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1 i Li f Jno. T. Walkr, Trcb. II. Dietzel, V.-1'J-t.i. Hunter Klatn, Atsi.-tai't Q: ,y William Askinsv S. S. Alexander n Herman Dictzel George J. C. Isbell II. T. Robinson STATEMENT OF CONDITION OK , Commercial Bank of UNION CITY, TENN., at Close cf finest. December 31, 1907. !) J Resources. ? Loans and Discounts I VVCIUlcUlS Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures.....;.:................ CASH HESOURCES Due from Banks and Bankers........... Specie Currency , , A Total Resources .. .... ; Liabilities. Capital Stock paid in ..v...............................,...;,: .7 $50,000 00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 19,424 29 Individual Deposits subject to ckeck 153,221 64 , -Certified Checks and Cashier's Checks..;..:.,.;.....,............ 3,732 05 -Bills Payable ; : 7,500 00 Total Liabilities .'. I,' D. N. Walker, Cashier of above the foregoing statement is true to the t Subscribed and sworn to before-me, , Since January, 1900, this Bank has Dividends And has added to Surplus and JProfits Total earnings fortune...,......,.., During year-i07, net earnings, per cent. We ask a careful scrutiny of the statement of condition 'of the Commer cial Bank herewith. " , .v. . ( . ' 1 We do not pride ourselves on a large deposit at this time because such is a liability and a source of weakness, unless a corresponding reserve in cash . is held against it. :. , . " ... ;.. With our Clearing House Certificates all retired we confidently look for better times in the near future. . -" The managers of this Bank were not surprised when the recent financial storm broke in the East, but they were not looking for it to assume the shape ' it did a shortage of currency. , : , MAPLE GROVE. Herman Williams spent last week at Hickman. Aubrey Logan has gone to. Dick son to enter college. , " ,Will Scott, and son, Harry,, were, here visiting relatives last week.. ' . Miss Nina Mai Wheeler reports a delightful visit at PaducalyChrist mas. r Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roberts, of Mt. Zion, spent Sunday with their son, wm Kooerrs. ' Miss Lee-ijondon spent 'a, few days lasiVeek with her cousin, Mis'sjella Williams. " t vMisses Roberta and Annie Mar 'f shall visited their sister, Mrs. F. W. Watson, in Union City last week. Tillman Shipp, in company with .his brother near Rives, spent Sat urday and Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. John Shipp at Cairo. Messrs. Joe McGaugh, Till Hale, and Miss. Katie Roberts, ot Mt. - ;Zion, were visitors of Mrs. Will " Roberts Saturday and Sunday. A happy family reunion was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc Dowell Christmas. AlUheir chil dren and grandchildren , were there from different parts of the United States. Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Mc Dowell, of Rochester, VN. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Horace McDowell and ' son, of St Louis, Mr. and Mrs Jno. McDowell and two children of Memphis, Wallace McDowell, ot Chicago, Miss Fanny McDowell, of Louisiana, and Miss Eloise from Nashville: ' Star. ,' Swellest line of hand painted par , lor tables at Bell Furniture Co. A Party. ' Misses Angeline and Annie Phe bus in their charming manner de lightfully entertaimed a large num ber of their friends at their beauti ful country home near Houser Val ley. The young ladies present were: Grace Caldwell, Laura Thorn, Lf!a Thc!rn, Ethel R-rsdale, Ola Petty; Lilian IJlaaU-u Ri'tli Mai bliall, Elain Mitchell, I-.Iattie and Nannie Calhoun, Steiia Williams, s),-rnie I.'vVris, Sue .V-ss. Lee Lo. ' -Mary Emma Catr-ju. ril ." ; Aikc- i, Lula SI "-uc lit 1 s;.i Ccmr-ton, UlLin Akwi 'v", -' '" I'3i:1 .ZT. "Ruth ar sr, Cashier T. L. .-,fonI - J. L. Try J. 1 Glover D. NT. Walker Dannie R. F. Ti 6 .........,.........'. ? 1 44, 975 44 1,508 66 . 7,000 00 '....!..... $52,611 33 f 2.504 55 : 25,218 00 80,393 88 .. f.. 1 ...$233,877 98 ; $233,877 98 named Bank, do solemnly swear, that best of my knowledge and belief. D. N, WALKER, Cashier. .this December 31, 1907. . ' - C. V. JONES, Notary Public paid its Shareholders in - h ; $ 48,00000 15,574 00 $ 63,57400 17 4 'per cent. Paid. Shareholders, 13 mer, Dan and Sherill Word, Taylor Flack, Charlie Eyerett, Hardy and Grover Petty,, - Robert Whitson, Robert Hamilton, Hugh Catron, J. A. Haynes, . Leslie Wiley, Robert Cheatbam, Carnie Davis, Roy and Raymond Mitchell, Fletcbef Aiken, Caesar,. Howell and Grady Palmer, Cecil Moss, Homer Catron, Herman and Jim Wise, Chester Phebus, Asa Tanner, Ira Parks, Frank Farris. All reported a pleasant time." " - A Guest. We can sell or rent your property to a good advantage. Place it with us. Carter & White' Real Estate & Insurance people. . Union City Bank & Trust Co. : The directors dnd officers of the Union City Bank & Trust Co., each personally and individually desires to express his thanks to the many friends of this bank, and especially to its depositors, for the great con fidence they manifested in our bank during the recent "financial flurry." We knew this bank was perfectly solvent and no depositor was in any danger of losing one cent of his money, but we want you to know that we appreciated your greart friendship. We trust you will con tinue to do yqur banking business with us and bring your friends with you to deposit their money In this bank. We are glad to state that we fully believe the other two banks in Union City are perfectly solvent and worthy of the greatest confi dence. '. ' . .:, Sincerly yours, Union City Bank & Trust Co. Officers: R. P. Whitesell, Pres. ident; Seid Waddell, Vice Presi dent; J. A. Hefley, Cashier; A. L Garth; Assistapt Cashier. Directors: J. F. Howard, Seid Waddell, E. A. Glover, W. J. Mayes; R. H. DriskUI, D. A. Luten, , J. A". Wheeler,' Jos. Harpole, W. H. Gar rigan, Geo. S. Hardy, J. P. Adams, Dr. F. M. McRee, J. A. Hefley, R. P. Whitesell. ' . - ti Garrett to Talk at St. Louis. Representative Finis J. Garrett has accepted an invitation to ad dress the Tennessee Society at St. Louis on Jackson Day, Jan. 8. Mr. Garrvtt will take for his subject ...:k Government Tendencies," ". v.i., endeavor to direct atten 4 to the dangerous drift of the ;5 lid by" the -strenuous poli ns away from the safe guide of the constilUtionspecially r7:j.-int; - the Wf ''II lO0k IIARiMON AND BRYAN. Presidential Boom of Harman to Ee Launched in Birmingham. Cincinnati, Dec. 30. The Presi dential castor of Judson Harmon will be shied into the political arena next Jan; 23,'at which time Harmon will address the Board of Trade at Birmingham, Ala. Simultaneously with Harmon's appearance, William Jennings Bryan will make a speech before the same body. The invitation to Harmon was extended some time ago and was of a very urgent character. At the same time Bryan was invited, in order that the manufacturers of the South might be in a position to bet ter select their choices fot the Dem ocratic nomination for the Presi dency. 1 SHADY GROVE. Miss Laura Hamilton entertained a number of friends last Monday evening in honor of her sister, Mrs. Eva Lillie Greene, of Mississippi. Among those of the feminine gen der present were: Jettie White, Lena' Powers, Cordie Cheatham, Spicie Duncan, Jessie and Berda Caldwell, Myrtle Clarke, Laura Hale Dora Haynes, Ollie Duncan, Lilian White. . For lack of space will not enumerate the boys, for they .were several in number and would re quire too much space. The recep tion room was magnificently deco rated with mistletoe. Refreshments were served and all present report a good time. - . Yellow Dog. Special Sale. Commencing next Saturday, Jan. 4, we will give 25 per cent off on every article worth over 25 cents, as I am not going to handle anything thing higher than 25 cts goods atter the other articles are sold. Now is the time to buy statues, water sets, wine sets, albums', toilet sets, pic tures and frames, fancy , lamp3, shirts and underwear, fancy china ware. Sale commences Saturday, Jan. 4, and lasts ' until all the big stuff is gone. : Five and Ten Cent Store. Leap Year Danes. The. young people of this city en joyed a leap year dance at the Elks Home on New Year's night. The party consisted of fifteen couples atct', cliaperones. The young ladies invited the young gentlemen and escorted them" to the dance, .furnishlHgf car riages and flowers and supper at Dahuke's. The occasion was planned and carried out by the young ladies, and nothing was left for the young men but to look pleased and unusually attentive. It is hardly necessary' to mention that it was a complete sue--cess socially and in fact. The home waa nicely decorated ana trie supper at Dahnke's was a happjyjJjTvf'J The Poul'tl' .. j Everything is M'f ness for the bigfri-' show which co? in tif The Mays buii'he avenue has bec4'y onion anu wii.j? Itch tad for tha,r ;. : . . . ... J?t4 txrt tne Associatnou coops that wi,st than 300 fowlJ .Sally 'i a distance has Itnotherjj tion to be here wjl in, spSy Association is woiijf a wa haye'a shcPvV that Krn 0 evcrytody, and hope?j;j irL'y liberal partronage froiii toa'' ou In vrv Drnbable that ttuSi. -J ht ... or seven hundred entries. vj it Ot U to ' ; - ..STATEMENT OVr:.l Union City Bank - AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31, 1907. Resources) Loans and Discounts..;...; ... ; Overdftilts Banking House,' Furniture and Fixtures ;. ; Overdrafts due from Corporation of Union City ........ Drafts with Bill of Lading attached Clearing House Certificates Sight Exchange ;. Checks and other Cash Items .;.............. Specie . Currency..... : Totai...!....;...,... ..: ' , Liabilities ' 1.. . a- V' '.. Capital Stock..';.......... ;'.;...A....,.'...,;.....,;'. Surplus and Undivided Profits (less Expenses and ' JTaices paid) .;... x:.;.:. ; tnlividual Deposits subject to check ; Cashier's Checks. .. Clearing House Certificates...;... ; Bills payable ..;... Total . I, J. A. Hefley, Cashier of the above Bank, do solemnly swear tliat the above statement is true to the best of riiy knowledge and belief. J. A. HEFLEY, Cashier. .Q-nrti arA .QnVcrrIK t WifrrA tnp tViic Tct" ilntr rf TpptnVvpr TOA7. l1r .-' ' bViiUstatc I " statement is true and correct. Hardy, J. P. Adams v Ipifcss Inez Cloar has returned to school at Martin. Rev, A. 1. Owen, of HcKenzie, was here last) week on business. HT. J3 TT........ TT,.. . , JJUI II llU iUl aiiU 1T.1 I p. i IUL V V ) llOU' derson last week, a daughter. ,f Mr. Dave Kill ion, of Portagevill' Mo., visited relatives here last weel Mr: and Mrs. Joe Green, of IIuili boldfc, are here on a visit to relativ Prof.. Emerson, of Pilot Oak is' teaching a fine music school at iintl ocIjv." ' 1 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bassett are visit ing relatives at Hickman and Padu cah. ; J. A. Freeman and family, of Bruce's Switch, visited relatives here last week, A. R. Caldwell and family, of Pro temus, were the guests of relatives here last week. Powell Cloar. and family, of Beech, were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Caldwell. Mr. Fred Sparkman and bride, of Bloornfield, Mo., spent, the holidays here with relatives. nenry Wilson and wife, of Ilorn beak, visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Cald well Saturday night. MrBs John Stanfleld and children, from iear Bethlehem, were here last week, 'the guests of relatives. j Mrs. Biddie Glover and children, of Paris, andMrs, Milton Downing and children, ofi Hornbeak, spent the holi days here with their parents, .Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Cloar. Violet. LOST A, large pearl ear ring. A liberal reward will be given for return of ring. , Mhs. J. A, Wheelbk, r A Union City, Tenn. V ;, Old Arkansaw. ', ,The "01d Arkansaw" proved to be more -than an average attraction at Reynolds' Opera House last Wednes day night.'. 1 The show Is promoted by Fred Raymond, who has a number; of good companies on the road. Tho ac tion of the play centers in,a locality in the mountain districts, of Arkan saw in the days of slow- trails and rustic simplicity.1' Sueathefadoptcl daughter of John Rogers. S ht is reared, in the mountains uneducated and then sent to St. Lauis to school. In the meantime the villain Ifawlcy discovers tlj.it Sue Is an heiress and undertow all 6ris- of dangerous tactics to get ht r property,' evea pro pocin;; marriage while living with an otb.T i'Oh.,uii. ITawby has possession of ;i St. Louis 'mau'-iou' which right fully belongs to Mi-i Rogers, 'The plot thickens .with ,a'. gre,it many during encounters, John "Rogers is placed in jail, out rue enu coiiiolj as usual witu the villain entrapped in his own web, and, CummijiV.'the young hero, mar ries Sue. . ; J-'The coDjpany is a vety capable one, comprising a refined and intelligent tfist of men and women, The play well supplied with scenery and aroViracters with suitaWe costumes. let was in conscientious hands good sized audience en- asely. ,' ; ?ix rooms. Apply to 1 cor. Ury and .Vine. Election. ommissioners of :essee, do Hereby y) held in the 11 LllU Jul JUOC six Aldermen of two years. aturaay, dan. ,'hairman, iretary, learn and Trust Co. $ 88,607 34 182 67 2,491 00 i,756 74 11,224 17 ' 363 00 $ 23,617 47 .' - 565 75 3239 90 12,237 0039,660 13 , $144, 285 05 $ 35,o o ; 4,359 43 ." 96,161 72 263 90 ' 3,500 00 5,000 00 ..$144,285 05 D. N. WALKER, Notary Public - Auditing Conimitcee. ' w. i 0. J I W Obion . 1 VTHMlOvC OF Fhe Firstrixational Bank ( " . IN UNION CITY, TENNESSEly AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER "., - 'Resources " Loans and Discounts.;. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured .S ; U. S. Bonds to secure circulation.... .....i....:.. ;;, Premiums on United States Bonds..;;..!....;.....,;.... ,," ' Bituing House, Furniture and Fixtures.. ..,.." ; .J ... Cash Resources- 4 f, Cash due from Banks $69,910,24 Cash due from U. S. Treasurer 2,500.00' Cash Items .; 54.04 Cash in Safe 37,362.39 Total.: Liabilities"; Capital Stock .'...'..; Surplus and Profits Circulation . Bills Payable.. .... .. .a...... :. Deposits 1 Totai... State op Tennessee, County of ...... .-... ' r- .' w -v 44 4 A4....'. Correct Attest: L. S. Parks, E. V. CAiinvEU,, I, waiter Lowen, casnier 01 tne above iianu, do solemnly swear mat rne above statement is true to the best-of my knowledge and belief. '.. WALTER HOWELL, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before' me, this the 1st day of January, 1908. " : ' "''I - J.' A. WHIPPLE, Notary Public. ' ' ...WE OFFER... Good lumber Values as , in every sort of building and finish ihg lumber you're apt to require, no matter how large your opera-1- , tions. If you're at all interested '.. ' 'it's up to-you'.' to investigate this ' "statement for your own sake. We '. , welcome a tour through our yard and all the questioning you like. : DIETZEL JT MOSS YARDS ON FIRST STREET, South of Presbyterian Church UNION CITY, - TENNESSEE m SB mO "S3 nil 3'i ' 4- vCJ , mi o::::n -aaTHfe QROCER Has the exclusive sale . . " celebrated ' . , , . )' I Golden Gate 1 cad, jjiww m JLW LI C4V t Ant? They are guaranteed to be th. n for sale to the people of this q,," Vnii will find our store the good things to be Two Phones204'Y 3. ' v j. Three Delivery q::::ez .13 7RMJSFER m& BY .ona DISTA1IGE FCS RATES irPLY TO LSC8 CU'iDECLA'lD TELEFHOMr. $ INCOKPORA ' 1 S The Commercial dttrinrfl dollar's wort!. CONDITION OP 31, 1907. f I67.5SS-07 1,936.39 50,000.00 1,000.00 ,4,uuu.uo ... $ 334,3I9-I3 , 50,000.00 t 27, 222.35 i.i 50,000.00 . " 5,000.00 .202,096.78 $ 334,319-13 Ohion SS. . - , . .. . . i .- ' . ii - .- re' ; . . i ' ' -" ' v . m m j41J?'A II. A. Beck Directors. in Union City of then" -t- hiv Li , FUfft Kid R-JtU Ec. RhA 1,1 . 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