The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894, June 30, 1892, Image 16
THE ALLIANCE-INDEPENDENT. -M 1 J 1 . V. A-eU Over $1 .' :,() 0,n0. 1 11 Surplus Over $15,000,000. New York Life INSURANCE COMPANY, aT7i All ..'-4 Pit 'A fl vr 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, A LARGE CLAIM PROMPTLY f . . . x 'vt I , I palpi T li LVy lO 1 CVIUIW Ulllll 111V7UV. J , UUl 1IJ.C lUUJJ'ilUJ lltlO lilC'f lllll ! 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. MMITKI j 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, .Mow York 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 CHANT SAYS. ACCUMULATION POLICY, Pillsbnrv-Washbnrn Plonr Mills Co. j LIMITED. ! CHAS. A. PILT.SI5UKV, Managing Director. Dmau Sir: 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. proofs 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. Yours truly, Alice T. Pillsbuuy ClIAS. A. PlLLSHUKY. Chaises C. Whitney, Keci John A. McCall, Piesident. '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, Superintendent. From the New York State Insurance Superintendent's Report to thu Legislature. May 2, 1802. 4 m 1 "Si n Affonls of Mcsrift Abilitj' Wanted Everywhere wmromnro ! I LAWRENCE & VICKERS, C- L MESHIER, , Agepcy Dlrecton Gepcral Agcpts, Hoom8 e and 1Q Montfromery LINCOLN, NEB. LINCOLN, NEB.