD

Cedar Bluffs

51

The Bank of Cedar Bluffs
Charter No.

77.

(Incorporated)

R. H K n ap p .. . . ..... ................President j F. B, K n a p p ...................................................... Cashier
Peter W o lff............................. Vice-President j J. H. Mackprang................ Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Roans and discounts....... ...
146,440.32
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured....... ................................. .
984.16
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ............................................ . . » ___
Bonds .................................................. ................
Other assets..........................................................
Ranking house, furniture and fix­
5.000 00
tures .............. .................................
Other real e sta te ...............
2,000.00
Current expenses and taxes paid 1,534.37
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................... ...........
Cash item s................
68,59
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers...........,
38,583.86
Checks and items of exchange..
3.041.36
Currency ....... ................. , ...............
1.522 00
S p e c i e .. .,....... .........................
2,892.22
T o t a l.......>............. . . . . . . . . . . I 202.066.88

Cedar Bluffs

Capital stock paid in . . . . . . . . . . . , $ 15,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
5.000.00
Undivided profits...............
3,796.36
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Indivual deposits subject to
ch e c k ....................................................
56,820.20
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit....... 121,450.32
Certified checks....................... ..
................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers...................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills p ayab le..................... .
................

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

202,066.88

The Farmers and Merchants Bank
Charter No, 78.

(Incorporated)

dohn KUban......... .............. ..................President 1 Henry W ehner.................................. ..Cashier
Peter F E b s e n .. ...................Vice-President | .................................. ........... Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and d isc o u n ts...,...............,$ 125.193 65
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured . . . . . . . . . .
—
2.107,53
Stocks, securities, judgment,,
claims, e t c ..........................
,
Bonds.........................
—
Other assets ..............................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .............. .— ..........................
3.500.00
Other real e sta te .......................... , .................
Current expenses aid taxes paid
2.089.31
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities............................... —
Cash i t e m s . . . . . . . . ............
46.50
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and bankers............
17,158.21
Check and items of exch an ge...
2.895.30
Currency..............................................
2.824.00
S p e c ie ..................................................
5,307.55

Capital stock paid in ....................... | 12,500.00
Surpihs fund.................
4,500.00
Undivided profits....... .....................
3,688.49
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ..................................
46.345.86
Demand certificates of deposit..
1,831.00
Time certificates of deposit . . . . 92,256.70
Certified checks................................................. .
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national hanks........................ ............. .
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................
......
N otes and bills re-discounted........................ .
Bills payable.........................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

161,122.05

Total

$ 161,122.05

52

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Cedar R
apids

The S. S. Hadley Company
Charter N o . 81.

(Incorporated)

S. S. H a d le y ......... , .............................. President |C. C. Goodrich.......................................Cashier
Assistant Cashier
F. H . H e a d ................................ Vice-President | A. J, Lindstrom...........
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 3906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 133,140.89
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
697.01
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds................................................................. .......
Otker a s s e t s ...................... .. .............................
Banking house furniture and ikx>
tures..................................................
10,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
365.11
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities..................................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Due from national, state and private banxsand bankers ...........
18,401.78
Checks and items of exchange..
13.50
Cash......................................................
8.119.77

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 30.000 00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
15.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
12.218.50
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
63,511.74
Demand certificates of deposit .
5,314.31
Time certificates of deposit.........
14 693 51
Certified checks . ........................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding ...
Due to national hanks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted ...
Bills p a y a b le ................ .....................

T o ta l.................... .................... $ 170,738.06

Center

T o t a l.............................'........... $ 170,738.06

The Center State Bank
Charter No. 665.

(Incorporated)

D T. Gillman.......................................... President I B. F. Stetson
G. E. Lundgren........................... Vice-President I ............................

....................Cashier
.Assistant Cashier

STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 17,863.86
Overdrafts, secured m d unse­
cured.................................................
234.79
Stocks, securities, julgm ents.
claims, e tc ......................................
47.50
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ...................................... ..........
2 000.00
Other real e sta te .............................
320.45
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,657.01
Cash item s.........................................
16.75
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers_______
3,708.43
Checks and items of exchange..
49.00
Cash......................
1,632.58

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I

27.530.40

L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in ..................... f
6,000.00
Surplus fu n d ..........................................................
Undivided profits............................
2.873.85
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ................................................
7.244.88
Demand certificates of deposit..
767.73
10 . 111.19
Time certificates of deposit.....
Certified checks.............. ...............
232.75
Cashier's checks outstanding
300 00
Due to national banks
Due to state ana private banks
and b an k ers.,.................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

Total

$

27,530.40

SECRETARY OF THE STATE BANKING BOARD

Central C
ity

53

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 83.

John Clay....................... .............. ........President
Chas. C, M cE n d te e ___, — ..Vice-President

(Incorporated)
i J. W . Vieregg ................... .............Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....... ............. . $ 192,093.41
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured........................ ........... . . . ..
89.71
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c . . , ............................... . ...........
Bonds.................................................. . .............. .
Other assets....................... ..........................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
3,000.00
Other real e sta te .......................... . .............. .
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,234.31
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.................. ........... .
Cash items ..................................................... ..
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and bankers............
14.779.98
Checks anditems of e xch an ge...
731.86 ,
10.409.35 ■
Cash ..................................................

T o t a l..., ............................222,338.62

Central C
ity

Capital stock paid in ....................... | 25,000.00
Surplus fund................ ............. .
25,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
7,04 5.39
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
72.142.87
Demand certificates of deposit,.
4,674.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
81,353.99
Certified checks................................................. .
Cashier's checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks............ , .................*.___
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................................. ,
7,122.37
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p ay ab le,. . . . . . . . . . ......... ..
................

T o t a l......... ................... 225,338.68

The Platte Valley State Bank
Charter No. 84.

M. V. S c o tt....... ........ . . . . President
Wm. W e g n e r............ ............... Vice-President
E. K. Sprague....................... .V ice-President

(Incorporated)
1 J. Cleve S c o tt .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cashier

ST A T E M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and d isc o u n ts...... — .,
137,484.32
Overdrafts secured and unse*
cured................................................
298.01
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims etc ......................... ........... ........... .
B o n d s................ ......... ...........................................
Other a s s e ts ............ ..................... ..
................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
6,418.00
Other real e sta te ............................................ .
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,288.55
Cash item s..........................................
110.63
Due -from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
24.947.88
Checks and items of exchange..
5,00
Cash ................................................ .
11,233.45

Capital stock paid in ............ 20.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
20,000.00
7.081.69
Undivided profits......... ...................
Dividends unpaid........., ................. ................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
58.136.32
Demand certificates of d ep osit,.
2,780.87
Time certificates of d e p o s it..,..
69,008.48
Cashier’s checks outstanding...................... .
Due to state and private banks
and b an kers.................. _______
4,778.48

T o t a l......................... 181,785.84


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

T o ta l........... ............................,$ 181,785.84

54

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Ccrcsco

The State J3ank of Ceresco
Charter No. 85

(Incorporated)

N. H. M eeker..... ..................................President | H. Leal......................................................Cashier
...............................................A ssistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts........................$ 48,224.25
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured......................................... . . . .
844.37
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .......................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets.................................. ......................
Banking house, furniture und fix­
2,500.00
tures ................................................ .
Other real e sta te ...................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
826.38
Premiums on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and bankers............
48,493.60
Checks and items of exchange. . .
21.14
Cash.......................................................
3,581.57

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1,100.00
1,577.37
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid.................. ..............................
Individual deposits subject to
40,216.96
ch ec k ...............................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
8.937.27
Time certificates of deposit.......
42.659.71
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers .......................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted........................
Bids payable.............................................. ...........

T otal.......................................... $ 104,491.31

C
harfron

T o t a l......................................... $ 104,491.3!

The Citizens State Bank
Charter No. 87.

(Incorporated)

A. W . R ekman .................................. President | F*. B. C arly..............................................Cashier
J T. M a y .................................... Vice-President 1 ............................................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

I.I ABILITIES

Loans and discounts...................... S 189,009.61
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
1.715.61
Stocks, securities; judgments,
claims, e tc ............................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture & fixtures
6.607.78
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expences and taxes paid
1,624.54
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s...............................................................
Due from nat’l, state and private
banks and bankers.......................
30,436 82
Checks and items of exch an ge...
51.76
Legal tender,notes and Currency
3.761.00
Specie....................................................
977.91

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 20.000.00
Su plus fund.....................................
4.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
8,203.83
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposit subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
87,516.51
Demand certificates of deposit..
3,736.26
Time certificates of deposit__ _ 110,668.43
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

T o ta l............................................$234,185.03


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T o ta l........................................... $234,185.03

SECRETARY OË THE ST A ÏE BANKING BOARD

Cham
bers

55

The Chambers State Bank
Charter No. 637

(Incorporated)

J C. M c G o w é n ..,....... . . . . . . . ___ President I Edward A d a m s ...... .......... .......................Cashier
j . b . Varney ...............................Vice-President | ..................................... ............Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
Re s o u r c e s

Capital stock paid in ................... .$ 16,000.00
Surplus fiifid........ ...................
489,00
Undivided profits........... , ...............
3,236.16
Dividends unpaid.............. ...................................
1 Individual deposits subject to
Demand certificates of deposit..
Time certificates of d ep osit... .

Banking house, furfiitilre and fikOther real e sta te ........................
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on Lf. S. and other

— •••-.■
2.332.80

Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and bankers............
8,077.40
Checks ahd items of exchange , .............. .
Currencv.............................................
1,410.00
Silver and miscel. cash ............
337.26

Chap mart

LIA B ILITIE S

l

Loans and discounts L ................ ,$ 32,976.53
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
c u r e d ............. .......................... .
20.67
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c . . . . . . — . . . . . . . . . . . . ................

................
4,758.55

Cashier’s checks ou tstanding.,.................... .
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state, and private banks
Biils payable —

............. ,

The Chapman State Bank
Charter No. 685.

(Incorporated)

E. D Hamilton........ . . . . . . . . .......... .President | J. R. Hamilton . . . . ...............................Cashier
E. E. Slusser . , .......................Vice-President | D. E. Magrunson.. . , ....... , Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts.............. ...... S 29.869.69
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..................................... , .............................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ......................... .
..............
Bonds ....................... ......................... . . . . . . —
Other a s s e t s ............ .............................................
Banking house, furniture and fixtu r e s ............................... ...............
500,00
Other real e sta te......................... .
100.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
450.5i
Premium on IT. S. and other
bonds and securities........................ ..............
Cash item s................................................. ...........
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers........... .
12,091.81
Checks and items of exchange......................
C ash......................................................
3.080.32

Capital stock paid in .................. 5,000.00
Surplus fund............., , ......................
1,000.00
Undivided profits.....................—
983.48
Dividends unpaid..................... .....................
Individval deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
24.301.
Demand certificates of deposit..
5,049.
Time certificates of deposit.........
8,757.
Certified checks.............................. — . . ..
Cashier’s checks outstanding.,..
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private hanks
and hankers....................................
Notes and hills re-discounted —
Bills p ay ab le.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A

Total


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J

45 092.33

T o ta l

$ 45.092.33

56

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Chappell

The Commercial Bank
Charter No, 89.

(Incorporated)

E. D. H am ilton .................................. President I H. I. Babbock.......................................... Cashier
B. F. Clayton.............................. Vice-President | .................... ............................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 63,849.30
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
1,295.23
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds................................................................, —
Other a s s e t s .............................................. ...........
Banking house furniture and fix­
2,755.00
tures ................ ................................
Other real e s ta te ................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,092.54 .
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities...................
Cash it e m s .........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.. _____
45,111.25
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash........................................................
9,145.28
T o t a l......................................... $ 123,248.60

Chester

Capital stock paid in .......................$ 10.000.00
Surplus fund...................
2.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
2,537.18
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ................................................
64,928.35
Demand certificates of deposit .
43,783.07
Time certificates of deposit........................ .
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding.........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................................. .
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 123,248.60

The Farmers Bank
Charter No. 90.

(incorporated)

James W ilson.......................................President | Robert Wilson. Jr................................Cashier
....................... .............................. Vice-President | Robert J. M alow ney
Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....... ...... ........ $
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................... ..... ........ ..
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
Bonds....................................................
Other a s s e ts .................... ................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
Other real e sta te........................... .
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities...................
Cash item s........... ..............................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exch an ge..
Currency.........................................
Coin......................................................
Total


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68,336.34
1.242.91
408.30

1.663.06
50.35

Capital stock pa d in ....................... I 15.000.00
Surplus fund .....................................
7.500.00
Undivided profits.............................
3.520.99
Dividends unpaid ... ............................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
58.339.41
Demand certificates of deposits.
23,028.17
Time certificates of deposit.......
741.45
Certified checks........................................ ..........
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
472,18
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable...........................................................

28,784.28
556.98
3,229.00
2,330.98

$ 106,602.20

Total

.%

106,602.20

SECRETARY OF THE STATE BANKING BOARD

Clarkson

57

The Clarkson State Bank
Charter No. 92

(Incorporated)

L. ,P F olda........................................... President | Long-in Polda........................ .............. Cashier
F. McGiverin............................ Vice-President | ................................................ Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 148.562.55
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
194.38
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a ssets.........................................................
Banking house, furniture und fix­
tures ..................................................
3,000.00
Other real e sta te ...................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premiums on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and hankers............
17,296.13
Checks and items o f exchange. . .
586.95
Cash.......................................................
3,881.28

Capital stock paid in .................... $ 20,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1,500.00
2,648 17
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ................................................
58,428.56
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
83.659.94
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers .................. ...............
5,284.62
N otes and bills re-discounted........................
Bills payable .................................... .
2,000.00

T o ta l..........................................8 173,521.29

Clarkson

T o t a l......................................... * 173.521.29

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 882.

P. J. P etr.................................................President
John N o h .................................... Vice-President

(Incorporated)
! J. D. W o lf ...............................................Cashier
I Emil Petr........................... Assistant Cashier

STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts...................... $ 59,160.84
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
103.50
cured ................................................
Stocks, -securities; judgments.
claims, e tc ............................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture & fixtures
4.800.00
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expences and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities L ....................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from nat’l, state and private
banks and bankers.......................
3,230 63
Checks and items of e xch an ge...
92
Cash.......................................................
4,326.22

Capital stock paid in....................... I 15.000,00
Suiplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
1,460.10
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposit subject to
check ...............................................
24,526.51
Demand certificates of deposit..
700.00
Time certificates of d eposit... .
25,935.50
Certified c h e c k s .............................. ................
Cashier’s checks outstanding —
.................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills p a y a b le .....................................
4,000.00

T o ta l...........................................S 71.622.11

T o t a l......................................... 1 71,622.11


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58

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Clatonia

The Farmers Bank of Clatonia
Charter No. 481. (Incorporated.)

W m . Steinm eyer...............................President j W . D. G reen.................................... .....C a sh ie r
Henry A lb ert........................... Vice-Pfesident I .................................................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 73,476.13
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..................................................
682.05
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a ssets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ......................................'.........
544.75
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
19.45
Premium on. U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Pash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
37,023.11
Checks and items of exchange.. ................
Cash......................................................
3,947.13
T o ta l............................................. $ 115,692.62

C
lay Center

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 12,000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
1,506.00
1,515.18
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
36,296.57
Demand certificates of deposit..
5.240.5T
Time certificates of deposit.......
59,140.30
Certified ch eck s..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers......................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................
•

T o t a l.............................................$ 115,692.62

The Commercial State Bank
Charter No. 94.

(Incorporated)

H. E. M cD o w ell............................... President 1 J. L. Campbell....................................... Cashier
John M urtey............... ............ Vice-President I H. B. C am pbell........... ...A ssistan t Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... f 111,739.56
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
283.81
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets................... ....................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ..................................................
3,650.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
610.55
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash ite m s ......................... ...............
58.06
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
19,372.55
Checks and items of exchange..
27.45
Paper currency................................
3,295.00
Specie, nickels, ce n ts....................
3.289.86

Capital stock paid in ...................... $ 20,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
4,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
11,347.28
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
65,235.31
Demand certificates of deposit..
14,822.65
Time certificates of deposit...... .
26,896.50
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks ..............*.......................
Due to state and. private banks
and bankers..... .............................
25.10
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 142.326.84


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Total ........................................$ 142,326.84

SECRETARY OF THE STATE BANKING BOARD

Ctey Center

59

Clay Center State Bank
Charter No. 911. (Incorporated)

J. O. W a lk e r ......................................President I F. T. Swanson......................................... Cashier
Geo. P. Schwab
................ Vice-President | H. A. Swanson.....................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... I 38,864.04
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
638.89
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claim s.etc..........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Tax C ertificates...................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures............................. v ..................
7,500.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
739.29
Premium on U. vS. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s...............................................................
Due from national, state and private banker<..................................
6.306.35
Checks and items of ex c h a n g e ...
375.59
2.191.37
Cash......................................................

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 25,000,00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided p ro fits............................
• 932.02
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
18,593.57
Demand certificates of deposit..
12,092.94
Time certificates of deposit..........................
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national b a n k s........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................... ............

To

,A

..........................................$ 56.618 53

Clearw
ater

T o t a l......................................... $ 56.618.53

The State Bank of Clearwater
Charter No 629. (Incorporated)

R. S. P ayne.........................................President | J. C. Ferguson ........................................ Cashier
Geo. N. Seym ou r..................Vice-President | Eugene A. Blakesley... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and Discounts......................I 58.898.17
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
1,008.56
.stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assecs ............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1,500,00
Otnerreal e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and.taxes paid
915.53
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s .................................... ........................
Dues from nat’l, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
4,444.29
Checks and items of exchange..
16.50
Gold and silver coin ......................
1,156.49
Currency.............................................
2.195.00

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 12.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1.400 00
Undivided profits.............................
2.315.10
Dividends unpaid.................................... ............
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
32,112.04
Demand certificates of , deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
22.307 40
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Dne to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted. . . .
Bills payable......................................

Total


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$ 70,134.54

Total

$ 70,134.54

60

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Cody

The Bank of Cody
Charter No 542

(Incorporated)

M. O. A yres................ ............................. President I EL B. Skeen ........................................Cashier
MarionE. Sk een ....... ..................Vice-President | ............................................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts.............. ........| 37,682.25
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu re d ................................................
290.34
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ................................ .........................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets................................................ ..........
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures....................... ........................
1,000.00
Other real e sta te ................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
737.73
Premiums on U . S. and other
bonds and se c u ritie s..............
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
43,575.80
vate hanks and bankers.............
, Checks and items of exchange..
54.11
Cash......... ............................................
5,368.00
T o t a l....................... , , ............. $ 88.708.03

CollegeView

10,000.00
Capital stock paid in ................... $
1,400.00
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided profits.........................
2,111.73
Dividends u n p a id .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ...............................................
67.812.89
Demand certificates of deposit.......................
Time certificates of deposit___
6,445 57
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks..................
937.84
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..
Bills payable....................................

T o ta l....... ....... ...................... $ 88,708.03

The Bank of College View
Charter.No, 928.

(Inc >rporated)

James Sch ee......... . . . . . . ............ . . . . . . President I H A. Morrison .
......... ................ * ............................Vice-President | 0 A VVeisaaar.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .C ashie r
. . . . . Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and d iscou n ts...............
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured.............................. .............
Stoeksr securities, judgments.
claims, e c t ..................................
Bonds...................................................
Other a ssets.............. .
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures
Other real estate ...........................
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U . S. and other
bonds and securities..............
Cash ite m s ......... ..............................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers...,
Checks and items of exchange.
Cash...................................................

T o ta l.


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LIA B ILITIE S
31,072.34
10.04

1.000.00

Capital stock paid in ................ .. . $
Surplus fund....................................
In te r e st....... ....................................
Dividends unpaid..... ....................
Individual deposits subject to
check .........................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit. . ..
Certified c h e c k s ....... ....................
Cashier's checks outstanding...
Due to national banks....... ..........
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and hills re-discounted...
Bills payable . . . . ___ . . . . . . . . . . . . .

10.000.00
30431
29,876.99
3,726.83
4.540.00

12.057.15
741.64
2,877.68

48,448,13

T o t a l ,.. .............. .......... .......... $ 48.448.13

SECR ETAR Y

O F T H E S T A T E B A N K IN G

B OARD

61

The Coleridge State Bank

Coleridge

Charter No. 96.

(Incorporated)

F. A. McCornack.................................. President I George I. Parker............................... Cashier
J. W . Linkhart...........................Vice-President | C. R. Applegate..............Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 142,679.68
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
1,340.05
cured.................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .......................................... ................
Honds...................................
—
Other assets......................1..................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................................. .. ..
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,023.41
Premiums on U S. and other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash it e m s ..................
—
Due from national, and private
banks and bankers.......................
15,692.86
Checks and items of exchange .
303.30
Cash......................................................
4,219.16

Capital stock paid in......................$ 25,000.00
Surplus fund.......................................
5.000.00
12,495.79
Undivided profits.........................
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposit subject to
c h eck ................................................
51,519.94
Demand certificates of deposit.
202.99
Time certificates of deposit.......
64,874.93
Certified c h e c k s........ ..........................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
6.932.95
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
231.86
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills p a y a b le .................................... .....................

Total ......................................... $ 166.258.46

Galeridgc

T o t a l......................................... * 166,258.46

The Commercial State Bank
Charter No. 699. (Incorporated)

Ge,>. A. Gray............................... ......... President ! U. G. Bridenbaugh............................... Cashier
T.
T. Lmkhart........................... Vice-President I ..............................................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12. 1906
LI A BILI TIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... I 63,730 23
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
1.432 25
cured ................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
meats, claims e t c ...........................................
Bonds ............................................. .........................
Other assets......................... ................................
Bankihg house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
6.000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current exoenses and taxes paid.
1.463.54
Cash item s.............................................................
Due from national, state and .
private banks and bankers.......
43,006.39
Checks and items of exchange..
137.94
G o ld ......................................................
1,200.00
Currency and silver.......................
4,208.76

Total


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$

121,179.11

Capital stocK paid in ...................... $ 20,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
4,000.00
Undivided p ro fits................................
3.428.41
Dividends unpaid ...............................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck .................................. ...........
47,173.33
Demand certificates of deposit..
6.495.40
Time certificates of deposit..........
40,081.97
Certified checks..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

Total

I 121,179.11

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F IF T E E N T H

Colon

A N N U A L REPORT OF

THE

The State Bank of Colon
Charter No- 539.

(Incorporated)

F.
J. Kirchman............ - ...........-....P r e sid e n t |J. F- Bastar............- .............................Cashier
Aug-. Franson............................Vice-President | ................................................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts ............... 83,333.27
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
c u r e d ...,........................................
704.08
Stocks, securities, judgments,

Capital stock paid in ...................... $ 10.000 00
Surplus fu n d ........................................................ .
Undivided profits............ ........ . . . .
4.435.§3
Dividends unpaid...................................... ........
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ..:....... ..............................
54.272.24
Demand certificates of d e p o s it.....................
Time certificates of d ep osit.... ..
60,565.14
Certified c h e c k s ............................. . . .
,
Cashier’s checks ou tstan d in g......................
Due to national nanks.................... .................
Due to state and private hanks
and hankers..................................................... .
Notes and bills re-discounted ...................... .
Bills p a y a b le ................ ................................

claims, e t c ...,..................................... ..
Bonds...................................................

Other assets ........... ............. . . . . . . .............. .
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures....................
................
1.240.78
Other real e sta te .............. .............. ................
Current expenses andtaxes paid
2,993.58
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securi ties.......................... .
Cash it e m s .............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banxs andhankers ...........
37,900.54

Checks and items of exchange...................

C a s h .......................................... ..
T o ta l.................. .

Colum
bus

3,101.76

...........S 129,273.01

T o t a l...................... ................... $ 129,273.01

The Columbus State Bank
Charter No. 97.

(Incorporated)

M.
B r u g g e f..,..... , . . . , .....................-President I H. A. Clarke
.....................Cashier
Wm. B u c h e r .,,.,. . . . . . . , — Vice-President ! V . H , W e a v e r ............ . Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts..,
Stocks,

securities,

7.749.25

juigm ents.

claims, etc.................................

Bonds...................._________________
Other assets.............................. .......

Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ......................... ..............

Other real e sta te ........................... .
Current expenses and taxes paid
Cash ite m s.. . . . . . . . ........................

698.17

16 650.00
4.000.1)0
1,870.24

Due from national, state and private banks and bankers............

53.467.65

Checks and items of exchange.,
C u rr e n c y .,............... ........................
S p e c ie ,...............................

478.07
12,142.00
8,894.22

Total,,,,,.


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L IA B IL IT IE S

......... ,,,$ 346.457.30 !

Overdrafts, secured >rnd unse­
cured................................. ........

...... I 452,406.90

i

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 50,000.00
Surplus fu n d ......... ,,............ ..
5,000.00
Undivided profits............... ...............
13.054.55
Dividends jnpaid............................ .. ................
Individual deposits subject to
C h e c k ...,............................ ............ 133,632,1»
Demand certificates of deposit..
20,304.51
Time certificates of d ep osit,__ 188,986.52
Certified checks.............. ..................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..... ................
Due to national banks
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.......................................
41,429.14
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable

Total

, , , , ............... 452,406.90

SECR ETAR Y OF TH E ST A T E

Com
stock

B A N K IN G

B OARD

63

The Comstock State Bank
Charter No. 628,

H. A. Sherman.....................................President
Robert S. Ston e....................... Vice-President

(Incorporated)
I W . J. R o o t............................................. Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 43,619.62
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
911.18
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.............................. ..........................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
1,424.13
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,178.66
Premium on U .S. anuother bonds
and securities................................................. .
Cash ite m s .........................................
92.50
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
2,415.88
Checks and items of exchange..
8.00

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 5,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
2,430.87
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
25,620.22
ch eck................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
11.754.62
Time certificates of deposit.........
5,126.90
Certified, c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks...................
1,861.23
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

T O T A L .................................... $ 52.793.84

T o t a l......................................... $ 52.793.84

Concord

The Concord State Bank
Charter No. 99.

(Incorporated1

James Paul.......................................... President |D A. Paul...............................................Cashier
John Paul....................................Vice-President | Annie Paul........................ Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
2,968.29
Stocks, securities, judgments.
C la i m s , etc ........................................... ............
Otner assets, interest paid on Cd
144.88
Banking nouse furniture and fix­
tu r e s ................................................
1,534 47
Other reai e sta te ......................... .. . ......
Current expenses and. taxes paid
Premium on U S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exchange..
Cash......................................................


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Capital stock paid in ....................... ¡8 ' 30,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
6.000 00
Undivided profits.............................
11.075.56
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ................................................
21,831.49
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
13,574.85
Time certificates of deposit— .
54.683.90
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national hanks...................
246.70
Due to state and private banks
and hankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

185.25
2,629.19

T o t a l......................................... S 137.412.50

64

F IF T E E N T H

Cook

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Farmers Bank of Cook
Charter N o. 100.

(Incorporated).

Louis Schacht..................................... President | James R. T obor.. ......... ........................Cashier
W. O. T o m e r............................ Vice-President I ..................................................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 113.031.76
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
3.235.75
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..................................... ................
Bonds.....................................................................
Other a s s e ts ................ .........................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ...............................................
5.590.00
Other real.estate................................... ..............
Current expenses and taxespaid
1,144.91
Preii.inm on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......... ...........................
Cash item s............................. .............................
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers ..........
33.331.90
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash.................................................. ..
8.975.72
T o ta l........................... ............. $ 165,313.04

Cordova

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 17,500.00
Surplus fund......................................
10.000.00
Undivided profits..............................
3.687.17
Dividends unpaid................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................. 122,787.19
Demand <lertificates of dep osit..
6,971.04
Time certificates of deposit.........
4.355.00
Certified c h e c k s ...................................... .............
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
12.64
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable........................................................

T o ta l................. ...................... $ 165,313.04

The Cordova State Bunk
Charter No. 639,

(Incorporated)

P. H. U p d i k e . ............. .
President l A. G. Burba-k......................................... Cashier
.. Vice-Pres'dent IB. S. Burbank..................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. I
RESOURCE 1

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts...................... $ 50.260.25
Overdrafts, secured and Unse­
cured .............................. ............ .
20 21
stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .......................................... ...............
Bonds.................. ................ ................ ......
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ....................................
1,65(1.00
Other real e sta te .............................
...........
Current expenses and taxes paid
2.139.09
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
838.02
Cash items .......................................
166.11
Due from nafonal, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
6.987.20
Checks and items of exchange....................
Currency............................
1.515.00
G o ld ......................................................
280.00
Silver.......................................
521.21

Capital stock p a i d ...,....................| .5,000.00
l.dOO.OO
Surplus fund.....................................
Undivided profits.............................
4,029.64
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
17,535.97
Demand certificates of deposit..
36.80u.43
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national hanks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..'.............................. ..
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills.payable............... .....................

Total .


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$ 64.375.09

Total

8 64.375.09

SECR ETAR Y

Cornlea

OF TH E STATE

B A N K IN G

BO A R D

65

The Cornlea State Bank
Charter No. 822. (Incorporated)

H. A. Clarke.......................................President |
Peter Bender......................... .Vice-President I

Geo. W . Cobel..................
........... Cashier
J. J. Dickey. ...................Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IABILITIES

Logrns and discounts......................3
36,799.55
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ..............................................
109.56
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a ssets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and
fixtures...........................................
2,749.24
Other real e sta te ................................................
Current expenses andtaxes paid
1,495.07

Capital stock paid in .................... 3
10,000.00
Surplus fu n d ................................................ ........
Undivided profits.....
2,752.62
Divid ends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ............
23,230.51
Demand certificates of deposit. • 1.936,30
Time certificates of lep osit—
14.250.97
Certified checks........................
............ —
Cashier’s cheeks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due t ■state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable..........................................................
/

Premium on time certificates....................
Cash item s...............................................................

Due from national, state

and

private banks andbankers___
8,862.27
Checks and items of exchange......................
C ash ......................................................
2,154.71

$

Total

Cortland

I
52,170.40 ]

.

RESOURCES

52,170.40

Total

The Bank of Cortland
Charter No. 754. (Incorporated)

Fred Boesiger .................................... President I F . A. Burling............................ ......... .Cashier
W m. P. N o r c r o ss .................. Vice-President I ................................................. Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
LIABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts......... ........... 3
43.213.75
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ...........................................
2.114 24
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, warrants, e t c ...............
40.00
Bonds...................... ..................................................
Other a sse ts .............................................. ...........
Banking nou.se furniture and fix­
tures ...............................................
2.500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and tates
paid..................................................
3.299.66
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and secur ties ....................................
Cash ite n s .................................... .........................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
43.144.58
Checks and items of exchange......................
Legal tender n o te s.......................
1.370.00
Gold and silver.................................
599.07
Total. ...................................... $


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96.281.30

10,000,00
Capita' stock paid i n .................,3
Surplus fund........................................
1,000.00
Undivided profits...........................
5,700.28
Dividends un p a id .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ..................................................
53.431.34
Demand certificates of deposit ................
Time certificates of deposit—
26,149.68
Certified checks ..................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding..
Due to national banks................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable......................................

Total .....................................I

96,281.30

66

F IF T E E N T H A N N U A L REPO RT OF T H E

Catesfield

First State Bank
Charter No, 879. (Incorporated)

Geo. W . Micklewait......................... President | T. B. Brush................................................Cashier
R, E. M icklewait....................... Vice-President I .................................................Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 26.083.50
Overdrafts, secured a'id unse­
cured.................................................
478.57
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
2,800.00
tures ................................................
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes pa;d ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash items ....... .......... ........... .
. . . . . . : .:
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
6,475.83
Checks and items of exchange..
827.02
Cash.............. ............................ ’...........
2,027.52

Capital stock paid in .......................$ 10.000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
503.62
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ...........
24,242.87
Demand certificates of deposit .
1.043.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
2.902 95
Certified c h e c k s ....... ........................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 38,692.44

CowJes

T o t a l......................................... $ 38.692.44

The Cowles Bank
Charter No. 800. (Incorporated)

Henry Gund...........................................President | E. T. F o e ................................. ..............Cashier
C. P. G und.................................Vice-President | .......................................... ..... Assistant Cashier
ST A T E M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... 8 21,965.92
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured...............................................
547.20
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ............................................... ..........
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ....................................
375.00
Other real e sta te.................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
396.82
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.................... ................
Cash item s..................
2.85
Due from national, state and pri­
2,207.70
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exchan ge..
208.92
Cash..............
1,448.79

Capital stock paid in ....................... 8
5,000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
1,500.00
Undivided profits.............................
1,087.07
Dividends unpaid ..............................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
19.488.03
Demand certificates of deposits.
962.00
Time certificates of deposit.....
5,116.10
Certified checks...................................................
Bills payable...........................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I

33,153.20

Total

I

33,153.20

SECRETARY

Cozad

OF T H E S T A T E

B A N K IN G

67

BOARD

The Cozad State Bank
Charter No. 870. (Incorporated.)

Chas. E. A lle n .................................. President I E. E Cook.................................................. Cashier
Lester U. L o w e .................... Vice-President I
.............................................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 32.638.77 Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..................................................
322.22 |
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c .......................................................■..
Bonds........................................................................
Other a ssets.. .....................................................
Banking house furniture & fixtures
1.489.27
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.291.70
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s*.............1..
................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
1.244.65
Checks and items of exchange..
1,449.78
3,088.79
Cash......................................................

T o ta l.............................................$ 41,525.18

Crab Orchard

Capital stock paid in ............ .......... $ 15.000.00
Surplus fu n d ..........................................................
Undivided profits............................
1,319.18
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual dep isits subject to
ch eck................................................
20,735.10
Demand certificates of deposit..
25.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
4,445.90
Certified ch eck s..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national hanks........................................
Due to state and private hanks
and bankers. .................................
N otes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

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

11,525.18

The Bank of Crab Orchard
Charter No. 104. (Incorporated)

C. L. Rothell...................................... President j Prank R o tb e ll........................................... Cashier
O A . Bailey.............................Vice-President I ................................................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
L IAB ILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... f 49,064.72
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
1,569.28
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .............................. ...........................
Bonds........................................................................
Interest p a id ........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
5,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
432.40
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.....................................
Cash i t e m s .............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankei's............
18.204.77
Checks and items of exchange..
298.64
Currency..........................
3.033.00
S p ecie...................................................
1.260.61
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

S 78.863.42

Capital stock paid in .......................$ 15,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1,500.00
Undivided profits.............................
806.51
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check . . . . ^ ......................................
45,228.98
Demand certificates of deposit..
16.202.93
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
125.00
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers................... «..............
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable.....................................

Total

Ì

78.863.40

68

F IF T E E N T H

Crab Orchard

ANNUAL

REPORT

OF T H E

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 818.

Solon Bacon
I. S . P la tt...

(Incorporated)

.........President I H . C. P la tt..................................... ....C ash ier
Vice-President | ...............................................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... | 23.029.2?
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured............ ....................................
1,571,30
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.................................... .................................. \
Other assets..........................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tu r e s ...........................................
1,470.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses arid taxes paid
3.099.54
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities ................
Cash items ........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
3.514.96
vate banks and bankers...........
Checks anditems of e xch an ge...
85.95
Currency...........................................
1,54100
([¡old, silver and fractional mon- ................
e y s......................................................
835.83

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 10 ,000.00
Surplus fund...........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
3.214.79
Dividends unpaid........................................’ ........ .
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ................................................
17.484.08
Demand certificates of deiiosit..
1,682.23
Time certificates of deposit.......
2.766.75
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding.........................
Due to national b an k s...................................... ’
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................................. ..
N otes and bills re-discounted___

T o ta l......................................... $ 35,147.85

^ra*Î5

T o ta l........................................ $ 35,147.85

The Craig State Bank
Charter No. 550 [Incorporated]

J . E. French.
A. L. Tucker

.........President I A< L. McPherson................................... Cashier
Vice-President | .................................................Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loansand discounts....................... $ 74.855.98
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured .................................................
458.34
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims etc ..........................................................
State warrants.....................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................ .................
3.330 00
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and b ankers............
19.276.6!
Checks and items of exchan ge..
264.02
Currency.............................................
1.194.00
Coin ......................................................
2,269.61

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 10 000 0*
Surplus fund......................................
2.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
823.11
Dividends unpaid............................................ .
Individual deposits subject to
check ...............................................
54,710.20
Demand certificates of deposit..
189.65
Time certificates of deposit___
32.670.14
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
655.46
Bills payable......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 101,048.56

Total

$ 101.048.56

SECR ETAR Y OF TH E ST A T E

Craig

B A N K IN G

BO A R D

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 755

(Incorporated)

J. C. Martin......................................... .President I E. J. M artin.. . . . . . . . . . .......... ................Cashier
E. D. Martin . . . . . . . . . ............ .Vice-President | .................................................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts ................... .$
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.............. ............................... .
Stocks, securities, judgments,

66.11392
1.490.49

claims, etc................................................ .

Bonds.......................................................................
Other assets ........................: ................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
2,809.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid .................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.................. . ................
Cash item s..................... ...
....... .................
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers............
3,717.92
Checks and items of exchange .
1.137.46
C u r r e n c y ........ .. ........................
2,675.00
Coin.......................................................
2.020.71
T otal............ . . . . .................... I

Crawford

79,964.50

Capital stock paid in ................... .$ 12,000.00
Surplus fund........ .....................
650.00
Undivided profits........... .................
638.79
Dividends unpaid........................................... .......
Individual deposits subject to
check ..........................
82.387.77
Demand certificates of deposit..
877.25
Time certificates of d ep osit... .
29.030.81.
Certified c h e c k s ............................ . ................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks....................
379.88
Due to state, and private banks
and bankers................................
..........
Notes and bills re-discounted___' . ............. .
Biils payable. . . . . . . . .......... ^. . . . . .
4,000.00

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

79,964.50

The Commercial State Bank
Charter No.

107,

(Incorporated)

Leroy H a ll,........................................... President | P. L. H a ll............................................ ..Cashier
AndreV V etter ..................... .Vice-President | Libbie L. Zicas................. Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts.............., . . . , $ 109.038.45
Overdrafts secured and unse­
768.82
cured ............ ..................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, etc ................................
Bonds ..................................................
Other assets
... ....................
Banking house, furni ure and fix­
1,394.65
tures .............. ............................ .
1,970.00
Other real e sta te............................ ,
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......... . —
....... 11 60
Cash ite m s .,.. ............................... .
Due from national, state and pri­
32.584.04
vate banks and bankers---- - ..
510.73
Checks and items of exchange..
9.767.76
Cash.......... ............................... ...........

Capital stock paid in ................... .$ 15,000.00
Surplus fund........................................
5,000.00
Undivided profits.....................
3.255.13
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individval deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
93.636.63
Demand certificates of deposit..
3.253.05
Time certificates of deposit........
34.459.20
Certified checks.............................. ................
Cashier's checks outstanding___
4.50
Due to national hanks.......................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers...................................
1,437.54
Notes and bills re-discounted..........
Bills p a y a b le ..,................................ .

Total


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$ 156 046.05

Total

$ 156.046.05

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Creighton

ANNUAL

REPORT OF TH E

The Security Bank of Creighton
Charter No. 466

H. A. C h en e y .........
W . H. Butterfield.

(Incorporated)

............President I P. N. Austin........................................... Cashier
•Vice-President I M. C vvilde . . . . . . .........Assistant Cashier
! H. W . W oodw orth....... Assistant Cashier
ST A 1’EMENT. NOVEMBER 12, 1906

RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 185,589.20
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
2,852.33
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c .................................. .
................

Capital stock paid in ...................... $ 25.000.00
10.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
Undivided profits ...........................
1.175.87
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k .......................
108,391.42
Demand certificates of dep osit..
6,219.75
Time certificates of deposit....... 111,558.32
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
487.95
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
4,846.29
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable...........................................................

Bonds.................................................................

Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
8.000.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
547.46
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash ite m s............. .. ...............................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exchange..
Gold ....................................................
Currency................................ ...........
T o t a l ....'...................................$ 261,679.60

Creighton

T o ta l..........................................$ 267,679,60

Bank of Creighton
Oha ter No. 475.

(Incorporated)

Robert M. Per t o n ___ ..................... President 1 Cbas. Atkinson.............
G..M. Peyton.................
I C. E. Peyton ...................
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1908
R 3SOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts............ ......... $ 91.970.71
Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 25,000.00
Overdrafts secured and unse­
Surplus fund ..........
5,000.00
c u r e d ..^ .........................................
834 87
Undivided profits............................
1.870.99
Stocks, securities, judgments,
Dividends unpaid..................................................
Individual deposits subject to
claims e t c .........................................................
Bonds............................
—
c h e e k ................................................
66.026.93
Other assets ........................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
800 00
Banking house furniture and fix­
Time certificates of deposit.........
63,083.22
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
tures .................................................
8,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Cashier's ohecks outstanding..........................
Current expenses and taxes paid
935.52
Due to national bank s........................................
Premium on U. S. and other
Due to state and private banks
bonds and securities.................... ................
and bankers...................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Due from national, state and pri­
Bills payable....................................
vate banks and bankers.............
51.860.82
Checks and items of exchange..
478.36
Cash..........................................................
7,702.86

T o ta l......................................... $ 161,781,14


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Total ..........................................$ 161,781.14

SECRETARY

Creighton

OF T H E ST A T E

B A N K IN G B O A R D

71

The Citizens State Bank
Charter No. 883.

(Incorporated)

Frank P Berger.................................President | H. J. Bingenheim er............................. Cashier
J. F. G reen........................... . Vice-President i ................................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 50.288.12
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
161 59
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ....... . ................................................
Bonds .................................. . ...............................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
5,959 47
Other real e sta te — ..........................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,082.37
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.......................................
Cash item s....................................... . ................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
2,391.49
Checks and items of exchange..
1.656.21
„ . I .................... ............................
1 520 00
Cash f .......................
690.01

Capital stock paid in ................... S 20,500.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
1,154.11
Dividends unpaid..................................................
Indivual deposits subject to
ch eck ........................................
24,562.33
Demand certificates of deposit..
3,403.07
8,331.13
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..
148.82
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted—
1,653.10
Bills payable......................................
4,000.00

v

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

Crestón

63.755.56

T o t a l......................................... $ 63,755.56

The Citizens State Bank
Charter No. 514.

(Incorporated)

...President I S. T. F lem in g...................................... Cashier
Vice-President | H. W . L u e d tk e ................ Assistant Cashier

E R. Gurney.
E. T. Graham

STA TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... S 65,699 37
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
719.92
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ................ ...................
Bonds....................................................
Other assets ......................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
4,000.00
tures ................................................
600.00
Other real e sta te ......................... . •
1,084.71
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
31.05
Cash item s...................................... ..
Due from national, state and pri­
14,088.68
vate banks and bankers............
14.49
Check and items of e xch an ge...
1,996.59
Cash.......................................................

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 12,°00.00
Surplus fund......................................
200.00
Undivided profits ...........................
3,127.52
Dividends unpaid............ ...................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
38.899.65
Demand certificates of dep osit..
5.706.36
Time certificates of deposit ----28,038.76
Certified checks.................. ................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
262.52
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

Total


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I

88,234.81

Total

$ 88,234.81

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Crete

The Crete State Bank
Charter No. 487.

(Incorporated)

T. H. Miller........................................... President I Harry W . Gasser......... ......................... Cashier
C. B. Anderson...................... Vice-President I Jam esG, M ille r ............... Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts..................... $ 497.739.92
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ...............................................
473.19
Stocks, securities judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................................
Bonds and warrants......................
20,100.00
Other assets......................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................
Other real e sta te ...........................
Current expenses and taxes
paid.........................................................................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash item s........................................
716.11
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
112,153.83
Checks and items of exchange..
3,046.66
Cash...................................................
20,560.13
T o t a l......................................... $ 654.789.84

Crofton

Capital stock paid in ..................
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided profits...........................

50.000.
50.000.
10.895.97

Individual deports subject to
ch eck.............. ...............................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit___

204.118.29
200.390.80

Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable....................................

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

4.066.70
8.028.06
127.290.02

654,789.84

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 909. (Incorporated)

D. A. M atthew s................................ President I Chas. Ruden........................................... Cashier
Geo. M. B ly .................................. Vice-President! | ................................................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts.................;.. J
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ...............................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ....................................
Bonds..................................................
Other a s s e ts ....................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
Other real e s t a t e ...........................
Current expenses and taxes
paid..................................................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities..................
Cash item s.................................... ....
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
Checks and items of exchange.
Cash.................................................

Total


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.$

40,069.96
1,945.89

2.621.43
1.533.11

Capital stock paid in ................ .: $
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided profits, n e t.................
Dividends unpaid...........................
Individual deposits subject to
cneck...............................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit. ...
Certified c h e c k s .............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.............. .................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable....................................

10 . 000.00

” 2.096. Ü
26,984.71
557.56
8.911.20

10.000.00

8.861.84
35.55
3.481.80

58,549.58

Total

.$

58.549.58

00
00

SECRETARY OF TH E ST A T E

Culbertson

B A N K IN G B OARD

73

The Culbertson Bank
Charter No. 112. (Private)

Geo. G. Eisenhart.......................................Owner I Geo. G. Eisenhart................................ Cashier
........................................................ Vice-President | A. C. Eisenhart............... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 58,671.48
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,369.64
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
2.500,00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities ....................................
Cash items ....... ..................... ,...._ ......................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and bankers............
69.966.90
Checks and items of exchange........................
Cash ..................................................
7.458.19

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
2,313.b7
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck........... .................................. 106.757.11
Demand certificates of deposit..
1.889.25
12,073.46
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding—
6,932.72
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 139,966.21

Curtis

T o t a l.............. .........................$ 139,966.21

The State Bank of Curtis
Charter No. 113.. (Incorporated)

A.
G Hagadorn.............................. President | J. E. B o a s .................................................Cashier
.................. ...................................... Vice-President! ................................................. Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 118.111.01
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
2,795.78
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims etc ............ ............................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other a s s e ts ....................................................—
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................
4,500.00
Other real e sta te ........... ........... .
................
Current expenses and taxes paid 3.563.44
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.
42.436.62
Checks and items of exchange..
4.122.47
Cash.....................................
7.783,61

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 15.000.00
Surplus fund.................................
10,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
10.324.99
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check ............................................... 113.151.35
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
730.00
Time certificates of
deposit...
34,106.59
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 183,312.93

Total

$ 183,312.93

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Cushing

REPORT OF TH E

The Cushing State Bank
Charter No. 939

(Incorporated)

M. V. Scott . ........................................ President ! V. E. Evans .......................................... Cashier
F. K . Sprague...........................Vice-President | ...............................................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEM BER 12, 1906
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts.......................$
2,570.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .....................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........ ...............................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tu r e s .................... ...........................
1,075.00
Other real estate .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
103.85
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash ite m s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and bankers............
2.353.17
Checks and items of exch an ge.....................
Cash......................................................
2,489.05
T o t a l .....'................................. $

Dakota City

Capital stock paid in ...................... $
5.000.00
Surplus fund...........................................................
Undivided profits ...........................
6.45
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
2,924.62
Demand certilicates of deposit..
660.00
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified checks..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks.*......... .............................
•Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable.................................•...

8,591.07

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

8,591,07

Bank of Dakota City
Charter No. 116.

(Private)

M. O. A yres..... ...........................................Owner | ...................................................................... Cashier
....................................................... Vice-President [ ........................ ................................. Asst, Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12. LOS
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 123 035.56
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ....................................................... .............
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims e t c ..........................................................
Bonds....................: ..................................................
Other a s s e t s ....... ..................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
2,500.00
Other real esta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
3,716.79
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities. . . ; ............
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
47.310.35
Checks and items of exchange............. ........
Cash......................................................
3,387.19

T o ta l......................................... I 180,599.89


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L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 20,000.00
Surplus fund ..........................................................
Undivided p rofits............................
6,823.94
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to .
c h eck ....... ............................................
61.190.15
Demand certificates of deposit..
2,961.38
Time certificates of deposit.........
81,624.42
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national bank s........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable....................................

T o t a l.................... .....................8 180,599.89

SECR ETAR Y

OF TH E ST A T E

B A N K IN G

BO A R D

75

The Bank of Danbury

Danbury

Charter No. 117. (Incorporated)
B E A sh to n .....
......................President I T. E. McDonald ..................................... Cashier
......................•;............................. Vice-President I J. W . N u tt............................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 86,910.62
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ..............................................
499.66
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claim s.etc............................................................
Bondi........................................................................
Tax Certificates ...................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..............
2,809.41
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2.560.37
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cas.i item s..........................................
259.05
Due from national, state and pri­
vate bankers..................................
78.915.51
Checks and items of exchange........................
Cu rrency.............................................
5,819.00
S p ecie...................................................
6.794.69

Capital stock paid in ..................... I 25,000,00
Surplus fund....................................
3,000.00
Undivided p rofits.............................
6,021,00
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck..................................... ..........
81,536.50
De nand certificates of deposit..
27,825.91
Time certificates of deposit.......
41,184.90
Certified c h e c k s.................. ................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national b a n k s ........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable — ..............................

T o ta l.......................................... $ 184.508.31

Dannebrog

T o t a l......................................... $ 184.568.31

The Dannebrog State Bank
C

n !er No 118. (Incorporated)

C C Hansen
..............................President I T. J. H a n se n .......................................... Cashier
s ! Hansen .............................. Vice-President i L. C. Madsen ................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
LIABILITIES

R 1 4OU 1C E 4
Loans and Discounts......................3
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .....................................
Bonds - ................................................
Other assets ......................................
Banking house fu rniture and fix­
tures..................................................
Otner real e s ta te .........................
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
Cash ite m s ....................................... .
Dues from nat’l, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers ...........
Checks and items of exchange..
Currency.............................................
G old.......................................................
Silver, nickles and cents..............
Total.


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68 594.15
4.114 83

5.040.51
2.332’83

Can ta1 stock paid in ..................... $ 15.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
3,000 00
Undivided profits.............................
5.500.44
Dividends unpaid................................. >..............
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................... .........
32,137.49
Demand certificates of deposit..
8,980.27
Time certificates of deposit.......
33,199 78
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Dne to national banks.................... ................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
29,574.34
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

43.652.08
115.67
1.548.00
1.775.00
219.22
127,392.32

T o ta l.......................................... I 127,392.32

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F IF T E E N T H

Davenport

ANNUAL

REPORT OF

THE

The Jennings State Bank
Charter N o. 120.

(Incorporated)

M. Jennings.......................................... President |W . H. Jennings.................................... Cashier
A. W . Jennings......................... Vice-President |H. B. Jennings................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 76.269.66
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
183.22
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...................................... ................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ......................... ...........................
Banking house furniture and fixtures..................................................
3.500.00
Other real e sta te .............. ..................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
303.85
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
Cash it e m s .........................................
Due from national, state and private banxs and bankers ...........
12.705.52
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
3,726. (X)

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 15.000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
5.000.00
Undivided profits.............. ..............
3.003.35
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
72.983.78
ch eck ................................................
Demand certificates of deposit .
28,231.05
Time certificates of deposit.........
2 470.07
Certified c h e c k s .................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding ...
Due to national oanks...................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted ...
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 126,688.25

T o t a l......................................... $ 126,688.25

Davcy

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 756. (Incorporated)

Henry Harkson......................................President I J. J. R efshauge...................................Cashier
Louis Hanson.............................. Vice-President I .............................................. Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES
L IA B IL IT IE S
Loans and discounts....................... | 50,591.58
Overdrafts, secured find unse­
cured................................................
507.06
Stocks, securities, julgm ents.
claims, e tc .................................. .....................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
2 665.00
tures ................................................
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
889.43
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers...'.........
26.322.95
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
2.223.92

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I

83.199.94

8,000.00
Capital stock paid in ..................... $
Surplus fu n d ........... .......................
1,100.00
Und’vided profits.............................
1.183.5a
Dividends jnpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck...............................................
27,287.93
Demand certificates of deposit..
6,354.32
Time certificates of deposit.......
39.274.11
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
D
U G to
LiU national
IJ LlUI-TOiL banks
UCllIIXS
Due
Due to state ana private banks
and bankers........................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........
Bills p ay ab le ..........................................

Total

S 83.199.94

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O F T H E S T A T E B A N K IN G

BO A R D

77

The Dawson Bank

Dawson

Charter No. 670. (Incorporated)
M. B. Ryan................... ...................... President
Daniel Riley............................. Vice-President

M. R ile y ................................................. Cashier
N. T . R ile y .. ..................Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 13, 1906.
L IABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts......................$
94.105.31
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ..............................................
1.625.48
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds.............................
10,000.00
Other a ssets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and
fixtures......................
3,500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
834.54
Premium on time certificates......................
Cash item s..................
122.20
Due from national, state and
private banks andbankers—
83,316.33
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
4.645.46

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

Daykin

198,149.32

Capital stock paid i n ....................$
Surplus fu n d ....................................
Undivided profits...........................
Dividends unpaid.............................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck...............................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit—
Certified checks.............................
Cashier’ s checks outstanding. .
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and b ankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable....................................

20 , 000.00
10 , 000.00

2,382.24
139,724.81
26.042,27

198,149.32

T o ta l.

The Jefferson County Bank
' Charter No. 122. (Incorporated)

G W Hansen
.................................President I P. W . Denny............................................Cashier
J. V. Sw itzer............ .............. Vice-President I P. E. H e m e n o v e r............. Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
LIABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts......................$
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .............................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, warrants, e t c ..............
Bonds..................................................
Other a sse ts....................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ...............................................
Other real e sta te ...........................
Current expenses and taxes
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities................
Cash items ...............'........................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers —
Checks and items of exchange.
Cash....................................................
Total,


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,$

62.274.86
27 51

1. 100.00
357.82

Capital stock paid in ................... I
10,000.00
Surplus fund..............
3,000.00
Undivided profits.....
1.514.74
Dividends unpaid ................ ................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k .........................
31.767.91
Demand certificates of deposit
10,782.55
Time certificates of deposit—
23,841.32
Certified c h e c k s ..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..
Due to national banks................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable......................................

13,788.74
’ :i,357'59
80,906.52

Total

80,906.52

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Decatur

A N N U A L REPORT OF T H E

The Decatur State Bank
Charter No. 825

(Incorporated)

C.
H. W , B u sse ................................President | E. A. Hanson..........................................Cashier
P. B. G ordon............................ Vice-President I Julie tt Hamilton................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 63,540.15
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
78.52
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets.............................................. .........
Banking house, furniture und fix­
tures ..................................................
3,300.00
Otherreal e sta te ...................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
'3,364.28
Premiums on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s......................................... ................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............. 15,060.70
Checks and items of e xch an ge...
559.18
Gold coin.................................
..
160.00
Currency...............
2,345.00
Silver nickels and ce n ts.
489.62

Capital stock paid in ......... '......... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1,300.00
Undivided profits.............................
4.350 97
Dividends unpaid.............................
2tk00
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ................................................
54.826.03
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
15.360.75
Certified c h e c k s..............................
3,040.00
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks...................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p ay ab le,....................................

T otal.......................................... $ 88,897.75

Denton

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

88.897.75

The Denton State Bank
„

Charter No. 927.

(Incorporated)

L.
J. D u n n .,..,................................ President i C. S. Knodle............................................ Cashier
........................................................ Vice-President | ............................................ . Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................S 13,211.27

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 10.000.00
Suiplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits...........
518.01
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposit subject to
check ...............................................
11,672.62
Demand certificates of deposit..
974.67
Time certificates of d ep osit...
. 2.641.00
Certified c h e c k s ...............................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
75
Stocks, securities; judgments.
claims, e tc ............................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture & fixtures
2.964.09
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expences and taxes paid
429.71
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities............................ , ..........
Cash item s...............................................................
Due from nat’l, state and private
banks and bankers.....
6,308 02
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash.....................................
2,892.46

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.1 25.806.3

Total

$ 25,806.30

SECRETARY

Deshler

OF T H E S T A T E B A N K I N G BO A R D

79

The State Bank of Deshler
Charter No 586

(Incorporated)

J. O. W alk er............................................ President I Roy. A. Bush...................................... Cashier
Robt. T w e e d ................................ Vice-President ! ............ ................................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... I 75,307.28
Overdrafts, •secured and unse­
cured.....................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
B o n d s ....................................................... ...............
Other assets.............................. ........................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
3,300.00
Other real e sta te......................... .......................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.171.20
Premiums on U . S. and other
bonds and securities....................................
Cash item s.........................................
1-90
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
40,414.56
Checks and items of exchange......................
Paper currency and gold............
6,102.00
Silver, nickels a n d e e n t s ...........
551.71

Capital stock paid in ....................I
10.000.00
Surplus fund..............
9,000.00
2.651.25
Undivided profits.....
Dividends u n pa id .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck .........................
49,576.35
Demand certificates of deposit.
40.861.70
Time certificates of deposit—
14,759.35
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..
Bills payable....................................

T o t a l......................................... 3 126.848.65

Deweese

T o ta l........................................ 3 126,848.65

The State Bank of Deweese
Charter No. 829.

(Incorporated)

S.
C . Tnompson............., , , ............... President I Ira Titus......... . ..................................Cashier
o ' L. L ew is.............. Vice-President I ..................................................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................S 19.543.61
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured...............................................
1.019.35
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, ect ........................................ ...............
Bonds................................................ .......................
Other a ssets................................ ..........................
Banking house furuiture and fix­
tu res................................................
1.400.00
Other real estate ....................... ..................... .
Current expenses and taxes paid
209.53
Premium on U . S, and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
2,434.87
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash....................................................
2.150.18

Capital stock paid in ....................$
5.000.00
Surplus fund....................................
200.00
Undivided Profits .........................
663.75
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ................
7,474.89
Demand certificates of deposit.
8,690.00
Time certificates of deposit—
4.728 90
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills p a y a b le ....................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,$

26,757.54

Total

$ 26,757.54

80

F IF T E E N T H

DeWitt

A N N U A L R E P O R T OF T H E

The Farmers and Merchants Bank
Charter N o. 643.

(Incorporated).

C. H. Buck...........................................President [ J. R. Barger............................................ Cashier
H. Damkroger...........................Vice-President 1 Chas. W , B oggs................ Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 88.135,96
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
259.98
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c .....................................
146.35
Bonds........ ...............................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ...............................................
6.500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
7.09
Preminm on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.........................................
125.00
Due from national, state and pri­
57,358.33
vate banks and bankers ...........
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
3,832,26

Capital stock paid i n ................... .$ 20,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
3.000.00
Undivided profits..............................
4,810.64
Dividends unpaid.. .'.............................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ................................................
70,650.84
Demand Certificates of d eposit..
57,903.49
Time certificates of deposit.............................
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding......................
Due to national hanks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 156,364.97

T o ta l......................................... $ 156.364.97

DeWitt

The Home State Bank
Charter No. 746.

(Incorporated)

A.
Thomas.................... ..................President I Fred. D. W ild ........................................... Cashier
H. A. M eister......................... Vice-President | ................................................... Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 26,968.72
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
535.00
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
3,300.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash ite m s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
17.837.72
Checks and items of exchange..
188.89
Currency.............................................
1,262.00
S p e cie ...................................................
392.15
T o ta l..........................................$ 50,484.48


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L IABILITIES
Capital stock paid........................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
2,790.24
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
20.624.4 >
Demand certificates of deposit..
17.069.76
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................ *
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p a y a b le ............................... ..........................

T otal..........................................| 50.484.48

SECRETARY

Diller

OF T H E S T A T E

B A N K IN G

BOARD

81

The Diller State Bank
Charter No. 773.

(Incorporated)

.........President I O. J. Mayborn.................................... Cashier
Vice-President I ............................................. Assistant Cashier

A . Mayborn
Alex Bell. .

ST A TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 83.656.72
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
460.62
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures...................................................
5,517.75
Other real e s ta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,236.44
Premiums on U S. and other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash it e m s .............................................. ...............
Due- from national, and private
banks and bankers.......................
20,356 33
Checks and items of exchan ge......................
Cash......................................................
3,345.36

Capital stock paid in......................$ 20,000.00
Surplus fund.......................................
150.00
4,254.75
Undivided profits.......... .................
Dividends unpaid ............................. ................
Individual deposit subject to
45,964.51
ch eck................................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
20,548.85
Time certificates of deposit.........
24,655.11
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks ................
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p a y a b le ........................................................,.

Total ...........; ............................$ 115,573.22

Dixon

T o t a l......................................... $ 1X5,573.22

The Dixon State Bank
Charter No 759. (Incorporated)

Ed. O. Flaherty........................................President I W . P. T ru a x ..........................................Cashier
R F. Delay ................................... Vice-President ! J. J. D elay...................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 51,130 67
overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,340 45
Stocks, securities, judgments,
ments, claims e t c ...........................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets......................... ..............................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
2.900.00
Other real esta te .................................................
Current exoenses and taxes paid.
710.43
Interest paid..........................
429.33
Cash item s..............
3.08
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers.......
9,056.44
Checks and items of exchange............. ........
Cash......................................................
1,877.17

Capital stocK paid in . . . . ..............I 14,000.00
Surplus fund............................
2.000.00
Undivided p ro fits.................... ’—
1.928.88
Dividends unpaid ...............................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
24,022.48
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit..........
22,221.20
Certified checks....................... ...........................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks....................
275.01
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable......................................
3,000.00

- Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,$

67,447.57

Total

$ 67,447.57

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Dodge

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 128.

(Incorporated)

Edwin H o o k .........................................President I Herman Holsten....... ............................Cashier
John Bauer............................... Vice-President ! W ill R. Hrabak................. Assistant Cashier
I James H, H ook................ Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts...................... $ 238.052.56
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured...............................................
2.971.38
Stocks, securities judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds and warrants............................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking nouse furniture and fix­
tures...................................
4,180X9
Other real esta te ......................................... ......
Current expenses and taxes
paid.....................................
3,273.88
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities .......................................
Cash item s....................................'..
1,763.44
Due from national,state and
private banks and bankers___
88,242.46
Checks and items of exchange........................
Cash.......................................
12.897.06
T o t a l......................................... ! 351.380.87

Doniphan

30,000.00
Capital stock paid in ....................$
surplus fund....................................
12,000.00
Undivided profits.....................
18.773.30
Dividends unp aid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
86,523.59
Demand‘bertificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit___
204,083.98
Certified ch eck s................ .................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable....................................

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

351,380.87

The Bank of Doniphan
Charter No. 129. (Incorporated)

C. P. Bentley......................................President I John Schw yn......... ...............................Cashier
......................................................... Vice-President I H. E. Punk........................ Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCE 3

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts......................$
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ......................................... .
Stocks, securities, juag nents.
claims, e t c ....................................
Bonds..................................................
Other assets.....................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
Other real e s t a t e ...........................
Current expenses and taxes
paid..................................................
Premium on U S. and other
bonds and securities..............
Cash item s.................................... ..
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
Checks and items of exchange.
C a sh ....................................................

i'otal


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

71.712.75

4.000.00
748.53

Capital stock paid in ................... $
12.500.00
Surplus fund................................
5.000.00
Undivided profits ...............
3.359.59
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
cneck...............................................
66,632.61
Demand certificates of deposit.
32.120.33
Time certificates of deposit__
35.277.65
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks............ ..
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable....................................

73.401.21
5.027X9

,$ 154,890.18

Total

.$

154.890.18

SECR ETAR Y

Dorchester

OF T H E S T A T E

B A N K IN G

BO A R D

The Dorchester State Bank
Charter No. 130

(Incorporated)

J. H. Clark.............................................President I A. B. K enyon.......................................... Cashier
W . P. Thom pson....................... Vice-President | ..................... . ..........................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts ......................1 105.280 84
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
86.97
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds................... ....................................................
Other assets ...................................... , ...............
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures ...........................: ...................
4,500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash items ............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
57,034.08
Checks and items of e x c h a n g e ....................
Gold.......................................................
2,120.00
Bills and Silver................................
5,025.17

Capital stock paid in ......................f 25,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
15,000.00
2,655.11
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid..............................
65.00
Individual deposits subject to
check ...............................................
86.175.77
Demand certificates of deposit..
45.151.18
Time certificates of deposit.................
Certified ch eck s............................... —
Cashier’s checks outstanding...............
Due to national banks.............................
Due to state, and private banks
and bankers..............................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...............
Biils payable...............................................

T o ta l.......................................... •$ 174,047.06

T o ta l......................................... $174,047.06

Douglas

The Bank of Douglas
Charter No.

131.

(Incorporated)

Chas. Marshall..................................... President | J. L. M arshall...................... ...Cashier
a . H. H o stetter....................... Vice-President | ............................... ............... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
L IABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 100,131.14
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
960.23
cured..................... ...........................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds ................................................ .
•"•• •••
Other assets .............. .................... ................
Banking house, furni ure and fixtu r e s .................................................
3,210.10
Other real e sta te ......................... .
742.94
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities................
Cash item s....................................... ..
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers.............
28.583.92
Cash......................................................
5,379.39

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,$ 139 007.72

Capital stock paid in .................. ..$ 20,000.00
Surplus fund........................................
6,500.00
Undivided profits.............................
1.767.98
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individval deposits subject to
ch eck....................................................
93,426.30
Demand certificates of deposit..
4,097.00
Time certificates of deposit.........
12.093.42
Certified ch ecks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
1,123.02
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

Total

I 139.007.72

F IF T E E N T H

84

DuBois

ANNUAL

REPORT OF TH E

The State Bank of DuBois
Charter No. 132.

0 Variier............................................... President
C. W . Meier — ........................ Vice-President

(Incorporated)
] A. H. P elton...........................................Cashier

ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 69.778.90
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
853.81
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, etc .... ..................................
40.00
Bonds ....................................... ...........................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
3.075.00
Other real e s t a t e .............................
2,080.73
Current expenses and taxes paid
639.63
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash ite m s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and b ankers............
57 961.18
Checks and items of exchange..
221.48
Currency.............................................
2,368,00
S p ecie.................................... ...........
1.653.05
Nickles and c e n t s ...........................
41.94

Capital stock paid in ................ 15.000,00
Surplus fund.....................................
3,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
2.184.62
Dividends unpaid................................................. .
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
64,266.16
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
54,242.97
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified checks...................................................
Cas ier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................................... ......... —
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable.......................................... ...........

T o ta l......................................... $ 138,693.1 5

Total .............. .........................$ 138.693 71

The Dunbar State Bank

Dunbar

Charter No. 133. (Incorporated)
Henry W . Kruse......... ........................ President
Hans P Ande s o n ....................Vice-President

1 Tnomas Murray......................... ......... Cashier
1 H. S. W estbrook............ Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 217.930,21
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
629.71
cured...............................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Interest paid o u t................ .................................
Banking bouse furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
1,500.60
Other real estate ........................ .. ................
Current expenses and taxes paid
933.45
Premium on U. S and other
bonds and s e c u r itie s......................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state.and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
26,996.97
Checks and items of exchange..
291.50
Cash.......................................................
10,048.04

Capital stock paid in ......................1 20,000.00
5.000.00
Su'Plus fund ..................................
Undivided p ro fits...........................
4.701.77
Dividends unpaid........................................ .........
Individual deposits subject to
etmck ............................................... 101,237.34
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of d e p o s it----- 127,390.80
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national hanks.................... ................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................................... .
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable...........................................................

T o t a l......................................... $258,329 91

T o t a l......................................... $ 258,329.91


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SECRETARY

OF TH E S T A T E

B A N K IN G

BO A R D

85

The Dunning State Bank

Dunning

Charter No. 944.
L. E. Southwick.......

(Incorporated)
H. J. Southwick....... ...........................Cashier

..............Vice-President |
STA TE M E N T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $
605.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .....................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................. ................
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
109.75
Premium o n U .S . and other bonds
and securities.....................................................
Cash it e m s ..................................................... . —
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
11,157.46
Checks and items of exchange.. ................
C a s h .....................................................
1,690.40
T O T A L .................................... $ 13.562.61

Dwight

Capital stock paid in ....................... I 10,000.00
Surp'us fund.......................................................
Undivided profits.............................
21.60
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
3,541.01
Demand certificates of deposit..
Time certificates of deposit.........
Certified c h e c k s ..............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding —
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.......
Bills p a y a b le .....................................

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

13.562.61

The Dwight State Bank
Charter No. 774.

(Incorporated)

John W . B urge.................................. President IP J. Matousek......................... ........... Cashier
Mike Slosar................................ Vice-President I ................................................. Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... I 20.385 69
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ................................................
969.95
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other a ssets...................................................... •••
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ..................... ..........................
i -665 59
Other real e sta te ......................... .......................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s............................... ....... ...............
i
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
13.015.68
Checks and items of exchan ge..
1,986.52
Cash..........................................................
2,301.05

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,$ 40,324.48

Capital stock paid in ....................... S 5,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
150 00
Undivided profits.............................
964.23
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
18,725.26
ch e c k ................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
11,228.24
Time certificates of deposit.......
4.256.75
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted . . ..
Bills payable.................................. '..

Total

$ 40.324.48

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Eagle

The Bank of Eagle
Charter No. 839. (Incorporated.)

Geo. Reitter. Jr........... ..................... President 1 L. M. Mielenz...........
Geo. Reitter. S r ........... ......... Vice-President | ........................................
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts............ .......... 3 94,329.17
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..................................................
577.16
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds....................................................
.......
Other asse ts..........................................................
Banking house furniture and iixtu r e s ................................................. . 3.210.66
Other real e sta te .............................
7,400.00
Current expenses and taxes paid ........... .
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Hash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
14,896.41
Checks and items of exchange...
103.00
S p ecie..................................................
1,915.81
Currency.............................................
1.980.00

Capital stock paid in ....... ...............3 20.000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
500.00
Undivided profits.............................
3,268.18
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual dep jsits subject to
ch eck .....................................
56,911.03
Demand certificates of dep osit..
12.4o7.oo
Time certificates of deposit.......
26,326.00
Certified checks ........................................ .......
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due tosta te and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable......................................
5.000.00

T o ta l............................................. $ 124,412.21

Eddyvilie

T o t a l............................................. $ 124,412.21

The Eddyville State Bank
Charter No. 737. (Incorporated)

Diah W oodruff...................................President I B. R. H edglin... ...................................Cashier
T.
F. O’M eara.................... Vice-President I L. E. Branson.. ................ Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 13. 1 0 .
RESOURCES

LI AB L I OIES

Loans and discounts....................... f 36.952.85
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
1.209.97
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......... .............................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ..................................................
2,261.86
Other real e s t a t e ..........................
500.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,295.76
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash it e m s .........................................
11.32
Due from national, stat-. and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
13,475,78
Checks and items of exchange..
14.53
Currency and gold...........................
1,428.00
455.17
Silver, nickels, c e n ts .....................

Capital stock paid in .............................8.000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
2,284.43
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subj ect to
check ..............................................
40,070.91
Demand certificates of deposit..
1.616.15
Time certificates of deposit___5,633.75
Certified checks .................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks ......................................
D u e t is* ate and private banks
and bankers ..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable.....................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3 57,605.24

Total

i

57,605.24

SECR ETAR Y

Edgar

OF T H E ST A T E

B A N K IN G B O A R D

87

The State Bank of Edgar
Charter No. 136.

(Incorporated)

J. O. W alk er........................................President | H. C. H a rt......................................
Cashier
J. F. W alker......................... Vice-President i Butler H a rt...........................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 80.708.22
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.....................................
1.926.61
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets.......................................... ...............
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tu r e s ...................................
5.000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,869.33
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.......................................
Cash item s....................................... .
823.05
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and hankers.
32,043.28
Checks and items of exchange..
4.806.89
6,246.46
C a sh .........................................

Capital stock paid in .................... $ 15,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
4,591.15
Dividends unpaid..................................................
Indivual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
75.328.96
Demand certificates of deposit.. I „
7fi
Time certificates of deposit....... ) '
Certified checks.............................. ................
Cashier's checks outstanding.. .
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................... »...........
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

T o t a l......................................... I 133.423.87

T o ta l......................................... •$ 133,423.87

Edgar

The Clay County State Bank
Charter No. 721.

(Incorporated)

P H U p d ik e....................................... President I C. A. V oorhees..................................... Cashier
.........................................................Vice-President I F. A, V o o rh e e s................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEM BER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... 5 117.014.80
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
2,276.18
cured ........ ........................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ....... ..................................................
Bonds......................■....'..........................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fixtu es ................................................
4,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses a< d taxes paid
3,061.38
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s...................................... ... — .........
Due fr >n national, state and pri­
vate banks andhankers............
14,173.17
Check and items ofexch an ge...
420.88
Currency.............................................
2,193.00
Cash.......................................................
2.735.83

Capital stock paid in ....................... I 15,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1,950.00
Undivided profits.............................
5,467.89
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
80.822.78
Demand certificates of d eposit..
62,634.57
Time certificates of deposit ..........................
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable.................. ...................
10,000.00

T o t a l......................................... $ 175,875.21

T o t a l.................. .......................I 175,875.24


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F IF T E E N T H

Edison

ANNUAL

REPORT OF T H E

The Bank of Edison
Charter No, 767. (Incorporated)

0. A. Miller......................................... President I Geo. P. Sm ith.......................................... Cashier
Chas. Sh a fer.............................. Vice-President |
................................ ,........... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... I 49.266.19
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
349.21
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets ..... .....................................................
Banking house furniture and fixtu r e s ................................................
1.500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,292.15
Premium on U. S. and othei
bonds and securities...................
Cash it e m s .........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks andbankers...............
9,394.94
Checks and items of e xch an ge ..
90.25
2,058.00
Currency.............................................
S pecie..................................................
1,273.11

Capital stock paid in .......................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
1,896.43
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
44,045.37
Demand certificates of deposit .
4,482.05
Time certificates of deposit.............................
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
4,800.00
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

T o t a l....... ................................. 8 65,223.85

Elba

T o t a l.........................................8 65.223.85

The Elba State Bank
Charter No. 557. (Incorporated)

C. C. Hansen .......................................President ) Peter Jepsou..........................................Cashier
C. Jepson...................... ........... Vice-President | ..................................................Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N 0. .NOVEMBER 12. 1.06
L IAB ILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts...... .................$ 45.503.31
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured...............................................
75.91
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds................... .....................................................
Other assets ...................................... ........... .
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1,949.52
■Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,220.01
Cash ite m s.-.................................................... —
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
11,447.81
Checks and items of exchan ge..
1,122.90
Bills, gold and silver certificates
1.782.00
Specie ....... ..................... ...............
1,864 75
Nickles and c e n ts...........................
19.69
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

64,985.90

Capital stock pa;d in ....................... 8 10,000.00
Surplus fu n d .................................* ..
2,500.00
3.303.22
Undivided -profits................. ...........
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck....................................................
24.101.74
Demand certificates of deposits.
7,495.94
Time certificares of d eposit.......
17,585.00
Certified checks...................................................
Bills payable.. .. ...................................................

Total

I

64,985.90

SECR ETAR Y OF TH E ST A T E

Elgin

B A N K IN G

89

BO A R D

The Elgin State Bank
Charter No. 139. (Incorporated)

Geo. N. S e ym ou r.........................: . President I W m . H. Campbell ............................. Cashier
M.
S. Huffm an................... Vice-President I ...............................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts......................$ 180.345.92
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ..............................................
^4,303.87
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a ssets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and
fixtures...........................................
4,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,177.87
Premium on time certificates......................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
51,477.26
Checks and items of e xch an ge .'
686.70
S p e cie .................................................
4,739.01
Currency ...........................................
4,235.00

Capital stock paid i n ....................$
25,000.00
Surplus fu n d ....................................
5,000.00
Undivided profits............... ...........
5,423.13
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck............................. .................
100,390.69
Demand certificates of deposit.
1.708.72
Time certificates of lep osit____
73,550.71
Certified ch ecks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due t •state and private banks
40,892.38
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l.

Elk Creek

251,965.63

Total

251.965.63

The State Bank of Elk Creek
Charter No. 141. (Incorporated)
.................. Cashier
Assistant Cashier

Fred. K. Bod:e ................................... President I ........................
H. N. Libby .............................Vice-President ! H. W . Blume
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts. .................. I
58.976.98
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu re d ............................................
493.04
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, warrants, e t c . . . ................. .............
Bonds..................................................
................
Other a s s e ts .................. ........................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
3.000.00
tures .. . ••........................................
Other real esta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid................ ....................................... ...............
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash it e m s .............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
29,343.08
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Cash....................................................
4,501.54

Capital stock paid in ................... $
10,000.00
Surplus fund...................................
1,250.00
Undivided profits, net ................
. 1,536.48
Dividends u n p a id .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ..............................................
39.617.15
Demand certificates of deposit
36,286.01
Time certificates of deposit____
7,625.00
Certified c h e c k s ..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding........................
Due to national banks...............'
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$

96,314.64

Total

$

96,314.61

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Elkhorn

A N N U A L REPORT OF T H E

The State Bank of Elkhorn
Charter No. 142

(Private)

J. M. Brunner...................................... President I B. B. Baldwin............... .......................... Cashier
...................................................... Vice-President | ................................................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 19J6
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 75,221.74
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
44.47
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets.............................................. ............
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
3,175.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
3,669.41
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
Cash item s......... ................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
55.922.36
Checks and items of exchange..
351.15
Cash......................................................
3.226.73

Capital stock paid in ...................... $ 20.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1.000.00
Undivided profits .........
4,272.41
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck........................
101,838.51
Demand certificates of dep osit..
14.499.94
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified ch eck s..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable..............................' —

T otal.......................................... $ 141,610.86

T o ta l..........................................I 141,610.86

Elm Creek

The Farmers and Merchants Bank
Charter No. 143.

(Incorporated)

T. B. Garrison. S r ..............................President | W . N. Garrison....................................... Cashier
R. D. Garrison......................... Vice-President | R. B. Carpenter.......................... Asst. Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, L06
*

L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 95.929.10
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ................................................
572.91
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets ........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,501.47
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
23.974.81
Checks and items of exchange..
17.95
Currency.............................................
3,270.00
S p e c ie .................................................
2,691.56
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 128,457.80

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 15,000.00
Surplus fund ...................................
1.000.00
Undivided profits............................
5,244.25
Dividends unpaid..................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ................................................
82.653.07
Demand certificates of deposit..
3,817.60
Time certificates of deposit.........
20.742.88
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national b an k s........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable....................................

Total

8 128,457.80

SECRETARY

Elmwood

OF TH E ST A T E

B A N K IN G

BOARD

91

The American Exchange Bank
Charter No. 145. (Incorporated)

E. A. Stopher....................................President I John Gerry S tark ..................................Cashier
L. F. U b ley....... ..................... Vice-President I Leslie G. S tark ....................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 124,478.10
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,140.82
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Interest paid....... ..............................
1,585.22
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
7,000.00
Other real e s t a t e .............................
296.75
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.515.51
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s...........................................
61.22
Due from national, state and pri­
61,110.85
vate bankers..................................
Checks and items of exchange.. .
300.00
Cash.....................
6,991.60

Capital stock paid in ..................... I 25,300,00
Surplus fund.....................................
2,000.00
Undivided p ro fits.............................
6,553,59
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck .................................................
71,580.70
De < and certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit..........
83,847.70
Certified c h e c k s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
14,865 90
Due to national banks ....................
332.19
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

T otal..-.......................................$ 204.480.08

T o t a l......................................... $ 204,480.08

Emergen

The Fain ers State Bank
Charter No 149. (Incorporated)

Fred B iu m e....................................... President | Geo. J. H a a s e ......................................... Cashier
A. A. D a v s ............................. Vice-President i F. F. H a ase..... ................ Assjstant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
L IAB ILITIES

R ESO U R C Ej
Loans and Discounts.................... $ 138.909.76
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
c u r e d ..,............................................
1.233.63
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.................
800.00
Other assets ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
2.203.00
tures..................................................
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
600.49
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash items ..............................................................
Dues from nat’l, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
41,460.57
Checks and items of exchange..
54.85
Cash......................................................
10,186.14

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$

195,448.44

Capital stock paid in..................... S 20.000.00
4.000 00
Surplus fund......................................
Undivided profits.............................
¡7.214.08
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................
70.209.05
Demand certificates of deposit..
1,787.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
82.238 31
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Dne to national banks.................................. —
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable.....................................

Total

.$ 195.448.44

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Ericsori

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Ericson State Bank
Charter N o. 878.

(Incorporated).

Erik Erickson..................................... President I Pred A . Cuscaden........................ ....... Cashier
Robert Cuscaden................... Vice-President I ..................................................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER IS, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts.............. ’. ___ $ 15.360.61
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
341.75
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ........................... ..............................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ...............................................
500.00
Other real e sta te . . . . .........................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,146.35
Preuiinm on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.......................................
Cash item s.............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
4,993.36
vate banks and bankers ...........
Checks and items of exchange..
5.00
Cash.......................................................
1,127.36
T o t a l . . . . .................... ..............$

Eustis

23,474.33

Capital stock paid in .....................$
5,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits..................................
1.826.97
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
13,270.68
Demand Certificates of deposit..
1,518,64
Time certificates of deposit........
1,858.04
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................. .................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

T o ta l..........................................$ 23.474.33

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 151.

(Incorporated)

David H a n n a .................................... President I L. R. E w art.............................................. Cashier
M. W e ll......................... .......... Vice-President I S. E. P e c k ............................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1908.
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 91,979.45
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
1,113.38
cured................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e tc ...........................................................
Bonds.................................................... ................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
2.893.63
Other real e sta te .............................
1,100.00
Current expense's and taxes paid
1,489.68
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
31.266.65
Checks and items of exchange..
283.15
C a s h ......................................................
4.626.25

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I 134.752.19

Capital stock paid...........................$ 12,500.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits............................
3.271.18
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................. :. 96,068.45
Demand certificates of deposit..
22,652.56
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified c h e c k s .................. .............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding____
260.00
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

Total

* 134.752.19

SECR ETAR Y

OF TH E STATE

Eustis

93

B A N K I N G BO A R D

Pioneer Bank
Charter No. 941. (Incorporated)
.........President I L. P. Sornson........................................ Cashier
Vice-President I ...............................................Assistant Cashier

C. S. Tunis ...
G. K. Holbein

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts......................$
7,665.57
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ..............................................
47.13
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a ssets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and
fixtures....................................
598.63
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
206.-19
Premium on time certificates. - ................
Cash item s.........•...................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
17,691.70
Checks and items of exchange.
1,051.89
Currency...........................................
1,825.00
Silver....................................................
505.62

Capital stock paid i n ....................$
8,000.00
Surplus fu n d ............................................... ..........
Undivided profits. . .......................
261.50
Dividends unpaid................ ..................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck...............................................
21,330.03
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of le p o sit___
Certified checks........................... .
Cashier’s checks outstanding. .
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and b ankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable....................................

T o ta l.....................................29,591.53

Ewing

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

29,591.53

The Ewing State Bank
Charter No. 561. (Incorporated)

M. T. Sanders.............. ....................... President I J. L. Fisher..............
S. W . Brion, S r ......... ...........Vice-President | S. W. Brion J r......... ....... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
LIABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts................
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .............................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, warrants, e t c ..............
Bonds..................................................
Other a s s e ts .................. ..................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................
Other real e sta te ...........................
Current expenses and taxes
paid.................................................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities................
Cash it e m s .......................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers —
Checks and items of exchange.
Cash....................................................
Total.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.1

68.307.31
' 731.18

2.500.00

Capital stock paid in ....................$
Surplus fund...................................
Undivided profits, net ...............
Dividends u n pa id ...........................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ..............................................
Demand certificates of deposit
Time certificates of deposit___
Certified c h e c k s ................... ........
Cashier’s checks outstanding..
Due to national banks................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable............................... i ...

10, 000.00

300.00
559.59
43.594.72
5.335.80
33.464.73

13,585.45
2,232.24
5.898.66
93,254.84

Total

$

93,254.84

91

F IF T E E N T H

Ewing

ANNUAL

R E P O R T OF T H E

Pioneer Bank
Charter No. 9H

(Incorporated)

.J. A. Trommershausser................... President 1 J. N. Trommersshauser................... Cashier
L, S . Butler.............................. Vice-President
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 9,229.71
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
1.60
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds............................................................ ............
Other assets.........................................................
Banking house, furniture und fix­
1,300.00
tu r e s............................................ ..
Other real e sta te .......................................... . —
Current expenses and taxes paid
419.55
Premiums on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s....................................................... —
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
9,321.65
Checks and items of exchange. . .
40.29
S p ecie..................................................
158.98
Legal tender notes.........................
2.685.00

Capital stock paid in .................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
1.041.23
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ................................................
8,572.09
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
3.513.46
Certified c h e c k s......................... .........................
Cashier’s checks outstanding... . : ............
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers .......................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted........... ...........
Bills payable..........................................................

T o fa l.......................................... $ 23,156.78

Exeter

T o t a l......................................... S 23,156.78

Wallace & Co., Bankers
Charter No. 742,

(Private)

.................. ............................................... President | W m . H. W a lla c e ..............Owner and cashier
........................................................Vice-President h ............................................... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts............ ........$ 254.242.79
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
988.86
Stocks, securities; judgments.
claims, e tc ............................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture & fixtures
5.500.00
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expences and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from nat’l, state and private
banks and bankers.......................
54,669 02
Checks and items of exchan ge...
70.27
Currency.............................................
6.408.00
S p ecie............................................. 3.572.23

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 50.000.00
50.00c.00
Sue plus fund.....................................
Undivided profits.............................
6 186.44
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposit subject to
c h e c k ............................................... 111.016.85
Demand certificates of deposit.. 108.247.88
Time certificates of deposit..........................
Certified checks ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers......................... .............................
Notes and bills re-discounted........................
Bills p a y a b le ........................................................

T otal........................................... $ 325.451.17

T o t a l......................................... $ 325,451.17


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SECR ETAR Y

Exeter

OF T H E S T A T E

B A N K IN G

B OARD

95

The Exeter State Bank
,

Charter No. 717

(Incorporated)

W . H. T aylor......................................... President I F. R. O'Neil ........................................... Cashier
G.
W . M e e k er......................... Vice-President | ................................................. Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts ..................... I 66,064 35
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..... .........................................
681.09
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets ..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
4,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
826.41
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
230.30
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks andbankers..............
40,678.34
Checks and items of e x c h a n g e ....................
C a sh ....................................................
5.552.06

Capital stock paid in ..................... I 25.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2.500.00
Undivided profits..............
1.808.26
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check ...............................................
51.157.64
Demand certificates of deposit..
37,566.65
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified ch ecks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state, and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Biils payable..........................................................

T o ta l....................................... ..$ 118,032.55

Eaürbury

T o ta l......................................... $ 118.032.55

The Harbine Bank
Charter No.

153.

(Incorporated)
................... Cashier
Assistant Cashier
Assistant Cashier

G W H a n sen ......................................President | H.-F. H o le ...
L. W El .ridge.......................... Vice-President I L. M. Nelson
! S. R M errell..
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906

L IABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 496.453.01
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..................... ...........................
5,394 30
Stocks, securities, judgments,^
claims, e t c ........................... ............................
Bonds ..................................................
18,712.50
Other assets
.....................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tu r e s ................................................
11,990.85
Other real e sta te ............................. ................
Current expenses and taxes paid
837.58
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities..........................................
C.tsh item s....................................... _.....................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............. 120.063.62
Checks and items of exchange..
1.821.69
Cash.......................................................
33.213.44

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 688.486.99

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 50,000.00
Surplus fund........................................ 50,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
19.468.20
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individval deposits subject to
ch eck................................................... 237.465.97
Demand certificates of deposit.. 192.281.09
Time certificates of deposit.............................
Certified c h e c k s ............ ....................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks.....................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................................... 139,271.73
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

Total

$ 688.486.99

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F IF T E E N T H

Fairbury

ANNUAL

REPORT OF TH E

The Goodrich Bros. Banking Go.
C harter N >. 154.

E. E. G o o d rich ..........................................President
L. W . G o o d r i c h ..........................V ice -P resid en t

(In corp orated )
S. M. B a ile y ................................................ Cashier
E. R. A lle n .............................. A ssistan t Cashier

S T A T E M E N T , N O V E M B E R 12. 1906

RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 236.484.94
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ..............................................
3,881.76
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds....................................................
7,500.00
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
3.896.96
Other real e s t a t e ............................
1,651.73
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.179.88
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and b an k ers............
37.417.22
Checks and items of exchange..
4.227.15
Cash......................................................
19,294.27

Capital stock paid in ..................60,000.00
Surplus fund ...................................
15.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
11.934.68
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ............................................... 105.402.10
Demand certificates of deposit..
65,899.59
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
57,247.54
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l......................................... 1 315.483.91
Total ........................................ $ 315.483 91

Fairbury

The Fairbury Savings Bank
C harter N o. 155. (Incorp orated )

E. E . G o o d ric h ......................................... President
John H easfcv................................. V ice-P resid en t

I L . W . G o o d r ic h ................................. Treasurer
1 S. M. B ailey......................................... S e c r e ta r y

STATEM E N T, NOVEMBER

12. 1900

RESOURCES

L I A B I L IT I E S

Loans and discounts............ .......$ 102.318.75
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured....................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.................. : ....................................... 3,700.00
Interest paid o u t..................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
558.40
Other real estate ................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state.and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
25,234.86
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash...................... ................................
6,519.05

Capital stock paid in......................$ t25.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
5.OUU.O0
Undivided p rofits...........................
3.465.70
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
w ithdraw al....................................
93,146.67
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit . . . . '
11,718.69
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Motes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o t a l......................................... $138,331 06

T o ta l......................................... $ 138,331.06


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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Fairfield

97

B OARD

The Cizizens Bank
Charter No. 156.

(Incorporated)

C. L. Lewis............................................. President I T . P. S h iv e ly .................................... Cashier
S C. T h om pson .:....................... Vice-President I .............................................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 17S.752.79
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured............................................ .
2.513.85
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking- house furniture and fix­
tures ..................................................
1,900.00
Other real e s ta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premiums on U S. and other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Due from national, and private
i banks and bankers.......................
33,282 96
Checks and items of exchange ..
168.56
Cash......................................................
9,259.73

Capital stock paid in......................$ 40,000.00
Surplus fund.......................................
5,000.00
Undivided profits..............................
6,918.23
Dividends u n pa id.................................................
Individual deposit subject to
87,511.15
ch eck ................................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
30,074.26
Time certificates of deposit.........
53,519.96
Certified c h e c k s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks ................
and bankers....................................
2,854.29
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

Total ..........................................$ 225,.877.89

Fairmont

Total . . . . ' ................ ............. .* 225,877.89

The Farmers State Bank
Charter N o.157. (Incorporated)

Geo. E. Aldrich
.............................. President I Francis F. Putlitz...............................Cashier
B.
E. Aldrich .................... ..... Vice-Pres’dent ! Chas. T. E v a n s .............. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906
L IA B IL I TIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... I 181,218.90
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
1.100 24
Stocks, securities, judgments,
ments, claims e t c ...........................................
Bonds .................................

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

Other assets......................... .......... i .................
Banking house furniture and fix­
6,000.00
tu res.................................................
Other real e sta te ...................................... ..........
Current exoenses and taxes paid.
5,002.33
Cash item s..........................................
710.77
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers.......
81,911.45
Checks and items of exchange..
220.77
Cash..................
6,501.74

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,$ 282,666.20

Capital stocit paid in ...................... I 25.000 00
Surplus fund......................................
30.000.00
Undivided p ro fits...............................
12.788.35
Dividends unpaid ...............................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................ 100,990.22
Demand certificates of deposit..
94,524.25
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to state banks............................
19.363.38
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

Total

$

282,666.20

98

F IF T E E N T H

Falls Csty

ANNUAL

REPORT OF TH E

The Richardson County Bank
Charter No. 158.

J. L. Slocum
J. R. C a in ___

(Incorporated)

.........President I Ge .rge W . Holland............................... Cashier
Vice-President I A. F Schaible................... Assistant fashier
I B. K. Baker............ 2nd Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts..................... I
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured...............................................
Stocks, securities judgments.
claims, e t c ....................................
Bonds and warrants......................
Other assets.............................. .......
Banking nouse furniture and fix­
tures................................................
Other real e sta te ...........................
Current expenses and taxes
paid .................................................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities ................
Cash item s.......................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
Checks and items of exchange..
Paper currency....... >.....................
Gold and silver, nickels and
cents ...............................................
Total

13.10C. 24

7,000.00
1.711.33

Capital stock paid in ....................$
50,000.00
20,000.00
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided profits...........................
6.081.05
Dividends unp aid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck...............................................
162.448.73
Demand certificates of deposit.
124,938.90
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks..................
664.79
Due to state and private banks
63.07
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

43,928.57
699.72
9,358.00
10.976.34

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

364,196.54

$ 364,196.54

FaHs City

The Palls City State Bank
Charter No. 159. (Incorporated)

W . E. Dorrington................................ President! W . A. Green w aid..................................Cashier
T. J .G i s t ....................................Vice-President I Guy P. Greenw ald............Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts......................$ 169.132 05
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured...............................................
964.11
Stocks, securities._ judgments.
claims, e t c ......... '.............................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets...........................* ................ ..............
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
13,200.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid...................................................
2.914.99
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s...............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
33.929.56
Checks and items of exchange.
1,018.34
Currency.............................................
4.555.00
Coin......................................................
5,654.88
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,$ 231,368.93 !

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 50.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
9.000.00
Undivided profits.................................
10.834.11
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check........................
117,201.73
Demand certificates of deposit..
26.503.42
Time certificates of deposit............................
2.500.00
Certified c h e c k s ..................
Cashier’s checks outstanding........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.......................................
15,329.67
Notes and bills re-discounted........................
Bills payable...........................................................

Total

.$ 231,368.93

SECRETARY

Farnam

O F T H E S T A T E B A N K IN G

99

B OARD

The State Bank
Charter No 703

(Incorporated)

President I L. W . Ralston.................................... Cashier
Hugh Ralston.................................... .
J. H. K e lle y ....................................Vice-President | ................. . . . '..................... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 96,279.39
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
269.20
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
3,300.00
tures ..................................................
Other real estate.................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
957.33
Premiums on U . s. and other
bonds and securities....................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due f om national, state and private banks and bankers.............
21,613.00
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash.......................................................
5,486.19
T o t a l..........................................S 127.905.11

Farnam

Capital stock paid in ................... I
10.000.00
Surplus fund....................................
2,500.00
Undivided profits...........................
3,148.90
Dividends u n p a id .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ..................................................
82.652.75
Demand certificates of deposit.
29,603.46
Time certificates of deposit___
Certified checks.............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..
Bills payable....................................

T o ta l......................................... S 127,905.11

The Farnam Bank
Charter No. 79 7

(Incorporated) -

George Laucom er.................................. President I S. F. Parker
G L. D unham ....... ..................... .Vice-President I .................... ..

....... ........... Cashier
Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and d;s counts....................I . 25,554.85
Overdrafts se -ured and unse­
cured ................... .
.............
1.033.01
Stocks, secur t es judgments.
claims, ect .................................................
Bonds............................................................ ............
Other a ssets............................................. ..............
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..........................
1.68X01
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,072 65
Premium on U . S and"other
bonds and securities........................................
Casa it e m s ............ .................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks andbankers—
16.465.73
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash..............................
3.203.02

5.000.00
Capital stock paid in....................$
Surplus f u n d .................................
1,000.00
Undivided Profits .........................
1,607.19
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k .........................................
37,783.10
Demand certificates of deposit.
3.605.01
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding..........................
pue to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

48.995.30

T otal.

.1

48.995.30

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rarwell

A N N U A L REPO RT OF TH E

The Farwell State Bank
Charter N o. 719.

(Incorporated).

C.
C. Hansen..................................President | A . C. W iehm an........................................ Cashier
T. J. Hansen— ...................... Vice-President I ..................................................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA BILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 34.605.02
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
762.97
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking1 house furniture and fix­
tures ...............................................
2.000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
939.23
Preminm on CJ. S. and other
bonds and securities......................... * ............
Cash item s......................................... ' ................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers ...........
22,796.53
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
4.668.12

Capital stock paid in .....................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
400.00
Undivided profits..............................
2,681.80
Dividends unpaid.............. ....................................
Individual deposits subject to
, c h eck ................................................
17,323.62
Demand Certificates of dep osit..
9,400,45
Time certificates of deposit.........
25,966.00
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
CastrerV checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

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

Fillcy

65,771.87

T o t a l......................................... $ 65,771.87

The State Bank of Filley
Cha ter No. 616.

(Incorporated)

W . P. Norcross ...............................President I Earl Norcross ........................................ Cashier
H.
H. Norcross.................. Vice-President I ................................................... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1908.
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts»....................,.i| 20.640.90
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
66 26 j
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c .......................................................... j
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1,658.37
Other real e sta te ............................. ................
Current expenses and taxes paid
187.70
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash items ............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and banker’s ............
33,606.50
Checks and items of exchange..
439.63
C a sh ......................................................
3,513.18

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

'

I

60.142.54

Capital stock paid...........................$
5,000.00
Surplus fund....................................
2,000.00
933.16
Undivided profits............................
Dividends unpa'd..................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ................................................
48.330.69
Demand certificates of deposit..
3878.69
Time certificates of deposi t . . . . . . . ! . . . . ....
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private hanks
and b an k ers.......................................................
Notes and bills re-dLcounted..... ................
Bills p a y a b le ........................................................

Total

8 60.142.54

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Firth

101

The Firth Bank
Charter No. 162.

(Incorporated)

H. E. K ram er........................................President I C. E. Groves...................................... Cashier
H Sachtleben...............................Vice-President I .............................................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 82,289.49
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
789.31
School w arrants...............................
192.61
Bonds ........................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking1house furniture and fix­
tures ..................................................
2,800.00
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,023.13
Premiums on U S. a i d other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Due from national, and private
banks and bankers.......................
20.758.23
Checks and items of exchan ge......................
Cash......................................................
4,065.75

Total ......................................... I 111.918.52

Firth

Capital s t o ‘k paid in......................$ 10.000.00
Surplus fund....... '..............................
2,000.00
2,675.88
Undivided profits..............................
Dividends unpaid ...................................... ..........
Individual deposit subject to
20.036.91
c h eck ...................................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
18.205.00
Time certificates of deposit_____
59.000.73
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’ s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks ................
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

T o t a l......................................... * 111,918.52

The Citizens Bank
Charter No 536. (Incorporated)

S. Tilton...................................................... President I W . ,J. Crandall.................................... Cashier
Adaline M. Tilton......................... Vice-President ! ...............................................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906 •
L IA B IL I TIES

RESOURCES
Loan . and discounts....................... $ 43,243 56
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
1.895 29
Stocks, se -.unties judgments.
meats, c aims e t c ...........................................
Bonds ................................................................—
Other assets..................................................: —
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures......................................................
1,861.20
O ther real e sta te .................................................
Current exoenses and taxes paid.
7,146.54
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks andbankers......
54,050.48
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash..........................................................
6,028.56

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I 114,225.63

Capital stocK paid in ...................... $ 10.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
500.00
Undivided profits ............................
7.395 60
Dividends unpaid ...............................................
Individual deposits subject to
: c h eck ................................................
22,648.00
Demand certificates of deposit..
73,682.03
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified checks . i ..............................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to state banks — ................... .................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable....................................................... ,.

Total

$ 114.225.63

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Florence

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Bank of Florence
Charter No. 812. (Incorporated.)

H. O lm ste d ........... .............Vice-President | .........................................
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts... ................ I 38,233.84
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..................................................
114.04
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ........ .................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a ssets..........................................................
Furniture and fixtures..................
500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,622.78
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s......................................... ................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
13,603.89
Checks and items of exchange......................
C a sh ......................................................
3,252.05
T o t a l.............. v .......................... $ 58,326.60

Fort Calhoun

Capital stock paid in ....................... $
5,000.00
Surplus fu n d ..........................................................
Undivided profits.................................
2,937.30
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ................................................
39,321.80
Demand certificates of deposit..
4.843.80
Tune certificates of deposit _____
6,223.70
Certified check s..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

T o t a l . . . . . . . . .................. ........... $ 58,326.60

The Washington County Bank
Charter No. 798. (Incorporated)

Henry R ix............................................President
May R ix.................................... Vice-President

Elsie Rix.................... ................................Cashier
.................................................Assistant Cashier

* ST A TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 13. 1906.
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 154,892.07
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured...............................................
2,626.62
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds................................................
2.000.00
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ..................................................
8,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,533.42
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Due from national, stati.' and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
33,985.63
Checks and items of exchange..
414.11
Currency.............................................
1,850,00
Gold and silver..................................
4,472.95
Nickels, and! ce n ts...........................
70.37
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Capital stock paid in ...................... $ 30,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2.500.00
Undivided profits.............................
6,925.07
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ...................................................
93,643.02
Demand certificates of deposit......................
l'ime certificates of deposit.......
77,777.08
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable.....................................

Total

$ 210.845.17

SECR ETAR Y OF TH E ST A T E

B A N K IN G

BO A R D

103

The Foster State Bank

Foster

Charter No. 865.
P. C H olbert...............
Thos. Harrison........... .........

(Incorporated)

Vice-President i ..........................................
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906

RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 13.338.89
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
101.59
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
B o n d s.............................. \ ......................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fixtu r e s ....................... .........................
554.59
Other real e sta te ............................. ................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,686.55
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
1,643.21
Checks and items of exchange......................
C a sh ........................-.............................
832.00

Capital stock paid in .................... $ 6,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
1,786.63
Dividends unpaid..................................................
Indivual deposits subject
to
c h eck ................................................
6.001.20
Demand certificates of deposit..
515.n0
Time certificates of deposit..........
1.857.00
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable......................................
2,000.00

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

18.159.83

T o t a l......................................... .$ 18.159.83

The Franklin Exchange Bank

Franklin

Charter No. 163.

(Incorporated)

E. G. T itus.............................................President | W . D. Blackwell................................... Cashier
P. H. Updike . . . .............. ....... Vice-President | H. J, Murray.......................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... I 91,994 63
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
518.06
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fixtu es ................................................
5.000 00
Other real e sta te ................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
912.24
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.......................................
Cash item s...........t ...............................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate, banks and bankers............
18,260.40
Check and items of exchange.. .
585.69
Currency.............................................
5,584.00
Gold, silver, nickles, cen ts..........
1.515.70

Capital stock paid in ....................... I 15.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
3,000.00
Und vided profits.............................
2,174.49
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
55.386.20
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit ___
48,810.03
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding —
Due to national banks... ! ............
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..... .............................
N otes and bills re-discounted__
Bills payable ....................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$

124,370.72

Total

S 124.370.72

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Franklin

ANNUAL

R E P O R T OF T H E

The Franklin State Bank
Charter No. 625.

(Incorporated)

C. Hildreth..............................................President j L . C. Churchill...................................... Cashier
P. M, Hildreth...........................Vice-President I Carl Nelson .......................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RE sOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 110.487.93
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
760.04
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
5.000.00
tures..................................................
Otner real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and b an k ers............
37.841.71
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
4.291.93

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 15,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
3,555.13
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
89.232.67
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
16,162.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
22,605.00
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s.check* outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Deposited by state and private
10,826.81
banks and bankers.......................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o t a l......................................... I 158,381.61

Total ........................................ $ 158.381 61

Fremont

The Security Savings Bank
Charter No. 161. (Incorporated)

John W . Goff......................................... President I E Willia ms ..........Secretary and treasurer
Jas. T. May.................................Vice-President I ............................ .....................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

Total


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L IABILITIES

I

Loans and discounts....................... $ 138.380.64
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.....................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds......................... ........................................
Interest paid o u t..................................................
Banking-house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
225.00
Other real estate ....................................... ____
Current expenses and taxes paid
670.21
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities; ......................................
Cash item s..........................................................
Due from national, state.and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
20,501.46
Checks and items of exchange..
65.00
Cash.....................................................
405.60

160,247 91

Capital stock paid in ....................,| 12,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
7.000.00
Undivided p ro fits...........................
2,518.54
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits...................
135,530.82
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit ___
3,198.55
Certified checks..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.......................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable.........................................................

Total

I 160,247.91

SECRETARY OF TH E STATE

Fremont

B A N K IN G

B OARD

105

The Home Savings Bank
Charter No. 165

(Incorporated)

Chas.H. M ay............................................President | F\ McGiverin.......................................... Cashier
G eo. L. Loom is......................... Vice-President | ___ : .........................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts ......................$ 236.873 68
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .....................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures ......................................................................
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
532.38
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers............
7,990.79
Checks and items of e x c h a n g e ....................
C a sh ....................................................
500.00

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 18.000 00
Surplus fund......................................
6,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
3.609.88
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check upon presentation of
passbook.........................................
217.786.97
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified ch ecks.............................................. ,...
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state, and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Biils payable..........................................................

T o ta l..................................... ...I 245,396.85

T o ta l.........................................$ 245,396.85

Fremont

The Fremont Trust and Savings Bank
Charter No.

791.

(Incorporated)

R B. SchneMbr.................................... President | Paul Co’son..............................................Cashier
E. R Gurney............................. Vice-President | D. D. R o w e ........................ Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... f 93,332.60
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................. ................
S to 'k s. securities, judgments.
claim s,etc............................................................
County warrants and other se­
curities .............................................
7,505.98
Bonds ..................................................
8.500.00
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Bankmg house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1,014.59
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
3,871,72
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
C .sh item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers...-.......
6,166.69
Checks and items of exchange..
934.41
Cash................................
1,637.13

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 15,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
2.943.77
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individval deposits.........................
94.959.35
Demand certificates of deposit..
10,060.00
Time certificates of deposit.............................
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

S 122,963.12

Total

$ 122,963.12

106

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Friend

ANNUAL

R E P O R T OF T H E

The Merchants and Farmers Bank
Charter No. 686.

(Incorporated)

P. H. U pdike..........................................President I J. H . Ball............................................. Cashier
S H. Blackwell...........................Vice-President I ..............................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts............... .. ..$ 86,316.68
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
311.20
School w arran ts...............................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ...................................................
6,352.00
Other real e s ta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
959.71
Premiums on U S. and other
bonds and securities .................. ................
Cash it e m s .....................
3,017.43
Due from national, and private
banks and bankers.......................
8,694.99
Checks and items of exchange .
301.50
8,497.97
Cash......................... - ......

Capital sto -k paid in......................$ 25.0i0.00
Surplus fund.......................................
5.000.00
Undivided profits....... .
5.046.81
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposit subject to
c h eck .........r.....................................
37,156.82
Demand certificates of deposit.
40.343.90
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
1.933.95
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p a y a b le .........................................................

$ 114.481.48

Total

Funk

$ 114,481.48

Total

The Funk State Bank
Charter No. 826. (Incorporated)

S. C. S te w a r t......................................... President I A. Pranzen.............................. ............Cashier
J. S, Johnson.................................Vice-President | ..............................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL I TIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 50,004.60
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
339 83
cured ................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
ments, claims e t c ............................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
700.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid.
189.21
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers.......
25,472.83
Checks and items of exchange..
2,121.73
Bills.................................
1,680.00
Gold and silver................................
i,092.95

Capital stocK paid in ........... ..— $
7,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
200.00
Undivided p ro fits............................
820.93
Dividends unpaid ...............................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ................................................
35.985.47
Demand certificates of deposit..
37,594.75
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to state banks..............................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable..........................................................

Total .. .................................. I


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

81,601.15

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

81.601.15

SECR ETAR Y

Gandy

OF TH E ST A T E

B A N K IN G

107

BO A R D

The Gandy Bank
Charter No. 847. (Incorporated)

W . H. M c D o n a ld .........................President
E R. Sm ith............................. Vice-President

Fred H o n e y ........................................... Cashier
...............................................Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts........................8 39,374.76
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
893.68
Stocks, securities, judg'ments,
claims, e t c ......................................
121.75
Honds........................................................................
Other a ssets.........................................................
Banking house furniture and
fixtures.............................................
1,600.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
768.89
Premium on time certificates......................
Cash item s......................... ...................................
Due from national, state
and
private hanks and hankers.......
11.662.43
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash.......................................................
1,972.09

Capital stock paid i n ......................$
5,000.00
Surplus fu n d ..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
3,514.56
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
29,518.64
Demand certificates of deposit..
3,589.67
Time certificates of le p o sit.......
14,770.73
Certified ch ecks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.................... i . . .
Due to national hanks........................................
Due t >state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable....................................

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

Gandy

56,393.60

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

56.393.60

The Farmers Bank
Charter No. 940. (Incorporated)

D.
E. Fowles.............. ..................President I Leslie Hoagland................................... Cashier
M. F. F ow les— ......................Vice-President I ..................................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RES 1URCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... I
8.587.97
Overdrafts, secured and uusecured ................................................
240.00
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, warrants, e t c ......................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e ts .............................................. ...........
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures...................., . . . ......................
2.000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid.................................................
637.50
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash it e m s .............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers__
7.389.04
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
1.595.22

Capital stock paid in ....................$
6,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits, n e t....................
99.71
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
12,662.02
c h eck ................................................
Demand certificates of deposit
190.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
1,498.00
Certified c h e c k s ..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding....................
Due to national banks..................
..............
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable......................................

Total,


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.8

20,449.73

Total

.8

20,449.73

108

F IF T E E N T H

Garrison

A N N U A L REPO RT OF TH E

The Farmers & Merchants Bank
Charter N o. 833.

(Incorporated).

.........President | Geo. F. K a r e s .......................................... Cashier
Vice-President I .................................................Assistant Cashier

F. J. Kirchman.
W . C. Kirchman

STA TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 52.413.69
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
753.33
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
50.00
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ...............................................
3,300.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
936.45
Preu,inm on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.........................................
10.00
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers ...........
4,192.26
Checks and items of exchange..
29.51
Cash......................................................
2,186.88
T o ta l......................................... $ 63,872.12

Geneva

Capital stock paid in .....................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
500.00
Undivided profits..............................
1.056.42
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
19,215.90
ch eck................................................
Demand Certificates of dep osit..
7,598,74
Time certificates of deposit.........
25,501.06
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers......... ..........................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable....... ..............................

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

63,872.12

The Citizens Bank
Charter No. 170.

(Incorporated)

J. O. W a lk e r....................................President |E. K. Cobb ...................................................Cashier
C. W . & V. C. Shickley___Vice-President |W . H. S te w a rt.............. ........ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1903.
L IABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 165,929.38
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,243.99
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
8,300.00
Other real e sta te ................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
3,119.79
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.........................................
853.53
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
23,615.55
Checks and items of exchange..
940.00
Currency.........................................
3.241.00
S p ecie..............................
4,883.49
TO tal'

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I 212,126.73

Capital stock paid...........................$ 25,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2.500.00
Undivided profits.............................
5.824.34
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ...................................................
97.142.89
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
28.432.25
Time certificates of deposit.....
53,227.25
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

Total

S 212.126.73

SECR ETAR Y OF TH E ST A T E

Geneva

B A N K IN G B O A R D

109

The Geneva State Bank
Charter No. 524. (Incorporated)

Frank W . Sloan....................................President I E. J. Dempster..................................... Cashier
E.
Sandrock................ .......... Vice-President I Job Sm ith..........................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 244.084.68
Overdrafts secured and unse­
2.925.23
cured................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c .................................... . ................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets.......................................................... »
Banking nouse furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
15.500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities ....................................
Cash items ............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers...........
82.015.79
Checks anditems of e xch an ge...
15,779.83
3,198.00
Currency.................................................
S p e c ie ......................................................
4,039.74
T o t a l......................................... I 367,543.27

Germantown

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 35.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
35.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
4,298.85
Dividends unpaid.......................................... ........
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................. 137,431.26
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit....... 106,330.06
Certified checks...................................................
49,483 10
Cashier's checks outstanding___
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................................... - ..............
Notes %nd bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o t a l........................................ * 367,543.27

The Germantown State Bank
Charter No. 790. (Incorporated)

E. R. Gurney ....................................... President | J. W . Daily...............................................Cashier
N.
E. Daily.............................. Vice-President | L. H. W esterholf.............. Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 52,340.30
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,033.59
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims etc ............................................... ...........
B o n d s...................................... ................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
2,500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
688.68
Cash item s.................................
5.90
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
8.125.67
Checks and items of exchange..
2.461,02
Currency and go ld .........................
2,793.00
S ilv e r ...................................................
802.66

7,500.00
Capital stock paid in ..................... $
Surplus fund........................ .............
750.00
Undivided profits.............................
1,347.93
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual'deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
27,824.80
Demand certificates of deposit..
7,586.90
Time certificates of deposit......
25,007.85
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
733.34

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 70,750.82

•

Total

.8 70,750.82

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A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Commercial Bank of Gibbon

Gibbon

Charter No. 174

(Incorporated)

...........President I C. C. H ollow ay.....................................Cashier
Vice-President I .................................................Assis tant Cashier

C. M. B e c k ....
Jas. Holloway

STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 20,454.91
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................ ...................... 1—
71.85
Stocks, securities,- judgments,
claims, e t c .......................................................
Bonds.......................................................... .............
Other a ssets.........................................................
Banking house, furniture und fix­
tures ..................................................
500.00
Other real e sta te ...................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
142.85
Premiums on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................... ............
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
33,308.73
Checks and items of exch an ge,. ....................
Cash......................................................
2,571.07

T otal.......................................... $ 56,949.41

Capital stock paid in.................... $ 5,000.00
60000
Surplus fund....... ...................................
1.911.00
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
49,438.41
ch e c k ...................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified c h e c k s..............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks...................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ..................................
N otes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 56.949.41

The Exchange Bank

Gibbon

Charter No. 175.

(Incorporated)

...........President I I. A. K irk ................................................. Cashier
.Vice-President I W . C. Ogilvie.................. Assistant Cashier

H. F. Flint.

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts...................... I 65,088.51
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
c u re d ................................................
1.108.68
Stocks, securities; judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture & fixtures
620.00
Other Teal e sta te ..................................................
Current expences and taxes paid
649.92
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......... ... .............................
Cash item s...............................m ............. ............
Due from nat’l, state and private
banks and bankers.......................
31,867 86
Checks and items of exch an ge...
1.140.60
Cash.......................................................
4.277.63

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 10.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
1.874.47
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposit subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
89,878.73
Demand certificates of deposit..
1.000.00
Time certificates of deposit— .....................
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.,........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$ 104,753.20

Total

$ 104.753.20

SECRETARY

Cilead

OF T H E ST A T E

B A N K IN G

111

BOARD

The State Bank of Gilead
Charter No. 802. (Incorporated)

G. W . H ansen....................................President I Frank N elson......................................... Cashier
L. M. N e lso n ......................... Vice-President I .................................................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 34,439.62
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured........................................... .
12.06
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claim s.etc............................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
1,600.00
Other real e s t a t e ......... ........................ ............
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.108.67
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s............................ .................... .............
Due from national, state and pri­
8.595.27
vate bankers..................................
Checks and items of exchange. . .
743.04
Cash.......................... 1 ........................
2,130.64

Capital stock paid in ..................... |
6,o00,00
Surplus fund.....................................
1,000.00
Undivided p rofits.............................
3,007.46
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
21,962.34
Demand certificates of deposit..
1,791.50
Time certificates of deposit.....
14,968.00
Certified c h e c k s.............................. ................
Cashier’s checks outstanding........... .'............
Due to national b a n k s ........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers...............................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

T otal................................ ..........$ 48,729.30

T o t a l......................................... S 48,729.30

Giltncr

The Bank of Bromfield
Charter No 62. (Incorporated)

William G lo ver................................ President j Cbas. C. Glover......... ...........................Cashier
E. A. Glover........................... Vice-President i Belva M. Glover.................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES

Capital stock paid in ......................$
Loans and Discounts......................$ 87,204.74
Surplus fund.......................................
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
Undivided
p r o f i t s ....................
cured .................................................
2.362.20
Dividends unpaid, Int. Eqc. and
Stocks, securities, judgments,
rents .................................................
claims, e t c ......................................
949.50
Individual deposits subject to
Bonds....................................................
9,000.00
check ...............................................
Other assets ..........................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
Banking house furniture and fix­
Time certificates of deposit.......
tures................
2.236.43
Other real e sta te .............................
4.639.57 j Certified checks..............................
Current expenses and taxes paid
4.278.17 | Cashier’s checks outstanding___
| Dne to national banks....................
Premium on U. S. and other
Due to state and private banks
bonds and securities...................
and bankers....................................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted___
Dues from nat’l, state and pri­
Bills payable......................................
vate banks and bankers............
12.290.90
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
3,899.16

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 126.860.67

Total

20 . 000.00

600 00
1,891.88
7.029 53
34.621.82
22.565.47
35.151 97

5.000.00

,$ 126,860.67

112

F IF T E E N T H

Giltner

ANNUAL

REPORT OF

THE

The Citizens Bank
Charter N o. 899.

(Incorporated)

J. S. M a rv e l.............. ............................President |L. J. Gallentine.................................... Cashier
M. W a g n e r ................................ Vice-President | .................................................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 40,969.87
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
1,726.65
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................... .
.................................
Other a s s e t s ......................... .............................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ..................................................
776.00
Other real e sta te .............................
800.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,125.50
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Bills of other b a n k s .......................
3,280 00
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banxs and bankers ...........
10,436.55 .
Checks and items of exchange..
1.621.04
Gold...............................
65.00
258.60
Silver..............................
T o ta l................ .........................$ 61,059.21

Glenville

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 10.200-00
■Surplus fu n d ..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
1,540.89
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
26.251.25
Demand certificates of deposit .
10.990.74
12 076.33
Time certificates of deposit.........
Certified c h e c k s .....................................
Cashier’s checks ou tstan d in g......................
Due to national oanks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted ...
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 61,059.21

The Bank of Glenville
Charter No.

•

727. (Incorporated)

Enno U den............................................... President I L. L. Brandt........................................ Cashier
C. A. B ran d t.................... ......... Vice-President I .............................................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES
L IA B IL IT IE S
Loans and discounts....................... $ 89,171.77
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
808.32
Stocks, securities, julgm ents.
claims, e tc ..........................................................
Bonds................................................................. .......
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
2 200.00
Other real e sta te ............................. ................
Current expenses and taxes paid
918.32
Cash item s......................................... ................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers..............
54,664.88
Checks and items of exchange.. ................
C a s h ....................................................
4,171.23

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I 151.934.52

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 12,000.00
Surplus fu n d ..............................
3,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
5.956.39
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ................................................
37,275.49
Demand certificates of deposit.. I „„ aRq n.
Time certificates of deposit....... f au.m.-Mn
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to nr tional banks
Due to state ana private banks
and bankers....................................
239.63
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p ay ab le..........................................................

Total

$ 151,934.52

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113

G

Goehner

The Goehner State Bank
Charter No. 714. (Incorporated)

Martin Maflson. Sr ............................. President
Georg Bauer, Jr ..................... Vice-President

................... Cashier
Assistant Cashier

A. E. Graff

ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 19,025.60
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
38.25
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ............................. ............................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
669.50
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
424.29
Premium on U. S. and othei
bonds and securities...................
Cash it e m s .........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks andbankers...............
21,248.50
Checks and items of exchange..
705.14
Currency.............................................
1.565.00
614.66
Gold and silver ..............................

Capital stock paid in .......................%
7.500.00
Surplus fund..............
750.00
Undivided profits.................. : ........
818.41
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ................................................
9.960.48
Demand certificates of deposit .
6,949.65
18.312.40
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

T o t a l......................................... S 44,290.94

Gordon

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

44,290.94

The Sheridan County Bank
Charter No. 177. (Incorporated) '

Chas. F. Coffee.................................... President I D. H. Griswold — .............................. .Cashier
T. M. Huntington......................Vice-President | W . E. Brown....................... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 183,420.46
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured...............................................
1,694.64
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds............................. .................... ..................
Otoer assets ...................................... ................
Bank ng house ................................
4,000.00
Other real e sta te.................................................
Current.expenses and taxes paid ................
Cash item s.........................................
5.60
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............ 108,414.41
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
9,265 65

Capital stock paid in ....................... I 40,000.00
Surplus fu n d .....................................
10.000.00
Undividedprofits.net....................
10.116.54
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................. 170.200.53
I Demand certificates of deposits.
5,987.19
Time certificates of deposit.......
69,056.52
Certified checks...................................................
Bills payable...........................................................
Due to national banks....................
547.61
Due to state and private banks
892.37
and bankers.................

$ 306.800.76

T o t a l......................................... I 306,800.76

Total


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F IF T E E N T H

Graf

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Bank of Graf
Charter No. 695

(Incorporated)

L. A. G ra f.............................................. President- | J. 0. G ra f.................................................Cashier
W . A Graf................................ Vice President
STATEM EN T. NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 38,180.14
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
1.359.91
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds............................ ................................... •'•••
Other assets............... ...........................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ......................... ...........................................
Other real e s t a t e ............................. ................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,325.85
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash ite m s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and hankers............
19.709.05
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
2.813.04

Capital stock paid in ...................... $ 5,000.00
Surplus fund...........................................................
Undivided profits ...........................
8.205.82
Individual deposits subject to
ctiecK................................................
38.848.22
Demand certificates of deposit..
3.958.92
Time certificates of deposit.......
7,375.33
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private hanks
and bankers.........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable...........................................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 63,388.29

T o ta l..........................................$ 63,388.29

Grafton

The Grafton State Bank
Charter No. 693.

(Incorporated)

Frank W . Sloan................................President | Harry R. P, rter..................................... Cashier
W. A. S t u c k e y ..................... Vice-President |
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and d i s c o u n t s .: ................ 1 94,172.20
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ................................................
293.90
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets ................................................... .
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
1.000.00
Other real e sta te.................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,571.23
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
15.202.12
Checks and items of exchan ge..
39.31
Currency.............................................
2,102.00
G old ........... ................................... 90.00
Silver....................................................
463.02

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 10.000.00
Surplus fund ......................................
3,000.00
2.651.86
Undivided p rofits............................
Dividends unpaid.............................. ................
Individual deposits subject to
c ie c k ...............................................
33.752.23
Demand certificates of deposit..
26.321.59
Time certificates of deposit.........
39.208.10
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outs'anding..........................
Due to national b an k s........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers .......................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..... ....................................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 114,933.78

Total . . . . .................................. $ 114,933.78


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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Grand Island

B A N K IN G

BOARD

115

The Grand Island Banking Co.
Charter No. 555.

(Incorporated)

S. A. Peterson................................. President l G. B. B e l l ...................................................Cashier
J. W Thompson....................Vice-President \ I R. Alter J r .........................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES

Capital stock paid in.................... I 100,000.00
Loans and discounts....................... $ 471.188.43
.40.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
Undivided profits.............................
24,028.27
cured..........................
1,004.67
Dividends unpaid..................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
Indivual deposits subject to
claims, e t c ..........................................................
c h eck ................................................ 218,598.07
Bonds .......................................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
685.62
Other assets..........................................................
Time certificates of deposit....... 207,387.67
Banking house, furniture and fix­
Certified checks...............................
50.00
tures .................................................
15,500.00
Cashier’s checks outstanding.. .
14,440.04
Other real e sta te .............................
4.500.00
Due to national banks........................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Due to state and private banks
Premium on U. S. and other
and bankers....................................
5,630.59
bonds and securities............................. .........
Notes and bills re-discounted.................... —
Cash item s......................................... — ........
Bills payable......................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and bankers................
82,564.33
Checks and items of exchange..
2,559.18
C a sh .........................................................
33,503.65
T otal . . , .................................... I 610.820.26

Grand Island

T o t a l......................................... S 610,820.26

The Commercial State Bank
Charter No. 607.

(Incorporated)

B P Clayton .................................... President | E. D. H a m ilton .,................................... Cashier
IT. B. S te w a rt...........................Vice-President | C. H. M e n c k .......................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and d iscou n ts..;.................. $ 265,871.29
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
1,486.34
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c . . .......................................................
Bonds.................................................... ...........•••
Other assets ..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
2,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
3,133.81
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Checks and cash items.................
503.19
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
167,162.73
Check and items of exchange........................
Cash.......................................................
40,791.43

Capital stock paid in ....................... I 50,000,00
Surplus fund......................................
1,200.00
Undivided profits.............................
4,663.77
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ............................................... 111.015.02
Demand certificates of dep osit..
37,482,13
Time certificates of deposit —
123,577.66
Certified ch ecks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks....................
5,786.78
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..........................
147,223.43
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

S 480,948.79

Total

$ 480.948.79

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Grant

A N N U A L REPORT OF T H E

The Commercial Bank of Grant
Charter No. 849.

(Incorporated)

B.
P. Hastings.................................. President I R. W . Sav age.........................................Cashier
A. E. Hastings.......................... Vice-President | H. L. Hastings.................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 41.749. !4
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
1,149.53
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
1.500.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
428.09
Premium on U .S. andother bonds
and securities................................
Cash ite m s .........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks andbankers..............
36,154.50
Checks and items of exchange..
701.26
Currency.............................................
2,530.00
S p e cie ..................................................
1,178.70

5,000.00
Capital stock paid in ....................... $
Surplus fund......................................
1,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
533.42
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
75.918.80
Demand certificates of deposit..
2,939.00
Time certificates of deposit.............................
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Notes and bills re-discounted...........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

T O T A L .....................................$ 85,391.22

Greeley

T o t a l.................................. _....$

85.391.22

The Greeley State Bank
Charter No. 184. (Incorporated)

Garry T re a t......................................... President. |P J. Kerrigan........... ............................Cashier
J. R. Hanna............................... Vice-President ! 0, J. Harwood................... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and d'seounts. . . . ................ $ 143.902.16
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,715.14
Stocks, securities, judgments.
10 500.00
claims, e t c .....................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures
.......................................
4,915 82
Other real e sta te ....... .........................................
Current expenses andtaxes paid
1,592.19
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.........................................
73.47
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
33.626.82
Checks and items of exchange
(Transit)......................................
2.150.39
Cash......................................................
6,951.13
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I 205,427.12

Capital stock paid in ....................... £ . 30.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
6.000.00
Undivided profits.................
9.192.38
Dividends unpaid ......... .......................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ..'................................................
77,925.36
Demand certificates of deposit..
20,263.76
Time certificates of deposit.......
62,045.62
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

Total

I 205.427.12

SECR ETAR Y OF T H E ST A T E

Gretna

117

B A N K IN G BO A R D

The Farmers & Merchants Bank
Charter No. 588. (Incorporated.)

A.
L. S p earm an ............................ President I C. K. Spearman..................................... Cashier
P. J. Langdon......................... Vice-President I H. M. Hardin...................... Assistant Cashier
I Mary R. Spearm an.........Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts — ................ S 86,994.16
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .. .................................. .........
4,959.87
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..................................... ................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a ssets..........................................................
Banking house furniture&fixtures
4,533.33
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2.479.62
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities- Int. paid
1,311.67
C!ash item s.........................................
25.75
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
10.424.53
Currency.............................................
1.735.00
G old .......................................................
590.00
Silver...........................
986.10

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 13.600.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
495.00
6,844.60
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k .............................................
46,038.88
Demand certificates of deposit..
12.772.81
Time certificates of deposit.........
28,288.74
Certified ch ecks___........................................... .
Cashier’s checks outstanding.......................
Due to national banks........................................
Due tosta te and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable......................................
6,000.00

114,040.03

Total

114,040.03

Total

Gross

The Gross State Bank
Charter No. 608. (Incorporated)

F.
M. W idner......... , ......................President I F . W . W o o d s ........................................ Cashier
........................................j........... Vice-President I L. G. K lo k e ........................ Assistant Cashier
! H . C. B a tty ....................... Assistant Cashier
S T A T E M E N T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... I 27,488.78
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
c u r e d ...,..........................................
384.44
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................... ................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
1,243.00
Other real e sta te .............................
475.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,639.27
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
6,746.24
Checks and items of exch an ge..
114.91
Currency.............................................
1,020.00
Gold and silver..................................
239.59
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$

39.351.23

Capital stock paid in .......................I
5,000.00
1.000.00
Surplus fund......................... .......... .
Undivided profits.............................
2,239.11
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ................................................
10,859.61
Demand certificates of deposit..
577,46
Time certificates of deposit..........
19,675.05
Certified ch ecks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................... ..................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable........ ........................................ ........

Total

I

39,351.23

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Guide Rock

The Bank of Guide Rock
Charter No. 187.

(Incorporated)

.President | N. M. Doudna...................... ................. Cashier
.Vice-President
........................................Assistant Cashier

W . T. Auld.

STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 76,715.25
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ............
194.62
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets.............. ....................... . ................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
3,000.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
813.80
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and b an k ers............
71.156.25
Checks and items of exchange......................
Currency.............................................
3,700.00
Silver.........
936.79

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 15,000.00
Surplus fund.......................
3,000.00
Undivided profits..... ......................
3.627.67
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check ............................................... 134,064.09
Demand certificates of deposit..
1.154.95
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.-.......................
Due to national banks........................................
Deposited by state and private
banks and bankers.......................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

T o ta l..........................................I 156.816.71
Total

..................................... S 156,846.71

Guide Rock

Guide Rock State Bank
Charter No. 918. (Incorporated)

H. B. Hunter................
H. Wichmann............................ Vice-President

| John Y u n g .............. ............................C ashier

STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... I
148.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured......................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c .................. ......... ......................—
Bonds....................... . — ................................-.;.
Interest paid o u t ,.................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
5.000.00
Other real estate ................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state.and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
8,683.80
Checks and items of exchange..
70.07
Currency............................
2,432.00
Silver and other coin ..................
998.08
T o t a l......................................... I


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

17,331 95

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 15.000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
3.92
Undivided p rofits...........................
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check, ...................................................
2.328.03
Demand certificates of deposit..
Time certificates of deposit . . . .
Certified checks..............................
Cashier's checks outstanding___
Due to national banks ..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

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

17,331.95

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OF T H E

S T A T E B A N K IN G

119

B OARD

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No 893

(Incorporated)

M. Inhelder......... ...................................... President I Adele H astorf............................ ...C a sh ie r
J. A. K uhl.........................................Vice-President | ............................................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 18,657.66
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .....................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
B o n d s ........................................................... •'..........
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
1,665.00
tures..................................................
Other real e sta te.................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
223.90
Premiums on U . S. and other
bonds and securities...................... ..............
Cash item s.............................................................
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers.............
1,887.26
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash.......................................................
1,350.29

5,000.00
Capital stock paid in ................... I
Surplus fund...........................................................
Undivided profits.......
691.19
Dividends u n p a id .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
10,446.42
c h eck ...........................
Demand certificates of deposit.
205.00
Time certificates of
deposit—
7,441.50
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted............... ........
Bills payable................... ......................................

T o t a l..........................................$ 23.784.11

Haigler

T o ta l......................... ...............$ 23,784.11

The Empire Loan and Trust Co.
Charter No. 138.

(Incorporated)

Thomas Ashton.......................................President I Wm. H. Earned........................... Treasurer
W . H. Earned................................Vice-President | J. E .G aunt......................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................$
14,403.51
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured...............................................
23.49
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, ect ........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets......................................
3,47135
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
500.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
155.51
Premium on U . S. and other
bonds and.securities........................................
Cash items " .................................... ..
................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
29‘.412.13
Checks and items of exchange.......................
S p e cie ................................................
779.05
Bills of other banks, including
gold and silver certificates___
460.00

Capital stock paid in .............. .. .1
5,000.00
Surplus fund....................................
1,300.00
Undivided Profits .........................
................
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k .........................................
28,27V. 18
Demand certificates of deposit.
6.498.28
Time certificates of deposit—
-8,129,58
Certified c h e c k s............................................... ■•
Cashier's checks outstanding...
Due to national bank s.................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills p a y a b le ....................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$

49.205.04

Total

$

49.205.04

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Hallam

The Hallam Bank
Charter No. 513.

(Incorporated)

Gerhard Rippen.................................. President I JohnJ. M eyer......................................... Cashier
...................................................... Vice-President I G. H. Ruhaak...................... Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts......................$
22.242.38
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.........................................
14.4C
Stocks, securities judgments,
claims, e t c ....................................
887.76
Bonds and warrants............................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking nouse furniture and fix­
tures........................
1,500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid...................................................
2,113.54
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
70,060.66
Checks and items of exchange............. ..........
Currency and g o ld .........................
5.070.00
Silver and pennies...........................
393.19

Capital stock paid in ....................$
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided profits...........................
Dividends unp aid...........................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ...............................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit___
Certified ch eck s.............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable............ : .....................

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

5,000.00
555.00
3.613.68
46.655.42
575.90
45.882.83

102,281.93

T o t a l..........................................I 102,281.93

Harbine

The State Bank of Harbine
Charter No. 859. (Incorporated)

Chas. Sandman......................................President I James W rig le y .......................................Cashier
J. S. H o le ............ ........................ Vice-President | Bertha W rig le y ............... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
•

L IABILITIES

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts......................$
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured...............................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ....................................
Bonds.................................. ................
Other assets......................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
Other real e s t a t e ...........................
Current expenses and taxes
paid......................... ........................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities..................
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
Checks and items of exchange.
Cash......................................................

16,868.84

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

35,080.47


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

135.82

3,021.30
903.02

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 10.000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits..............................
1.427.98
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check.................................................
15,137.24
Demand certificates of deposit..
242.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
8.273.25
Certified c h e c k s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding —
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

11,605.21
194.26
2,352.02

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

35,080.47

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Hardy

B A N K IN G BO A R D

121

The Hardy Bank
Charter No. 190. (Incorporated)

W . H. L eigh...........................................President | Jas. H. Pair— ................................... Cashier
.. Vice-President I ............................................... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 102.458.48
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
1,497.36
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets.............................. .............................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
2,900.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,993.86
Premium on U.S. andother bonds
and securities................................
Cash ite m s .........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
46,626.77
Checks and items of exchange..
Cash......................................................
6,378.69
T O T A L .................................... S 162,855.16

Hardy

T o t a l......................................... % 162,855.16

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 818.

B.
O.

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 15,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
6,629.82
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check....................................................
98.550.35
Demand certificates of deposit..
7,145.26
Time certificates of deposit.........
34,529.73
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Notes and bills re-discounted...........................
Bills p ay ab le ..........................................................

(Incorporated)

T. Y e a t e s .................................... President | Thos. D. (iriffln........................................Cashier
D. Althouse.......................Vice-President I ...................................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts........................$ 33.066 00
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
475.47
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ............................................... ..........
Bonds .......................................................................
Other a ssets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .............................. ..................
4,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,149.98
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
2.77 6
Checks and items of exchange ................
Cash......................................................
2,870.24

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 44,337.55

Capital stock paid in ....................... § 12,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
1,441.99
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ....................................................
19,856.95
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.....
11.038.61
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

Total

$ 44.337.55

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Harrisburg

A N N U A L REPORT OF T H E

The Banner County Bank
Charter No. 916

(Private)

Frank H ollenbeck.........Owner and President I M. A. H ollenbeck..............................Cashier
......................................................... Vice-President I ....................................... ..
Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts........................$ 21,114.92
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
571.39
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds................................................... ................
Other a ssets.........................................................
Banking house, furniture und fix­
tures ..................................................
1,000.00
Other real e sta te ...................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
436.50
Premiums on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.......................................
Cash item s.............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
999.94
Checks and items of exchange. . .
3,468.03
Cash....................................... ..............
1.202.65

Capital stock paid in ......................$
5,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1,000 00
542.46
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k .................................................
18,594.66
Demand certificates of deposit..
1,845.26
1,794.05
Time certificates of deposit..........
Certified c h e c k s................ : .................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers .......................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted........................
Reserved for tax e s............ ............
50.00

T otal.......................................... $ 28,826.43

Harrison

28,826.43

The Commercial Bank
Charter No. 193.

C.

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

(Incorporated)

F. C offee....... ........................... President | F. W . Clarke............................................ Cashier
..Vice-President I W . H. Davis : .................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts...................... $ 224,552.68
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
1.243.51
c u re d .............. .............. v.................
Stocks, securities; judgments,
221.00
claims, e tc.......................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets................................................. ..........
Banking house furniture & fixtures
3.000.00
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expences and taxes paid
5.951.11
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.......................... ..............
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from nat’l, state and private
banks and bankers.......................
16,728 46
Checks and items of e xch an ge...
26.03
Cash.......................................................
7.596.20

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 10.000,00
Sui plus fund......................................
2.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
13.127.91
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposit subject to
check ............................................... 229,788.37
Demand certificates of deposit..
12.418.82
18.439.89
Time certificates of deposit__ _
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks....................
3.544.00
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p a y a b le .........................................................

T o ta l...........................................I 289,318.99

T o t a l........... ............................. I 289.318.99


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SEC R E T A R Y OF T H E ST A T E

Hartington

B A N K IN G

123

BOARD

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 694. (Incorporated)
W . S. W e s to n ...................................... Cashier
Geo. B e ste ...........................Assistant Cashier

J. C. Robinson................................... President
L. E. Jones. J r....................... Vice-President

STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES

Capital stock paid in ..................... § 50,000,00
Surplus fund......................................
2,250.00
Undivided p rofits.................................
7,394.07
Dividends unpaid.............. ..................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck......................................... ■■■
53,702.23
Demand certificates of deposit..
6,368.99
Time certificates of deposit.......
74,993.43
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks ........................
2,968.21
Due to state and private banks
and bankers................ ...................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

Loans and discounts....................... I 170,883.95
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
1,533.53
cured................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ............................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ........... ...............................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ..................................................
6,000.00
Other real e s t a t e ............................................. .
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.119.35
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s...............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate bankers..................................
11,946.59
Checks and items of exchange. . .
188.00
Cash.......................................................
6.005.51

T o t a l......................................... 8 197.676.93

T o ta l.......................................... S 197.676.93

The Union State Bank

Harvard

s

Charter N o 196. (Incorporated)
P. H . Updike.............
J, H. Y o s t .................. ........... Vice-President

| E. M. Bengtson...........

ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
L IAB ILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts......................$ 167,524.49
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
983.21
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures...................................................
8,300.01»
Other real e sta te ......................... .......................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities. . . ' .................................
Cash it e m s .........................................
99.71
Dues from nat’l, state and pri­
vate banks andbankers..............
17,019.46
Checks and items of exchange..
226.08
Cash......................................................
7,222.97

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 201.375.92

Capital stock paid in......................$ 25.000.00
Surplus fund..........................................
3.15000
Undivided profits [net] ....................
2.215.74
Dividends unpaid. Int. Eqc. and
r e n ts ......................... » .. .............................. —
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ..........................
73,917.96
Demand certificates of deposit..
13.796.08
Time certificates of deposit.......
76.429 64
Certified checks..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Dne to national banks.....................................>•
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................
6,866.50
N otes and bills re-discounted........................
Bills payable..........................................................

Total

$ 201,375.93

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Harvard

The Harvard State Bank
Charter N o. 739.

(Incorporated)

G.
A. H e r zo g ..................................... President |F. Kuenneth ................. ........................ Cashier
M. W e il......................................... Vice-President |W . H. H e r z o g ....................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEM BER 12, 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES

Capital stock paid in ...................... I 25.000 00
Loans and discounts....................... $ 125,735.51
Surplus fu n d ...................................... . 2,000,00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
Undivided profits n e t ....................
2.328.13
2,874.30
cured ................................................
Dividends unpaid............................. •
3.00
Stocks, securities, judgments,
Individual deposits subject to
claims, e t c ........................................................
ch eck................................................
63.160.46
Bonds.........................................................................
Demand certificates of deposit .
7,653.91
Other a s s e t s .......................................... ..............
Time certificates of deposit.........
60 509.73
Banking house furniture and fixCertified c h e c k s ............................................... .
Cash ite m s .........................................
243.96
Cashier’s checks ou tstan d in g............... ........
tures..................................................
1,000.00
Due to national oanks........................................
Other real e sta te ..... .......................
Due to state and private banks
Current expenses and taxes paid
766.36
and bankers....................................
Premium on U. S. and other
N otes and bills re-discounted ........................
bonds and securities....................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................
Due from national, state and private banxs and bankers ...........
22,840.37
Checks and items of exchange..
1.984.25
C a sh ..............................................
6,743.20
T o ta l.................... .................... $ 161,421.59

Hastings

T o t a l......................................... S 161,421.59

The Bank of Commerce
Charter No. 863. (Incorporated)

W m . M. Low m an....... ......................... President I F. E. Garratt........................................Cashier
O. C. Zinn....................................... Vice-President I L . A. D a ily ...................... Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 158,689.34
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
3,164.34
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e tc ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures........ ....................
500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
6,671.12
Cash item s.................................; ..........................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers..............
61,227.38
Checks and items of exchange..
1,279.35
Cash......................................................
23,001.40

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 254,532.93

Capital stock paid in ..................... S 30,000.00
Surplus fu n d ..............................
10,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
8.209.20
Dividends unpaid...............................
400.00
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................ 124,013.10
Demand certificates of deposit..
70,223.20
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified checks.............. ....................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks'
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
11,687.43
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p ay ab le ..........................................................

Total

$ 254,532.93

SECRETARY

Havelock

OF T H E S T A T E B A N K IN G

BO A R D

125

The Farmers and Mechanics Bank
Charter No 571

(Incorporated)

Ira E. A tk in son ....................................... President | G. It. Buckner............. .................. Cashier
G. G. S m ith ..................................... Vice-President I ............................................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... S 81,291.14
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
8,247.61
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .............. ........................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets................................ ..........................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
4.719.70
Other real e sta te......... .......................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
43.15
Premiums on U . S. and other
bonds and securities........................ ............
Cash item s..............................................................
D u e l om national, state and pri23,830.31
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash.......................................................
17,743.16

15.000.00
Capital stock paid in ................... $
1,750.00
Surplus fund.................
Undivided profits.......
76.20
Dividends u n p a id .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck..........................
56,188.33
Demand certificates of deposit. 12.935.65
Time certificates of
deposit—
52,924.89
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checus outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................. ......... .
Notes and bills re-discounted..
Bills payable....................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 138,875.07

T o ta l......................................... $138,875.07

Hay Spring

The Farmers and Merchants Bank
Charter No. 200.

D.
C.

(Incorporated)

T. T a y lo r..........................................President I J. E. Plummer.................................. Cashier
A. Johansen......................... Vice-President | ........................................... Assiscant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................$
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ...............................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, ect ..................................
Bonds..................................................
Other assets.....................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................
Other real estate ....................... .
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U . S and other
bonds and securities..................
Cash ite m s ................ ...............
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers —
Checks and items of exchange.
C ash......................................................

Total
A


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,S

19,217.92
385.71

2,994.30
1.0 6 61

Capital stock paid in ....................$
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided Profits .........................
Dividends unpa'a...........................
Individual deposits subject to
check .........................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit —
Certified checks . . . . ' . ....................
Cashier s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills pay ab le....................................

10.000.00

1.500.00
2,482 89
21,734.03
400.00
14,153.45

21.074.55
154.83
5,346.45

50.270.37

Total

$ 50.270.37

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Hay Springs

ANNUAL

R E P O R T OF T H E

The Northwestern State Bank
Charter N o. 201.

(Incorporated).

Charles W e sto n ................ : ............. President | W . B. McQueen ...........................
Cashier
Leo J. Schill .........................Vice-President I S. A. M cQ u e en .......... .......Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 102.929.59
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
2,253.60
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .......................................... •...............
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ...................................... .
4.518.82
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes pa'd
1,516.88
Preminm on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.............. ......................... ....... .
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers ...........
15.343.64
Checks and items of exchange..
715.95
Cash.....................................................
5.519.35
T o ta l....................... ................. $ 132,797.83

Heartwell

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 15,000.00
Surplus fund....................................
5.000.00
Undivided profits, ...........................
5.188.78
Dividends unpaid........................................ .........
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck....................................................
72.160.49
Demand Certificates of d eposit..
8,175,64
Time certificates of deposit.........
27,272.92
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks...................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable..... ................................

T o t a l..........................................* 132.797.83

The Heartwell State Bank
Charter No. 877.

(Incorporated)

Jacob Bernhard.............................President 1 V. L. Johnson ............................................ Cashier
C. A Robinson................ ..Vice-President I ....................................................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts.................... . . . $ 24,700.55
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured....................... ........................
69 22
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c .................................... . .................
Bonds................................ ......................................
Other a s s e t s ................................................... .......
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
500.00
Other real e sta te ............................. ..............
Current expenses and taxes paid
124.25
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.........................................
23.16
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
13,467.42
Checks and items of exchange..
198.05
C a sh ......................................................
1.562.20

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I

40.644.85

Capital stock paid...........................$
5,000.00
Surplus fund.....................................
500.00
Undivided profits.............................
198.17
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
13,295.46
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
11,401.50
Time certificates of deposit.......
10,249.72
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p ay ab le ........... .......................,.

Total

® 40.644.85

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OF TH E ST A T E

B A N K I N G BO A R D

127

The Thayer County Bank

Hebron

Charter No. 202. (Incorporated.)
F. M. W etherald ......... ......................President 1 W . D. Galbraith............ ........................ Cashier
W . S. Bushnell............ ........... Vice-President 1 C. E. G reen................... ___Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IAB ILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 148,251.80
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..................................................
191.22
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ............................
18.050.00
Bonds....................................................
2.500.00
Other assess..........................................................
Banking house..................................
10.000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities- Int. paid
Hash item s...........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
29.095.18
Checks and items of exchange..
535.95
P aper....................................................
6.060.00,
Gold and silver......................................
3,552.28
T o t a l............................................. 8 218,239.38

Hemingford

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 30.000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
10,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
2,373.02
Dividends unp aid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................ 119,379.30
Demand certificates of deposit..
20.660.99
Time certificates of deposit.......
32,591.66
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks.........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
3,234.41
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l............................................. $ 218.239.38

The First State Bank
Charter No. 635, (Incorporated)

James B a rry ......................................President I K . L . P ie r c e .......................................... Cashier
G. L. f a y lo r ......................... Vice-President I Anna M. P ierce.................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
L IABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... f 37.222.60
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
1,0 0 12 0
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t e ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
510.00
Other real e sta te ........................................
Current expensesand taxes paid
1.262.48
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks arid bankers............
42,317.79
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash .....................................................
1,621.80

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$

83.995.87

Capital stock paid in ...................... $
5.400.00
Surplus fund..........................................
1.080.00
Undivided profits............... .............
3,608.41
Di vidends unpaid....................... ...........................
Individual deposits subject to
check ...............
51,514.54
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.....
19,609.00
Certified ch eck s..................... ■■...........................
Cashier's checks outstanding—
2.783.92
Due to national banks ......................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable.....................................

Total

.1 83.995.87

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F IF T E E N T H

Henderson

ANNUAL

REPORT OF T H E

The Bank of Henderson
Charter No. 205.

(Incorporated)

John Friesen, S r .................................. President I G. W . Friesen........................................Cashier
John J. Friesen......................... Vice-President I P . L . Friesen...................Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 76,156.20
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
616 80
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
1.605.87
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
425 79
Premium on time certificates..
1,960.62
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and h ankers............
12.505.66
Checks and items of exchange..
3,519.03
Cash......................................................
2,996.88

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund.........................................................
Undivided profits..... .......................
4,577.89
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
21,635.66
Demand certificates of deposit..
15,759.32
48,143.98
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Deposited by state and private
banks and bankers............................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 100.116.85
Total ......................................... $ 100,116.85

Hendley

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 869, (Incorporated)

W . T. McKinnev................................. President j
C. H. D reier,...............................Vice-President

E. L. LUndquist___- .............. _—

.Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts...........,............$ 51,024.58
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
2,646.05
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................... ................................
Bonds.............. .......................... ......... ................
Interest paid o u t..................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
2,874.50
Other real estate ................................................
Current expenses and taXes paid
826.52
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.................... ................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state.and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
5,545.62
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash....................................................
4,752.62

Capital stock paid in ......................I 10.000.00
300.00
Surplus fund.................................... .
Undivided p ro fits...........................
1.528.91
Dividends -unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check....................................................
40.115.68
Demand certificates of deposit..
1.723.41
Time certificates of deposit.......
14,001.89
Certified checks.............................. ............. .
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers...................................................... .
Notes and bills re-discounted...................... ..
Bills payable..........................................................

Total .................. 67,669 89


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T o ta l......................................... $ 67,669.89

S E C R E T A R Y OP T H E S T A T E

Herman

B A N K IN G

129

BO A R D

The Plateau State Bank
Charter No. 934. (Incorporated)

C. B a tta ....................................... President
E W . B u rdic......................... Vice-President

G.

........................................................... ........Cashier
Earl C. B u rdic..................Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts........................$ 123.290.87
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .......................... ....................
1.538.78
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds....................................................
..............
Other a ssets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and
fixtures.............................. ..............
4,400.00
Other real e sta te .............................
5.558.85
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on time certificates......................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state
and
private hanks and bankers.......
48,978.42
Checks and items of exchange..
57 03
Cash ....................................................
4.319.00

Capital stock paid i n ......................$ 20,000.00
Surplus fu n d .............................................. 1,600.00
Undivided profits.............................
6,507.14
Dividends unpaid............... ..................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................. 107,470.33
Demand certificates of deposit..
435.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
55,056.52
Certified checks.. . ............................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
302.00
Due to national banks...................
79.49
Due to state and private banks
and hankers....................................
1,692.47
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l.......................................... $ 193,142.95

T o ta l................ ........................$ 193,142.95

Hershey

The Bank of Lincoln Co.
Charter No. 753. (Incorporated)

F.
E. Seeherger................. .............President j J. W . A b b ott..........................................C ashier
Martin Mickelsen....................Vice-President I ................................................ Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts........................I 26.755.05
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
74.67
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, warrants, e t c . . . , ...................... . —
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures...............................................
1,500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid....................................................
384.75
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.....................................
Cash it e m s .......................................................... >
Due from national, state and
private banks and banker-*—
5.482.80
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
1.007.19

Capital stock paid in....................$
5,000,00
Surplus fund.....................................
3,000 00
654.30
Undivided profits,............... ...........
’ Dividends u n p a id .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ................................................
21,235.26
Demand certificates of deposit
1,225.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
4.089.90
Certified checks ..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................... ............
N otes and bills re-discounted__
Bills payable — .......................... .

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$

35.204 46

Total

.$

.35.204.46

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F IF T E E N T H

Hickman

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Bank of Hickman
Charter No. 208.

(Incorporated!

L. Envart....................... ......................President 1 C. L. Morrison............
J. H. Catron, S r ......... ...........Vice-President r ........................................ ........ Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts..................... | 68.481.93
Overdrafts, secured and . unsecured.....................................................................
Stocks, securities judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
School warrants..... ........................
1,402.38
Other assets.................................. .........................
Banking nouse furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
• 626.38
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid....... ...........................................
902.51
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
80,449.62
Checks and items of exchange..
405.30
Gold, silver, nickles and c e n ts...
3,606.80
Currency.............................................
2,758X0

Capital stock paid in ....................$
10,000.00
Surplus fund................ •.. .7...........
3,000.00
Undivided profits..........................
3,044.19
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ..............-.............................. ..
68,486.97
Demand certificates of deposit.
20.225.11
Time certificates of deposit___
53.704.65
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding..........................
Building fund....... . ....................
172.00
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable....................................

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

158,632.92

T o t a l......................................... $ 158,632.92

hiidreth

The Franklin County Bank
Charter No. 209. (Incorporated)

J. P. A . B l a c k .....................................President I W . S. M arr............................................ Cashier
C. W . B lack.................................. Vice-President! H. S. Kirkbride................. Assistant Cashier
ST A T E M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts......................I
98.987.12
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured.......................................
396.03
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds................................................ ,
2,000.00
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures...............
2,722.91
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid...................................................
630,40
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities..'....................................
Cash item s...............................................................
Due from national, state and
•private banks and bankers___
53.674.68
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash.....................................................
6,849.20

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,$ 165,240.34

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2,000.00
Undivided proSts. ...............
1.823.73

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

Individual deposits subject to
cneck....................................................
64,254.61
De nand certificates of deposit..
65,225.33
Time certificates of deposit.......
21.936.67
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks...................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers...................... ..........
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

Total

.$

165,240.34

S E C R E T A R Y OF T H E S T A T E B A N K IN G

H
ildreth

BOARD

131

The State Bank of Hildreth
Charter No. 922

(Incorporated)

Henry Gund.......................... . . .............. President I A. R. Laudi..............................................Cashier
C . P. Gund....................................Vice-President | ................................................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts ......................$
5,170.48
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured....... .........................................
318 66
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds......... ........................................ .....................
Other assets .......................... ............................. .
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
600.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxespaid
316.24
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.....................
1,080.00
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks andbankers —
....
6,133.44
Checks and items of exchange ....................
C a sh ......... .........................................
3,598.69

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund.............................................. ...........
Undivided profits.........
57.64
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ....................................... .
2,183.67
Demand certificates of deposit.. 1.676.20
Time certificates of
d ep osit... . 3,300.00
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state, and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted —
Biils payable......................................

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

Holbrook

17,217.51

T o t a l......................................... S 17,217.51

The Bank of Holbrook
Charter No.

S am ’l Patterson
C. M. Brown . . . .

605.

(Incorporated)

.............. President |' A. M. K e y e s ......... ................................ Cashier
..V ice -P re sid e n t ! Van E. J. Peterson........ Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906

RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... I 76,629.03
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
2,863.41
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claim s,etc............................................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other a s s e t s .............. ...........................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
765.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,005.96
Premium on U . S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
C.,sh item s.........................................
15.00
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
18,766.70
Checks and items of exchange..
13.80
Cash...................................................... '
4,838.11

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................. • 5.896.39
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individval deposits, subject to ........ —
ch eck.......................
.’ ...
66.579.20
Demand certificates of deposit.. 7.114.08
Time certificates of deposit........
16,307.34
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 105,897.01

Total

$ 105,897.01

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Holmesville

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The State Bank of Holmesville
Charter No. 853.

J. H. Stelnm eyer.................................. President
......................................................... Vice-President

(Incorporated)
G. W . Steinm eyer.......................... Cashier
.............................................Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 31,930.13
Overdrafts; secured and unse­
cured..................................................
1,461.47
Stocks, securities, judgments,
chums, e t c .......................................
60.00
B onds........................................................................
Other assets..................................... ....................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures...................................................
3,300.00
Other real e s ta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
20.00
Premiums on U S. and other
bond t ai d securities ......................................
Cash it e m s ..................
66.45
Due from national, and private
banks and b a n k e rs.....................
3.968.82
Checks and items of exchange.. ................
Cash..................
1,610.39

Capital stock paid in......................I 10,000.00
Surplus fund...........................................................
784.88
Undivided profits — .....................
Dividends u n p a id.................................................
Individual deposit subject to
c h eck ................................................
20,480.68
Demand certificates of deposit.
11.154.70
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified c h e c k s................ ...............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted—
................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

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

Holstein

-*2,420.26

T o t a l......................................... $ 42,420.26

The First State Bank
Charter No. 684. (Incorporated)

A. L C la rk e ..... ....................................... President I W . B. Hargleroad.............................Cashier
Geo. T. Brown............... ............... Vice-President 1 C. L. S ta n le y ............. . Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES

Loans and discounts...................... $ 35,684.75
Capi
stocK paid in ...................... I 10.000.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
Surp us fund......................................
1.500 00
cured .....................................................................
Undivided p ro fits............................
3,2i0.07
Stocks, securities, judgments,
1 Dividends unpaid ...............................................
ments, claims e t c ............................................
Individual deposits subject to
Bonds .......................................................................
ch eck................................................
19.887.47
Other assets......................... ................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
24,609.42
Banking house furniture and fix­
Time certificates of deposit...........................
tures..................................................
950.75
Certified checks...................................................
Other real e sta te ........................ .........................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Current expenses and taxes paid.
1,312.99
Due to state banks..............................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due to state and private banks
Due from national, state and
and bankers................................................
private banks and bankers.......
18,638.00
N otes and bills re-discounted— ....................
Checks and items of exchange..
129.75
Bills payable..........................................................
2,490.72
Cash......................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I

59,206.96

Total

.$ 59,206.96

SECRETARY

homer

OP T H E

STATE

B A N K IN G

133

B OARD

The Homer State Bank
Charter No, 211. (Incorporated)

W . H. Clapp........................................... President | C. J. O’ Connor.........................................Cashier
W m . Nixon................................ Vice-President | G. W . M c B e a th ................ Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEM BER 12, 1906
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 85,515.81
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
.87
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
B o n d s......................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................ ! .............
1,790.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,412.76
Premium on U. S. and othei
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.. .......
22,975.44
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
4.224.06
T o t a l......................................... I 115,918,94

Homer

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 10.000.00
Surplus fund.........................................
15,000.00
Undivided .profits............ ..v ...........
4,982.62
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ...................................................
35,849.54
Demand certificates of deposit .
4,027.33
46,559.45
Time certificates of deposit......
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.... ................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

T o t a l....... ................................. S 115,918.91

The Security State Bank
Charter No. 770. (Incorporated)

Thomas Ashford. J r........................... President | W . H. R y a n ............................................ Cashier
John Ashford.............................Vice-President | Geo. W . Ashford................ Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
L IAB ILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 52,269.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................... .........................
510.20
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, etc . . , ..............................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture & fixtures 1,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
561.69
Cash item s.........................................
15.75
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
26,485.44
Checks and items of exchange..
134.99
Cash............................... ......................
2,598 58

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 83,575.65

Capital stock paid in ....................... I 10,000.00
Surplus fu n d .....................................
1.000.00
Undivided profits, n e t....................
3.821.58
Dividends unpaid ...................... ..........................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
32.507.60
Demand certificates of deposits.
845.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
33,862.47
Certified checks..'...........................
1,539.00
Bills payable...........................................................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state, and private banks
and bankers................ ...................

Total

I

83,575.65

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F IF T E E N T H

hooper

A N N U A L R E P O R T OF 1 T H E

The Dodge County Bank
Charter No. 212

(Incorporated)

Jerry Denslow..................................... President 1 T. W . L y m a n ....................... .............. .. Cashier
Casper M oeller......................... Vice-President ! C. H . L ym an...........>— Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts.......................$ 225,855.96
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,266.41
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds................................. . . ..................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ......................... .......................
8,330.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,946.84
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash items ...............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
51,560.80
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Cash........................................... .......
11.931.40

Capital stock paid in...................... $ 25,000.00
.Surplus fund......................................
25,000.00
Undivided profits ...........................
4,628.67
Individual deposits subject to
91,397.82
ch eck....... ........................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
2.287.24
Time certificates of deposit....... 150,217.73
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to State and private banks
and bankers....................................
2,359.95
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T otal.......................................... $ 300,891.41

T o ta l.......................................... $ 300,891.41

Hoskins

The Hoskins State Bank
Charter No. 584.

(Incorporated)

Aug. Ziem er.......................................President | John F. Crosby .......................................Cashier
Ernest Rehmer....................... Vice-President 1
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 63.487.44
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
531.08
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets, interest paid...........
1.950.24
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ...........................................*...
2,645.00
Other real e s ta te ................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,219.36
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
34,463.30
Checks and items of exchan ge..
132.10
Currency..............................................
1,840.00
Specie ................................................
638.26

Capital stock paid in....................... S 10,000.00
Surplus fund .....................................
2.000.00
Undivided p rofits............................
4.545.64
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
39.251.56
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.........
51.109.58
Certified c h e c k s ...............................' ................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national b an k s........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers .......................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted........................ .
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 106,906.78

T o t a l......................................... $ 106,906.78


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Howe

BO A R D

135

The Bank of Howe
Charter No. 512.

(Incorporated)

H. 0 . K le c k n e r ............................... President I John T. C ox............................................ Cashier
.................................................Assistant Cashier
W m . Campbell....................... Vice-President i
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... 1 48.695.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
2,164.47
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
2,490.14
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
587.09
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s................................................. > .........
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and hankers............
37,623.21
Checks arid items of exchange..
24.60
1,692.43
C a sh .................. .— ........................

Capital stock paid in .................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2,000.00
1,992.64
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid..................................................
Indivual deposits subject to
75,736.53
c h eck ................................................
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
3,547.77
Certified ch ecks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable.....................................

T o t a l......................................... S 93.276.94

T o t a l......................................... 1 93.276.94

Howells

The Colfax Comity Bank
Charter No. 214.

(Incorporated)

E. F. c 0 id a ......................................... President | L. F. F olda.............................................Cashier
Joseph S m .tla n ....................... Vice-President I A. P olda...............................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1900
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... S 191.843 62
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
248.22
Stocks, securities, judgments,
"claims, e t c ....................... ...........
................
Bonds................................................................... .
Other a s s e t s ...................................... ................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures ......................................................... 4000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities................................. ■■■■_
Cash items.........................................
15.05
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and b a n k e rs..........
11,595.44
Check and items of exch an ge...
124.87
Cash......................................................
10,430.93

Capital stock paid in ....................... £ 20.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
5,000.00
Und vided profits.............................
2,279.42
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
80.552.29
Demand certificates of dep osit..
5,000.00
Time certificates of deposit ___ 105,426.42
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o t a l......................................... £ 218,258.13


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T o t a l.................................. .. ..1 218.258.13

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Nowells

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Howells State Bank
Charter No. 669.

H. Quesner.............................. ...............President
H. Holstein.................................Vice-President

(Incorporated)
I E. Quesner.............................................Cashier
I P. E. Kavan .
.............Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 112,967.46
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured .................................................
975.84
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.................................................... . . . . . . . . . .
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1.323,60
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid .............."
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash items ............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
12,774.21
Checks and items of e xch an ge...
39.78
Cash.............................................
4,669.54

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ ] 5,000 00
1,750 00
Surplus fund......................................'
Undivided profits.............................
1,556.84
Dividends unpaid.......................................
Individual deposits subject to
^ ch eck................................................
43,968.77
Demand certificates of deposit.....................
Time certificates of deposit.......
70,474.82
Certified checks................................... ..
Cashier's checks outstanding....................
Due to national banks.......................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 132,750.43

Hubbard

T o t a l........................................ * 132,750.43

The Hubbard State Bank
Charter No. 743. (Incorporated)

David F. W aters .
Chas. R. Kennedy

....... President |Michael W aters
Vice-President I F. J. H e e n e y ...

................... Cashier
Assistant Cashier

ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 41,992.14
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
65.58
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims e t c .................................................. ;
Bonds .......................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
2,150.00
Other real e sta te ............ .....................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
22.22
Cash item s............................. ................................
Due from national, state and pri­
10.313.18
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
3,830.71

Capital stock paid i n ..................... $
7 000 00
Surplus fund..................................
Undivided profits........................... .' " 2.647.75
Dividends unpaid......................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
19,282.24
Demand certificates of deposit..
796.34
Time certificates of deposit.......
28,647.50
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................

Total


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$ 58,373.83

Total

*

58,373.83

SECR ETAR Y

Hubbell

OF T H E ST A T E

B A N K IN G BO A R D

187

The Hubbell Bank
Charter No. 215.

W . H. Conklin.........................................Owner |

(Private)
..................................................................... Cashier
.................................................. Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... I 49.305.36
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .....................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
B o n d s....................................................... ...............
Other assets.......................................... '..............
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
2,500.00
Otuer real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s................................................... ..........
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and hankers.............
75,848.51
Checks aid items of exchange..
459.33
Bills ......................................................
2.815.00
S p e cie ..................................................
5,086.70

Capital stock paid in .................... $ 10,000.00
5.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
Undivided profits.............................
9,017.48
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Indivual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................ 111.997.42
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable......................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 136.014 90

T o ta l......................................... « 136,014.90

Humboldt

The State Bank
Charter No, 216.

(Incorporated)

S. P. Cist ...........................................President | J. F. W a lsh .............................................Cashier
W . A. Greenw ald................... Vice-President
S. R. G ist.............................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 121.082.57
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ..... ................................ ..........
4,679.27
Stocks, securities, judgments,
50.00
claims, e t c ....................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets ..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
5,490.47
Other real e sta te ......................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2.150.19
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities. . .. .......................... .......
Cash items........................................_.....................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
17,146.24
Check and items of exchange........................

T o t a l......................................... S 156,217.37


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LIA B ILITIE S
Capital stock paid in ....................... | 25.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
5,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
7,201.23
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
72.872.92
Demand certificates of deposit..
46,143.22
Time certificates of deposit ..........................
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o t a l......................................... 1 156.217.37

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F IF T E E N T H A N N U A L

Humphrey

REPORT OF

THE

The Bank of Ottis & Murphy
Charter N o. 817.

(Incorporated)

T. K. O ttis ............................................. President I B. R. Cowdery...................................... Cashier
P.
E. McKillip......................... Vice-President |F. H. Tieskoetter.............. Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 119.320.45
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
3,898.35
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds................................................ v. ......... .......
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fixtures....................................... ...........
2,500.00
Cash ite m s..............................................................
Other real e sta te .............................
7,500.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,024.41
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Due from national, state and private banxs and bankers ...........
12,394.03
Checks and items of exchan ge..
216.31
C a sh ......................................................
6,577 85

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 25.000 00
surplus fu n d ......................................
5.000,00
Undivided profits n e t ....................
2.580.58
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
44.455.92
Demand certificates of deposit .
10,646.30
Time certificates of deposit.........
52.748.60
Certified c h e c k s .................................................
Cashier’s checks ou tstan d in g........... .........
Due to national oanks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted ........................
Bills p a y a b le ......................................
5.000.00

T o ta l......................................... $ 154,431.10
Total

Huntley

...............................$ 154,431.40

The State Bank of Huntley
Charter No. 832. (Incorporated)

O. H. Johnson......................................... President I F. E. E ichelberger........................... Cashier
Geo. A. Dailey..............................Vice-President I ............................................... Assistant Cashier
S T A T E M E N T , NOVEMBER 12- 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 26,424 37
Overdrafts, secured nnd unse­
cured................................................
75.91
Stocks, securities, julgm ents.
claims, e tc ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tu r e s .................................................
2,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
916.78
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers..............
1,170.05
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Cash.......................................
2,137.56

Total


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I

32.724.67

L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in ......................$
6,000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
500.00
Und vided profits.............................
1.581.04
Dividends jnpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
18,946.06
Demand certificates of deposit..
293.97
Time certificates of deposit......
2,903.60
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks
..
2.500.00
Due to state ana private banks
and bankers......... ..........................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p ay ab le ......................................

Total

I

32,724.67

SECRETARY OF TH E ST AT E

Hyannis

B A N K IN G

BOARD

139

The Bank of Hyanms
Charter No, 486. (Incorporated)

John Clay.................................................President | W . H. N ic k le s .......................... ......... •' Cashier
James F o r b e s ........................... Vice-President I H. A . L otspeich............... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA BILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 133.380.80
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,880.64
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
1,000.00
Other real e sta te ......................... .............; ........
Current expenses and taxes paid
588.53
Premium on U. S. and othei
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s ....................................... ......................
Due from national, state and pri­
59,158,37
vate banks and bankers.. .......
Checks and items of exchange.. ................
C a s h ..................... .......... ....................
4.613.42

Capital stock paid in .......................$ 15,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
10,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
4,699.71
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ................................................ 138,467.51
Demand certificates of deposit .
7,739.35
Time certificates of deposit........
24.598.01
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
117.18
Notes and bills re-discounted........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 200,621.76

T o t a l......................................... « 200.621.76

Imperial

The Farmers and Merchants Bank
Charter No. 219. (Incorporated)

James M. S ew ell......... .....................President I O. P. Shallenberger..'.........................Cashier
........................................... Vice-President | J. E. Burke...........................Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 69,004.45
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................... ..........
1,373.74
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ........................................................ .
Bonds........................................................................

Capital stock paid in ....................... I 15.000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
1,500.00
Undivided profits, n et....................
2.839.33
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check................................................. 108.291.38
Demand certificates of deposits.
65.2.47
Time certificates of deposit.......
23,393.74
...........................................
Certified checks.......
Bills payable...........................................................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................. — .. —

Banking house furniture & fixtures 2,000.00
Other real e sta te...................
4,292.71
Current expenses and taxes paid
966.90
Cash items — ................................. ,............
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
66,764.72
Checks and items of exchange..
666.1 <
Cash......................................................
6,608 23

Total


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$ 151,676.92

T o t a l......................................... « 151.676.93

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Inavale

ANNUAL

REPORT OF TH E

Bank of Inavale
Charter No. 795

(Incorporated)

Charles Hunter......................................President | S . M. T r u e ........................................... Cashier
G. R. M cCrary........................... Vice-President I ..... ......................................... Assistant Cashier
ST A T E M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 28,332.16
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
504.65
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets.........................................................
Banking house, furniture und fix­
tures ..................................................
1,025.00
Other real e sta te ...................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
388.71
Premiums on U. S. and other
•bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
5,170.18
Checks and items of exchange........................
Cash.......................................................
3.792.30

T otal.......................................... $ 39,213.00

Indianola

Capital stock paid in .................. . $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund...........................................
50000
Undivided profits.................................
1,270.69
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ................................................
23,986.06
Demand certificates of deposit..
1,636.25
1,820.00
Time certificates of deposit..........
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ..................................
N otes and bills re-discounted___
Reserved for tax es.........................

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

39.213 00

The State Bank
Charter No. 220.

J. W . Dolan.,
Marion Powell

(Incorporated)

.........President | W m. A. D olan......................................... Cashier
Vice-President | ............................................... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts...................... $ 133,982.17
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
126.50
Stocks, securities; judgments,
claims, e t c .; ........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets...........................................................
Bankinghouse furniture & fixtures
5.000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s........... ...................................................
Due from nat’l, state and private
banks and bankers.......................
57,763 99
Checks and items of exchange........................
Currency and gold...........................
8,010.00
Silver....................................................
901.84

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 20 . 000.00
2,400.00
Suiplus fund.....................................
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid...........................
4,829.99
Dividends unpaid..............................
Individual deposit subject to
check ...............................................
98,696.04
Demand certificates of deposit..
10.540.42
Time certificates of deposit____
69,318.05
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks............................... ........
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

Total


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.$ 205,784.50

Total

$ 205,784.50

L1\R Y O F T H E S T A T E B A N K IN G

Indianola

BO A R D

141

Farmers and Merchants State Bank
Charter No. 913. (Incorporated.)

C. A. Hedges .. .
John Broomfield

.........President I Homer Me Anility.................. ............. Cashier
Vice-President | Clarke H e d g e s .......... ..
Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12, 1906.

RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 12 ,516.75
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..................................................
3 ¿¡5
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ............................................
Bonds................ , .................. ! .. .. . .. . !
Other asse s ............................. . . . . . . . . . .
Bank nghouse furniture ¿fixtures
4,317.72
Oouer real esta e ...................................... '
Current expenses and taxes paid
756 40
Prem um on U. S. and other
bonds and securities- Int. paid ..............
Oasn ¡ferns..............................................................
Due from national, state and privar.e banks and bankers............
8.251.32
Checks and items of exchange..
14.01
Casl1......................................................
4,819.99

Capital stock paid in .................... $ 12 500 00
Surplus fu n d .............................
Undivided profits......................... . ........... ¿16 84

T o t a !............................. ...............30,680.0+

Inman

I Dividends unpaid......................................
|
|
i
!
|

Individual dep jsits subject to
......... .......................................
10.420.95
Demand certificates of deposit..
4.348.25
Time certificates of deposit.......
2 80+ 00
Certified ch eck s.......................................

1 Cashier’s checks outstanding__

Due to national banks...................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable............................................... ’ ' "

T o t a l.............................................$ 30,680.04

The Inman State Bank
Charter No. 622. (Incorporated)

Ed E. G a lla g h e r .............................President
r. F. B r nin r'ia-n .............. Vice-President

E. C. Sharp.. ..
W W . W atson

....................Cashier
Assistant Cashier,

STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured....................
St uk s. securities, judgments.
Bonds................
Other assets................................
Bank ng tk+use furniture and fix­
tures ...........................
Other real e sta te .........
Current expense* an I ta x e ; p t l
Prem um on U S. and otner
bonds and securities . .
Ccis.i it m s ....................................
Due from national, stat, ami pri­
vate ban <s and bankers ...
Checks and items of exenange
Currency................
S p e cie .......................................
T o ta l..............................
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|

127.01

1.000.00
1. +03 52
343.49
14.980.00

Capital stock paid in ............
Surplus fund............
Undivided profits___
Dividends unpaid.......
Individual deposits subject to

<$

Demand certificates of deposit..
Time certificates of deposit
Certified ch ecks...
Cashier's checks outstanding
Due to national banks ..
Due t >state and private banks
and bankers...................
N otes and bills re-discounted..
Bills payable...........................

6,000.00
2.000.00
3,289.67
2(5,746.62
10,853.85

1.697.00
614.4!
48.890.14

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

$ 48.890.14

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Ithaca

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Farmers State Bank
*•
Charter No. 687

(Incorporated)

G. F. W a g n e r..................................... President | J. M. Hail
F.
C. H anke...........................Vice-President | .......... .

....................Cashier
Assistant Cashier

STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts. ....................| 42,885.10
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
74.94
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ......................................
Bonds...................................................
Other assets........................................
Banking house furniture and flxtu r e s .................................................
1,662 00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,417.67
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
39.788.94
Checks and items of exchange.....................
Currency and gold.........................
2,890.00
Silver and pennies...........................
245.94
T o ta l........................... , ............. $ 89,962.59

Jackson

L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in ...................... $
5,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1.500.00
Undivided profits ...........................
3,510.01
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ...................................................
34,619.48
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
45,333.10
Certified check s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

T o ta l..........................................$ 89,962.59

The Bank of Dakota County
Charter No. 651.

(Incorporated)

Ed T. K earney..................................President | Ed T. K earn ey......................................... Cashier
C. M. K e a r n e y ....................... Vice-President | .............................................................Asst. Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 117,765.49
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................. ..............
154.84
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets.............. ..........................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
3,300.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,177.67
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
30,933.30
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Cash......................................................
3,434.16

Capital stock paid in....................... | 10,000.00
Surplus f u n d ......................................
2.000.00
Undivided p rofits.............................
2.045.73
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck....... ...................................... :
38,041.67
Demand certificates of d eposit..
1,955 00
Time certificates of deposit.......... 102,080.66
Certified c h e c k s ...............................
642.40
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national b an k s........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 158,765.46


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T o t a l......................................... $ 155,765.46

SECR ETAR Y OF TH E ST A T E

Janssn

143

B A N K I N G BO A R D

The State Bank of Jansen
Charter No. 612.

Peter Jansen.....................................President
John P. Thiessen................ Vice-President

(Incorporated)
I C. J. Claassen.......................................Cashier
j H. A. Thiessen....................Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... I 55.230.11
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
296.54
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and flxtu r e s .................................................
3,300.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
741.33
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
8,493.53
Checks and items of exchange..
3.16
Casti.......................................................
1,964.99
T o t a l......................................... $ 70.034.96

Johnstown

Capital stock paid in .................... $ 12,000.00
1.200.00
Surplus fund......................................
Undivided p ro fits...........................
2,527.21
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Indivual deposits subject
to
c h eck ........................................
39.593.84
Demand certificates of deposit..
14,713.91
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks.................. ......................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable......................................

T o t a l......................................... 3 70,034.96

The Citizens Bank
Charter No. 614.

(Incorporated)

A. G. H o lt.......................................... President | E. M. H o lt................................................. Cashier
N.
C. H o lt............................ Vice-President I Hazel M. H o lt......................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... S 24,776.50
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu re d ................................................
816.68
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ....................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures ................................
950.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
242.84
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash items..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
G.779.57
Check and items of exch an ge...
J,582.00
Currency.............................................
790.00
Gold and silver.................................
811.33

Capital stock paid in ....................... |
5,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
3,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
1.586.82
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
24.871.50
Demand certificates of d eposit..
455.00
Time certificates of deposit ___
9,795.25
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
40.35
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable.................................... .' .................

Total


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3 44,748.92

Total

I

44.748.92

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Julian

ANNUAL

REPORT OF TH E

The Bank of Julian
Charter No. 226.

(Incorporated)

Emil B e r le t ......................................... President I C. L. Mesnet.
J. E. Casselman — ............ Vice-President I ..........................

....................Cashier
. Assistant Cashier

ST A TE M E N T NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts..................... $
59.910.46
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured....... , ...................
58.10
Stocks, securities judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking nouse furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
2.500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid..............................................
816.75
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash item s..........................................................r . .
Due from national, state and
22.598.42
private banks and bankers___
Ch»iks and items of exchange..
1,208.48
C a s h ....................................................
3,252.35

Capital stock paid in ....................$
10,000.00
Surplus fund....................................
2,500.00
1,674.03
Undivided profits...........................
Dividends un p a id .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck...............................................
55,813.33
Demand certificates of deposit.
641.00
Time certificates of deposit_
19.716.20
Certified ch ecks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Building fund........................................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

3,344.56

T o t a l..........................................$ 90,344.56

Juniata

The Bank of Juniata
Charter No. 552. (Incorporated)

Geo. T. Brow n................................— President I C. J. Vanhouten.................................. Cashier
A .L . Clarke.................................. Vice-President I ................................................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts...................... |
65.572 22
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured...............................................
1.077.82
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
1,142.50
Other real estate ..........................
450.00
Current expenses and taxes
paid..............................
1,930.36
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.........................................
Cash item s...............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
41.528.87
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Cash ....................................................
4,017.54

Total


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.$ 115,719.31

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 20.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2.500.00
Undivided profits..............................
7.654.00
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
Check. . . : ........................................
40.756.18
Demand certificates of deposit..
44,809.13
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable...........................................................

Total

,$

115,719.31

SECRETARY

Kearney

O F T H E S T A T E B A N K IN G

BOARD

145

The Farmers Bank of Kearney
Charter No. 228

(Incorporated)

J. G. L o w e .............................................President I J. A. Boyd................................................Cashier
Joe G arlow ..................................Vice-President! ..................................... ...........Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts ......................$ 185,550.87
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
4,612.52
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.................................. ......................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
3.000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
6,363.82
premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities— , ...........
Cash it e m s .......................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks andbankers............
53,999.07
Checks and items of exchange .
1,222.99
S p e c ie .............................................
6,409.69
Currency............................................
13,525.00

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 25.000.00
2.500.00
Surplus fund..............................—
Undivided profits........
11.161.07
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ........................... 182.807.94
Demand certificates of deposit.. 5,937.26
Time certificates of
d e p osit... . 47,277.69
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state, and private hanks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Biils payable..........................................................

T o ta l.......................................... I 274,683.96

T o ta l......................................... $ 274,683.96

Keene

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No.

874.

(Incorporated)

S. C. S te w art.....................................President | B. E. Bengtson.......... ............ .— ...Cashier
A. J. L arso n ............................. Vice-President | ................................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LI A BILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 21.323.18
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .....................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claim s,etc............................................................
Bonds ..................... .................................................
Other assets ................ ..........................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures ............................................. 500.00
Other real e sta te ....... .........................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,351.73
Premium on U. S. and Other
bonds and securities........................................
C.'.sh item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
11.820.24
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash.......................................................
4,376.41

Capital stock paid in ......................#
5.000.00
Surplus fund.............. ..........................................
Undivided profits.............................
2.426.37
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individval deposits, subject to ................
check .................................................
15.420.43
Demand certificates of deposit..
17.524.76
Time certificates of deposit.........
Certified checks..............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding....
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

T o t a l........................................ $ 40,371.56
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Total

......... .'................... ..........$ 40,371.56

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F IF T E E N T H

Kenesaw

ANNUAL

REPORT OF T H E

The Kenesaw Exchange Bank
Charter No. 585 '

(Incorporated)

A. L. Clarke........................................... President | H . R. Coplin......................................... Cashier
........................................................ Vice-President I ..... ......................................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 67,258.80
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.....................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c . . . .....................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a ssets.........................................................
Banking house, furniture und fix­
tures ..................................................
1,250,00
Other real e sta te ...................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
808.24
Premiums on U. S. and other
bonds and secu rities.......................................
Cash item s.........................................
340 75
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and hankers............
64,817.55
Checks and items of exchange........................
Cash.......................................................
2.154,80

Capital stock paid in ................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2,000 00
Undivided profits.............................
4,909.04
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ................................................
58,057.56
Demand certificates of deposit..
18.240.67
Time certificates of deposit.......
43,422.87
Certified c h e c k s...................................... ............
Cashier’s checks outstanding................... ..
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers .......................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted........................
Reserved for tax e s......................... ..................

T otal.......................................... $ 136,630.14

T o t a l......................................... $ 136,630.14

Kennard

The Farmers and Merchants Bank
Charter No. 499.

(Incorporated)

Magnus Johnson.................................. President [ W . H. Harrison......................................Cashier
John Nissen.............................. Vice-President I ............................................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts— ............... $ 109,193.01
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
c u re d ................................................
1.971.02
Stocks, securities; judgments,
claims, e tc ............................................. ..............
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture & fixtures
2.000.00
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
3,600 64
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.........................................
248.99
Due from nat’l, state and private
banks and bankers.......................
16.718 03
Checks and items of exch an ge...
67 00
Gold coin.............................................
515.00
Currency.............................................
2,333.00
Silver.................................... ...............
497.63

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 15.000,00
Su plus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes, paid...........................
3,734.12
Dividends unpaid................................... ...............
Individual deposit subject to
check ...............................................
70,779.09
Demand certificates of deposit..
74,00
Time certificates of d eposit... .
47,112.24
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to n a to n a l banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
444.87
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p a y a b le ........................................................

T o ta l...........................................$ 137.144.32

T o t a l......................................... $137,144.32


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SECRETARY

Kimball

OF T H E S T A T E

B A N K IN G

BO A R D

147

The Bank of Kimball
Charter No. 831. (Incorporated)

J. J. K inney........................................ President I A. C. Fonda............................................ Cashier
Vice-President | .................................................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 58.219.56
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,155.24
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ........................................
470.59
School o rd e rs..................................
Other a s s e ts ................ ..........................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
3,926 64
tures........................... ......................
Other real e s t a t e ..................... ........................
Current expenses and taxes paid
'759 96
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s...............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
50,407.78
vate hankers....... ..........................
Checks and items of exchange.. .
2,069.07
Currency............................................
2,651.00
Coin .....................................
1.796.75
T o ta l............... ..........................I 121.456.59

Kramer

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 17,000,00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided p ro fits............................
2,476.98
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck....................................................
83,458.27
Demand certificates of deposit..
2,317.41
Time certificates of deposit.......
16,203.93
Certified c h e c k s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national b a n k s ........................................
Due to state and private banks
and hankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable.........................................................
Emergency or bad paper ac c ts.......................

T o t a l......................................... $ 121,456.59

The Kramer State Bank
Charter N o. 828. (Incorporated)

C. B. A n derson.............................. .President ] Paul B e c k ..................................................Cashier
E M. Uphoff........................... Vice-President | .............. : ................................. Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts......................S 22,967.79
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ......................... ...........................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets ..... ................................ ....... .—
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures...................................................
1,300.00
Otnerreal e s ta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
24.00
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash i t e m s .........................................
.61
Dues from nat’l, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
1,130.81
Checks and items of exchange..
113.10
Cash.......................................................
2.095.13

Total


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$ 27.631.44

Capital stock paid in......................$
6,000.00
Surplus fund...........................................................
1.010.45
Undivided p ro fits...........................
Dividends unpaid, Int. Eqc. and
r e n t s .....................................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ................................................
6,899.19
Demand certificates of deposit..
13.721.80
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified ch ecks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Dne to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted... .
Bills payable......................................

Total

$ 27,631.14

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F IF T E E N T H

Laurel

A N N U A L REPO RT OF T H E

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 232.

(Incorporated).

D,
B. W ilson................................... President | Guy W ilson___ •..................................... Cashier
..................................................... Vice-President I J. B. Bessire........................ Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 86,704.15
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
42.25
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ......................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ..............................................
5,000.00
O her real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
881.07
Preminm on U. S. and other
bonds and securities Int paid
a c e t ....................................................
859.00
Cash item s.........................................
160.26
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers ...........
20,713.15
Checks and items of exchange..
233.36
Cash......................................................
5,263.63

Capital stock paid i n .....................$ 25,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
3.300.00
Undivided profits.............................
2,992.57
Dividends unpaid.................. .............................
Indvidual deposits subject to
c h eck ..................: ............................
42,538.03
Demand < ertificates of dep osit..
902,00
Time certificates of deposit.........
45,124.27
Certified c h e c k s ............................................ .
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks.......................................
Due to state and private banks
and b a n k e rs ............................... .................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable....... ..................................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 119,856.87

T o ta l......................................... $ 119.856.87

The Laurel State Bank

Laurel

Charter No. 233.

(Incorporated)

T. F. Clark...................................... President I W . T. Graham ............................................ Cashier
F. A. M cCornack.............. Vice-President I Chas. G. Jordan.......................Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 161,846.42
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
4,646.92
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds....................... ................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix-

Capital stock paid...........................$ 25,000.00
Surplus f u n d ..................................
5,000.00
Undivided profits................ ...........
11,403.49
Dividends unpaid....................i .............................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ...............................................
72,664.97
Demand certificates of deposit..
9,048.84
Time certificates of deposit.......
64,956.49
Certified c h e c k s ................................................. .
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks................................... .. .
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills p a y a b le ......................................
10.000.00

Other real esta te .............................
900.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
3.455.70
including int. paid a c c t ............ '
Premium on U. S', and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash ite m s....................................... .
118.70
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
21,877.49
Checks and items of e xch an ge...
110.97
Currency and gold...........................
3.892.00
Silver and fractional c o in .........
1.225.59
T o t a l..........................................f 198.073.79


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T o ta l..........................................$ 198.073.79

SECRETARY OF TH E

Lawrence

STATE

B A N K IN G

BOARD

149

The State Bank of Lawrence
Charter No. 234. (Incorporated)

H. Gilsdorf ..........................................President 1 I. J. R iley............................................... Cashier
John O. Riley......................... Vice-President I J. G. Riley...........................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 76,177.51
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
3,133.66
cured................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claim s.etc............................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
3,333.00
Other real e s t a t e ............................
500.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.041.85
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..........................................
44.53
Due from national, state and pri­
27.555.80
vate hankers..................................
Checks and items of exchange........................
Currency, nickles and cents.........
2,537.59
Gold and silver coin.........................
4,474.20

Capital stock paid in..................... | 10,000,00
Surplus fund.....................................
2,500.00
2.080.11
Undivided p rofits............................
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
32,027.66
Demand certificates of deposit..
20,101.96
Time certificates of deposit.......
48,085.12
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
3,428.60
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national b a n k s ........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................
Emergency or bad paper a c c ts..
624.69

T o ta l.......................................... I 118.848.14

Lebanon

T o t a l......................................... $ 118,848.14

The State Bank
Charter No. 235. (Incorporated)

J. P. K inne.........................................President | E. E. Devoe ............................................ Cashier
J. B. Cumming......................Vice-President i J. L. Horton......................... Assistant Cashier
. STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and Discounts......................S 65,838.74
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
1,823.20
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
3,600.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
819.45
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Dues from nat’l, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
47.722.46
Checks and items of exchange..
281.08
Currency.............................................
4,470.00
C o in ......................................................
1.034.78

,

Capital stock paid in......................$ 12.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
3.000,00
Undivided p ro fits....... ...................
3.669.53
Dividends unpaid, Int. Eqc. and
r e n ts .....................................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................ 105.297.03
Demand certificates of deposit..
1,623.15
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Dne to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable..........................................................

Total
T o ta l.......................................... $ 125.589.71


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

T o ta l.......................................... 3S 125.589.71
Total
125,589.71

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Leigh

ANNUAL

REPORT OF T H E

The Farmers anci Merchants Bank
Charter No. 236.

(Incorporated)

Thomas Mortimer................................ President | F. Rabeler, J r .......................................Cashier
E.
R. Gurney...........................Vice-President | R. J. McNary ....................Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... I 153,705.87
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured.................................................
1.720.53
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.................................................. .' .................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
3.000.00
Other real e sta te ................................. ............
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.927.85
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash items ................................
2.047.67
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
29,995.87
Checks anditems of e xch an ge...
341.38
Currency.............................................
2,392.00
C o in ......................................................
1,482.96

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 15,000.00
Surplus fund.......................................
7.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
3,356.84
Dividends unpaid..................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
78,139.20
Demand certificates of deposit..
14.808.05
78.310.04
Time certificates of deposit.........
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks . .......................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted —
Bills pay ab le ......................................

I 196,614.13

Total

Leigh

* 196,614.13

Total

The Maple Valley State Bank
Charter No. 237. (Incorporated)

J. H. W u rd e m a n ............................ President |Ed W urdem an................ ................ ....C ash ier
Niels O lso n ................................Vice-President I J. E. Spafford..................... Assistant Cashier

ST A T E M E N T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906
L IAB ILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 93,810.04
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured.................................................
75.17
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims e t c ............................................................
B o n d s............................................ .. ......................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ........................
5,000.00
Other real e sta te ................................... .............
Current expenses and taxes paid
934.27
Cash item s.........................................
1.055.60
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
24.537.64
■Checks anditem s of exchange..
1,215.04
Currency......................
1,063.00
1,373.27
Gold and silver ................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

129,064.03

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 15,000.00
Surplus fund....................................
3.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
4.818.86
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ..................................................
39.075.27
Demand certificates of deposit..
4.611.70
Time certificates of deposit......
62,558.20
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................

Total

$ 129,064.03

SECR ETAR Y

OF T H E S T A T E

B A N K IN G

BO A R D

151

Leshara State Bank

Leshara

Charter No. 901. (Incorporated)
............ President | John Poster............................ ........... Cashier
Vice-President I ............................................... Assistant Cashier

Jay W ille y ...
J. T. Conrad

STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... I
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
Bonds....................................................
Other assets.......................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
Other real e s t a t e ......................... .•
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U.S. anuother bonds
and securities................ ...............
Cash ite m s .........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exchange..
Gold and silver........................... . ••
Currency.................................. ..........

18.435.11
493.57

3,000.00
1,638.57

3,897.64
787.19
1.128.46
1,485.00

$ 28.865.57

TOTAL

Capital stock paid in .......................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund.........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
1,149.15
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
10,280.06
Demand certificates of deposit..
430.00
Time certificates of deposit.........
7,006.36
Certified c h e c k s ...............
.............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Notes and bills re-discounted...........................
Bills p a y a b le ............................................... .........

T o t a l.............................- ......... $ 28,865.57

Bank of Lewellen

Le weiten

Charter No. 886.

(Incorporated)

....... President I C. H. Burk................................................. Cashier
Vice-President I J. H. W e h n ....................... Assistant Cashier

J. W. Wehn

STA TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12, 1906
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts......... ............ $
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
B o n d s ....... i .......... - ............. . ••• •
Other assets................................... ■■
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
Other real e sta te ......................... . .
Current expenses an i taxes paid
Premium on U S. and other
bonds and securities....................
C a s h i t e m s . . . ........................... ••••.•
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks an l bankers............
Checks and items o f exchange
Currency.............................................
S ilver....................................................
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

7.899 77
68.50
25.00

816 89
782.'38

Capital stock paid in....................... $
5,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.................................
1.005.20
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ................................................
18.269.99
Demand certificates of deposit.................
Time certificates of deposit......
1.635.00
Certified checks.............................. ................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and hills re-discounted —
Bills payable.................................... .

14.180 45
811.40
1.217.00
78 80

.$ 25,910.19

Total

S 25,910.19

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ANNUAL

REPORT OF TH E

The Bank of Lewiston

Lewiston

Charter No. 631

(Incorporated)
Frank L. B ratton___

Rudoiph Hunzeker.........
Chas. H. W h ite..............

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER, 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts.......................$ 27,598.96
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
629.19
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
1,650.00
tures ......................... ....................
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
347.07
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s___•....................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
10.281.39
Checks and items of exchange..
458.14
Cash......................................................
2.881.25

Capital stock paid in ...................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
414.84
1.293.00
Undivided profits ...........................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
27,388.35
Demand certificates of deposit..
1,618.81
Time certificates of deposR.......
3,131.00
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks................... ................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

43,846.00

T o ta l..........................................$ 43,846.00

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

The Lexington Bank

Lexington

Charter No. 238.
K ate B. Darr..................................... President
Geo. B. Darr............................. Vice-President

(Incorporated)
Geo. B Darr ............................................ Cashier
C. F. S p e n c e r.............................Asst. Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 137.637.70
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured .................................................
569.82
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.......................................................................
Other assets......... ..................................................
Banking house furniture and fixtu r e s .................................................
7,000.00
17.000.00
Other real e sta te ....... ....................
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
Cash item s..........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
29.122.03
Checks and items of exchange.......................
G o ld ..........................................................
2,700.00
Paper money and coin........................
9,265.51
T o t a l........................................-$ 203,295.06


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in....................... S 50,000.00
Surplus fund .....................................
8,000.00
Undiv ded profits............................
8.191.61
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c et*k................................................
90.458.44
Demand certificates of deposit..
2.500 00
44,145 01
Time cert ficates of deposit.........
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks ...................................... .
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ...................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable....................................

T o t a l....... ................................. $ 203,295.06

SECR ETAR Y

Liberty

OF TH E STATE

B A N K I N G BO A R D

153

The State Bank of Liberty
Charter No. 491. (Incorporated)

F.
H. H o w e y ................................ President I
Joseph Barr........................... Vice-President I

C. S. Chandler........................................Cashier
............................... ................. Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts........................$ 108,656.44
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
466.21
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
25.00
Bonds........................................................................
Other asse ts...........................................................
Banking house furniture and
fixtures.............................................
4,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
715.78
Premium on time certificates......................
Cash item s..........................................
60.76
Due from national, state
and
private banks and bankers.......
32,361.05
Checks and items of exchange..
Cash ....................................................
4,391.19

Capital stock paid i n ......................$ 20,000.09
Surplus fu n d .....................
4,000.00
3,164.12
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................. 101,386.11
Demand certificates of deposit..
22.126.20
Time certificates of le p o sit........................
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l.......................................... $ 150,676.43

T o ta l......................................... S 150,676.43

Lincoln

The American Savings Bank
Charter No. 569. (Incorporated)

Lewis G re g o ry ......................................President I L. F. M. E asterday................................Cashier
N. Z. S nell...................................Vice-President I .................................................. Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... I 270.956.76
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, warrants, e t c ......................................
Bonds and warrants.....................
27,426.12
Other assets,int. pd on deposits
3,510.34
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .......................................................................
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid.................................. ......... .
1,632.15
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash it e m s .............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
19.986.83
Checks and items of exchange.
195.25
Currency.......................
785.00
S p e c ie ..................................................
256.27

Capital stock paid in .........i ........ $
30,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2,500 00
Undivided profits.............................
7,023.67
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k .....................................................................
Demand certificates of deposit
305.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
63,763.78
Demand and time accounts ......... 221,186.27
Certified c h e c k s ..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$ 324.778.72

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

324,778.72

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Lincoln

The Farmers and Merchants Bank

ANNUAL

Charter N o. 620.

REPORT OF T H E

(Incorporated).

G,
W . Montgomery .................... .P resident [ F. J. K inn ey............... ............................. Cashier
L. P. Funkoouser....................Vice-President I L. E. W ettlin g..................... Assistant Cashier
A. B. Jaquith....................— Vice-President |H . C. P ro b a sco .....................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 178.067.33
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
790.38
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
2,433.10
Bonds....................................................
16.800.00
Other a s s e ts ............ ................. ..
Banking house furniture and fix­
4.500.00
tures ...............................................
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Preuiinm on U. S. and other
bonds and securities Int paid
a c c t ........................................................................
Cash item s.............................................
5.628.45
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers ...........
26,806.28
Checks and items of exchange..
3.095.01
Cash..........................................................
8,199.61
Total

246,320.16

Lindsay

Capital stock paid i n .....................$ 50,000.00
1,000.00
Surplus fund................................... ..
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes p a id ...............................
2,636.85
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................. 171,825.88
Demand Certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.........
10,242.71
Certified checks ........................
60.25
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
3,080.43
Due to national banks....................
384,50
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................
2,089,54
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable......................................
5,000.00

246.320.16

Total

The Lindsay State Bank
Charter No. 243.

(Incorporated)

W . A. McAllister..........................President |W . M. Miller................................................ Cashier
O.
T. R oen........................Vice-President I ....................................................... Assistant Cashier
ST A T E M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 41,846.14
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
20.24
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c .............. ............................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ....... ..................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ..............................
3,612.12
Other real esta te .............................
Current expenses and taxes paid
605.64
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.........................................
Cash item s........ ......................... .
................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
24,490.16
Checks and items of exch an ge...
258.90
S p ecie..................................................
716.63
Legal tender notes...........................
3.873.00

Capital stock paid...........................$ 20,000.00
Surplus fund............................................. 700.00
Undivided profits..... .......................
921.54
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck..............................................
20,983.68
Demand certificates of deposit..
4,604.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
28,213.61
Certified c h e e k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I

75,422.83

Total

%

75,422.83

SE C R E TA R Y OF T H E S T A T E B A N K IN G

Lindsay

155

B OARD

Farmers and Merchants Bank
Charter No. 617. (Incorporated.)

Geo. Hau.............................................. President I M. J. Ramaekers..................................... Cashier
P.
E. McKillip ................... Vice-President I Chas. E. Charnquist .......... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 91,586.17
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................ ................................
1,207.99
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c . ........................................................
Bonds.................................................... ................
Other a ssets..........................................................
Banking house furniture & fixtures
3.250.00
Other real e sta te ......................... .......................
Current expenses and taxes paid
837.12
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities- Int. paid ................
Casn item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
2.501.65
Checks and items of exch an ge..
28.03
S p e c ie ..................................................
1,695.67
Legal tender......................................
3,995.00

Capital stock paid in ............ .......... $ 10.003.00
Surplus fund ........................•...........
1,100.00
Undivided profits.............................
1.243.57
Dividends unp aid..............................
100.00
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ........... ..................: .............
29.522.37
Demand certificates of deposit..
6,173.87
Time certificates of deposit.......
56,436.27
Certified checks..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks....................
504.19
Due to state and private banks
21.36
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l............................................. $ 105,101.63

T o t a l......... ................................... $ 105,101.63

Linwood

The Farmers and Merchants Bank
Charter No. 244. (Incorporated)

Longin Eolda.................................... President I Emil F olda.................................................Cashier
Adolph Folda ....................... Vice-President I ....................................................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
LIA B ILITIE S *

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... I 85,605.99
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
2,442.74
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.................. ...............................
2,300.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Due from national, statv and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
7,445.85
Checks and items of exchange..
14.70
Currency.............................................
1.200.00
C oin,.....................................................
2.906.82

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 101,916.10

Capital stock paid in .......................$
8,000.00
Surplus fund......... '...........................
2.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
628.79
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check ...............................................
33,146.90
Demand certificates of deposit..
8,546.38
Time certificates of deposit.......
49,594.03
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

Total

$

101.916.10

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F IF T E E N T H

Lodge Pole

A N N U A L REPO RT OF T H E

The People’s Bank
Charter No. 775.

(Incorporated)

E. D. Hamilton....................................... President
H. I. B a b c o c k ........................... Vice-President

P. G. LaSelle
Assistant

Cashier
Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 27,853.08
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..................................................
3,650.95
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ............................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures...................................................
2,000.00
Other real e s ta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
960.65
Premiums on U S. and other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash it e m s ..................................................... .....
Due from national, and private
banks and bankers.......................
25.846.26
Checks and items of exchan ge......................
Cuj-i......................................................
3,028.84

Capitalsto ;k paid in......................$
6,000.00
Surplus fund.......................................
1,200.00
Undivided profits..............................
3,030.18
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposit subject to
ch e c k ................................................
31,029.14
Demand certificates of deposit.....................
Time certificates of deposit.......
22,083.46
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks..... ..............
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

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

Long Pine

63,342.78

T o t a l............................. ;........... $

63,342.78

The Brown County Bank
Charter No. 247. (Incorporated)

Wm. Glover

.......... President
Vice-President

W . A . Bucklin............................ .......CasTiier
Elma N ic h o ls.............. Assistant Cashier

STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts.......................$ 53,430.54
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.............................................
1,175.36
Stocks, securities, judgments,
ments, claims, e t c .......................
179.88
Bonds ..................................................
...........
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.......................
2,800.00
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid.
2,587.02
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers.......
12,4(0.07
Checks and items of exchan ge..
3,983.63
Currency and gold...........................
2,445.00
S ilv e r ..................................................
282.31

Capitol stocK paid in ...................... | 10,200.00
Surplus fund......................................
255 00
Undivided p ro fits............................
4,5 1 1.91
Dividends unpaid ...............................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ................................................
45.646.63
Demand certificates of deposit..
2,721.75
Time certificates of deposit.......
12.655.72
Certified checks............ ......................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
302.80
Due to state banks...............................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable......................................
3,000.00

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$

79,293.81

Total

$ 79,293.81

SECRETARY

Long Pine

OF TH E ST A T E

B A N K IN G

B OARD

157

The Commercial Bank
Charter No. 894. (Incorporated)

Otto Berger............................................ President | Amos Burwell.......................................Cashier
A . M M odisett...........................Vice-President I ................................................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Roans and discounts....................... $ 20,608.86
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
232.02
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ....... ...................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................
2.910.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid 1.283.66
Premium on U .S. and other bonds
and securities....................................................
Cash ite m s .................................. .—
78.55
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.
3,950.50
Checks and items of exchange..
¡33.73
Cash....................................
2,439.88

Capital stock paid in .......................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
1,560.60
Dividends unpaid................................................. .
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
14,567.51
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.........
4.538.09
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
971.00
Notes and bills re-discounted...........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

T O T A L .................................... $

Loom
is

31,637.20

T o t a l......................................... $ 31,637.20

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 551.

(Incorporated)

A. E. Johnson......................................President | A. G. Johnson..........................................Cashier
A . L. Johnson............................ Vice-President ! Alfred E. Johnson............Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts.......,...............$ 25.047 36
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,037.13
Stocks, securities, judgments.
c aims, e t c .....................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fixtures .................................................
1.643 03
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
223.55
Premium on U S. and other
bonds and securities............ ..
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
3.610.15
Checks and items of exchange ................
Cash......................................................
2,992.83

Capital stock paid in ...................
5,000.00
Surplus fund.......................
70.00
Undivided profits.........
461.98
Dividends unpaid ..................... _..........................
Individual deposits su b ject’ to
c h e c k ............................
8.418.35
Demand certificates of deposit..
2,912.00
Time certificates of deposit___!
17.691.72
Certified checks..................................... .............
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..'.......................................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 34,554.05


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

34,554.05

158

F IF T E E N T H

Lorton

ANNUAL

REPORT OF TH E

The Bank of Lorton
Charter No. 564.

(Incorporated)

Theo. Frerichs....................................... President I J. F. E vers...................................... '....C ashier
H.
P. Anderson.......................Vice-President I ..............................................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... I 30,387.67
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ............................................................... .
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets......................... .................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ..................................................
2,650.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
353.40
Premium on time certificates......................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
34.289 11
vate hanks and hankers............
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash.................... : ................................
2,989.54

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1,000.00
673.56
Undivided profits....... ..................... .
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
45,526.16
Demand certificates of deposit..
1,007.00
Time certificates of deposit......
12,463.00
Certified checks................................... ...............
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Deposited by state and private
banks and bankers.......................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

T o ta l......................................... I
Total ....... ..............................$

Louisville

70.669.72

70.669.72

The Bank of Commerce
Charter No. 249.

(Private)

Thomas E. Parmele.........................President I Geo. H . W o o d .....................................Cashier
........................................................Vice-President I ......................................... .
.Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEM BER 12. 1906
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES

Capital stock paid in ......................J 10,000.00
Loans and discounts........................I 89.580.43
3,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
Undivided p rofits...........................
849.69
cured.................................................
5.643.68
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
Individual deposits subject to
claims, e t c ..................................................... .
c h e c k ..................................................
54.312.48
Bonds........................................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
53,827.57
Interest paid o u t..................................................
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Banking house furniture and fix­
Qertified checks...................................................
tures . . , ..................................
3,000.00
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Other real estate ................................................
Due to national banks....................
24.83
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Due to state and private banks
Premium on U. S. and other
and bankers................................
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................
.332.05 Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills p a y a b le ,... - .............................
Due from national, state, and pri­
vate banks and bankers......... .
16,697.62
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash.........................................................
6.760.79.

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$ 122,014 57

Total

$

122,014.57

SECR ETAR Y

Loup City

OF TH E S T A T E

B A N K IN G

BO A R D

159

Loup City State Bank
Charter No. 816. (Incorporated)

.E G. Taylor...................................... President I
J. S. P e d le r........................... Vice-President I

C. C. C a rlsen ......................................... Cashier
.................................................Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 80,034.50
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .........................
2,232.46
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and
fixtures.............................................
7,455.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.892.94
Premium on time certificates......................
Cash item s....................................................... —
Due from national, state
and
private banks and bankers.......
5,682.74
Checks and items of exchange..
5,002.99
Cash .........- ....... ................................

Capital stock paid i n ......................$ 25,000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
250.00
Undivided profits.............................
5,908.62
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck .................................................
46,191.02
Demand certificates of deposit..
7,232.99
Time certificates of deposit..........
12,71^00
Certified checks......... .................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable.............................5.000.00

T o ta l.......................................... * 102,300.63

T o t a l ....................................... $ 102,300.63

Lushton

The Bank of Lushton
Charter No. 662. (Incorporated)

E. J. W ightm an. ................ ................. President I L. Allison................... , ............................ Cashier
Geo. W . P o st.............................Vice-President |P. K. M oore............... ........ Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discoun t s ....................... $ 35.840. lb
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu red ................................................
1,189.27
Stocks, securities, judgments,
100.00
claims, warrants, e t c ......................................
Bonds and warrants............................................
Other assets.int. pd on deposits ' ................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..........................
1,500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid...........................-.......................
368.81
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash it e m s ........................................ ................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
18,331.71
Checks and items of exchange.
1.10
Cash............................
‘ 1.896.23

5,000.00
Capital stock paid in.........*........ $
Surplus fund.....................................
1,000 00
Undivided profits.............................
1,763.63
Dividends unpaid ................ ............................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
20.334.94
Demand certificates of deposit
8,499.39
Time certificates of deposit.......
22,629.26
Demand and time a c c o u n ts.............................
Certified c h e c k s ..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers................................
Notes and bills re-discounted__
Bills payable....... .. ............................

Total,


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,$ 59,227.22

Total

$ 59,227.22

160

F IF T E E N T H

Lynch

ANNUAL

REPORT OF T H E

The Bank of Lynch
Charter No. 539.

P. N elson.............................................. President
Geo. W. Chambers..................Vice-President

(Incorporated)
I R. H . Harris................... ..................... Cashier
| P. C. Turechek.............. Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts......................,$ 35,440.81
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured.................................................
856.95
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ....... ..................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets.............■.............................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1.500.00
Other real e sta te ................................. ...............
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,370.91
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities ....................................
Cash items ........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
1,897.15
vate banks and bankers............
Checks anditems of e xch an ge ...
1.160.71
Cash.......................................................
3,257.91

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
2,841.69
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
16,831.56
c h eck ................................................
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
13,470.46
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
1,340.73
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payab le..........................................................

T otal......................................... I

Lynch

45,484.44

T o t a l......................................45,484.44

The Ponca Valley Bank
Charter No. 601. (Incorporated)

Ë. R oe .................. ...................................President

1 C. F. R o e ............ ............................... ..Cashier
Dan Melsha............ ........... Assistant Cashier

ST A T E M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....... ........... $ 59,251.08
Overdrafts secured and unse'
cured................................................
1.463.87
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims e t c ............................................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets....................................................—
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................ .
5,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,653.23
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
25.058.41
Checks anditem s of exchange..
1,403.08
Cash............................................. . . . .
6,347.45

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 15,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
3.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
6,530.20
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
47,695.56
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
920.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
28,031.36
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers................................... . — . . . . .

Total .................................101,177.12


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

T o ta l....................................... $ 101,177.12

SECRETARY

OF TH E ST A T E

B A N K I N G BO A R D

161

The Farmers Bank

Lyons

Charter No, 615. (Incorporated)
W alter E verett........................... .....P re sid e n ti W . S. N ew m eyer..................... ...........Cashier
Fremont E ve rett..................... Vice-President I John F. Piper ................... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 184,541.95
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,480.30
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds..................... ...................................................
Other a s s e t s ....... ’.................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ....................................................................
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and othei
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s ....................................... ......................
Due from national, state and pri23,247,90
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exchan ge.. ................
Cash......................................................
7.057.94

Capital stock paid in .......................$ 15.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1,500.00
Undivided profits.............................
1,803.80
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ................................................ 163,359.23
Demand certificates of deposit ....................
Time certificates of deposit.........
31,398.56
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Due to national banks....................
3,266.50
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 216,328.09

T o t a l.................. ......................$ 216.328.09

The Citizens Bank

McCook

Charter No. 276. (Incorporated)
V . Franklin...............................President | A. C. E b ert..........................................................Cashier
James S. Doyle....................... Vice-President | G. H. W a tk in s....................Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 303,656.73
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured...............................................
2,163.76
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c .......................................... ...............
Bonds....................................... ................................
Other a s s e ts ................ .................................. —
Banking house furniture & fixtures 16,000.00
Other real e sta te......................... .......................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,479.44
Cash item s.......................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
79,855.47
Checks and items of exchan ge..
4,249.78
B ills ................................ >...................
4,641.00
S p e c ie ......................................................
6,210.24

T o t a l......................................... $ 418,256.42


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LIA B ILITIE S
Capital stock paid in ...................... I 50,000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
7,000.00
11,116.66
Undivided profits,...........................
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................. 158.717.04
Demand certificates of deposits.
52,965.50
Time certificates of deposit.......
83,242.37
Certified checks..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
16,206.95
Due to national banks....................
2,158,90
Due to state and private banks
and bankers................ ...................
36,849 00
Bills payable...........................................................

T o t a l......................................... 3 418,256.42

162

F IF T E E N T H

McCool Junction

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Blue River Bank
Charter No. 277.

(Incorporated)

Geo. W . P o s t.......................................... President I Arthur L . M oore................................ Cashier
T. W . Smith................................ Vice-President I ............................................... Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 101,557.76
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..................................................
1,820.13
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .......................................
100.00
Bonds................................................................... .
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures...................................................
2,500.00
Other real e s ta te ...........'.....• ............................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,426.83
Premiums on U S. and other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash it e m s ..........................................
314.59
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
20.830.80
Checks and items of exchan ge..
394.99
Cash......................................................
3,750.30

Capital stock paid in......... t ..........|
7.500.00
S urplus f und.......................................
1,500.00
Undivided profits..............................
5 659.71
Dividends un p a id .................................................
Individual deposit subject to
c h e c k ................................................
47,100.95
Demand certificates of deposit.
43,254.54
Time certificates of deposit......
27,680.20
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

Total

...............................$ 132,695.40

T o t a l......................................... $ 132,695.40

McCool Junction The Farmers & Merchants Bank
Charter No. 784. (Incorporated)
E. E. Lincoln
W . C. Smith.

...........President I W . W . S e n g ........................................Cashier
Vice-President I W . L. S e n g .................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts..... ............... .$ 29,918.15
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured....................................... .
109.60
Stocks, securities, judgments,
ments, claims e t c ...................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other a sse ts..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
774.98
Other real esta te ..................................................
Current exoenses and taxes paid.
1,595.26
Cash item s...............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers.......
11,485.13
Checks and items of exchange..
30.00
Cash......................................................
1,651.06

Capital stocK paid in ...................... | 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
200.00
Undivided p ro fits...........................
3,236.42
Dividends unpaid ...............................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ........................................
22.465.99
Demand certificates of deposit..
2,504.35
Time certificates of deposit.......
7,157.42
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to state banks...............................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

... $ 45,564.18

Total

.$

45,564.18

S E C R E T A R Y OP T H E S T A T E

McLean

B A N K I N G BO A R D

163

The McLean State Bank
Charter No 599

(Incorporated)

Edward F. Barnes.................................President I Emil B o e h le r.......... ..............................Cashier
Phil. A . W eyh rich .................. ViceP-Presidest I .............................. .................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 33,034.72
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
169.53

Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, etc...................... ! ..........................

Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets................................ ...........................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................
2.500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
652.04
Premiums on U . S. and other
bonds and securities.....................................
Cash item s...................................... .......................

Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
Checks and items of exchange..
Cash.......................................................

Capital stock paid in ....................$
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided profits...........................
Dividends unpaid ...........................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ...............................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit —
Certified checks.............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks............
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..
Bills payable....................................

10. 000.00
1,600.00
810.95
13,903.72
211.35
14.186.32

1,687.32
190.97
2,477.76

T o t a l..........................................$ 40.712.34

T o ta l......................................... S 40,712.34

The Macon State Bank

Macon

Charter No. 820.

(Incorporated)

C. H ild reth ...............................................President I F. M. Hildreth........ . .......................Cashier
............................................................Vice-President | Ed. Van S te e n b e rg .... Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906
L IAB ILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts................ 7,576 32
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured ...............................................
................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e c t ....................................
............. .
Bonds........................................................................
Other a ssets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................
1,650.00
Other real estate ....................... .........................
Currentexpenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U . S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash ite m s ..............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
11.039.48
Checks and items of exchange......................
C a s h ......................................................
3,015.34

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$

23.281.14

Capital stock paid in ....................3
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided Profits .........................
Dividends unpaid...........................
Individual deposits subject to
check .........................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit —
Certified c h e c k s .............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
N otes and bills re-discounted...
Bills p a y a b le ....................................

Total

5,000.00
• 802Ì28
12,169.86
1.659.00
3.650.00

S 23,281.14

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F IF T E E N T H

Madison

A N N U A L REPORT OF

THE

Madison State Bank
Charter N o. 254.

(Incorporated)

L .A . Stuart ............................. ........... President | W . E . Taylor...........................................Cashier
G.
B u e t tn e r ......................... Vice-President j A. P. P ilg e r....................... Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 201.416.96
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu re d .................................................
2,367.15
Stock*, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......... ...............................................
Bonds and warrants.......................
26,374.73
Other assets ... .................. ................... ..........
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
750.00
Cash ite m s ....... . — ............................................
Other real e sta te .............................
1,071.07
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Due from national, state and private banxs and bankers ...........
23.926.98
Checks and items of exchange..
C a sh .................. ...................................
13,233.97

Capital stock paid in ........................$ 50.000 00
Surplus fu n d .................................... ,
20,000,00
Undivided profits n e t ....................
4.614.68
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck..... ........................................ 116,652.12
Demand certificates of deposit .
16.174.62
Time certificates of deposit.........
61.669.44
Certified c h e c k s ............................................... .
Cashier's checks outstanding ...
Due to national nanks...................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted ...
Bills p a y a b le ....... . .........................

Total ..........................................$ 269,140.86
T o t a l......................................... $ 269,140.86

Madison

Home Savings Bank
Charter No.

919. (Incorporated)

Peter Rubendall............ . ........... " . . . President I Ed F ric k e ........................................... Cashier
Ed O’S h e a.......................... ...........Vice-President I ............................................... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES
L IA B IL IT IE S
Loans and discounts............ -......... 3 24.913.77
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured............................................. .......................
Stocks, securities, julgm ents,
claims, e tc ......................................
684.63
Bonds............................... ....................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................. *
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
281.91
Cash item s............................................................ .
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
1,911.26
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Cash......................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I

27.791.57

Capital stock paid in ..................... 3 12,000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
Undivided profits................ ...........
582.68
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
15,208.89
Demand certificates of deposit..
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified checks.............. ...............
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to n ° tional banks
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p ay ab le .....................................

Total

$ 27,791.57

S E C R E T A R Y OP T H E S T A T E B A N K I N G

Madrid

BOARD

165

The Madrid Exchnnge Bank
Charter No 257

(Private)

C. H. B e a u m o n t.................................. President I F. E. Beaumont.................................... Cashier
........................................................ViceP-Presidest I ................................................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... I 41,587.05
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
520.79
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
B o n d s ..... .................................................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures............. ..................................
3,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,107.82
Premiums on U . S. and other
bonds and securities.....................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
18,240.02
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash.......................................................
9,255.11
T o t a l..........................................$ 74.710.79

Magnet

Capital stock paid in ....................$
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided profits...........................
Dividends unpaid ...........................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck..... .........................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit —
Certified checks.............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..
Bills payable....................................

10,000.00
15,669.90
40,354.94
8.685.95

T o ta l......................................... 3 7i.710.79

The Magnet State Bank
Charter No. 648.

(Incorporated)

Frank E. Strahan.................................... President I I. O. W oolston................................... Cashier
H F. W ilson..................................Vice-President | ........................................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................3
21,243.10
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured...............................................
147.84
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, ect ..................................
Bonds..................................................
Other a ssets.................. ...................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..»............ ................................
1,186 00
Other real estate .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
293 72
Premium on U . S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s ............................
9-95
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
2.265.61
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Paper C urrenc y ..... ..........................
1,407.00
Gold and silv e r................................
666.15

6,000.00
Capital stock paid in....................$
Surplus fund....................................
614.00
Undivided Profits .........................
395 92
Dividends unpam.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check ..........................................
11,518.45
Demand certificates of deposit.......................
Time certificates of deposit—
6,691,00
Certified checks ...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p ay ab le....................................
2,000.00

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$

27.219.37

Total

S 27.219.37

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Malcolm

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Malcolm State Bank
Charter No. 938.

(Incorporated)

J. W . Daily....................... ...............President I R. F. W esterhoff.................................... Cashier
Peter H. K ilz e r _______ ____ Vice-President I ................................................ Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts..................... S
6.267.60
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ...............................................
Stocks, securities judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Other assets......................................
................
Banking nouse furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
2,500.00
Other real e sta te .....................................
—
Current expenses and taxes
p a i d ...,..........................................
85.89
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash item s..........................
10,00
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
4.070.24
Checks and items of exchange..
C a s h .....................................................
2,215.70

Capital stock paid in ....................$
7,500.00
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided profits.....
124.35
Dividends unpaid .................. , ............................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck......................................... ..
5.179.91
Demand certificates of deposit.
230.00
Time certificates of deposit_____
615.17
Certified ch eck s..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Building fund.........................................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable....................................
1.500.00

T o ta l........................................$
T o t a l......................................... $

Malmo

15,149.43

15,149.43

The Farmers and Merchants Bank
Charter No. 258. (Incorporated)

Peter Reimers........................................President I H. H. Ostenberg................................. Cashier
G. E. Breden berg....................... Vice-President | ..................................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts......................$ 110,583.02
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured..................................... .........
1.602.36
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.............................
2,000.00
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
4,000.00
Other real e s t a t e ...........................
Current expenses and taxes
paid.............................
3,993.72
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s....................
3.40
Due from national, state and
private banks andbankers—
33.431.51
Checks and items of exchange.
168.68
Specie.............................................
2,584.02
Currency......................
2,265.00
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$ 160,631.71

Capital stock paid in .................... I 12.£00.00
Surplus fu n d ,................
2.750.00
Undivided profits..............................
6 550.5 >
Dividends unpaid................................... ..............
Individual deposits subject to
ctteck.............................
48.959.22
Demand certificates of deposit.. 87,420.49
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified c h e c k s ..........., ............ ............ ...........
Cashier’s Checks outstand n g —
2,451.50
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable..... ...............................

Total

.$ 160,631.71

SECR ETAR Y

Manley

OF T H E S T A T E

B A N K IN G

BOARD

167

Manley State Bank
Charter No. 906 (Incorporated)

Jno. A . D o n e la n ....'........................... President |W . D. Bish.................................................Cashier
C .-W . Bish.................................. Vice-President | ............................... .................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts ....... .. — .. .$ 12,572.93
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
398,40
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures ................ ................................
1.666.66
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
583.61
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.................. .
Cash item s.........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
7,699.71
Checks and items of exchange .
Cash ....................................................
583.02

Capital stock paid in ......................$
5,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
250.00
608.39
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ....................... <......................
8.635.86
Demand certificates of deposit..
Time certificates of deposit.......
8,835.08
Certified checks....................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding—
175.00
Due to national hanks........................................
Due to state, and private banks
and hankers....................... ............
N otes and bills re-discounted —
Biils payable......................................

T o ta l.......................................... $ 23,504.33

T o t a l......................................... $ *3,504.33

The Martell State Bank

Martel!

Charter No.

888.

(Incorporated)

R. E. M oore............. .... ......................President | W . H. H. M oore___
John H . M oore..............
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 34,982.05
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
247.23
Stocks, securities, judgment^.
claim s.etc.......................................
’•
Bonds ............................................................ .......
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house, furnkure and fix­
tures ............................
650.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
731.55
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities............................... ........
Ci.sh item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and hankers.............
26,440.92
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash................. ....................................
2,585.74

Capital stock paid in ......................I
5,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
1.168.30
Undivided profits.....................—
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individval deposits, subject to ..............
check...........................................
15.470.82
Demand certificates of deposit..
40.579.98
Time certificates of deposit.............................
Certified checks...............................
3,418 39
Cashier’s checks outstanding..-..................
Due to national banks...................................... .
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable.............................. , . . .

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 65.637.49

Total

$ 65,637.49

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Martinsburg

ANNUAL

REPORT OF TH E

The Martinsburg State Bank
Charter No. 764.

(Incorporated)

W m . A u g e ...............................................President I M. I. Mellon........................................... Cashier
J. M. O’ C on n ell......................... Vice-President | Fred Jeffery..................... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 30,577.27
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
328.61
cured ................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ..................................................
900.00
In te res t paid.....................................
191.05
Current expenses and taxes paid
212.10
Premium on time certificates..
57.23
Cash it e m s .............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and ban k ers............
1.704 01
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
2,155.68

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ .'j.OOQOO
250.00
Surplus fund.............-.......................
Undivided profits.............................
407.34
Dividends unpaid............................................ .
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
9,564.76
Demand certificates of deposit..
1.318.90
19.584.95
Time cerrificates of deposit......
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Deposited by state and private
banks and bankers.......................
Notes and bills re-discounted__
Bills pay ab le.....................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 38,125.95
Total ........................................ $ 36,125.95

Mason City

The Mason City Banking Co.
Charter No. 562. (Incorporated)

P. H. M arlay.........................................President I R. B. W alk e r.........................................Cashier
E. B. C o p le y ...............................Vice-President I ................................................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 49,696.93
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
51.75
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .....................................................
Bonds............................. ..........................................
Interest paid o u t..................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
5,800.00
Other real estate ................................................
Current expenses andtaxes paid
664.45
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state.and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
7,663.35
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash....................................... .............
6,455.14

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$ 70,331 62

Capital stock paid in ......................| 18,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................
2,400.00
Undivided profits...........................
1,965.58
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check....................................................
39.490.88
Demand certificates of deposit..
2,654.99
Time certificates of deposit.......
5,820.17
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

Total

8 70,331.62

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Mason City

OF T H E S T A T E

B A N K IN G

BO A R D

169

The First
State Bank
•
Charter No. 834. (Incorporated)

.

William Pursell............ ....................President ! W . H. Reynolds........... ....................... Cashier
George P. Gilmore___ .........Vice-President I Charles C. Cooper.. .. ___Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... I 17,163.16
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
7.37
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claim s.etc........................................
School ord e rs......................................................
Other a s s e t s ...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
2,000.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ..............
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.................... ................
Cash item s.............................................................. ;
Due from national, state and private bankers..................................
6,385.55
Checks and items of exch an ge...
50.06
Currency.............................................
2,487.00
Silver ..................................................
752.25
Gold ......................................................
40.00

Capital stock paid in ..................... $
6,000,00
Surplus fund......................... i ...............................
Undivided profits less exppnses
1,148.73
and taxes paid ..............................
Dividends unpaid..............................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
19.930.66
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
480.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
1,326.00
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national b a n k s........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................... ................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..................... r- . .
Bills xiayable..........................................................
Emergency or bad paper a c c ts.......................

T o t a l......................................... $ 28,885.39
T o ta l.......................................... $ 28,885.39

Maxweil

The Maxwell State Bank
Charter No. 763. (Incorporated)

W . H. McDonald............................... President j W . H. Plumer............................................Cashier
A. W . Plumer......................... Vice-President ! A. G Plumer......................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCE 8

L IAB ILITIES

Loan* and Discounts......................$ 20.659.82
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
90.71
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ... ." ...................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
1,660.00
Other real e s ta te ............................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
909.33
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities...................................... .
Cash it e m s ..................... ....................................
D ies turn n a l’l. state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
21.809.00
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
1,844.42

Capital stock paid in......................$
5.000.00
Surplus fund...........................................................
Undivided p ro fits...........................
3.325.34
Dividends unpaid. Int. Eqc. and
r e n ts ............................................. ........................
Individual deposits subject to
clieck................................................
30.777.46
Demand certificates of deposit..
1,784.50
Time certificates of deposit.......
6,085.98
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Dne to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers............................................ ............
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable..........................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 46.973.28

Total

$ 46,973.28

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Maywood

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The State Bank of Maywood
Charter No. 572.

(Incorporated)

C. B. Chamberlain............................ President I S. W . H unt...............................................Cashier
W . A . Chamberlain ............ Vice-President I E. J. Perkin ......................... Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts..................... S
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ...............................................
Stocks, securities judgments.
claims, e t c ....................................
Other assets......................................
Banking nouse furniture and fix­
tures................................................
Other real e sta te ...........................
Current expenses and taxes
paid..................................................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities ................
Cash item s.......................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
Checks and items of exchange..
S p ecie............................................. .
Currency.............................................

111.766.29
4,029.57

1 . 200.00

2,855.36

19,35:1.34
823.48
910.40
1.336.00

Capital stock paid in ....................$
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided p ro fits.........................
Dividends unpaid ...........................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ...............................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit —
Certified ch eck s.............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Building fund....................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable.............. .'...................

15,000.00
2,300.00
8.075.85

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

142,274.44

89,190.07
65.00
27.643.52

T o t a l.................................. . . . . $ 142,274.44

Mead

The Bank of Mead
Charter No. 262. (Incorporated)

P. L. H a ll................................................ President I C. T. Condit........................................... Cashier
Thos. O stenberg........................Vice-President I G. Soderberg.......................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
L IABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts......................$ 106,428.95
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured........................................... .
356.84
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds, U. S .......................................
3,000.00
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
2,626.50
Other real estate ...........................
Current expenses and taxes
paid...................................................
2,141.26
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.........................................
Cash item s..... ........................... : . . . .
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
103,249.17
Checks and items of exchange.
76.34
Coin.....................................................
732.50
Currency...................
1,700.00
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$ 220,311.56

Capital stock paid in ................... ¡5 8,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1.600.00
Undivided profits..............................
3.186.50
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
81.512.42
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit...... 125,837.64
Certified c h e c k s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding—
175.00
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

Total

.$ 220,311.56

SECRETARY

[Meadow Grove

OF T H E S T A T E B A N K IN G

BO A R D

171

Meadow Grove State Bank
Charter No. 263. (Incorporated.)

J. A. D eW olf ................... ..............President I J. B. Crain ..................................... .......... Cashier
John H. Harding................... Vice-President I E. F. Ringer............................ Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
LI ABILI TIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts.......................I 69,959.84
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..................................................
927.93
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ......................................
Bonds....................................................
Other asse ts.....................................
4,000.00
Banking house furniture & fixtures
5,235.30
Other real e sta te ......................... .
415.67
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U. S. and- other
bonds and securities- Int. paid
Cash item s.........................................•
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
8,935.28
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Bills........................................................
2,095.00
G old.......................................................
1.110.00
Silver and c o p p e r ...........................
369.83

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 25.000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
2,500.00
Undivided profits.............................
1.932.90
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
43.362.17
Demand certificates of deposit..
294.99
19,958.79
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified ch eck s..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due tostatb and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable.................. ...................

T o t a l............................................. * 93,048.85

T o t a l............................................ $ 93,048.85

[Meadow Grove

The Security Bank
Charter No, 835. (Incorporated)

F J Hale
................. President I R. G. Rohrke.............................................. Cashier
s ! j ’. C lark '............................ Vice-President I ....................................................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... I
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .....................................
Bonds................................ ...................
Other assets.......................................
Bankmg house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
Other real e sta te .............................
Current expenses and taxes and
interest paid...................................
Premium, on U. S. and other
bonds and securities..................
Cash it e m s .........................................•
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exchange..
Currency and silver........................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

39,150.97

60.00

396.05
1,295.66
5k 06

Capital stock paid in .......................$ 10.000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
2.090.70
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits sub.iectto
check ..............................................
21,292.12
Demand certificates of deposit..
2,175.47
Time certificates of deposit.......
8,590.22
Certified ch eck s...................................... ! ........
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks ................................ —
Due t <state and private banks
and bankers ......................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable.....................................
3.000.00

5,516.51
671.26

,| 47.148.51

Total

,$ 47,148.51

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Memphis

R EPO BTs*OF T H E

The Bank of Memphis
Charter No. 659

(Incorporated)

Randal K. Brown................
H. H. Ehlers................
E. A. Wiggenhorn, Jr....... ...Vice-President |
STATEM EN T. NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts.......................$ 19,900.94
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
234.41
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......... .................................................
Bonds...................................................
1,500.00
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1,542.50
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,200.94
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities............................... ........
Cash ite m s.........................................................:. . .
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
19,823.17
Checks and items of exchange.....................
Cash......................................................
2,337.95

Capital stock paid in ......................$
5,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
500.00
Undivided profits ...........................
2.131.66
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck...................
19,588.25
Demand certificates of deposit..
760.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
18,560.00
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

T o ta l.......................................... $ 46,539.91

Merna

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

46,539.91

The Bank of Merna
Charter No. 604.

(Incorporated)

Chas. E. Ford — ............................. President | S. K . W arrick......................................... Cashier
J. M. Kimberling................... Vice-President | James A. K irk ..............................Asst. Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 89,365.42
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured.................................................
649.28'
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets..............................................1............
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
100.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
25.626.49
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Currency.............................................
3,025.00
Coin.......................................................
417.05

Capital stock paid i n .. . ! ................ $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund .......................
5,000.00
Undivided profits, net ...................
1,175.40
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
75.859.12
Demand certificates of deposit..
27,148 72
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified c h e c k s ..... ...........................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding........................
Due to national b an k s......................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................... ............. ■.............
N otes and bills re-discounted........................
Bills payable........................................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 119,183.24

T o t a l............................. ...........$ 119,183.24


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

SECRETARY

Merna

OF TH E ST A T E

B A N K IN G

173

BOARD

The Home Bank
Charter No, 861. (Incorporated)

M. S . Eddy............................................ Presidenti R. R. Duncan.......................................... Cashier
J. S. Francis.............................Vice-President | ................................................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 43,592.47
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured. i.............................................
9.93
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, fete...........................................................
Bonds................................. ......................................
Other a s s d ts ................ .........................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
3,322.50
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
59.38
Premium on U. S. and othei
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s .........................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks andbankers............
10,159.20
Checks and items of exchan ge..
41.65
Currency.............................................
2.110.00
Coin.....................................................
1,545.20

Capital stock paid in .......................$ 10.000.00
1,250.00
Surplus fund......................................
Undivided profits.............................
770.99
Dividends unpaid .................. ................... ..........
Individual deposits subj ect to
40,384.59
c h eck ................................................
Demand certificates of deposit .
8,434.75
Time certificates of deposit.............................
Certified c h e c k s ................................................. .
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

T o t a l.........................................$ 60,840,33

Merriman

T o t a l.........................................$ 60,840.33

The Anchor Bank
Charter No. 580. (Incorporated)

E . M. Fuller..........................................President | C. F. Sm ith................................... -,........Cashier
Z. T . Davis................................ Vice-President | ................................................. Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 34,234.13
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured...............................................
420.78
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.............................. ..........................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture & fixtures 3,200.00
Other real esta te..................... ...........................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,595.53
Cash item s......................................
109.17
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
31,144.26
Checks and items of exchange......................
Gold and silver certificates and
legal tender....................................
1,162.00
Gold and silver coin .......................
740.90

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 72,606.77 •

Capital stock paid in ....................... I 12,000.00
Surplus fu n d ..........................................
3,000.00
Undivided profits.................................
3,729.92
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
47.458.07
Demand certificates of deposits....................
Time certificates of deposit.......
3.885.75
Certified checks.............................. ................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
1,483,03
Notes and bills re-discounted
1,050.00
Bills payable...........................................................

Total

Î

72.606.77

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Milford

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Nebraska State Bank
Charter No. 265.

F. S. Johnson

.........President
Vice-President

(Incorporated)
Geo. E. Salladin................................ Cashier
W . A. Snare....................Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 137,325.43
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
742.45
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ............................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures...................................................
5,756.23
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
3,465.14
Premiums on U S. and other
bonds and securities ..................
Cash it e m s .........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and hankers.............
38.304.58
Checks and items of exchan ge..
457.69
Bills.............................. : .......................
6,470.00
S p e cie ...................................................
2,374.50
Nickels and cen ts.............................
68.24

Capital stock paid in......................$ 25.000.00
Surplus fund.......................................
2,500.00
Undivided profits..............................
6 255.45
Dividends unp aid .................................................
Individual deposit subject to
c h eck ........................
63,745.98
Demand certificates of deposit.
20,972 15
76,490.68
Time certificates of deposit.........
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p a y a b le ............ .............................................

Total ......................................... $ 194.964.26

Milford

T o t a l..........................................$ 194,964.26

Par mers and Merchants Bank
Charter No. 726. (Incorporated)

E. H . Strayer...........................................President I H . S. K night....................................... Cashier
R. U nsicker...................................Vice-President j Julius E. V a n c e ............. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL I TIES

Loans and discounts....................... | 67,341.47
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ......................................................
348.94
Stocks, securities, judgments,
ments, claims e t c ............................................
W arrants.............................................
64.50
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.......................................................
500.00
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid....................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers.......
13,100.89
Checks and items of exchange..
418.12
Currency and silver.........................
2,424.97
Gold.......................................................
170.00

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 84,368.89

Capital stocK paid in ...................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
3.500.00
Undivided profits n e t .....................
704.36
Dividends unpaid ...............................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
32.127.18
Demand certificates of deposit..
12,376.47
Time certificates of deposit.......
25,660.88
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to state banks...............................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

Total

$ 84,368.89

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175

The German Bank of Millard
Charter No. 266. (Incorporated)

A. B. D etw eiler.............................. President
W m . Von Dohren. ...........Vice-President

W . T. Detw eiler................................. Cashier
...............................................Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts........................$ 125,137.06
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ....................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
201.62
Bonds........................................................................
Other a ssets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and
fixtures.............................................
5,000.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.325.72
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities Int and
discount paid..................................
2,090.80
Cash item s..........................................
92.35
Due from national, state
and
private banks and bankers.......
30.431.17
Checks and items of exchange..
1,116.00
Bills nat’lbank& legal tender___
G old.......................................................
1,520.00
Silver....................................................
488.60
Nickles and cents .........................
160.80

Capital stock paid i n ......................$ 15,000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
1,500.00
4,708.98
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid............................................... :..
Individual deposits subject to
79,677.66
c h eck .................
Demand certificates of deposit..
8,483.84
Time certificates of deposit.......
58,193.64
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable......................................

Total

,$ 167.564.12

T o ta l.......................................... $ 167,564.12

Miller

The First Bank of Miller
Charter No. 267. (Incorporated)

J. L. Becker............................................ President I F. D. Brow n............................................. Cashier
J. S . S te w art..............................Vice-President | .................................................. Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 59,573.78
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu red ................................................
711.54.
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, warrants, e t c ......................................
Bonds and warrants.............. .............................
Other assets,int. pd on deposits ................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .............................................. '
900.00
Other real e sta te .......................................... ’—
Current expenses and
taxes
paid....................................................
778.40
Cash i t e m s .............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
33,273.12
Checks and items of exchange.
1,306.46
G old.......................................................
415.00
Currency.............................................
775.00
S ilver....................................................
408.75

T otal...........................................$ 98,142.05


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L IABILITIES
Capital stock paid in....................$
25,000.00
Surplus fund.....................................
5,000 00
Undivided profits.............................
10,147.56
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ................................................
55,814.49
Demand certificates of deposit
80.00
Time certificates Of deposit.......
2,100.00
Demand and time a c c o u n ts.............................
Certified c h e c k s ..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

T o t a l .........................................$ 98.142.05

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Miller

A N N U A L REPORT OF T H E

The Bank of Miller
Charter No. 268.

. .

(Incorporated)

Nelson Maddox..................................... President | P. P. Maddox........................................Cashier
Nathan Makdox........................ Vice-President | ............................................. Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 32,822.77
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured.................................................
1,117.00
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds................................................................... . . . .
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................
863.22
Other real e sta te ................................. ...............
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,253.73
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.............. ............ .........
Cash items ........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
9.511.80
Checks and items of exchange........................
Cash.......................................................
1,724.68

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 25.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1.158.66
Undivided profits............................
3,625.60
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck .................................................
16.658.94
Demand certificates of deposit.....................
Time certificates of deposit.......
850.00
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

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

Milligan

...............$ 47,293.20

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

47.293.20

The Farmers and Merchants Bank
Charter No. 748. (Incorporated)

Frank W . Sloan......................... .....P re sid e n t I C. Smrha J r ........................................... Cashier
A . A. Hamouz......................... Vice-President | ...................................................Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts........................$ 69.510.15
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured.................................................
2.384.20
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims e t c ............................................................
B o n d s............................................... .. . . . . . . . . . .
Other a s s e ts ...............................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
2,500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
764.71
ash item s................................. , ........................
ue from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
16.570.98
Checks and items of exchange..
2,197.76
Cash............................................... . . .
2.041.81

Capital stock paid in ..................... $
8,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2,500.00
Undivided profits.............................
2.827.50
Dividends unpaid. , ..............................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
34.020.13
Demand certificates of deposit..
Time certificates of deposit.......
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 95,969.61

Total

$ 95,969.61

SECRETARY

Minatare

OF T H E S T A T E

B A N K IN G

BO A R D

177

The Minatare Bank
Charter No. 626. (Incorporated)

J. W . W e h n .............................................President I G. W . Sampson.................................... Cashier
J. O. B a k e r ................................Vice-President I ............................................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and disc ounts....................... I 53.161.22
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
187.26
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.......................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fixtures..................................................
201.85
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,431.87
Premium on U .S. anu other bonds
and securities................................
Cash ite m s .........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
8.388.59
vate banks andbankers..............
Checks and items of exch an ge..
1,910.12
Paper ...................................................
1,451.00
S p e c ie .................................................
900.75
T O T A L .................................... $ 68.935.66

Minden

Capital stock paid in ....................... I
5,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits................................
12,895.67
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check.................................................
26,010.52
Demand certificates of deposit..
7,004,08
Time certificates of deposit.........
10.463.09
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Notes and bills re-discounted...........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers................................ .
7,562.30

T o t a l......................................... $ 68,935.66

The Minden Exchange Bank
Charter No. 508. (Incorporated)

Geo. P. Kingsley................................ President | P. R. Kingsley..........................................Cashier
Ed. D. Kingsley......................... Vice-President I Thad R ob ison ......... .......... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 123,116 92
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
2,846.51
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .....................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
9.972 80
Other real e sta te ............ ....................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
663.01
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.................. . ................
Cash item s.........................................
413.10
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
75.727.71
Checks and items of exchange ................
Cash......................................................
15,503.96

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 30,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
3,958.70
Undivided profits.............................
2,310.16
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check . i ............................................. 125,288.42
Demand certificates of deposit..
66,686.73
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified checks..............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks...................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bill re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I 228,244.01

Total

$ 228,244.01

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Monowi

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Monowi State Bank
Charter No. 676.

(Incorporated)

F. Nelson.................................................. President I J. Lewis Packard............................... Cashier
Geo. W . C ham bers...................Vice-President | ..............................................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... | 43,417.51
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
544.19
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking- house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
1,450.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
808.73
Premium on time certificates......................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and ban k ers............
3.311 56
Checks and items of exchange......................
Currency and gold'.. .....................
2,421.00
Silver....................................................
645.97

5,000.00
Capital stock paid in ..................... |
Surplus fund......................................
1,000.00
Undivided profits.................................................
Dividends unpaid...............................
1.914.67
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
15,926.85
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
250.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
28,342.25
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Deposited by state and private
165.19
banks and bankers.......................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable................................................. .......

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

Total ........................................ $ 52,598.96

Monroe

52.59S.96

The Bank of Monroe
Charter No. 271. (Incorporated)

W m . W eb ster......................................President I Howard J. H i ll................................ Cashier
Chas. Hill.................................... Vice-President I ................................................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L IABILITIES

j

Loans and discounts....................... $ 89,026.68
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
1.102.55
Stocks, securities, judgments,
clhims. e t c .................. .............................’.........
Bonds........................................................................
Interest paid o u t..................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
2.400.00
Other real estate ................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S and other
bonds and securities ..
...............................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state.and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
11,107.70
Checks and ’terns of exchange..
521.28
Cash.......................................
3.948.90

.$ 108,107 11

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
5.000.00
470.13
Undivided p rofits...........................
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check....................................................
40.931.24
Demand certificates of d eposit..
2,883.40
Time certificates of deposit ___
38,123.30
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
4,699.04
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable......................................
6,000.00

Total

$ 108,107.11

S E C R E T A R Y O F T H E S T A T E B A N K I N G BO A R D

Moorefield

179

The Bank of Moorefield
Charter No 810

(Incorporated)

Geo. F. Saw yer................... ...............President I Claude L . A b b ott................................... Cashier
H.
B. S aw yer.......................ViceP-Presidest I Lula D. A b b ott................... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts........................$ 25,499.14
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
193.57
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...................................... .................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
430.00
tures ..................................................
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
72.21
Premiums on U . S. and other
bonds and securities.....................................
Cash item s..............................
384.10
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.
15,018.04
Checks and items of exchange..
432.40
Cash...........................................
2,225.93
T o t a l.........................................i

Morrill

44.255.39

Capital stock paid in ....................$
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided profits...........................
Dividends unpaid ...........................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ..............................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit___
Certified checks.............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..
Bills payable....................................

5,000.00
1, 000.00

171.25
28.575.67
2,992.47
5,516.00

1. 000.00

T o ta l......................................... $ 44,255.39

The Morrill State Bank
Charter No. 910.

H. .3. Clarke, J r...................................... President
N. Byal ..........................................Vice-President

(Incorporated)
L. M. Eastm an.................................. Cashier
.............................................Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................I
4,671.50
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured...............................................
201.96
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, ect ___..................................................
Bonds................................................
Interest paid....................................
.10
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
61.30
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
835.50
Premium on U . S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s ................................................... .........
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
19.298.10
Checks and items of exchange.
................
C a sh ......................................................
1,256.66

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

26,325.12

Capital stock paid in ....................$
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided Profits .........................
Dividends unpaid...........................
Individual deposits subject to
check .........................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit___
Certified c h e c k s............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills p a y a b le ....................................

5,000.00

19,694.89
222.67
842,40

T o ta l..........................................S 26.325.12

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Morse Bluff

ANNUAL

REPORT OF

THE

The Bank of Morse Bluff
Charter N o. 372.

(Incorporated)

W alter Fleming....................................President |H. D. Mackprang...................................Cashier
J . G. W ilson................................ Vice-President |C. M. S k in n er.....................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 145.023.63
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
231.26
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................... ................................
Bonds and warrants............................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
2,200.00
Cash ite m s ....... .....................................................
Other real e sta te .............. ..................................
Current expeises and taxes paid
1,865.38
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banxs andbankers .............
20.980.46
Checks and items of exchange ..
2,043.92
Currency.............................................
3,465 00
S p ecie.................
1,987,61

L IA B ILITIE S
Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 15.000 00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
2,500.00
9,621.62
Undivided profits n e t ....................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
50,796.30
Demand certificates of deposit .
575.0C
Time certificates of deposit.........
99 304.34
Certified c h e c k s .................................................
Cashier’s checks ou tstan d in g........................
Due to national oanks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted ........................
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 177,797.26
T o t a l........................... .............$ 177,797.26

Mount Clare

The Mount Clare State Bank
Charter No.

785. (Incorporated)

F. E. Bottenheld................................... President I R. A. R. Martin .................................. Cashier
Theo. Menke................................ Vice-President, I ............................................. Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 34.031 25
Overdrafts, secured Rud unse­
cured.................................................
292.35
Stocks, securities, julgmencs,
claims, e tc ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .......
1,050.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
356.91
Cash item s..........................................
13.72
Due from national, state and pri­
11.795.85
vate banks and bankers..............
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Gold Coin............................................
3,115.00
Bills of other banks, including
gold and silver currency...........
123.00
Silver coin.........................
279.62
Total


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I

51.057.70

Capital stock paid in ..................... $
5.000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
750.00
Undivided profits.............................
1,385.43
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
23,458.69
Demand certificates of deposit..
7,435.03
13,028.55
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p a y a b le .........................................................

Total

$ 51,057.70

SECRETARY OF TH E STATE

B A N K IN G BO A R D

181

The Bank of Mullen

Mullen

Charter No. 62?.
John Morrison...
Chas F. Gruenig

(Incorporated)

....................... President | Chas. F . Gruenig................................... Cashier
........... Vice-President | ............................................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906

RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

.Loans and discounts.......................1 36,007.59
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
47.85
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e tc , — ................. ................................
B o n d s..................................................................... .
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1,800.00
Other real e sta te .............. ..................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
20.00
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s................................................. ...........
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and hankers............
6,148.71
Checks and items of exchange......................
C a sh ....................... .
2,280.75

Capital stock paid in.................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2.500.00
Undivided profits.............................
934,15
Dividends unpaid...............................
200.00
Indivual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
29.010.60
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
3,660.15
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.. .
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private hanks
and hankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted. ..
Bills payable......................................

T o t a l.......; ................................$ 46.304.90

Murdock

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

46,304.90

The Bank of Murdock
Charter No. 678.

(Incorporated)

F . W o l f ............................................President | H. R. N eitzel.......................... ................. Cashier
H. A. Tool .............................. Vice-President I ......... ..........................................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 76,550.43
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .. .............................................................. *
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ......................... ..........
Bonds..........................
—
Other a s s e t s .................................. .................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures ................................
3,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
4,161.57
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities............................... —
Cash items..............................................................
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers............
30,770.09
Check and items of exchange... ................
Cash......................................................
2,859.04

Capital stock paid in ....................f 10,000.00
Surplus fund....................
400.00
Undivided profits...........
4,263.05
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k .................................
48,036.23
Demand certificates of deposit . . .. i .........
Time certificates of deposit
— 50,926.76
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding—
3.715.09
Due to national hanks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes.and bills re-discounted —
Bills, payable......................................

Total


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$

117,341.13

Total

$ 117.341.13

182

F IF T E E N T H

A N N U A L REPORT OF T H E

The Union State Bank

Murdock

Charter N o. 855.

(Incorporated).

H, B. W aldron.................................. President | P. S. Crink........ : ....................................... Cashier
.lames E. M a g e e ....................Vice-President i ................................................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 17,818.18
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
61.15
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ......................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ...............................................
2,201.20,
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
and interest....................................
1,436.86
Preuiinm on U. S. and otherbonds and securities Int paid
a c c t ...................................................
Cash item s..........................................
Due from national, state and prit^ate banks and bankers ...........
9,748.39
Checks and items of exchange....................••
Currency.............................................
. 885.00
Silver...................................................
596.68

■LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in .....................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
800.00
Undivided profits.............................
1,460.44
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
11,208.72
Demand Certificates of d ep osit..
35155
Time certificates of deposit.........
8,859.00
Certified c h e c k s..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks..........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
97.75
Notes and bills re-discounted........................ .
Bills payable....... ..: ...............................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 32,777.46

T o t a l..........................................$ 32,777.46

The Murray State Bank

Murray

Charter No. 578.

(Incorporated)

J. M. S to n e ..................................... President I Chas. S. S to n e ........................................... Cashier
Ohas. C. Parm ele...............Vice-President I Lfess E. H a ll.............................. Assistant Cashier
' ST A T E M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906Ì
L IAB ILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 31,926.33
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
780 47
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds......................... ..............................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
159.50
Other real e sta te .............................
Current expenses and taxes paid
925.99
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash items ........................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
14,914.52
Checks and items of exchange........................
Cash......................................................
2,944.69

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

t

SI.651.50

Capital stock paid...........................$
5.000.00
Surplus fund..........................................
2,064.39
Undivided profits.............................
i,247.06
Dividends unpaid................ ..................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
34.820,73
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of d e p o s it...:.
8,519.32
Certified c h e e k s......................... ................ ........
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills p a y a b le......................................

Total

i 51.651.50

S E C R E T A R Y OF T H E S T A T E

Maper

»

B A N K IN G

BO A R D

183

The Bank of Naper
Charter No. 582

(Incorporated)

T . E. Sm ith...........................................President I C. Guy Crosby.............................; ......... Cashier
G. M. Smith .............................. Vice-President | .................................................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12. 1906
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts ..................... I
9,288 23
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
219 65
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ........................... .........
Bonds....................................................
Other a s s e t s ................ .....................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1.500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
534.32
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.......................
391.05
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.
12,233.89
Checks and items of exchange
.
538.12
C ash...................................
2,414.38
Total

\aper

$

27,239.64

Capital stock paid in ................... .$
Surplus fund......................................
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid...................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ........................................ . . .
Demand certificates of deposit..
Time certificates of d ep osit... .
Certified checks......... v........................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........
Due to national banks........................
Due to state, and private banks
and bankers........................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........
Biils payable................... .....................

5,000.00
1.500.00
1,731.68
17,159.06
1,848.90

T o ta l......................................... 4 27,239,64

The People’s Bank
Charter No.

664,

(Incorporated)

Wilford Standiford............................President |F. A. Putnam ........... Cashier
E . B. Standiford....... ............. Vice-President I .................................................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 26,899.73
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
274.29
cured ................................ ...............
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claim s.etc.............................. . —
Bonds ................................ •................
Other assets .....................................
Banking house, furni lure and fix­
1,500.00
tures .................................................
Other real e sta te .........................
887.28
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
Cv,sh item s.........................................• _
Due from national, state and pri­
10,718.00
vate banks and bankers.............
2,993.56
Checks and items of exchange..
500.00
G old......................................................
255.60
Silver..................................................
1,155.00
Currency.............................................
37.84
Nickles and pennies.......................
T o t a l......................................... 4 45,221.30


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

LIA B ILITIE S
Capital stock paid in ......................$
5,000.00
Surplus fund......... ................................................
Undivided profits.............................
9.066.09
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individval deposits, subject to ................
check...............
19.972.40
Demand certificates of deposit..
30.00
Time certificates of deposit.........
11,152.81
Certified checks...............................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable................................ .•••

Total

......................................... Ì

45,221.30

184

F IF T E E N T H

Naponee

ANNUAL

REPORT OF T H E

The Naponee State Bank
Charter No. 565

(Incorporated) <

J. B. M cGrew ....................................... .President | L . J. S teven s...................................... Cashier
R. V . M cGrew ........ ........ .......... Vice-President I W . W . H o u tz ..................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts..... ........................38,232.76
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
951.95
cured.................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds....................................................
4.20
Other a ssets.........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures ..................................................
1,666.00
Other real e sta te ...................................................
Current expensesand taxes paid
122.15
Premiums on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
Cash item s............................. ...........
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
11,39160
Checks and items of exchange........................
Cash......................................................
1,624.89

T o ta l......................... ................ $ 53.993.55

Nebraska City

Capital stock paid i n . . . ............... $ 5,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................
1,500.00’
Undivided profits................................
1,292.02
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k .................................... ..........
32,743.68
Demand certificates of deposit..
4,482.85
Time certificates of
deposit...
8,975.00
Certified c h e c k s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Reserved for tax es.........................

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

53.993.55

The Farmers Bank
Charter No. 278.

(Incorporated)

L. E n y art...... ........................... ...........President | H^H. Hanks.............................................. Cashier
J, H. Catron .............. ............. Vice-President I J. M. Eiser..........................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
LIABILITIES

RESOURCES

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 50.000.00
Loans and discounts...................... $ 170,461.39
Suiplus fund.....................................
5.000.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
Undivided profits.............................
2.487.97
cured ................................................
50.32
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Stocks, securities; judgments.
Individual deposit subject to
claims, e tc ............................................................
check .................................. , ..........
91.869.29
Bonds........................................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
2.440.00
Other assets county w arran ts..,
974.62
Time certificates of deposit_____
26,438.44
Bankinghouse furniture & fixtures
2.749.50
Certified
c
h
e
c
k
s
...................................................
Other real e sta te .............................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Due to national banks........................................
Premium on U. S. and other
Due to state and private banks
bonds and securities........................................
and bankers.................................... 132.872.24
Cash item s....... .....................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Due from nat’l, state and private
Bills p a y a b le........................................................
banks and bankers....................... 113,878 58
Checks and items of exchan ge...
90098
Gold ........
13.985.00
Currency...........................................
7,016.94
Silver................................................
1.090.61
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.8 311,107.94

Total

8 311,107.91

SECRETARY OF THE STATE BANKING BOARD

INIehawka

185

The Nehawka Bank
Charter No. 279. (Incorporated)

J. M. S to n e .......................................... President
P. P. Sheldon...........................Vice-President

D. C. W e s t ..............................................Cashier
................................................ Assistant Cashier

STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 105,703.20
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
2 ,6 11.8 2
Stocks, securities, judgments.
clain.s.etc....................... ................
Bonds...........................................................13,215.60
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
3,970 56
tures..................................................
Other rea' e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
375.88
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s....................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate bankers........................................ 33.917.27
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Cash......................................................
5,689.59

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 20,000,00
Surplus fund...................................
4 000 00
Undivided profits.............................
'728.80
Dividends unpaid.............................
90.00
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
72,113.19
Demand certificates of deposit..
10.548.95
Time certificates of deposit.......
57,897 57
Certified c h e c k s ..............................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.....................
Due to national b a n k s ..........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
105.41
Notes and bills re-discounted.............
Bills payable..................................................‘ ’ ‘ ‘
Emergency or bad paper a c c ts.......................

T o t a l .,. ,................................... $ 165.483.92

Neligh

T o t a l......................................... $ 165,483.92

The Atlas Bank
Charter No. 511. (Incorporated)

Geo. N. Seym our............................. President
.................................................... Vice-President

I R S. Payne..
i T. S Pexton.
! W . G. Romig.

................................... Cashier
.............. Assistant Cashier
Second Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and Discounts......................$ 198,245.01
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu re d .................................................
1.800.60
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................ ..
Other a s s e ts ................................................
Banking hom e furniture ar.d fix­
tures..................................................
5.000.00
Other real e sta te ........................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,445.42
‘ Premium on U. S and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s ................................ ..........................
Dues from nat’l. state and pri­
vate banks and bankers...........58,247.74
Checks and items of e x c h a n g e ..,
147.33
Gold and silver coin.........................
2,880.97
Currency.............................................
4.254.00

Capital stock paid in .................. $ 25 000 00
Surplus fund.......................................
5T00T0

T otal.......................................... *$ 272,021.07


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

U ndivided p r o fi t s ..............................

4 9 7 0 13

Dividends unpaid. Int. Eqc. and
r e n ts .................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ............................................. .
Demand certificates of deposit..
Time certificates of d e p o sit.. .
Certified checks.............................’
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Dne to national banks...................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted. . . .
Bills payable.....................................

Total

120.961.82
19 , 178.74
96,904.38

$ 272.021.07

1B6

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Nelson

The Commercial Bank
Charter N o. 380.

(Incorporated).

Henry W ehrm an,.............................President | I. J. W herm an.......................................... Cashier
J. R. Parsons...........................Vice-President I S. A . L app............................ Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... | 95,681.66
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured..................................................
1.204.74
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
100.00
Bonds......................................
10,400.00
Other a s s e ts ......................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ...............................................
5,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,058.36
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities Int paid
a'cct........................................................................
Cash item s...............................................
13.00
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks and bankers ...........
44,859.63
Checks and items of exchange..
407.61
Cash......................................................
8,919.95

T o t a l......................................... $ 167,644.95

Nemaha

L IA B ILITIE S
Capital stock paid i n .....................$ 25,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
9,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
4,005.96
Dividends unpaid................ ..............
42.00
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
64,735.97
Demand Certificates of deposit..
42,807.37
Time certificates of deposit.........
Certified c h e c k s..............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks...................
Due to state and private banks
22,053.65
and b anke rs....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l..........................................$ 167.644.95

The Bank of Nemaha
Charter No. 632.

(Incorporated)

W m . Campbell................................President I Elmer E. A ll e n ......................................... Cashier
F. E. A llen ............................Vice-President i Frank Titus..............................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1900.
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 21,826.95
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
113.42
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ............................................ .............
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1.666.00
Other real e sta te .............................
Current expenses and taxes paid
123.98
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.................... ................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
30,906.97
Checks and items of exchange........................
Cash......................................................
1,841.16

5,000.00
Capital stock paid...........................$
Surplus fu n d ....................................
1,000.00
Undivided profits....... .....................
942.25
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
45.070,43
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
4,465.80
Certified c h e e k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I

S6.478.48

Total

I

56.478.48

187

SECRETARY OF THE STATE BANKING BOARD

Newcastle

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 282. (Incorporated.)

Ed Wilkinson......................................President I R. H. Pom eroy......................................... Cashier
W . R. Talboy........................ Vice-President I W . M. Hopkins.....................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 135,253.92
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ..................................................
3,038.53
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds................................................................. ..
Other a s s e ;s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture & fixtures
3.350.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
5,445.81
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities- Int. paid ................
Cash it e m s ........................................
91.79
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
26,576.46
Checks and items of exchange.......................
C u rrency............................ .............
2,69!.00
G old.......................................................
657.50
377.55
Silver....................................................
$ 177,482.56

Total

Newcastle

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 15.000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
3,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
8.930.86
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
46,478.61
Demand certificates of deposit..
1,001.65
Time certificates of deposit....... 103,071.44
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks...................................... .
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted....
Bills payable......................................

Total

$

177,482.56

The Newcastle State Bank
Charter No. 603. (Incorporated)

T . J. Ryam....... ................................... President | J. F. W hittem ore.................................... Cashier
A . H. Maskell....................... Vice-President I ....................................................Assistant Cashier
ST A T E M E N T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 118,660.71
Overdrafts, secured -and unse­
cured.................................................
3,308.58
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.................................................... ........... .
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures......................................................
2,912.81
Other real e sta te .................................... ............
Current expenses and taxes and
interest paid.......................................
3.554.53
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........... ................. .
Cash it e m s ..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers................
3.513.83
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash..........................................................
4,321.50
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,$ 136.271.96

Capital stock paid in ...................... | 15,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
600.00
Undivided profits.............................
4,649.27
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k .................................... : ..........
37,159.66
Demand certificates of deposit..
2,251.00
Time certificates of
deposit...
76,612.03
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks................... ................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.....................
Bills payable................... — . . . . . . . . . . .v%...

Total

.$ 136,271.96

188

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Newman Grove The Newman Grove State Bank
Charter No. 283

(Incorporated)

W E. H arvey....................................President I Geo. H. Gutru............................................ Cashier
H. H. Funru...............................Vice-President |Miss Marion Gutru.............. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12, 1906
L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts..................... .$ 110,650.34
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
1.416.80
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .................................................. —
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
6,000.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
30.15
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash ite m s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
21,433.93
Checks and items of exchange.....................
Cash......................................................
8.394.81
T o ta l.......................................... $ 177,926.03

Capital stock paid in ...................... $
Surplus fund......................................
Undivided profits ...........................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified checks..............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding —
Due to national banks...................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

30,000.00
6 , 000.00

594,95
90,011.39
9,513.41
41,806.28

T o ta l..........................................I 177,926.03

The Rock County State Bank

Newport

Charter No. 517.

(Incorporated)

C. M. Thompson.............................. President |Thomas Cowgar
B. V. Thompson......................Vice-President | .................................

...........Cashier
Asst. Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 35,542.82
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
1,485.60
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims e t c .........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets.......................................................
Banking house furniture and fixtu r e s .................................................
500.00
Other real e sta te.................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
3.14
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities....................
Cash item s..........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers — . . . .
4.448.90
Checks and items of exchange..
1,078.38
Currency........................
106.00
S p e cie ..............................
572.49

5,000.00
Capital stock paid in....................... $
Surplus f u n d ......................................
1.000.00
290.28
Undivided profits..............................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
34,127.28
Demand certificates of deposit..
3 319.77
Time certificates of deposit.............................
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due -to state and private banks ................
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted........................
Bills payable......... 4 ..............................................

T o ta l..........................................a* 43,737.33

T o t a l........................................ $ 43,737.33


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SECRETARY

Newport

OF T H E S T A T E

189

B A N K IN G B O A R D

The Newport State Bank
Charter No. 644. (Incorporated)

John A. Story.....................- .................President | A. A. Gaines.......................................... Cashier
E.
R. Duffle.............................. Vice-President | ................................................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... I 36.290.69
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
c u re d ................................ ...............
1.835.86
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix2,292.08
tures............................ ....................
Other real estate ................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
208.16
Premium on U .S . and other bonds
and securities................................
Cash ite m s .................. ......................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers......... ..
5,887.27
Checks and items of exchange..
69.08
Cash......................................................
2,019.53

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2,000.00
531.64
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
23,595.66
Demand certificates of deposit.......................
Time certificates of deposit.........
12.473.39
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Notes and bills re-discounted...........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................
Due to national banks....................
2,28
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................

T O T A L .................................... $ 48,602.97

T o t a l......................................... $ 48,602.97

Nickerson

The First Bank of Nickerson
Charter No. 712.

(Incorporated)

E. R. Gurney............
......................President | J. A. Hauser.............................................Cashier
H . J. Sidner.............................. Vice-President I .................................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts ..................... $ 35,879 92
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
983.96
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c .....................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other a sse ts..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
2.000 00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
328.09
Premium on U S. and other
bonds and securities.............
—
Cash item s.........................................
45.00
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
3.576.81
Checks and items of exchange
46.75
Cash-......................................................
1,144.11

Capital stock paid in ....................... $
7,500.00
Surplus fund......................................................
Undivided profits.............................
830.21
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k ........... t ...................................
19.977.31
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
15,697.12
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks...................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bill re-discounted___
Bills p ay ab le......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 44,004.64

Total

f

44,004.64

190

F IF T E E N T H

Niobrara

ANNUAL

REPORT OF TH E

The Niobrara Valley Bank
Charter No. 285.

(Incorporated)

F.
N elson.............................................. President I Geo. W . Cham bers............................Cashier
..................................................... ...V ice-President | M. C. N elson.....................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts............ .......... $ 106.701.99
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
2,00?. 10
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
5.000.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
4,815 96
Premium on time certificates......................
Cash item s.............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
27.901 05
vate hanks and b an k ers............
Checks and items of exchange..
101.40
Cash............................................. . .
7.061.99

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 15,000:00
Surplus fund......................................
500.00
Undivided profits.............................
8.890.87
Dividends unpaid....... ............................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
40,833.73
Demand certificates of dep osit..
7.577.95
Time certificates of deposit........
79,969.44
Certified checks...............................
817.50
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks.................... ................
Due
to
state
and private
banks and bankers..'................
Notes and bills re-discounted__
Bills payable......................................

T o ta l......................................... S 153.589.49
Total ........................................ $ 153.589.49

Nora

The Nora State Bank
Charter No. 917. (Incorporated)

Edward K e lly ___
F . E. Bottenfield

.........President I Chas. E. Johnson............................. Cashier
Vice-President I ................................................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906

RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... I 19.695.14
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
25.10
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.......................................................... .............
Interest paid o u t................... ...............................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ..........................
1.282.45
Other real estate ................................................
Current expenses andtaxes paid
613.84
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.............................................................
Due from national, state.and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
21,268.96
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Currency
.............
950.00
Gold and Silver coin, nickles and
pennies.............................................
1,701.92

Capital stock paid in .................. .$
5.000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided pro fits................ ..........
300.34
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check....................................................
29.837.81
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
4,544.51
5,854.75
Time certificates of deposit-----Certified checks..... .............................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks................................ . . . .
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable..................... ...............

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 45,537 41

Total

$

45,537.41

SECRETARY

Norden

OF T H E S T A T E

B A N K IN G

191

BO A R D

The Bank of Norden
Charter No. 531. (Private)

H. W . Logan....................................President [ C. W . L ogan...........................................Cashier
. Vice-President I ...............................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
LIABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts........................I 23,635 35
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ..... ..........................................
22.97
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.............................................. ...................
Other asse ts..........................................................
Banking house furniture and
fixtures.............................................
1,500.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
14.15
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities Int. and
discount paid......................................................
Cash item s..........................................
52.30
Due from national, state
and
private banks and bankers.......
3,627.29
Checks and items of exchange..
2.401.17
Bills nat’l bank & legal tender..........................
G old.......................................................
175.00
Currency ...........................................
2,196.00
S p e c ie ..................................................
428.26

Capital stock paid i n ......................$
5,000.00
Surplus fu n d ..........................................
2,000.00
2.002.18
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck .................................................
19,096.27
Demand certificates of deposit..
5,954.04
Time certificates of deposit..........................
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national b a n k s ......................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable......................................

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

34.052.49

T o ta l....... ..................................$ 34,052.49

Norden

The Citizens Bank of Norden
Charter No. 900. (Incorporated)

F. N. Morrison .......................................President I D. E. Morrison......................................... Cashier
A. Morrison.................................. Vice-President | .............................. ................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... I
4,106.00
Overdrafts, »secured and unse­
cured ................................................
124.20
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, warrants, e t c ......................................
Bonds and warrants............................................
Other assets,int. pd on deposits ................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................
1,500.00
Other real e sta te ..............................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid....................................................
153.32
Cash i t e m s .................
150.00
Due from national, state and
private banks and b an k ers....
416.18
Checks and items of exchange.
125.14
Cash......................................................
1,08}. 02

Total.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,$

7,655.86

L IABILITIES
Capital stock paid in .......... .........$
5,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
871.71
Dividends u n pa id.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ................................................
1,734.15
Demand certificates of deposit
50.00
Time certificates of deposit............................
Demand and time a c c o u n ts.............................
Certified c h e c k s ..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding........................
Due to national banks.................. ................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................................... ................
N otes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payab le......................................

Total

I

7,655.86

192

F IF T E E N T H

N
orth Loup

ANNUAL

R E P O R T OF T H E

Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 570.

(Incorporated)

Geo. E. Johnson................................... President | L. ,E. Pugh. ..................................... Cashier
....................- ................................... Vice-President | ............................................. Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... | 50.104 97
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured.................................................
1,911.82
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..................
.........
Bonds........................................
Other assets................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
500.00
Other real e sta te ..................
Current expenses and taxes paid
201.68
Premium 'on U. S. and othe-'
bonds and securities...............................
Cash items ........................... ............
5 70
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
10.011.65
Checks and items of e xch an ge ...
340.92
Cash......................................................
4.286.56

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund..................................
Undivided profits.............................
1,857.00
Dividends unpaid...............................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck .................................................
51,072.72
Demand certificates of deposit..
1.261.90
Time certificates of deposit.......
3 , 171.6 8
Certified checks.............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable...........................

T o ta l........... ............................. | 67,363.30

North Platte

T o t a l........................................ i* 67,363.30

The McDonald State Bank
Charter No. 647. (Incorporated)

Chas. McDonald.................................. President

1 W . H . McDonald....................... ...........Cashier

ST A T E M E N T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... | 247,059 56
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured.................................................
282.21
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims e t c ................................
Bonds ...............................................
Other a s s e t s ............................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
15,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2.916.00
Cash item s........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
95.928.35
Checks and items of exchange..
50.91
Currency.............................................
22,793.00
S p ecie..................................................
2,093.29

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 50,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
10.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
25.317.08
Dividends unpaid...........................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ............................................... 174.055.80
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
9.943.70
Time certificates of deposit....... 101.305.97
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to state and private banks
■and bankers..................................
15.500.77

T o t a l......................................... $ 386,123.32


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

T o ta l..........................................$ 386,123.32

SECR ETAR Y OF TH E STATE

193

B A N K I N G BO A R D

The Scroggin & Co. Bank

Oak

Charter No, 854. (Private)
A . C. Scroggin..... .............................. President | B. F. Scroggin........................................ Cashier
........................................................ Vice-President | J. S . Montgomery ...........Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 64,803.94
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
c u r e d ...............................................
387.80
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ...................... .*................. ............................
Other real e sta te.................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and othei
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s .......................................................... .
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
1,449.11
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash........................................... ..........
4.074.33

Capital stock paid in ...................... $ T5.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
10,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
96.79
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ..............................................
18,067.37
Demand certificates of deposit .
12,345.52
Time certificates of deposit........
15,205.50
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 70,715,18

Oakdale

T o t a l -...,.................................. *

70.715.18

The Antelope County Bank
Charter No. 291. (Incorporated)

Geo. F . Boyd.......................................President | ..................................................................... Cashier
John N ie s....................................Vice-President | W . H. Morris...................... Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 76.219.88
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured...............................................
1.363.36
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...............................................'•........
Bonds......................................... ; .............................
Other a s s e ts .......................................... ...............
Banking house furniture & fixtures
5,000.00
Other real estate .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
281.05
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
6,420.51
Checks and items of exchange..
686.00
Cash.......................................................
5,443.05

C apital stock paid in ....................... $ 15,000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
3,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
1,130.49
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check .........................
47.544'26
Demand certificates of deposits.
573.30
28,165.80
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified checks............ ...................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks...................................—
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted........................ ...
Bills p ay ab le...........................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 95,413.85

Total

t

95.413.85

194

F IF T E E N T H

Oakdale

ANNUAL

REPORT OF TH E

The Oakdale Bank
Charter No. 788.

(Incorporated)

R. S. Payne................. ............................ President I Geo. W . Park...................................... Cashier
W .P n e s t * ...............................Vice-President ! D. B. Ot s . . : ....................... Assistant Cashier
Geo. N . Seym our................2nd V ice President I ........ ....................................................

S'

STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906
L IAB ILITIES
Capital stock paid in......................$ 13.000.00
Surplus fund.......................................
2.000.( 0
Undivided profits..............................
4 274.84
Dividends unpaid ..............................................
Individual deposit subject to
ch eck ................................................
50,849.
Demand certificates of deposit. 10,775
62,045.
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified c h e c k s ................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks...................
Due to state and private banks
and. bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable ......................................

T o ta l......................................... I 142.945.65

Oakland

3

- ^

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 99.948.78
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
1.316.07
cured.................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ................................ ......................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
4.000.00
tures..................................................
Other real e sta te .............. ..................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
3.098.99
Premiums on U S. a i d other
bonds and securities ..................
Cash it e m s ..........................................
Due from national, state and privatebanksand bankers_______
21.447.97
Checks and items of exchange .
138.31
Cash......................................................
9.995.50

T o t a l......................................... $ 142,945.65

Farmers and Merchants Bank
Charter No. 293.

V . Neumann

.......... President
Vice-President

(Private)
A . L* Neumann................................. Cashier
C. C. Neumann ............. Assistant Cashier

STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... | 268,904.48
Capitol stoch paid in ...................... $ 25,000.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
Surplus fund......................................
5.000.00
cured................................................
1,678.98
Undivided profits n e t .....................
10,826.80
Stocks, securities, judgments,
ments. claims e t c ............................................ ' Dividends unpaid ............ ..................................
Individual deposits subject to
Warrants..................................................................
106,746.17
c h eck ..............................
Other a sse ts..................... ....................................
•
Demand
certificates of deposit..
6,920.90
Banking house furniture and fix­
Time certificates of deposit....... 183,494.01
tures..................................................
5,377.32
Certified checks...................................................
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Current expenses and taxes paid.
1,395.93
Due to state banks.................. .........................
Cash item s..........................................
175 49
Due to state and private banks
Due from national, state and
and bankers....................................
private banks and bankers.......
49,605.75
N
otes and bills re-discounted___
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Bills payable......................................
Bills of other banks..........................
5,502.00
S p ecie..................................................
5,241.85
Nickels and cen ts.............................
106.08

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

... $ 337,987.88

Total

337,987.88

SECRETARY

Oakland

195

OF T H E S T A T E B A N K I N G BOARD

Bank of A. E. Wells & Co.
Charter No 789

(Incorporated)
Owners

A . E. W ells & Co
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IAB ILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... I 14.316.71
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu re d .................................................
334.13
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other a sse ts.......................................................•••
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
5,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premiums on U . S. and other
bonds and securities................................... .
Cash item s..............................................................
Due L om national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
23,999.99
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash.......................................................
6,526.34
.$ 50.207.17

Total

Oconto

15.000.00
3,000.00
681.94

Capital stock paid in ................... $
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided profits..........................
Dividends unpaid ...........................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ............................................ ..
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit —
Certified checks.............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..
Bills payable....................................

Total

19.286.13
3,356.70
3,882.40

5.000.ÒÒ

$

50,207.17

The Oconto State Bank
Charter N o. 722.

(Incorporated)

. ____ President I S. A . Robinson...................................Cashier
Vice-President | ...........................................Assistant Cashier

M. F. Paul___
George Mary

STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................$
50,766.98
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured...............................................
2,276.92
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, ect ..................................
3 65
Bonds........................................................................
Interest paid...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................
2*146.02
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
658.18
Premium on U . S. and other
bonds and securities..............................! ........
Cash it e m s ........................................
1,025.20
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
6.712.76
Checks and items of exchange.
250.22
Gold and silver coin.........................
372.64
Currency.............................................
1.440.00
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$

65.652.57

Capital stock paid in .............. ... .$
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided Profits .........................
Dividends unpaid...........................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ............ .............................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit —
Certified c h e c k s............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills p a y a b le ....................................

Total

10, 000.00

' 4,30(182
34,762.01
1.619.64
14.970,10

S 65,652.57

196

F IF T E E N T H

Oconto

ANNUAE

REPORT OF

THE

The Farmers Bank
Charter N o. 866.

(Incorporated)

J W . Conley.................................... ...President |J. V . D e v in e .......................................... Cashier
P . D w erlkotte.............................Vice-President | ....................... r........................Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 17.861.41
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
227.93
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds and warrants............................................
Other a s s e t s ......................... ..........................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
477.89
Cash it e m s ............................................... ..............
Other real e sta te ................................. ...............
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,279.64
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds a.nd securities........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banns and bankers ...........
10.681.20
Checks and items of exchange ..
237.07
Currency........................... ............ .
1,440 00
Silver and pennies................ ...................... 60.95

LIA B ILITIE S
Capital stock paid in ....... ............... $
5,000 00
Surplus fu n d .................. ................. ......................
Undivided profits n e t ....................
2.206.89
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
21,422.50
Demand certificates of deposit .
191.7C
Time certificates of deposit.........
3.445.00
Certified c h e c k s .................................................
Cashier’s checks ou tstan d in g........................
Due to national nanks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................. .................
Notes and bills re-discounted ...
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

T o t a l.................... .".................. $ 32,266.09
T o t a l.................................. '....$

Octavia

32,266.09

The Octavia State Bank
Charter No.

721. (Incorporated)

P. H. Updike.......................................... President I E. A. Rusher..........................................Cashier
Geo. Hahn, L. L. M eek............ Vice-Presidents I ..............................................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES
L IA B IL IT IE S
Loans and discounts....................... $ 43,505 82
Overdrafts, secured find unse­
cured............................... ...............
50.41
Stocks, securities, julgm ents.
claims, e tc .............. • ....'...................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ....................................................
1,650.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.645.94
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers..............
5,284.57
Checks and items of exchange..
58.93
Coin........................................................
551.24
Currency..................
1,607.00

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

4 54,353.91

Capital stock paid in ..................... $
5,000.00
Surplus fu n d .................................. .
500.00
Undivided profits.............................
2,611.06
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ...................................................
27,343.12
Demand certificates of deposit..
3.828.55
Time certificates of deposit.......
15.071.18
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks
Notes and bills re-discounted.. . . ................
Bills p a y a b le ......................... ................................

Total

4 54.353.91

SECR ETAR Y

Odell

O F T H E S T A T E B A N K IN G

BO A R D

197

The Hinds State Bank
Charter No. 762.

(Incorporated)

E . B. Hinds.........................................President 1 Ohas. N . Hinds......................................Cashier
T. W . Stanosheck . . ...........Vice-President j Jas. Smethurst....................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

l ia b il it ie s

Loans and discounts....................... $ 51.934 18
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured...............................................
1,069.87
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ................
Bonds .............................
Other assets.....................
Banking bouse, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1,000.00
Other real e sta te .............................
Current expenses and taxes paid ...........
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities..............................
Cash item s..................................
Due from national banks..............
31,002.51
Checks and items of exchange......................
G ash......................................................
8,213.80

T o t a l......................................... | 93.220.36

Ogalalla

T o t a l........................................ .$ 93,220.36

The Exchange Bank
Charter No, 574.

H.

Capital stock paid in .................... | 15,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
200 00
913 46
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid...........................
Indivual deposits subject to
57,732.71
c h eck ................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
19,374.19
Time certificates of deposit...........
Certified ch ecks.............
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable......................................

(Incorporated)

Welpton ...............................— President | J. W . W e lp to n ........................................Cashier
Claire W ether w ax............ Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 142.129 92
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu re d .................................................- 1,414.61
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ....................................
2.075.00
Bonds.......................................
Other a s s e t s ....................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
5,000.00
Other real e sta te .............................
2 000 00
Current expenses and taxes paid
4,271.52
Premium on U. S, and other
bonds and securities...................................
Cash items..............................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
16,674.69
Check and items of exchange...............
Currency ....... ...................................
2,893.00
S p ecie.................................................
2.516.71

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 15,000 00
Surplus fund......................................*
900.00
Undivided profits.............................
5 456 68
Dividends unpaid.......................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ............................................... 127.575.37
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
605.00
Time certificates of deposit ___
28,249.28
Certified checks............
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
1,052.14
Due to national banks....................
136.98
Due to state ~and private banks
and bankers.............................
Notes and bills re-discounted.....................
Bills payable...........................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 178,975.45

Total

* 178.975.45

198

F IF T E E N T H

Ogalalfa

A N N U A L REPORT

OF TH E

The First State Bank
Charter No. 705.

(Incorporated)

J. W . W e lp to n ................................... President I H. W e lp to n — '....................................... Cashier
..Vice-President I Bess V. W elp ton ............... Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts..................... 0
16,694.75
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ...............................................
6 33
Stocks, securities judgments.
claims, e t c .......................................................
Other assets............................................................
Furniture and fixtures..................
1,000.00
Other real e sta te ........................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid..................................................
3,825.69
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash item s.............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers. . . .
12,473.64
Checks and items of exchange..
S p e cie ................................................
341.90

Capital stock paid in ....................I
10,000.00
Surplus fund....................................
1.600.00
Undivided profits................................
3.833.72
Dividends u n pa id.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ...............................................
10.910.30
Demand certificates of deposit.......................
7.998.29
Time certificates of deposit___
Certified ch eck s................................................. .
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Building fund............ , .............
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable....................................

T o ta l........................................0

34,342.31

T o t a l......................................... $ 34,342.31

O^aSaHa

The Citizens Bank
Charter No. 947. (Incorporated)

E. M. Searle Jr.......................................President [ Theo. F. Goold
J o h n H . Orr. J r ......................... Vice-President I ..............................

................. Cashier
Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts......................$
2.866 50
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured.....................................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds. U. S ............................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................
2,500.00
Other real e s t a t e ..................... .
Current expenses and taxes
paid..................................................
9.37
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s...............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
12.269.59
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash.....................................................
2,700.95

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$

20,346.41

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 11,000.00
Surplus fund...................................... ................
Undivided profits............. ................
29.00
Dividends unpaid..................................... .
Individual deposits subject to
check.................................................
9.317.41
Demand certificates of dep osit..
Time certificates of deposit. . : . ,
Certified c h e c k s ...............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks.............. :..
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

Total

.0

20,346.41

SECR ETAR Y

Ohiowa

O F T H E S T A T E B A N K IN G

BO A R D

199

The Bank of Ohiowa
Charter No. 650

(Incorporated)

W . B. Limerick.................................... President I R. A. H arvey............... ...........................Cashier
R. L. Clemons...........................Vice-President | L. E. Harvey ......................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 87,508.14
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
101.69
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claim s,etc............................................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other a s s e t s ..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
t u r e s . .. ... .....................................
2,500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
31.20
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s......................................... - .................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate hanks andbankers...............
38,001.61
Checks and items of exchange..
751.96
Currency.............................................
8,675.00
S p e c ie .................................................
4,712.04

T o t a l......................................... $ 142.281.64

Omaha

L IABILITIES
Capital stock paid in ......................$ 15,000.00
Surplus fund....................
10,000.00
2.365.08
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individval deposits, subject to ....... ........
ch eck....................................................
52,900.33
Demand certificates of deposit..
29,728.83
Time certificates of deposit.........
33,287.40
Certified checks.............................. ................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable.................. ...................

Total

.......... .............................. $ 142,281.64

The City Savings Bank
Charter No.

303.

(Incorporated)

John P. Flack......................................President | W . S. Hillis..........................................Treasurer
J. A . Sunderand.......................Vice-President | ................................................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans first m ortgages....................$ 474,031.17
Collateral Loans..............................
107.618,03
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds. U, S. Gov’t e t c .................... 292,187.30
W arrants............................................. 132.735.22
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
2.000.00
Other real e sta te .............................
16,340.32
Current expenses and taxes paid
663.66
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
C. D .’s on other banks....................
30,882.35
Cash item s........................... . ................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers................. 25,673.26
Checks and items of exchange .
5.928.16
Currency.............................................
8,187.00
S p e c ie ................................................
2,162.82

Capital stock paid in ................... .$ 100.000 00
Surplus fund......................................
10.500.00
Undivided profits.............................
2,989.39
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits book accts 817,666.54
Demand certificates of deposit..
11.389.21
Time certificates of d ep osit... . 155,864.15
Certified ch ecks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks................... ................
Due to state, and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Biils payable..........................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1,098,409.29

Total

$1,098,409.29

200

F IF T E E N T H

Omaha

The J. L. Brandies & Sons, Bankers

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

Charter No. 689
J?' £ randies .......................................President
H. H. Brandies........................... Vice-President

(Incorporated)
Emil Brandies......................................Cashier
- •........................ ................... Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts........................$ 372,033.58
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.............................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .....................................................
U. S. and other bonds...................... 177,306!98
City and county warrants............
4.19L00
Furniture and fixtures....................
800.00
Other real e sta te ..............................................]
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premiums on bonds.......................
150.00
Cash item s.........................................
545 (59
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............ 163,918 08
Checks and items of exchange. . .
3,763.29
Cash........................................................
14.918.36

Capital stock paid in................
if 50 000 00
Surpius fund......................................
¿50(100
Undivided profits.............................
3 391 99
Dividends unpaid.....................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k .....................
582,834.36
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
90,591 24
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
4,339 39
Due to national banks............ ......................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Reserved for tax es.........................

T otal.......................................... $ 737.656.98

Omaha

Total

I 737,656.98

Hayden Bros., Bankers
Charter No. 891.

ffm , H ayden___
Edward Hayden

(Incorporated)

...........President | Jos. Hayden
Vice-President I .......................
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER

12.

RESOURCES

................... Cashier
Assistant Cashier
1906
L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts...................... $ 44,837.98
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ..................................................... ......
Stocks, securities; judgments,
claims, e t c .. ; ......................................................
Bonds.............................................
Other assets county warrants........................
Banking house furniture & fixtures
250.00
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
634.46
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s...................................... - ..............
Due from aat’l, state and private
banks and bankers.......................
97,389 56
Checks and items of exchan ge...
744 35
Cash......................................................
4,787.52

Capital stock paid in............ .......... $
Sutplus fund......................................
Undivided profits,.........................
Dividends unpaid..............................
Individual deposit subject to
check ...............................................
Demand certificates of deposit.!
Time certificates of d ep osit... .
Certified c h e c k s .............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.. . .
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills p a y a b le.....................................

50.000,00
255.85
98,388.02

«
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$

148,643.87

Total

$ 148,643.87

SECRETARY

O’Neill

OF TH E ST A T E

B A N K IN G

201

BO A R D

Fidelity Bank
Charter No. 895. (Incorporated)

E. E. Halstead......... ....................... President I David B. Grosvenor............................. Cashier
O. F. B iglin .............................. Vice-President | W illF . Mikesell................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 24,548.50
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ....... ......................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claim s.etc........................................
B o n d s ........... ..........................................................
Other a s s e t s ...........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.............. ....................................
6,575 98
Other real e s t a t e ......... .....................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
12.81
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s...............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate bankers..................................
2,737.86
Checks and items of exch an ge...
150.00
1,185.42
Cash.........................

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 25.o00.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
1.075.07
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check.................................................
3,081.78
Demand certificates of dep osit..
175.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
5,878.72
Certified c h e c k s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national b a n k s........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................
Emergency or bad paper a c c ts.......................
•

T o ta l.......................................... $ 35.210.57

Ong

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

35,210.57

The Exchange Bank
Charter No. 787. (Incorporated)

J. F. W alker....................................... President |J. O. W alk e r...............................................Cashier
M. Bolton.............. : ............... Vice-President i Grace L. Wralker................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and Discounts.............. '....$ 322,855.44
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
7,806.50
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
313.54
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures........................
4,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
768.59
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash ite m s .........................................
85.68
Due from nat’l, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
61.219.10
Checks and items of exchange..
502.23
Cash.................................. .................
9,051.61

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 406,602.69

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 25.000.00
Surplus fund..........................................
40,000.00
Undivided p ro fits...........................
5.466.76
Dividends unpaid, Int. Eqc. and
r e n ts .....................................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ...................................................
84,772.05
Demand certificates of deposit.. 177,237.31
Time certificates of
deposit...
74,126.57
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Dne to national banks.................. . ................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

Total

$ 406,603.69

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Orchard

ANNUAL

REPORT

OF T H E

The Orchard State Bank
Charter No. 624.

(Incorporated!

A , C. K ing..................
E. A. K in g.................
F. McGiverin.............. .............Vice-President I
ST A TE M E N T NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES
L IA B IL IT IE S
Loans and discounts..................... |
26.849.9:1
Capital stock paid in ....................$
5,000.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse3.500.00
surplus fund....................................
cured......................... .....................
642.05
Undivided profits...........................
2.177.31
Stocks, securities judgments.
Dividends
unp
aid
.................................................
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Other assets................................................... . ...... | Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ...............................................
16.191 53
Bankiug house furniture & fix­
Demand certificates of deposit.
2.165.00
t u r e s ..:...........................................
500.00
Time
certificates
of
deposit__
3.784.46
Other real e sta te ................ ................................. j
Certified c h e c k s .................................................
Current expenses and taxes'
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
paid................ •.................................
1,324.82
Building fund....................................
Premium on U. S. and other •
Due to state and private banks
bonds and securities ......................................i
and bankers..................................
Cash item s............................................................. j
Notes and bills re-discouuted...
Due from national, state and
Bills payable....................................
private banks andbankers____
1.730.20
Checks and items of exchange..
Currency.............................................
1.428.00
S p e c ie .................................................
343.30

T o t a l......................................... $ 32.818.30

Orchard

T o t a l......................................•.$

32.818.30

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 843. (Incorporated)

S. D. Thornton......................................President I S, D. Thornton J r ................................Cashier
C. L. W attles.......r .................... Vice-President I G. E. Thornton.....................Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts......................$
22,782.79
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured...............................................
183.91
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims,, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds, U. S ............................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
300.00
Other real e s t a t e ...........................
Current expenses and taxes
paid...................................................
188.98
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..................................... .........................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers___
5,280.61
Checks and items of exchange......................
S p ecie..................................................
547.10
Currency......................
1,328.00
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$

30,611.39

Capital stock paid in-......................$
5.000.00
Surplus fund......... ............................
1,006.00
Undivided profits..............................
464.36
Dividends unpaid............................................ .
Individual deposits subject to
check.................................................
21.062.15
Demand certificates of deposit..
860.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
2.224.88
Certified checks ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable......................... ............

Total

•I

30,611.30

SECRETARY OF TH E ST A T E

Orchard

B A N K IN G B O A R D

203

The Citizens State Bank
Charter No. 856. (Incorporated.)

E. C, R ector......................................President I W . H. S tock er........................................ Cashier
E. R. G urn ey........................ Vice-President ! ...................................................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES

L IAB ILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... I 19,638.52
Capital stock paid in ....................... f 10.000.00
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
Surplus fu n d ..........................................................
2,677.24
cured..................................................
177.81
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
11,459.63
Bonds........................................................................
Other a ssets..........................................................
Demand certificates of deposit.......................
Banking house furniture & fixtures
1.000.00
Time certificates of d eposit.......
2,349.24
Other real e sta te ................................................. i Certified checks...................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2.297.63 ! Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Premium on U. S. and other
Due to national banks.......................................
bonds and securities- Int. paid ................
Due tosta te and private banks
Cash item s..........................................
21,65
and bankers............................... ............ ...........
Due from national, state and pri­
N otes and bills re-discounted
' 650.00
vate banks and hankers............
2,122.57
Bills payable......................................
3,000.00
Checks and items of exchange..
2,613.07
2.156.00
Cu rrency...............
S p e c ie .............. ................................. .
108.86
T o t a l . . . . ......................................S 30,136.11

Ord

T otal ......... ................................... $ 30,136.11

The Ord State Bank
Charter No. 310. (incorporated)

H. D. C o e ............................................President I Vincent K o k e s........................................... Cashier
C. B. Anderson....................Vice-President I Clarence C o e ,..................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loan's and discounts....................... f 244,694.22
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
2.319.17
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ........................... ..............................
Bonds........................................................................
Interest p a id ....................................
931.36
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
11.500.00
Other real e sta te .............................
500.00
Current expenses and taxes and
interest paid.....................................................,.
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities......................................
Cash it e m s .........................................
314.62
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
12,338.80
Checks and items of exchange..
5,381.96
Cash......................................................
15,790.92
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

,$ 293.771.05

Capital stock paid in .......................$ 50,000.00
Surplus fund.........................................
15,000.00
Undivided profits...........................
6,499.21
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check ............................................... 111,963.20
Demand certificates of deposit..
73,776.46
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks...................
3.147.49
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
6,529.19
Notes and bills re-discounted___
16,855.50
Bills payable.........................................
10,000.00

Total

I 293,771.05

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Orleans

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Bank of Orleans
Charter No. 311

(Incorporated)

E. S. K irtla n d ........... ...........................President ! H . C. Sm ith.............
E. L. M eans___; ........ ................Vice-President 1 ......................................
• ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 117,990.31
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
3,935.09
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
U. S. and other bonds..........................................
City and county warrants.................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ....................................................
6,500.00
Other real e sta te ...................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premiums on bonds...........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
29,864 17
Checks and items of exchange........................
Cash.......................................................
6 304.91

T otal.......................................... $ 164.599.48

Orleans

Capital stock paid in .................... $ 20,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
5,000 00
Undivided profits.............................
905.09
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch e c k .................................................
94.961.48
Demand certificates of d eposit..
43,732.91
Time certificates of deposit...........................
| Certified c h e c k s.................................................. .
I Cashier’s checks outstanding............... .....
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Reserved for tax e s.........................

T o t a l......................................... I 164,599.48

The Citizens State Bank
Charter No. 769.

(Incorporated)

J. E. Dunlay......................................... President | M. B. Holland.......................................... Cashier
W . T . A uld...............................Vice-President I W . P. P ierce........................ Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts...................... $ 98,796.30
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
4,592.64
Stocks, securities; judgments,
claims, e tc .......................................
Bonds....................................................
Other assets county w arrants...
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
1,539.50
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,138.83
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from nat’l, state and private
banks and bankers.......................
46,503 73
Checks and items of exchange........................
Cash......................................................
5,644.63

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 15.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
4,500.00
Undivided profits.............................
9,090.32
Dividends unpaid..... .............................................
Individual deposit subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
98,069.74
Demand certificates of deposit..
31,555.57
Time certificates of deposit...........................
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p a y a b le ........................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

158,215.63

Total

I 158,215.63

SECRETARY

Osceola

OB'1 T H E S T A T E

B A N K IN G B O A R D

, 205

The Osceola Bank
Charter No, 718. (Incorporated)

J. H . M ickey......................................... President | O. E. M ickey............................................Cashier
A . F, Nuquist.............................Vice-President | ..................................................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 136,680.76
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
797.31
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds....... .........................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
10,500.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,239.17
Premium on U. S. and othei
bonds and securities........................................
Cash it e m s .........................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
29.888.68
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
9.886.99
T o t a l........................................ $ 189,993.21

Oshkosh

j Capital stock paid in .......................$ 37.500.00
i Surplus fund......................................
2,150.00
Undivided profits.............................
4,130.40
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck ................................................
61,025.16
Demand certificates of deposit .
85,187.65
Time certificates of deposit.........
Certified c h e c k s ..... .........................
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Bills p a y a b le ......................................

T o t a l......................................... $ 189.993.21

The Deuel County Bank
Charter No. 813. (Incorporated)

J. W . W e h n ..........................................President | Robert A . D ay...................................... Cashier
C. H. B u r k .............................. .Vice-President | J. H. W ehn.......................... Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

LIA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 36,129.15
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
c u r e d ........................ ...................
.59
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds................ ........................................................
Other a s s e ts .........................................................
Banking house furniture & fixtures
1,516.48
Other real e sta te .............................1 .................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.109.89
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
20,982.71
Checks and items of exchange.......................
Bills of otner banks.........................
3,003.00
340.00
Legal te n d e r.....................................
S p e cie ..................................................
867.50
Nickles and cen ts...........................
15.64

Capital stock paid in ....................... f 10,000.00
Surplus fu n d ......................................
1,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
3.515.61
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
43.101.35
Demand certificates of deposits.
123.00
Time certificates Of deposit.......
6,225.00
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................. ......................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p ay ab le...........................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 63,964.96

Total

$ 63.964.96

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F IF T E E N T H

Osmond

A N N U A L REPO RT OF TH E

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 470.

(Incorporated)

C. A. Kissinger....................................... President I B. M. Sm ith.......................................... Cashier
C. L. Marston ...............................Vice-President I .............................................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 67,648.50
Overdrafts* secured and unse­
cured..................................................
2.515.53
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c .......................................
1.270.51
Bonds............................................................ ...........
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures...................................................
8,300.00
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,076.63
Premiums on U S. and other
bonds and securities ......................................
Cash it e m s ...........................................................
Due from national, state and pri- •
vate banks and hankers............
13.979.53
Checks and items of exchange ..
26.40
Cash......................................................
5.673.80

T o ta l......................................... $ 100.490.90

Osmond

Capital stock paid in......................$ 25.000.00
Surplus fund...........................................................
Undivided profits..............................
6 060.34
Dividends u n pa id.................................................
Individual deposit subject to
Check...................................................
30,941.72
Demand certificates of deposit.
950 50
Time certificates of deposit.......
37,538.34
Certified c h e c k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.......................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

T o t a l..........................................$ 100,490.90

The Security State Bank
Charter No 537

(Incorporated)

A . J. Hoehne......................................... President I W . F. B o y e ........................................... Cashier
C. O. Shannon........................... Vice-President I ............................................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 42,623.03
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
706.62
Stocks, securities, judgments,
ments, claims e t c ............................................
Warrants..................................................................
Other assets............................... ..........................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
2,500.00
Other real e sta te ..................................................
Current exoenses and taxes paid.
1,552.16
Cash i t e m s .......................................... ................
Due from national, state and
12,714.22
private banks and bankers.......
Checks and items of exchange..
167.90
C a sh ...........................................
2.871.01

Capibal stock paid in ...................... I 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
1,500.00
Undivided profits ............................
2,604.08
Dividends unpaid ...............................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ................................................
25.658.32
Demand certificates of deposit..
155.05
Time certificates of deposit.......
21,217.49
Certified checks......................... ........................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to state banks..............................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable___•..............................
2,000.00

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

...I

63,134.94

Total

$

63.134.94

SECR ETAR Y

Overton

OF TH E S T A T E

B A N K IN G

207

BO A R D

Overton State Bank
Charter No. 876. (Incroporated)

S. H. Boyles.....................................President I
A. B o y le s ...............................Vice-President I

T. G. Boyles............................................Cashier
C. B. B o y le s ......................Assistant Cashier

ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
L IABILITIES

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts........................t
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .......................................... .
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
Bonds....................................................
Other asse ts......................................
Banking house furniture and
fixtures.............. .............................
Current expenses and taxes paid
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities Int. and
discount paid..............................
Cash it e m s ..........................................
Du§ from national, state
and
private banks and bankers.......
Checks and items of exchange..
Bills nat’l bank & legal tender___
Cash......................................................

57.925.22
402.49

3,053.06
564.65

18,940.18
7.00

Capital stock paid i n ......................$ 12,000.00
Surplus fu n d ..........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
2,030.05
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
42,433.29
Demand certificates of deposit..
883.00
26.185.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s cheeks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.................................
Notes and bills re-discounted...
Bills payable......................................

2.638.74
83,531.34

T o ta l.
Total

Oxford

.$ 83.531.34

The Bank of Oxford
Charter No. 792. (Incorporated)

James A. Divan......................................President
W all er Divan..............................Vice-President

................... Cashier
Assistant Cashier

F. W . Byrd

STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... # 28.487.08
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
50.06
cured ................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, warrants, e t c ......................................
Bonds and warrants.......................................... .
Other assets,int. pd on deposits ................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................................................
1,000.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes
paid....................................................
3,231.99
Cash it e m s ...........................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
6,121 53
Cash.....................................................
3,576.40

T otal.......................................... $ 42,467.06


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in ....................$
10,000.00
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided profits,........... - .............
4,092.02
Dividends u n pa id .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ................................................
13,756.89
Demand certificates of deposit
368.67
Time certificates of deposit.......
14,249.48
Demand and time a c c o u n ts.............................
Certified c h e c k s ..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding........................
Due to national banks........................... '..........
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Bills payable......................................

Total

I

42.467.06

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Page

ANNUAL

REPORT OF

THE

The Farmers Bank
Charter N o. 319.

(Incorporated)

E. H . Sm ith............................................President |Roht. Gallagher.......................................Cashier
L . Gallagher................................ Vice-President | ................................................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts..... ................. $ 30.6S7.39
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured .................................................
226 39
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims e t c ..........................................................
Bonds and warrants............................................
Other a s s e t s .........................
..........................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures................: ................................
t.260.00
Cash it e m s .............................................................
Other real e sta te .............. ..................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.428.02
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banxs and bankers ...........
10.470.97
Checks and items of exchange ..
442.40
1,451 00
Currency.................................... ,. . , .
S p ecie.......................................................... 1 594.20 |

L IA B ILITIE S
Capital stock paid in ....................... $
5.000 00
surplus fu n d ......................................
475.00
Undivided profits n e t ....................
1.822.49
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
18.288.43
Demand certificates of deposit .
1.780.95
Time certificates of deposit.........
20 193 50
Certified c h e c k s .................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding ...
Due to national oank s...................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted ...
Bills p a y a b le ................ .....................

T o t a l......................................... $ 47,560.37 j
T o t a l......................................... $ 47,560.37

Page

The Page State Bank
Charter No. 904. (Incorporated)

Fred Brechler.................
............. ...P re sid e n ti Geo. Brechler...................................... Cashier
Otto H . M aas.............. ................Vice-Presidents I .............................................. Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... | 14,147 37
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................
61.35
Stocks, securities, julgm ents,
claims, e tc .........................................................
Bonds............................... .................................
Other assets.................. ....................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
600.00
Other real esta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
569.98
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers..............
3,310.93
Checks and items of exchange..
142.15
Cash......................................................
1.612.38

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


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

20.444.16

L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fu n d .................................. ....................
Undivided profits.............................
659.64
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
5,948.52
ch eck .................
Demand certificates of deposit..
336.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
3,500.00
Certified checks..............................
..............
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to n r tional banks
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p ay ab le ..........................................................

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

20.444.16

SECRETARY

Palisade

OF T H E S T A T E

B A N K IN G BO A R D

209

The Frenchman Valley Bank
Charter No. 661. (Incorporated)

A. J. Vennum .........................................President I R. J. Vennum .........................................Cashier
................ '............... ........................Vice-President IS . P. Vennum ...................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 57.693.03
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
65.20
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds................ ........................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fixtures..................................................
3.000.00
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
3.969.85
Premium on U .S. and other bonds
and securities................................
Cash ite m s .........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and hankers............
61.913.69
Checks and items of exchange..
12.19
Cash......................................................
4.465 49
T O T A L .................................... $131,119.45

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
5,000.00
Undivided profits................................
10,018.32
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check....................................................
80.254.95
Demand certificates of dep osit..
16,489.45
Time certificates of deposit.........
‘ 9.356.70
Certified c u e c k s ............
.............................
Cashier's checks outstanding.........................
Notes and bills re-discounted...........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state ana private banks
and bankers....................................

T o ta l......................................... $ 131,119.45

1

Palmer

The Palmer State Bank
Charter No. 521.

(Incorporated)

John C la y .,...........................................P esident | H. J. Templin........................................... Cashier
J. W . V ie re g g ...........................Vice-President I ...................................................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 62.250 33
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured................................................
157.22
Stocks, securities,
judgments.
claims, e t c .....................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other a ssets........................................... - ..............
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1.500 00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
663.28
Premium on U S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s.................................. ........................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
9,683.40
Checks and items of exchange
73.30
Cash......................................................
2.018.24

Capital stock paid in....................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
3.157.62
Undivided profits.............................
1.716.34
Dividends unpaid .................................................
Individual deposits subject to
46,203.78
ch e c k ................................................
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
3.047.82
Time certificates of deposit.......
12,220.71
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national hanks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bill re-discounted —
Bills payable......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 76.346.27

Total

$ 76,346.27

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Palmyra

ANNUAL

REPORT

OF TH E

The Bank of Palmyra
Charter No. 322.

(Incorporated)

J. H . Catron, ..........................................President I J. H. Catron J r..................................... Cashier
L . Enyart....................................... Vice-President | A. T. C a s s e l...................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 60,601.72
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
84.45
County warrants, school orders..
2,292.34
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ..................................................
400.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
10.70
Premium on time certificates......................
Cash item s..................................................... ........
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and b an k ers............
67,828 18
Checks and items of exchange..
4.15
4,777.94
Cash....... .............................. ........... .

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
2,500.00
1.313.72
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid....................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
82,637.11
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
8,550.36
Time certificates of deposit......
30,936.25
Certified checks...................................................
Casfiier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due
to
state
and private
banks and bankers............................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
62.04
Special a c c o u n t..............................

Total ........................................ I 135.999.48

Panama

T o ta l......................................... S 135.999.48

The Bank of Panama
Charter No. 323. (Incorporated)

Charles Msrshall.................................. President I John T . Marshall............................ Cashierr
Samuel Tilton...........................Vice-President I ................................................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 72,787.43
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
975.22
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Interest paid o u t..................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
3.300.00
Other real estate ................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
789.60
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s. . ; ............................... .... .-........
Due from national, state, and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
35,655.08
Checks and items of exchange.......................
.C a sh ......................................................
7 130.85

Capital stock paid in......................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
3.000.00
Undivided p rofits...........................
1,389.91
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
check....................................... .............
40.676.38
Demand certificates of deposit..
6,946.00
Time certificates of deposit --58,625.89
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.$ 120,638 18

Total

$ 120,638.18

S E C R E T A R Y OF T H E S T A T E B A N K I N G

Papillion

The Banking House of A. W. Clarke
Charter No. 324.

A. W

211

BOARD

(Private)

C la rk e ........................................................ ....................................................................... ...O w n er’

STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906.
LIA BILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 135,267.14
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
2.095.81
Stocks, securities, judgments.
6,050.00
claims, e t c ......................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets.................................................... —
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures...................................................
8,335.00
Other real e sta te ....... *...................
7,419.46
Current expenses and taxes paid
2,342.61
Premiums on U . S. and other
bonds and securities....................................
Cash item s..........................................
970,21
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and hankers.............
63,817.21
Checks and items of exchange........... ..........
Cash.......................................................
4,216.45
Total

PauJine

.1 230.513.89

108,259.91
17,120.11
73,411.15

S 230.513.89

Total

Bank of Pauline
Charter No. 887.

A. L. Clarke ..
W . A, Taylor

25.000.00
2.250.00
4.472.72

Capital stock paid in ................... $
Surplus fund....................................
Undivided profits...........................
Dividends unpaid ...........................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck..............................................
Demand certificates of deposit.
Time certificates of deposit___
Certified checks.............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding...
Due to national banks..................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..
Bills payable....................................

(Incorporated)

...........President I P. N. Perry . ........................................ Cashier
Vice-President ! .................. ....................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................I
16,812 52
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured...............................................
326.16
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e c t ....................................
Bonds..................................................
Interest paid....................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures.................................................
1.418.65
Other real e s t a t e .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
803.85
Cash it e m s ............................................................
Due from national, state and
private banks and bankers—
13.862.95
Checks and items of exchange.
1.575.39
Bills of other banks including gold
and silver certifica tes..... ..........
1.371.00
Practional paper currency, nick­
els and ce n ts..................................
1.51
Silver dollars.....................................
239.00
Practional silver c o in ............ — ________10.00
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 36.421,03

LIABILITIES
5,000.00
Capital stock paid in ....................$
Surplus fund..........................................................
Undivided Profits .........................
785.06
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k .........................................
19,927.70
Demand certificates of deposit.
10.708.27
Time certificates of deposit............................
Certified c h e c k s......................... .........................
Cashier s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills p a y a b le ..........................................................

Total

?

36,421.03

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Paxton

A N N U A L REPORT OF T H E

Commercial State Bank
Charter No. 915.

(Incorporated)

J. W . W e lp to n ......................................President I L. E. Coy.. ............. .......................... Cashier
H. E. W orrell............................ Vice-President | A. M. C o y ......................... Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts....................... S 11.520.37
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured .................................................
4 64
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
Other assets......................... .•...............................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
1,650.00.
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
582.90
Premium on U. S. and othe.'
bonds and securities..................
Cash items ........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
4.786.73
vate banks and bankers............
Checks anditems of exchange........................
Cash................................. ................
2.694.64

Capital stock paid in ....................... $
5.000.00
Surplus fund...........................................................
Undivided profits.............................
515.60
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck.................................................
11,418.65
Demand certificates of deposit..
189.81
3,496.00
Time certificates of deposit.......
Certified checks..............................................
Cashier's checks outstanding....
565.20
Due to national b a n k s................
54.02
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

T otal..........................................$ 21,239.28

Peru

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

21,239.28

The Citizens State Bank
,

,»
Charter No. 328. [Incorporated]

Jacob R ood............................... ......... President |Ellis E. G o o d .............
......... Cashier
R. T. M cA dam s........................Vice-President |O. M. G o o d .......................... Assistant Cashier

ST A TE M E N T , NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts........................$ 87,544.28
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured .................................................
57.73
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims e t c .................. ..........................................
State warrants................................
5,274.70
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures..................................................
3,525.00
720.00
Other real e sta te ...........................
Current expenses and taxes paid
3,423.64
Cash item s..........................................
118.20
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
39.197.62
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash.......................................................
4,893.30

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 12 .000.00
Surplus fund......................................
5.000.00
Undivided profits..............................
5.894.49
Dividends unpaid............................. ................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
73,587.38
Demand certificates of deposit..
48,272.60
Time certificates of deposit............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.......................................................

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I 144,754.47

Total

S 144,754.47

SECR ETAR Y

Petersburg

OP T H E S T A T E

B A N K IN G BO A R D

213

The Citizens State Bank
Charter No. 621.

(Incorporated)

Thbs. O’S h e a ..................................... President | J. J. Cary...................................................Cashier
Anton M escher..................... Vice-President \ O. W . S hafer.........................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12, 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 73.884.78
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
c u r e d ...,..........................................
965.69
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
2,323.01
Other real e sta te ..... ........................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
745.63
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from hanks....................................
4,539.40
Checks and items of exchange......................
C asn..........................................................
4,916.51

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

Petersburg

P. Jouvenat^.. . . .
J. A . Reichenbach

87.405.02

Capital stock paid in .................... $ 11,200.00
329.00
Surplus fund......................................
Undivided profits.............................
1,369,03
Dividends unpaid....................... ..........................
Indivual deposits subject to
c h eck ..................
27,962.29
Demand certificates of deposit..
2,570.37
Time certificates of
deposit...
33.974.33
Certified checks..... .............................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable......................................
10,000.00

T o ta l......................................... $ 87,405.02

The Bank of Petersburg
Charter No. 631.

(Incorporated)

............ President
.. Vice-President

Emil W in te r.......
A B. Scanne!!..

................... Cashier
Assistant Cashier

STA TE M E N T , NOVEM BER 12, 1906
LIA B ILITIE S

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 134,976,72
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cu re d ................................................
1,232.53
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ....................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets ..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures
......................................
4,500.00
Other real e sta te ........................................ ........
Current expenses and taxes paid ................
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities.......................................
Cash items..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
12,168.58
Check and items of exch an ge...
1,627.11
Cash..........................................................
6,707.58

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 161,212.52

Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 25,500.00
Surplus fund......................................
5.300.00
Undivided profits.............................
933.38
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ...............................................
55,653.51
Demand certificates of d ep osit..
1,955.00
Time certificates of deposit ___
68,870.63
Certified checks................................... ...............
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
N otes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable......................................
3,000.00

Total

I 161.212.52

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Phillips

A N N U A L REPORT OF TH E

The Bank of Phillips
Charter N o. 593.

(Incorporated.)

W m . Glover — , ........ 1............— President |Harry Beard................................................ Cashier
.................................................... Vice-President I .................................................. Assistant Cashier
STA TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... I 50.598.31
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
4.810.42
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds............................................................... .....
Other assets .-.............................
Banking house furniture and flxtures ...............................................
2.500.00
Other real e sta te ............................
990.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,847.98
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities Int paid
a c c t ........................................................................
Cash item s................... ..........................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers ...........
27.481.03
Checks and items of exchange......................
Cash......................................................
2,723.09

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

Pickrcll

90,950.83

L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in .....................$ 10,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
300.00
9.316.95
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck........................'.......................
37,237.58
Demand Certificates of d eposit..
11,481.80
Time certificates of deposit.........
22,614.50
Certified c h e c k s..................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding................. ........
Due to national banks.........................................'
Due to state and private banks
and bankers........................................................
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

T o ta l.........................................$ 90.950.83

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 781.

(Incorporated)

Edd Baumann.......... ...................... President I -E. L . P othast............................................ Cashier
............................................... Assistant Cashier
J. H. Penner....................... Vice-President I .
Christ Spilker....... Second Vice-President | .........................................................................................
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906.
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 54,854.29
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
107.83
cured................................................
Stocks,, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c .............................. ...........................
Bonds........................................................................
Other a s s e ts ..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .......................
1.600.00
Other real e sta te .............................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1¡262.81
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s........ .'..................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
19,454.36
Checks and items of exchange. . .
126.75
Cash......................................................
2,831.08

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 80,237.12

Capital stock paid...........................$
5,000.00
Surplus fund.....................................
1,000.00
Undivided profits.............................
3,019.62
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h eck ...................................................
47.757,04
Demand certificates of deposit..
6,157.30
Time certificates of deposit.......
17,303.15
Certified c h e e k s ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
N otes and bills re-dlscounted___
Bills p ay ab le ......................................

Total

S 80,237.12

SECRETARY

Pierei

OF T H E ST A T E

B A N K IN G

BO A R D

215

The Pierce State Bank
Charter No. 331

(Incorporated)

C. E. Staley........................................... President |M. Inhelder............................................. Cashier
H. H. M o h r................................ Vice-President | .................................................Assistant Cashier
STATEM EN T. NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... f 118:659 56
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured................................................
173.81
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claim s.etc............................................................
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets ........................................................
Banking house, furni'ure and fixtu r e s ................................ ........ .......
8,200.00
Other real e sta te .............................
4,000.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
2.786 60
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
C.,sh item s..................................................... ........
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers.............
15.553 01
Checks and items of exchange..
1.589.80
C a s h ..,.................................................
7,108.51

T o t a l......................................... I 158.071.29

Pierce

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in ......................$ 25.000.00
3.500 00
Surplus fund............................. ........
Undivided profits....... , ...................
5.325.02
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Ind vidval deposits subject to ................
check.................................................
59.290.68
Demand certificates of deposit..
1.601.00
62,374.46
Time certificate.sof deposit.........
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
980.13
Notes and bills re-discounted..........................
Bills payable..........................................................

......................................... î 158,071.29

Total

The Pierce County Bank
Charter No.

489.

(Incorporated)

W oods Cones............................ .......... President | F. W Steinkrau-; ........................ .
Cashier
B enj. Lindsey..... ..................... Vice-President |Ed. L . Jenal.........................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. '906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts........................$ 182.167 00
Overdrafts, secured & unsecured
5.766 58
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ...........................................................
Bonds.........................................................................
W a r r a n ts................................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
8.300.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
3.455.32
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
C. D .’s on other banks.......................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
10,164.16
Checks and items of exchange ................... .
Cash.......................................................
8,267.54

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 25.000.00
6,000.00
Surplus fund...................
Undivided profits...........
8.525.98
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits......
87,*’30.56
Demand certificates of deposit..
7.672.10
Time certificates of d ep osit...
. 83.291.96
Certified ch eck s...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks...................
Due to state, and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Biils payable — .......................... ..

Total


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I

218.120.60

Total

S18,120.60

216

F IF T E E N T H

Plainview

ANNUAL

REPORT OF TH E

The Farmers State Bank
Charter No. 333

(Incorporated)

F . C. H olbert.................................... President | L. C. Barbour.......................................... Cashier
P. D Corell..................... .......... Vice-President |H. L. Buckingham ............... Assistant Cashier
F. A . M cCornack................... V ice President ! .........................................................................................
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

Loans and discounts.......................$ 186,535.67
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
3.310.99
Stocks, securities, judgments.
claims, e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures .................................................
7,050.00
Other re u estate .................................................
Current expenses and tax s paid ................
Premium on U. S.
other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash ite m s ..... ................................
888.45
Due from national, state and pri­
11.061.33
vate banks and bankers............
Checks and items of exchange..
865.35
Cash......................................................
7.705 53

Capital stock paid in ...................... $ 25,000.00
Surplus fund......................................
8,500.00
3,324.63
Undivided profits ...........................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
68.213.67
Demand certificates of deposit..
6.075.40
Time certificates of deposit....... 106.303.62
Certified check s..............................
Cashier’s checks outstanding___
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable......................................

Total

$ 217,417.32

Plainview

Total

217,417.32

The Bank of Plainview
Charter No. 467.

(Incorporated)

W . L. M ote................ .........................President |Z. H . DeLano........................................... Cashier
. Vice-President | M. Sorensen ................................ Asst. Cashier
STATEM EN T, NOVEMBER 12, 1906
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts....................... $ 137.667.8
Overdrafts secured and unse­
cured.................................................
3,541.72
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims e t c ..........................................................
Bonds........................................................................
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................................
1,800.00
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,184.54
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and private banks and bankers.............
18.731.44
Checks and items of exchange..
1.283.75
C a s h ...:...................................................
7,258.94

T o ta l......................................... I 171,468.27


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L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in ....................... $ 20,000.00
Surplus fund .....................................
4,000.00
Undivided profits..............................
2,900.29
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Individual deposits subject to
ch eck................................................
68,846.25
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.........
75 721.73
Certified checks ...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers ..................................
Notes and bills re-discounted___
Bills payable....................................

T o t a l........................... ..............I 171,468.27

SECRETARY

OF T H E ST A T E

B A N K IN G

217

BO A R D

The Security State Bank

Plainview

Charter No. 8ol.

(Incorporated)

M. R. Duteher..................................President | W . M. D utcher........................................ Cashier
J. M. Dutcher....................... Vice-President i J. D. Dutcher....................... Assistant Cashier
ST A TE M E N T . NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... I 28.051.28
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
525.96
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ............................................ .............
Bonds .......................................................................
Other assets..........................................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
1,500.00
tures ............................................. .
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1,767.38
Premium on U. S. and other
bonds and securities........................................
Cash item s..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers...........
11,788.17
Checks and items of exchange..
68.70
1.828,81
C a sh ......................................................

Capital stock paid in .................... $ 15,000.00
Surplus fund.................................. ........................
5,508.60
Undivided profits.............................
Dividends unpaid...................................................
Indivual deposits subject to
c h eck .................................................
11,133.16
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit.......
22.888.81
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.. .
Due to national banks....................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted. ..
Bills payable......................................

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

Platte Center

51.530.60

T o t a l......................................... $ 51,530.60

The Platte County Bank
Charter No. 515.

(Incorporated)

H A Clarke ..................................... President | P. F. Luchsinger.................................... Cashier
W m . Schelp.............................Vice-President I W P. Schelp.......................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 77,268.62
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
3.273.11
cured ................................................
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ....................................
11.150.00
Bonds, municipal..............................
Other a s s e t s ......................................
Banking house, furniture and fix­
tures .................................. ..............
4,216.67
Other real e sta te .................................................
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.531.32
Premium on U. S, and other
bonds and securities.......................................
Cash items..............................................................
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
21,275.54
Check and items of exchange........................
Currency.............................................
3.847.00
Gold, silver, fractional coin...........
1,006 78

Capital stock paid in ....................... I 15.000.00
Surplus fund......................................
3.000.00
Undivided profits.............................
2,565.01
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ................................................... 54.356.36
Demand certificates of deposit......................
Time certificates of deposit —
54.617.97
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier's checks outstanding.........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due to staoe and private banks
and bankers....................................
Notes and bills re-discounted —
Bills payable..................................

Total


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$ 129.569.34

Total

t

129.569.34

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FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Plattsmouth

The Bank of Cass County
Charter No. 642.

(Incorporated)

Ohas. C. Parm ele.. ....................... ....P residen t I T. M. Patterson...................................Cashier
Jacob Tritsch..............................Vice-President |R. F. Patterson.................Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T . NOVEM BER 12, 1906
RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIE S

Loans and discounts....................... $ 240,785.65
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured ................................................
6,388.66
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................................
843.93
Other assets............................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
8,500.00
tures..................................................
Other real e sta te .............................
14.665.35
Current expenses and taxes paid
4,554.96
Premium on time certificates......................
Cash item s..........................................
958.22
Due from national, state and pri­
vate banks and b an k ers............
44.853 14
Checks and items of exchange..
1,434.14
Cash.....................................................
21,285.45

Capital stock paid in ..................... $ 50,000 00
Surplus fund......................................
15,000.00
Undivided profits................ .............
10.783.43
Dividends unpaid....................................................
Individual deposits subject to
c h e c k ............................................... 118,702.78
Demand certificates of deposit..
11,120.69
Time certificates of deposit........ 125.468.57
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........................................
Due
to
state
and private
13,194.03
banks and bankers.......................
Notes and bills re-discounted.........................
Special a c c o u n t...................................................

Total ........................................ $ 344.269.50

Plattsmouth

T o ta l........................... ..............$ 344.269.50

The Plattsmouth State Bank
Charter No. 786. (Incorporated)

W . H. N ew ell....................................... President I J. M. R oberts.....................
Cashier
J. P. F a lte r .'............................Vice-President I .................................................. Assistant Cashier
ST ATEM EN T , NOVEMBER 12. 1906
RESOURCES

L IABILITIES

Loans and discounts....................... $ 72.457.73
Overdrafts, secured and unse­
cured.................................................
1.048.22
Stocks, securities, judgments,
claims, e t c ......................... ■....... .......................
Bonds......................... ............................................
Interest paid o u t..................................................
Banking house furniture and fix­
tures ................................
714.50
Other real estate ............................
9.657.00
Current expenses and taxes paid
1.399.18
Premium on U. S and other
bonds and securities...............: .......................
Cash item s..........................................
356.63
Due from national, state.and pri­
vate banks and bankers............
*,427.92
Checks and items of exchange..
1,419.31
C a s h ....................................................
3.462.23

Capital stock paid in ......................$ 30.000 00
500.00
Surplus fund......................................
2.875.05
Undivided p ro fits...........................
Dividends unpaid.................................................
Individual deposits subject to
52.139.08
check....................................................
Demand certificates of deposit..
436;89
Time certificates of deposit.....
5.991.70
Certified checks...................................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding..........................
Due to national banks........... ..........................
Due to state and private banks
and bankers.........................................................
Notes and bi