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I JEWS OF WORLD
I TO HIKE TITHE
Great Scheme of Homeland in
Palestine Is Unfolded at
Meeting in London.
LONDON. July 9- A report pro
scnted to the Zionist conference by
J. A. NalditCh, of the national exe !U-
fM ilvd committee, sugResting that all
Jews bo taxed ten pc r Cent of their
annual incomes for the foundation
fund for public works in Palestine re
salted in animated discussion. Sony
of tho delegates violently oppose.! the
meiwure. but the general opinion or
the delegates appeared l:vorublo to
1 It. Mr NalditCh proposed that the
juonev be collected In proportion to
capital hi the cane of propertied
classes, and In proportion to annual
fM Income In the case of others Thr col-
lections will begin throughout the
world simultaneously on an appointed
i si . oi tit: u s
B The money collected would bo i P-
plied to institutions, shelters, lmmi
grunt dwellings, medical help and the
relief and maintenance of existing;
schools and the building of new
schools, Including agricultural, Indus-
trial, icscarch and experimental -ta-H
lions. It was urged that the entire
organization of the Zionists for col
lectlng money bo devoted solely to
these collections, except the Jewish
i.atlonal fund, and that special tithe
committees be appointed Immediately
with wide authority for making col-
The conference appointed policy
cunimlttci consisting of 21 membcis
to frame a political program, for ob
servancc In Palestine. In accordance
with a suggestion of Dr. Wclsnnan,
member of the Palestine committee
appointed by King George who urged
the necessity of a common method of
procedure by all race there to avoid
conflicts of faiths and peoples The
committee Is expected to report next
Monday. The colonisation, education
and finance committees, which also
were appointed today, will report at
. I lie sa me I line
WILL PUSH EDI C VTIOS.
1 The educational committer reported
I t pr.- .n iiiona h en progre sing roi
the establishment of B Jewish unlver
slty in Jerusalem which " must be bull?
up gradually, although a Bmall .begln-
H nlng must be made in the near fu-
lure.1' It Is expected that a bulldll g
H to house the research Institutes fur
H physics, chemistry, mlcro-blology and
tho Hebrew language which will be
the first efforts of the educational
I committee, probabl) will be opened In
I I 1922
The committee reported that it was
undertaking to acquire a facultv for
tho university of Jerusalem and for
tho .Haifa technical college. Owing to
the tendency of Ulo delegates to make
H their discussions loo long, a time limit
tor all speeches has been put into tf-feet
Before the war about 150,000 rall
jl road freight cars were onsti n t-il -ii,-
fM nually in the United States.
Stops Hair Coming Out;
' Doubles Its Beauty.
j A few cents buys "Danderlne." After I
j an tpplicatfon of "Danderlne" you cao !
1 not find a fallen hair or any dandruff,
besides every hair shows new life, vi$-
or, brightness, more color and thick j
I . -. .
HI j LEMON JUICE
B FOR FRECKLES :
I ! Girls! Make beauty lotion ror I !
! I a few cents Try It! !
j j r !
Squeeze the juict of two lemons Into
fjM a bottle containing three ounces of I
orchard white, shake well, ami )Ou'
have a quarter pint of the best freckie 1
! and tan lotion, and complexion beauti- j
II tier, at very, very small cost.
I Vour grocer n.is the leraous and an'
I drug store or toilet counter will sup
ply ihren ounces of orchard white for i
! a few cents. Massage this sweetly
fragrant lotloa into tho face, neck,
arms and hands each day and see how
I freckles and blemishes disappear and
how clear, soft and rosy-while the
f kin becomes. Yes! It is harmless and
Defer irritates. Advertisement.
If FOR HCIGJORTURE
j Use Antiseptic Liquid Zerao
i There is one remedy that seldom
fails to stop itching: torture and relievo
J akin irritation and that makes the skin
eoft, clear and healthy
Any druggist can supply you with
-emo, which generally overcomes skin
diseases Eczema, itch, pimples, rashes.
blackheads, in most cases giv way
1 to Zemo. Frequently, minor blemishes
j disappear overnight Itching usually
I stops instantly. Zemo is a safe, anu-
i septic liquid, deai, easy to use and
dependable. It cost? onK 35c; an extra
J large bottle, $UX) i will not stain, is
H not greasy oz Hticirv and is positively
lj faf t for tender, sensitive skins.
I Tbfcfc. W.Rom Co.. Cleveland. O.
4 Mother Gray's
. AROM ATICLE AF
Tha Jdedlclnil Tea, rjo!te tb ayttrra aA
t Tf qotcll mW to Vritr.wi sr.d I mrr.r; of
ibe Uck w.d Kidneyv Ntnoufnwi. nd tbs
Doplnof :bebil AROMATIC -I E AKu
a (Ample, plruot remadf forthit ttrd. liDjTid
l condiUoB wbici mo cofiuooafor ibedlly laika.
Oet pickax t rnrdrDKiitorbJ'itl Wc;.
; Addicts. Mother Or; Co., Lo hoj , R Y.
I REPORT OK TI1K CONDITION OF
Pingree National Bank
j At Ogden, in the -Stntr of VtaJi. at the close of business on June 30, 1920.
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts .... $1,700. 626. 7 I
Total loans .$1,700,623.74
; Notes and bills rcdiscounted with Federal Reserve
Bank (other than bank acceptances sold. 456.4?6.60
Votes and hills rcdiscounted other than with Fed
nii reserve linnk (other than bank accept
ances sold) 188.3R0.O0
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 6,022 8 8
If. s. GOVERNMENT SFCFRITIKS OWNED:
I l.epo.;icd to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par
Pledged as collateral for state or other deposits
01 bills payable 965,450.00
Total I". S. Government securities 1.116,073.23
OTHER BONDS, sl.ri RITli:s, FTC:
Bonds (other than U. S bonds) pledged to secure
postal savings deposits 20 000.00
;-'ir url. if. ntJirr than L S. bonds (not Including
ftoc-ks), owned and unpledged 21 S. 738. JO
Total bonds, securities, etc, othet than U. S 23S.738 40
Stocdc of Federal Reserve Hank ( 30 per cent of subscription).. 7 300.00
! '.'alue of banking house, owned and unincumbered 102.225 0!) 102,225 00
Furniture and fixtures 17.775 00
I Lawful r servo with Federal Reserve Bank. 71.050.25
I Items WlUi Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection (not
available as reserve) 72,01 5 83
Cash In vault and net amounts due from national banks 13S.25'" J
Net amounts due from banks bankers, and trust companies In
th I nited States 103.531 8?
Exchanges for clearing house 24,095.46
Total last four Items $ 340,893 81
Checks on banks located outside of city or town re- ,
porting bank and other cash Items I,917.M
Redemption fuud with U. S. Treasurer and due from I . s.
Treasurer 8., 50 00
. . . $2,999,235.01
Capital stock paid In 175.000.00
I Surplus fund 75,000 00
I Undivided profiis $ 9.158.52 9.1332
Amount reserved for taxes accrued 10.000 00
I -Circulating notes outstanding . 1 73,39j.OO
I Net amounts due to national banks 107,000 3,
i Net 'mounts due to banks, bankers, and trust companies In the
I ijitod States and foreign countries 1 15.072.93
I Certlfieci checks outstanding 52
C-ishlcr's checks on own bank outstanding 15.806 19
Total of last four Hems $ 237.983 4S
Dl'MAND DEPOSITS (other than bank depOflllR
subject to Reserve (deposits pajablc lihln ."0
j Indlyidmil deposits subject to check $ 930.215.33
Ccrtlfl'-atei of deposit due in less than 30 days
(Other than for money borrowed) 71,-36 i4
Total of demand deposits i other than bank de-
posits) subject to Reserve $1,001 452.07
TIME DEPOSITS Mibjr-c-t to Reserve (payable niter :tO da
or subject tO SO (lays -r inure- notice, and postal savings)
Certificates of deposit ('other than for money borrowed) S3. 931.26
! Pos'al savings deposits If$J5"?J
Othsr tunc deposits LvV.VlVV 33 ,3
Total of lime deposits subject to Reserve ..I 43..-tj9.
UNITED SI VTES DEPOSITS (othf-r than
postal aNiug-') :
' U S Government securities borrowed without furn-
lehlng collateral security for same. . $ 50.000.00 fiO.nOO 00
1 Rills payable with Federal Reserve Bank 835,000.00
I Liabilities for rediscounts with Federal Reserve Bank 46,486. 60
Liabilities for retJ.3C0uits other than with Federal Reserve
I Fank -T. ; 188.350-00
TOial contingent liabilities 644.836-60
STATE OI UTAH, COUNTY F WEBER ss:
1 J H Riley, Cashier of the aboc-namcd bank do solemnly swear thai
the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief
J. H. RILE V. Cashier.
Sul scribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of June, 1920.
(SCAD E F BRATZ, Notary Public (Mv Commission rxplres Aug 16, 1921).
CO R R ECT At test
F P ELLISON.
J W. ABBOTT,
OF IRISH FEARED1
Preparing For Boyne Celebra
tion. Artillery Parades
Streets of Belfast.
BBLFAST, July 9. In preparation
for next week's Boyno celebration
three hundred troops have arrived and
more are coming tomorrow. There
was a parade of artillery through the
streets today with a lev.- of Impress-j
l.'i; 1 1 --j 1 1 1 o trouble makers.
Every road into the city Is being
patrolled and drivers of motor cars.
Ing held up These precautions i
are th result of representations by
tho I Istei unionists that. In lew of:
the eYentS In Londonderry, if the au
thorities arc- not prepared to keep or
der tbc Ulster volunteers will under
take the task.
Dl 1 V TAX COLLECTORS.
Dl'BLIN. July 9. The Dublin coun
ty coum I! hed Instructed Ha officials
not lo upply any Information to the
British Income tax authorities nor to
allow these authorities to examine,
I books or documents Such information
as is demanded is to be given only
by the Dally Eiraenn (the Irish Re
Tho 81nn Fein executive In Cork
has circulated among the Cork mer
chants a similar warning not to fur
nlh Income tax Information, adding
"Any breach of this order will be
severely dcalth with, '
The situation In the west and south
i Is so serious owing to the stoppage of
trains that many towns are adopting
a rationing system as a precaution
The Sinn Fein bureau asserts that
I British troops were sent especially to
Cashel to remove tho decorations put
up for the occasion of the visit of
Archbishop Hanna of San Francisco,
and Bishop Cantwell of Los Angeles.
The news agency adds that the pre
i l-i'es In addressing the people con
! gratulated them on the "splendid
i flj?ht Ireland Is now making," and
' prayed that Ireland noon would at
tain her freedom."
TROOPS BARRICADE ROAD.
DUBLIN, July 9. Ten of the main
roads Into Dublin have been occupied
since last night by soldiers. who
erected barriers of barbed wire when?
they halt and question occupants of
all passing motor cars. The reason
j for this has not been disclosed, but It
Is understood tho military believe the
' Sinn Fclners are about to change the
l place of detention of General Luoaa.
j who with Colonel Danford and Colonel
Tyrrell was seized at a hut near Fer
moy. county; Cork, late In June. Qon
eral Luca3 c as taken to an unknown
destination, but the other officers
made their escape.
j PHELAN OF CALIFIRNIA
RUNS AGAIN FOR SENATOR
8AN FRANCISCO, July 9 An
nouncement that papern placing him
in nomination to succeed himself were
being prepared, was made for United
States Senator James D. Phelan by his
secretary here today Senator Phelan
Is a Democrat.
Needs of Industry Told in Res
olutions Adopted By Ari
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., July 9 A res
olution that committees be appointed
by each association to try to secure
better working "onultlons between.
ll estock growers and She packers was
adopted at the c-loslng session today of
the Joint convention of the- Arizona
cattle growers' association and the Ar
Ixona Wool Growers' association
either resolutions adopted included
Favoring appointment of committees
to appeal before proper authorities
and fight any further freight rate In-:
Condemning any policy of the stat
land department of Arizona not in ac
cord with the broad principles of state
Condemning the Fort Valley. Arizo
na, experiment station as a useless;
extravagance and asking that the;
lands used revert to entry
Agreeing that sheep moving from
north to south and back will keep
within driveways and cattlemen will
not mfllest them.
Demanding legislation patterned af
ter the pure food law. requiring con
tent labels on all clothing or cloth
6old as all wool, but which was part
or all shoddy
opposing Increased government
Demanding that reductions of the
lorest grazing era be compensated for
jby barring alien grazers
A resolution condemning tbc fed
eral reserve banks for withholding
I loans to stock men was defeated
SOUTHERN PACIFIC PLEA
ON STEAMERS IS DENIED
WA8HIKOT0N, July 9. Applica
tion of the- Southern Pacific company
for permission to operate its Atlantic
steamship lines In either regular or
Irregular service between points on
tho Atlantic seaboard and the gulf
roast was denied today by the Inter
state commerce commission
The commission held that such ser
vice was not in the Interest of the
public and would prevent competition
i The tannin in tho rind of pome
granites lu used In the manufacture ofi
"EXCUSE MY DUST' 1
; Wallace Reid, in his j
greatest picture at
Utah Theatre Sunday.
f REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
First National Bank
at Ogden, in the State of Utah, at tho close of business on June 30, 1920
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts $2,25.776 65
VoteB and bills rediscounted with Fed
eral Reserve Bank (other than bank
acceptances sold) . $429.41091
Notes and bills rediscounted other than
with Federal Reserve BaDk 167885.00
Foreign Bills of Exchange or Drafts sold with in
dnrsenient of ihis bank, not shown under sec
ond item above 697.2 15 94 $1,688,530.71
Overdrafts, unsecured 6.902.30
13'. S. Government securities owned:
Deposited to secure circulation (U S. bonds par
value) . . 150,000.00
Pledged to secure U. S deposits (par value) 75,000.00
Pledged to secure postal savings deposits (par
Pledged as collateral for state or other deposits or
bills payable 137,500.00
Owned and unpledged 1 4.212 37
War Savings Certificates and Thirft Stamps actu
ally owned S87 35
Total V. Government securities 387.67! 72
other bonds, securities, etc :
' Bonds and securities (other than U, S securities)
pledged as collateral for state or other de
posits (postal excluded) or bills payable . 100,000.00
Securities, other than V S bonds (not including
stocks) owned and unpledged .. 65.GS3 09
Total bonds, securities, etc.. other than U 8 165. 6S3 09
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of
Value of bankinr; hour-p. owned and unincumbered iimmh.ii mi
Real estate owned diner than nankins house. 31,791.79
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 133,890.02
litems with Fedeial Reserve Bank In process of
collection (not available as reserve) 190.999.32
Lash in vault and net amounts due from national
bauks 270.311 J2
Net amounts due fn.ni hanks, bankers, and trust
companies m :he I'nltrd Stales (other than
included in Items 12 ,13 or 14 139,635.9.'
' Exchanges for clearing house 45.825 62 '
i Total of last five items 646.772.78
I t'hecks on banks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and other cash items.. 1 1 2 i J . 3
Redemption fund with U S Treasurer and due
from U. S. Treasurer ..- 7;500.00
1 Interest earned but net collected approximati
on Notes and Bills Receivable not past due il',966.3"
Other assets, if an Liberty Loan Bonds held
under agreement to repurchase 6,000.00!
Capital slock paid in - $ 150 000 00,
Surplus fund 175.000. 00
I Undivided profits $ 03.851.24
i Lea's Current expenses, interest, and taxes paid 0.00 63,851 21
Interest and discount collected or credited in ad
vance of maturity and noi earned (approx
imate) 1.111. 81
Circulating notes outstanding 145.197 50
Net amount.- due to national banks 276,143. IS I
Net amounts due to banks, bankers and trust com
panies In the United States and foreign coun
trie.--, (other ttnn included in items above)... 554,346 38
Certified checks outstanding 21.475 21
Cashiers checks on own bank outstanding 40, is:; 26
Total of latst five items 7ul 448 06
Demand, deposits (other than bank deposits)
sublert to reserve fdfnnclt navahla orttti
in 30 days) :
Individual deposits subject to check 1.269.212.64
1 Certificates of deposit due in less than CO days
(other than for money borrowed) 375.511 71
Dividends unpaid . 33.00
Total of demand deposits (other than bank
deposits) subject to Reserve, last six itcni3 1,644,757 .35
I Certificates of deposit (other than for money bor
rowed) - 76,600.84
j Postal savings deposits . 8,586 64
Total of time deposits subject to Reserve,
last two items .'. 85.187.43
Other United States deposits, including deposits
of U. S. disbursing officers. 11,626 62
Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve
Bank includlnp all obligations representing
money borrowed other than rediscounts) 100,000 00
j Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank 137.500 .00 '
I Total $3,215,680.06
Liabilities for rediscounts with Federal Reserve
I Bank 9 429.410.94
! Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal
Reserve Bank 167,833.00
Total contingent liabilities 597,245 'i 1
i State of Utah, County jf Weber, ss
I, James F Burton, C.isl.lcr of thc above-named bank, do solemnly swear j
'that, the above statement is true l the best of my knowledge and belief.
JAMES F BURTON, Cashier
Correct Attest M 8. BROWNING.
JOHN N ATSON.
R B PORTER, Directors
Subscribed and Bworn to before me this seventh day of July, 1920
(SEAL) S. T. .IEPPESEN Notarv Public
Mv commission expires September 13, 1922
STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF THE
Ogden State Bank
at the close of business on June 30. 1920.
Loans and discounts . . $2,804,600 62
overdrafts secured and unsecured ;3,t09 32
Stocks and other bonds 202, 770. SO
Banking house, furniture and fixtures 63,788 69
Other real estate 9.819 00
L S Liberty Loan and other marketable bonds $ 854,000.00
War Savings and revenue stamps ... 559.01
Due from National Banks 334.627.44
Due from state banks and bankers 56.182.13
t'hecks for Clearing House and cash items 67,495 92
Silver coin 8,451 to
Gold coin 81,105 00
Total cash resources $1,470,726 11
Total $4,585,314 54
Capital stock paid In s 100,000. 0u
Surplus fund 200,000 00
Undivided profits, interest, exchange, e'e S6.433.7i
Banks $ 155,391 90
Individual t . 2.199.U2S 67
Savings . - 1,796.607.311
Demand Certificates of Deposits...,. 13.001.26
CaHhier's checks 28.921 38
Certified checks 1. 264.1p
Letters of credit 27.80
U. S. Postal Saving 4.637 41
Total deposits ... i $4,198,880.80
Total $4,585.314. 34
State of L ta'n. County of Weber ss
A. P. Blgelow. being first duly sworn, according to law. deposes and say
That he Is Cashier of the above named bank; that the above and foresoin
report contain a full, true and correct statement of the condition or the saiJ '
bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June, A. D. 1920
(SEAL) A P. BIGELOW. Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Slh day of July. A. D 1920. j
M E RAWSON. Notary Public.
My commission expires April 16. 1922.
REQUEST ASSISTANCE FOR I
REPUBLIC OF ARMENIA
PARIS. July P An international
conference of Armenian comrnttees.
consisting- of delegates from France.
England, the Cnlted States. Italy.
Switzerland, Greece. Denmark. Nor
way and Sweden assembled In Paris.
A dispatch was forwarded to Presi
dent Wilson expressing th deep ap
preciation and gratitude of the con
ference for the ftiendehlp which
President Wilson ban constantly dis
played for Armenia.
The eonferenee. which Is being pre
sided over by Victor Berard, French
minister of public Instruction, ad
dressed a letter to the supreme coun
cil at Spa asking that the engage
ments taken with regard to Armenia
be kept and that dispositions be made
to sustain the republic of Armenia.
Between 60.000 and 7n 00O applies-'
Uons for patents are made In the!
Cnlted Statea annual!).
REPORT MADE TO THE RANK COMMISSIONER OP THE STATE OF
IT AH OF THE CONDITION or
Ogien Savings Bank
IOatcd at Ogden br the County of Weber, State of Utah, at the close of busi
ness on the. ni ,iay ..f June, 1920.
Loin-, arid discounts $1,6J.',337.3C H I
Less notes and bills of thl. Lank i cdlt-o ranted 15,000.00 11,480,197.36 IpK
Stocks, bonds ami securities, etc '. .. S99.X60.49 IS?'
Other reel estate owned , . 9,000.00 I I
Due from Federal Reserve bank ... . 04.S80.30 Hi)
Due from other banks 166,395.53 Ww,
Exchanges for Clearing House ...... 539 23
Currency 4.396!oc BH
Total cash on hand 9,4St.46 nsV'i
Interest earned (not collected ) 11,254.64 jRi
Total $2,120,889.22 fit!
A , , 1-1 VrtLlTIES
apitnl stock paid In , ; 1160.000 00 Hf;.
Surplus fund .... 150,000.00 m-fc
undivided profits 19,274.71 WT':
Net undivided pioflt.s ' . , . , . . 19,27 1 7 1 Mr 'fy
Reserved for taxes and Int.Mf.si , .... t'' W
Cashier's checks 4,589.62 I" I
Dividends unpaid ........ 156.00 kyl-
Total demand deposits ' " ' '" 4,745.62 i
Savings deposits ' 1,702.245 52 I V?
Total tlmo deposits ....... ' ' " 1,792 245.52 1
Interest collected (not earned) 2l69.6fl I
Total . 13 ISO 889.22 r '
State of Utah, County of bci K r
Charles H Barton, being first dulv sworn according to lav.-, deposes and S-T
savs that he Is cashier of the above immd bank: that the above and fore- Jr
going report contains n full, true and correct statement if the condition of
tne said bank at tho c lose of business on the 3th day of June-, 1 920
c . CHAS. H. BARTON.
' ' ' '" 1 ' orrect Attest:
M s BROTVNINQ,
JOHN WATSON i
E M BOWMAN'. L;
i Directors. H
transcribed and sworn to before n r this Sth dav of July, 1920 ft j
... , SI MT ER P NELS.N. Notarv Public h
- commission expires l 5th day oi October, 1921 Vi''
i ; I
COMBINED STATEMENT OF
First National and Ogden .
Savings Banks - I
l oans and discounts ti-rr i-j ,n I
Ov. rdrafta . . ' ',; Ikl S !
Sa,k,A!rsc: :-: : lj0-?:?; if
Interest earned (net collected) . ... n'sti'is i Bta fl
Bonds, si : ities et B10 452 S3
Due from Treasurer l S.. 5 per cent fund . . '....'..I'.. '. : iv, MKj
' : Bonds mC Treasury Certificates i&l 99'T I
Cash on hand and due from bank. '. ......... .,Y.Y liQli'.tAZ.iz
T $5,933,815 22 tt- . ..
i i. rsn.m f.s B
Capital stock paid In , 300,000.00 mW'X
surplus and undivided profits 408 1 ".''' Bit'1'''-
Interest collected (not earned) . . -i i ii R'
1 11 ui itlon US 197 So E;
Otherl libflUIes d olh6p correspondent banks 'ii3C74y9i K' ,
Deposits . iMo.ilo.ll WBm
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF jf
Utah Naifona! Bank oi Ogden
At ...g.lcn. In the State of Ctah. at the close of business on June 30. 1920.
Loar.s ana discounts, Including rediscounts $2,106,341.70
Total loans $2,106,34 1 70 ; 1
DEDUCT: " " T
Notes and bills rediscounted with Federal Reserve t
B-r,i. (other than bank acceptances sold) . .. 268.212 26 1 83S19 44
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured . 868887
C. S. GOVERNMENT SECl RITrES OWNED:
Deposited to secure circulation (TJ. S. bonds par
. v'e) 150,000 00 I
1'iedgcd as collateral for state or other deposits
or bills payaMr 9o,000 00 aft
Owned a-nd unpledged 10050.00 WL
War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps ac
tual!, owned 165 6, RIM
Total U. 8." Government securities 250,215 61 ! H"i
OTHER BONDS. SECURITIES, ETC.:
Bonds (other than L. S. bonds) pledged to secure a
1. S. deposits 23.000 00 W&kU
Securities, other than U S. bonds (not Including
stocks), owned and unpledged . 126,247 22
Total of bonds, securities, etc, other than U S 1 49.247 22
Stocks, other than Fedeial Reserve Bank stock 27.075. 00
Ffock Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription)". 6.00000 i
Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered 100 000 90
Furniture and fixtures ' 35 603 18 . '
Bal etJitc- owned other ih.m r,n nlln,. imrn .- '. . BBSa
T . , , r . ; " ei.ves.in ssss k ,
Lawrul reserve with Federal Reserve I.ank . -.-,;. U
Items Altb Federal Resere Bank In process of collection (not H UH
available as reserve) , -s ;,, H y
Cash In vaults and net amounts due from national banks.. 24.71 H '
St aJrie-iints due from banks, bankers, and trust coigpanlea I I I
in the United States (i. ., H
- . '.oil ) I IV. I
l-ychan,-'es for cIarlnK house i i IM
tl Ot last four .t.-ms $ 865.162.26 Rl
Checks on banks located outside of city or town f repc.ini K9L
bank and other canh Item:; II i.i (llasV.
Redemption fund with 1" S Treasurer an. I ri". freni I ' ? 1.
T-':'s,jr0r ' fftsW
Interest earned but not collected approximate on Notes and V'; -1:
Dills receivable not past due 1? a',4 67
",h(,r CLSC,,S - . ! I '
Capital stock paid In $ iso.oeooo 1
Surplus fund 50.000.00 HUB
t$djylded profits 1 1 9,0.06.49 119.005.18 Kiifl'"
interest and discount collected or credited In advance of maturity SS;" 'r- '
nnl not earned (approximate) 824 12 "tw.
j Amount reserved for ta..s accrued ; ll ) 32 i
Amount reserved f-r all Interest accrued .. 10.886 T I I
1 Irciilal :k aotes outstanding 146400.00 ZA- V
Net amounts due to national banks . .. 48,78973 WS-'''
.N.t amounts duo to Kink. bankers, and trust companies in the z.
l inteo Slates and foreign countries
Certified checks outstanding 4.87(1 00
Caahler.'a checks on own bank outstanding 3J 1.10778 tifik
'loi.il of last four items $ 420.263 62 rMsBBeP
DKMAND DEPOSITS (other than bank deposits) subject to
Ri-:r- (i i.vits payable within ao days)
Individual deposits subject to check 1,027.38.19 tiaBSBBB
Certificates of deposit due in less than 3o days i other than for -jH
money borrowed.) 92.035 SI fBSBSBBs!
ther demand deposlta 4 53a HHibI
Tola' of demand deposits (other than bank
deposits) subject to Reserve $1,1 24,4 1 6.47 f
TKIIfi DEPOSITS subject to Reserve (payable after ;' dajs
r more notice, ud postal ebtUicb)
Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) 29.765.34 RIPrJ
' 'tlic-r time depo.-it 889 901 WWfiF
Total of deposits subject to reserve $ 019.667.94 A
I Mil I) STATES DEPOSITS (other tluui ostal saving) Jm
ther I'nltrd States deposits. Including deposits of V . S dls- ' j&i
burning officers $ 1.000.00 1,000.00 L jtt
Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank 78.000.00
To'al $3,021,328.70 BMHej
Liabilities for rediscounts with Federal Reserve Bank $ 268 212 26
STATU OF CTAH. COUNTY 'F WEBER as: I
I. A. V. Mclntofh. Cashier "f tho above-named bank, do solemnly swear ' J
that the above Statement Is true to the bet of my knowledge and belief. y
A. V McIKTOSH, Cashier. Ii f
SubsTibed and sworn to before me this Sth day of July, 1020. V
(SKAIf) GILBERT PORTER, Notary Public. (Mv Commission expire-: A
L'ecember 7, 1921). -
W ARREN L, WATTIS. & . I
JOSEPH SCOWCROFT, ffrwM& '
JOHN M. BROWNING. '