E.L PASO HKllAJLD
MIST ICE DAY
The First National Bank' of El Paso, Texas
Joins today in the nation's tribute to the boys of the American Legion and to their comrades sleeping in French soil.
The glorious victory of American arms in France must be backed up by victory at home over ALL the enemies of Americanism. Every good
cibVen must Join with the boys of the American Legion in making America the greatest, the most prosDerous and the happiest country in the
world. This can only be accomplished by individual effort along the lines of clean living and right thinking.
For the guidance of the individual in his daily life, we suggest the following program:
(1) "Make a budget. (6) Own your own home eventually.
'(2) Keep an intelligent record of expendi- (?) Pay your bills prompdy
lyje (8) Invest in War Savings Stamps and
u d i a l Government securibes.
(3) nave a Dank Account. v0 o ji .l
,.i n (") oDend less than you earn.
(4) Carry life insurance. (JO) Share with others. Thrift without
(5) Make a will. : benevolence is a doubtful blessing.
The officers and employes of this bank stand ready to assist you in every legitimate way in carrying out this program.
Condensed Report of Condition ,;' November 7th, 1919
Loans and Investments ...$ 6,749,015.54
Overdrafts .... 5,253.63
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 30;000.00
Redemption Fund 35j900M
Customers' Liability Account Acceptances.'. . . . 358,1 77.35
United States Bonds and War Savings Stamps . . 1 ,81-7,457.35
Cash on Hand and Due from Banks : . . 4,049,967.64
Total .......... $13,044,871.51
- -r- OFFICERS:
JAMES G. McNARY, President
.WM. L. TOOLEY, Vice President
JOHN M. WYATT, Vice President
EDGAR V. KAYSER, Vice President
J. E. BENTON, Cashier
WEBB C. HADEN, AssistanV Cashier
P. F. KNIGHT, Assistant Cashier . ' .
Capital Stock $ 800.000.00
SurphU and Profits 246.608.68
Reserved for Taxes and Interest . . . , 40.000.00
Liability Account Acceptances 358,177.35
Bills Payable to Federal Reserve Bank 830JQ00.00
Bank , 2,509.055 78
United States 100,735.60
Total Depoiits $10,070,085.48
JOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS, Chairman
J. O. Crockett
T. B. Dale
E. W. Kayser
J. G. McNary
C. M. Newman
R. B. Orndorff
G S. Pkbell
H. B. Stevens
W. L. Tooley
Z. T. White
J. M. Wyatt
THE FIRST NA TIONAL BANK
Of El Paso, Texas.
Capital and Surplus, $000,000.00
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