October 3, 1913 - Won't Aid Roseville Trust
From: "Newark, the City of Industry" Published by the Newark Board of Trade 1912
The Roseville Trust Company is entering upon its fourth year in business in this city. Organized, developed and conducted on the principle of conservative and progressive lines, it has preserved the integrity of its individuality intact since its commencement, and on this basis has made remarkable advancement each year in strength, in scope and in the confidence of the public in general.
The company owns and occupies the bank building at the intersection of Orange Street and Roseville Avenue, where it has a handsomely designed building of pleasing architecture and well equipped for its work. Safety deposit boxes are for rent, and 4% interest is paid on all special time deposits. The company desires to render to patrons every possible service and every courtesy consistent with sound banking principles and stands ready at all time to have its solidity, aims and objects inquired into by any prospective depositor.
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