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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1929)
iThe Tetg OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, ' Oregon, Satitrday Morning, January 19, 1929
Rich men as well as poor,
carry life insurance for pro
tection. One hundred and fifty men
in the United . States hold
policies aggregating more
than one million dollars on
the individual. -
Among the largest claims
ever paid was that which
went last year to the estate
of Rodman Wanamaker
who carried insurance to
the value of $7,500,000.
Other large policy-holders
are: Pierre S. DuPont, $4,
000,000. J. .C Penney, $2,830,000.
J. C. Colgate, $1,500,000.
LIFE Insurance is no longer a dis
agreeable topic to be shunned in
It is one of the most sound planks in
any Thrift platform.
Did-you realize that 3 of the national
income goes to the purchase of life insurance?
And did you know that 87 of all pro
perties left by death of people consists
of benefits from life insurance com
panies? The world's richest men such as John
D. Rockefeller, J. PT Morgan and oth
ers of their ability, recognize the value
of life insurance and have large quan
tities of it.
Nothing takes the place of Life Insur
ance. Savings accounts, investments,
other forms of saving, all are vital to
a well organized plan. But. Life Insur
ance gives immediate security for the
future of wife, children and other de
pendents. It is foolish and futile to delay. Take
out a policy today.
If you can only take a small policy do
it now and add more as circumstances
Mighty Good at
The insurance man chased
the business man into his of
fice. That was his business.
The business man chased
the insurance man out of his
office. That was poor busi
ness. The business man, two
years later chased the insur
ance company and was' re
jected. That was their busi
ness. One year later the busi
ness man was chased off the
earth. That was unfortunate
Three months passed and-;
his family was chased into
the street. That was no
Tills Page is Sponsored by the Following
The Equitable Life Assurance
Clif ion M. Irwin, Agent
463 Ferry St., Salem
Central Life Assurance Society
C. B. Williams, General Mgr., Oregon Bldg.
Sun Life Assurance Co.
Carl D. Shoemaker, Agent
' United States National Bank Bldg.
New York Life Insurance Co.
Ervin F. Smith, Harley C. Pugh, Owen F. Ogden, Cicero F. Hogan
' Office: Oregon Building
' Northern Life
3 in 1 Policy; LIFE, HEALTH, ACCIDENT,
W. T. Miltonberger, Agency Manager
Agents: John Meyer, George Berg, Eric Bartnlff, Frank Newton
Oregon Life Insurance C6
A. A. Wynn, Dut Manager, Masonic Bids.
Mutual Life Insurance Co
of New York
E. C. Goodwin, District Manager
Penney Bldg. N. Liberty St.
Missouri State Life Insurance
W. C Dyer, Agent; Oregon' Building: ' -
Paul H. Acton
Northwest Mutual Life Insurance Co. of
! Milwaukee. Office: Masonic Bldg.
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