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MKIWQM) JVfATJ; TRIBUNE, MTDDFORD. . .OIjEOON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. 10, 10.15
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OPENS SECOND YEAR
Y, SEPI. 13
An nducnllonnl I iiHtl ttt t Ion which
la rniildly forking nhnad In tlio ostl
nintlon of tlio public, in tho Modrord
Comniorclnl Callow, which w'nnus
tabllshod n yenr nno liy Mr. niiil Mrs,
II. I. Van (Hitler unit Mr. S. II. Hart
in nil, who liiivo proved thnmSoIvcs to
bo comniorclnl (encliors of uiuibuuI
Tlio school will enter upon tlio boc
ond yonr of Its existence next Mon
day, Sopt. 13th, when Mr fall term
opjms. Plans havo boon inado for In
creased efficiency In all departments,
an It Is tho policy of tlio manngoru
to give their students every facility
posslblo, which will nRRUino tho suc
cessful coinplotlon of tliolr courses of
A feature connected with tho work
of tho school which ban proved very
popular, nnd which hns created con
siderable cnlhiis'.nsm ninong tho stu
dentR, Ih tho monthly "Contest Day."
On tho last Friday of each month,
various contests art) held nnd effi
ciency nwnrdB nro prcBonlcd to tho
wlnnors. Tho awnrdH nro prcHonted
by bo in o buslncRR or professional man,
who dcllverM a short nddrcHH which
Ih llBtcnod to with much IntcroRt by
tho Btudcnlfl, nnd whlRh Borvcs to
ntlniulato them to still greater of
fortn In t)clr studios. These con
tests wilt be continued during the
coining year, and soino now features
will bo added.
Another fenturo not found In many
similar schools (s tho offlco practlco
dopartmont, which has n comploto
equipment of modern offlco applian
ces. Evory studout, boforo graduat
ing, Is reqtiplred to upend n cortnln
iimouut of tlino In thin office, whero
ho Is tnught to do tho things required
In every well-regulated liiiBlncsn of
flro. Tho result Ih that every grad
unto of tho Bchool "makeB good" to
n marked dogroo upon accepting n
position. I'lans hnvo been made to
render tills department still moro ef
ficient, aa tho mnnagors bollovo in
progress, tliolr motto being "Do to
day bettor than yesterday."
Tho courses of windy offered by
tlio Medford Commercial college nro
very complete nnd prartlcal, tho
tenchors seeking to glvo their stu
dentH thoHo thluga which will bo of
real holp to them In nfter yours.
Non-esnentlals nro eliminated, mid
mihjoctB nro taught which have both
n cultural nnd prartlcal value In
arranging the course of study, nnd
selecting tho texts nnd systems used,
tho malingers nro uuliniuporud by any
ono "higher up' with tho rosult that
IntoiiMly IntcreHtluK and Instructive
cnurfoa are offered to tlio young puo
plo of southern Oregon, it will pay
tho young man nnd young woman
who desires to "get on In the world"
to Investigate the opportunities of
fered by this school, which Is well
cnllod "the school of best results."
HERE SHE IS-ONE OF NEW PERFECT WOMEN
EAGLE POINT EAGLEIS
lly A. C. nowlctt
On Knlunliix of Iik-I wick Miur
IJujile Point correspondent took n
trip up Little llutto creek In attend
nil outdoor ineetiiiK o' the Uike Crtrk
(liiinge and picnic dinner, hut wu
hotuowliHt iliRiippointed when $ tench
cil tho picnic groiuuU to dieocr
Hint they were jimt hhIiiik dinner, nnd
1 huil en ton a lunch jm,t hh I left
lnmie nt 11 o'clock n, in., io Hint I
lliid no upiKtito to lie wilist'ifd. Hut
Hiimo ulioletiouled MMiplc wmld in
6it ou iiiv outiuir after all of m pro
tclinr.. Hut the dinner uim euoiiuli
to tempt any one to cut without uu
est i ii pci'Hindiuie, lint if I could nut
iwl 1 could cujo Kcciay otlierx enjoy
tlio (liiuior, iinyhuw. Tbtuo wer
iiliout lliiity-five or foity perxoin
pi-. MUtit mill fully ho ihdiiv Imlicx n
II1CII, Slid IMldl ill(l With tile other In
tut hIiii could uiiikc (lie Oilier the Imp
Jiicr. After dmiior WHr. oxer nnd un
hour ur nu MHUt hi it mm-in! wnv,
(liotHH nt eoiivHM wtttfoii hkmiH, lt.,
woie tictcl:h on h wiir iiimi tn-
lo trvc a rou nil tbn hmiIm tknt hntl
IjUtiu pivnit( mim! Ur iiDWMiny
iinilxl U) 1'iufrwMir CUmiich tu miw
iilhiilc it the nicluxiuo to kmr tUf
fipOflXiiiK, uiul ouii the coiiiimii wnii
tjonteil mimI lie Im-khii tu if rt nil v tu
introduce the ( kr m ilu himr,
mid HiHunir tin- iii-i thing kv uid
WUU UmM lit- -)' li v. i- to Ik kik'iin.
uiul tbn he would i 'i .iHhilt) MHd
tllOII kH.V Ihlll III- H,. I, - ol:iy tU
lie "ili'iirt, un. I i.u.i'U tii, nit nn;
it Urn be uiiiihI.k . ,i . i-. .urukrr
Mr. (tniiilN.v ui It..!..,! -tut; hii-
nOUIU'Uil IHllt ll' ii il laMMl
nbulll ill1 In -I llniiJ li ,ild ,i
lie UMi'i'd lli. 'I -mi i .. il,.-
iuMi'e "nlil i'i- --1. 1 1 i i.l i..
tilled nl li i' i i ' .
IIIHkc .' - (rt'l i 'l ii
Uiul Ji" " uhv i
fcj. i-l, l.-i I lor I'll. . i. '
jmeil io -Jl ..! -i I.
LOS ANG12LKS, Sep. It). Are you
ono of the new perfect women? Wliut
do yon meiiHiiro up to the new dinicii
tioim of perfect womnnhond 1
Hero nro the feet and inches which
denote feminine perfectien:
Height fi feel I incliew.
Weight l.'ll poiindH.
Length of uriim (M inclie".
Chest circumference 112 inches.
W'nist HUVfc inclieM.
Kow tlio ipiestion i", how near i'o
you come lo this? Tho ' tnensiirc-
montH were outlined 1V the nntionnl
eonfereiici" for nice liettermeiit while
in Hessioti in San I'rnuciico.
AlihH Allele Toffee of this eilv is
one of Die fitst to piove herself h
cnnilidnte for the new-womnii perfec
tion. Her inoniiiroiuentH vary hut
slightly from those outlined tit the
Of course, if you don't mennuro up,
there is u remedy, always providing
,ou start with about the right height.
If your chest doesn't measure up
lo standard, exercise, deep brentliiim:
and pymmisticK will do the work.
If your nnns nre not loiifr enough
the nthletie instructor nt tho "gym"
will tell you how to lengthen them.
If your wnist isn't us big cs it
ought to be, strengthen nnd enhrgo
tint muscles of the ubdoincn with
right exercine; or if it U too large,
the hiiiiio process will reduce it.
.So if you nro not ns nenr perfect
n possible, it's no one's fault but
did vory well, us you know that n
lawyer is supposed to bo ulile to
speak in favor of any subject. Hut
he apologized for being in thul role
by saying thai he hud been ruined ou
u farm nnd luul hut! some practical
knowledge of farm life. The nex:
speaker was Mr. Cowley, the district
deputy for tho master of tho state
grange, nnd ho guvo us n good, prne
lical talk on tho workings of the
grange, not only in this state, but
throughout the entire country. Then
Mr. Herkholt, muster of the Willow
Springs grange, wus culled on nnd
he commenced by saving Hint he
iicut innilo u speech in Ins life and
never oxpeeled to, l nt hu did very
well, considering that he hud never
niiido it speech, for he lold us sheveral
good lliings, mid 1 believe Hint il ho
would uiiike up his mind that he could
Hint he would miiko u success in Hint
line. Then the ohuirmuu, Mr.
Cliuncc, called on yonr Hagle Point
coi respondent for a speech, slating
Hint he had formerly belonged to the
Kuglc Point gniugc nnd knew some
thing of tho woikiuH of the oldeil
so lie got up mid tri-'d to tell some of
tho nd milages of being u member of
tho grange by eitilnir the diffcicnee
in Hie handling of our wool in tin
curly iln. while the grange was or
ganized in Douglas county, und the
wool grower put their wool nil to
gether mid demanded u good price tor
their wool. We in .lackson count v
were simply nt the mercy of the spoe
ulator mid he ileninnded the wool at
his price, nnd we wore foircd to take
il simply fo lack of oiynnir.ution.
After the siweehifyiug wus over those
who were not motiiliui wcie iunttsl
to iclue und tho legulur liiiMiness of
tliii gmnge was tnkeu up mid two now
nieiuhiu-H were initiated. Tlieie were
Icps t: ken (o erect a hu-gu hall near
the grove, u joint stock urmiuwinent,
to he used for the grunge dull ami
any oilier puiposv that ittljglit come
up. Owing to the ract thai the farm
ers up lliere were busy with (heir nl
fulfil ha, the thinl mop, there whs
not the atteuilHiiee nt the inei'ting
that there would have het-u if (he peo
ple had not been mi hu-.v. Hut the
piospcet is jfooil for making a grand
fcinwi.ii of the gi-unge movonicnt in
that iieigliboilioo.l, for when such
moil iim TlionuiH Pm low, l.einon Clwr.
loy, .iHiiies CulhciUon, C. I). Sehetl,
Ileiuuiii Meyer, dr., mid a hot of the
blight women in Hint section take hold
of u move it bus to go. While I uas
Hiaie 1 met C. ). Sclicll, and he In
lonued me Unit his falher. S veur
old, lind liefu sHiiihng tltie -iimnier
with linn und had jiint retuined lo hw
hoiue in Ncliruska.
C. D. Sehell comnieiieed his school
in tho new scIiooIIioiish with new fur-nitur-
on Monthly, September (1, in
the Kuii ettlciutnl.
Mis. AIUIH (llHlId (l.Hcts to eHll-
iiiiMce her nchiwl next Mondtiv, the
'tli, in the Uku Crvok tlistiiet.
Mmu. JmIiW IIhhmisi spent Knda
oijjht with iih autl went to Flounc
Itek Uistnct lo isMnwouee her school
It. 1'twt ot Misllunl mid Mish Fun
nn iiursi were lurv Un siii)Kei Sim
day wtM. Thv n out tu mm' ,
about n position o leueher in uu
school, hut lottmed tbut thir wti
no vciu)c. (
I'rof4Ji ('. K. Johnson i-om- ,
wmd hi schtMil iu Uuivl Hill dt- '
Our iM'howl comiiumiicI lu.i Moo
ilnv. hut nil tbal was dune wn- :..
fMrnll I he iimincm aad Im M.igio it i
lltair 4aH in tha iUM ., n,,,,
unr siij aaaw earnilnl
Mr. ami Ml. Q. W. T.din k ,il i
M.i'mo WaK aw vimting Vi. IVd
MS, l'. T. Twdwu-k. on ili,
I Hi, ' ...l. ,.tir
M i . o l-ii. I
nil... ,. i.i v lli'
in;,' the innil from Kugle Point to Per
sisl. His sister, Miss Mae, is visit
ing fiionds in Kugle Point.
L. 0. Pnlmer of Cent ml Point, who
bus been up in the hills taking un
outing nml making shakes, returned
Saturday uiul brought out his step
son, Andrew, slepduiighter, Lorenc
Grigsbv, nml Lew Smith, und spent
the night ut the Suuuyside, mid Mr.
P. und son went on to C'ntrnl Point
Sunday morning, but Loreno remain
ed heio up to Wednesday morning.
Miss Francos Heath was visiting
friends in Medford Saturday,
Messrs. Knight und lliiliop have
shipped u carload of penis from here
Frank Cantor and family returned
from Washington las) Saturday.
Mtx. McAithur und hor sister, Miss
Mntid Coilios, daughters of the fore
man of tho Aluvista orchard, were in
town ou business Inst Moudnv.
Mis. It. (I. Itrowu wus attending
to business in Mcillord Mommy.
A. .1. Florcv icporls Hint they have
pullets that lay otfgs ut four month
M. K. Hoot uiul It. I, Young of the
F. & P. Co. were licio Mondnv.
Mr. Siisihi WJnIlscr. who bus been
visiting her grandchildren for the
past week, retained to her home iu
Joe Peel has been huulitur hilled
buy nnd storing it iu the old bakery
Willinm OrcMNoni has shipped in
seven w ne gHtes nml a lot of windows
and doors, the latter for his new
Mix. Pitsl Dutton und Mrs.. ,1. A.
Montgomery weio uuiiing the liusi
uesH cnllors Momluy.
Mr. ('has., our school supervisor,
mid L. P. Huntington, who nre work
ing iu the interest of the school fair,
weic hoe Tuesday morning looking
for exhibits for the county fair.
Frank Lewis of the Lewis confec
tionery mid Kov Ashpole, one of our
hiinlwnic merchants, have gone lo
woik nml cleaned up tho street in
front ot ami between their places of
business, mid Wes L (Tuldictli has
joined (hem iu the good work, great
ly improving tho uppenrnucti of (he
Kd Walker, our efficient game vvur
den, was hete Tius.dHv for dinner,
mid so wus Willinm Nickel mid Ami
ley Mover and his uncle, llermuu
Mover. Sr. He hud just leturncd
I coin the Medford hospitul, where he
hud been confined for the past two
The uceidcutal shooting of lleuiy
i Piev has caused a ilecn fueling or
viii pa thy lor the bereaved families.
FACES COURT MARTIAL
WASHINGTON. Sept. 10. Lieu
tenant Colonel. Lovvls B. Uoodlor, V,
S. A., stationed nt San Francisco, hns
been ordored before a general court
SOFIA, Sept. 10. I'romlor Vnslel
Madotavoff In tin Interview today
w'ltlt tho Associated Press declared
tho Bulgarian people were ready to
meet tho situation caused by tlio In
ternational crisis nnd that economic
condltlona In tho country woro ex
cellent. "Our government Is engaged In ne
gotiations with tho entente powern
regarding concessions on tho part ot
Serbia," ho continued. "While theso
negotiations nro In progress It Is ut
terly absurd to talk of nn attack by
Bulgaria on Serbia, as Is predicted In
some quarters. To do ro might re
sult lu n catastrophe for Bulgaria.
"Our government Is negotiating
also with tho Central powers, with
tho aim of obtaining tho best results
for tho national cause. Tho fact
that Bulgaria Is treating with both
groups of belligerents Is quito In
accordance with tho desire of our
govcrnmont and ot tlio opposition."
"Our relations with Turkey nro
excellent," ho flnld in conclusion.
ItKPOKT OK TUB CONDITION OF
The Farmers & Fruitgrowers Bank.
nt Medford, In tho State of Oregon, nt tlm close of business, SepL 2. l!)lo.
Loans and discounts T m0iio
Overdrafts, Bocured and unsecured ; g ,.-959
Bonds nnd warrants - 10O 00
Stocks and other securities 7 OOOOO
Furniture and fixtures - GOOo'oo
wilier 1e.11 ramiu num.-.. . .. K.o r.r,
tO OnllKS 1 ' nro nn
Duo from approved reserve
Checks und other cash Items v - - ' ?
Kxchanges for clearing liouso 11 7cc!il
f'neli ntl li'inil .-. ....
Cash ou hand
Capital stock paid in .
Liabilities ' . p . nn
.-. -.-.- ' 5?'?22'52
Undivided nroflts. less cxpciiBcs nnd tnxes pniu !:?
Duo to bnnks and bankers ....- - 0Vni77n
Individual deposits subject to check 2' ciq r.n
Demand certificates of deposit - ' Jr'4
Certified checks Joo
Cashier's checkn outstanding no BVu' '.
Itliil or AVonmii
(FromOlolic, Ariz., Itccord)
FOR SALB A human talking parrot
for snlu cheap. Mrs. Emma Hcss-Icr.
martial at San Francisco October 1.
It Is Bald Colonel Goodlor hns been
' Interfering with administration of af
fairs at tho aviation school nt San
Diego. Tho formal chargo Is conduct
prejudicial to good order nnd mili
Get Rid of Scrofula
How? Take S.S.S.
Fifty Years' Uc Provc S. S. S.
Will Relieve Stubborn Cases
he will L
don the v
t U TT 1 AH l rU I .
21 miles louth of San Trincltco
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l . . I . .
rut tl I II t
itM 111 !- iUliMUl
bHl (ntli t(lMlrw4 ! ki.kiitl
mm 1 f Um n wl kl l IMf4iiiit it UM t
U' l ttStait
I ( HiMtiliiMiiU
You hnvo noticed the llttlo fester
.nc; pimples on tho face and body
iwelllng of tho glands soreness In
ho legs and arm muscles. These nre
.ho flyniptoms of Scrofula. You
may havo somo" of theso yinp
loins, possibly tho' taint of Scrofula
infection. But in cither case, It Is n
Jangerous condition. Your blood Is
Infected, Impure, and you can never
hope to gain perfect health until the
Impurities nro washed from tho syo.
tern. If you feel badly all tho time,
you must cravo health. If you want
to feel renewed spirits, tho glow of
perfect health, bright eyes, clear
skin, tho kuowlcdgo that you nro
well, you ran do so. Clcnnso your
blood by taking; S. S. S. For fifty
years It lion been the stnndnrd blood
purltler. It relieves tho trouhlo by
renourlsblng the blood, renewing Its
strength, and Htluiulatlng tho flow so
that the blood regains its lost vitality,
and throws off tho poison. Even
long-standing rases respond. But
you must use S. S. S. O'.iko It for all
blood Infections, t Get It nt your
If you need special advice, wrlto
tho S. S. S. Co., Atlautn. On.
Time and Savings Deposits
Notes nnd bills redlscountcd
Bills paynblo for money borrowed
Total . $172,373.08
8TATB OF OltBGON. County of Jackson, SS:
1, It. F. Antic, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear tnai
tho above statement Is true to tho best of my knowledge and bcllor.
II. r . ATnTI'ti,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this lth day of September. 1915.
T. B. LUM8DBN.
W. II. STBWAIIT.
lMCI'OItT OF TUB CONDITION OI
The First National Bank
nt Medford, lu Ilio.Stato of Orogon, at tlio close of business, Sept,
Loans and discounts (notes held iu bank)
U. S. bonds doposltod to secure circulation (pur
U. S, bonds pledged to secure U. S. deposits (par
Premium on II. S. bonds 5,287.50
Bonds other than V. S. bonds pledged to nccuro
postal savings deposits 8,000.00
Securities other than l. S. bonds (not Including
Blocks) owned unpledged , 66,00 US'!
Total bonds, securities, etc .
Subscription to Mock of Federal Ilesorvo Bank.... 7.S00.00
Less amount unpaid II.POO.OO
Value of banking house (If unencumbered) S5.000.00
Furniture nnd fixtures
Ileal estate owned other than banking bouso
Net amount due from Federal Hosorvo Bnnk
Net amount due from approved icsorvo agents In
Now York, Chicago, and St. LouU 1. 50 1.33
Net amount due fiom approved rosorva agents lu
other reiervo cities 2S.033.23
Net niuount due from banks nnd bakers (other
than Included above)
Kxchangos for clearing bouso
Outside checks and other cash Items 3,SS0,SI
Fractional currency, nickels, and cents 273. 05
Notes of other national banks
Total coin nnd certificates ......
Itedomptlon fund with U. S. Treasurer (not moro
than 5 per rent on circulation)
No. 158. . ,
Itl'POUT OF TUB CONDITION OF
The Jackson County Bank
at Medford, In tho State of Oregon, at tho closo of business, Sopt. 2, 1915
Loans nnd discounts G?'i?A'oo
Overdrafts, secured ond unsecured Jo 2?
Bonds and warrants 3",0in In
Stocks and other securities 15'?B2
Banking houso :'2'252'?2
Other real estato owned 17,788.1.
Duo from bnnks (not rcservo banks) 2,034.60
Due from approved rcservo banks 70,681.20
Checks and other cash Items 2,'i?I,Io
Exchanges for clearing liouso i 2,060.28
Cash on hnnd 1 - 24,626.03
Other resources - 700.96
Capital stock paid iu $100,000.00
Surplus fund 75,000.00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxos pnld 8,058.43
Duo to banks and bankers 10,150.88
Individual deposits subject to check 247.422.03
Domnnd certificates of deposit .'. 7,055.43
Certified checks 1,200.00
Tlmo and Savings Deposits 158,337.63
Bills payable for money borrowed : ro,U00.U0
Hcserved for tnxoa 456.25
Total .'. . $66$,28'0.C6
STATB OF OltBGON. County of .inckson. SS:
1, C. W. McDonald, cashier of the abovo-nnmod bank, do solemnly swear
that tho above Rtatemonl Is truo to the best of my knowledge nnd belief.
c v. Mcdonald,
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 9th day of September. 1915.
W. I. VAWTEH.
' V. J. KMBRICK.
OBO. R. LLNDLBY.
REPORT OF TUB CONDITION OF
The Medford National Bank
Capital stock paid iu $100,000.00
Surplus fund . . 30,000.00
Total Capital and Surplus
Fndlvlded protlts 15,122.94
Less current expense, Interest, nnd taxes paid ... 6,817.72
Circulating notes 100,000.00
Less amount on IihihI and In Treasury for redemp
tion or In transit 3,302.50
Net niuount due to approved resurvo ngonts In
other cities 80.62
Duo to banks and bunkers (other than included
above) ,. 1,232.55
Dlvldomls unpaid -r,'00
Individual dopoMts subject to ohock 239,319.11
Certificate of deposit due in Ion than 30 days.. . 23,113 t.2p
Cert mod cheeks 5Q0.0Q
Cashier's checks outstanding S8I.28
Fulled States depotlU 1.000.00
Postal havings deposits ,t,S70w
CortlfiiatM of tUposIt S8.4S3.RS
Other time deposits 12,8T2.l
Notes and bill rctlltcoMUtori olsewhuru tlmu nt
Fwlsral Rwwrve, Ikuik U.OOQ.OO
Bills KivabU. tiiriudivig obligation renrasonllng
money horrnwd -
Leltem of irwltt
STATK OK OKKOOX. CMHlV irf Jh. H;
1. Oris r-rawtenlt sttllilur Of the ahovwtwl Uniik, 4o oleiiinly swear
Uiat tli above statiMatit to tmo to lb hctt of my kHOWlliM and Imllof.
aubiilb4 u4 mmm UHl IU vtay ( Simjr. ISIS.
I ' NUrjr lMthMt.
I iL I- ALTORJ.
I J II POOLttY.
I IIKS'RY liPT
nt Medford, In the State of Oregon, nt tho closo ot business, Sopt. 2, 1915
Loans nnd discounts (notes held In bank) $392,235.99
U. S. bonds deposited to securo circulation (par
Premium on U. S. bonds 2,300.00
Totnl U. S. bonds '.
Bonds other than U. S. bomls pledged to becuru
postnl savings deposits 5,000.00
Bonds and securities pledged ns collateral for
Stato, or other deposits or bills payable
(postal excluded) 5,000.00
Securities other than U. S. bauds (not Including
stocks) owned unpledged 9,695,08
Total bonds, securities, etc
Subscription to stock of Federal Rcservo Bank.... 7,500,00
Less niuount unpaid 3,750,00
Value of banking houso 43,800,00
Furnlturo and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking house
Net amount duo from Federal Reserve Bank
Net amount duo from approved rcterve ugonts In
New York, Chicago, and St. Louis 10,336.59
Not amount duo from approval! reserve agents In
othor reserve cities 111,295.75
Net amount duo from banks nnd bankers (other
than Includod above)
Exchanges for clearing house ....
Outside checks and other cash Items 375.14
Fractional currency, nickels, and cents 302,97
Notes of other nntionnl bnnks
Total coin nnd certificates
Redemption fund with l. S. Treasurer (not moro
than 5 per cent ou circulation) .....
Capital stock paid In $100,000.00
8urplus fund 25,000.00
total capital and surplus
Less current expenses, Interest, nnd taxes paid ...
Individual deposit, biibjoct to cheqk v
Certificates of deposit uue In less than 30 da) a
Certified checks .'.
Cashier's checks outstanding ....
Postal snvinRs deposits . .
State, county or other municipal deposits secured
by Item 4c of "RoKourccs" v ,.
Doposlts requiring notlco of loss than 30 days
Certificates of deposit
Other time doposlts w
Bills payablo. including obligations representing
Loiters of crudit ,
XTATh5 Of OltKtlON. County f JctatCMii. SS:
1, JoHji 5. on, MSliler of the aovonHied bank, dp solemnly sw
that tho nluve statiNNiHt to Irne to the liet of my knowledge and belief.
JOHN S. ORTII,
SMtowrlfeft! jmI twri le kalara we this Its n of SeptoUar. 1315.
Q. M. ROniJRTS.
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V. H. MHRR1QK,
J A PKRRY.
W II OORK.
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