TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1018.
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The American National Bank
The Citizens State Bank
SITH the beginning of business yesterday, clients found two strong financial institutions merged into
WAlfi one, the Citizens State Bank having consolidated with the American National Bank. The joined
banking facilities of each bank awaits all their old patrons and the general public at the Citizens
State Bank rn the Daniel building, Third and Boston streets.
Patrons and the public will find an intense satisfaction in the consolidation of these two banks from
the standpoint of effective service and general banking efficiency. Most of the officials and employes of
each bank will be found in the combined institution, and the faces that any patron will see will not be new
Service to the banking public, ramifying to the utmost minute detail of the banking business, will be
the rule that will make all customers take pride in the one bank built out of these two strong ones.
By F. B. Joneo, President of The American National Bank
To the Tulsa Public: I wish to say that the consolidation of the
Citizens State Bank and the American National Bank is truly a consoli
dation in every particular. Combined in the American National Bank
today are all of the resources ofboth institutions.
Shorter and shorter has grown the man power in America, and
it is still growing shorter.' At no place has this shortage been felt bo
keenly as here in Tulsa, where the rush of work has been terrific in
practically all lines. By consolidating these banks, we have increased
the banking facilities in all ways which formerly were characteristic
of each bank, and at the same time we have mutually combined to
guard against any future shortage in help.
'The splendid service which has been given by . the American
National Bank now has added to it the service given by the Citizens
State Bank. It makes us bigger and better in all ways and placs the
business facilities of two institutions under one management.
The Citizens State Bank was a young, but a vigorous and hearty
could be proud, and a clientele which the consolidated institutions will
financial concern. Its management had built up a clientele of which it
take the keenest pleasure and genuine satisfaction in extending the
augmented service record.
Betterment to our patrons and to ourselves will result from this
mutual merger, and each and every patron of either bank and the
general banking public will find the fullest co-operation and courteous
treatment awaiting them as in the past, at the American National Bank.
F. B. JONES, President.
By James1 Bowen, President of The Citizens State Bank
The Citizens State Bank was a Tulsa financial institution
but a feW months old, but in its short career it had demonstrated
an activity and growth in banking circles that was fast making it
a big factor in the development of Tulsa. There was a personal
touch and a hearty interest shown between the bank officials and
its patrons that made for the success which the young bank met
In the passng of the Ciitizens State Bank, whatever of sentiment
may have entered the souls of its officials is over-buoyed In the
realization that this change was made from the standpoint of service
and Bervice is the most commanding thing in the world of today.
Combined, we are in shape to render a service to patrons and extend
greater possibilities than in single action.
We know' that the combination will lend a benefit to the
patrons of both the former banks by reason of the aggregate resources,
bothin money, in man-power, and in the efficiency of the business
management while the courtesy and everyday personal attention of
both will remain at their same high standard as in the past.
Today each patron of the American National Bank may still
transact business with the men he knows and in his "own bank,"
just as truly as before. From this time forward you will find us
at the former Citizens State Bank, where we will be glad to extend
to you the fullest service-plus resulting from this consolidation.
JAMES BOWEN, President
Statement of the Condition of The American National Bank, of Tulsa,
Oklahoma at the Close of Business May 27, 1918
Loans and discounts .$1 59 282 26
Overdrafts , 7,010.45
Bonds, securities, etc 222,236.85
Federal reserve stock ... .. 4J500JbO
Furniture and fixtures 15,000.00
Cash and exchange . .., 1,12935.00
Capital stock 100,000.00
Surplus and profits 110,135.48
Deposits .... 270,792.74
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Third and Boston
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