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RGEST INSURANCE COMPANY IN MASSACHUSETTS

INCORPORATED 1849. CHARTER PERPETUAL

Springfield Fire and Marine

Insurance Company, of Springfield, Mass.

ANNUAL STATEMENT, JANUARY 1st, 1905
CASH CAPITAL, , , 2,000,000 DOLLARS
TOTAL ASSETS, .

. $6,446,898.16

ABILITIES
Capital Stock -

- $2,000,000.00
Reserve for Re-insurance -

2,630,601.04 Reserve for all unsettled Claims

241,310.94 NET SURPLUS -

1,574,986.18 Surplus as regards Policyholders

. 3,574,986.18 LOSSES PAID SINCE ORGANIZATION

. 34,404,520.58
A. W. DAMON, President.
WM. J. MACKAY, Secretary. CHAS, E. GALACAR, Vice-President. F. H. WILLIAMS, Treas.

WESTERN DEPARTMENT, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
A. J. HARDING, Manager. A. P. DEAN, Ass't Manager. W.A. BLODGETT, 2d Ass't Manager.

PACIFIC COAST DEPARTMENT, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
GEO. D. DORNIN, Manager.

GEO. W. DORNIN, Ass't Manager.
JOHN C. DORNIN, 2d Ass't Manager.
AGENCIES IN ALL PROMINENT LOCALITIES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES

UNITED STATES
CASUALEK COMPANY

141 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.

Prosident,

Secretary & General Manager.

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The

Equitable

Life Assurance Society of the United States, 120 Broadway, New York

HENRY B. HYDE, Founder

The Equitable
Leads-

In Amount Paid in Dividends to Policyholders In Prompt Payment of Policies to Beneficiaries In Financial Strength-Surplus over $80,000,000

For many years The Equitable has paid a larger aggregate amount in dividends on its policies than any other company.

DIVIDENDS PAID la 1900

$3,481,641.00 lo 1901

$3,742,520.00 In 1902

$4,477,924.00 In 1903

$5,682,296.00 In 1904

$6,001,903.00

The Equitable pays its policies more promptly than any other company - usually within twenty-four hours after proof of death.

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The Equitable is the strongest life insurance
company in the world, both in amount of
surplus and in ratio of assets to liabilities.

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Price, $5.00 per Copy.

NEW YORK:

THE SPECTATOR COMPANY

1905.

6.H
Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1905, by THE SPECTATOR COMPANY, in the office of

the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C.

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