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HOPKINS VILLE KENTUCKIAN MAY 11
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
FIR1ST NATIONAL BANK
At HopkinM,ja The State of Kentucky, at Tho Close of Business on May 1st, 1910., '
K,3UUKUlib . .A h
l Loans and discounts (except those shown onjb),.; l.U... ,. $383,835.03
Totaltoans . .' '.J :
2. 'Overdrafts, secured, None; unsecured, $881.31 .:...)..:
3. 5U. S. BONDS
a U. S. Bonds deposited to sqcure circulation (par value) ; t- 75,000.1)0
b U. S. Bonds pledged to secure U. S. deposits (par value) : , l;0OO.OO .'
Total U. S. bonds :..
4. BONDS, SECURITIES, ETC.; .
o Rnnnrlf lo fthnr than Tf ImnrJa (nft fnnlilrilncr otnMfa nwnnrl nnntoHrrarl 11 RflfV'nft
Total bonds, securities, ptc
tl 5. a Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve Bank $6,600.00
Jf b Less amount unpaid 3,300.00 3,300.00
If 7. a Value of banking house (if unencumbered) '. 25,500.00
b Equity in banking house t " i
8.. Furniture.and fixtures..... .. ..."
9. Real estate owned 5ther than banking house " r
10. Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank , , l.h .... .
11. a Net amount due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chicago and
St. Louis ; ..,..w........ 7,415.49'"
b Net amount due from approved reserve ngents'in other reserve cities-.. ....... 27,611.49
12. Net amount due from banki and bankers (other than included.in. 10 or ll)
14. Other checks on banks in the same city or town as reporting. bank
15. a Outside checks and other cash items '. 460.1?.
b Fractional currency, nickels and cents 332.85
16. Notes of other national banks ;
17. Federal Reserve bank note? ,.."'
19., Coin and certificates , ,
20. Legal. tender notes..... V. . v' !
21. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer.... '.. ;V , ',
Safely Undergoes Caesarian
' V Operation For Fourth
Hartford, Conn., May 10. For the
fourth time within seven years Mrs.
Anna Peters, No. 124 Canton street,
this city, Tuesday successfully under
went tho Caesarian section operation
and neither the mother nor her baby
will show ill effects from the opera
tion which was performed at the
Hartford Hospital by Dr. T. Weston
Mrs. I'eter s first Caesarian onora-
was performed at Boston hospit
al in 1909, and although she rccoV'
ercd, her child died. Tho other
operations have been performed by
Dr. Chester at the Hartford Hospital
and her two boys and girl are alive
The operations were necessitated
by a deformity of the pelvic bone,
and eacli incision into Mrs. Peters's
abdomen had been made in a differ-
25. Capital stock paid in , ....... .$ 75,000:01)
26. Surplus fund '. .... 35.(100 00
27. Undivided profits , : ........... -. $12,-42q.ge
a Reserved for taxes I,194i00 . 13,623.06
c Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid ,'. 6,921.97
2B. Circulating notes outstanding . w.,..".
31. Net Amount Due to banks and bankers (others than inc'uded in 23 or 29).. v... f
32, Dividends unpaid .'. J , '
DEMAND DEPOSITS: .
33. Individual deposits subject to check .
34. Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days ;
or - J .
w ,03. ueruueu viiccivb
1 V 11. Lyaanicr a cuccKa uuuiiuiiuiiik
'37. United States deposits 1.
TIME DEPOSITS (payable after 30 days, or subject to 30 day or more notice):
41. Certificates of deposit '
Total , : s ,...5600.981.48
State of Kentucky. County of CimisTiAN, ss:1
I, Bailey Russell, Cashier of the above-haniad bank", do 'solemnly swear that'the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief. - BAILEY RUSSELL,' Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to bsfore me this 9th
day of May, 1916.
R. U. GAINES.
Notary Public. Christian County, Ky.
My commission expires January 20, 1918.
GEO. C. LONG,
SAM FRANK EL.
ED. L. WEATHERS,
SPECIAL REDUCTIONS IN
Our stock is limited and the price reductions
we have made will insure the sale of
every suit and coat we have
Checks, Serges, Poplins and Gabardines
Represented in our suit offerings.
Black Taffeta and Fancy Plaids
In Our Coat Offerings.
Be First and Get Your Choice.
BARNES & METCALFE,
T. M. JONES BUILDING,
Mrs. Vest Felt Like Crying.
Lawrenc Kas. Mr. J. F. Stonp,
of this city, says, "M wife suffered
for ten years from womanly trou
bles, during two years of which she
was totally helpless. She was ex
amined by many physicians, some of
whom gave her up to die. Finally
bhe began to take Cardui. and since
then has greatly improved in health,
The tinic. strengthening?, and re
storative effects of Cardui, the wo
mm. s oiiic, on the womanly const',
tuiio.i aie the most valuable quail
ties i f i hi- popular medicine. Cat
uui nuts specifically on the womanlv
constitu'ion Half a century of sue
cess proves that Cardui will do all
that is claimed fur it. Try it for your
1.1 ujuic. nuvci uscuicill.
T)ie detailed report of last Satur
day!s wool sale by members of
Church Hill and Wheatland Granges
Holjand Gamott -..13G
Mrs. J. F. Gamett.. 59
F. M.Dulin 119
G. W. Hardy 86
Linwood Hardy 215
J. M. Adams 102
J. M. Adams 102
J. II. Adams & Bro ...248
C. H. Cayce 114
F. C. Clardy. ; 91
W. S.Pierce 123
J. E. Gossett 329
J. T. Rector 76
C. L. Pierce 47
Frank Caudle 77
Otis Rhea 99
J. B. Harned :.. 90
F. P. Stowe 94
T. C. Jones 188
M. F. Winfrcc...' 152
Mrs. Edna H. Cayce 114
H. I. Minty 90
F. J. Binns 90
R. H. McGaughey 161
C. H. Stowe 88
Jack Nance 94
W. T. Fowler 455
Howard Brame 132
Livery and Board Stable
Phone 32. Virginia Street. Between 7th and 8th.
let Ds Do Your Job Printing
Mr. Buzzer "Are you fond of
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60 fond of 'cm that I named my young
est daughter Cora."
(Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Advice to Motor-Car Owners.
Remember that a squeak from the
car means oil needed.
Never take your car out until you
arc sure it is properly lubricated.
Be sure your brakes are released
before attempting to move car,
When you undertake to make any
adjustments on your car, remember
the advice of Davy Crockett! "Bo
sure you are right, then go ahead."
. Never fold the top back when it is
.wet, as this will cause tho top to
. Don't let your engine labor going
up a steep hill drop back in a lower
gear if necessary. ,
Test your batteries every two
weeks with hydrometer and in that
way make suro that battery is proper
Examine battery every two weeks
to seo that plates are covered with
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Everything You Wear.
Everything Ready Made
KENTUCKIAN, TrMYeekly, one year
Daily Evening Post, . . one year
Home and Farm ... one year
Kentucky Governors Wall Map, de
livered charges prepaid,
All For Only
The Wall Map is the only complete
collection of portraits of the Gov
ernors of the State of Kentucky, in
cluding term of office and date of
birth and death under each Gover
nor's portrait, from Isaac Shelby to
A. Owsley Stanley.
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KENTUCKIAN, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Capital Stock - - $ 60,000.00
Surplus drSro.frhich - 100,000.00
Deposits - - Over one-half Million
Dividends for past 3 years 15
Thejcontinued successful career of this Bank com
mends itself to the Public as
A SAFE DEPOSITORY.
Corn Feed For Young Hogs
Write the Experiment Station a1
Lexington for advice. In the mean
time save money by Feeding
The Acme Mills
AicClaid & Armstrong
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS
CUT STONE OP ALL KINDS
Marblo Yards and Office N. Main Sreet, Betwecnjlst and 2nd; Sts.
Cumb. Telephone '490.
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