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h OLDEST SAVINGS BANK IN CHICAGO fMBMswswes SMMeswaaei 1 lmmmt i i ww The Hibernian Banking Association CSVABLISHCD 1667 8. E. Cor. S: CI?: -,c: J W. Monro Streets SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of One Dollar or more received, on which interest is allowed at a rate of 3 per cent per nnnum, compounded h tlf-yciirly. Open SATURDAY NIGHTS from 0:00 to 8.00 o'clock. BOND DEPARTMENT Offers a carefully selected list of Municip-it, Railroad and Corporation Bond, suitable for trust funds, banks and private investment. BANKING DEPARTMENT Invites on favorable terms the accounts of Individuals, firmi and cor (rations. TRUST DEPARTMENT Authorized by law to accept and execute trust of nil kinds, REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT Bay and sells real estate on commission; co'lcctn rents, manages es tates; sells hlgh'grado mortgages; makes loans on improved real estate. Mfnota $itrrtg (Eompmtg Ancts -ever One Million Dellars Chieage's Flenssr Surety Cemsany 134 South L.aSlle Street, Chicago Court Contract Public Official All Kinds ' of Surety Bonds Fidelity and Miscellaneous Bonds No Red Taps No Dslay Patronize Your Home Company Tsl. Franklin 1141 WILL OO ON YOUR BOND JOHN McGILLEN QENERAL AGENT 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 St, Chicago PHONE CENTRAL 4387 German-American Safety Deposit Vaults Telephone Lincoln 131t ARTHUR JOSETTI Real Estate and Loans FIRE INSURANCE 657 W. North Avenue ffi, CHICAGO The Credit Guide 7th Floor Fort Dearborn Bldrf. 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 firms v and corporations doing business in Chicago and Cook County. For further information call gUadolph 1223.6 Automatic 33443 Photu Main 4495 QERAQHTY & 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 O FFICER S WILLIAM A. TILDEN flRTOSSw OUOROC II. WILSON President jS8i?J&&b. Cashier NELSON N. LAMPERT 4tlnff CMS. PERNALD Vice President lkf-HE3BjLA(l Assistant Cashier J. FLETCHER FARRELL l&wlflKsfif THOMAS E. NEWCOMER Vice President vXSSsV M Assistant Casmer (HENRY R. KENT fsfiejUv WM. W. LE OROS Vice President gi'c- Assistant Cashier II. LAWTON Manager Foreign Department C. L. DOVE, Assistant Cashier Comparative Showing of Deposits February 14, 1908 - - $ 9,887,954.84 February 5, 1909 ... 11,617,691.24 March 29, 1910 ... 15,041,337.21 March 7, 1911 - ... 21.574,936.79 September 1, 1911 ..... 24,500,075.82 December 5, 1911 - - - - - 25,445,199.89 February 20, 1912 26,207,446,32 April 18, 1912 27,287,752.30 June 14, 1912 28,433,836.35 September 4, 1912 31,041,482 12 June 4, 1913 32,279,444.35 March 4, 1914 33,602,780.35 June 30, 1914 - - 35,267,516.64 Fort Dearborn Trust and Saving! Bank WILLIAM A. TILDEN, President NELSON N. LAMPERT, Vice President JOHN E. SHEA, Cashier . .. Bavins Dept., CHAS. A. TILDEN, Ass't Cashier Bond Dcpt., S. O. MILLER, Manager Trust Dept., E. C. GLENNY, Secretary. Rea Estate Loan Dcpt., F. A. MYREN, Manager HERBERT C KOER. Manager Safe Deposit Vault! Savlngi Department Threepercentlnterest Bend Department Deals In Investment cm Savings Account. Deposits made before Securities of safe and conservative nature, the Tenth of each month bear Interest from v the First. T1SMSoTtlSSdfl D'P'rtm.nt-Th. Real Estate !!?? Tre?5 XM?1teri&arMif ta and Loan Department has recently been plcUrpailty? RegUtT" and ta opened for the benefit of our patron. VAtJI TS 8a' Deposits for Papers, Securities, Jewels, Plate and other ,! valuables; Individual bote or vaults at nominal rental CORNER MONROE AND CLARK STREETS Illinois Trust & Savings Bank La Salic 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 OEORQB K. SCHMIDT PHONCl LINCOLN 126 K. G. SCHMIDT Q SON Real Estate. First MortgageLoans Insurance Safety Deposit Vaults 1604 CLYBOURN AVE,, CHICAGO Cor. North Ave. RANDOLPH 49C4 United States Audit Co. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 803 Boyce Building 30 North Dearborn Street CHICAGO HENRY L. HERTZ, President TANNER & CONLEY MERCHANT TAILORS FIRST-CLASS WORK AT MODERATE PRICES Reaper Block 72 W. Washington St CHICAGO Telephone Central 224 WB RENT TUXEDOS AND FULL DRESS SUIT! 153 North Lm Suite Street, Chicago, . Telephone North 139 ILLINOIS FREE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE NORTH SIDE OFFICE 826-828 North Clark Street North Side Turner Hell Building CHICAGO GUSTAV A. BERKES. Superintendent GEORGE BUDGE, Assistant Superintendent Chicago Title and Trust Company FURNISHES Complete and accurate absttacta o litre. Reliable and collectible guarantee, of title. Expert service as admlnlMrptor, ex ecutor, guardian, receiver and mii'-e. At the lowest prices conslitrnt with the maintenance of adequato reserves for liabilities on guarantee policies and abstracts, superior service, and a com plete and carefully constructed plant, Assets exceed $9,000,000 No demand liabilities Chicago Title and Trust Company t W. WASHINGTON STItEET Presldtnt, Harrison D. Riley. Vice President, A. R. Marriott. Vice President and Trust Officer. Wm. C. Niblaik. Vice President. Abel Davis. Vice President, John A. Richardson Secretary, Justin M. Da!!. treasurer, rranK u, uaruncr Continental and Commercial National Bank OF CHICAGO Statement of Condition at Close of Busi ness; Tuesday, June 30, 1914, RE80URCES. Time loam ....S98,C9,2C0.C9 Demand loans.. rV,263,CG7.42 Uoiuls, securi ties, etc 8,764, CSC. 93 U. 8. bonds to lecuic circu lation Dank premises. Other real es tnto Overdrafts Cash ntul duo from banks... $130,719,485.01 8,040,000.00 0,000,000.00 13.817,00 10,739.93 03,221,133.75 1210,003,210.73 LIABILITIES. Capital stock 121,500,000 00 Hurplus 8,G0O,O0O.CO Undivided profits 2,411, 221. S3 Itescrvcd for taxes 300,32j,&3 Circulation 8,578,297.00 Deposits 175,315,365.88 $210,005,210.73 OFFICERS. George M. Itcynolds, President, imiph Van Vechten, Vlco-Prcsldont Alex, nobertson, Vice-President. Herman Wnldcck, Vlco-Prcsldent, John C. Craft, Vlco-l'resldent.. James K. Chapman, Vlco-l'resldent. William T. Bruckner. Vice-President. Nathaniel II. Iosch, Cashier. . , John It. Washburn, Asst. Cashier. Harvey C. Vernon, Asst Cnshler. CJcorga 13. Smith, Asst. Cashier. Wllbcr Hattery, Asst. Cashier. If. UrsUlno Smith. Asst. Cashier, Wilson W. Lamport. Asst. Cashier. Dan Norman, Asst. Cashier. Cleorgo A. Jackson, Asst. Cashier. . . Kdwnrd S. Lncey, Chairman of Ad visory Commlttco. Continental and Com mercial Trust and Savings Bank Statement of Condition at Commence ment of Business July 1, 1914. RESOURCES. Tlmo loans (secured by col-, lateral) S C.219,2I7.CU Dcmund loans (secured b y collateral) ....$ 7,955,108.29 DondB nnd ho- curltle 12,190,807.13 Due from banks. I). 118,034.30 Cash 2,513,019.04 Demand resources 20,383,689.02 LIABILITIES, Capital stock ... 3,000,000.00 Hurplus 1,500,000.00 Undivided profits 439,824.12 Hescrvcd for taxes and In terest 221,173,02 Do m and do-... posits $15,609,280.93 Tlmo deposits... 11,772,658.65 $32,602,930.62 $5,160,997.14 27,441,039. IS $22,602,930.02 OFFICERS. Oeorgo M. Reynolds. President. John Jay Abbott, Vlce-Presldont. Oeorgo 11. Caldwell, Vice-President. Charles C. Wtllson. Cashier. Frank H. Jones, Secretary. Wm. P. Kopf, Asst. Secretary. Henry C. Olcott, Manager Dond Dept. The Hibernian Banking Association Statement of Condition at Commence- ment of Business July 1, 1914. RESOURCES. Tlmo loans $17,108,012.09 Real tcinte 41,898.58 Bonds, and ne- curitlcs $9,948,093.22 Demand loans.... 1,352,846.38 Cash and ex- chango 3,853,145.14 15,154,034.74 $32,303,990.01 LIABILITIES. Capital stock $ 2,000,000.00 Surplus 1,000,000.00 Undivided profits 345,427.25 Reserved for taxes and In- ...., tercst 123,650.94 Dividends unpaid 60,000.00 Domand deposltB $3,970,011.75 Tlmo deposits .. 24,798,300.07 ..., 28,774,917.82 OFFICERS. $32,303,996.01 ClconfO M. Reynolds, President. David R. I.cwln, Vlco-Presldcnt. Henry U. Clarke, Vice-President. Louis 11. Clarke, Vice-President. Frederic 8. Hobanl, Cashier. Kvorott R. McFodden, Secretary. John P. V. Murphy, Mgr. Savings Dopt. Clcorgo Allan. Asst. Cashier. Thomas II. McClrath, Asst, Cashier. The capital stock of the Continental nnd Commercial Trust nnd Savings Bank ($3,000,000) and tho capital stock of the Hibernian Banking Association ($2,000, 000) nro owned by tho stockholders of tho Continental nnd Commercial National isank or unicago. Combined Deposits of These Banks - $231,532,223.18 68 YEARS' EXPERIENCE tsAa4aU OVER ij2E3S ' TrtADC Marks DESIGNS RnovninHTa Ac. AnvnM nnrflnir n abMnh .mil rfnrrlntlnn mm niUi'lilr luevrinln our opinion . froo whether an niToiitlnii l prnlinlilr pnif innhle . t oniniuiilcii tlciiiastrlctljrniiiUUantlul.HANUEOOX nul'atouts sunt truo. Ol.lejt niimiry fur nccurniR patents. t'nloms tukon tlimutli Jlumi 4 Co. receive tfirflalnoficr, wltlioutcliarao, intbo Scientific Jlttiericam A han(1snmlr llliutratod weeklr. I-nrseit clr. A..I..1I..I, .it nnw alnntlfln 1nlirnl. 1 i.riliA. SJ A fonri IniirmontUs,$l. Bolabyuii tiewiUoalerj. i M0NN&Co.3B,B'oid"i'- Newport " iTralcl Ohio, hi, V 8U Wii"w4 . u. ! 51 WE invito you to make this institution your banking homo and we will be much pleased to receive a personal call if you contemplate any sort of change in your banking connections. Thisisprimarilyacommcrcial bank, organized in 1869, which has maintained its own integrity and individuality. We appreciate our friends. Capitat and Surplus, $2,800,000.00 Deposits about $20,000,000.00 TRIBUNE BUILDING MADISON AND DEARBORN STREETS J Drovers National Bank of Chicago Capital and Surplus. $1,000,000 Has for over twenty-five years rendered quick and efficient service to its correspondents. Resource!! Nine Million Dollars OFFICERS OWEN T. KEEVKS, Jr., President M.W. TILDEN. Vice President OEO. M. BENEDICT, Cashier M. PALEN'SKE. Ant. Ca.hlcr P. N. MERCER. Asst. Caahle H. P. OATE3, Asst. Cashier DIRECTORS WILLIAM A. TILDEN OEO. M. BENEDICT L. B. PATTERSON WM.CCUMMINOS AVERILL TILDEN BRYAN O.TIOHB JOHN FLETCHER M. W. TILDEN OWEN T.REEVES. JR. JOSEPH BEIFELD Pltfident W. J. ROTH Secretary and Manager FIDELITY SAFETY VAULTS : INCORPORATED: BOXES $3.00 PER YEAR AND UPWARDS 111 Wnt RMMLPN ST. IHWAU, ILLMMS ONE DOOR WEST OP THE HOTEL SHERMAN 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 Eatabtlah.4 ISS7 659-661 West Madison Street CONDENSED STATEMENT OF North -Western Trust & Savings Bank Milwaukee Avenue and Division Street at the commencement of business , September 14, 1914. Loans nnd Discounts Bonds nnd Other Securities -Overdrafts ... Dank Building nnd Real Estate Duo from Banks Cash on Hnnd RESOURCES $4 18,048.69 266,182.01 S2.639.617, 67 1,169,892 SO 2,844.67 131,500.00 681,230.70 S4.931.0S5.54 LIABILITIES Capital Stock S300.000 Surplus Fund 125,000 Undivided Profits Reserve for Tnes Deposits S300.000.00 00 13,712.17 2,514.37 4,189,829 00 Sl931S5.54 Webster College of Law National Life Building, 29 South La Salle St. JAMES HAMILTON LEWIS, Prttidtnt. ALBERT H. PUTNEY, Ph. D., LL. D., Dtit Urgi faculty of leading judge and lawyers. Degiea f LL. B. in three yean. Everieg Senior Mondayi, Wednesday! and Friday. Text-book, eaea end kcllir fyrtfin. Post-graduate and the legal courses. Spec'al prepiratory eoursa or the bar examination without extra tuition fee. This College mai talat tfa Standards of the University Law Schools. Call or tend for CaUle.