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Important essentials in the service offered by the modern bank are quality and comprehensiveness. We have maintained the first through our existence of more than a century. The second is assured through our foreign, trust and investment services, which supplement our regular commercial banking functions.

ESTABLISHED 1810

THE MECHANICS AND METALS NATIONAL BANK

of the City of New York

Capital, Surplus and Profits $27,000,000

PUBLICATION BY UNION TRUST OF

SPOKANE The Union Trust Company of Spokane, Wash., is numbered among the trust companies which believes in constantly keeping its fiduciary services before the public mind in the form of educational advertising. The series of booklets on various phases of trust service issued by the company ranks among the best products of the kind in circulation. Recently the Union Trust Company commenced the publication of an organ styled “Protection.” It is particularly designed to set forth proper coverage for various kinds of insurance covering fire, life, automobile, theft, accident, surety bonds, etc. The publication is attractively illustrated.

EXCELLENT PUBLICITY ISSUED BY

CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY One of the most consistent and firm believers in the effective use of publicity literature is the Toronto General Trusts Corporation. The publicity officer is John Cowan, whose productions have called forth praiseworthy notice from trust company publicity experts in both the United States and Canada. Among recent booklets issued by the corporation are the following: "Voluntary Trusts and Their Uses;" “Wills and Wisdom;" "Your Financial Agent;" and "Succession Duties in Ontario." The newspaper advertising campaign conducted by this corporation is characterized by copy of an attractive nature with text matter that is both forceful and convincing in appeal.

MONTHLY MEETINGS OF TRUST

OFFICERS IN BUFFALO An exceptionally strong co-operative spirit has been developed among trust officers of trust companies and banks in Buffalo. Reasonable and definite schedules of fees for various classes of trust service have been prepared and are generally observed as well as practiced in regard to transfers. Cordial relations with lawyers have been stimulated.

The Buffalo trust officers have monthly . luncheons, at which problems and subjects of mutual interest are discussed. The recent June meeting was in the form of an outing at the Overhead Park Golf Club, where a handicap tournament was arranged. Charles W. Cary, trust officer of the Peoples Bank, presided at the dinner which followed the golf game.

Your New Jersey
Banking Business

as well as your fiduciary and real estate title requirements in
this state may be entrusted to this company with the knowledge
that you are placing your affairs in the hands of an institution
which has the resources, the experience, the facilities and the
earnest desire to serve you well. Correspondence is solicited.

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THE PEOPLES TRUST COMPANY Nostrand Avenue, Corner Herkimer Street 181-183 MONTAGUE STREET, Flatbush Avenue, Near Bergen Street Clinton Avenue, Corner Myrtle Avenue Fifth Avenue, Corner Fifty-Fourth Street

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK

Flatbush Avenue, Near Church Avenue

Myrtle Avenue, Corner Bleecker Street Kings Highway, Corner East 15th Street

DIRECTORS

Pennsylvania Avenue, Corner Liberty Ave.
ADRIAN T. KIERNAN
J. G. DETTMER
CHARLES M. ENGLIS

ANDREW D. BAIRD
HORACE J. MORSE
WILLIAM L. HARMON

FRANCIS L. NOBLE
WILLIAM R. HILL
CHARLES A. BOODY

E. DWIGHT CHURCH
HOWARD M. SMITH
MAX RUCKGABER, JR.

CHARLES L. SCHENCK
DAVID A. BOODY
JAMES H. JOURDAN

GEORGE B. GALLAGHER
WILLIAM C. COURTNEY
JOHN F. HILDEBRAND

M. S. SLOAN
WILLIAM M. GOOD
THOMAS E. MURRAY

JOSEPH MICHAELS
W. EUGENE KIMBALL
ALDERT TAG

JOHN C. CREVELING
INVITES DEPOSITS FROM INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS AND CORPORATIONS, AND SEEKS

APPOINTMENT AS EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE

KINGS COUNTY TRUST COMPANY 342, 344 & 346 Fulton ST., Borough of Brooklyn, City of New York

Capital, $500,000.00

Surplus, $2,500,000.00

Undivided Profits, $355,000.00

JULIAN P. FAIRCHILD,
WILLIAM J. WASON, JR.

JULIAN D. FAIRCHILD, President

THOMAS BLAKE, Secretary
Vice-Pres'ts

HOWARD D. JOOST, Assi. Secy.

J. NORMAN CARPENTER, Trust Officer BROWER, BROWER & BROWER, Coursel

MARYLAND TRUST COMPANY

BALTIMORE

Capital

$1,000,000.00

Transacts a General Trust and Banking Business. We invite correspondence or

interviews in regard to active or reserve accounts.

Our Friends in the United States

(and we have many) have entrusted us with much business, which we have taken pleasure in ,attending to efficiently.

Any American Trust Company needing prompt fiduciary service on behalf of themselves or their clients, who have interests in Canada, will receive it through us.

The Standard Trusts Company

WINNIPEG, CANADA
Purely a Trust Company-no banking done

Rest, $600,000 Assets, $20,000,000 Under administration

Capital, $1,000,000

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THE FIFTH-THIRD NATIONAL BANK

CINCINNATI, OHIO 1863—Charter No. 20—1920. RESOURCES OVER $50,000,000.00 OUR SERVICE to Banks and Trust Companies has been developed and perfected through more than half a century of banking. An intimate knowledge of the requirements of Banks and the personal attention from officers specially qualified enable us

to accommodate correspondents at all times in every reasonable way.
WE INVITE Correspondence, or calls, from Banks and Trust Companies seeking
additional facilities or contemplating a change in banking arrangements.

OFFICERS
CHARLES A. HINSCH..

President
EDWARD A SEITER..

Vice-President
MONTE J. GOBLE..... Vice-President CHARLES H. SHIELDS.. Cashier WILLIAM B. HUESING....Asst. Cashier
J. R. EDWARDS....... Vice-President FREDERICK J. MAYER... Asst. Cashier HARRY NAGEL......... Asst. Cashier
Louis G. POCHAT..... Vice-President

SAMUEL MCFARLAND...Asst. Cashier LOUIS C. GEORGE...... Asst. Cashier CHARLES T. PERIN....Vice-President WILLIAM A. HINSCH... Vice-President

EDWARD A. V OSMER.... Asst. Cashier GUSTAVUS G. HAMPSON.Asst. Cashier LEWIS E. VAN AUSDOL.Vice-President

G. WILLIAM GALE......Asst. Cashier CLAUDE E. FORD...... Asst. Cashier

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Capital $5,000,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits $17,277,459.35

Aggregate Resources over $250,000,000.00 President, STEPHEN BAKER

Först Vice-President, RAYMOND E. JONES UPTOWN OFFICE

MAIN OFFICE

QUEENSBORO OFFICE 31 Union Square, New York City 40 Wall Street, New York City

Jamaica, Long Island Tranafer Agent of the State of New York Since 1818. Member of the Federal Reserde System.

A FEDERAL CORPORATION

Union Trust Company

OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Capital

$2,000,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 700,000.00 EDWARD J. STELLWAGEN.

President GEORGE E. HAMILTON,

1st V. Pres., Att'y and Trust Officer GEORGE E. FLEMING,

2d V. Pres. and Ass't Trust Officer WALTER S. HARBAN... ........3d Vice-President EDWARD L. HILLYER,

4th V. Preg. and 2d Ass't Trust Officer EDSON B. OLDS...

Treasurer IRVING ZIRPEL.. Sec'y and 3d Ass't Trust Officer W. FRANK D. HERRON .... Assistant Treasurer REGINALD RUTHERFORD.... Assistant Treasurer WILLIAM S. LYONS.... ..Assistant Secretary

ESTABLISHED 1887 BIRMINGHAM TRUST & SAVINGS COMPANY BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA

Capital, $1,000,000

Surplus (Earned) $700,000.00
A. W. SMITH, President.
TOM 0. SMITH, Vice-President.
W. H. MANLY, Cashier.
BENSON CAIN, Assistant Casbier.
C. D. COTTEN, Assistant Cashier.
E. W. FINCH, Assistant Cashier.
MACLIN F. SMITH. Trust Officer

EXAM ELLIOTT, Assistant Trust Officer
Direot connections with i be strongest Banks through-

out tho South. Send us your Collections,

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