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Report of the condition of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at Colville, in the state of Washington, at the close of business December 3, 1907
RESOURCES Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz:
Loans and Discounts $119,850.70 ? peci, e^-•■•.-• ■;•;••; * 12'2?!M2
n , j j j nee to Legal-Tender Notes.... 7,750.00 19,979.70
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.... 956.58 Redemption fund with U. S. Treas.(s%
U.S. Bonds to secure circulation 12,500.00 of circulation) 625.00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds 496.09 Total 237,107.21
Bonds, Securities, etc 18,864.28 LIABILITIES
Banking House furniture and fixtures 15,186.05 Capital stock paid in $ 50,000.00
_ . xr it,,/, burplusfund 5,000.00
Due from National Banks (not reserve Undivided Profits, less expenses, taxes 1,336.11
agents) 17,828.71 National Bank notes outstanding 12,500,00
Due from State Banks and Bankers.. 4,604.20 Due to State Banks and Bankers 213.87
Due from approved reserve agents 24,586.32 Individual deposits subject to check... 129,971.55
Checks and other cash items 834.73 Demand certificates of deposit 6,396.32
Notes of other National Banks 720.00 Time certificates of deposit 31,489.36
Fractional paper currency, nickels Certified checks 200.00
and cents 74.85 Total 237,107.21
State of Washington, County of Stevens, ss:
I, Hugh Waddell, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
...... Hugh Waddell, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this sth day of December, 1907.
F. Leo Grinstead, Notary Public.
Correct—Attest: Geo. W. Seal, J. H. Young, F. J. Davies, Directors.
The Great Benefactors
of the Public
We Do Not Conduct a Meat Combine
Our Motto Is "Live and Let Live"
We have determined to continue the good pol
icy of selling to our customers at prices that
are within the reach of the poor as well as
the rich, and giving the very best cuts of
rmeat for the least money.
Loin and T Bone Steaks 9c per lb.
Round Steaks 7c " "
Beef Roast 6c " "
Prime Ribs 7c " "
Boiling Meat 4c " "
Oppenheimer & Kieling
Patrons from outside towns requested to send
money with order.
T. Winter, President C. W. Winter, Cashier T. A. Winter, Ass't Cashier
of the Condition of DclXlK O^ V^OlVlllC Business Dec °3, "07
ft I Z^-s 1 „, ft
Loans and Discounts $243,643.26 Capital $ 100.000.00
1® Warrants and Other Securities 37,183.05 Undivided Profits 24,589.62 $124,589.62 . Q)
Wp " Bank Building and Other Real Estate 13,570.13 Time Deposits Subject"
Cash in Safe $47,596.73 to Notice on Which
Due From Banks .107,742.95 Interest is paid 104,617.92
Total Cash Reserve J55.339.68 Demand Deposits 220,528.58 325,146.50
$449,736.12 $ 449,736.12
The Town Elections in Stevens
Tuesday was election day in Stevens county's
towns. Results are as follows: Colville—Coun
cilmen for two years, F. L. Torrey, George Sten
ger and W. F. Diffenbacher; councilman for one
year, F. A. Savage; Treasurer, P. R. Parks. It
was voted to raise the town from a fourth-class
to a third-class town.
Northport—Mayor, Charles Adam; clerk, Frank
Robinson; city attorney, J. C. Harkness; treasurer,
F. G. Slocum; councilmen, G. A. Almstrom, Geo.
W. Foster, Charles C. Gelschlager, A. L. Jenneck,
F. H. White and Leon Ginnetti.
Chewelah—Mayor, W. H. Brownlow; treasurer,
Joseph F. Lavigne; councilmen for two years, Al
bert Welch and Fred Kieling.
Newport—Mayor, Ed S. Appel; counclimen for
two years, Frank Bennett and George Hynes;
councilman for one year, Charles Stadelman;
treasurer, Fred Phillips.
Springdale—Mayor, Jacob Keller; councilmen
for two years, Laban Holland and K. G. Huseby;
councilmen for one year, H. R. Dolly, W. F. Fait
and J. W. Harshman; treasurer, J. G. Cline.
Kettle Falls—Councilmen, Herman Keyser, Gust
Weiglt, E. H. Vaughn, H. W. Sparks ;ltreasurer,
Dr. W. G. Parker.