JOHN C. RICE, PRESIDENT. J. H. LOWELL, VICE PRESIDENT, ELMER A. CLARK, CASHIER. E. H. PLOWHEAD, ASST. CASHIER COLDWELL COMMERCIAL BANK CAPITAL $100.000.00. CALDWELL, IDAHO. Jan. 8, 1909. First National Bank, Ogden, Utah. Gentlemen:- We are handing you herewith five notes, dated July 1st. 1907, for $5,000.00 each, signed by Joseph Monson, Vice President and J. I. Shepherd, S Secretary, of the High Creek Electric Light and Power Company, payable to the Caldwell Banking and Trust Company, Ltd., in one, two, three, four and five years from date and bearing eight per cent interest, payable semi-annually. Also note dated Dec. 19th. 1906, for $5,000.00, upon which there is a balance due of $2,149.90, with 12 per cent interest on that amount from July 13th. 1907, signed by Montie B. Gwinn, President, J. I. Shepherd, Secretary of High Creek Electric Light & Power Company and endorsed by J. I. Shepherd, K. C. Schaub, D. C. Budge, Joseph Monson and Alfred Budge. We are also handing you Certificate of Stock No. 38, for one hundred fifty shares, in favor of J. H. Lowell, in the High Creek Electric Light & Power Company. And Certificate No. 37, for six hundred shares of stock in the same company, issued to the A. K. Steunenberg estate. You will please surrender the notes and Certificate of Stock to Mr. David Eccles, upon the payment by him to you of $12,000.00 net to us, which amount you will credit to our account and oblige. Yours very truly, Elmer A Clark Cashier.
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