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THk CHICAGO EAOLC.
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OLDEST SAVINGS BANK IN CHICAGO
The Hibernian
Banking Association
ESTABLISHED INT
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S. C. Cor. S.' Clark and W. Monro Straata
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Depocits of One Dollar or more received, on which interest is allowed at
tsa rata of 3 per cent per annum, compounded htlf-yenrly.
Open SATURDAY NIGHTS from 0:00 to 8:00 o'clock.
BOND DEPARTMENT
Offen a carefully selected list of Municipal, Railroad and Corporation
Boada, mit&ble for trust funds, banks and private investment.
BANKING DEPARTMENT
Iavitea on favorable terms the accounts of individuals. Arms and cor
cations. TRUST DEPARTMENT
Authorised by law to accept and executo trusts of all kinds.
RIAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
Buys and sells real estate on commission 5 collects rents, manages -at!
sells high-grade mortgages; makes loans on improved real estate.
WILL OP ON YOUR BOND
JOHN McGILLEN
OENERAL AQBNT
American Bonding Company
OF BALTIMORE
Present Assets: $2,640,877.54
PUBLIC OFFICIALS' BONDS, FIDELITY BONDS
CONTRACTORS' BONDS
and every kind of Surety Bonds used in legitimate business, also
CASUALTY INSURANCE
908 BORLAND BUILDING, 181 LaSalte St, Chicaf o
. PHONE CENTRAL 4287
BEAUTIFUL
ALBANY PARK
LARGEST SUBDIVISION EVER LAID OUT
AT ANY ONE TIME IN CHICAGO
MILE AND A HALF LONG HALF OF A MILE WIDE
TjOCAtion R,ght at tenninal ttlon Ravenswood branch Northwestern
JrfVVWiMvU Elevated Railroad. Kerfzta and Lairfenr Atntniia ataflnn
on our property. Trains every five minutes. Express trains, morning and
evening, thirty minutes (so; to tne loop, wignt service. Montrose Blvd. street
ears on the south of the property and Lawrence Ave. cars on the north.
M. J. FAHERTY
REAL ESTATE AND BUILDER
KssWaad Eastwood Avenues
Lake Visw 4996
Established I88S
OPPICB
Lawrsac and Kimball Avtaass
IBLDPHONQS
Irving Park 210 ' Irving Park 106
OFFICE: COR. CLARK AND ADDISON 8TS.
Safety Deposit Vaults
Phone Canal 1455
JOHN A. PELKA
REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE
PASSAGE AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE BANKER
1735 West Itith Street
NOTARY PUBLIC I CHICAGO
ANTON VANEK ,
Real Estate, Loans & Insurance
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NOTARY PUBLIC
2337 So. CENTRAL PARK AVENUE
BET. 3334 HTH.
Telephone Lawndalo 2018
CHICAQO, ILL.
The Credit Guide
7th Floor Fort Dearborn BIdtj.
A Mercantile Agency of forty years standing.
Covering the Credit Status of Cook County
in its entirety.
We have facts and information concerning the
financial standing habit of pay and general
reputation of more than one million individual
firmsand corporations doing business in
Chicago and Cook County.
. For further information call
Rudolph 1220-6
Automatic 52440
FRANK B. BROM
MORTGAGE BROKER
RmJ Estate. Loans and Insurance
NOTARY PUMC
5002 So. Hermitage Ave., Cor. 50th St.
MTAasUSMBO 1194
TELEPHONE YARDS 41 1
Fort Dearborn Fort Dearborn
National Bank Trust and Saving. Bank
United State$ Depositary
Capital .... $2,000,000
Surplua and Profits 600,000
Deposits . . , . 26,200,000
OFFICERS
WM. A. TIL0EN, Prtilattt
NILS0N N. LAMPERT,
Vita PmiUiiI
J. FLETCHER FARRILL,
Vlca PrtiUaat
HENRY R. KENT, CaiVJsr
GEORGE H. WILSON,
Asst. Cailkr
CHARLES FERNALD,
Astt.Ciiil.r
TH0MAI E. NEWCOMER,
Aitt. Cttlkr
WM.W.LEGR0S,' '
Ant. CaiiUr
HARRY LAWT0N
. MtMfir Faralta Bsst.
Comparative Showing of
Deposits
February 14,1908. $ 9,867,954.84
February 8, 1909 . 11,617,691.24
March 29, 1910 . . 18,041,387.21
March 7, 1911 . . 21,874,986.79
June 7. 1911 . . . 23,137,746.88
December 8, 1911 . 26,448,199.89
February 20, 1912 . 26,207,446.32
April 18, 1912 . . 27,287,782.30
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
Security and Conservatism I
Three per cent interest on sav
ings accounts.
Deposits made on or before the
10th of each month bear interest
from the first.
The officers of the Fort
Dearborn Trust and Sav
ings Dank offer their ser
vices to clients who are
seeking choice high grade
bonds and seasoned se
curities. Acts as Administrator,
Executor, Guardian, Con
servator, Assignee, Re
ceiver, Transfer Agent and
Registrar.
In fiduciary capacity as agent
makes investments, collections and
disbursements.
OFFICERS
WlllUm A. TIM.ii . Pr.ilJ.nl
N.WenN.L.mp.ri V1c.-Prntd.iil
JohaE. Sht. .... CasM.r
Chu.A.TiltUn Attl.Ca.htw
Staal.jr O. Miliar . Mar. Bond D.pt.
E. C. Gl.anr S.e'jr and Tru.1 Officer
Herbert C. Roer. Mgr.
We invite the accounts of Banks, Individuate, Corporation and Firme
who appreciate banking efficiency. Personal and courteous attention.
MONROE AND CLARK STREETS
(
Telephone Harrison 7378
J. J. TOWNSEND C. B. WISER
DAVID CHRISTIE
J. J. Townsend & Co.
Bankers and Brokers
236 S. La Salle Street
CHICAQO
MEMBERS
New York Stock' Exchange
Chicago Stock Exchange
Chicago Board of Trade
EDWARD H. PETERS
Real Estate
020 American Trust Building
76 W. Monroe Street
CHICAGO
P. W. REED
Manager
TELEPHONE
RANDOLPH 874
sss
Telephone 4017 Edgowatcr
Bernard F. Weber & Co.
MODERN HOMES
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6101 North Clark Street
Lampert & Keller
INSURANCE AGENTS
2009 Insurance Exchange
155 W. Jackson Boulevard
REPRESENTING
Buffalo-German Insurance Co.
of New York
Telophono Randolph 3302
Illinois
Improvement & Ballast
Company
SLAG
645 Commercial National Bank Bldg.
CHICAGO
Phone Central 1384 "
R. P. HYMAN
Chicago Title and
Trust Company
FURNISHES
Complete and accurate abstracts ol
title.
RelUble and collectible guarantee ot
title.
Expert service as administrator, ex
center, guardian, receiver and trustee.
At the lowest prices consistent with the
maintenance ol adequate reserves
(or liabilities on guarantee policies and
abstracts, superior service, and a com.
plete and carefully constructed plant.
Assets exoeed $8,000,000
No demand llabllltloa
Chicago Title and Trust Company
W. WASMNOTON STREET
President, Harrison B. Riley.
Vice President. A. K. Marriott.
Vice President and Trust Officer.
Wm. C. Nlblack.
Vice President. Abel Davis.
Vice President. John A. Richardson.
Secretary, Jus:ln M. Dall.
Treasurer, W. K. Poliom,
Gontlnmtal and Commercial
National Bank
OF CHICAGO
Statement of condition at close of busi
ness Friday, Juno 14, 1012.
RESOURCES.
Loans and dis
count S132.514.S9S.0t
Bands, secur
ities, etc. ... ".G1S.E61.82
SH7,O32,8S0."0
U. 8. bonds to sccuro clrcu
latlon 8,703,062.60
Ileal estate 6.15S.S0
Overdrafts 0,480.00
Duo from banks
nnd U. S.-
Treasurer ...t 27.014.407.13
Cash 45,138.781.1)7 72.1S3.139.10
S227.003.7S1.7C
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock f 21.COO.000.00
Surplus 8,000.000.00
Undivided profit 1,101,142.91
Reserved for taxes Is5.00u.ii0
Circulation s,&83,G97.t0
Deposits 188,443.011.32
S227.003.7Ct.76
OFFICERS.
OKOROE M. REYNOLDS, President.
RALPH VAN VECIITI3N, Vice-President
ALEX. ROHERTSON, Vice-President.
HICKMAN WALDECK, Vice-President.
JOHN C. CRAKT, Vice-President.
JAMES It. CHAPMAN, Vice-President.
WM. T. BRUCKNER, Vice-President.
WM. a. 8CHROEDKH. Vice-President.
NATHANIEL It. LOSCH, Cashier.
HARVEY C. VERNON, Ats't Cashier.
OEO. U. SMITH. Ass't Cashier.
WILRER MATTERY. Ass't Cashlor.
II. ERBKJNE SMITH. Ast't Cnshler.
JOHN R. WA8H1IURN. Ass't Cashier.
WILSON W, LAMPERT, Ass't Cashier.
DAN NORMAN, Ass't Cashier.
THANK L. SHEPARD. Auditor.
EDWARD S. LACEY. Chairman Advisory
Committee.
Continental and Commercial
Trust and Savings Bank
CHICAGO
Statement of condition at the commence
mant of business Juno IS. 1912.
RESOURCES.
Time lonns (secured by col
lateral) $ 6,474,032.00
Demand loans (se
emed by collnt
I'liil) tS.CI9.0S0.S9
Honda nnd secur
ities lU.fi.lS.ST.I.IH
Duo from banlis.. l.son.aro.fis
Cash Li'J3,101.:i
Demand resources
19.9 I0,r. 10.67
$20,415,172.67
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock 3,0oo,0oo.O0
Undivided profits. 1,375,873.70
RoHPrviil for taxes '
nnd Interest.... 173.S00.9I S4.C10.SS0.7l
ncnuind depoBltsjll, 010,003. r.n
Tlmo dcpotlts.... 10,810,4S8.S7 il.SC3.49l.90
$20,115,172.07
OFFICERS,
OEOItai: M. RRYNOI.fts. TrcHldcnt.
JOHN !. AHHOTT, Vloa-Prrsltlcnt.
CIEORllfc IJ. CALDWELL, Vlco-1'rcs.
CHARLES C. WILLSON, Cniililor.
PRANIC II. JONEM. Ki-cretnry.
WM. 1'. KOl'F. Asb'i Secrctaiy.
The
Hibernian Banking
Association
CHICAGO
Statement of condition hefuro tlio com
mencement of business Juno 15, 1912.
RESOURCES.
Time loan $18,019,199,70
Real cstitto 40,805,92
Uonds and so
L'lirltlcs $0,001.2.14.21
DcmuiHl loans,.., 1,523,490,00
Cash and ex
change 3,210,555.80 11,4 1 1.2S0.7C
$30,U0,U52.4S
LIABILITIES,
Capltnl stock $ 1,500,000.00
Surplus fund C00.000.00
Undivided profits bU$,l!)3.12
Kriiervd for taxes nnd In
terest , SS0.19S.S1
Demand deposits. 4.012.1HO.S2
Tlmo deposits... 23,1!,773.20 S0.SCl.901.Qg
$30,U0',352.I4
OFFICERS.
OEOROIO M. REYNOLDS. Prosldent.
DAVID R. LEWIS, Vlco-1'resldunt.
HENRY 11. CLARKE. Vlco-Piealdont and
Manager Savlnus Dopt.
LOUIS IJ. CLARK, Vlco-Prestrlcnt.
JOHN W. MocaEAOII. CasliUir.
ritlCDEIUU S. lir.UARD. Secretary.
EVERETT R. MrFADDEN, Ass't Sec.
JOHN Pi V. MURPHY. ABs't Cashier.
OEOltaiO ALLAN, Ass't Citshler.
The capital stock of the Continental and
Commercial Trust and Savings Dank ($3,
COO, COO) and the capital stock of The Hi
bernian Dnnklnp Association ($1,500,000)
are owned by the stockholders of thu
Continental and Commercial National
Bank of Chicago.)
Combined drroslts of these banks,
S237.171.367.S0.
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EXPERIENCE
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Tradc Marks
DE8IQN9
CotvniaHTS Ac.
Anynno sendtna a sVctch nnd doncrlpllnii mar
niiloiilr nirertnlii our opinion freo wlioilior nil
lwi-laltio(l, willioutcliariro, latlie
tiivomlnii is iirobnlily nnieiitulila. Cmiiniunlra.
tloiitstrlctiyroiiudeiitiai. MANUUUUK on rmcu
nut frao, iilitoat uiiency (ursecuriiiiiputents.
I'nieuta tukuu tfirmmli Jluim ft, Co. rccol'
Scientific Jltttcricatt.
A hanitsomolr Illustrated weeklr. Iimeit dr.
ciiiatlou of any ncleiultlo tnurnul, 'i'ltrina, 13 a
yoiiri IniirmontUa,!!. Hold by all nown)cler.
MUNN &Co,38,B',da'NewMt
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WE invito you to make this institution your
banking homo and we will be much pleased
to teceive a personal call if you contemplate any
sort of change in your banking connections.
This is primarily acommercial bank, organized
in 1869, which has maintained its own integrity
and individuality. We appreciate our friends.
Capitat and Surplus, $2,500,000.00
Deposits about $19,000,000.00
TRIBUNE BUILDING
MADISON AND DEARBORN STREETS
Drovers Deposit
National Bank
of Chicago
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,000
Has for twenty-five years rendered quick
and efficient service to its correspondents.
Resources: Nine Million Dollars
orricEis
BDWARD TILDES' President
JOHN I'LETCIIP.K. Vlce-Presidtat
OEO. M. IIENBP1CT, Cashier
7. C. MORRISON, Asst. Cashier
H. P. OATEB. Asst. Cashier
DIRECTOIS
BDWARD TILIMJN
WM. A. T1LDEN
L. II. PATTERSON
AVBK1LL T1LDCN
JOHN FLETCHER
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BANKERS
659.661 West Madison Street
Hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
OPEN EVENINGS
Six Per Cent Real Estate
Bonds for Sale
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CONDENSED STATEMENT
North - Western Trust & Savings Bank
Milwaukee Ave. dnd Division Street
At thu Commencement of lltisliH-ss, September 5th, 1912.
RKSOUHCK3
Loans anil DNcnunts ii,2SS ,7nS,S I
lloinU nml Otlu-r Securities I,('6(.,5.SJ.JI
Otcnlrafls.
Ilnnk llull.llm: mul Itcal l'l.ilo
Due from llanKs Hl'),2V),Hi Caili on liainl.
,2,UJt..J7
I.IAIUI.IIIUS
Capital Slocl;
Surplus I'd mI
UiuitiJi'il I'rntltk.
Kc.urvo fur Interest nml Taxes.
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71 1, .'50.2 1
71 75,7 ITT1) I
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27.5II.JS
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DepiulU .1,7N.S,3U1.?6
,175.71 i.yl
Tor.xi. ntii'osir.s ai i'ri.viod.s cams
.llllio S, 191 1 $2,ri56,3.16.0 1
Svptcntlcr2, 1911 2,79I,I17,K7
Dcccmhcr 0, 191 1 J,oi 5.1SS.02
Fclwiar) 21,1912 .1, 1.17 S7.7
April 19, 1912 J,I2-I,SIU.2A
Juno 15, 1912 '. J,SJH,lfti,77
JOSEPH DEU'ELD
President
W. J. ROTH
Secretary anil Mar.nctr
FIDELITY SAFETY VAULTS
ZZZ INCORPORATED:
BOXES $3.00 PER YEAR AND UPWARDS
116 West RANDOLPH ST. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
ONE DOOR WEST OF THE HOTEL SHERMAN
Telephone Kcdzio 5380
JOSEPH C. BLAHA . CO.
REAL ESTATE
LOANS AND INSURANCE
3732 West Twelfth Street
Near Independence Blvd.
CHICAGO ILL.
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