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.IPpeafiosft Record In the ' P Twenty-seventh Annua Statement January I, 1903 ASSETS Bonds and Mortgages, Real Estate R.R. Bonds and Stocks (Market Value) Municipal Bonds (Market Value), . . U. S. Gov. Bonds (Market Value), . . Cash in Banks and Office Interest and Rents, due and accrued, Loans on Collateral Securities, .... Loans on Policies, Premiums Deferred and in course of Collection (net) $10,996,95) if- ll,863,5S8 51 18,621,442 50 5,737,"l 95 109,000 00 4,916,069 51 84,52l 34 4,736,750 00 1,066,916 83 1,812,795 96 Total, . $60,245,339 87 LIABILITIES Reserve on Policies $49,800,630 oo All other Liabilities, . . . Surplus to Policy-holders, . 923,304 54 9,521,405 33 Total, 6o,245,339 7 of this Giant Company LIFE INSURANCE ISSUED AND PAID FOR during 1902, ) including Ordinary Insurance ($87,000,000), over - J ASSETS, end of 1902, over - -INCOME, during 1902, over - - - - - " PAID POLICY-HOLDERS, during 1902, over - -SURPLUS, over - - ' POLICIES IN FORCE, nearly - - - - " INCREASE IN PAID-FOR INSURANCE IN FORCE, over - MAKING THE GRAND TOTAL OF Paid-for Insurance in Force over 800 Millions Paid Policy-holders in 27 Years, nearly 68 Millions Features of the Year's Administration were MDn RPnnr.TiON IN EXPINSE RATE. INCREASED DIVIDENDS TO POLICY-HOLDERS. 272 MILLIONS 60 MILLIONS 33 MILLIONS 9 MILLIONS 9 MILLIONS 5 MILLIONS 108 MILLIONS LtsuB D. Ward. OFFICERS John F. Drydbn. Preildent. ' Edoar B. Ward, d Vice President lot &m Forwest F. Drydbn, 3d vic Fmidnit. v.v,,b T. C. E. Blancham). tDWAKU r. ' 7.....,-.. SuM.oik.. Jacob E. Ward, , Wilbur S. Johwo,, , Counsel. Cwp, F. C. BLANCHARD, Supnttaof Loan Demnmul, EDWARD CRAY. Secretary. Edward H. Hamiu i Medlcalr,! ROBERT L. BURRAOI, j Medial FREDERIC A. Bom, dm, John K. Gore, Valentinb Riker. Assistant Secretary. Usui! P. Ward, Assistant Secretiry. ,... .on 1. Hamilton. Assistant Secretary. in Frederick H. Johnston. Associate Actuary. HRY OVERONB. GEORGE W.MUN5 Supervisor. tm W. PERRY WATSON, Astlitant Medical Dlrectac, Frederick L. Hoffman, statistician., r latel for in bin hey !hun in js... To Ices bfflc ar ONE OF The Progressive Management and the Judicious Care of, and Liberality in Dealing with, Policy-holders' Interests, have made tnis THE GREAT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES OF THE WORLD. r id II JIM Home Office! ifiewark, N.J. INSURANCE CO. OF AMERICA. If GEORGE VVHEATLEY, Srecial Agent, Greenville, Miss. "" """ "" ry.v-'-Migg 3 ST" Delta Cotton Oil Company, Near Waterworks. We Want to Gin Yovt Cotton. Prices Same as Any Other Ginnery in the City. SIGH EST PRICES PAID FOR COTTON SEED. Everything New and Up-To-Date. A share of your patronage will be appreciated. DELTA COTTON OIL COMPANY. " j.Ui.V G. ARCHER 11EN..Y T. 1REYS & CO. COTTON - FACTORS, Office No. 2i9 Main Street. I Ml I I 1 lea. 1 irp lUCIIDAUrC V l -" xcyX fw xrA t1 J 1 " A J-i-A 1 aV AMOUNTS Tr V Agents 6,OaOOOTO$lOOO J? Wanted. k- sar h . . 1 r 1 H K ! t A C CROWDEK, Manager, JNeal mig., Jacsson una. j 1, ' ' ' " . 1 m 11 iii,iiinniiiiiiMi Hi-........! -Vi'.'Ji- J. , 1 , 111 1 " e it 1 8 K B JMMSsasisiss , , 1 1- I. H. ROE I J li ROBB, Special Agent, Greenville Miss. va '(. Yf WQPI xrv vrv 3 B. ALEXANDER, Manager, Via Y. & M V. Railroads. v Mcdel Munger System Ginnery. Most Complete Ginnery System in the City. Everything Modern. . . Hghest Prices Paid For Seed . . We want your Trade. PANTERS OIL MILL, GREENVILLE, MISS. THE to AS I ST AG. T CHAS. WEB, Trop. Washington (Avenue. jk Telephone 143. to CALL FOR Green River, $ ' Jib. is The whisk.y without a ii; I The Mississippi Fire As Headache. W of Mississippi W Times B la g. ureeuvuiii liepresenu m i The Philadelphia U ol FhiladelDNi f The National Fire In; ft of Hartford, 0f The Fire Assowt; of Philadelphlif The Sun Insurance of Londoa. The Stag Cham- S pion, Segerac Cocktail ; A rcw equals, No Superiors. The Prudential Life lit of Newark, S.t The Standard Accidentd nf Detroit, MiCl IN Tntrr Tvarlo o finoniaUtr .WHAT IS UR! Iu the last aualysis but we do know that it It. law. Abuse that law e? pain resultH. Irregular m. deraugement of the orgs 1 in constipation, head troubles. Dr. King's Sj quickly re-adjust this. M thohrough.Only 2.5c at 1 drugstore. I -.....a-M----sasaa BUMS. ' "ej sa -v r r rr 11 The Big Store R-& GO. TheBigSta 25c OXFORDS. & - We oiler an elegant quality of White Oxfords the .itPit fahiie ne.i for shirt waists or iniri waisi New Goods Arriing Daily . . : 25c yd. 3oc quality our cut price- I 35c OXFORDS. v K We offer an eletrunt quality of Mercerized White 1? Oxfords regular 50o quality, our cut price 35c. 45c OXFORDS, We offer one of the best qualities White Oxfords, with soft silk finish, with dainty figures. Regular 50c quality, our cut price 45c yd. 25c Madras. . We offer an extra good quality French Madras in all the latest stripes and checks, the kind that sells for 85c. Our cut price -25c yd SILKS Tost Rccived. We have just received one of the daintiest lines of Silks ever hhown, comprising the newest novelties. Siiirt Waists. See our $1.25 White Madras Waists See our 2.00 white Madras Waists See our 2.25 White Madras Waists gee onr 1.75 Tan Pongee Waists SKIRTS. See our handsome line of Walking 8kirts, Skirts comprising all the new cloths Oxford Ties and SIpJ We are showing one of the gwellest lines of 0' Ties nd Strap Slippers ever shown at prices to d to ft O i fo) f af? u TE3:E aHs 301 & 303, Washington Avenue, Corner Poplar, CD ES! CS K. I F I I i ... l 11 Y1L-L-C" MISSISSIPPI. - V. jll