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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, February 26, 1914, Image 4

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I The "Home Life95 Insurance Company is now issuing a "20 Payment Life Policy ' at the age of 35, which co^t $36.22 annually, less the dividends, and adds to same the Endowment option whereby the insured can pay eight more payments and reap the benefits of recieving a thousand dollars !$ 1,000! in cash. * ? We wish to call you attention to the fact that "all policies issued by the 'HOME LIFE! are absolutely incontestable aftei one year," and that paid-up policies in this company parlicipats in the earnings of the company whether they are paid -up policies ot 3 or more years or at the end o! 20. All policies issued by the "Home Life" ou> the limited payment plan contains guaranteed loan auu cash values, paid -up participating insurance and extended insurance; and there are no restrictions as to residence and travel. MVIO^NDS: A conparison of cash dividends paid by ^ny Company is no criterion of the low cost of insurance in that particular company as the premium rates of companies differ, consequently the only true comparison of rhe co& of the same plans of insurance in various companies is the difference between the premium charged and the dividend returned which amount is termed coft. The Home Life will furnish you Insurance comparing favorably wiih the lowest obtainable. All the policies issued by this Company, except Term and policies on female lives, contain i)ie total and permanent disability clause, which means that in event of total and permanent disability no further premiums will lr eqvired until the age 'of 60. JJEATki CLAIMS: The Company takes pride in the p?empt settlement of death claims, and they are paid same day proofs are received and approved. SERVICES: We believe we are in a position locally to give you better service than any Company you can possibly place your insurance with, as the State office is located in Fannville and your renewal payments are paid at this office. ji B 1 lie notices of premiums are sent out about 30 day before.the premium is due and the Company allows 30 days grace without interest charged from ihe day that premium originally lalls due. The "Home LiL is old. strong and reliable, and during its 54 years of business there has been no scandals whatever connected wiih it in any. way. I* , - 1-ebruary 25th, 1914 Mr. II. L. Humphrey. Conor-, ii A~cnl, Home Life Insurance Company of New York, I'.irnivillle. N. C. Dear Sir:? My mother has n S2.000 policy and f a ?10.000 policy. My confidence in tlie "Home Life" is that I believe should 1 die lo night niy estr.;* would receive the $10,000 promptly, and i; as safe n' it had .Andy been deposited in the bank. Appreciating life insurance :'nd my confidcnce in the "Home Life," it Is n pleasure to locoi.imend it to mv friends. Very truly yours. C. K TOWN5END. Fnrmvillle N". N. Feb. 25tii, 1911. Mr. II. L. Humphrey General Agent, Home Life Insurance Company of New York, Farmvillc, N. C. Dear Sir:? About three years ago I took with your Com pany, The Homo Life, a SlO.fiOO 15-year Endowment Folicy und" I consider same as good, as any Company that I could have insured with. The service that I have received has been entirely satisfactory, and I can unhpsitatedly reccommend "The Home Life" to or. v one desirinsr a safe Lite Tnsurar.ce. Very truly yours, J. T. HARRIS. Fremont, N. C'., Nov. 13th, 1913. Mr. 11. 1.. ! i inr-hrey. General Auent. l.iic iiisiu JiilV Co.. . 1 .'.riivi'.sc, iV. C. Dear Sir: -\\'e vv.ito to sav that we apixcci-ate the prompt ness .">f voir < ?! "*jmhv i.i tin. of the 510,000 policy held by our father, W. R. Hook >. He was Li^tirjd in three companies, and vmirs was tha fir-tt to mnko settlement. We want to thank .-op for the energetic manner in which you pushed the ae! iL.-u-jt. ?> .ii will s.?>* in this connexion, that any one who desit- s usur.iuca will nut make any midako to con sult you before tal;i:i;? ?' policy. .With best wishes for your fu ture succasf, we are. Geo L. sf T. Hooks, Jr., Exec" tar*. If you want the be? policy, in the "Be? Company" in the word, and one that will treat you right and your bene ficiary the same way, before taking Insurance, see what we have to offer FOR TERMS AND PARTICULARS SEE H. L. HUMPHREY, fiEKERAL AGENT, Of J. R. Newton St W. J. TugwelL SPECIAL , February 24th, 1914 Mr. H. L. Humphrey, General Agent, Home Life Insurance Company, Farmville, N. C. Dear Sir:? My experience with your company has been vary satisfactory, as I was at one time guardian (or a minor and the company paid the claim promptly and in full, and I do not hesitate to recommend the Home Lite to any one wanting good insurance, R .L. DAVIS. Farmville, N. C., Feb. 25th, i?14 II Mr. H. L. Humphrey, General Agent, Home Life Insurance Company of New York, Farmville, N. C. . L-^ar Sir:? Durinsr the past lour years I have had almost daily transactions with the Home Life Insurance Co, and have found them right up to the point in eveiy in?ant. The method employed by tho Home Life in handling returns to policy hold ers, whether as dividends, or as death claim*, it satisfactory in every case. Yours very truly. Dr. D. S. MORRILL Farmville, N. C. Feb. 25th, 1914. Mr. H. L. Humphrey, General Agent, _^Homc Life Insurance Company of New York. . FttiWville, N. C. Dear Slv:? Your valued favor received and I beg to ad? you that Iain od ton no $10,000 in the Home life same as good us any Company 1 can tnsure in. 1 1 ?hat I am uetiing is better than any Company that I ?wra with asjhtf , Slate office is located in my home ti is a great advantage to any one. My dealings with pany have been entirely satitfadoiy and the divid the Company will compare favorably with the lo able. Anyone desiring any good safe Life Insurant ? no error in teeing you or your representative* before their Insurance SVishmg iyou all grades of success, 1 remain, - ^ vVprTuly yours, ? ? ? ' The

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