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OLDEST SAVINGS BANK IN CHICAGO
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The Hibernian
Banking Association
establish eo isst
S. E. Cr. S: Clark and W. Monro Straata
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits of One Dollar or mora received, on which interest is allowed at
tfks rate of 3 percent pcrnnnum, compounded Inlf-yeurly
Open SATURDAY NIGHTS from 0:00 to 8!0U o'clock.
BOND DEPARTMENT
Offer a carefully selected list of Munlcimt, Rillrond and Corporation
i, atmaDie lor trust tunas, banks nnu private investment.
BANKINO DEPARTMENT
Invite on favorable terms the accounts of individuals, firms and cor
aerations.
TRUST DEPARTMENT
AathoriSed by law to accept and execute trusts of nil kinds.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
Buyi and sells real estate on commission ; collects rents, manages es
tate! sells high-grade mortgages; makes loans on improved real estate.
WILL QO ON YOUR BOND
JOHN McGILLEN
OENERAL AOENT
American Bonding Company
OF BALTIMORE
Present Assets: $2,640,877.54
PUBLIC OFFICIALS' BONDS, FIDELITY BOND
CONTRACTORS' BONDS
and every kind of Surety Bonds used in legitimate business, also
CASUALTY INSURANCE
908 BORLAND BUILDINQ, 181 USalle St, Chicago
PHONE CENTRAL 4287
BEAUTIFUL
ALBANY PARK
LARGEST SUBDIVISION EVER LAID OUT
AT ANT ONE TIME IN CHICAGO
MILE AND A HALF LONG HALF OF A BOLE WIDE
TtOCAtiOll WghtatterniliioJstaUonRaveruwcKdbrJichNorthwetrn
lAFVavivu Elevated Railroad. Kedsia and Lawrence Avenua stetlon
on our property. Trains every five minute. Express trains, mornkg and
evening, thirty minutes (30) to the loop. Night service. Montrose Blvd. street
on the south of the property and Lawrence Ave. cars on the north.
M. J. FAHERTY
REAL ESTATE AND BUILDER
KesWaae Eastwood Aveoees
Lake View 4996
Established 1885
OPPICB
Lawreace sad Kuaball Avsaass
1BLBPHONBS
Irving Park 310 Irrlag Park 104
OFFICE: COR. CLARK AND ADDISON STS.
Deposit Vaults
Phone Canal 1458
JOHN A. PELKA
REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE
PASSAGE AN! F0KEIGN EXCIANCE IANKEI
1135 Weot ISth Street
NOTARY PUBLIC CHICAGO
ANTON VANJK
V
Real Estate, Loans & Insurance
s
NOTARY ' PUBLIC
2337 So. CENTRAL PARK AVENUE
BBT. 3334 STS.
Telephone Lawndale 2018
CHICAQO, ILL,
The Credit Guide
7th Floor Fort Dearborn BIdrf.
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
firmssand corporations doing business in
Chicago and Cook County.
For further information call
aaslolph 1230-6
Automatic 08448
FRANK B. BROM
MORTGAGE BROKER
RmJ Estate, Loans and Insurance
NOTARY PULIC
' 5002 So. Harmitag. Avs., Cor. 50th St.
SMTABUSH BD 1SS4
TELEPHONE YARD 419
Fort Dearborn Fort Dearborn
National Bank Trust and Savings Bank
Vnlttd Stat Dapotltary
Capital . . . 12,000,000
Surplus and Proflta 600,000
Deposits . . ,' . 31,000,000
(OFFICERS
WH. A. TILDEN, Pritleest
NILSON N. LAMPERT,
Vies PriilJtat
J. FLETCHER FARRELL,
Vls FrsiMsst
HCN1TR. KEMT.CsikUf
GEORGE H. WILSON,
Asst. Catsler
CHARLES FERNALO,
Astt.Ceikler
THOMAS E.MEWC0MU,
AmI. CetlUf
WM. W. LE GR0S,
Ant. Cashier
HARRT UWT0N
r- Ferslfa Deet.
aiaf U
IBiXbVbBIeI
Comparative Showing of
Deposits
February 14,1908. $ 9,887,954.84
February 8, 1909 . 11,617,691.24
March 29, 1910 . . 15,041,387.21
March 7, 1911 . . 21,574,956.79
Decembers, 1911. 25,445,199.89
February20, 1912 . 26,207,446.32
April 18, 1912 . i 27,287,752.30
September.4, 1912 31,041,482.12
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
Security and Conrcatlm
Thre pr cent interest on sav
ings accounts.
Deposits made on or before the
I Oth of each month bear interest
from the first.
The officers of the Fort
Dearborn Trust and Sav
ings Bank offer their ser
vices to clients who are
seeking choice high grad
bondt 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
WUIItjnA.Tlld.il - President
NskonN.Lamp.rt Vice-President
JohaE. Shea Cashier
Cbas.A.TIId.n . - Asst.Cashler
Staalay O. Mllttr Mir. load Dapl.
E. C. Clean- Stt'jr and Trail Officer
. Herbert C. Rear, Mir.
Wo Invito (Ac account of Bank, Individual, Corporation and Firm
who appreciate banking tnleltney, Pr tonal and court aou at rent fan.
MONROE AND CLARK STREETS
Telephone Harrison 7375
J. J. TOWNSEND !C. B. WISER
DAVID CHRISTIE
R. P. HYMAN
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
92fl American Trust Building
76 W. Monroe Street
CHICAGO '
P. W. RBED
Manager
TELEPHONE
RANDOLPH 874
Telephone 4017 Edgewater
Bernard F. Weber & Co.
MODERN HOMES
6101 North Clark Street
Chicago Title and
Trust Company
rURNISHES
Complete and accurate abstract! of
title.
Reliable and collectible guarantee of
title.
Eipcft service at administrator, ex
ecutor, guardian, receiver and truitee.
At the loweit prices consistent with the
maintenance of adequate reserves
for liabilities on guarantee policies and
abstracts, superior service, and a com.
plete and carefully constructed plant.
Assets exceed $8,000,000
No demand liabilities
Chicago Title and Trasl Company
t W. WASHINGTON STREET
President, Harrison D, Riley. .
Vice President. A. R. Marriott.
Vice President and Trust Officer.
Wm. C. Ntblack.
Vice President. Abel Davit. , .
Vice President, John A. Richardson.
Secretary, Justin M. Dall.
Treasurer. W. R. Foliom.
Gontlmntil and Commercial
National Bank
OF CHICAGO
Statement of condition at closo of busi
ness Friday, June 14, 1512.
RE80URCKS.
Loans and dis
counts $132,514,198.94
Bonds, secur
ities, OIC. ,,, lf,bl8,D(l.VZ
Lampert & Keller
INSURANCE AGENTS
2009 Ineuranoe Exchange
155 W. Jackson Boulevard
REPRESENTING
Buffalo-German Insurance Co.
of New York
Telephone Randolph 33 OS
Illinois
Improvement & Ballast
Company
SLAG
645 Commercial National Bank Bid1.
CHICAGO)
Phone Central 1384
$147,032,830.70
TT. H. hnnit. tn anptlrA rlrnil-
la t Ion 8,703,062. SO
Real estate M88.80
Overdrafts 9,490.(10
Due from banks
and U. 8.-
Trcasurer ...$ 27,014,407.18
Cash 45,138,781.97 72,153,189.10
$227,903,701.76
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock $ 21,500,000.00
Surplus 8,000,000.00
Undivided profits 1,191,142.94
Reserved for tax 185,000.00
Circulation 8,083,687.50
Deposits 183,443,911.32
$227,903,761.76
OFFICERS.
GEOROE M. REYNOLDS, President.
RALPH VAN VECHTEN. Vice-President
ALEX. ROBERTSON, Vice-President.
HERMAN WALDECK, Vice-President.
JOHN C. CRAFT, Vice-President.
JAMES R. CHAPMAN. Vice-President.
WM. T. BRUCKNER, Vice-President.
WM. Q. BCHROEDEH. Vice-President.
NATHANIEL R. LOSCH, Cashier.
HAUVEV C. VERNON, Asa't Cashier.
GEO. B. SMITH. Asa't Caahler.
WILBER HATTERY. Ass't Caahler.
H. RRSKINB SMITH. Ass't Cashier.
JOHN R. WABH BURN, Ass't Cashier.
WILSON W. LAMPERT, Ass't Cashier.
DAN NORMAN. Asa't Cashier.
FRANK L. BHEPARD, Auditor.
EDWARD 8. LACEY, Chairman Advisory
Committee.
Continental aid Commercial
Trust and Savings Bank
CHICAGO
Statement of condition at the commence
ment of business June 15, 1912.
RESOURCES.
Time loans (secured by col
lateral) $ M74.632.00
Demand loans (se
cured by collat
eral) $5,619,088.29
Bonds and secur
Itlea 10,688,373.49
Due from bonks.. 1,869,979.68
Cash 1,793,101.21
.
Demand resources 19,940,640.67
$26,415,172.67
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock $3,000,000.00
Undivided profits. 1,375,873.76
Reserved for taxes
and Interest.... 173.806.95 $4,640,580.71
Demand deposlts$11.0t9,003.39
Time deposits.... 10,816,483.67 21,865,491.96
$26,415,172.67
OFFICERS.
GEORGE M. REYNOLDS, President.
JOHN J. ABBOTT, Vice-President.
QEORGB b. caldwell; vice-Pres.
CHARLES C. WILLSON, Cashier.
FRANK H. JONES. Secretary.
WM. P. KOPF. Ass't Secretary.
The Hibernian Banklii
Association
CHICAGO
Statement of condition before the com
mencement of business Juno 16, 1912,
RE80URCE8.
Time loans $18,619,199.76
Real estate .TTT. 46,865.92
Bonds and se
curities $6,(04,234.24
Demand loans.... 1,523,496.66
Cash and ex
change 3,316,555.86 11,444,286.76
$30,110,352.48
LIABILITIES.
Capitol stock $ 1,600,000.00
Surplus fund 600,000.00
Undivided profits 808,193.12
Rcscrvd for taxes and in
terest 280,195.21
Demand deposits. 4,042,190.82
Time deposits... 22,819,773.26 26,861,904.08
$30,110,352.44
OFFICERS.
GEORGE M. REYNOLDS, President.
DAVID It. LEWIS. Vice-President,
HENRY B. CLARKE, Vice-President and
Manager savings uept,
LOUIS B. CLARK, Vice-President.
JOHN W. MacOEAGH. Cashier.
FREDERIC 8. HEBARD, Secretary.
EVERETT R. McFADDEN, Ass't Kec.
JOHN P. V. MURPHY, Ass't Cashier.
GEORGE ALLAN, Ass't Cashier.
The capital stock of the Continental and
Commercial Trust and Savings Bank (S3,'
000,000) and the capital stock of The Hi
bernian Banklnp Association ($1,600,000)
are owned by the stockholdera of the
Continental and Commercial National
Bank of Chicago,)
Combined deposits of these banks,
. S237,171,867.36. '
OVER SB YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
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rE invite you to make this institution your
bankine home and we will be much pleased
to receive a personal call if you contemplate any
sort of change in your banking connections.
Thisisprimarilyacommercial bank, organized
in 1869, which has maintained its own integrity
and individuality. We appreciate our friends.
Capital 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 Sarplnt, $1,000,000
Has for twenty-five years rendered quick
and efficient service to its correspondents.
Resources: Nine Million Dollars
OFFICERS
SIDWARD TILDEN. President.
OHN FLETCHER. Viee-Prcaideet
IEO. U. BENEDICT. Caahler
J. C. MORRISON, Aaat. Cashier
It. P. OATES, At. Caablar
DIRECTORS
EDWARD TILDEN
WM. A. TiLUEN ..
L. H. PATTBR80N
AVBRILL TILDEN
JOHN PLETCIIER
OHO, M BENEDICT
WM.C.CUMM1NQ8
I u-rrrhKIHBibrrre
Graham & Sons
BANKERS
smn
sBI
659-661 West MuUmi Strati
Hour 9 a. m. to 9 p. nt.
OPEN EVENINGS
Six Pv Ctnt Rial EataU
Bondt for Sato
CONDENSED STATEMENT
North -Western Trust & Sayings Bank
Milwaukee Ave. and Division Street
At the Commencement of Business, September Sth, 1912.
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts $J,3l!,78.l
Dondsand Other Securities I,06,J8J.30
Overdrafta 3,S04.tt
Hank Building and Real Estate U9.600.S0
Due from Banks $419,319.84 Cash on Hand 139J,0J6.J7 711.316.31
4,171,711.11
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock $ 350,000.09
Surplus Fund lOO.OOO.so
Undivided Profits 37.SII.1I
Reserve for Interest and Taxes 10,000.09
Deposits 3,788.300.16
4,175,71 l.fl
TOTAL DEPOSITS AT PREVIOUS CALLS
Juno 8, 1911 $7,656,336.04
Septembers, 1911 3,794,447.87
December 6, 1911 3,015,358.63
February 31, 1913 3,137,987.97
April 19, 19(3 3,434,810.36
June 15 1912 3,5)8,469.77
JOSEPH BE1FELD
PrtaUsnt
W. J. ROTH
SecreUry and Manager
FIDELITY SAFETY VAULTS
: INCORPORATED:
BOXES $3.00 PER YEAR AND UPWARDS
111 Witt MNIOLPH ST.
IHWAIO, ILLINOIS
ONE DOOR WEST OP TUB HOTEL SHERMAN
' Telephone Kedzlo 5380
JOSEPH C. BLAHA ZL CO.
REAL ESTATE
LOANS AND INSURANCE
3732 West Twelfth Street
Near Independence Blvd.
CHICAGO. ILL.
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