The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, January 8, 1954 Page: 3 of 16
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THE COMANCHE CHIEF JANUARY 8. 1854 l
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Offering A Complete, Friendly Banking Service |AC i|
To The Comanche Territory For The Past 64 Years I £104
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- SYMBOL OF SAFETY SINCE 1889 -
FINANCIAL STATEMENT ON ENTERING OUR 65th YEAR
Condensed Statement of the Condition of ' • "*
®Ije (Cmnattrhp National Sauk
OF COMANCHE. TEXAS
-■ As Made to the Comptroller at the Close of Business Decemhef 31st. 1963
Loans' and Discounts .. ..,............ $480,768.2^7
^jP|| "n ‘ Federal Reserve Bank Stock , '"'l
Banking House ........... !% .
Furniture and Fixtures ....... .......% ...
Cash and Due From Banks
United States Government Bonds
Municipal and School Bonds
Commodity Crpdit Corp. Certificates of Interest
TOTAL QUICK ASSETS , ......; .
Surplus ............... ,----
Undivided Profits and Reserves
deposits ........................... • • ..... .......... • • • ’ $2,936,426.32
. . The above statement Is correct.
I W. C. CHILTON..president
We hare no County. State, or Municipal Deposits.
Momhor of The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
We are grateful to our many friends who have made the statement, to
the right, possible, for we realize full well .that only with loyal friends could we
have attained the height in the Banking field that we have. It has been our
policy for many years to place a good portion of our earnings each year to our
surplus and reserve accounts thereby strengthening opr Bank. As the above state-
ment shows, we now have a Surplus and Reserve Account of more than five
times the amount of our Capital. There are few banks in the United States in
as strong a position as we are from this standpoint,
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We do not believe that we are headed for a major Depression at the pres-
| ent time, but there are many signs that we are going through, an adjustment
| period that could develop into a Recession or retarded business cycle. W.e are de-
® termined that come what may—Depression, Recession or further Inflation, that * ■ 'jjpty
- the Comanche National will stand as it has always stood since 1889 as the leader
HR in its field for Conservatism and Financial Strength. We sincerely believe that f'
^ the record for strength of our Bank has been and will continue to be a great u
help to our customers, our friends—yes to every person living within the realm ,,
Rg of our influence. On this spirit we have builded. and in this spirit we* will con-
11 tinue to build—recognizing our responsibility to the great people of this great
people of this great section of Texas. ' : .
If our Sixty-Four years of Banking Experience can be of any help or ser-
I vice to you, whether you are at present a customer of ours or not, we hope you
j^K[ will call on us. Anyone of our Officers, Directors or Employees will welcome
BI an opportunity to discuss your problems with you.* May 1954 bring to you and
" yours an abundance of all the good things of life and* may you live many years
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♦ Prompt ♦ Pleasant • ?♦ Personal ♦ Progressive
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" Comanche County’s
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DONALD R. HALL
MRS. BERNICE SHAN RLE
MRS. OLETA WILHELM
MISS ANN CARTER
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Wilkerson, J. C. The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, January 8, 1954, newspaper, January 8, 1954; Comanche, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth892360/m1/3/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Comanche Public Library.