2. Bunn's Bank—J. Bunn & Co.—had liabilities of $800,000 when it closed. In the liquidation, $572,000 was distributed among the creditors. On January 1, 1926, Jacob Bunn's four children paid the remaining $228,000, with interest at five per cent, to the creditors or their heirs. The sum distributed nearly equalled the original liability of $800,000.

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