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REPORT OF CONDITION OF NATIONAL AND STATE BANKS AND TRUST COS.
BEPORT OF THE CONDITION
The San Antonio National Bank
At San Antonio, in the State of Texa*. at the
Close of Business. June 23, 1909.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts $1,057,167 19
Overdrafts, secured and unse-
cured 25
U. S. bonds to secure circula-
tion 332.000 00
Other U. S. bonds to secure I’.
8. deposits 100.000 00
Other bonds to secure U. S. de
posits 260,000 00
Bonds, securities, etc 633,465 93
Banking* huuse. turnitura and
fixtures 100.000 00
Due from National banks (not
reserve agent#). 50.791 68
Due fiom St at 5 and private
banks and bankers, trust com
panies and savings banks. . . 114.878 41
Dur from approved reserve
agents 545,582 73 1
Checks and other cash items. . 5.047 95
Notes of other National banks. . 10,000 00
Fractional paper currency, nick
els and cents 931 90,
Lawful money reserve in bank.
viz :
Spec’e .$419,415 00
)<< gal tender notes. s.nnn on 1J1.445 00
Redemption fund with I'. S
treasurer (5 per cent of cit
eulation) 16.600 Ou
Total .. $3,671,231 04
LIABILI riES
Capital stock paid in . . $ 500.000 00
Surplus fund 100,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses
and tuxes paid 9.850 82
National bank notes outstand
ing 314.900 00
Due to other National banks. . 258,405 94
Due tu State and private banks
and bankers 20,236 84
Due to trust companies and sav
inrs banks 290.999 08
Diviaends unpaid 360 00
Individual deposits subject to
check 1,818.767 93
Demand certificates of deposit 2,498 28
United State> deposits 249.555 90
Deposits of U. 8. Disbursing of-
ficers . • 102,206 30
Reserved for taxes 3.509 95
Total $3,671,231 04
The State of Toxas. Count} of Bexar, sa:
I. T. D Þon. cashier* of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is '.rue to the best of my
Knowledge and belief.
T. D. ANDERSON.
Cashier.
Correct —Attest:
4 M. E. BRACKENRIDGE
* DR. FERD HERFF
E A. STRIBLING
Directors.
Subscribed, and. to before me this
24th dav of June, 1909.
C. W. FOSTER.
Notary Public.
RECAPITULATION.
Resources —.
Loans and discounts. $1,057,487 44
U. S. bonds and other bonds
to secure circulation and
and deposits 712.000 00
Other bonds, etc 633,465 93
Banking hous*. furniture and
fixtures 100.000 00 ]
Redemption fund . . 16.600 00
Available cash 1,151,677 67 1
Total $3,671,231 04
Liabilities —
Capital stock paid in $ 500,000 00
Surplus a"d undivided profits 113,360 77
Circulation 314.900 00
Deposits 2.742,970 27
Total $3,671,231 04
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
—of the—
San Antonio Loan & Trust Co.
(Chartered 1892 —Without Banking Priv
ilegepj
At the Close of Business, Wednesday. June
23. 1909.
RESOURCES
Loans ..... .$1.458,.614 83
Bonds 22.500 Ou $1,181,114 83
Accrued interest receivable.. 25.608 36
Cash onliand avid in banks . 278.787 21
Total $1,785,510 40;
LIABILITIES
Capital paid i:i $ 160.000 Ou
Undivided profits 3.093 26
Reserved for 191 U taxes.... 241 67
Reserved fur interest on trust
funds 23.049 47
1 n v • s t m ent
funds of in
d i v i d u a Is
subject t o ,
sixty days
notice $1,53u.41t •
Estates, rents,
special and
insurant'?
trust funds. 1X5.709 -o 1,659,128 00 j
T ®‘»' $1,765,510 40 I
I, William L. Herff. secretary treasurer of |
the San Antonio Loan and Trust Company, '
do hereby solemnly swear that the above
atatement is true to the best of my knowledge
and bcodtf.
WILLIAM L. HERFF,
SecrctaryTreaaurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
C4th day of June. 1909
Seal) ROLAND S. SPRING ALL,
Notary Public. Bexar County, Texas.
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FRIDAY.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
At San Antonio, in the State of Texas, a
the close of business, June 23, 1909.
RESOURCES. ‘
Loans and discounts $267,336 0
Overdrafts, secured and unite
cured 1,268 4
> U. S. bonds to secure circula-
tion 100,000 0<
1 U. S. bonds to secure U. 8 de-
posits 10,000 ft
Premiums on U. 8. bonds .... 4.138 bi
Bonds, securities, etc 54,120 0(
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures 67,000 0(
Duc from national banks (nut
reserve agents! 44,568 5(
Due from state banks and
bankers 25.087 K
Due from approved reserve
agents 62.648 43
Cheeks and other cash items.. 4.121 92
Exchanges for clearing house.. 20,524 5€
Notes of other national banks.. 9,710 OC
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents 195 SC
Lawful" money reserve in bank,
\ iz:
Specie $46,389 00
Legal tender 32,810 00 — 79,199 OC
Redemption, fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5 per cent of cir
culation) . 5,000 00
Total $754,918 78
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in $lOO,OOO 00
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid 7,715 25
National bank notes outstand-
in;, 98,900 OC
Du - tn other national banks... 8,531 69
Duc io State banks and bank-
ers 36
Duc to trust companies and
sax ing banks 2,061 97
Individual deposits subject to
cheek 390.709 96
Demand certificates of deposit. 29.724 35
Time certificates of deposit.... 7.500 00
Cashier’s checks outstanding.. 924 3$
United States deposits 10.000 00
Total $754,918 78
State of Texas. County of Bex as, ss.:
I. A. 11 Piper, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief. x
A. H. PIPER. Cashier.
Correct- Attest:
FREDERICK TERRELU
M. H. TOWNSEND.
H. W. HART,
Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
24th day of June. 1909.
R G. BARBECK.
Notary’ Public.
R EC A PITU LA TION:
Resources—
Loans and discounts $267,336 07
Overdrafts 1.268 41
U. S. bonds and premiums .... 114,138 88
Otb»r bonds and securities.... 54.120 00
Banking house 67.000 00
Total available cash 251.055 42
Total $754,918 78
Lizbilhies-
Capital stock $lOO,OOO on
Surplus and profits 67,715 25
Circulation 98.900 0(1
Deposits F 478.303 53
United States Government de-
posit 10.000 00
Total $754,918 78
BANK DEPOSITS
ON THE INCREASE
Statements Just Issued Show
Total to be Close to
$12,000,000.
Ban: staiements issued by the six ua
tion.a I banks of the city yesterday show
a decidedly healthy condition and that
there is now a heavy amount of money
in circulation in San Antonio.
An increase in deposits is shown by
four of the banks: three have a greater
amount of cash on hand; three more
show greater loans and four show on in
crease in total resources.
The following table shows the condi
tion of the national banks.
DEPOSITS
April 28 June 23
San Antonio. $ 2.795.309.78 $ 2.742,970.27
frost 3.033,749.09 3,125,738.52
City 470,820.60 488.303.53
Alamo 1,581,635.56 1.698,429.06
Commerce . . 2.204.990.16 2.293.221.58
Lockwood ... 1.419,938.88 1,111.033.05
Totals ,$11,506,444.07 $11,459,696.01
AVAILABLE CASH
San Antonio..s 1.271.201.42 $ 1.151.677.67
Frost 1.482.314.60 1,247,581.62
City 219.030.47 251.035.42
Alamo 087,385.51 849,042.21
Commerce ... 916,018.16 950,306.42
Lockwood . . . 560.670.00 430,022.23
Total# . $ 5,136,619.95 $ 4.879,685.57
LOANS AND DISCOUNTS
Sen Antonio.. $ 1,010.511.35 $ 1,057,487.44
Frost 2.248,514.72 2,585,864.36
City 286,925.67 267,336.07
Alamo 1,379,077.28 1.340,595.72
Commerce . . 1 846.775.98 1,918.989.11
SAN ANTONIO LIGHT AND GAZETTE
REPORT OF THE OF
THE FROST NATIONAL BANK.
At San Antonio, in the State of i’exui, al
( the close of business, June 23, 1909.
RESOURCES.
Ix>ans and discounts $2,562,363 42
Overdrafts, secured and un-
secured 23,300.91
U. 8. bonds to secure circu
lation 500,000 CO j
U. S. bonds to secure U. 8.
deposits 10,000 00
Bonds, securities, etc 8.200 CO
Banking house, furniture and
I fixtures 1.060 <‘v
Due from national banks
(not reserve agents) 134,119 53
Due from state banks and
bankers 75,755 <8
< Due from approved reserve
' agents 420,783 781
Checks and other cash
I items 19.155 90,
'Exchange's for clearing
house 16,622 58 ,
Notes of other national
banks 57,929 90 ;
fractional paper currency,
■ nickels and cents 3,398 35
Lawful money reserve in
: banks, vjz.
• Specie $404,616 70
legs I tender
notes 00— 494.616 *lO
I Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5 per cent of
circulation) 25,4)00 00 1
i Total $4,352,645 93
LIABILITIES.
Capita! stuck paid in $ 500,000 00
Surplus fund ...A 150,000 00
Undivided profits, less ex-
penses and taxes i>aid .... 82,207 46 ,
National bank notes out-
standing 494.700 00
1 Due to other national
banks 464,777 22 ।
Due to State banks and
bankers 97,705 58
Individual deposits subject
to check 2,523,580 99 ■
Time certificates uf deposit.. 3.000 00
Certified checks 4,250 001
Cashier’s cheeks outstand
ing 22,424 73
United States deposits ...... 10,000 00
j Total $1,352,645 98
State of Texas, County of Bexar, ss:
, 1. Ned Mcllhenny. cashier of the
I above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
T. C FROST, President.
Correct—Attest:
J. T. WOODHULL.
JOHN FROST.
MRS. JOSEPHINE H. FROST,
Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me |
this 24th day of June. 1909.
(Seal) GEO. J. PANCOAST. I
Notary Public.
RECAPITULATION.
Rrsounes—
Loans and discounts $2,585,864
j f. S. bonds at par 510.000 00
-Jtbor bonds and stocks .... 8.200 00
furniture and fixtures 1,000 00
Cash 1.247.581 62
Total $4,352,645 98
Liabilities—
Capital stoeK paid in $ 500,000 00 j
Surplus and profits 232.207 16
Circulation 494.700 00
Deposits f 3.125,738 52
Total $4,352,645 981
I Lockwood ... 1.104.699.67 947.736.57
Totals $ 7,871,504.67 $ 8,118,009.27
TOTAL RESOURCES
San Antonio..s 3.731.778.40 $ 3,671,231.04
i Frost 4.245,029.41 4,352,648.98
City 748,714.23 754,918.78
Alamo 2,745,562.60 2,868,734.74
Commerce . 3,063.794.14 3,170,395.53
Lockwood ... 1.822,442.73 1,530,572.91
Totals 816,377,321.50 $16,348,401.98
An excellent showing is made in its
report by the West Texas Bank and
Trust company, the total individual de
posits being given at $273,484.65. The
loans and discounts amount to $211,-
162.82 and cash and exchange $237,-
123.20.
If Tired, Restless, Nervous.
Take Horsford’s Acid Phosphate
It quiets and strengthens the nerves
and brain, and induces refreshing sleep.
AMERICANS ARE
PRESENTED AT COURT
Associated Press.
London. June 25.—An extra court,
necessitated by the large number of
presentations arranged for the season,
was held yesterday at Buckingham pal
■ ace. Ambassador and Mrs. Reid at
j tended the court. Mrs. Reid presented
the Americans, who included Mrs.
Thomas Nelson Page of Washington.
Miss Endora Gliver, daughter of Rear
Admiral Richardson Gliver; Miss An-
I gelico Brown of New York and Miss
O. Wiborg of Cincinnati
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is sold
j on a guarantee that if you are not sat-
I isfied after using two-thirds of a bot
tie according to directions, your money
will be refunded. It is up to you to
[ try. Sold by all druggists.
AN ORDINANCE
i Amending Section 1 of “An Ordinance
prohibiting the erection or establish
ment of any laundry within the innei
I fire limits until permission from th<
j f ity Council shall have been first ob
tained, and providing a penalty foi
the violation thereof,” passed and
approved on the 7th day of June, A
D. 1909.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY
| COUNCIL OC THE CITY (TH SAN
| ANTONIO:
That Section 1 of an ordinance enti
| tied “An Ordinance prohibiting the
| erection or establishment of any laundry
within the inner fire limits until per
mission from the City Council shal
i have been first obtained, and providing
| a penalty for the violation thereof,’
■ passed and approved on the 7th day
of June, A. D.. 1909, be and th" saint
I is hereby amended so as to hetcaftei
read as follows, towit:
“Section 1. That hereafter no laun
| dry shall be erected or established with
in the corporate limits of the City o:
; San Antonio until application shall havt
I been first made in writing and permis
I sion obtained from the City Council
permitting the erection and mainte
| nance thereof.”
Passed and approved this 21st day o
jJune. A. D. 1909.
(Signed) BRYAN CALLAGHAN,
Attest: Mayor
FRED FRIES, City Clerk.,
REPORT, OF THE CONDITION
THE ALAMO NATIONAL BANK
At San Antonio, in th* State of Texas, at the
Cloae of Business, June 23, 1909.
RESOURI I 8
Loans and discifiints $1,329,816 59
Overdrafts, secured and hnsc •.
cured t 10J79 13
j U. S. bonds to secure circula
tion 500,000 00
Premiums on U. S. bonds 14,000*00
Bonds, securities, etc 11,269 81
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures * . 153,000 00
(Other real estate owned 830 00
Due from National banka (not »
serve agents) 75,455 90
Dur from Stat- and private
banks and banker*, trust com
panies and savings banks. . . 32,312 75
Due from approved reserve
agents 390,721 38
Exchanges clearing house.. 58,162 66
Notes of other National banks. . 30,570 00
| Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents 312 42
Lawful money reserve in bank,
viz:
Specie $211,062 10
Legal tender notes. 21.000 no 235,062 10
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5 per cent of cir
culation) 25.000 00
Due from U. 8. Treasurer 1.145’ 00
Total > $2,868,737 71
. LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in $ 500,000 CO
Surplus fund 100,000 O 0
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid 45,858 68
National bank notes outstand
ing 499.450 00
Due to other National banks. . . 336,767 03
Dur to State and private banks
and bankers 196,480 24
Dividend No. 36, pavable July
1. 1909 25,000 00
Individual deposits subject to
check 1,120,245 46
Demand certificates of deposit. 38.658 80
Certified checks 1,000 00
Cashier’s checks outstanding. . 10.277 53
Total $2,868,737- 74
State of Texas. County of Bexar, ss:
J, Otto Meersrheidt, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
OTTO MEERSUHEIDT,
Cashier.
Correct—Attest:
• JOSEPH COURAND
ERNEST STEVES
G. A. C HALFF
Directors.
Subscribed and sworn tG before me this
24th day of June. 1909.
(Seal) EUGENE 11. PRESCOTT.
• Notary Public.
RECAPITULATION.
Resources—
Loans and discounts $1,240,595 72
United States bonds 500,000 00
Premiums on I . 8. bonds .. 14.000 00
Bonds, securities, etc 11,269 81
Bank building, furniture and
fixtures 153,000 00
Other real estate 830 00
Cash in vault and due from
other banks 849,042 21
Total $2,868,737 74
Liabilities—
’Capital stork paid in $ 5007000 00
Surplus and undivided profits 170,858 68
Circulation 499,450 00
Deposits subject to check. . . 1,698,429 06
I Total $2,868,737 74
WOMEN FIGHT FOR CHILD
IN POLICE COURT ROOM

An altercation between two women |
j for the possession of a 6 year-old child I
took place directly in front of Judge
Buckley's stand in the police courtroom
this morning while court was in session i
and but for the timely interference by
Chief Yan Riper and Officer Quintana,
the mix-up would have' doubtless re
sulted seriously.
It was while the case of Elvida
Flores Trevino, charged with having
! used ausive language towards Refugia j
> Flores de Garcia, was being tried that ;
| the two women came together in al
clinch, after the defendant had at
tempted to take, the child away from
the other. No fine was imposed in the
case, which was dismissed and the wom-
I en instructed by the court that a habeas I
Im?
■ June Sale of ■
Pi fl n
Suits
■ ggj Millinery ■
This One-third Off Sale is the greatest
event of the year in this store. You can- O
not afford to pass it by. You’ll need new fW
■g clothes for the Fourth or on your vacation. B
H Bu y now and save money. l||
In Men s Clothing also, there are special R|
offerings this week. |5
I M enter & O oM I
I I
fl 225 EAST HOUSTON STREET ■
Store Open Monday Evenings
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
—of the—
National Bank of Commerce
। At San Antonio, in the State of Texas, at the
Close of Business, June 23, 1909.
RESOURCES.
। Loans and discount* $1,807,268 66
Overdrafts, secured and unse-
curM 7. Z.. 10,720 45
U. 8. bouds to secure oircuia-
♦aon ; 300,000 00
1 bonds, securities, etc 101,000 00
' Banking house, furniture and
fixtures 1,000 00
Due from National banks (not
reserve agents) 200,724 18
Due from State and private i
banks and bankers, trust \
companies and savings banks 31,905 51
Due from approved reserve v
agents K 397,957173
Checks and other cash items.. . 3.312 86
Exchanges Jor clearing house. . 3,876 46
Notes of other National banks 22,245 00
Fractional paper currency, nick-
els and cents 1,938 28
Lawful money reserve in bank,
vit:
Specie $155,381 40
Legal-tender notes. 117,965 00 273,346 40
Redemption mnd with IT. 8.
treasurer (5 per cent of cir
culation) 15,000 00
Total $3,170,295 53
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in $ 300,000 00
Surplus fund 250,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid * 27,073 95
National bank notes outstand-
ing 300,000 00
Due to other National banks... 264,308 18
Due to State and private banks
and bankers 182,349 60
Due to trust companies and sav
ings banks 228,546 01
Individual deposits subject to
cheek 1,452,440 09
Demand certificates of deposit. , 95,000 00
Time certificates of d-eposit... 126,574 17
Certified checks 8,608 09
Cashier’s checks outstanding.. 10,400 14
Totd! ". $3,170,295 53
State of Texas, County of Bexar, ss:
I, A. L. C. Magruder, cashier of the above
named bans, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
A. L. C. MAGRUDER.
Cashier.
Correct—Attest:
J. P. BARCLAY
GEORGE R STUMBERG
K. L. BALL
Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me thia
24th day of June. 1909.
(Seal) D. C. SMITH,
Notary Public.
RECAPITULATION.
Resources —-
Loans and discounts $1,918,989 11
Furniture and fixtures 1,000 00
U. S. Bonds, par value 300,000 00
Cash and exchange 950,306 42
Total $3,170,295 53
Liabilities —
Capital stock $ 300,000 00
Surplus 250,000 00
Undivided profits 27,073 95
Circulation 300,000 00
Deposits 2,293,221 58
Total $3,170,295 53
| corpus hearing in the district court |
was the proper means to settle the dis- i
pute as to the possession of the child.
The affidavit against the Trevino'
j woman was filed last evening before
Clerk Braden by Refugia Garcia. Mrs.
Garcia in court this morning testified
that the defendant came to her home
on Concepcion avenue yesterday and
“after having used abusive language |
towards her, flourished a dagger.
1 threatening to do her bodily harm and I
also claiming that she had been sent to
kill her (Refugia Garcia) by order of
the judge. She claimed that she was
forced to flee for her life.”
The defendant denied the testimony
offered by the other, adding that she
| had gone to the bouse to get her child
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
—of the— x
The Lockwood National Bank
At San Antonio, in the State of Texas at the
Close of Business, June 23, 1909.
N RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts <....$ 916,792 69
Overdrafts, secured and unse-
cured 30,943 88
U 8. bonds to secure circuit- •
tion 65,000 00
Other bonds to secure U. S. de
posits 12,000 00
L’ S. bonds on hand 1,740 00
Premiums on U. S. bonds 1,833 06
Bonds, securities, etc 10,500 00
Furniture and fixtures 741 05
Other real estate owned 61,000 00
Duo from National banks (ncA
reserve agents) 99,514 53
Due from State and private
banks and bankers, trust com
panies and savings banks. . . 47,214 39
i Duc from Approved reserve
1 j 73,412 28
Checks and other cash items. .. 13,127 14
Exchanges for clearing house.. 10,687 23
Notes of other National hanks.. 19.901 00
Fractional paper currency, nick
els and cents 286 41
( Lawful money reserve in bank
viz:
J Specie $ 47.629 75
Legal-tender notest 115,000 00 162,629 25
Redemption fund with U. 8.
Treasurer (5 per cent of
circulation) 3,250 00
Total $1,530,572 91
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in $200,000 00
Surplus fund 100,000 00
Undivided profits, lese ex
penses and taxes paid 55,139 86
National bank notes outstanding 64,000 00
Due to other National banks. . . 60,035 88
Due to State and private banks
and bankers 112,267 98
Dividends unpaid 292 00
Individual deposit* subject to
I check 669,249 90
' Demand certificates of deposit. 300 41
. Time certificates of deposit.... 255,843 24
I Certified checks 2,750 00
Cashier's checks outstanding. . • 313 64
(United States deposits 10,000 00
I Total $1,530,57? 91
State of County of Bexar, ss:
I, J. Muir Jr., cashier*of the above named
hank, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of my knowledge
and belief.
J. MUIR Jr., Cashier.
Correct —Attest:
E. F. GADDIS.
JOHN A. FRASER,
C. W. OGDEN,
Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
' 24th day of June, 1909.
E. W. RICHARDSON.
Notary
RECAPITULATION.
Resources— •
Loans and discounts $ 947.736 57
| United States bonds 68.573 06
Other bonds and securities. . 22,500 00
Real estate and furniture. . . 61,741 05
Cash on hand and in banks. . 430.022 23
Total $1,530,572 91
Liabilities —
Capital stock .$ 200,000 00
Surplus and undivided profits 155,139 86
I National bank notes out-
standing 64,400 00
Deposits 1,111,033.05
T0ta1........ .$1,530,573 91
.and that she would get it. The other
। claimed that the child had been given
to her and that she had the adoption
( papers to show her right to the child.
If you are not satisfied after using
according to directions two-thirds of
a bottle of Chamberlain's Stomach and
i Liver Tablets, yon can have your
| money back. The tablets eleanae and
invigorate the stomach, improve the
digestion, regulate the bowels. Give
them a trial amd get well. Sold by all
druggists. ' . . , . . .
We make a specialty of boarding
horses. Large stalls, clay floors, Garden
I Stables. Open day and night. Phone 212.
I have searched in vain for Cof
fee equal to “Holland’s Blead,” It
is King of Coffeea (Invictia) 3 Iba
for $l.OO.
The Triumph in also a great favor
ite, 25c per
HOLLAND
The Tea Man
229 Went Commerce St.
HOTEL
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New York
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RATES < ,
Single Roome $2 00 a day; with bath $2.50.
Parlor, Bed Room and Bath $) to $5 a day.
Larger Sultea from $lO.OO to $25.00 a day.
For either one or two persona.
eMaid, and Valeta, Room, $l.OO per day.
The aaclaaivaaaw of a hose with al the
advaataea* of a faahinMbla hotel.
Lent Dlitanee Telephoae la all raoaa.
HOTEL FLANDERS. 1
133-137 West 47th St.,
N. Y. CITY,
200 feet east of Broadway.
A modern fireproof hotel, in
the heart of the theater, club
and hotel district; convenient to
all car lines. An exceptional or
chestra. Very moderate rates,
Booklet on request.
T. M. Carrol, Mgr.
H. R. Shares, Prep.
a JUNE IOOQ.
OHicial Statement of the Financial Conditioi
| of the
West Texas Bank & Trust Co.
At San Antonio, State of Texas, at the
' of buainaas on the 23d day of June,
j A. D., 1909, published in the Light and Ga
zette, a newspaper printed and published al
; San Antonio, State of Texas, on the 25th day
( of June, 1909.
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts, personal
I or collateral $ 131.028 75
Loans, real estate »78,406 18
Overdrafts 1,702 79
Bonds and 3,060 00
Other real estate 35 iq
i Furniture and fixtures 3,040 VO
Due from approved
reserve agents... $146,589 66
Due fiom other
banks and bank
• ers, subject to
rherk 51.558 11 198,147 77
Cash items 1,253 56
Currency 28,670 00
Specie 9,051 8J 38.975 43
Total ..,.$ 454,386 92
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in...... .. .$ 100,000 00
Undivided profits.... 2,091 76
Due to hanks and bankers, sub
j ject to check 72,392 07
1 Individual deposits subject to
cheel \ . .. K 273,484 65
Time certificates of deposit.... 6,076 59
Cashier’s checks 341 85
Total .$ 454,386 92
State of Texas. County of Bexar, sa:
We. J. H. Savage, as vice president, ’ and
Leon N. Walthall, as cashier of said bank,
each of us. do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of our knowledge
and belief.
J. H. SAVAGE,
Vice President.
LEON N. WALTHALL.
Cashier.
Sworn and subscribed to before me this
24th day of June, A. D. 1909. Witness my
hand and notarial seal on the date last afore
said.
(Seal) ALEX P. VILLARET,
• Notary Public.
RECAPITULATION
Resources—
Loans and discounts $ 211,162 82
Bonds and stocks 3.060 00
Furniture and fixtures 3,040 90
Cash and exchange 237,123 20
Total $ 454,386 92
Liabilities —
Capital stock $ 100,000 00
Undivided profits, net 2,091 76
Deposits 852,295 16
Total $ 454,386 95
68% per cent reserve.
Deposits May 8, 1909, $293,635 52. /
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of Ite Sin (210 rooms) In AaioHee
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Commercial Men.
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Managing Dlractore.
THE MENGER
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Caters to the very best elaas of
Tourist and Commercial Trade.
Ijrge. airy sample rooms, single
and en suite, with private bath for
commercial men.
The high standard and excellency
of our table and service will be
maintained
WM. C. BRUCE,
Manager.
hotll losoya
EUROPEAN.
EVERYTHING NEW.
tn same block as Business Men’s club
56 rooms, single or en suite. 33 rooms
with bath. Hot and cold water in
every room, steam heat, elevator and
bell service. Rates $l.OO to ss.so per
day. Special rates by week or month.
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