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STATEMENT Of THE CONDITION OF
THE BANK OF TROY, TENNESSEE
At TROY, TENN., '
At the close of business December 31, 1907.
RESOURCES.
Currency, gold and silver,
in our own safe $ 25,994 75
Sight exchange 22,579 74
'Cash items'.....; 177 29
iK.mAw and discounts..... 61,758 22
'Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured - 355 38
ranking house, furniture
and fixtures 3,458 55
Unpaid capital. . .. .... ... 11,580 00
Total resources . .
J&125.903 93
1, Paul Ingram, Cashier of the above
the above statement is true to the best
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
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To all customers of this Bank wh;
ing times of the past sixty days, we t
it.deH
elation.
We think business In ObiA
terms Our statement shown at;
examination of sarnie.
Jno. T. Walker, Pres
Dietzel,
Elam,
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DIRECTORS.
William Askins S. S. Alexander
Herman Dietzel George
' J. C. Isbell TL T. Robinson . .
STATEMENT QF CONDITION OF
Commercial Bank
of UNION CITY, TENN., at Close of Business December 31, 1907.
Resources.
-Loans and Discounts ..
Overdrafts 4
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures..
CASH RESOURCES.
Due from Banks and Bankers
Specie .......
Currency .
Total Resources .
Liabilities.
Capital Stock paid in ... ...:...........,......:......:.
Surplus and Undivided Profits ....I
Individual Deposits subject to check..
Certified Checks and Cashier's Checks
Bills Payable
Total Liabilities
I, D. N. Walker, Cashier of above
the foregoing statement is true to the
,
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
. ,
Since January, 1900, this Bank has
Dividends
And has added to Surplus and Profits
Total earnings for time..
' During year 1907, net earnings,
per cent.
We ask a careful scrutiny of the
cial Bank herewith.
We da 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
storm broke in the East, but they were
it did a shortage of, currency.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF ;
The First National Bank
IN UNION CITY, TENNESSEE, - '
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 3. I97- ,
Resources.
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts, secured end unsecured..........
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation...
Premiums on United States Bonds ..
Baning House, Furniture and Fixtures..
Caslv Resources
Cash due from Banks ....... ..
Cash due from U. S. Treasurer .; ......
Cash Items .
Cash in Safe.. ........ -
Total..
Liabilities
Cp,j ;tal Stock ,
vSurplns and Profits
Circulation.....
Hills Payable
Di'Us .
Total,.
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"Y 'OF
LIABlCllES.
Capital stock. fl ....... .$ 30,000 00
Surplus and Yidivlded
profits ...7;.... ..10.124 70
Individual deposits and
certS3cateaof deposit.. 85,253 23
Banker' AsoociatfoP cer
tificates.... ........ 523 00
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TotalUbilitles.
.$125,903 93
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nam Bank, do scmnly swear that
of my iriv-vwledge.&nd belief.
PAUL INGRAM, Cashier.
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Dec. 31, 1907. , ;
O., BENNETT, Notary" Public,
n our friends during the try-
derbuivJjacere thanks and true appre-
County will very soon be back on usual
PAUL INGRAM, Cashier.
V.-Pres.
D, N. Walktr, Cashier
Assistant Cashier.
. T. L. Bransford J. L,
Fry
Dahnke J. L. Glover
R. F. Tisdale D.N. Walker
$144,975 44
1,508 66
7,000 00
$52,61133
2,564 55
25,218 00
80,393 88
..$233,877 98
$50,000 00
19,424 29
I53,22"I 64
3.732 05
7,500 00
$233,877 9
named Bank, do solemnly swear that
best of my knowledge and belief.
, D. N. WALKER, Cashier. ,
this December 31, 1907. V
C. V. JONES, Notary Public'
paid its Shareholders in
.......
$ 48,000 00
15,57400
. $ 63,574 00
17 "per cent. Paid Shareholders, 13
;
statement of condition of the Commer
' 'r
. ' ;
not surprised when the recent financial
not looking for it to "assume the shape
$167,555.07
1,936.39
50,000.00
1,000.00
4,000.00
$69,910.24
2,500.00
-' ,!S4.04
37362.39
109,826.67
..... $ 334,319-13
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.'$50,000.00
.27,222.35
,.. 'y 50.oco.oo
- ''"'V 5,000.00
202,096.78
$ 334."3I9-I3
Obiox S3.
Bank, do solemnly swear that the
tv'.ulrA.fud belief. . ' '. ;
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Glenn Joyner was here Tuesday.
Supt. Nute is Buffering with la
grippe.
Mrs. Marion Nelson has been
quite ill.
Dr White, of Rives, was a visitor
Wednesday. , f
Dr. Paul Joyner left this week for
New York City.
Lexie Parks has returned from a
visit to St. Louis.
R. L. Anderson, of Polk, was in
th city Wednesday. y . .
Rufe Phelps, of Martin, was a
visitor in our city Monday.
Arch Johnson is able to be out
again after a slight illness.
Col. Wm, Wilson, of Obion, was
a visitor to the city Wednesday.
Mrs. T. H. Puryear is visiting
homefolks in Jordan this week.
Mrs. J. Arle, of Hickman, is the
guest of her parents in East End.
Johnnie Smoothers, of Ridgely,
was here Monday attending court.
Col. Harvey Hogg, the cigar mani
was here Wednesday taking orders.
Dr. Anderson Bcown left Sunday
afternoon for his . home in Louis
iana. ' . '!'':?. V- :-
Mrs. T, Ownby, of Columbus,
Ky., was in the city yesterday shop
ping. ; - - '
Little Miss Alfa May Walker, of
WeBt End, received the doll at Dr.
Niles'. , fyffi
Miss Mayme Doyle is able to be
out after a severe attack of " Ja
grippe. '", '".j.
Miss Vera Roberts is at home from
a visit to her uncle, Dr. E. H. White,
at Rives. .
Miss Maggie Burke went to Mar
tin Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs.
Chas Merritnan.
Frank White returned toReelfoot
Sunday after several days' visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Hillis.
Mrs. D. Hailey, of Number Seven,
was the guest" of Mrs. Bo wden on
Lilac street this week.
Mrs. Jack Kirby, who has been
quite sick at home on Lee street, is
recovering trom la grippe.
Miss Mattie Martin.of East Prai
rie, Mo., is visiting at the home ol
Miss Rose Caldwell for two weeks.
John Sheffield and, family are oc
cupying the residence on Ury street
recently vacated by Lonzo White.
Mrs. Watson, of Tiptonville, i is
in the city visiting her dauhf"
Mrs. Irene Dahnke onjX
street.' ',
Mrs. Dora Callicott
in the city having son
done with Doctors
BJrticom. ;;
Dr! Clarke and fan
Seven,' have rent
property on Ury st
in several days ago
" Guy Nailling can
Morgan & Verhine s.
will be Eflad to wa
friends and customer
Mr. and Mrs. ii H.
of New . Orleans, were
week 'visitrng,; Mrs. Tb
parents and .other friends
onk
Miss Mary, Bransford returiw
from Nashville Wednesday, afterVx
spending? several weeks with her
sisters, Mrs. John Pollock and Miss
Katy Bransford. ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Glover, of the
country southwest of town, were
very pleasant callers at this office
Tuesday.! These good people now
live in a very attractive and com
fortable new home on their, farm
which was recently completed and
dedicated with a house warming,
enjoyed by a number of friends.
'A Big Furniture Sale.
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AiChance to make money. Special
prices will rule. The goods must
move. The desire to replenish with
spring patterns and designs. Sale
begins Monday, Jan. and con
tinues through the week.
This sale embraces Kockers,
Tables, Iron Beds, Odd Pieces,
Dressers, Washstands, Parlor
Suites, Matting, and many other
things too numerous to mention.
Young people and old people, now
is your time to buy and 6ave money.
First come first served. Don't hesi
tate, come first day. One hundred
Oak Center Tables, 24 inch top, 98c
to $1.50; Rockers all prices; Beauti
ful Oak Washstands, $2.73.
Remember the day Monday, the
20th. . We will be assisted in this
sale by,1 Messrs. Chas. Dietzel and
Chas. Iaylor, who will be glad to
serve you. Come and get acquaint
ed wit
.-ectfully,
nson & Son,
Chas. Dietzel
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Beck-Hudgins.
Mr. Clarence Beck and Miss Lu
cile Hudgins were married at the
home of the 'bride's parents in
Jackson, Tenn.i last Suudav morn
ing at 8 o'clock. ' Messrs. Vernon
Verhine and Otho Beck, of this
city, were present to witness the
ceremony. ' ' '
, Mr. Beck is the son of the late
Rev. J. E. Beck, one of Union City's
prominent men. His mother pe
sideshere, and for some time, 'he
was engaged herewith the Cumber
land Telephone & Telegraph Co.
as cashier. More than a year ago he
was promoted as a mark pf efficien
cy to the same duties i the office
of the company at Jackson. Soon
after he met and admired Miss
Hudgins, the daughter of a well
known Jackson family,' The friend
ship ripened vri'to love and the cul
mination was fixe Sunday morning
weddings ;'' V';v: ..'."' .
Mr. and Mrs. Beck paid this city a
visit last! Sunday, leaving. Jackson
at nine ja'clock. :
FOR ,SALE-High-bred registered
Duroc Jersey iPigs. For particulars,
call on or address
42-tf r LUTHER CORUM,
R. F.. D. No. 4. Union City, Tenn.
Dath of Good Citizen.
John Henry DeGraffenreid was
born Feb. 9, 1837, in Stewart
County, Tenn. He was married to
Mary Virginia Douglas at Wood
land Mills, Obion County, Tenn.v
on April' 12, 1874. He has lived an
upright, moral and honest life, and
in January, 1907, was truly convert
ed to his Christ and became a mem
ber pf the" Methodist Church.. He
diedon January 13. .1908. beincr 68
years, 11 months and four days old."4
He and his wife have, been united
in the holy bonds of matrimony for,'
the peViod of 33 years, nine month
and one day and were the( parents
of six children, four qt whomare
living: Mrs, Piercy Lashlee, -'ot; Pa
ducah, Ky. , Mrs.. Laura Wist, of
Corning, Ark. Brother H M. De
Graffenreid, of Union : Cjity, and
Miss Alma, his youngest child.
Bro.
DeGraffenreid was-well known
in our city as a man ofygeotl
,'irentle and
kindVy manner ad wap universally
respected by all who knew him. He
has been afflicted for fom'e years and
was stricken with-paralysis about
seven years, ago,- He' 2.ftially re
covered, but was'an' invalid .irtoStpl
the time since.' He submitted to his
infii'mity with resignation and was
always cheerful ?ind happy in his
death occurred at home in
londay,! Jan. 13, at 2 p
were held at the resi
ucted by Rev. W. J
afternoon at 1.30
terred at the
Plymouth
S3 each
s, phone
n City,
TlrL-,,
pretty blueSB2'
Bessie Morgan. Mr
won the consolation in collar pins
Refreshments of fruit salad and
cake were served. - .
Mrs. R. M. Whipple entertained
the club last week with whist,
awarding prizes first to Mrs. Harry
Edwards, cut glass compote; conso
lation to Mrs. A. R. Pace, lace Ja
bot; the guests' prize to Miss Nell
Jackson. The club meets with Mrs.
D. A. Edwards next week.
Impure blood runs you down makes
you an easy victim for organic diseas
es. Burdock's Blood Bitters purifies
the blood cures the cause builds
you up.
Upright pianos.
Slightly used at
bargain prices.
A. N. Dickson.
By Request.
The. letters jErom Lee Holder to
his brother and sister, Earl and
Nona, were published in this papar
last week at the -request of their
mother, Mrs. Holder. In doing this
we had no idea of injuring the feel
ings of anyone. In view of the cir
cumstances we retrain from men
tioning names, but it was never the
intention of this paper to injure in
nocent parties, and if we have done
so we humbly beg their pardon.
Mammoth Bronze Turkeys. V
I have several fine goblers for sale.
Price $3.00 each.
Mrs. T. J. Williams.-
Phone 419-3 rings, Route No, 3.
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sTrJoHn Bill
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' , STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
Union City Bank and Trust Co.
0 AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER jr, 1507.
Resources'
LoSS and Discounts..
0sJlrafts.. .:.....,.:
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures ..........:..
,aDverdrafts due from Corporation of Union City..
Drafts with Bill of wading attached .
Clearing -House Certificates
Sight Exchange
Checks and other Cash items
Specie ....i....."... :
Currenc..... 1;. ., ,.. ;
Total
Liabilities
Capital stook.'.1..-. .....v::.
Surplus and. Undivided Profits (less
Taxes paid)
Individual Deposits subject to check
Cashier'? Checks.....
Clearing' Hoiise Certificates.
Bills payable ...................
..Total,
iva statem
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A. Hefley, Cashier of the above
abo
statement is.true to the best of
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feworn and Subscribed to before me, this 31st day of December, 1907.
' D. N. WALKER, Notary Public
The above statement is true and correct.
Geo. S. Hardy, J. P. Adams Auditing Commitite.
. -CIRCUIT COURT. . ;
'-.CIVIL DOCKET. '
.fj'.'lV, Mpsier vs. G. A. Gibbs,ad
mi'hiirator.et al, verdict for defend
ant and against plaintiff; '-ht$'''--
Mrs: Fannie Vaughn ys. A. G.
Westdamage suit; case dismissed.
Jj&ti'h 1. BrnettsJohfl Jimer-
8Qn, damage, 'suitr' case; dismissed.
' ;'-'STATI DOCKET. " '
State-' vs.'Ned Cockran, v carrying
pistol;, not guilty. ' ' .
..' State vs. Hugh Mullins, allowing
minor? to play pool, three cases,
not guilty in thes first two; hung
jury in the third which was dis
missed upon payment of costs.
State . vs. Tate Laster, attempt
assault; verdict of not guilty.
' estate vs. P. H. McGee; selling
liquor; mistrial. ;
State vs. Lewis Cockran; gaming;
fined $10 and costs. ,
State vs. Sterling White and Jim
Heskett; gaming; fined $10 and
costs each.
Nd Corkron, gaming; $10 and
costs. .
v John Rainey; gaming; case dis
missed upon payment of costs.
StatS vs. Mose Jones; assault and
battery; plead guilty and- fined $50
and costs. ' '
J. Burnett; selling, liquor; case
dismissed. . v:
State vs. John Vincent; larceny;
plead guilty and fined $10 and costs.
State vs. Joe Britt; latTeny; paid
$10 and costs. ; W. ,
State vs. Chas. Olds, col
fined $10 and costs. ; ;
larceny,
. ...
State vs. Will Fields; two cases,
selling liquor; dismissed upon pay
ment of costs.
State vs. R. M. Murphey, selling
liquor; plead guilty; fined $50 and
given jail sentence for 90 days.
"Following State cases have been
continued: ,
Frank Pope; allowing minors to
play pool and selling liquor; two
cases.
Deb Morgan; selling liquor.
J. N. Garrison; carrying pistol.
W. C. Morris; selling liquor.
Upright pianos.
Slightly used atj
bargain prices.
A, N. Dickson.
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NAILLING-GODWiN
- Nailling Corner
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We guarantee perfect
ancliaccuracy in dispensing
you are dissatisfied elsewhere, come tc
will prove our superiority.
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': 2,491 CO
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$ 23.617 47
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...... $144,285 05
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Expenses and
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$ 35,oo 00
4,359 43
96,161 72
; 2639O
, 3.500 00
5,000 00
.5144,285 05
Bank) do solemnly swear that t!:.
my knowledge and boiU.
J. A. lLhb LEY, Cashier.
$75,000 FIRE
Helena Box
When Hot
Factory Destroyed
Metal Explodes Box
i of Oil.
. Helena, Ark., Jan. 9. About
930 o'clock this morning fire
broke out in the box and venee
plant owned by the W. D. Eeeves
Lumber Company, completely de
stroying the plant, which waa val
ued at $75,000. '
. Mr. Reeves is out of the city,
and the insurance carried is not
known, as he carried most of his
insurance with out-of-town agen
cies. The fire originated in the engine
room, where molten babbit metal
was being used on a box. Some
of the metal dropped in grease,
which exploded and set fire to , the
timber. ' ' ' ,'.
ALONG LIFE. ,
How to Conserve 1 Enery and?-
Prnlnncr T.ifo " !" '
The time conies to every' one"wnen
the life forces begin to fail '. It Is a
little harder to climb a hill br to walk
up stairs. Exercise is taken less vig
erously or abandoned, and we feel that
the end of active service is drawing
near. .
It-is more than probable that we
have been over-driviDg the machine of
the body which will give out like any .
machine if overtaxed, and we should
immediately take steps to change th
gear, build up the strength and rn
store the life forces. ", To this
nothing equals our delicious cod , IjJ
and iron preparation. ;.' YlQflL
-s far superior to all oth?
co3 liver preparations
ruadeJyj-a scientific, extr
centratintf process from Tr?
livers. co;iliininir wJ
iron, all the medicli
build inj? elemJNtS
no oil. "
As a body
creator for ol(
drr n, weak,
sickness, and!
bronchitis
troubles, y
Try it or
money if
Drug Store
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