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THE CHICAGO EAGLE
5 Every Banking Service Whether you are looking for investments," a bank for your savings or checking account, or to leave your estate, matters in trust, this institution is fully equipped to handle your business. Every banking service you need can be transacted here. Our Officers Are at Your Service CHICAGO TRUST COMPANY State and Madison Streets Lucius Teter, President John W. O'Leary. Vtce-Preaident Edward P. Bailey, Vice-President John A. McCormlck. Vice-President F. O. BIrney, Vice-President C. H. Fox, Vice-President Frederic S. Pope, Cashier Max Steiner, Assistant Cashier OFFICEltS C W. Blackwell, Asulstant Cashier H. H. Hilton. Assistant Cashier WiUard Ft Hopkins, Secretary Roy K. Thomas, Trust Officer V. T. Anderson, Assistant Secretary D. D. Kleder. Assistant Secretary J. W. Marshall. Manager Bond Dept. Arthur B. Cody Managers Real Es- Hlram 8. Cody J tate Loan Dept. CENTURY TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK S. W. Corner State and Adams Street JOHN W. FOWLKR. President ALMKR COE. Vice-President E. B. KNUDTSON, Vice-President CllAS. R. CORBETT, Vice-President W. G. DAHL, Cashier W. C. KOERITZ, Asst. Cashier J. E. MUSSING, Asst. Cashier Handles Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals. 3 Interest on Savings Accounts Safe Deposit Boxes $3.00 per year Banking Hours 10 A. M. to 2 P. M. Saturday 9 A.M. to 12 U. A STATE BANK UNDER STTE SUPERVISION "of the people, for the people" The Peoples Trust & Savings Bank of Chicago Has increased its paid in capital to $1,000,000 and its surplus to $500,000 An added safe-guard for the funds of its savings and commercial depos itors, 15 savings plans to uit any purse. Our by-the-month con vertible savings bond plan has been called "The Fastest Safe Way to Save." Full information gladly given on request. CHICAGO'S LAKE FRONT BANK Michigan Blvd. at Washington St. Earle H. Reynolds, President Consistent Community Banking Service Rendering every service consistent with good banking prin ciples to the community in which we operate, is one of the reasons we ask the patronage of the people who make up our community. GARFIELD PARK STATE SAVINGS BANK 4004 West Madison Street Frank A. Alden, President J. L. Simmons, Vice President Arthur A. Marquart. Cashier Walter A. Blnmthal, Asst. Cashier Harry A. Newberr, Asst. Cashier Wm. F. Lawley, Trust Officer Delbert A. Clithero, Counsel . Age 30 Years New $10,000 Twenty Year Endowment Policy COST $5.00 PER. THOUSAND IF "YOU DIE! Have your Limited Payment and Endowment policies automatically converted at death into the lowest cost insurance and have the Insurance Company RETURN THE DIFFERENCE in premiums to your estate, in addition to paying the face amount. Don't have the Insurance Company deduct a loan on your policy from the amount to be paid at death. , If you do not live to receive your endowment, you should only be charged for Whole Life. We show you how CRAFTSMEN'S NATIONAL SERVICE AGENCY, Inc. Expert Insurance Buyers and Insurance Counsellors, Suite 301, 159 N. State St. CHICAGO Phone Central 0790 For Real Service, Safety and Convenience Carry your account at this West Side Bank Member Federal Reserve System Under State and Clearing House Supervision Comparative Growth of Deposits Sept. IS, 1917, $1,283,395.06 Sept. 15, 1918, $2,056,494.57 Sept. 15, 1919, $3,439,240.47 Sept. 15, 1920, $4,932,247.48 Sept. 15, 1921, $4,996,727.98 Sept. 15, 1922, $6,555,525.26 Resources Over $7,000,000.00 Reliance State Baek Madison and Ogden Avenue Hyde Park's Clearing House Hyde Park State Barik Member Federal Reserve System 53rd St. and Lake Park Ave. Paul C. Dodge & Co. Investment II INCORPORATED. Securities TELEPHONE rCIUV FRANKLIN DloO 10 South La Salle Street Chi cago JOSEPH BYFIELD President W. J. ROTH 8erttt(7 and Umi FBDIELOTV SAIFETV VAULTS INCORPORATED BOXES $3.00 PER YEAR AND UPWARDS 116 WEST RANDOLPH ST. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ONE DOOR WEST OF THE HOTKL 8HBRMAM MJDEMAH & CO. STOCKS -BONDS PHONE STATE 7547 30 North La Salle Street CHICAGO NESTOR DRUG AND iCHEMieAliCO, An old established Firm undergo new:nqme-- The Reason Because we have increased our field to include all drugs, chemicals, and sundries, as well as liquor and wine for medicinal purposes to the druggists. JULIUS LOESER, Pres. Will pay market price for Whiskey Ware-? house Certificates, according to Brand, Loca tion of Warehouse, etc., etc. Send particulars. 1015-17-19 S. State St., Chicago, Illinois (V719 Phones: Harrisons J733 WHY PEOPLE DIE TOO YOUNG The National Bureau of Analysis, founded in 1905 by F. G. Soule, offers a service of Health Protection to men who work hard mentally, eat heartily and exercise insufficiently. Today thousands of America's foremost business men are using the National Bureau of Analysis' "Stay Well Service." Write today for Free Booklet "Why People Die Too Young" NATIONAL BUREAU OF ANALYSIS F. G. Soule, President and Founder REPUBLIC BUILDING CHICAGO, ILL. , OFFICIAL PUBLICATION. 1 Annual statement of the Merchants Fire Assurance Corporation of New t York, in the State of New York, on the ' 31st day of December, 1921, made to the .Director of Trade and Commerce of the State of Illinois, pursuant to law. CAPITAL Amount of capital paid up...$ 700,000.00 INCOME. Premiums received $3,332,241.01 Interest and dividends 227,735.51 From all other sources 43,802.91 , WILL GO ON YOUR BOND JOHN McGILLEN GENERAL AGENT Am Company OF BALTIMORE Present Assets: $2,640,877.54 PUBLIC OFFICIALS BONDS, FIDELITY BONDS CONTrCTO BONDS tzsi every load o? Surety Beads used in lettuxnte business, also CASUALTY INSURANCE COS BGItLAND BUILDING, 181 LaSdb St.Chiccjo SK23 CENTRAL 4237 Total income $3,603,779.43 DISBURSEMENTS. Losses paid during: the year. .$1,843,719.39 Agents' compensation and al lowances S24.1SS.16 All other disbursements 956.601.56 Total dibsursements $3,624,509.11 LEDGER ASSETS. Mortgage loans on real estate. $ 230,900.00 J Hook value of bonds and stocks 3,381.069.00 Cash in office and bank 366,227.54 Agents' balances 475.490.54 Total ledger assets $4,453,6S7.0S NON-LEDGER ASSETS. Interest $ 27,810.95 Other non-ledger assets 233,182.49 Gross assets $4,714,680.52 Deduct assets not admitted.. 2,665.37 Admitted assets $4,712,015.15 LIABILITIES. Total unpaid losses ....$ 603,241.9 Total unearned premiums 2,433.038.65 Other liabilities 75,209.91 Total amount of all liabili ties, except capital $3,111,490.51 Capital paid up $700,000.00 Surplus over all lia bilities 900.3S7.94 Surplus as regards policyhold ers 1.600.3S7.94 , Total $4,711,878.45 BUSINESS IN ILLINOIS. Net risks taken during the the year $25,15S,240.00 Net premiums received dur ing the year 239,503.88 Net losses paid 93,090.23 Net looses incurred during the year 76,092.07 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION. Annual statement of the Michigan Fire and Marine Insurance Company of De troit, in the State of Michigan, on the 31st day of December. 1921, made to the Director of Trade and Commerce of the State of Illinois, pursuant to law. CAPITAL. Amount of capital paid up...$ 400,000.00 INCOME. Premiums received $1,229,185.74 Interest, rents and dividends 107,510.48 From all other sources....... 3,203.67 Total income $1,339,899.89 DISBURSEMENTS. Losses paid during the year..$ 676,951.53 Agents' compensation and al lowances 324,141.72 All other disbursements 330,712.22 Total disbursements $1,331,805.47 LEDGER ASSETS. Mortgage loans on real estate. $ 656,720.00 Book value of bonds and stocks 1,286,000.00 Cash in office and bank " 60,272.09 Agents' balances 326,102.28 Other ledger assets 100.00 Total ledger assets $2,329,194.37 NON-LEDGER ASSETS. Interest and rents 34,023.09 Other non-ledger assets 15,660.00 Gross assets $2,378,882.46 Deduct assets not admitted. 973.37 .$2,377,909.09 Admitted assets LIABILITIES. Total unpaid losses $ 167,052. Total unearned premiums 1,258,945. Interest and dividends due and accrued 20,000. Salaries, rents, bills, taxes, etc 21,960. Contingent commissions or other charges due or ac crued 563. Total amount of all liabili ties, except capital $1,468,524. Capital paid up $400,000.00 Surplus over all lia bilities 509,384.31 Surplus as regards policyhold ers 909,384 63 52 00 79 84 ,78 Total $2,377,909 BUSINESS IN ILLINOIS. Net risks taken during the year $9,947,917 Net premiums received dur ing the year 108.512 Net losses paid. 73,844 Net total losses incurred dur ing the year 56,981 31 09 .00 61 55 65 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION. Annual statement of the Mercantile Insurance Company of America, of New York, in the State of New York, on the 31st day of December, 1921, made to the Director of Trade and Commerce of the State of Illinois, pursuant to law. CAPITAL. Amount of capital paid up $1,000,000.00 INCOME. Premiums received $1,810,498.87 Interest and dividends 175,961.39 From all other sources 9,351.75 Total income $1,995,812.01 DISBURSEMENTS. Losses paid during the year.$l,068,632.72 Agents' compensation and al lowances 423,147.31 All other disbursements 658,380.12 Total disbursements $2,150,160.15 LEDGER ASSETS. Book value of bonds and stocks $3,400,919.43 Cash in bank 267,829.83 Agents' balances 385,137.76 Bills receivable .; 2,857.31 Other ledger assets 2,218.61 Total ledger assets .$4,058,962.94 NON-LEDGER ASSETS. Interest 43,735.16 Gross assets $4,102,698.10 Deduct assets not admitted.. 54,345.17 Admitted assets $4,048,352.93 LIABILITIES. Total unpaid losses $ 204,278.81 Estimated expense of investi gation and adjustment of losses 16,442.00 Total unearned premiums.... 1,666,411.45 Salaries, rents, bills, taxes, etc 52,869.66 Contingent commissions or other charges due or ac crued 11,698.49 Total amount of all liabili ties, except capital $1,951,700.41 Capital paid up. .$1,000,000.00 Surplus over all liabilities 1,096,652.52 Surplus as regards policy holders 2,096,652.52 Total $4,048,352.93 BUSINESS IN ILLINOIS. Net risks taken during the year $11,177,536.00 Net premiums received dur ing the year 111,725.21 Net losses paid 83,120.96 Net losses incurred during the year 71,408.96 LINDEN ELE0TQIC GO. PHONES Wentworth 1050 Normal 4679 RELIABLE Contracting Engineers FIXTURES-RADIO SUPPLIES-APPLIANCES Mr. Merchant and Mr. Manufacturer: "Why not eliminate your n&ultar and delivery troubles? We are a responsible firm of haul ing contractors, with new standard ized motor-truck equipment, and are prepared to take a contract for your work by the Job or by the year. This Is an opportunity to protect yourself aralnst delays and the re sponsibility of handling your own hauling, and also your capital Is not tied up la equipment. Ring up "Dearborn I46, or write, or call. HIGHWAY CONTRACTING & EQUIPMENT CO. Room 70S, 179 W. Wtshington St Identified with Chicago's Progress Since I8S7" t:i, (l,av'.4'i 1 DEPARTMENTS COMMERCIAL SAVINGS TRUST BOND FA KM LOAN FOREIGN KX CHANGE JOHN J. MITCHELL. Chairman of Board EDMUND D. HULBERT. . . . President FRANK G. NELSON Vice-President JOHN E. BLUNT. Jr ....Vice-President C E. ESTES Vice-President F. W. THOMPSON Vice-President H. G. P. DEANS. JOHN J. GEDDES.. F. E. LOOMIS A. F. PITHER W. A. HUTCHISON. LEON L, LOEHR. CLARENCE A. BURLET. , ROBERT W. CAMPBELL. MARSHALL FIELD ERNEST A. HA MILL HALE HOLDEN MARVIN HUGH ITT EDMUND D. HULBERT. chauncet keep cyrus h. Mccormick, john j. mitchell... JOHN S. RUNNELLS... EDWARD L. RYERSON. JOHN G. SHEDD ORSON SMITH JAMES P. SOPER ALBERT A. SPRAGUE.. Capital and Surplus $15,000,000 ... Vlce-Presld ent ....Cashier Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier .Secretary and Trust Officer A. LEONARD JOHNSON Assistant Secretary G. F. HARDIE Manager Bond Department CUTHBERT C. ADAMS. .Asst Manager Bond Dept. H. J. SAMPSON Asst. Manager Foreign Dept. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Attorney and Capitalist Knapp A Campbell Marshall Field. Qlore, Ward A Co. Chairman, Corn Exchange National Bank President. C B. Q. R. R. Co. Chairman. C A N. W. Railway Co. - President The Merchants Loan A Trust Company Illinois Trust A Savings Bank The Corn Exchange National Bank Trustee, Marshall Field Estate Chairman. International Harvester Company .............................. ...... ......... Chairman The Merchants Loan A Trust Company Illinois Trust A Savings Bank Chairman. Pullman Company Chairman. Joseph T. Ryeraon A Son President. Marshall Field A Company Chairman of Advisory Commute President, Soper Lumber Company Chairman. Sprague Warner A Co. 112 West Adams Street CHICAGO Your Journey Abroad If you are going away this summer make use of our Travel Service. Let us tell you how to protect your funds absolutely while traveling. Wherever you are planning to go, there is one of our correspondents who will make your visit more pleasant and profitable. We are agents of all leading Steamship lines MILWAUKEE AVE. at DIVISION ST., 1 block east of Ashland Ave. JOHN F. SMULSKI, President "Chicago's Largest Bank Outside the Loop" mm Mil Security Service Satisfaction SECURITY BANK OF CHICAGO Milwaukee Ave. and Carpenter St. THIS STRONG BANK SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE Open Monday and Saturday Until 8 P. M. 0. RUETER & COMPANY REAL ESTATE BROKERS SUBDIVIDED Acres Wanted Immediately Ripe to Subdivide MEMBER Chicago Real Estate Board Cook County Real Estate Board Chicago Association Commerce PHONE. STATE 7124-71 25 Ground Floor, 124 North Wells Street GEORGE K. SCHMIDT K. 0. SCHMIDT & SON REAL ESTATE FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS INSURANCE 758 West North Avenue CHICAGO PHONE: LINCOLN 7601 LARGEST VENEER PLANT IN THE WORLD TELEPHONE CANAL 930, 931 C. L. Willey Co. Manufacturer and Dealer in Veneer Mahogany FOREIGN and DOMESTIC Hardvood Lumber Office, Yard and Dock: 2558 South Robey Street . . One Block South of Blue Island Arenue CHICAGO, ILL.