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The Thrift Of Our Citizens

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Probábly no botter test of the standing and thrift oí a community c;in k made tban by inspecting the reporta f the banks and saving associations. If such be the case, Ann Arbor can coniVare favorably with any city iu the state, as the bank reports show large rteposits and the reports of the condi. tion of the two local building and loan associations are most favorable. The two assoeiations, the Hurou Valley and the Ann Arbor, have announced I heir reports for the past nine months, as follows: Statement of Businee of the Ilutan Yallou Building and Savings ABêociatlon, for isoi: Recelved forDues $16,437.80 Kecetved for interest s]2 73 Eteceived rrom Hnnks 2,700.00 rinrphiR Expense Fund 66.56 üvordrafi 338.0Ü 0,354-10 i'uni to membera wlthdrawn 838,io Morwage ímhbb in.4U0.tK Temporary.'Loane 116.00 L'0, ;!54.10 !.xpeuse Funf] : Recelved Fees 8Si.s) Kectived Fines 8H.1t Paid Expenses í:ch.% Huid C'omiuissions 4:i7.:fi Surplus 65.56 834 78 Stalt mint of the BÜKitteSB of the Ann Arbnr Sav Inga Amoetationfrom March ut to Dc-rmi(, ■31st, 1881 : llecelved for Duea $11.68:! KJ Keeelved for Interest 2.IKIÚ.04 Ueceived from Bank 4 0(10.00 Surplus Dividend 67.08 17,748.3 Paid Members Withdrawn ii.196.65 Teniporury Loana 23.00 Morurafre Loans 14,885 00 On Matured Stock 140 00 Overdraft 2S.ÍW Deflclency Expenee Fund 6.78 17,748 34 Expense Fund: Reoelved Fees 220.50 Receivod Fines 80 Oeöclency.. 8 76 2Í8.06 Paid Expenses and Cotnmissions 228.06


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