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THE CHICAGO EAGLE.
The Corn Exchange National Bank OF CHICAGO OFFICERS ERNEST A. HAMILL, President CHARLES L. HUTCHINSON, Vice-President D. A. MOULTON, Vice-President OWEN T. REEVES, Vice-President J. E. MAAS, Vice-President FRANK W. SMITH, Secretary JAMES G. WAKEFIELD, ashler LEWIS E. GARY, A.'t Cashier EDWARD F. SCHOENECK, Ass't Cashier A. J. FORD. Ass't Caihier J. G. WALKER. Ait't Caihier CHARLES NOVAK, Ass't Cathier DIRECTORS WATSON F. BLAIR EDWARD B. BUTLER BENJAMIN CARPENTER CLYDE M. CARR ERNEST A. HAMILL CHARLES H. HULBURD CHARLES L. HUTCHINSON MARTIN A. RYERSON EDWARD A. SHEDD ROBERT J. THORNE CHARLES H. WACKER CHAUNCEY B. BORLAND J. HARRY SELZ 3 Paid On Savings Deposits FOREIGN EXCHANGE LETTERS OF CREDIT CABLE TRANSFERS 136 South La Salle Street OUR CREED We believe that the banker should have a higher ideal than personal advancement or building large deposits. We believe his mission is to teach the people to save, and to guard their savings with extraordinary care to the end that poverty and the necessity for charity may be gradually eliminated. It is our aim to be, in truth the PEOPLES TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK MICHIGAN AVENUE AND ADAMS STREET Capital and Surplus $3,000,000 United States Depositary Fort Dearborn National Bank OFFICERS WM. A. T1LDEN, l'rcsldont. NELSON N. IAMPEllT, Vlce-Pres. U. C TUUUS. Cashier. ?oennr1kcehnktu XlSfEL &MxiKkrinWfaffl. JOHN FLETCHER, Vlce-Pri. WM u McKEE, Ass't Ciuihler. MAtlCUS.TACOBOWSKY, Vlce-Pres. H .T. McKAY, AiVt Cnshlor. OEOItan II. WILSON. VJce-1'rcs. ' WM. V. McLALLEN, Ass't Cashier UAURY LAWTON, Mr. Foreign Dopt. Pergonal Attention given to Accounts of Firm; Individuals, Corporations and Banks COMPARATIVE SHOWING OF DEPOSITS February 4, 1911 $10,499,714.20 January 13,1914 29,727,922.06 Marcn 4,1913 29,844,163.94 March 7, 1916 39.932.490 96 Dccembcr27, 1910 42,983,010.03 Fort Dearborn Trust & Savings Bank OFFICERS WILLIAM A. TILDEN NELSON N. LAMPERT JOHN E. BHBA l'resldcnt VIcc-rresldent Vice-President II. C. ItOKlt, Cashier. K. It. LHNNCIIT, Ass't Cashier Uond Dept., S. Q. MILLEU, Manager. Trust Dept., WM. A. UKADKOliD, Sccrotnry anil Trust Ofllcor. Itcnl IMato Loan Dent., F. LINCOLN JOHNSON, Manager. II J. LEWIS, Manager Safe Deposit Vaults. Ptbruuy 14, 1903 $ 9,887,934 84 February 3,1909 11,617,691.24 March 29,1910 13,041,337.21 March 7,1911 21.374.936.79 February 20, 1912 26,207,446.32 Saving Department Three per cent Interest on Saving! Accounts. Deposits made on or be for the tenth of each month draw Interest from the first of that month. Real Estate Loan Department Loans to responsible borrowers at current rates on Improved real es tate In Cook County. A select list of high grade mortgage for careful Investors always on hand. Bond Department Offers to Investors only such bonds as It purchases for Its own Invest merit, yielding from 4 per cent to G per cont. Trust Department Acts ns Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Trustee, as Trustee In Corporate Dond Issues, as Transfer Agent nnd Registrar of Corporate Stock and all other Fiduciary capacities. Safe Deposit Vaults Private Safe Deposit Hones suitable for Banks, Corporation and Individuals. Annual rental, three dollars and upwards. CORNER MONROE AND CLARK STREETS DO YOU INTEND TO BUY REAL ESTATE? If You Do remember that the Title Guarantee Policies issued by the Chicago Title ami Trust Company constitutes a contract in which the company agrees, in case the title is attacked, to defend it at the Company's expense. No other form of title papers carries such a guar antee. Any title is subject to at tack and if attacked must bo defended) with any other system if nu attack is made upon the title the owner must defend his title at his own expense. Tim Clilrngo Tlltp mill Trnt ('oinpnnv tint mil)' defend jour title without iMM-n In J nil If Mm limp a Title IVMry, hut In mv of In- I lip Cnniimn), licit tho policyholder, lienr the !". CHICAGO TITLE & TRUST CO. 69 West Washington Street .M-tft exceed 812,000,000 No Demand lliiMlltlr- NOR TOMORROW, DUT FOR THE YEARS TO COME. YOUR SMALL WANTS NOW WILL GROW INTO LARGER ONES. SINCE 1870-NEARLY FORTY-SIX YEARS MANY INVES TORS OF THE STABLE, STEADY, CONSERVATIVE CLASS HAVE DEEN OURS EXCLUSIVELY DURING ALL THESE YEARS. IN THE NATURAL ORDER OF THINGS WE HAVE STUDIED THEIR NEEDS AND THEIR WISHES. FROM SMALL BEGINNINGS SOME NOW RUN INTO THE HUN DREDS OF THOUSANDS. A SERVICE THAT YIELDS CON TINUOUS, UNINTERRUPTED RETURNS WITHOUT COM PLICATIONS, DISAPPOINTMENTS OR SERIOUS DELAYS. "Insures Perfect Investment" iQjORnnGAGEjjZ Wm. C. Heinemai.ii & Co. 420 OTIS BLDC-424 10 SOUTH LA SALLE STREET UNION BANK of CHICAGO 25 North Dearborn Street, CHICAGO Capital and Surplus $600,000.00 UNDER STATE SUPERVISION nnmaii OITICKU9 C1IAM.F.M i:. HCIlIATEItN President n. 1IAM.1IOM W. V. HOLMES Vlce-1'reslilrnt mid Cashier Assistant Cashier .1, (1UI.I.IKHEN W. II. TIIOI.KN Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier niKF.CTOKH (I. I., Clausen, John M. K.rlcknori, Henry Ericsson, .loneiih II. Ilemlng, (). llnllliom, (. O. Knibol. Emorjr Nminiist, Tom OImiii, John H. Itydell, Charles E. Hchljr tern, Werner A, Hlcboldt. OLDEST SAVIN6S BtVNK IN CHIO.60 The Hibernian Banking Association UTABLISHKD 1SIT 8. W. Cor. S. La Sails and W. Adams Sta. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of One Dollar or more received, on which interest is allowed at taw rate of 3 per cent per annum, compounded half-yearly. Opts SATURDAY NIGHTS from 6:00 to 8:00 o'clock. BOND DEPARTMENT Offer a carefully selected list of Municipal, Railroad and Corporation Beads, suitable for trust funds, banks and private investment. BANKING DEPARTMENT Isrita on favorable terras the accounts of individuals, firms and corpora- TRUST DEPARTMENT Authorised by law to accept and executo trusts of all kinds, REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT Buy and Sells real estate on commission; collects rents, manages estates; nigh-grade mortgages; makes loans on improved real estate. Wollenberger & Co. INVESTMENT BANKERS 6 Mortgage Bonds Foreign Government Bonds 7 Preferred Bonds 105 South La Salle Street Mid-City Trust & Savings Bank Madison and Halsted Streets CHICAGO 3 on Savings Open Monday and Saturday Evenings Until 8 o'clock Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited Upon Favorable Terms. OFFICERS WM. .1. ltvril.in. President K. C. 1IAIIT, t lce-1'rcsldent DIRECTORS I). II. KKNNKDV. Cnshler C. A. WATIIIKII, Ant Cushler i.mvAitn Monitio, .ir. i'iiank i:. i.ocki: '. M. JIACIWIU.ANK II. IV. ,l.l.i:N AI.KX lJlli:.M W.M. J. IIATIMK K. C IIAIIT it. ii. ki.nm:iv Continental and Commercial National Bank of Chicago I Statement of Condition at Close of ninnies iticjday, may i, iviz RESOURCES. Tlmo loans ..$N2,J23,G9I S". IJvtnnml lorttts. 40,001,455.35 Acceptances .. 8,133,000 30 uomiM, securi ties, etc. ... 9,007,5 IC.ST $200,1TC,32T. 13 U. S. bondi to accttro cir culation inn.nonno Dank promise (equity) C.000.C00.00 uincr rem csinic ij,9iu,j.' CiiHtomeis' llnlilllty on let ters of credit 3.TS0.1CS.G3 Customers' liability on ac ceptances: ns per contra... 1D0.700.02 Overdraft 11,270.00 Cash and duo from limits.. 112,3sG,I7ij.7'l Central Trust Company of Illinois 125 W. Monroe St., Chicago Checking Accounts, Savings Accounts, Bonds, Real Estate Loans, Trust Business Safe Deposit Vaults Under both National and State Supervision Capital and Surplus Profits $6,000,000.00 Deposits 45,000,000.00 Illinois Trust & Savings Bank La Salle 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, $15,700,000.00 JOSEPH DE1FBLD President W. J. ROTH SectwUry and Manager FIDELITY SAFETY VAULTS : incorporated: BOXES $3.00 PER YEAR AND UPWARDS 111 Wat MNIOLPH ST. GHIIUIO. ILLHiMS ONE DOOR WEST OP THE HOTEL SHERMAN WILL OO ON YOUR BOND JOHN McGILLEN GENERAL AGENT American Bonding Company OF BALTIMORE Present Assets: $2,640,877.54 PUBLIC OFFICIALS' BONDS, FIDELITY BONDS CONTRACTORS' BONDS and every kind of Surety Bonds used in legitimate business, also CASUALTY INSURANCE 906 BORLAND BUILDING, 181 LaStUe St., Chfcaco PHONE CENTRAL 437 1322,773,570 02 LIAOILITIES. Capital si.r.nn.onn on KUrplUM S.fiUU.UUU.UU riullvldcd proIltH -l.0DS.fil7.iis lleserwil fur taxes. Circulation (UO.VOO.OO Less amount on liaml 0.00 I.tnlilllty on letters of credit Liability on ncciptuiici's... Deposits' Individual ,.$ir.,lM,:3l.l1 Hank 13S.00S.371.S2 353.92I.1S 150,000.00 3,00,7I9 13 li'C, 700.02 !SI,107,G03.2t $322,773,370.52 OFFICERS. anORCin M. ISLrYNOLDS President AHTltUIt 1U:YXOIDS....VIco Ptcsldent IIAM'H VAN Vi:CHTi:N.VIco President AI,i:X. IlOHHllTSOX Vlco President HHIIMAN WALUKCK Vlco President JOHN C. CltAKT Vlco President JAMi:s . CHAPMAN. ...Vlco President W1I.L1AM T. HUUCKXUR.VIco President JOHN It. WASIIHL'ItN....Vlco President WILSON W. I.AMPnilT Cashier HAHVKY C. VUltNON Asst. Cashier anOItCir. l). SMITH sst. Cashier WIMinil IIATTHUY Asst. Cashier II. URSKtNi: SMITH Asst. Cashier DAN NOltMAN Asst. Cashier anOIian A. JACKSON Asst. Cashier JOHN V. CItADDOCK..MKr. Creijlt Dopt. JOSHPII McCUllltACII.MKr Kor. Dept. it. a, DANIi:i..SON...Mcr. Transit Dept. Continental and Commercial Trust and Savings Bank Chicago Statement of Condition at Com mencement of Business AWiy 2, I!)I7 RESOURCES. Tlmo loans (seemed by col- lateral; I10.2S1.S 13.00 Demand loans (socuied by cnllateial) ...$10,202,291.91 Bonds and so- curltles 9,000,700.99 unit uoiu Danas i-'..'j.ihii.oi Cash Demand ro souices ,, 3,112,111.01 35.I29.215.9S I5,711,05S.9S LIAOILITIES. Capital $ 3,000,000.00 Sin plus l,60O,U00.U0 Undivided prof- ItH 1,03G,S2S.3S llcservt'd for tiiNoa, Interest unci dividends 315,550.00 $5,S$2,37S 12 Demand depos its $23,2SS,021.IS Tlmo deposits,, 1S,GI2,C59.0S Special depos ItH S93.000.00 39,S2S,GS0.rC 15,711, 0JS.0S OFFICERS. Georeo M. Hoynolda President John Jay Abbott Vlco President Arthur Reynolds Vlco President Charles C. Wlllson Cashier Prattle II. Jonos Secictary Wm. P. Kopf Ass't Socrctarv Henry C. Olcott Manaeer Pond Dept, Robert J. llcicoclc Ass't Cashier Albert S. Martin Ass't Cashier The Hibernian Banking Association Chicago Statement of Condition at Com mencement of Business Any 2, 1917 RESOURCES. Tlmo loans $10,1S5,373.C0 Ponds and se curities $7,375,417.75 Demand loans... 2,370,9S0.35 Cash nnd duo from banks.... 5,353,653 09 15,099,951.19 J31.CS5.321.65 LIAOILITIES. Capital $ 2,000.000.00 Surplus 1,000,000.00 1'ncllvldod protltH CIS.3CS.27 Reserved for taxes, Intorest nnd dividends 4SS.221.30 Demand depos its S 0.028.1S3.SS Tlmo deposits.,, 24,450,548.40 30.-478.732.2S $34,585,324.85 OFFICERS. Ocorfio Jr. Reynolds President David R. Lewis Vlco President Henry R. Clarka Vlco President Louis IJ. Clarko Vlco President Krcdcrla S. Hobard Cashier Everott R. McFadden Secretary John P. V. Murphy. . . .Mgr. Savings Dept. . acorgo Allan Asst. Cashier I Thomas G. Mcdrath Asst. Cashier; "Identified with 28aTifmR3 Chicago's Progress Since 1857" DEPARTMENTS COMMERCIAL SAVINGS TRUST IIOND FARM LOAN FOREIGN EXCHANGE ORSON SMITH Ch.itm.n ol the Uord EDMUND D. HULDERT PtnidtM FRANK G. NELSON Vi.Pr.dnl JOI IN E. HLUNT, jf ViccPrnidcnt C E. ESTLS Vice.lWlmt p. W. rilOMI'SON Viccl'rnidtBl H. G. P. DEANS Vice-Prrtidtnt P. C. PETERSON Cihier JOHN J. GEDDCS Aitim Chit I. E. LOOMIS Aimlant Caihiff LEON L. LOEHR , , Se crmrr nd Tfuil Officer A. LEONARD JOHNSON Annum SMin.ry G. F.HARDIE Minnicr Bond Department THE CHARACTER OF THIS BASK IS REFLECTED IS THE PERSONNEL OF ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS FRANK 1 1. ARMSTRONG Present Reid, Murdoch tt Companr CLARENCE A. HURLEY Attorney and Cacnlalut HLNRY P. CROWELL Pre.!denl Quaker Oati Cominy IALEHOLDI-N Preiidenl Chlcato, Burlinjton Quiney Railroad Company MARVIN HUGHITT Chairman Chieao tt Norlhwettem Railway Company EDMUND D.HULDCRT .PretideM CHAUNCEYKEEP Trurtee Manhall Held Eiute CYRUS 1 1 McCORMICK President International I laivr.ler Company otrrtiuuK MUKKI3 I ruitee I.. C Uiterbatate J.OHNS RUNNtLLS.. President Pullman Company EDWARD L. RYERSON Chairman Jeph T. Ryenon 6c Son &M .G, SHEDD 1're.idenl Nlanhall field & Company .,. . (.hairman Preiident Sptaiue, Warner tt Company , President Duller Urothen , , , , Capitalist 112 West Adams Street CHICAGO esxiG.rKi chiitli CaJV(V Jltll 1 ri liMlsllMIII t . BERT A. SPRAGUE.il HOMER A STII.LWELL MOSES J. WENTWORTH Capital and Surplus 1,000,000 $n tor. rciTSiiS 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. This is primarily acommercial bank, organized in 1 869, which has maintained its own integrity and individuality. Wo appreciate our friends. Capital and Surplus, $3,000,000.00 Deposits about ?36.OOO.00O.0O TRIBUNE BUILDING MADISON AND DEARBORN STREETS Capital and Surplus. One Million Dollars 6 MUST MORTOAaiJ Gold Bonds on New Bldgs., Amounts $100 to $',000 NVESTORS' MANUAL SENT TREE hTg. HOWARD &. CO N. E. Cor. Waililngton & Clark Sti. OFFICERS , Wm. C. Cummlngs, President Merrill W. Tllden, Vice-President Harry P. Gates, Ass't Cashier Charles Fernald, Vice-President Dale E. Chamberlin, Ass't Cashier Frederick N. Mercer, Cashier George A. Malcolm, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS Averlll Tllden Wm. C Cummlngs L. B, Patterson Bryan G. Tighe John Fletcher Charles Fernald Merrill W. Tllden H. J. Aaron REGULAR MONTHLY DIVIDENDS are bolne paM stockholders In tills excep tionally ,succetiful oil company. One bos well nnd nlno oil produclnc wolls near Cherry vale, Knn , liao put tho 2-ycar-oId Woman's reilcrnt Oil on tho financial map. Thcro nre nlso over 300,000 ncrcs or oil leases In Texns.Okla lioma nml I.oulilana con trolled by tho company which will bo actlely dovoloped. livery now well Increases tho amount of your monthly dividend. Extraordinary development In tha oil Holds predicts extraordinary dividends. WOMAN'S FEDERAL OIL rrom all over tho world the cry Is for moro fuol oil, moro lubricating oil and mora nnd yel moro gasoline. Tho oil wells of thu United States nro looked upon to supply this solden stream. An In vestment In tho stock of this company bring Immodlate profit and a Rood Income for the future, according to tha number of shares you buy. Wo recom mend this s t o a It to careful Invcitors. Send TODAY for frca circular. A. M. SCHULZ & CO. Financial Agents Phono Randolph 7669 1307 Mailers Bide, CHICAGO NorthWestern Trust and Savings Bank Milwaukee Ave. and Division St. Resources $7,000,000 A BANK OF STRENGTH CHARACTER and RELIABILITY