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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 21, 1917.
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Wm. V. CASEY. Waco. Texas. T. A. DICKSON. St. Louis. Mo. J. E. WALLACE. Knoxville, Tenn. G. W. ATKINS. Memphis, Tenn.
To be Associated with Standard Life Is to Bear
This Mark of Distinction
j LIFE :
Completes insurance Your Life -Line
The biggest Insurance achievement of the Race has been accomplished by fol
lowing a consistent policy of availing itself of the very best man-power
Life Insurance is too big, too vital to be entrusted to the handling of small cali
bred men, therefore the Company is combing the Race for high grade men.
Are You of the Blue Ribbon Class? Have You Brains,
Business Acumen and the Grit to Work Hard?
If so Standard would like to associate you with these successful men, who are typical of their
field force; whose work and influence are ielt wiierever our peopie live.
MR. Wm. V. CASEY, Formerly Clothing Salesman, Indiana.
MR. T. A. DICKSON, Formerly Secretary, Union Guaranty Ins. Co., Miss.
MR. . E. WALLACE, Formerly President, Bennett College, N. C.
DR. G. W. ATKINS' formerly Practicing Physician, Tennessee.
TODAY THEY ARE AMONG THE REPRESENTATIVE CITIZENS OF THEIR RESPECTIVE COMMUNITIES;
THEIR INCOMES ARE FAR BEYOND THE AVERAGE; THEY ARE FREE TO EXERCISE INITIATIVE; THEIR
FUTURE IS ASSURED AND THEY HAVE ABUNDANT OPPORTUNITY FOR STILL GREATER DEVELOPMENT.
If You Are Seriously Interested,
Write At Once
The Company also desires to hear from capable people for its Office staff. Natural growth occasions frequent promotions
and the consequent employment of additional bookkeepers, stenographers and clerks. Our policy is to name our Officials
and Department heads from those within the Organization. During this year one new Division and a new Department of
four Bureaus have been created, and every month's business serves notice of still greater expansion.
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J. E. WALLACE
HOME OFFICE: 200 AUBUKN AVENUE
OVJEII S5,009000 INSURANCE IK FORCE.