Proposed New Bank for Butler
A. T. Carr, of Sunrise, Harrison county, and Col. Downard, of this city, were in Butler and vicinity last week soliciting the citizens to take stock in a new bank to be organized at that place. The capital stock is to be $15,000, divided into shares of $50 each. Any one person is limited to $1,000. A. T. Carr is to the cashier. The new institution is to be known as the Farmers’ Bank. The promoters claim to have met with considerable success. The Butler Deposit Bank, with B. K. Wigginton as its cashier, is a thriving and sound financial institution. The stock is selling at a high figure above par.
Falmouth Outlook, October 11, 1907