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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1913)
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Protection of Your Family is as
Much a Duty as the Provision
of Food and Home for Them
The Woodmen Circle towers its
head above all others as the
greatest woman's protective asso
ciation in the world.
In 1901 it had 11,848 members.
Today its membership totals 119,273.
In 1912 it showed a gain of 25 per cent in
The gain in insurance in 1912 was 31 percent.
The. gain in mssets for 1912 was 25 per cent.
FEW cities in the country have ever had the advantages of insurance
brought so forcibly to their minds as has Omaha during the lal
week. Hundreds have been made homeless and many have been left
without protection, because the lives of the ones upon whom they depended were not
insured. There is only one way to safely provide for your family that is to insure
yourself, and thereby make it certain that they will be well taken care of, even if your
life is snuffed out without warning.
The Woodmen Circle offers every woman between the ages of 18 to 52 the op
portunity to provide for her family, and also to enjoy all the fraternal and social
advantages of a great insurance society that the husband or father may have.
Experience has demonstrated that it is just as essential for women to carry in
surance as for men. When a woman dies, her loved ones often suffer for the need of
the things that a few cents would buy. The way for the mother or the sister to assure
herself that those she loves will be provided for when she passes away is to be pro
tected by a policy in the Woodmen Circle.
By a small monthly contribution of assessment and dues you can be assured of the prompt payment, at,
your death, of such an amount as you may desire ($100 to $2,000), to any relative you may designate, and in
addition thereto if your certificate is for $500 or more, there will be placed at your grave abeautiful and
enduring monument, to cost not less than $100. Men who are Woodmen and women are admitted to mem
bership, the beneficiaries of male members, who are assured a $100 monument by the Woodmen of the World,
receive $100 funeral benefit in addition to the amount of the certificate held.
A Fraternal Beneficiary Society for Women by Women
EMMA B. MANCHESTER,
Headquarters, WOODMEN OF THE WORLD BUILDING, OMAHA, NEB.
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