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Si IS g iiiL3!S!iJ!5S N. Bernstein, who Is well-known as the proprietor of a news stand at In tendencia and Palafox streets, has bought tha "Ship Ahoy Girls" show from XX Shears and after a week's lay-over q send the show on the . road."" NEWS BRIEFS. ILocaJ Chairman Hervey, of the Sal vation Army campaign, announced yesterday that a colored section will be built in the proposed Salvation Army home. James Bazzell, of 832 "West Garden street, has returned from overseas ser vice. He entered Germany with the army of occupation. Pastors of the Methodist churches of the city will report today on the suc cess of the centenary drive. Judsre Moreno Jones sentenced T G. Emeraon in the court of record Satur day, to two years in the county JaiL Emerson was convicted early in the week on two counts for passing worth less checks. 113 has already been as signed to the road grang and- will help improve Escambia county's roads. The other cases called during the day in this court were settled among the par ties involved. The fir department was called out at 8:30 Friday night to. a small blaze at'll W. Zawfiossa, a building con trolled by the Watson Agency and oc cupied by Mrs. Kelson.; The .only, damage was to the curtains. Harry Thompson yesterday took charge of the office of county solici tor to which he had - been appointed by the governor Friday. . ; Henry J. Maekey, superceded solicitor, demand ed and was shown the credentials - of the new appointee, after which, he sur-" rendered , the office. - - MINISTER FROM MEXICO MAY BE PEACE PROMOTER Washington, May 24. Ambassador Bonillas, of Mexico, who will 'leave early next, week for Mexico Cityr to attend to some personal matters and ffr a conference with President : Car ranza, said today he would do all in his power to clear away misunder-, standings and establish . more cordial relations - between the United States and Mexico. It is believed ' in offi cial quarters that Carranzas opposi tion to the Monroe rtoctrine, oil ques tion' and-.VHla revolution among: th subjects to be discussed. '- . NOTICE. .' : I wish to announce that I have opened up in the old stand formerly of Mr. KobeL and, hop to favor all old cus tomers as well as new ones. Herman I. Pane, nhone 1338: 108 North Alcanls street. - , . - ' w Friends of Mrs. I. G. Cox will be pleased to learn that she is rapidly improving after . having undergone a recent operation at the Pensaqola hos pital.' ' - - '; . Gom L 3 Opora 'V:E3EIffllilnD'TrDflIEC2pjT- Presented By. HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC CLASS High School Auditorium Monday and Tuesday, May 26-27 8P.M. 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Cornell-'Wood-Board comes in such convenient sixes that ft is easily and quickly nailed rioht on over the old walk or direct to the framework. You can do the work yourself, if you choose. Full directions for applying are included with every bundle. . This ideal interior finishing material will not warp, crack, buckle or chip. It resists heat, cold and sound and retards fire. Especially adapted for the walls and ceilings of residences, garagest stores, zazm suuuui9 wcsuig uivuss, ciu Complete panel suggestions and cost estimates flemished Free. Call and ash us to show you hcra CorneU'Wood-Board will save you time and labor in making your interior alterations or repairs, CARY&CO. 1Q S. Palafax, Phones 6, 93, 199, 131 Eay to Put Up Last o lifetime Css5" : rir L i I MX lYBIfc I a... JL .1 J . rLJ i -iwiiriiirniiifiVTFiii-ii mr"- -p....r-.- -ti-. .. .1 mnmi m. .vrf.-...m , ,. .1 . 1 . c LEE DANIEL Am ready and willing to help any honest man who wants to help himself. Lee Daniel. ' , J THE EMPIRE WAY takes out all dust and dirt and-makes your clothes last' much longer. CLEANERS PRESSERS DYERS Phone 322 Shd let the EMPIRE . man call today. "Where Linen Lasts" - FACTORY PRICES WEST FLORIDA GROCERY CO. PAUL'S PURE FRUIT JAMS J Raspberry, Blackberry, and Loganberry 1-lb. Jars 50c One order means two Hoyt Bros. & Co. ,. Phone .812 , NO. 9007 REPORT OF. CONDITION OF THE CITIZENS & PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK AT PENSACOLA. IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AT THE CLOSE OF MAY 12th, 1919. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, (except those Mown in b and c) - Overdrafts, unsecured -- V. S. bonds (other than Liberty Bonds, but including U. S. eertifl- BUSINESS 11,060.938.2 659.4' XT. S. bond deposited to secure circulation (par value) , U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness pledged to secure U. S. deposits (par value) -1 ; . - -- V. S. bond3 and certificates of indebtedness pledged as collateral for State or other deposits or b'Us payable . v . U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness owned and unpledge TJhrtv T k.n Banda! Liberty Loan Bonds. ZV. 4, and 4Vi' per cent,: unpledged 200,000.00 260,000.00 80,000 270.000. 00 00 Liberty Loan Bonds, $Vi, 4,-and 44 per cent, pledged to secure U. S. deposits and 414 Per cent, pledged to secure Liberty Loan Bonds, 3 Vs. 4 postal savings deposits ; .... . ' Liberty Loan Bonds, 3'. 4, and 44 per cent, pledged to secure state or other deposits or bills payable . , - ... Bonds, securities, etc. (other than U. S.) : Bonds (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to secure postal savings de posits .. I ; -1.. w . Bonds and securities pledged as collateral for state, or other de posits (postal excluded) or bills payable.... . Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned un- Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S. Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription) equity in eanKing nouse 135,300.00 100,000.00 15,000.00 , 37,000.00 - 55.000.00 80,000.00 9,784.81 Real estate owned other than K-v;p. t.m , Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank- , ,. - , ,- Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks Net amounts due from banks, bankers, and trust companies other than included in ttems IS, 14, or 15 ' : Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank (other than Item 17) . .. Total of Items 14. 15, 18. 17, and 1& : Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items .. ........ . Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and .due from U. S. Treas urer , . . ; , Interest earned but not collected approximate on notes and bills receivable not past due . .... , ,., , Other assets, if any . ,,,, 664.542.2T 760,000.06 187,3 M.M 153.7S4.?! 7.500.0C ' 28,50O. 32,132.54 153.504.W 113,450.6? s S.0T0.1' 27.245.78 B,600.C! 4,874.?? 141.SM- TOTAL.. Capital stock paid in.. Surplus fund . Undivided profits LIABILITIES $3,827,330.(5 50,000.02 Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid- Interest and discount collected or credited, in advance of maturity - and not earned (approximate) ; - ' Amount reserved for all interest accrued . Circulating notes outstandinir : ' ... Net amounts due to national banks 6J.319.9S 10,591.03 Net amounts due to banks, bankers,- and trust companies wn included in Items 81 or 22) : Certified checks outstanding . - - - Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding , '., xotal of Items 88. 83. 84 and 85 (other Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject ta Reserra (de posits payable within 80 days): individual deposits subjects to check 226,628.53 Certificates of deposit due in less than money borrowed) 30 days (other than for State, county, or . other municipal deposits secured by pledge of assets of this bank -. i Ieposits requiring .notice but less than 80 days juivioenos unpaid Total of demand deposits (other than bank deoaits auhWt tn Reserve, Items 8, 87, 88, 89, 40, and 41 : 2,166,589.62 Tim deposits subject to Reserve (paybale after 30 days, or subject - to 80 days or more notice, and postal savings) : -Postal savings deposits . .. Total of time deposits subject to Reserve. Items 42, 43, 44, and 45 united fttates depsits (other than postal savings) : . : , War loan deposit account . ".. Other United States, deposits, including deposits of U. S. disbursing viiKcn - 53,725 S 1151!! 200.000.W . 101,S6.89 116.7?S'2 I 5.TT5B J 2,032,43 2S,42t 106. 66,0?0 Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve Bank, including all obligations representing money borrowed, other than1 rediscounts Bill payable, with Federal Reserve Bank 66.050.00 256.500.00 '84,826.75 8 11.32 : " - - ys1 TOTAL.. -.:' :. , ',., ';'' $3,327.3 s State of Florida, County of Escambia, m : I, J. W. Dorr.' Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above t:t" tnent is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. W. DORR. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23rd day of May, 1919. . - EVANETTE E. ROBINSON. Notary PublU Correct Attest: . .... J. S. REESE. - , , oscar e. maura J. E. BAARS. . '',...... Directors.