NO. 9186 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The Jackson National Bank
At Jackson, in the Htate of Georgia, At the Close of Business June 23, 1915
Loans and discounts (notes held in the bank) $112,204 92
Rediscounts 30,794 10 —$ 142,999 02
Overdrafts, secured, $ unsecured, $1,159.60 1,159 60
U. 8. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) $75,000 00 75,000 00
Commercial paperdep. tosecure circulation (book value)
Other bonds to secure postal savings .. .. 1,000 00— 1,000 00
Premium on bonds for circulation
Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve bank 5,400 00
Less amount unpaid . 2,700 00 — 2,700 00
Banking house, $9,517.60; furniture and fixtures, $6,419.72 15,937 32
Due from Federal Reserve bank 2,557 48
Duefromapproved reserve agents in New York,
Chicago and Ht. Louis $ 2,135 36
Due from approved reserve agents in other re
seve cities 679 40 — 2,814 76
Due from banks and bankers (other than above) 4,769 01
Checks on banks in the same city or town as reporting bank. 178 29
Outside checks and other cash items 888.32;
Fractional currency, nickels and cents 264 69 1,153 01
Notes of other national banks 910 00
Lawful money reserve in bank :
Total coin and certificates 1,841 00
Legal-tender notes , 2,135 00
Redemption fund with U. H. Treasurer, (not more than
5 per cent on circulation) 3,750 00
Total - $258,904 49
Capital stuck paid in... - - $ 75,000 00
Hurplusfund 15,000 00
Undivided profits $ 12,845 22
Less currentexpenses, interest and taxes paid 2,176 71— 10,668 51
Circulating notes 75,000 00— 75,000 00
Dividends unpaid -
Individual deposits subject to check 34,855 25
Certificate of deposit due in less than 30 days 4,099 00
Cashier's checks outstanding "91 20
Postal savings deposits 127 39,746 72
Time deposits* t
Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days 12,695 16 — 12,695 16
Rediscounts with Federal Reserve banks 30,794 10
Notes and bills rediscounted.
Bills payable, including obligations representing money borrowed..
Total ..$258,91 '4 49
Htate of Georgia—County of Butts:
1, It. P. Hasnett, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the alrne statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
R. P. SASNETT, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30th day ot June, 1915.
8. J. FOSTER, Clerk Superior Court.
Correct—Attest: T. H. Butirill, B. A. Wright, F. 8. Etheridge, Directors.
NO. 5709 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The National Bank of Jackson
At Jackaon, in the State of Georgia, At the Close of Business June 23, 1915
Loans and Discounts (notes held in the bank) $143,664 19
Overdrafts, secured, $ unsecured, $
U. 8. bonds deposited to secure circu
lation (par value) $20,000 o*'
Commercial paper deposited to secure
circulation (book value)
Other securities deposited to secure
circulation (book value)
Premiums on other U. 8. bonds 200 00— 20,200 00
Subscription to stock of
Federal Reserve banks4,3oo
Less amount unpaid... 2,150 2,150 00
All otherstocks, including premiums
on same 1,440 13— 3,596 13
Banking house, $4,544 22; furniture and fixtures, 3,384 33 7,928 55
Other real estate owned.. 977 07
Due from Federal Reserve bank 858 69
Due from approved reserve agents in
New York, Chicago and Bt. Louis 513 79
Due from approved reserve agents in
other reserve cities. 245 56 — 759 35
Due from banks and bankers (other than above) 147 22
Outside checks and other cash items, 239 S3
Fractional currency, nickels and cents $365 17— 005 00
Checks on bank in the same city or town as reporting bank.
Notes of other National banks 475 00
Federal reserve notes 50 00
Lawful money reserve in bank:
Total coin and certificates 3,901 25
Legal-tender notes - 468 00
Redemption fund with U. 8. Treas., (not more than 5 per cent on
circulation) 1,000 00
Advances on cotton 13,195 68
Total $197,226 13
Capital slock paid in $ 50,000 00
Surplus fund 21,000 00
Undivided profits. $ 7,798 00
Less current expenses, interest and
taxes paid 4,749 10— 3,048 96
Circulating notes .. 20,000 00— 20,000*00
Less amount on hand and in treas
ury for redemption or in transit
Individual deposits subject to check 25,655 26
Cer. of dep. due in less than 30 days 1,289 68
Cashier’s checks outstanding 291 15— 27,236 09
Certificates of deposit due on or
after 30 days 15,951 41— 15,951 41
Rediscounts with Federal Res. bank 44,989 67
Bills payable, including obligations
representing money borrowed... 15,000 00
Total - $197,226 13
Stale of Georgia—County ot Butts:
I, C. T. Beauchamp. Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. T. BEAUCHAMP, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30 day of June, 1915.
8. J. Foster, Clk 8. C.
Correct—Attest: J. H. McKibbcn, J. Matt McMichael, Geo. E. Mallet,
Mrs. W. B. Wills, of Bonaire,
fe visiting Mrs. J. W. Childs.
, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ingram have
as their guests Prof, and Mrs.
Ray, of Atlanta.
' Miss Carrilu Harper is visiting
relatives in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stallsworth
and children motored to Atlanta
Saturday and were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. White.
Mrs. Threatt Moore, of Jack
son, visited Mrs. Will Smith Sun
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thurston,
of Jackson, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Childs an
nounce the birth of a son.
Misses Claude and Nelle Guest,
Kate Tolleson, Lennie Ingram
and Ruby Cawthon are in Athens
attending the teachers normal
Miss Florence Stallsworth left
Saturday for a months visit in
Mr. Ollie Woodward spent Sat
urday in Griffin.
Mrs. S. L. Johnson and chil
dren are visiting her father, Mr.
Crumley, in Milner.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Brown, of
Coleman, are spending a few days
with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bankston
and children were the guests of
relatives near Milner Wednesday.
From there Mr. Bankston left
for Borden-Wheeler Springs,
Ala., where he will spend a few
Little Mildred Childs is spend
ing a few days in Atlanta.
The season is on for
mens Straw Hats. Buy one
at a bargain from Ham &
Miss Mappy Hilley has return
ed home from a visit to friends
and relatives in Atlanta.
The Farmers’ Union met Sat
urday afternoon and had a good
meeting and decided to have a
fish fry the 3rd of July, celebra
ting the Fourth of July at Bar
Misses Clara Duke and Eva
Mae Cook spent Saturday night
with Miss Gladys O’Neal.
Mr. Dewey White conducted
the prayer services Sunday night
at which time a large crowd at
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cook and
niece, Miss Eva Mae Cook, wor
shipped in Jackson Sunday morni
Among those who attended
the singing at Worthville were
Misses Bessie and Cora Myrtis
Smith, Messrs. Ira Vaughn, Al
bert Smith and Waistein O’Neal.
The Sunbeams met Saturday
afternoon and had a very inter
Rev. Z. E. Barron will give a
lecture on the power of love Sat
urday before the second Sunday
in July to the Farmers’ Union.
Everybody invited to be present
at 3 p. m.
There will be prayer services
at the Baptist church Sunday
night to be conducted by Mrs.
W. S. Cook. Everybody come
and come for the good of the
meeting and to help yourself and
And Reasonable Rates
R. E. CHAMBERS
WHEN AT INDIAN SPRINGS
DON’T FAIL TO VISIT
Here you can find a complete of
High Grade Toilet Articles,
Imported and Domestic Cigars,
High Grade Candies and all the
Popular Fount Drinks.
In fact anything to be had at
A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE
When visiting the Springs make our store your
headquarters, you are always welcome.
Indian Springs, Georgia
Dr. J. W. Crum will
assume the manage
ment of the
In place of B. S. Crum,
who owing to his injury
is unable to continue
the laborious duties as
J. W. CRUM, Agt.
A Card of Thanks
I take this means to thank my
many customers for-their past
liberal patronage, and to now in
form them that I have recently
given my mills a thorough over
hauling. Have just started up
my wheat mill and it is doing
most excellent work. When the
new crop is a little better season
ed I expect to make as good flour
as my mills ever made of the
same quality of wheat. I find
most wheat is light and rather
immature, but is turning out
well and makes very good biscuit.
I am paying close personal at
tention to the grinding and in
tend everybody shall be pleased,
and hoping to merit your contin
ued patronage, I am.
H. A. DeLoach.
Snapping Shoals, Ga.
July Ist, 1915.
Watermelon time is here.
Paul Nolen & Cos. have a
whole car of nice ones.
The assessment of the real es
tate of the City of Jackson for
taxation for the year 1915 has
been made and protest to said
assessment must be filed with
the clerk of Council within fifteen
days from this date.
This July Ist. 1915.
J. A. McMichael, Clerk.
Furnished rooms for rent. Bry
ans House, Indian Springs. Ga.
First-Class City Hand Laundry
Next door to Joe Leach’s stables.
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