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"Lest We Forget." The Record of North Carolina's Own.

S. l.: s. n., 1920?.

Compliments of
The Commercial National Bank
High Point, N. C.

Statement of Condition at Close of Business November 17, 1919

RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loans and Investments$2,714,554.92Capital Stock$ 150,000.00Overdrafts1,822.10Surplus and Profits205,977.07U. S. Bonds, Liberty Loan Bonds, Victory Notes, Certificates of Indebtedness and War Savings Stamps760,760.35 Rserved for taxes, accrued interest and unearned interest16,403.08  Circulation150,000.00  Bond Account239,000.00N. C. 4 per cent Bonds210,000.00Due Federal Reserve Bank for Liberty Bonds and Certificates of indebtedness541,000.00Guilford County Bonds57,000.00  Stock in Federal Reserve Bank9,000.00  Furniture and Fixtures11,065.98Notes secured by Liberty Bonds and Victory Bonds re-discounted with Federal Reserve Bank95,700.00Customers' Liability Account Acceptances49,000.00  Cash in vaults and due from banks1,212,382.41Liability Account Acceptances49,000.00  Deposits3,578,505.61Total$5,025,585.76Total$5,025,585.76

WILL INCREASE CAPITAL TO $500,000, AND SURPLUS TO $500,000, MAKING
A MILLION DOLLAR BANK ON JAN. 1, 1920


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Subjects:

  • Banking industry--North Carolina--High Point--1910-1920.
  • Advertisements--1910-1920.