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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
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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
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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.
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