Mokena State Bank, Will County, Illinois
From: History of Will County, Illinois
By: August Maue
Historical Publishing Company
Topeka-Indianapolis 1928


The Mokena State Bank, one of the dependable banking institutions of Will County, was established on Aug. 14, 1909. Its officers are: W. H. Beclistein, president; Emil P. Krapp, vice president; Milton C. Geuther, cashier; and Henry J. Schluntz, secretary. The directors are: W. H. Bechstein, George J. Hacker, Emil P. Krapp, George McGovney, Henry J. Schluntz, Charles F. Schmuhl, and William C. Wunderlich.

The bank statement on Feb. 8, 1928, is as follows: Resources: Loans and discounts, $213,167.80; U. S. Government investments, $5,000.00; Bonds, $21,500.00; Banking House Fixtures and Furniture, $10,140.00; Overdrafts, $27.43; Cash and Due from Banks, $34,043.60; Total Resources, amounting to $283,878.83. Liabilities: Capital Stock, $25,000.00; Surplus, $25,000.00; Undivided Profits, $566.71; Reserve Accounts, $8,151.00; Dividends Unpaid, $80.00; Deposits, $195,081.12; Bills Payable, $30,000; Total Liabilities amounting to $283,878.83.


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