For the nine-month period, CNB reported net income of $58,954 orsix cents per share compared to a loss of $11,079 or one cent pershare last year. The company attributes the turnaround to growth innet interest income. That column increased 17% to $2 million from$1.77 million in the same period last year.

Third-quarter net interest income was $685,714, up 13% from$605,119 in third quarter 2000. Other income increased 27% to$141,328 from $110,962. Total assets of $100 million compares to$55.5 million last year, up 80%.

Gross loans increased 44% to $56.2 million from $39.1 million.But more importantly for the bank, non-performing or bad loanstotaled $129,173, down from $363,945 on June 30 of this year. Theallowance for loan losses was $590,638 or 1.05% of gross loans.

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