The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003, March 04, 1921, Page 4, Image 4

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R to be beild «hla I Resolved, That a copy of tills
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I lotion ha engrossed and signed by
I the president of the senate and tha
Marshfield I
0f the house of represonta-
bo bettt this year tires and' presentad to the Hon.'Simon
Cony eoun- r Benton, as a testimonial of the ap-
not later than neat year, provided I preciation o f the legislativo assembly
i operate, according t o jf w the services well and faithfully
mada by B. A. Booth, I performed for the benefit of the state
| chairman of tha sUU highway com- of Oregon.
Whereas the highway program of
the state of Oregon is the largest
single enterprise in which the state
hof Oregon is engaged; and
Whereas, the state highway coa ­
mission has, through its integrity and
ability, carried forward said program
[in a manner-which has inspired the
confidence of the people of the state
of Oregon; and
Wherein, the gratitude of the peo­
ple of' the state is the only reward
which the members of said confmia-
H are Waa •
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road hog that mum
missus, rather crossly. “The right ef
way is oars, isn't RT"
“ Oh, undoubtedly!"
calmly. "A s for our turning out, tha
reason U plainly suggested in tide
epitaph which appeared in a newspa
per recently:
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“ Here lies the body of William Jay,
Who (Hod maintaining his right of
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But ha’s Just as daad aa if he’d b
Transcript.
with os, we keep CONFIDENTIAL the
’ their deposit aa* their M a r t s traasactkms
No. «64»
Report of Condition of tbo
Farmers & Merchants Bank
FIR ST NATIONAL BANK
afte, of tha llarahfUM Nows and !* regarded M F **
^°°**T*>t [at Coquille in tha State si Oregon, at the close of busiaess on Fob. 81, IMI.
ord has ¿one east to prova that ho [highway.
RESOURCES
in liaod that as,eooa aa possible, not 1st-
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Baler than IMS the rond from Bandon
6197,16688
• I » . . i l . dLunMsA P t isuw OAiinfv ha fiO
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Overdrafts,
16181
proved a* a part of the Roosevelt
U. 8. Government securities owned;
highway. This was taksn to moan
Deposited to socare circulation <U. & bonds
that R would bo oithor gnrieled or
far value) .............................................. ........ < 18,600.00
Pledged
as collateral for State o other deposite
Mr. Peck says that tha highway
or billa payable....................... ....................... 48,000.00
hfll
Owned and unpledged .......... ................ ....... 40,000.00
piece of legisla-1
. Govemi
101800.00
Oregon was aa spai-1
A
Other
bonds
seeurities,
etc.:
for It aa waatera Oregon. By its
fff«
s Securities other than U. 8. bonds (not including
R is possible for the coast
stocks) owned and unpledged.......................... 68,01887
to form a district and band
Total bonds, securities, etc, other than U. S.
68816.87
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (60 par sent of
subscription)
1860.60
Value of banking house owned and unincumbered
81,000.00
Furniture and fixtures................ ..................
016.00
lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank.. . .
81,000.00
Cash in vault and not amounts dne from Bottom
ns*T»2rr
al banks............................................................
Nst amounts duo from banks, bankers, sad trust
companies in tbs United States (other than in­
cluded in Items 11, 12, or 18)........................
6,77281
Chocks on other bonks in the seine city or-town
ns reporting bank (other than Item 16)
.
80488
Total of Items 18, 18,14, 16, aad 1 6 ............ i24,66087
Chocks on banks located outside of city er town
of reporting bonk and other cm: item s...........
684.60
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer aad daa
from U. S. Treasurer........................................
68680
Interest earned but not collected—approxiasato
—on Notes aad Bills Receivable not past due..
680087
TOTAL.
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Comet—Attest: A J. Sherwood, L. H. Hasard. C. T. Skoals.
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The Electric Washer
Makes Clothes Last
Five Times as
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Dainty lingerie and sheerest silks can be entrusted
to the gentle washing action o f the Electric
Washer without fear o f h a m .
Careful tests have proved that clothes last five _
as long when washed in an Electric Washer.
Thus, merely as an investment in p r o lo n g ^
o f your wearables, the Electric Washer will
pay fo r itself.
ASK YOUR DEALER
E. G. Opperm&n
M. J. H&rtson
Gould A Gould
lOftOOM
10,00880
14806.01
Mountain States Pow er
188688
1880080
in the United States and foreign
686786
countries (other than indwRd in Items 28 or 29).
ABOUT INCOMB TAXBB
686786
Total
of
Items
28,
28,
80,
31,
end
82
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The Bmroaa of Internal Rev.
Demand depeoits (other than bank deposits) sub­
has innumerable sources for chocking I
ject to Reserve (deposits payable within 80 days):
up persons who fall or “wilfully re-
“ It is a simple matter to take the I
Individual deposits subject to check ..............
fuse" to flle aa income tax return and I same cereals that the cows oat and |33
pay tha amount of tax duo.
| make them into a milk which is su-184 Certificates of deposit due in lees than 60 days
46,480.88
(ether than for money borrowed) ............... - .
One of these la tha “ information at I perior to the natural article and much
State, county or other municipal deposits secur­
source’’ provision of the revenue act I cleaner. The cow is the crudest ma- 35
ed by pledge of assets of this bunk) ..............
which requires that reports must be | chine hi the world. Our laboratories
Total of demand deposits (other than bank de­
i by all persons, trustees, guard!-1 have already demonstrated that cows’
posits) subject to Reserve, Hems 38, 84, 86, 88,
aad by partnerships, | milk can be done away with and the |
87. and 38 ........................................................ 401,417.76
ntration of the elements of milk
Time deposits subject to Reserve (payable af­
of payments to others | can be manufactured into scientific I
ter 80 days, or subject to 80 days or more no­
the your 1890 ef 61,000 or | food by machines far cleaner than [
tice, and postal savings):
more. A separate return of inf arses-1 cows and not subject to tuberculosis."
Certificates of deposit (other than for money
tion for each employes whoso salary h I So far, however, w i haven’t seen
668*680
borrowed) .......................................................
61800 or mors fa required of employ- anything that looked at all like put-
Total of time deposits subject to Receive,
era. The return post show the name I ting the old cow out of business, for I
Items 89, 40, 41, and 42 . . . ....................... 668*680
of each recipient and the I the only substitute for batter that is I
I making any headway is one that has
6661,613.84
information returns which | cow’s milk as one of its ingredients. I
TOTAL,
a n filed with tha Commissioaer of In- And Just how the soluble salts, known j "*6. Of the total loans and dlacouate shown above, the amount on which
ternal Revenue at Washington, D. C., as vitamins are to bo supplied in
interest and discount wee charged at rates in exesua of those permit-
are carefully ckqehad with tha re- Ford’« artificial milk, even the gnat
ted by law (Be* 6197, Rev. B ut.) (exclusive of notes apon which to­
tems of bdividusl iaoomc. If John L Henry would have no information to
tal charge not to exceed 68 cento waa mhde) was 6 none. Thu mm-
4 Duo, who has roeeivod a salsify of [give. His achievements an along
her of such loans was nano.
r 61866'or more during the year 1820, | mechanical linos; and wa have never 86. Aggregate amount o f salaries or compensation paid by this bank to
' has failed to report this payment ta|yot teen a flivver that mode s single
Chairman of Board (If say). President, Y in Presidents. Cashier,
his parsenal (A m , ho WillAaar fremj voluntary motion.
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and Assistant Cashiers for month ef January. 1981» 874688; Aa-
Statiiticiane tell as, too, that horses
haul pay of all those oMecra at January, 1921, rata af pay, 6666688 ;
of delinquents have boon | are still holding their own in «umbers,
number of them oMeors an date of this report was A
land taxes ag- in spite of the work tractors and cars 68. Aggregate astern* of salaries nr com penes tion paid to all ether em-
of thousands at are doing. Both am needed and With-
ploy cos of the bank for month of January, 1881, 66A86; Annas] pay
11 acted as tha m- out either much of the present work
uf them employees cm bools of the January. 1921. rate of pay, $669.-
suit of this »adit
|of the world would remain undone.
86; number of thorn em gp y -s on,dato of this report was 1.
I State of Oregon, County of Coos, aa:
It’s like picking up money in the
I, O. C. Sanford, CsAior of the above-named bank, do solemnly swam
Tha slHss -* t -----■*r* 666,000,000,-1street to-get the Oregon Fanner ev- that the above statement is torn to the best of my knowledge and belief.
000 to pay-thoir bill of war Oaaagooltoy week for n year at only 16 mnto]
» O. C. SANFORD, Cashier,
aad Germany mid 7 bflliom was «1 |«kun mbsrliking for the Sentinel. I
Subscribed and sworn to before me this l«t day of Merck, 1681.
aha eould pay. Be tha armies e n on |
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(Beal)
J. J. Stanley, Notary Public.
the moon aad n u e terrKnrr wBl ha| Service cm Jmt installed at Ora-
My eommisaiea expiree Pm— her 86 1086.
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LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid i n ........... ..........................
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Surplus fund ....... - ..........................................
Undivided profits .............. ............................ 8 16884.88
Lass currant expenses, interest, and taxes paid 1,88887
Interest and discount collected or credited, ig ad­
vance of maturity aad not earned (approximate)
Circulating notes outstanding... . ...................
Tbejham’s Oarage for night and day ser-l
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“You’ll Always Find
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says the Good .lodge
That you get more
genuine satisfaction
at leas cost when
you use this class o f
: tobacco.*'-
A small chew huts
so much longer than
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.
a big chew o f the
ordinary kind. A nd the full, rich real
tobacco tart» gives a long lasting chewing
n who
WÜÍ teilyoQ tft
W-B GUT is a long fine-cat tobaooo
R IG H T C U T is a short-cut tobacco
JOHNSON
Mill Wood
Hall &
Ireland
>3.00 per load
Lnave orders at the mill or
CMtnctors & killers
Coquille - Oregon