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About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1892)
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A-eU Over $1 .' :,() 0,n0.
Surplus Over $15,000,000.
New York Life
IIICII, in 1800, originated and introduced the first Non
forfeitable Policy, now makes another IZeicLiccil
Departure in favor of the insured.
j Life insurance is safe or possible only on the principle that,
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! t of ore fully acceted this principle.
The New VorA Life believing from its experience
that the time has come when this principle should be fully
P'ilsbury-Washbum Flour Mills Co.
t AS A. PILLSHUKY.
I V i i aging Director
Minneai'i Ms, Minn., May 1893. ! , . . . . - . .
Jo: in A. McCall, President. I accepted, now announces that, the physical conditions, habits,
T;JnK(iCo-';etc., of an applicant being satisfactory, it will insure him
j without future limitations. The Company's new contract, the
WHAT A WELL-KNOWN MER
Pillsbnrv-Washbnrn Plonr Mills Co.
! CHAS. A. PILT.SI5UKV,
I am just in receipt of your
Company's chock for $j0.0i.'0 in
payment of the insurance policy
hold in your C mpany by my kite ! I
husband, Mr. Fred. C. Pillsbury, contains no restrict ions whatever inspecting Occupation. Resi- minnraih.us. mink.. May 21. ims
wl,( died a week ago yesterday, i r,( . t ' To the People op Minnesota:
Live not been put to the slight- denee, Travel, Habits of Life, or Manner of Death. The only1 I take pleasure in stating that
os', trouble; in fact, have not had , . , v . , . . . . , ; I am insured in the New York
to give the first thought to this j condition ot the policy is that .the premiums be paid as agreed. ; Life Insurance Company under
matter, as vour representatives ! t? i . .. 1 . , i .1 n .,t ! two policies amounting to 80.000
1k, o hive kmdly attended to all i the insured paj s the premium, the Company will pay the , aTlcl Jtmssitler this Company soeona
the work incident to completing! noliov ! to none in the world in strength,
the proofs. All I have done is to I ! liberality of its contracts and in
Full particulars given on application to the Company or its :its dealings with policy-holners
I in other words, I consider the
agents. ; Company and its policies on a par
New York Life LvsnsAXCK Company, iwith "Pillsbury's Best."
I Yours truly,
.H( tv Ub broadway, Iew 1 ork.
sign my names to the blanks.
You could not have received these1
blank's in New York before thii
morning, and this afternoon I am
handed the above mentioned
check. My husband carried in
surance in the Northwestern of
Milwaukee, the Massachusetts
Mutual, the National of Vermont
a; d the Connecticut Mutual, but
the New York Life lias made sct
t1 client ahead of them all.
Alice T. Pillsbuuy
ClIAS. A. PlLLSHUKY.
Chaises C. Whitney,
John A. McCall,
'i A Company of the policy-holder, by the policy-holder and for the
policy holder." '
"Underan administration which thus broadly announces the fun
damental principle that is to control its policy for the future, this com
pany now enters the forty-eighth year of an honorable business career."
JAMES F. PIERCE,
From the New York State Insurance Superintendent's Report to thu Legislature. May 2,
Abilitj' Wanted Everywhere
LAWRENCE & VICKERS, C- L MESHIER,
, Agepcy Dlrecton
Gepcral Agcpts, Hoom8 e and 1Q Montfromery
LINCOLN, NEB. LINCOLN, NEB.
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