$3,534.17 to Geo W. French of Carleton, Ore. which remains unpaid.
State Banking Department Issues Blank for That Purpose This Week
All Claims Must be Presented to Department of Banking at St. Paul
On all deposits Drawing Interest Claims Allowed Up to March 3
A notice for the presentation of claims against the Plainview State Bank is being published in the News this week by A. J. Veigel, superintendent of banks. The notice, which will continue to be published for the next three months, limits the time for the presentation of claims to August 4, 1925.
Blank forms on which claims are to be made are being mailed from the St. Paul office of the banking department to all patrons of the bank. The mailing started this week and if you have not received a blank you will likely in a few days. These blanks contain instructions for listing checking deposits, saving deposits, certificates of deposit and all other claims against the bank. While the blank is made out it will likely be well to take it to the bank to be checked by the examiners in charge to verify the amounts with the books of the bank. Having this verification it will then be necessary to have the blank signed by the notary public. All claims must be mailed or presented to the Department of Banking at St. Paul.
The examiners in charge of the bank with the claim blanks expect to verity amounts. They will however be glad to give any information or advice in properly making them out. Before these claims can be made it will be necessary that your passbook be balanced so if that has not been done since the closing of the bank it will be well to do so at once. On deposits drawing interest a claim may be presented for that interest up to March 3, the date of the closing of the bank.
* SOURCE: Manzow, Ron (compiler), "The Sylvester Family of Plainview, Minnesota - a collection of information taken from the Plainview News, other newspapers, letters, and diaries beginning in 1884": Plainview Area History Center, 40 4th St. S.W., Plainview, MN 55964. Compiled in 2001.
NOTE: from Ron Manzow, December 2001: "Feel free to reproduce the pages for anyone who wants a copy. It was
compiled to be shared... All I ask is that they consider sending a check to the [Plainview Area] History Center to help us out. That
should be enough."
NOTE: from Ron Manzow, December 2001: "Feel free to reproduce the pages for anyone who wants a copy. It was compiled to be shared... All I ask is that they consider sending a check to the [Plainview Area] History Center to help us out. That should be enough."
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