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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1818.
KILLED If J FIGHT
; 17ITII TGEIIMAflS
' Ensign Stephen ; Potter Meets
- Death After Terrific Strug
, gle With Overwhelming
Enemy Air Force. 1
- Washington, May 22. News of the
death of Ensign Stephen Totter,
naval reserves, who was killed while
lighting seven enemy ; single-seated
airplanes in the North sea on April
25, was received here today from
London representatives. of the com
mittee on public information.
The story of Potter's encounter
with the enemy says:-
"Potter left the North sea station
in a British seaplane and steered due
east until six miles west-southwest of
North Hinder light. , Another plane
accompanied Potter and kept position
to starboard throughout the action.
Two jenemy planes were sighted to
port, heading towards them, flying
low. Both British planes dived about
100 yards apart, closing upon the
r nearest JSerman.
' V Both Open Fire. .
" "Fire opened from b'oth at close
"Potter's companion had emptied
one drum from the forward cockpit
when the gun jammed. Two more
hostile planes then appeared over
head, attacking vigorously. Both
. Britons turned to the west, pursuing
the lower enemy, who soon was lost
to view. "Three "others passed astern,
following at a sharp angle. Potter'
wai close above his companion and
dove to within 100 feet of the water.
"B6th machines flattened out and
Potter's companion, being faster,
throttled down until Potter came
breast Thus they ran westward
at full speed close together for sev
eral minutes under continuous vol
ley from the rear.- .
Four More Huns.
"Four more enemy machines now
appeared in V formation.' Of seven
Germans in action four were attack
ing Potter and the others' his com
panion. Potter fell behind and be
fraii to zig-zag. lie first veered
slightly starboard, then turned at
right Ingle to port.
'Again his companion throttled
down to let him catch up and began
climbing: to reduce headway. Potter
dodged again; but" was then broad
side to all enemy machines and under J
their tire only 50 feet from the water.
His companion, 250 feet above, saw
Potter's machine burst - into flames,
came, down part of the way under
control and then crash on the port
Surrounded by Flames.
"Potter was last seen on the sur
face amid flames, which suddenly
turned to a huge cloud of smoke.
"Two of the enemy circled over the
spot then joined their companions.
When the pall had cleared mt even
wreckage was visible."
potter enrolled September 26, last,
as a se:ond-class seaman in the fly
ing corps. He was promoted to an
ensign November 2, ordered to
France, later being sent to England.
A brother lives in Detroit, Mich.
British Obtain Air .Mastery; .
Carry Fighting to Germans
New York, May 21. As vidence
thaMhe British have obtained mastery
ofjrtleairin France, the British pictor
ial service made public today a cable
gram from the British ministry of in
formation saying that 90 per cent of
combats in which British airoplanes
are now engaged take place entirely
over the uerman lines.
"It is very exceptional," the message
adds, "for amy British aviator to
be brought down over British lines
since March 21. ,
It is further stated that document
ary evidence shows that among the
uerman casualties li German regi
mental commanders, corresponding in
rank to the British brigadier general,
have been killed in action.
Bumper Harvest Looms
For People of France
Paris, May 22. Prospects for the
coming harvest in France are better
than any year since 1898, Victor
Bortt, food minister, informed the
Associated Press upon his return to
day from a week-end tour in the
"Unless unforseen situations arise
between now and harvest time," he
added, "actual restrictions on food
consumption will not be increased. 1
may even say that the restrictions at
present in force gradually will ' be
British Down 12 Hun
Planes in Day's Battles
London, May 22. Twelve German
airplanes were brought down durirfg
Monday's air fighting by British
aviators, while gun fire accounted for
another, and an additional two were
driven down oui of control, an official
announcement of the day's activities
MARTIAL LAW IN
OMAHA BANK STATEMENTS,
Charter No. 2lf. Reserve District No. 10,
- KIFORT OF CONDITIO J Ur THE
NEBRASKA NATIONAL BANK "
at Omaha, In th itata of Nebraska, at th clos of business on Mar It, till.
Loam and discount .... ..S2.71S.S4t.IS
Deduct: Total loam 2,715,549.69
Notes and bills rediscounted (othsr than bank . acceptances
aoldt 12.13 405 43
PftniilortA ' DfunrlAPo 1 Crinri ntl Foreign bill of exchang or draft sold .with Indorsement of
i vpuiayjy. , mnuci O LOltUG Ul this bank. . 213,495.43
Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured
U. S. bonds (other than Liberty bonds, but Including U. S.
certificates of Indebtedness 200,900.01
Charter No. 1720. Reaerv District No. 10.
REPORT OF THB CONDITION OF THE . -
CORN EXCHANGE BANK
At Omaha, la th stats of Nebraska, st the close of business on May 10, lilt,
V RESOURCES. ;
Loans and discounts SllSI.f4l.1T
Kaisers Friend; Czech
, Deputy Fears Reign of
London, May 22. Martial law has
been proclaimed in Bohemia and, in
consequence of "popular excesses,"
many persons have been imprisoned.
says a dispatch to the Daily Mail
from Berne, quoting the Slovcnski
Outbreaks have occurred in Pilsen,
Nachod and other towns. The vast
estates of Prince Furstenburg, a close
friend of the German emperor, have
them burned. '
Dr. von Seydler. the Austrian pre
mier, it is added, has summoned the
Cjjech deputy Stanelc, to discuss the
situation. Icputy stand: has de
clined, and has warned the premier
against a policy of violence in Bo
hemia, fearing evidently that the in
discriminate hangings and shootings
in Galicia at the beginning of the war
are to be repeated in Bohemia.
Tobacco Goes on Ration
List of Sammies In France
With the American Army in
France, May 22. Tobacco, which
heretofore has been purchased by the
soldiers or issued by the Red Cross
and other agencies, will be made a
part of th regular rations.
On the recommendation of General
Pershing the War department has de
cided upon this action.
Each soldier of the American ex
peditionary forces daily will receive
four-tenths of an ounce of smoking
tobacco and 10 cigaret papers. Cer
tain other articles may be substi
Omahans in Washington.
Washington, May 22 (Special
Telegram.) Returning from the Na
tional Live Stock Growers associa
tion recently held in Buffalo, the fol
lowing well known Uinahans are
spending a few davs in Washington
and are guests at the hotel Powhatan.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. lasts, Mr. and.
Mrs. Bruce McCulloch, Mr. and Mrs.
Fitzroberts, Arthur E. Rogers, and
B. M. Lavertv.
V. 8. bonds and certificates of Indebtedness pledged as col
lateral for state or other deposits or bills payable ......
Premium on U. 8. bonds
Liberty loan bonds:
Liberty loan bonds, SVi per cent and 4 per cent, unpledged
Payments actually made on Liberty 44 per cent bonds ...
Bonds, securities, etc. (other than U. 8.):
Bonds other than U. 8. bonds pledged to secure TJ. 8. de-
Securities other than U. 8. bonds (not including itocki)
Total bonds, securities etc., other than U. 8
Stocks, other than Federal Reserve hank stock
Stock of Federal Reserve bank (60 per cent of subscription)
Furniture snd futures
Lawful reserve with Federal Reservs bank
Items with Federal Reserve bank In process of collection
(not available as reserve)
Cesh In vault and netamounts due from national banks ...
Net amounts due from banks, bankers, and trust companies
other than Included In Items IS, 14 and IS
Exchanges for clearing house ........
Checks on other banks In the same city or town as report- .
In bank '..
Total of Items
Checks' on banks located outside of city or town of report-
' Ing bank and other cash Items
Redemption fund with U. 8. treasurer and due from V. S.
War aavlng certificates and thrift stamps actually owned ..
M. 650. 00
U. 8. bends (other than Liberty bonds, but Including
lertif testes or indebtedness):
TJ. 8. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) ...
U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness pledged to se
cure XI. S. deposits (par value)
Bonds snd V. 8. certificates of Indebtedness, owned and un
pledged Clberty Joan bonds: j
Liberty loan bends, 8 4 per cent and 4 per cent, unpledged
Liberty loan bonds. 3Va per cent and 4 per cent, pledged to se-
cure state or other deposits or bills payable
Paymen.j actually made on Liberty 44 per cent bonds .....
Bonds, securities, etc. (other man 17. 8.):
Bonds other than U. 8. bonds pledged to secure U. S. deposits
Bonds other than U. S. bonds Dledffad to aacura soatal aavlnra
deposits ; 25.000Vo
Securities other than U. 8. bonds (not Including stocks) own
ed unpledged 15,065.31
Total bonds, securities, etc.. other than U. S
Stock of Federal Reserve bank (50 per centt of subscription)
Furniture and fixtures
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve bank
Itemu with Federal Reserve bank m proces of subscription).,
available as reserve) .
Cash in vault snu net amounts due from national banks ....
Net amounts due from banks, bankers and trust companies
other than included in Items 13, 14 and 16
Exchanges for clearing house.....
Checks on other banks in the same city or town as report
ing bank (other than Item 17) ,
1,813.08 - 1,813.01
Total $4,202, 824. 8a I
Capita! stock paid In
Surplus fund ,
Less current expenaes, Interest, and taxes paid ,
Circulating notes outstanding.,..,,
Net amounts dua to national banks
Net amount due to banks, bankers, and trust companies
- Total of Items
Pemand deposits (other thsn bank deposits) subject to re
servs (deposits payable with 30 days):
Individual deposits subject to check
Certificates of deposit due In less than 30 days (other than
for money borrowed) .'
Cashier's checks outstanding
Total of demand depoalta (other than bank deposits) ,
subject to reserve 1,(10,131.61
Tims deposlta. subject to reservs (payable after 30 days, or
subject to 10 days or mora notice, and postal savings);.
Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed ....
Other time deposits ., ' " "
Total of time deposits subject to reserve. 161.171. 76
United States deposits (othsr than postal savings):
Other United States deposits. Including deposits of C B.
disbursing officer ........ 71, 0J5.I1
Bills payable, with Federal Reserve bank...
Liabilities for rediscounts, including those with Federal Re
. . 213.495.43
31, 903. CO-
Total of Items 14. 15. 16. 17 and IS $ 640,751.64
Checks on banks located outalda of city or town of reporting
bank and other cash Items .
Redemption fund with U. S. treasure- and due from U. S.
War Savings certificates and Thrift stamps actuaHy'own'e'd" .'
Other assets , .
Capital stock paid In. ,.
Surplus fund ., " ...
Undivided profits ,
Lens current expenses. Interest and" taxes paid" !.".!
Amount reserved for taxea accrued .'.
Circulating notes outstanding .... ;
Net amounts due to national banks j.
Net amount due to banks, bankers and trust companies
(other tlinu Included in Items 31 and 32)
Total of Items 33 and 33 , 11,257,711 53
Lemand deposits (other titan bank deposits) subject to re
serve (deposits payable within 80 days) :
Individual deposits subject to check
Certificates of deposit due in less than SO days (other than
for money borrowed) .... '
Certified checks - " "... .
Cashier's checks outstanding- .., .........
Moral or demand deposits (other thsn bank deposits) sub
ject to reservs, Items 34, 35, 36. 37.. t1441,!.OJ
Tims deposits subject to reservs (payable after 30 days, or
subject to 30 days or mora notice, snd nnital mirlnnV
Certificates of deposit (other thaar for money borrowed) ...J
Postal savings deposits . i, -
Total of time deooalts auMect t nnrva. Tt a ii n e
United States deposits (other than postal savings):
War loan deposit account ;
Other United States deposits, including deposits of U. 8. dls
burslng officers .-....,.,
Bills psyable, with Federal Reservs bank ............;.'
'Liabilities other than thosa abovs stated .,
15, 000. 00
11,226.61 131,026 4
Total contingent liabilities ......... . ..
Stats of Nebraska, county of Douglas, as: -
I. H. W. Yates, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly . swear that the
aoovs statement is true to me oesi oi my Knowledge anq belter. -
n. iv. i Alto, casnier.
Subscribed and sworn to before ms this 20th day of May, 1918.
(Seal.) A. W. FRANCIS, Notary Public
I,. W. SCHBIBEL,
T. W. CLARKE.
. . ..,.;-. Directors.
8to?i ti'ii'c Vf D.V;ii;?,i v---' .".190.4(
I. L. If. Tate, cashier of the abova named banV An a.i. .1. i,... .
statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. L. H. TATE Cashier
w..ev...uvw uu env.il w vciuiv llifl, luia I9n Qay OI AlSy, 1918,
Correct , Attest!
O. H. TATES,
E. P. METERS,
. r: JCUL.DA,
rj?irZ Take Advantage of the Big Savings Which Our Cash Prices Insure 'Sp
i V5 THE CASH STORE tJjgC fj
YDUREHSgi ; - Opns 9 A. M. Clos 6 P. M. , - finfiffip M
. . - m
Remarkable Apparel Values Thursday i
Spring and Summer Suits
Actually Worth to $45 Choice . . . . , . . v; . ... ...
250 handsome New Suits in serges, poplins and
gabardines ; plain . colors, checks and hairline
stripes. Also several beautiful Silk Suits, all sizes,
for women and misses. r -
Matchless Values at Thursday's Cash Price.
In most approved Spring
and Summer styles. 3cr
jg;es' poplins and silks;
most wanted colors, in
cluding blacks and navy
blues, in all
Cash Price. .
In crepe de chines, Georg
ettes and high grade ha
butai and tub silks; all
sizes and colors. Very
In taffetas, foulards, crepe
de chines, and taffeta and
Also a fine lot of serge
dresses, values you cannot
Sut, 1 1190
Charter No. S09. neserva District No. 10.
REPORT OF THB CONDITION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Omaha, In the Stat of Nebraska, at the olose of business on May 10th, 1911.
Loan and discounts 111,681,249. 0 I
Overdrafts, unsecured 12.773 . 21
U. a. bonds (other than Liberty bonds, but including U. 8. ,
certificates of Indebtedness):
TJ. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) 60,000.00
U. 8. bonds and certlflcatea of Indebtedness pledged to e- v
cure V. ft. deposits (par value). 70,000.00
TJ. 8. bonds and certificates of Indebtednesa pledged as col
lateral for .state or other , deposits or kills payable 1,4 26,000 . 00 1,(45,000.00
Liberty loan bonds:
Liberty loan bonds, Ity per cent and 4 per cant, unpledged 105,750.00
Liberty loan bonds, 1 per cent and 4 per cent, pledged to -
secura U. 8. deposits.. 275,000.00
Payments actually mads on Liberty 44 per cent bond .... 35,167.(5 415,017 . 65 I
Bonds, securities, ate, (other than U. S.: .
Bonds other than U. 8. bonds pledged to secure postal lay
ing deposits 157,000.09
Bonds and aecurttles pledged aa collateral far state, or other
deposits (postal excluded) or bills payable. T. 75,000.00
ecurltles other than U. S. bonds (not Including stocks)
owned unpledged .1 , ........ 1:4,(53.52
Tntal hnnria. ancnrltiM at Ahi than TT ft.. . Sift K9
Stocks, other than Federal Reserve bank attck (2,904.55
Stock of Federal Reserve bank (50 per cent of subscription) ; 45,000.09
Kqulty In banking house.. , . ....... ? 850,000.00
Real estate owned other than banking housa...... 2S5.047.34
Lawful reaerv with Federal Reserve bank 9:1.441.(3
Items with Federal Reaerv bank in process of collection
(not available aa reserve) . ........ (35.191. 95
Cash In vault and net amounts due from national bank ... 2,710,4(3.81
Net amounts due from banks, bankers and trust companies.. 1,383,600.94
Exchanges for clearing house 659,303.80
Checka on other banka In th sam city or town as reporting
bank M (7,357.(3
Checks on banks located outald of city or town of reporting
bank and other cash ltema 21,183.81
Redemption fund with TJ. 8. Treaeurer and dua from U. A.
Treasurer ., lt.tvo.oo ,6ZZ.bD.6
War savings certificates and thrift (tamps (dually owned .. 15,476.81
Charter No. 1633.5 ,,: H.,.r. t..i-. ,
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
OMAHA VATlnWAI. R1VB
at Omaha, In the state of Nebraska, at the close of business on Miv 10 1st
i.oans sna discounts ....,.-.... .". . ,,
Overdrafts, unsecured , A
Customers' liability under letters of credit actually used and
for which this bank has not been reimbursed
Customers' liability account of "Acceptances" executed by
...... uu.m aiiu iiuw uuiaianuina;. . . ,
U. S Bonds (other than Liberty Bonds, but Including TJ. 3.
certificates of Indebtedness):
IT. 8. bonds denoslted
TJ. 8. Bonds and certificates of Indebtedness pledged to se
cure u. n. aeposits (oar value)
A New Lot of
In all the new shades.
Worth $3.00. V ;
In plain colors and stripe
silks, the very newest
styles ; just the thing for
hot weather. This special
Vi.vh.i aiuca. jpaiu iu, .,..... .......
Surplus fund v.
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes paid .....
Amount reserved for taxes accrued...,.
Circulating notes outstanding ..........
Net amounts due to National banka $6,830,216.3 J
Net amounts due to banka, bankers, and trust companies ... 3,553,331.77
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to re
aerv (deposits payable within 30 days):
Individual deposits subject to ohack...., 1,560,331.97
Certificates of deposit dua In lass than 30 daya (other than
for money borrowed)
Certified checka ,
Cashier's checks outstanding..........;..,
Time deposits subject to reserve (payable after 30 daya, or
subject to 30 daya or more notice, and postal savings):
Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) ...
Postal savings deposits
Other time deposits.....
United States deposits (other than postal aavlnga):
War loan deposit account;...
Other United States deposits. Including deposits of U. 8. dis
bursing officers '
Bills payable, with Federal Reaerv bank
Cash letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding ......
Total. ................ ......
Stat of Nebraska, County of Douglas, as: 5
I, F. w. Thomas, cashier of th above named bank, do solemnly swear that '.
above statement la true to th best of my knowledge and belief.
. m v F. W. THOMAS, Cashier. '
Subscribed and sworn to before roe this llth day of May, 1918.
(SEAL.) , . CARL L. CARLSON, Notary Public
- Correct Attest:
'; :-, F. H. DAVIS, . . . .
" " 1 ' It, L. KOUNTZE,
. .... J- D. CREIOHTON,
' ' ' Directors.
Charter No, 3971. , . ' Reserve District No. 10.
" TJMTED STATES NATIONAL BANK. ,
At Omaha, Nebraska, In th state of Nebraska, at th clos of business on May 10, 1911.
U. ,S. bonds and certificates of indebtednesa pledged a col
lateral for stats or other deposits or bill payable
U. 8. bonds and certificates of indebtedness owned and un
Liberty loan bonds:
Liberty loan bonds. 3U Tier cent tnA a r,.r rant nnni.4.w
Liberty loan bonds, 3H per cent and . 4 per cent, pledged
to secur U. 8. -deposits, W; S. .;.
Liberty loan bonds, 8H per cent and 4 per cant, pledged
to secure state or other deposit r bill payabl
Payments actually mad on Liberty 4U oar cent henria-"
Bonds, securities etc., (other than U. 8.):
Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to (eour deposit I of
Federal Land bank ... ,
Securities other than U. 8. bonds (not Inoludlng
Stocks of Federal Reservs bank (60 per cent of
Value of banking house ,.
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve bank " tlinu.,
Cash In vaults and net amounta due from national banks . . 2,795,181 17
Net amounts due from banks, bankera, and trust companies
other than Included In ltema 13, 14 and IS 4,115,688 03
Exchanges from clearing houses k?i mi'..
Pkuba n M,U. V 1 1 .... . i ..... - . 1 A . . . .. ' "
.uons uu uiurr uniiaa iu in. asms cny or ivira as reporting
bank (other than Item 17)
Checka on banka located outside of city or town of reporting
bank and other cash Items
Redemption fund with U. 8. treasurer and due from TJ, 8.
Interest earned but not Collected approximate on notes and
- bills receivable not passed du (112,000,00).
. .. ...
Cutting Prices To Cut Down the High Cost of Living
I When you sacrifice Quality to secure Low Prices you're doing just the opposite
I trom economizing ioure wasting, iuuuti BU1H HIGH QUALITY AND
I LOW PRICES AT HAYDEN'S, which means true economy. That's the secret
I f our big Sanitary Grocery; that's the reason you'll always find it crowded.
j 10 bar Swift's Prid or Diamond C
i Soap ,38c
I Vox Washing Compound, pkg.....,10c
I pks. Cilletf Washing CrysUl. for.Se
! 4 tans Old Dutch Cleanser........ Z5c
lbs. best Bulk Laundry Starch, for. 23c
No. 1 cans Pork and Bean. . . . .... .6Ve
I No. 2 can Pork and Beans... . ...12Vsc
j 4-lb. sack Pur By Flour. .... .1SS
i t lb. Fruen's Wheat Flakes....... 23c
y Th best Domestic Macaroni. Spaghetti
or Vermicelli, pkg.............7Vie
t lb, best Whit or Tellow Cornmeal,
I for .........,.................3e
lba. Barley or Corn Flour.. 39c
' Jack and JU Cornflakes, pkg. .V,c
-le bMt Hand Picked Navy Bean.
r r lb. , 15c
t The boat No. 1 Pinto Beans, per lb.l2Vc
: lbs. best Mixed Chicken Feed . . . . 3c
! EAT MORE DRIED FRUITS AND SAVE.
. . . THE WHEAT. .
, Oiolc California Prunes." lb.... 4.. 10c
Choice CaL Evaporated Apple, per Ilk,
i; " fer j ........................ .ljy,c ;
Choice Ca. Muir Peaches, lb IS
Three-crown Muscatel Raisins, per lb..
California Seedless Raisins, lb 13c
California Bartlett Pears, lb. ..... ,20c
Cal. Seeded Raisin, per lb.... 4. .3 1-Se
Braxil Nuts, per lb.... .I....1S
Peanuts, per lb ....1S
OMAHA'S GREATEST TEA AND
COFFEE MARKET. .
Th best Tea SIf tings, per lb 20c
Choice Basket Fired Japan Tea, per lb..
for - .....30c
Choice English Breakfast Tea, per lb.,
for ;- 49c
Fancy Golden Tip Ceylon Tea, per lb.SOc
Fancy Ping Suey Gunpowder Tea, per
Our Famous Golden Santo Coffee, per
lb. , 20
" Fi pound for. , Ut
Fancy Maricaibo Blend Coffee. 25
M. J. Blend, nothing finer, per lb.35e
; Three pound lot .11.00
' OMAHA'S GREATEST FRESH
New Potatoes, per lb ."..4c
IS lba. No. 1 Western Potatoes, lb.. 23c
Fresh Sptnacht per peck .....20c
(bunches Home-grown Onion. ... .5c
Three bunches Home-grown Asparagu.
4 bunches Home-grown Radlshe . . , . 5c
Fresh Beets or Carrots, bunch. .....5c
Fresh Wax or Green Means, lb 10c
Fresh Peas, per quart.... 10c
Fresh White Texas Onions, lb Sc
New Cabbage, per lb 5c
Tomato 'or Cabbag Plants, doi....7ViC
Beautiful Blooming Geraniums, at each,
for .........12V,cand 15c
All kind of Plants for Boxes and
Hanging Baskets. ,
Butter, Cboes and Butterin All Sold Under th Most Sanitary Con
ditions and Kept Constantly Under Refrigeration.
Strictly Fresh Egg, no delivery, per
Bulk Creamery Butter, per lb.,
Wisconsin Cream Cheese 28c
New York Cream Cheese..., 30c
Fancy Cream Brick Cheese ,,..25e
Fancy Dill Pickle, doi ISc
mrIt P.WTRY HAYIrFN'C FISTU fi.WOTW
Loans and discounts..............
Notes and bill radlscounted (other than back acceptance
old) see Item 17a
Overdraft; unsecured ...... ., ...... ............. i
Customers' liability under Letters of Credit actually used
and for which this bank has not -been reimbursed
V. a. bonds (other than Liberty Bonds, but Including U.
certificates of Indebtedness):
TJ. S. bonds deposited to secur' circulation (par value) ....
V. a. bonds and certificates of indebtedness pledged to se
cur U. 8. deposits (par value......
U. 8. bonds and -certificates of Indebttdneas pledged as col
lateral for Stat or other depostta or bills payable
V. S. bonds and certificates of Indebtedness owned and un
Premium en V. S. bond.
Liberty loan bonds:
Liberty Loan Bonds, 3H per cent and 4 per cent, un
Payments actually mad on Liberty 44 per cent Bonds.... -Bonds,
securities, etc. (other than V. S.l:
Bonds other than 17. 8. bonda pledged to secure postal aav
Securities other than U. 8. bond (not Including stocks) own-
cu unpicg.u. ..,....,..,.,.
, Total bonds, securities, tte.a other than U. S
Stick of Federal Reaerv Bank (tt per cent of aubscrlntion)
Value of banking house
Lawful .reserve with Federal Reserve Bank
ltema with Federal Reserve Bank In proces' Of collection
(not available as reserve);. t
Cash In vault and net amount due from nat'onal banks
Net amounts due from bank, bankers, and trust companies
other than Included In Item 13. II, and 15
Exchanges for clearing house
Checka on other banks In th sam city or town a report
ing bank (other than Item 17V..-'.
Total of ltema 14, 15, 1, JI. and IS .....
Check on banka located ouUld of city or town of resort.
ing banta and other rash ltema report
Redemption fund with TJ. 8. Treasurer and'duV'frVm'ii's
Treasurer , u. o.
War Savings Certlflcatea and ThrifrStimiraetua'Hv oWned
B"d! ,0ld oa c"' 1 2nd
j! Tdtai . . . , '. .
r.u.. ..... . LIABILITIES;'
Surplus fund'. !"""""
I'ndl vided profits ........... J J
l.rs current expenses. interest,"and 'taie'"paid
. . "'r""1 coiieciea or credited In advance
maturity and not earned (approximate)...
Amount reserved for taaea accrued
v , 1,452.00
capital stock paid In
Undivided profits . . ,
Less current expenses. Interest, and taxea oald
Irttereat and discount collected or credited. In ad vane of ma
luruy ana not earned approximate ($87,177.41)
Amount reserved for taxe accrued ................
Circulating notes outstanding ,
Net amounts due to national bank 8,834,178,09
Net amounts due to banks, bankera, and trait companies
(other than included In Items 81 and 32) 7,440,803.13
ueiutiuu uepusua miner man DanK aeposus) suojecc
serve (aeposits payable within 30 days): ,
Individual deposits subject to check
Certlflcatea of deposit due In less than 10 days (other
for money borrowed) ....
Certified checka .......v. ..
uasnier a eneexs outstanding
Dividends unpaid ...........
Other demand deposits ......
Time deposits Bubject to reserve (payabl after 30 days, or
subject to 30-days or mor notice):
Certificates of deeposlt (other than for money borrowed) ...
United State deposits (other than poatai aavlnga):
War loan deposit account .. .y.
War savings certificate and thrift stamp deposit account ...
Other United States deposits, including deposit of U. 8. dis
bursing officers ....... ,.,.. ..........
U. S. bonds borrowed without furnishing collateral security
Bills payable, .with Federal Reaerv bank. ......... .........
Cash letters ofNcredlt and travelers' checks outstanding ....
Acceptances executed for customer
Liabilities other than those above stated, subscriptions to U.
' S. Liberty loan account customer ..........
State of Nebraska, county of Douaiaa. as:
I, Ezra Millard, cashier of th above-named bank, do solemnly swear that th
' abovs (tatement is true to th beat of my knowledge and belief.
, .. . .. i ' . EZRA MILLARD, Cashier. '
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of May, 1918.
(SeaL) i . s. , - L. D. SPALDING, Notary Publlo,
. , - Correct Attest. ARTHUR C, SMITH,
" L. C. NASH,
. ' , WALTER W, HEAD,
" . .. Director.
- , 467.081.31
Circulating notes outstanding
Net amounts due to National bank.. 3,148,093.31
Net amounta - due to banks, bankers, and trust companies
(other than Included in Items, 31 or 32) 4,883,(28.68
Demand depoalta (other than bank deposits) subject to Re
serve (deposits payable within 30 days): ' s
Individual deposits subject to check 10,091,277.00
Certificates of deposits due In less than 30day (other than
for money borrowed).,.. , 122,113.91
Certified checks..... i 15,052.00
Cashier's checks outstanding. 153.902.7S
Dividends unpaid ,. " 100,084.00
Time deposits subject to Reserve (payable after 30 days, or
subject to 30 days or more notice, and postal savings):
Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) .. 535,531.69
Postal savings deposits 114,143.05
United Statea deposits (other than postal savings):
War loan deposit account..... 831,200.00
Other United States deposits. Including deposits . of U. S.
disbursing officers... . 152,354.'3S
Bills payable, with Federal Reserve Bank.. ,
Cash Letters of Credit and Travelers' Checka, outstanding.
Liabilities other than those abovs atated. Tartlal payment
on Liberty Bonds
Liabilities for rediscounts, inoludlng those
Reserve Bank (see Item Id)
State of Nebraska. County of Douglas, ss:
I, R. TA Morsman, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that th
above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
' R. P. MORSMAN, Cashier.
Subscribed and Sworn to before me this 20th day of May. 1918.
. Correct Attest:
E. E. LA.VDSTROM.
- Notary Public.
. ' EDWARD D. BURKE,
. . x 4 . 1 ' - tSROROB. BRANDEIS,
; THOMAS A. FRY:
! ' . Director.
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