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Statement of Condition of
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JULY 16, 1917
Loans and Discounts
Furniture & Fixtures
Premium on Bonds
Cash & dus from Banks 33,822.93
" " 1913
" " 1913
Steady Growth T
ells its Uvni
We Feel Very Proud of our Growth during the
SIX YEA153 ve ha-JZ been in businc:-:-, and wish to thank all our friends and
patrons for their loyai support. And we wish to assure them that it is our ear
nest desire to them in any capacity that we are capable of, that is con
sistent with modern banking methods. If you are not a patron of this growing
institution, give us a chance to show you that we arc YOUR FRIEND. As you
will notice, we hav: increased our capital 100 pzr cent, and therefore we are
better pre'.cred to render you greater service.
Oar Depositors Number Some Over
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ARE YOU AMONG THEM?
SOMETHING OF THE STABILITY AND POPULARITY OF THIS INSTITUT
ION GAN BE GATHERED BY REFERENCE TO THE FOLLOWING LIST OF
STOCK HOLDERS. WHO REPRESENT THE MOST CONSERVATIUE BUSI
NESS MEN OF THIS SECTION :
ABE ADLER A.S.ALLEN J. H-ALLEN A. T. ANGE J. H. ANGE
J. E ASKEW M-L. AYERS AYERS & WEEDE B. D. BATEMAN G. L. BOWEN
D. F BATEMAN T W. BATEMAN H.A.BLOUNT. J. W. BLOUNT G. W. BOWEN
P. W. BRINKLEY J. T. BROWNING W. W. BROWNING
G-DARDEN M- G. DARDEN J. W. DARDEN H. D- DAVENPORT
M. H- DIXON A- R. DUPREE C C FAGAN M- S. FAGAN
L-YV. GURKIN YV-T-GURKIN G- H- HALE W. R. HAMPTON
CB. HOLMES J. M-HORTON J. F. JACKSON L. A. PEAL
MRS. F. A- JONES J- R. KNOWLES O. R. LEGGETT
C F. McNAIR CJ NORMAN Z V, NORMAN C W. OWENS
MRS- M. W. NORMAN J. D. PHELPS J. R PHELPS T. L. SATTERTHWAITE
W. H PHELPS J. E REID J. S-SHUGAR T. L. SMITH J. W. SNELL
T. W. SNELL W. T. SPRUILL HARRY STELL R. P. WALKER M J. STILLMAN
B-E. STEPHENSON P. B- TOMLINSON S. A-WARD DR. W. H- WARD
W. 3. WATTS W. R. WHITE WILLIFORD & CAMPBELL
D. O. BRINKLEY
E. J. CONKLIN D
P. E. DAVENPORT
J. A GETSINGER
W. C HARRISON
R. W. JOHNSTON
V. B. MARTIN
When Yon Want Money, WE HAVE IT; When You Have Money, WE WANT IT
4 Per Cent. Paidn Certificates of Deposit and Savings Accounts, Compounded Quarterly. r
D. O. BRINKLEY, President
M. J. STILLMAN, Vice-President
W. B. WATTS, Cashier
fr t:-i ?i rsh Car Uv-i into
) r i . l
"i ! f )ip.r.)!lo;vinT:'.chr!clul.- fi'ruros
punished "a:;inror.natiun ONLY and arc
not ini.ir nteed.
Trains leave Plymouth North
Krt 4-3:54 A. M. daily Pullman
Slecnin Car for Norfolk. ,
v If 9i2-2f) P. M. daily fo Edenton,
M 3-12:34 A. M. daily-NjVhiSex
Frt'ss for FayetteviUe, Charlotte, PulT
man S'eening Cars to Kaleih,
em a;id intRrmcdiate stations.
No. 11 :2S P. M. daily for Washing
o", :-h, Gold.-'oor'., Ileaut'ort and
inl.Tnu-'uiate staiionu. Pullman Parlor
Car f'jr Ncv I '.em.
l';r fur'.iu'f int()i-niiiti.)!i pnllnian
rf.. i vaii-'iis aply to I. H. Pailey,
Tiok.-t Ai'cMil, I'lymou.h, N. ('.
V.. 1). Kylo, Traffic Mana ger.
II. S. Loard. (ien'l. Passenger Atf:nt.
..M-9 Wm U
ZI3U VANCE NOKJIAN
AHorney & Counsellor at law.'
Plymouth. N. C.
Money to lend on farm land.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS.
II. W. Cabarrus
Matilda C.-b irrus
Tlio defendant above named will
ts.ke notjCi! ta.xt an iiction entitled as
auove has commenced in the
b'upetior iJuurt of Washington County
for an absolute t!i -orco ; and the said
d-fendant will further take notice lhal
she is required to appear at thy next
term of the Superior Court of the said
county, to be held on the 1st Monday
in August, 1917, at the court house in
said county, in Plymouth, N. C, and
answer or demur to the complaint in
said action, or the plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief demanded
in said complaint. '
This July 5. 1!17.
C. V. W. AUSUON, G. S: C.
Order of the Board of Commissioners
of Washington County :
Upon a petition of the County "Board
of Education of Washington Coainty
N. H., an election is hereby ordered in.
Croswell High School District on the
8th day of August, 4!)17, in accordance
with the provisions of Chao ;er 55,
Public Laws North Carolina, 1!)15.
This July 9th, liil7.
J. W. Stakk, Chain nan,
N. W. Sprvill,
T. L. Sattf.rtiiwaik,
,' 1 ' Washington County,
Date of Election, August 8th,l'J17 '
J. F. Belanga, Registrar,
II. W. Bateman,
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lull uoi uers.
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
Under and by virtue of a decree oj
ihe Superior Court in a special pro
ceeding entitled L. P. Harris, Jarvis
H. Harris and others, Ex Parte, the
undersigned will, on Friday, August
10th, 1917, at 12:30 P. M., sell for cash
to the highest bidder, at the Court
I louse door in Plymouth, N. C, the
following described tract of land :
Situate, lyingand being in the Couuty
m Washington and fctate or iMortn Uar
j lima, beginning at Geo. W. Jackson's
5 corner on the Gurganus road ; thence
j north 3-") est along the ditch, the di
! aiding line between the said Geo. W.
- Jackson, Hardy Jackson and John M.
a Gurganus, to a cross ditch ; thence
1south 80 east with the said cross ditch
to the Ward Patent line ; thence south
40 west alpng s&id Ward Patent line
tto the Gurganus road ; thence north 80
west to the beginning, containing 40
acres, more or less. f
Terms of sale, cash.
A deposit of 10 per cent, will be re
quired by the successful bidder as a
guarantee of good faith, pending con
firmation of the sale by the court.
This July 2, 2917.
J. D. GRIMES,
FOR SALE-desirably located
nine-room house and lot on Jef
ferson street, on easy terras.
For full particulars apply to,
Mrs. C. H. Francis, River View i
Hotel, Plymouth. 8-10 :
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