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Identifier: supcommercialfina87newy
Title: The Commercial and economic chronicle
12 Months: 1908 (1900s)
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Topics: Finance Banks and banking Securities
Publisher: New York, W.B. Dana
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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ESTON US STATE AND CITY DEPOSITORY Capital, – – – 0,000 Surplus aud Undivided Profits, 200,000 GEORGE H. EARLE JR.. President.A. B. LOEB, Vice-President. HOWARD A. LOEB, 2d Vlce-Pres. H. D. MCCARTHY, Cashier. LOUIS ZEISSE. Asst. Cashier. FOREIGN CURRENCY BOUGHT AND SOLD mmercial and Travelers* Letters of Credit and Travelers Checks issued,available in all parts of the world. Communication with a view to company solicited. R. G RHETT. President E. H. SPARKMAN. Vice-President E. P GRICE. Cashier J. B. CALDER, Assistant Cashier TRANSACTS AN OVER-ALL BANKING COMPANY Collections managed at Best prices.Special Inducements offered for out-of-town records. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. The Merchants nationwide Bank of Philadelphia report at close of company July 15th, 1908RESOURCES assets ,723/200 90 Due from Banks 1,652,085 49 Exchanges for Clearing House . . . 340,994 08 Cash and Reserve 2,945,640 61 4,938,720 18 ,661,921 08 F. W. AYER, PresidentWM. A. legislation, Vice-President

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LIABILITIES Capital .000,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits …. 882,123 blood flow 719,000 Deposits 12,060,797 001900 89 ,661,921 08 THOMAS W. ANDREW, CashierW. P. BARROWS, Asst. Cashier The Bank of Individual Service Bank of Richmond RICHMOND, VA. Capital, Surplus and Earnings, ,500,000 LARGEST CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OF EVERY STATE BANKIN THE SOUTHERN ATLANTIC STATES JOHN SKELTON WILLIAMS. President. FREDERICK E. NOLTING. Very First Vice-President. T. K. SANDS. 2nd Vlce-Pres. and Cashier. H. A. WILLIAMS. Assistant Cashier. DEPOSITARY for STATE OF VIRGINIA AND CITY OF RICHMOND records of Individuals, corporations. Corporations, Finance companies and BankersSolicited, and Correspondence Invited This Bank Makes a Specialty of Southern Business andSolicits the Accounts of the latest Concerns. iRortolR, Da. THE NORFOLK NATIONWIDE BANK Statement at Close of Business July 15, 1908. SOURCES. Loans and discounts S2.509,357 28 U. S. bonds and premiums– – 1,720,150 00 Other bonds – 252.990 18 Banking house as well as other re

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Image from web page 113 of “The Spotlight [1922]” (1922)
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Identifier: spotlight19221922eliz
Title: The Spotlight [1922]
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Writers: Elizabeth City Senior School (Elizabeth City, N.C.)
Topics: Elizabeth City High School (Elizabeth City, N.C.)–Students–Yearbooks.
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provides AN EDUCATIONAL FUNDfor your young ones inculcates SYSTEMATIC TECHNIQUES in businesssecures you against FINANCIAL EM-BARRASSMENT establishes for your needs A COMMERCIAL CREDIT anywhere you livelessens CRIME entitles you to a company STAND-ING which the spender never acquiresIT makes for BETTER health insurance and a lowDEATH RATE tends to make one a much better CITIZEN in everyway is a source of SATISFACTION, MA- TERIAL BENEFIT and PLEASURE towards family BUILDING AND LOAN MEMBERSHIP — thats all Albemarle Building and LoanAssociation Series starts very first Saturday inMarch and September in eachyear. Investors solicited —either borrowing or trading.Six % investment to allalike. Let us chat the proposi-tion over with you. P. KRAMER President W. BEN GOODWIN Sec.-Treas. AREA 214 HINTON BLDG. CULPEPPER WEAR GRIFFIN, OLD ^GRIGE GO. ^^Red Rooster HOSIERY MANUFACTURED with General Insurance and Surety Bonds BEST HOSIERY GO. B Robinson BuildingPhone No. 47 ELIZABETH CITY Poindexter Street N. G. Phone 184

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Specializing:Irish and Sweet Potatoes automobile LOT SHIPPERS References:First and people National BankSavings Bank & Trust Company The Apothecary Shop Betsy Highs Favorite medicine shop Meet friends at OurSoda Fountain Agents for Whitmans CandiesConklin and Waterman Fountain Pens Eversharp PencilsPenslar solutions and Toilet RequisitesWearever Rubber Goods remind shipping Fair rates Unique attention to Mail purchases The Apothecary store when you look at the Hinton BuildingPhone 400 STYLE HEADQUARTERS WhereSociety Brand Clothesare marketed ffl D. Walter Harris the town Tailor Carolind Banking andTrust business Elizabeth Cili^, N C.

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