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THE CHICAGO EAGLE
OLDEST SAVINGS BANK IN CHICAGO
The Hibernian
Banking Association
ESTABLISHED HIT
S. C. Cr. 8. Clark and W. Monro Stroota
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits of One Dollar or more received, on which interest is allowed at
MM rate of 3 per cent per annum, compounded hilf-yenrly.
Open SATURDAY NIGHTS from 0:00 to 8:00 o'clock.
BOND DEPARTMENT
Offers a carefully selected list of Municipal, Railroad and Corporation
oad, suitable for trust funds, banks and private investment.
BANKING DEPARTMENT
Invitee on favorable terms the accounts of individuals, firms and cor
orations.
TRUST DEPARTMENT
Authorised by law to accept and execute trusts of all kinds.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
Buys and sells real estate on commission; collects rents, manages se
tt tost Mill high-grade mortgages; makes loans on improved real estate.
3IUtnm0 $ttrrtu (ftampatttt
Assets ertr Ons Million DsHsrs
Chieage'i f tsnssr Surely Csmsany
134 South laSeslle Street, Chloago
Court
Contract
Public Official
All Kinds
of
Surety Bonds
lfiKINDSr!. 1
Fidelity
and
Miecellaneoue
Bonds
No
Red Taps
No Delay
Patronize Yeur Home Company
Tal. Franklin 1141
WILL QO ON YOUR BOND
JOHN McGILLEN
GENERAL AQENT
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 USalle Si, Chicago
PHONB CENTRAL 4387
The Credit Guide
7th Floor Fort Dearborn Bldg.
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
aadolph 1220-6
Astosjatlo 02440
Paoaa Main 4493
QBRAQHTY & CO.
Badges ana Buttons, Muslin
. and Oilcloth Signs
Fort Dearborn National Bank
Capital and Surplus $2,700,000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Personal attention given to accounts of all
Firms, Individuals, Corporations and Banks
OFFICERS
WILLIAM A. TILDEN STstnBV OEOROE II. WILSON
President J&Mr&. Cashier
NELSON N. LAMPERT 0, CMAS. FERNALD
Vice President ktWBBSBsT''Bll Assistant Cashier
J. FLETCHER PARRELL wflsBSSSSSBW THOMAS E. NEWCOMER
Vice President VSB9F7 Assistant Cashier
'HENRY R. KENT V2fii5r WM. W. LE 0R03
Vice President -yjgajsr' Assistant Cashier
It. LAWTON, Manager Foreign Department C. L. DOYK, Assistant Cashier
Comparative Showing of Deposits
February 14, 108 -.---$ 9,87,954.84
February 5, 1909 ..... 1I,617,91.24
March 29, 1910 ..... 19,041,387.21
March 7, 1911 21.874,986.79
September 1, 1911 24,800,078.82
Daeambar 8, 1911 ..... 28,448,199.89
Fabruary 20, 1912 ..... 26,207,446,32
April 18, 1912 27,287,782.30
Juna 14, 1912 ...... 28,433,836.38
Saptambar 4, 1912 31,041,482.12
Juna 4, 1913 32,279,444.38
Fort Dearborn Trust and Savings Bank
WILLIAM A. TILDEN, President NELSON N. LAMPERT. Vice President
8avlnn Dept.. CHAS. A. TILDEN, Ass't Cashier ' " Bond Dept., 8. 0. MILLER, Manager
TruitDept., B. C. OLBNNY. Secretary. Hea Estate Loan Dept , F. A. MYRBN, Manager
HERBERT C ROBR, Manaetr Safe Deposit Vaults
Savings Department Threaperccnttntcreat Bond Department Deals In Investment
on Savings Accounts. Deposits made before Securities of aaf and conservative nature,
the Tenth of etch month bear Interest from
the First.
VAULTS Bat Deposits for Papers, Securities, Jewels, Plate and other
JSSa valuables) Individual boxes or vault at nominal rental.
CORNER MONROE AND CLARK STREETS
Illinois Trust & Savings Bank
""""" Lb Sails Street and Jackson Boulevard
A Bank Account is an absolutely dependable friend..
A Savings Account may be opened in this Bank with
$1.00 or more.
iA rfo PER ANNUM
INTEREST AT
Capital and Surplus, $15,000,000.00
Lamport & Keller
INSURANCE AGENTS
2009 Ineuranee Exetismje
175 W. Jackson Boulsvard
V j
KEPItsCSENTINO
Buffalo-German Insurance Co.
of New York
Talaphonaftaniolph SStt
TANNER & CONLEY
MERCHANT TAILORS
first-class work at moderate pricks
Reaper Block
72 W. Washington St CHICAGO
Telepheae Ceatral 224
WB RBNT TUXBOOS AND FULL DUMB SUITS
153 North La Suite Street,
Chicago, III.
First-Class Garage
. 2630 Wabaeh Avenue
M. N. CONNCRY, Proprleter
Best Equipped Garage in Chicago
Electric Trucks Charged.
Automobile Truck Storage and Gar
age 8pace lor Rent.
Illinois
improvement & Ballast
Company
SLAG
445 Commercial National Bask BMj.
CHICAGO
Phona Central 1584
Talaphona North 139
ILLINOIS FRFE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
NORTH SIDE OITICE
826-828 North Clark Stmt
North Sid Turner Hall Building
CHICAGO
i '
AUGUST A. BBRKBS. Superintendent
Chicago Title and
Trust Company
FURNISHES
Complete and accurate abstracts of
title.
RsHeUe and ecflecubt guarantee, of
title.
Bsptrt service as admlnltrof, ex
cute, guardlaa, recetver and mvd,
At leal a.t ... eonatstsnt with the
aaaataM,. of adeqttau reserves
for babtttita on guarantee potldae and
abstracts, superior errrlee. and torn,
pleta end carefully constructed plant.
Aaaats exceed 8,0OO,0OO
No demand liabilities
Chicago Title aad Trait Company
W. WASHH0T0N STREET
President, Harrison B. Rltev.
Viee President, A. R. Marriott.
Vie President end True Officer,
. .. Win. C, Nlbtaek.
Vice President. Abel Dark.
Vice Prealdent, John A. Richardson.
oecmarr, juann M. uan.
TrsMrr, W. R. Fokoa
Continental
And Commercial
National Bank
of Chicago.
Statement of Condition at Cloio of Busl
nets Saturday, August 9, 1913.
RMOURCKS.
Time Lonna.... 192,309,366.71
Demand Loans. 32,362,438.72
Sonde, Becurl
ties, etc....... 16,403,152.82
1141.0:9,957.25
United States Bonds to Se
cure Circulation 3,706,571.83
Real Estato 13,847.00
overdraft 10,013.45
Cash nnd Duo from Banks.. 64,031,176.52
L,A..L.TI8.,2,3'S"'B65'10
Capital f 21,500,000.00
Surplus 8,500,000.00
Undivided Profits 2,040,146.95
Iteserved for Taxes 372,942.66
Circulation 8,579,100.00
Deposits, Indi
vidual $75,148,019.63
Deposits, Bank. 07,701,355.81 172,849,375.49
8213,841,565.10
OFFICERS.
GEORGE M. REYNOLDS President
RALPH VAN VECUTEN..Vico 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. G. SCHROEDER Vice President
NATHANIEL R. LOSCH Cashier
HARVEY C. VERNON Asst. Cashier
GEORGE B. SMITH Asst. Cashier
WILDER HATTERY Asst. Cashier
H. ERSKINE SMITH Asst. Cashier
JOHN R. WASHBURN Asst Cashier
WILSON W. LAMPERT.... Asst. Cashier
DAN NORMAN Asst. Cashier
GEORGE A. JACK80N Asst. Cashier
EDWARD S. LACQY, Chairman of Ad
vlsory Committee.
Continental & Commercial
Trust & Savings Bank
Statement of the Condition of this Bank
at tho Commencement of Business
August 11, 1913.
RESOURCES.
Time L.oan feecured hv ml.
lateral) 85,624,893.98
vcinunu uoini
(secured by col-
lateral) 33,767,771.79
Bonds and Securi
ties 10,650,993.56
Due from Banks. 2,793,171.90
Cash 1,661,723.94
Demand Resources 20,673,061.19
120,298,560.17
LIABILITIES.
Capital $ 3,000,00.00
Surplus 1,600,000.00
Undivided Profits 467,632.16
Ilosorvctl for
Taxes and In
terest 107.785.63 85,165,417.79
Demand De
posits 310,087,056.15
Tlmo Deposits... 11,040,086.23 21,133.142,33
$26,298,560.17
Legal Reserve, 20. Cash Reserve, 7.42.
OFFICERS.
GEORGE M. REYNOLDS President
JOHN JAY ABBOTT Vice President
anonan B. CALDWELL.VIce President
CHARLES C. WILLSON Cashier
FRANK H. JONES Secretary
WILLIAM P. KOPF. Asst. Secretary
HENRY C. OLCOTT, Manager of Bond
Department.
The Hibernian Banking
Association
Statement of Condition at Commencement
of Business August 11, 1813.
RESOURCES.
Time Loans 315,729,695.61
Real Estate 65,272,73
Bonds and Secur
ities $9,539,053.93
Demand Loans,., 1,877,872.12
Cash and E x
change 3,478,227.02 14,895,153.07
$30,680,121.41
LIABILITIES,
Capital $ 2,000,000.00
Surplus 1,000,000.00
Undivided Profits 235,078.93
Reserved for Taxes, Interest,
etc 120,170.55
Demand Depos!ts.33.B76,287.14
Tlmo Deposits.... 23,748,848.80 37,324,871.94
n.o.BB 30.80,121.41
OFFICERS.
OEonan m. Reynolds President
DAVID R. LEWIS Vlco President
HENRY B. CLARKE Vice President
and Manager of Savings Department.
LOUIS n. CLARKE Vice President
JOHN W. MacGEAGH Cashier
FREDERIC 8. IIBBARD Secretary
EVERETT R. McFADDEN....Asst. Sec'y
JOHN P. V. MURPHY Asst. Cashier
OEORGE ALLAN Asst. Cashier
The capital stock of tho Continental
and Commercial Trust and Savings Bank
3.000,000) nnd the capital stock or The
Inernlan Banking Association (82,000,
000) are owned by the stockholders of
the Continental and Commercial National
Bank of Chicago.
Combined Deposits of
These Banks
$221,307,389.81
OVER YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
liJPJM
Trade Marks
DCSIONS
OoavRiaHT Ac.
Anrons sending a sketrh and description mar
quickly ascertain our opinion tree wheciicr.au
iiiTeniinn isprunmDir
lions atrlfttlw coiittdaiit
aant trA. (flriaat aaanev
Patents taken tbrouah
racial nolle, wii nous cni
Communlrit.
OK on Patents
nil.
receive
atuM
Hclatnotk, without cnarja, in tba
Scktiflfie flmtrkaiL
A handiomslr HlaitnUfd wssklr. Tsimrttt elf.
culstlou of any cintUlo lltirna. Tenna.M a
iiiwr Hauifva ffa mm it j mi pvwpus
Usajl ami ara ... smi..
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WE invite you to make this institution your
banking home and we will be much pleased
to receive a personal call if you contemplate any
sort of change in your banking connections.
Thisisprimarily acommercial bank, organized
in 1869, which has maintained its own integrity
and individuality. We appreciate our friends.
Capital and Surplus, $2,700,000.00
Deposits about $20,000,000.00
TRIBUNE BUILDING
MADISON AND DEARBORN STREETS
Drovers National Bank
of Chicago
Capital and Surplus. Sl.000.000
Has for over twenty-five years
rendered quick and efficient
service to its correspondents.
Resources Nine Million Dollars
OFFICERS:
Edward Tlldcn, President At. W. Tildcn, Assistant Cashier
John Fletcher. Vice-Prcs. F. N. Mercer, Assistant Cashier
dco. M. Benedict, Cashier H. P. Oates, Assistant Cashier
W. F. Rowc, Assistant Cashier
Edward Tilden
Wm. A. Tildcn
DIRECTORS:
L. B. Patterson
John Fletcher
Wm. C. Cummings
Avcrill Tilden
Qco. M. Benedict
First Mortgage 6 Real Estate Bonds
DENOMINATIONS
$ 100.00
$ 500.00
$1,000.00
$5,000.00
Reservations Mads for Future Delivery
Graham fe Sons
BANKERS
Established IS57
659-661 West Madison Street
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF
North-Western Trust and
Savings Bank
Milwaukee Avenue and Division Street
At tho Commencement of Business August llth 1913
RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts 13,016,388.43
Bonds and Other Securities 1,236,107.88
Overdrafts 648.92
Bank Building and Real Estato 134,000.00
Duo from Banks $403,565.07
Cash on band 281,245.43 684,810.50
,$5,070,955.73
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock '.....$ 260,000.00
Surplus Fund 126,000.00
Undivided Profits 26,421.88
Reserve for Interest and Taxes 10,072.60
Deposits 4,659,401.25
$5,070,965.73
JOSEPH BBIPELD
President
W. J. ROTH
Secretary and Manager
FIDELITY SAFETY VAULTS
: incorporated:
OXES $3.00 PER YEAR AND UPWARDS
111 West MNIILPH ST. 0HKMI0, ILLINIIS
ONE DOOR WEST OP TUB HOTEL SHERMAN
Telephone Kedtle 5380
JOSEPH C. BLAHA & CO.
REAL ESTATE
LOANS AND INSURANCE
3732 Weet Twelfth Street
Near Independence Blvd. ,
CHICAGO. ILL.
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