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$200 PER MONTH
I.S EASILY EARNED
by men of energy, ability and good character
Illinois Life Insurance Co.
INSURANCE IN FORCE
JAMES W. STEVENS, President
have selling ability backed up by energy and a wholesome willingness to work, it will be to your interest to address our
Fort Dearborn Building
The German fire Insurance Company Virginia State
Insurance Co. City of Pittsburg, Pa.
ORGANIZED MARCH 27, 1862
GEO. L. CHRISTIAN, President
Losses paid since organization
STATE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. Worcester, Mass.
Assets, January 1, 1904,
Surplus, Jan. 1, 1904, Massachusetts Standard
A. G. BULLOCK, President
H. M. WITTER, Secretary B. H. WRIGHT, Superintendent of Agencies
TENTH EDITION NOW READY.
The Accident Insurance Manual
Baltimore Life Insurance
... A GUIDE TO... COMPANY
the Accident Insurance Solicitor, containing
'Hints to' Agents, how to obtain business, and a Home Office, S. E. Cor. Liberty and Clay Streets, BALTIMORE, Mo. Directory of Plans, Contracts and Premiums,
portraying the leading features of the principal STATBMENT, DECEMBER 31st, 1903.
Stock and Mutual Accident Companies and Sick
Benefit Associations in the United States, covering Cash Assets
$755,099.34 both accident and health Insurance. Net Present Value of Policies and all other Liabilities
This work also includes a carefully prepared
514,069.14 Net Surplus
classification of the various risks according to the 241,030.20
hazard of occupation. An especially valuable
feature is the table of benefits, showing at a glance ISSUBS
the indemnities paid under accident contracts ORDINARY LIFE INSURANCE
The chapter on “Hints to Agents," written by a
field man and manager of many years' experience INDUSTRIAL LIFE INSURANCE
in the accident insurance field, is full of salient ON APPROVED PLANS
points for those engaged in soliciting.
The work is handsomely printed, bound in con
venient form for the pocket, and will be sent postF. S. STROBRIDGE, President.
paid on receipt of price. R. E. BROMWELL, Vice-President. W, 0. MacGILL, Secretary.
Price of the Accident Manual, Bound
io Flexible Leather, $1.50.
THE SPECTATOR COMPANY,
Des Moines Life Insurance Company
HOME OFFICE, CROCKER BUILDING,
Income During 1903. Premiums....
.$750,129.27 Interest, Rents, etc.... TOTAL INCOME.
$922,606.37 Disbursements During 1903. Paid Policyholders..... $186,015.66 All other Disbursements..... 217,890.50
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS.... $363,660.71 Admitted Assets..... .$1,083,976.59 Total Liabilities..
902,838.43 Surplus to Policyholders, $181,138.16
Insurance in Force.......$18,080,654.00
Net Increase, $2,938,648.00
Net Increase, $506,628.00
Net Increase, $35,344.64
ALL POLICIES ARE SECURED BY A DEPOSIT OF INTEREST-BEARING
SECURITIES WITH THE AUDITOR OF STATE OF IOWA.
L. C. RAWSON, VICE-PRESIDENT.
DR. C. H. PHILPOTT, 20 VICE-PRESIDENT. HOMER A, MILLER, TREASURER.
W. S. DONAHEY, AUDITOR.
ARE YOU SEEKING
a safe and profitable investment or
a lucrative occupation ?
THE RESERVE LOAN
CORRESPOND WITH THE
TEN YEARS' PROGRESS
Percentago 1893 1903
of Gains Premium Income....
$2,947,516.29 $6,136,253.94 $3,188,737.65 108.18 Income from Interest and Rents... $635,250.10 $1,394,496.90 $759, 246,80 119.52 TOTAL.....
$3,582,766.39 $7,530,750.84 $3,947,984.45 110.19
Assets, December 31 ....... $14,480,480.80 $33,590,999.39 $19,110,518.59 131.97
Since its organization the Company has paid to its policyholders in
Endowments Matured, $4,209,725.00
Assets, Dec. 31, 1903, $33,590,999.39
Liabilities, $30,943,508.01 Surplus, $2,647,491.38
The insurance world is familiar with the bright and pithy sayings, in the form of fables, aphorisms, epigrams, proverbs, comments on men and things, upon historical events and current happenings which illustrate some life insurance maxim, which have been prepared and given publicity from time to time, by James T. Phelps. There has recently appeared in book form many of these articles and paragraphs written by Mr. Phelps. They have been made up into a handsome little volume entitled “Life Insurance Sayings," presenting forceful arguments in favor of life insurance. Every fable en forces its moral “insure your life,” and every bright saying is calculated to set the reader thinking that it means him. Every agent in the country should have copies of this book to give or to lend to intending insurers. Mr. Phelps treats of life insurance in general for the good of all, never advertising his own company or seeking to belittle competitors. The undersigned are the exclusive selling agents of “Life Insurance Sayings," and all orders for this work must be placed through them.
75 Cents Per Copy; $7.20. Per Dozen Copies.
THE SPECTATOR COMPANY, 95 WILLIAM STREET,