"Lest We Forget." The Record of North Carolina's Own.
S. l.: s. n., 1920?.
The Commercial National Bank
High Point, N. C.
Statement of Condition at Close of Business November 17, 1919
|RESOURCES|| ||LIABILITIES|| |
|Loans and Investments||$2,714,554.92||Capital Stock||$ 150,000.00|
|Overdrafts||1,822.10||Surplus and Profits||205,977.07|
|U. S. Bonds, Liberty Loan Bonds, Victory Notes, Certificates of Indebtedness and War Savings Stamps||760,760.35|| Rserved for taxes, accrued interest and unearned interest||16,403.08|
| || ||Circulation||150,000.00|
| || ||Bond Account||239,000.00|
|N. C. 4 per cent Bonds||210,000.00||Due Federal Reserve Bank for Liberty Bonds and Certificates of indebtedness||541,000.00|
|Guilford County Bonds||57,000.00|| || |
|Stock in Federal Reserve Bank||9,000.00|| || |
|Furniture and Fixtures||11,065.98||Notes secured by Liberty Bonds and Victory Bonds re-discounted with Federal Reserve Bank||95,700.00|
|Customers' Liability Account Acceptances||49,000.00|| || |
|Cash in vaults and due from banks||1,212,382.41||Liability Account Acceptances||49,000.00|
| || ||Deposits||3,578,505.61|
WILL INCREASE CAPITAL TO $500,000, AND SURPLUS TO $500,000, MAKING
A MILLION DOLLAR BANK ON JAN. 1, 1920
Banking industry--North Carolina--High Point--1910-1920.