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Are You Insured?

No.
Why not?
It costs money.
So do all things. Do you expect to be insured?
Yes.
When?
Sometime.
Do you buy when things are cheap or dear?
When they are cheap.
Insurance will never be cheaper for you than it is today. Why not buy today?
I haven't any money to spare.
Have you ANY money?
Yes.
Then you have enough to spare a part for death.
I am not sick.
Good! That will make insurance cheaper; but do you ever expect to die?
Certainly.
Do you ever expect to protect your family against death?
Yes.
Then do it now while you are young and well. Do not postpone it until you are old and sick. NOW you can. THEN you cannot.
Insurance is costly.
So is death.
Insurance can be postponed.
Death cannot.
Where shall I insure?
Where your money is safe.
Is it safe with the STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE CO.?
Ask the Treasurer of the State of Georgia.

STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE CO.
200 Auburn Avenue, ATLANTA, GEORGIA

Capital Fully Paid - - $100,000.00
OVER TWO MILLION INSURANCE IN FORCE
Issues Policies from $250.00 to $5,000.00

HEMAN E. PERRY, President
HARRY H. PACE, Secretary

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Please send me particulars about insurance.
Amount $.....
Sex.....
Age....
Weight.....
Occupation.....
Name.....
Address.....
(C. Jan., 1916)

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TEN YEARS
AN INTERNATIONAL
RECORD HOLDER

This stamps the
UNDERWOOD
as
Supreme in the Typewriter Field

In 1915 the Underwood repeated a success it had achieved for nine years by winning
In Open Competition
the
One Thousand Dollar Trophy Cup
awarded for
SPEED ACCURACY STABILITY

UNDERWOOD
"the Machine You Will Eventually Buy"

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Books? See the Selected List on the Inside Front Cover.

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The SLAUGHTER SYSTEM introducing
LYDA'S HAIR BEAUTIFIER
Guaranteed to Grow Hair in SIX TREATMENTS or Money Refunded. Price 50 cents per box.
Agents wanted. System Taught by Mail or at College.
Mrs. E. Slaughter Gamble
3001 Lawton Avenue St. Louis, MO.

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The Stenographer's Institute
1227 S. 17th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

In a few lessons our students write business letters, word for word, as dictated, and transcribe them rapidly and accurately on a Letterless Keyboard Typewriter by our Rythm Touch Method.
Stenography, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Commercial Spelling, Commercial Correspondence, Piano Music and Dressmaking, a specialty.
500 situations have been secured for students and domestic servants during the last three years.
EDWARD T. DUNCAN, Pres.

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