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THE CHICAGO EAGLE.
(U OLDEST SAVINGS BANK IN CHICAGO The Hibernian Banking Association ESTABLISHED 1117 S. C. Cr. 9: Clark and W. Monro Stroato SAVINOB DEPARTMENT Deposits of One Dollar or mora received, on which interest is allowed at I rate of 3 per cent per annum, compounded half-yearly. Opes SATURDAY NIGHTS from 0:00 to 8:00 o'clock. BOND DEPARTMENT Offen i carefully selected list of Municipal, Railroad and Corporation i niMsn lor irusi mnas, panics ana private investment. BANKING DEPARTMENT Invitee on favorable terms the accounts of individuals, firms and cor flBBsttione, TRUST DEPARTMENT Attthorised by law to accept and execute trusts of all kinds. REAL ESTATE 'DEPARTMENT ye and eells real estate on commission; collects rents, manages ea atea; aella high-grade mortgages; makes loans on improved real estate. Mittois urfti (ftmttpatttj Aucls svsr Ons Millisn Delltra ChicagVa Pienaar Surety Company 134 South L.eSalle Street, Chicago Court Contract Public Official All Kinds of Surety Bonds IP Nil Fidelity and Miscellaneous Bonds No Rsd Tap No Delay Patronize Yeur Home Company Tal. Franklin 1141 WILL OO ON YOUR BOND JOHN McQILLEN OENERAL AOENT 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 LaSalle St., Chicago PHONE CENTRAL 4287 The Credit Guide 7th Floor Fort Dearborn Bids'. 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 udolph 1220-6 Automatic 0244A Fort Dearborn National Bank Capital and Surplus $2,700,000 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Peraonal attention given to accounta of all Firms, Individuals, Corporations and Banks OFFICERS WILLIAM A. TILDEN President NELSON N. LAMPERT Vice President J. FLETCHER FARRELt, Vice President HENRY R. KENT Vice President H. LAWTON Manager Foreign pepartment JSm" VPli OEOROE It. WILSON Cashier C1IAS. FERNALD Assistant Cashier THOMAS E. NEWCOMER Assistant Cashier WM. W. LE OROS Assistant Cashier C. L. BOYB, Assistant Cashier Comparativa Showing of Deposits February 14, 1908 - February 5, 1909 .... March 29, 1910 .... March 7, 1911 September 1, 1911 .... December 8, 1911 .... February 20, 1912 . . - - April 18, 1912 June 14, 1912 ..... September 4, 1912 - June 4, 1913 ..,-. $ 9,887,954.84 1I,B17,B9I.Z4 1S,041,3S7.21 21.S74.9S6.79 24.800.07S.82 25,448,199.89 26,207,446,32 27,287,752.30 28,433,836.35 31,041,482 12 32,279,444.35 Fort Dearborn Trust and Savings Bank WILLIAM A. TILDEN, President NELSON N. LAMPERT, Vice President JOHN E. SHEA, Cashier N. Au't Cashier Hon C. OLENNY. Secretary. Kea Estate Loan Ocpt., P. A. MYREN, Manager HERBERT C KOER. Manager Safe Deposit Vault! Savings Dept.. CHAS. A. TILDE Trust Dept., E. Dond Dept., 8. 0. MILLER, Manager Savings Department Threepercentlnterest Bend Department Deals In Investment on Savings Accounts. Deposits made befora Securities of safe and conservative nature, the Tenth of each month bear Interest from the Pint. Trust Department Serves as Administrator, Executor, Ouardlan, Conservator. Assignee, Receiver, Transfer Agent, Registrar and In every judiciary capacity. Real Estate Department The Real Estate and Loan Department has recently been opened tor the benefit of our patrons. VAULTS '' Deposits for Papers, Securities, Jewels, Plate and other ShhT valuables; Individual boxea or vaults at nominal rental. CORNER MONROE AND CLARK STREETS Illinois Trust & Savings Bank La Sail 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. INTEREST AT 3 PER ANNUM Capital and Surplus, $15,000,000.00 RANDOLPH 4904 United States Audit Co. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS . 803 Boyce Building 30 North Dearborn Street CHICAGO HENRY L. HERTZ, President Phomt Main 4498 QERAQHTY & CO. Badges ana Buttons, Muslin and Oilcloth Signs 153 North Lm Suite Street, Chicago, III. First-Class Garage 2630 Wabash Avenue N. M.' CONNERY, Proprietor first Equipped Garage in Chicago Electric Trucks Charged. Automobile Truck Storage and Gar ge Space for Rent. Lampert & Keller INSURANCE AGENTS 2009 Inauranc Exchange 175 W. Jackson Boulevard REPRESENTING Buffalo-German Insurance Co. of New York Telephone IVanioiph 390.3 Chicago Title and Trust Company FURNISHES Complete and accurate abstracts of title. Reliable and collectible guarantee of title. Gipert tervlce at AtiAnir'nt, ex. tcutor. guardian, receiver and trustee. At the ton cat prices consistent with the maintenance of adequate- reserve tor liaMlltlet on guarantee potldee and abstract, superior service, and a com pitta and carefully constructed plant. Aeaata exceed 8,000,000 No demand liabilities Chicago Title sid Trait Company m w. WASRharoN street President, Harrison D. Riley. Vice President. A. R. Marriott. Vice President and Trust Officer. Win, C, Niblack. Vice President. Abel Davis. Vic President, John A. Richardson Secretary. Jut'.in M. Dili. Treasurer, Prank U. Uardncr Continental And Commercial National Bank of Chicago. Statement of Condition at Close of Busi ness Saturday, Auguet 9, 1013. RKSOURCKS. Time I.oani.... 192,309,365.71 Demand Loans. 32,302,438.72 Sonde, Securi ties etc 1M03.1S2.S2 United State Bonds to Se cure Circulation 8,706,571.18 Ileal Estate 13,847.00 Overdrafts 10,013.45 Cash and Due from Bank,. 64,031,176.63 U,A.IL,T..,213'M,'MU0 Capital f 21,600,000.00 Surplus 8,600,000.00 Undivided Profits 2,040,146.16 Reserved for Taxes 373,943.66 Circulation 8,679,100.00 Deposits, Indi vidual 176,148,019.68 Deposits, Bank. 97,701,356.81 173,349,875.49 TANNER & CONLEY MERCHANT TAILORS MUT-CLASS WORK AT UODKKATM PRICES Reaper Block 72 W. Washington St CHICAGO Telephone Central 224 WB RENT TUXEDOS AND FULL DR1SS SUITS Telephone North 139 ILLINOIS FREE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE WlamamaMmWaMWaMmaWMSamaMmmmmmmaMmmm NORTH SIDE OITICE 826-828 North Clark Street North Side Turner Hall Building CHICAGO GUSTAV A. BERKES. Superintendent OEOROE BUDGE, Aaeletant Superintendent $213,841,665.10 OFFICII.,. OEOROE M. RETNOLDS 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. O. SCHROEDER Vict President NATHANIEL R. LOBCH Cashier HARVEY C. VERNON Asst Cashier OEOROE B. SMITH Asst. Cashier WILBER HATTERT Asst. Cashier H. ERSKINB SMITH Asst. Cashier JOHN R, WASHBURN Asst Cashier WILSON W. LAMPERT. ...Asst. Cashier DAN NORMAN Asst Cashier OEOROE A. JACK80N Asst. Cashier EDWARD 8. LACET, Chairman of Ad visory Committee. Continental & Commercial Trust & Savings Bank Statement of the Condition of this Bank at the Commencement of Business August 11, 1913. RESOURCES. Time Loans (secured by col lateral) $5,624,898.93 Demand Loans (secured by col- ..lateral) 35,767,771.79 Bonds and Securi ties 10,660,993.56 Due from Banks.- 2,793,171.90 Cash 1,661,723.94 Demand Resources 20,673,661,19 320,298,660.17 LIABILITIES. Capital t 3,000,00.00 Surplus 1,600,000.00 Undivided Profits 467,632.10 Reserved for Taxes and In terest 107.788,63 ?,1 15,417.79 Demand Do posit $10,087,066.15 Time Deposits... 11,046,030.23 21,133,142.38 S26.!9S,R60.17 Legal Reserve, 20. Cash Reserve, 7.42. OFFICERS. OEOItGE M. REYNOLDS President JOHN JAY ABBOTT Vice President OEOROE B. CALDWELL.VIce President CHARLES C. WILLSON Cashier FRANK II. JONES Secretary WILLIAM P. KOPF. Asst. Secretory HENRY C. OLCOTT, Manager of Bond Department. The Hibernian Banking Association Statement of Condition at Commencement of Business August 11, 1013. RESOURCES. Time Loans 615,729,695.61 Real Estate 65,272.73 Bonds and Secur ities 19,539,053.93 Demand Loans... 1,877,873.13 Cash and Ex change 3,478,227.03 14,895,153.07 liab.lit.es. ,30'M0'12U1 Capital f 2,000,000.00 Surplus 1,000,000,00 Undivided Profits 235,078.92 Reserved for Taxes, Interest, etc. 120,170.65 Demand Deposlts.3,676,287.14 Time Deposits.... 23,745,648.80 27,324,871.94 OFF.CER8. ,3MM',2Ml OEOROE M. REYNOLDS President DAVID R. LEWIS Vice President HENRY B. CLARKE Vice President and Manager of Savings Department. LOUIS n. CLARKE Vice President JOHN W. MacGEAOH Cashier FREDERIC B. HEBARD Secretary EVERETT R. McFADDEN....Asst. Seo'y JOHN P. V. MURPHY Asst. Cashier OEOROE ALLAN Asst. Cashier The capital stock of the Continental and Commercial Trust and Savings Bank ($3,000,000) and the capital stock of The Hibernian Banklmr Association (82.000.- 000) are owned by the stockholders of the Continental ana Commercial National Bank of Chicago. Combined Deposits of These Banks $221,307,389.81 OVER 68 YEARS' EXPERIENCE JVillMrJ Trade Marks OeaiaNa Copyright! Ac. Anrone sending: a sketch and description mar i QlllCKir asrurmiii tur uihiiiui, i,uu uuiiivr wi, liirunilnn Is prohablr patentable. Coniniunlra. tlonssirlctlrronUdentral. HANDBOOK oiil'atents . (Ililnit mane fur securiuff Datents. aunt f rea. I'nienis innen 11 receive Eencr tor secunufrpa routfh slunu A Co. uuriuinoiue. wiinouicnnrae. mine Scientific Hmericatt A handsnmelr Illustrated weekly. I.nmeit etr ciiiulluil of nnr solenjldo Journal, Tonus, S3 rour i tmir niuntus, L Bold brail newsdealers. sx WE invite you to make this institution your banking home and we will be much pleased to teceive a personal call if you contemplate any sort of change in your banking connections. Thisisprimaiilyacommercial 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.OOO.000 Has for over twenty-five years rendered quick and efficient service to its correspondents. Resource! Nine Million Dollars OFFICERS! Edward Tilden, President M. W. Tllden, Assistant Cashier John Fletcher. Vlce-Prei. F. N. Mercer, Aislitant Cashier deo. M. Benedict, Cashier H. P. dates, Assistant Cashier W. F. Rowe, Assistant Cashier Edward Tilden Wm. A. Tilden DIRECTORSi L. B. Patterson John Fletcher Wm. C. Cummings Averill Tilden deo. M. Benedict First Mortgage 6 Real Estate Bonds DENOMINATIONS $ 100.00 $ 500.00 $1,000.00 $5,000.00 Reservations Mad for Future Delivery Graham a Sons BANKERS Established I8S7 659-661 West Madison Street Condensed Statement of NORTH-WESTERN TRUST & SAVINGS BANK Mllwmukm Avonum mnd Division At the Commencement of Business, October 22nd, 1913. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $2,843,465.90 Bonds and other securities 1,346,270.57 Overdrafts 2,733.42 Bank building and real estate 134,500.00 Duo from banks $523,941.67 Cash on hand 267,221.72 791.163.39 Total $5,118,133.28 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $ 250,000.00 Surplus fund 125,000.00 Undivided Profits 35,206.76 Reserve for interest and taxes 10,072.60 Deposits 4,697,853.92 Total $5,118,133.28 JOSEPH BE1PELD President W. J. ROTH Secretary and Manager FIDELITY SAFETY VAULTS I INCORPORATED: OXES $3.00 PER YEAR AND UPWARDS 111 Will MNIOLPH IT. ONE DOOR WEST OP THE HOTEL SHERMAN 0HI0AI0, ILLINOIS Telephone Kedxle 5380 JOSEPH C. BLAHA ZL CO. REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE 3732 West Twelfth Street Near Independence Blvd. CHICAGO. ILL. "i -i