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THE conduct of this institution has been
marked by adherence to sound banking
principles, and the confidence of the better class of
banking patrons has been won thereby to an unusual
degree.
We invite an interview with those contem
plating opening a bank account or changing their
present connections.
DAVID R. FORGAN, President
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - $J,0e0,We
RESOURCES OVER .... 40,eee,0M
IN THE HEART OF THE LOOP AT MONROE AND DEARBORN
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The Corn Exchange National Bank
OF CHICAGO
OFFICERS
ERNEST A. HAMILL, President
CHARLES L. HUTCHINSON, Vice-PretieW
. D. A. MOULTON, VicePresileat
OWEN T. REEVES, Vice-Presitient
J. E. MAAS, Viee-PreaUent '
FRANK W. SMITH, Secrete
JAMES G. WAKEFIELD, CasUer
LEWIS E. GARY, Ass't Catkler '
EDWARD F. SCHOENECK, Ass't Catkler
A. J. FORD. Ass't Cashier
J. C. WALKER, Ass't Cashier ' '
CHARLES NOVAK, Ass't Cashier
.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 Deposit!
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
LETTERS OF CREDIT
CABLE TRANSFERS
136 South La Salle Street
This space belongs to the
Fort Dearborn National Bank
Monroe and Clark Streets
CHICAGO
THIS line a growth from
one to twelve mitllons in
eight year shows what
Chicago people think of the
time-saving convenience of this
Lake-front bank.
Each season they add a million
or two of dollars to their de
posits here. And we add hun
dreds of thousands in interest
,on their savings., ,
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Deposit your savings here and
watch them growl rHteen sav
ings and investment plans paying 3 to Vfo interest.
Our convenience saves your time as you save your moneyl
The P E OP L E S
Trust and Savings Bank
"Opposite the Lions" on Michigan Boulevard
RESOURCES $1109,000
CENTURY TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK
S. W. Crnr Slat and Adams Straats
JOHN W. raWLIR, Preeleeai
ALMIR OOS, Vlae.Prealaant
QHAt. R. OeRlITT, Oaehlar
Handles Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals
3 Intorost on Savings Accounts
Safa Dapoalt Boxas S3.00 par yaar
Banking Haurs 1 0 A. M. S P. M.
Saturalay " IA.M.IiIP.M.
A STATE BANK UNDER STATE SUPERVISION
0. RIETER & CO
REALTORS
32 North Dearborn Street
GROUND FLOOR
Telephone Majestic 7124
Contract Work by Day or Week Solicited
Prompt Service Good Storage Facilities
Phoneit Franklin S244
DowaTown Franklin 2237
Central Transfer Co.
INC.
AUTO TRUCK
SERVICE
Theatrical Work
Our Specialty
OFFICEj 125-127 N. WELLS ST.
ROOM to
ENTERPRISE BUILDING
Where Do You Bank?
Make this your banking home the bank that can terra you in
ALL of your financial need through its rariout departments.
All banking or investment problem! brought to ut by our patront
are given careful study and individual attention.
May we have the privilege of serving you?
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I.t'ClfB TirrEIl. 1'reH.Irnt
HUWAIIU I'. IIAII.IIY. Vice rros.
JOHN A. McCOItMIOK, Vice Irc.
IIAYMONI) i:. DURHAM, Vice Pres.
W T HAl'O.V, Vlco l'r'.
I'. O lllltN'IIV, Vice I'ff.
l'lti:i)i:iUC H, l'OPi:. Cannier
WIl.I.IAM A. NICOI.. Ant. Caaliler
Wll.l.Alll) I' HOPKINS, See.
WIl.I.IAM T. ANDUHSU.V. Ami. Hoc
ltuv IC TIIOMAH. Truit Oillccr
AllTllt'll II. COUV, I Amu. Sinn. Itonl
IIIHVM H CODV, llltt l.on Dent,
i' II TOW Ami, Mitr llonil Dcpt.
l) i;t.i:ii;n, Auditor
Mercantile Trust and Savings Bank
l'Ui:i)KHICK If. KAWHON', l'rraldrnt
IIAIIIIY A. WIIKKI.KU, VIce-lT'lldfnt
JIAHHV N. ClliL'T, Cn.hler
Jackson Boulevard and Clinton Street
Ilurllnirton Ilulldlnu
OTTO A. ZINKE. rVrretary
W.M. W. FAIIKKf.L, A.,t Caahlfr
.1. K. OSIIAUUHNr.V, Ait't Canhlrr
"The Men Behind This Bank"
v ., :. . v f. Board of Directors ,. .'V., r
C ' ?.ViVlil'h:.rtr?.'"TfT " ' t'llwll .on Company. 17th and We.rn Are.
K. A. HOWAIII). Vlrr-I'rralrirnt V. II. ). It. It. Co., .ImUw.ii llhil. and Clinton HI.
8,C,,J.l?,lUi'tV,A,N?: T,.,7 Ku,.0.? It,"!' Wliolwale Market Co.. 10 Wilton Si!
K. A. HUNNKl.l., lre-rrrllent Oil Klrvator 'uniianjr, JarkMin Illtd. and Jcfftreon
St. Chairman Ordnance Olntrlrt Claim Hoard V. H. Army.
&:iJli,2t:l2"Mrnt "i ,,lcU Company. 730 W. .lackaon llhil.
HENRY X. HTIt.tl'HS. frrJdent M)er Co., Adam and tirrrn SU.
A.J,JoD0.,,.J,A.!J'.l,r,',!","1,.'u'p, HaX" Corporation, 1J0 .noiiIJi .Irffrraon Street.
'Wi.'l." 'N'1 lreldent I.. Wolff .Mmiiifiulurlim Company, Cut West Lake tJtrret.
lVi7P$2' KV.'J.y.,,J!i,.,,;.,1'rrt',',!t.T,,f' orlilm Hho'p Co.', Adam, and Clinton His.
!!A,.,f.AJ5l,l;K,'KU ilr'-l'"-"!'!"!. lo Wre.tVf.ldrnt Union Tnmt Company.
DAVID II. (1ANN, Oann ft tVk, Attorney, llorland lllork.
FltKDKHICK II. HAH HON. l'realdent, alw l'rroldrnt Cnlon Tril.t Company.
Thla bank U under the nuperlloii of the Chicago Clearing lloute Attoelatlon
.Member of, l'ederal llnmt iiyitem
Central Trust Company
of Illinois
125 W. Monro St., Ckicf
Chokinf Accounts, Saving Account,
Bonds, Real Ettate Loan, Trust Buainoss
Safe Deposit Vaults
Under both National and State Supervision
Capital and Surplus Profits $6,000ttM.OO
Deposits 45,tO0,OM.4M
HflMr SJO OaV WKJK AMMO
JOHN McOlLLBN
QBNBRAL AQHNT
Amerk
Present Asidk, mtfmjm.M
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906DOMLAND BW0il 1ilk St, Cbke.
pmone carrntAL 4m
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F10ELITY SAFEH VAULT
riMconpotisvniD!
BOKCS 9SK) PCft YEAR AND UPWAftM
fM
T.
oooanwr or not warm i
YOUR RENT RAISED!
Why not buy a home now, be
fore the price of homes is also
raised?
Many houses catled old can be
modernized at small cost.
First, see that the surroundings
of the property and transportation
to it arc satisfactory.
Second, insist that the seller
furnish you an Abstract of Title
or Title Guarantee Policy made
by the Chicago Title and Trust
Company.
Third, have the property con
vcyed to yourself and wife by a
joint tenancy deed, then if cithci
of you die the survivor will own
the property withous the trouble
and expense of going through the
Probate Court.
Go to any good lawyer and he
will, sec to ft that you receive the
above.
CHICAGO TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY
69 W. Withtniton Strati
tut I EMCJtli,0Q0,000
No Dtpotttt or Dtmctnd LlahiUllti.
LEADING BANKS
Chicago Is Proud of Her Great
and Solid Financial Institutions.
"Identified with
l-RANK H. ARMSTRONG
CLARENCE A. DURLEY
R. T.CRANE. Jr...,.."
HENRY P. CROWeLL
HALEHOLDEN
MARVIN HUCtliTT
edmund d. huldert
chauncey keep. ,
cyrus h. Mccormick
seymour morris
john s. runnells
edward l. ryerson
john g. shedd
orson smith
jamesp.soper
albert a. sprague
Chicago's Progress Since 1857"
DEPARTMENTS
COMMERCIAL SAVINC3 TRUST UOND
FARM LOAN FOREIGN EXCHANGE
ORSON SMITH Chiirmin eltho Do.rd
EDMUND D. HULDERT .President
FRANK G. NLLSON Vie Preiident
JOHN E. ULUNT, Jr Vice Prtiident
C. E. ESTLS Vice Preiident
F. W THOMPSON Vice-Prtiident
H. G. P. DEANS Vice Pmkl-t
P. C. PETERSON CMw
JOHN J. CEDDES Auiittnt CtMtt
F. E. LOOM IS Auiittnt Ctthier
LEON L. LOEHR , Stcrettry and Truit Officer
A. LEONARD JOHNSON A.iiiUnt Secrettry
G. F. HARDIE. Mtnifer Dond Department
CUTHBERTC, ADAMS Aiit.Mtnir Dond Depwtmeot
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
i Preiident Reid, Murdoch cV Cornptny
Attorney nd CapiUliit
, Preiident Crtne Company
Preiident Quaker Oat Company
i Kefional Director U. S. Railroad Administration
. . . .Chairman Uiicao tic Northweitern runway ompiny
, Preiident
Truite Mantiall Field Eatatt
Chairman International Harvester Company
Truitea L. Z. Ltiter Eatatt
.Preiident Pullman Company
.Chairman Joieph T. Ryerion eV Son
Preiident Marthall Field It Company
Chairman
, Preiident Soper Lumber Company
i , Chairman Spraiue Warner & Company
Capital and Surplus
$12,000,000
MEMBER
FEDERAL RESERVE
SYSTEM
112 Wed Adam Sire
CHICAGO
THE NATIONAL CITY BANK OF
CHICAQO, Monroe and Dearborn I
streets.
MERCHANTS LOAN & TRUST
COMPANY, 112 V. Adama streot.
CONTINENTAL & COMMERCIAL
NATIONAL RANK, La Salle, Adams,
Wolls and Quincy streets.
CONTINENTAL & COMMERCIAL
TRUST & SAVINGS DANK. La Solto,
Adams, Wells and Qulucy streets.
CORN EXCHANGE NATIONAL
DANK. 134 South LaSalle street.
FORT DEARBORN NATIONAL
DANK, Clark and Monroe streets.
MERCANTILE TRUST & SAVINGS
BANK, Jackson Boulevard and Clin
ton street.
FORT DEARBORN TRUST &
SAVINGS DANK. Clark and Monroe
streets.
DROVERS NATIONAL DANK,
4201 South Halsted streot.
DROVERS TRUST & SAVINGS
DANK, 4201 South Halsted streot.
CHICAGO SAVINGS DANK AND
TRUST COMPANY, 7 West Madison
street, near Stato street.
UNION TRUST COMPANY, 7
South Dearborn streot, at Madison.
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS
DANK, 7 South Dearborn street.
STATE DANK OF CHICAGO, La
Snllo and Washington streotH.
PEOPLES TRUST & SAVINGS
DANK, Michigan boulevard and
Adams street.
CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY, 125
West Monroo street.
ILLINOIS TRUST & SAVINGS
DANK, LaSalle stroot anil Jackson
boulevard.
CENTURY TRUST & SAVINGS
DANK, southwest corner or Stato and
Adams stroots.
MECHANICS & TRADERS STATE
DANK, Washington boulevard and
Desplalncs street.
NORTHWESTERN TRUST & SAV
INGS DANK, Mllwaukoo avonuo and
Division streot.
Your
Business
Increases
As public inter
est in your bus
iness increases.
Let us carry
your store news
to tha people
each week
through the
medium of an
advertisement
in this paper.
?c,
SHSBrtWSwS
XI7"E1 invite you to make this institution your
V V 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 acommcrcial bank, organized
in 1869, which has maintained its own integrity
and individuality. We appreciate our friends.
Capital and Surplus, $3,000,000.00
Deposits about 536.000,000.00
TRIBUNE BUILDING
MADISON AND DEARBORN STREETS Y
Capital
and
Surplus,
One
Million
Dollars
OFFICERS i
Warn. C Cuaaamlaga, Praaldant Harry P. Gatai, AtVt Ca.kUr
Cataa A. Ryth.r, Vica.Pra.ldant Dala E. Chajaaarlta. AjI CatMar
Fradarick N. Marcar, CarUar Caorg A. Malcolm, Ata'l Caiklarr
DIRECTORS
Ararill Tildas
L. B. Pattaraon
John Flatchar
Marrlll W. Tilda
Warn. C. Cummingi
Bryaa G. Tigha
Gatat A. Rjrthar
H. J. Aaron
Mechanics and Traders State Bank
Washington Boulevard and Desplalnea Street
Member Federal Reserve System
It under the direct supervision of the Chicago Clearing House
Association and must meet the requirements of that Association.
la a state bank regularly examined by the Auditor of the Stato of
Illinois and as required by law, makes five sworn statements each year
to tha Department
DIRECTOR8
FIIANK GOULD,
U Qould & Co., Woodonware,
700 W. Lake. St.
WH, T. AnnOTT,
Vles-I'realitent Central Trust
Company of Illinois.
CALVIN F. CIIAIQ.
President.
WJI. R. DAWES, ,,
Vice-l'resldont and Cashier. Cen
tral Trust Company of, Illinois.
II. M. DKAVITT.
Consulting Chemist,
Tha Rookery.
IIKNIIY GA1NKIU
Gainer & Koohler, Furniture,
1209 MllwauKee ays,
OFFICERS
fl. A. 1UIODKH,
S. A. Rhodes Mfff. Co., til N.
Jefferson St.
C. II. SCOVIM.K,
Real Estate,
Oak Park and Chloano.
TIIOH. J. WTtni),
CoRee Merchant.
626 West Randolph.
CALVIN F. CIIAIO.
President.
Formerly Cashier Metropolitan
Trust & Savings Dank.
NOIITON F. STO.MO.
Cashier. L,
Formerly Ass't Cashier,
The Prairie State Rank.
ELMO STEVENSON, Secretary
WILLIAM It. DAWES,
Vice-President.
Vlce-I'roaldont Central Trust
Company of Illinois.
FRANK W. COLLINS.
AsB't Cashier.
Formerly Paying Teller,
The Prairie State Rank.
North-,Western
Trust and Savings Bank
Milwaukee Ave. and Division St
Resources $7,000,000
A BANK OF STRENGTH
CHARACTER and RELIABILITY
PHONE MONROE 467
IVAN D. KOUKOFF
Succo.ior to M. P. KALOUDOFF & COMPANY
STEAMSHIP TICKET OFFICE AND
MONEY EXCHANGE
Sales Maaagar of Missouri Iron it Stool Corp'su
80S West Adams Street CHICAGO
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