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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 October 1889

[ [ U í i- v \á ' -. ''i1 ' n-; lfti.1 >UUnt«AkUll(t cMant !* % "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE' [OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS STATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] VOL. VIH. NO. 43. LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY" DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2$, 1889. WHOLE NO. 391. INVESTMENT BANKERS FORT WORTH, TEXAS' Office, Corner Fourth tmd Houston Streets, J3**Morey always on tit lowest current rates secure low rutes, troil easy luiml to h.mi upon farms, ranches, vendors' lieu liotef and olty properly 4. Loans olosort quickly. Correspondence invited. Onolee eeof.ritles easy terms. Addrogs, IMUODKN & HAMILTON, Kort'Worth, n-x. Lecture Department. County Lecturers. All business with tlie State Lccturer should be sent to d. M.Hümph, State Lecturer, Alexander, Erath county, Texas. To County Alliance Officers: Send me, Immediately, the address of the president and secretary of your Counly Alliance, so that 1 can make arrangements to visit and lccture the people of your county. Send at ouce to....

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 October 1889

TltE SO UT11ERN MERCUR Tí DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 24,1889. THE PHMILY. LADUS8. Boll of Honor. The following «liters bare paid $1 e ch Into the Exchange on account of Sister A P. Shaw'* proposition! Mr . A. M. Turabull, Mrs. Emma Cox. Mr . Carrie Baldy. Mrs. Kd Woodward. Mlti Allttle ltutli. Members Duty. Our obligation as membors of the Farmers Alliance la one of the most solemn thing, and we ought not to miss thinking them over every day, and study and see that we Tallin no part. We should anal' yze it ao we may always know our duty, and keep It In the strictest sense to the very letter. We should always be charlt able one to another. I do not mean when I say "charity," that we should always be helping those that can help themselves. I do not think It is our duty to be afraid to withhold our names irora notes. No, and 1 wfll say right here, that every time we go our brothers security, it la only en- couraging him to go deeper in debt. Each of us should ask ourselves do we keep our obli...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 October 1889

MWW s? m THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS. OCT. $4. IS 89. y i .«Ti¿ THE PRRM. Cattle—The Best Breeda. I am asked to couirlbute something to Texas Farm and ltanoli. The subject 1 left with me. one is supposed to speak best upon subjects he knows most of. 1 don't think I Know most ot cattle, but as 1 am just now most interested in tneiu, I have thought best to select cattle for my aubject. The question, what are the best breeds V is ono that all eugaged in stock* farming are Interested i-. Kach decides It for himself. Upon its decls'.on hinges largely, iu my opinion, the other question ®i success or failure. The breed that Js best for one may not be lor another. Situ- ation and environment are important fac- tors in the calculation. To determine the best breed of cattle for a giveu locality or district, reference always must be had to thepbysloal characteristics of the surround- ings. For an unsettled grazing country such as lexas formerly was, we doubt if any breed ol cattle woul...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 October 1889

y/'' v ■ _ f v - TtlE SOUTHERN MERCURY} DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 2J¡, 18M. CDRREBPDNDENCE. Matagorda County. Editor Mkkoury:—Matagorda County AIUuh held lta regular maetlug at Uoggy Alliance October 10,11 and 12, and 1 tell you It was a regular round-up of tba Mata- gorda county division ol the Farmer* Alli- ance of Texai. The moit noble prevarica- tor, having examined all present to tee thai they were to poneulon of the twenty- •even pa* words, all of the signal* and tliPlr explanation, and hi* report being ■atlifactory, tba engineer in charge opened the valva and the great body ot Alliance men and women began to mora slowly but •lively to diipatch builneso. Uro. Laughter of Jauknon county, and ' iny*elf arrived about noon and we toon found out that this County Alliance meant business. In front of tbe president lay a big lot ol Soqthkrn Meroukts. Kvery- body was reading one, and 1 knew nt once that if monopoly and trust* tried to fool around these Matagorda Alliance members they would h...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 October 1889

J I I I Í 1. I I 1 i I f P' . 1'RE SO TJTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT• 24, 1889. Drs. BETTS & BETTS, MEDICAL DISPENSARY, «01 MAIN STRUCT. DALLAH, TKXA8. OHice houri, li a. m. to 8 p. m, A!l commu- nications strictly confidential. FOR THE TUEATMBNT OF Nervous, Chronic and Special Disease?. Dr j. Betts & Botts aro regular graduates of meuloine and surgery, whose life-long experi- ence, priiotlotil method of treatment unci pure medioluea insure spoody and n< rnamnt cures In nil privato matte , chronic, noi voub iind peeial disease . YOUNtf MEN—Middle-tig d and old, single or mar.' led, and who H itler with Lost Man- hood, N r\o is Debility, Spermatorrhea, Seminal Lobsu*. S*xual Decay, Kallmir Mem- ory, Stunted Dovelonmt nt, Li lt of Kiergy. Impoverished bl'.otl,Impedimental')Marriage; also B oo't an<l 8'Un Ulscnsoij. SvplilH" Erup- tions, Bono Pains, Swellings, U icors, Kil'ciits of Merourv, Kidney and B'adder IVonlnes. Weak llnck Burning Urine, 1 neon title tice, (lo...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 October 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, OCT. 24. 1889. The Southern Mercury (OX1S DOLI. Alt A YEAR IN ADVANCE) Published by the STATE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. is' BEAD THIS CAREFULLY. Patronize tlioso who advertise wi h in- Advertlslnic ratos furnished on application. Always mention Tub Mkrcühy when writ iDg to advertisers. Keep business manors separate from cor- respondence intended for publication. Examine the figures on the label on your pa- per and see that your time Is correct. éJl letters Intondod for Thb MbrOCBY other business or otherwise, should be ad- dressed to Tub Southskn Mkucuhy, Dallas Texas. Jt will take about throe weeks after sub- scriptions are sent before tho subsorlbers names will appear on the regular mttllng «alleys. When aendl.i;; notlocs of ohonueof addrosa. es, unless the old a- woll iib the r.ow addross Is tflvon, we oitunot pay any attention to such requests. Mako money orders, draft and all remit- tances payable to the order of Tub Soothbun Mkrcithy, and ad...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 October 1889

. ,r~y tyj ^ - , CORRESPONDENCE!. ai. . " THE SOUTHERNMERC U 11Y: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT■ $4, 1889. Coryell County. Editor Mkkcukt:—As it lias been Bomelime since we have seen a communi- cation from this county, anil especially lrom this Alliance, we thought we would take the liberty of penning you a few lines, as we deem it a priviloge as well as the duty of everyone who sees tit to express themselves through the columns of our of- lii'ial organ, The Mkrguky. Bear with us, kiud editor, for a few brief mements, while we. in our ignorant and unassuming way, tell the many readers of the dear old Mekcuky the rapid strides that the Alliance is making in this county and most especially lu this immediate vi. clnity. When the tocsin was Bounded and the united brotherhood of Texas was sum. moned to the aid ol the suffering Exchange It was then that Cowhouse Alliance came boldly to the front, and not a member failed to respond t<5 the cull. AVe have already adopted cotton as a su' stitute In ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 October 1889

í « 8 THE SO U2'IIERN MERCUR Y: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT• 24, 1859. * Xatural /'remitan System, the Cheapest Regular Ufe Insurance in the 11 'orId, Lije Insurance Like Lift insurance. Dejinite Rates., Business Mens Jnsur'nce READ, REFLECT, REMEMBER! Jl?e Imperial ijf^ Ipsurai^e <5o/r\pa9y, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. The great test of strength is Ratio of Assets to Liabilitifs. The imperial has $473 Assets for each $/oo of Inabilities the largest Ratio of any Campany doing business in Texas. "We hold the safe." ——— /o nnieli, bwauM'overy mini iiiHiirhiK hi* life In iiuy of tho fli «i-cIuhk 1 i k i i r a n' ■ Companies " tho old plan U forced to "pay ordeputdt" with tlio company more for investment thau insurance. C. A. Xewcomb, President. Anson Waring, Secretary, IV, D. Harrah, Actv. ron Life Iu ur#iico eo t!> too inucU, ticcaum'overy man liiNiirlnjc hi life In any of tho fii-icta*# tiiKuraivc Componte- un tlio ol<l plan In forced to "pay ordepiodt" with the company more for lnveatmobt tb...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 October 1889

RP" TEE SOUTHERNMERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, OCT\ 24, 1839. CORRESPONDENCE. i . Travis County. Editob Mkrccbt:—Pardon me il I w>i in any manner Intruding upon your valu- able time and ipaoe. but a few word* to the young readers of your paper. If you please. Though at yet but a young man. having voted at but one eleotton, 1 teel a deep and profound interest in the educa- tion ot tbe young of our great atate. Have you ever thought, my young IMends, of the vast amount of money that is annually being spent to maintain our school system? Have yon given one thought as thought as to the number of tescbers employed; the school bouses that are built and above all, of those who sacrificed their Uvea to bequeath to posterity the inheri- tance of their fame? Young men and wo- men, of Texas, owing alleglanco to a state whose broad domain Invites Industry to eome and enter the arms ot its resources, have you for a moment raised your eyes and with energy and parsovcrance deter- mined to enter that d...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 October 1889

Í'pwp-í; THE U 'lUEliN MEKCUli X: VALLAS, TEXAS. OCT- 17, 1889. Story of American Frontier Life. 6j Oapt. OHABLES KIlfG, U. B. A., Author of "The Colonel's Daughter," "From the /íiuiA-s," " The Deserter," Etc. SopyrlghMd 1888 by J. B. Llpplncott Company, Philadelphia, and published by speelul airaugi - ineut through tbo Ainericua I'reas Association. CHAPTER í uiidni i fortnight of "getting settlod" at t ho new post, preceded by 11 month of march- ing that had brought tbo battalion from iistant service to tliia strange Toxun sta- tion. The new comers had been hospita- bly welcomed by the officers of the little garrison of infantry, and now, in recog- nition of their many courtesies, the Held officer commanding the arriving troops had been entertaining the resident offi- cers and ladies nt dinner. The colonel was a host in himself, but preferred not to draw too heavily on his reserves of anecdote and small talk, so bo had called In two of Ills subalterns to assist in the pleasant duty...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 October 1889

< THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT- 21,1889. Bxtract of a Speech Dallvsred by J. A. Tetts. I «hall try and tell you a few of the things 1 tbink necessary to success of our order. First, we must get ourselves In a position to-place a valuation on our own produce. We must be satisfied when we get what It li actually worth, but we mutt never be satisfied to take any less. Now the ques- tion is, bow shall we obtain the power to place a prioe upon our cotton? I bellevo the only rational way is for us to do our owa mercantile busluess. Bo long as men out aide our ranks handle our goods so loug Will they have control of ouiacotton, and so loug will other men have control of the ootton through them. Most of our wei- chants who credit the fanner*, have to op erate on a borrowed capital, and they usu- ally pledge themselves to deliver at certain times, certain numbers of bales oi cotton. This plaoes the farmer at the mercy of the home merchant, who is at tbe mercy of the commission...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 24 October 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, OCT. 1S89. MEWS AMD VIEWS HERB AND THERE. Empresa Fredrick gave a «Upper to ¡lie czar. The Purls exposition will close Novem- ber 10. The terrific northwest K«'e along the Itlknilu coast continues. ( Journeymen bakers at X wark, N. J. ire on a strike. r The tiremen of the Cuuaril stenmer 'Jml)riu, struck because no union men were employed on the vessel. It Is believed in Washington that the president In bis message will recommend lome deohied tarllf changes. At Vineyard Haven and Nantuckt, Mass., vessels have gone ashore, driven by the fe- rocity ot wind and waves. The czar has given l'rince Bismark a inuffboxwith his portrait on the lid. Skirmishes between the Greoks and Cretans continue. Oliakir Pasha is pro- paring to attack Sophia. Public school at Kiyiip is buHding up Onely. Several otUces In the court house at Es- tacado are damaged by tiro. Track laying between Luting and Lock- hart is progressing rapidly. Lullng bus shipped to date nearly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 October 1889

>R ''X'ítOP "ORGANIZE, EDUCATE AND CO-OPERATE" [<OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS ¿¿TATE ALLIANCE OF TEXAS.] ' LIBERTY, JUSTICE AND EQUALITY " VOL. VIH. AV. U- DALLAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31,18SO. WHOLE NO. 302. DENISON! Below wo publish an interesting commu- nication to the farmers ot Texas from our correspondent, II. H. Teel, in regard to the remarkable growth and rapid develop- ment of the CITY OF DENISON. A Few Facts Con- cerning the <iPJE <?I5V" OFTHE SOUTHWEST. Her Advantages of Soil and Climate Unsurpassed. Her increase in Pop- ulation, Wealth and Commercial Im- portance Truthfully Portrayed Her Elevated Location, Natural Drainage, Freedom From and Abun- dant Supply OF PURE, SOFT WATER, Make Denison a Pleasant and Desirable Location for the Home-Seeker. :ÍM$' Again, her proximity to the largest and best deposits ot coking coal in the south• west, the interminable forests of valuable timber, mineral and geological deposits, all within easy reach, point to Denis...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 October 1889

THE FAMILY. LADIES. Aa loon a* we can, «ben everything get In good running order, and gofei imootUly, the family department will be to itself— aeparatd from the cousin*. We are in re eelpt of aome splendid letters, and Just as soon as the managers can revolutionize our page a little, we will be glad to have other ladles follow the exumple ef those who have already given us their aid towards building up the ilome Corner. We will try to nuke it a home corner In every par ticular. Flokknck Star. Blontaerue (Jounty. Editor MancuBY:—As 1 have not seen anything from Mountain Creek Alliance, 1 will try to write, flly husband, two ■onB and daughter and myselt belong to the Alliance. Our Alliance is not doing anything at present, but 1 hope they will go to work soon, and 1 think it a noble cause, and I have learned to use .economy and can help my husband to make our liv- ing. Sister Nina Franks, 1 saw your name In Tiik Mkkcuky, and you said you lived In Llano county, but you did not say what...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 October 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, OCT. 31. 1889. \- jC . < A %•? Ite THE FARM. Women in Horticulture. A horticultural journal say that U has "no patience with the uperflcial observ- ers who twaddle about the degrading eflect of the out-door work upon women. They must be peculiar women who can be more ♦•degraded" by working in God'i pure air, •mid the beautiful lights and sounds of nature, among tho wonderlul pant ol gar- den and Held, than by being cooped up in a hot kitchen, handling poti and kettle*, do. log chamber work, and mending old clothes. No honest work is degrading to man or woman, unless it Injures tho moral nature or weakens the body. We owe to our husbandB and wives aud children and to our Maker the duty of performing the work before us to the best of our ability. We also owe to them the duty ot doing tho work we are best lltted for, and to take good care of our bodies lu order that we may do our work well. No industrial pur- suit is better lltted to women and th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 October 1889

THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, OCT. 31. 1889. JHM, THE FAIR. Opening day atore and shops were olosed, actaoola dtamtaa«d aud business generally auapended. ltesldeut cltizena were expected to lend their presence to tbe occaalon, and «well the crowd. Schools were provided with ribbon badi<ea and en. tored free. It waa our day "off," thinking it might be ray firat and last ohance I de elded to attend. Had read in a daily pa. per tbe atrnet cara would charge ten oouts inatead of Ave, aa heretofore, puincogers were expected to have the exact change. Our crowd boarded a atreet car, banded in our fare at tbe rate ol ten cents each, no change returned. We made mention of the extra charge to a friend standing lu tbe aiale, he Informed ua be only paid live centa. It was ignorance on bla part and OYeralght on tbe part of the conduoior. That night a meeting of tbe city council waa called, at which a law waa passed lor- bidding thla extra charge. Next trip out We paid a nickul euoh, ins...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 October 1889

THE SOUT&ÉRNMERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT- 31, 1889. 6 i< Drs. BETTS & BETTS, MEDICAL DISPENSARY, BOX MAIN STREET. DALLAH, TKXAH. O&lce hours, U a. ra. to H p, in. Al oouitnu- nloatlons strictly confidential. FOH THE TKEATMENT OP Nervous, Chronic and Special Diseases, Er*. Betts & Bi'tts are regular (rrndnatrs of meuioiuo and surforv, whoso lll'o-lonjf o.vperl- anO0, practical method ol'treatment norl pure medioinesiusurespoedy and n. r.nannii cures In «II prívale matura, chronic, nervous and pc-tal iiisenB"«. YO(JNQ MEM—MIddle ag d and old, single or married. and who seller with Lost Man- hood, N *rvo's Debility, Spermatorrhma. Seminal Losses S xual Decay, Failimr Mem- ory, Stunted Develomnrnt, La k of E icrgy. Itapovorlslied HI o.l, IrapodiUicntsto Marr'nyo; also U oo l an 1 SlUu Diseases. Svphii'f Erup- tions, Jione Pains. Swelling, Ueers.ETeo's of Merourv, Kinney and B adder i'roithioi. Weak Back Burning Urine, Incontinence, Oo or- rlicea, Gleet, Strict' r , rec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 October 1889

e THE /SOUTHERNMERCURY: DALLAS. TEXAS, OCT. 31, 1889. The Southern Mercury (ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE) Published by the STA TE ALLIANCE PRINTING BOARD. READ THIS CAREFULLY. PttroniM) those «ho advertise with us. Advertising rates furnished on «pplloatlon. Always mention Thb Mkkcuhy when writ «ff to advertisers. Keep business matters generate from cor- respondence intended for publication. Examine tho Apures on the label on your pa- per and see that your time 1b correct. All letters Intended for This Mbroubt whether business or otherwise, should be ad- dressed to Thjs Houthbrn mkkodkt, Dallas; Texas. It will take about throe woeks after sob- scriptlons are sent before the subscribers names will appear on the regular moling galleys. When sending notices of change of address, es, unless the old as well us the r.ew address Is given, we oannot pay any attention to luon requests. Make money orders, drafts and all remit- tances payaiilo to tlio ordor of Tub Sonmi " Mercury, inn] address...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 October 1889

TEE SO VT1MSJVMStLCVH K DALLAS. TEXAS, OCT. 31. 1889. CORRESPONDENCE. A Cotton Factory to bo Built. Editor Mekcühy:—As the cotton bag glng question U now agitating the minds of the people, and as you have thrown open the columns of your paper for the discus sion of this question, and for statements relative to an enterprise of this kind, and as we have decided to build a bagging fac. tory at the Marble Palls, I thought I would write something in relerence to it. When our leaders nt Birmingham, Alabama, last May decided that we would not use jute bagging any longer than until we could get the cotton bagging, there was a thrill of foy that passed through the country among those who were being fleeced by the jute trust, and we are glad to know thai the day is fast approaching when cotton will take the place of jute in covering our cot- ton for the market, and ought we not to be much gladder to know that the day is fast coming when we will manufactuo our own bagging on our own mills in ...

Publication Title: Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Mercury, Texas Farmers' Alliance Advocate — 31 October 1889

Mf '!*WWV 8 THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS. OCT■ 81, 1889. Natural Premium System, the Cheapest Regular Life Insurance in the World. Lije Insurance Like lire Insurance. Definite Rates. Business Mens Itisur'nce READ, REFLECT, REMEMBER! JI70 Imperial Ijft Ipsurai^e <?o/i)pai?y, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. The great test of strength is Ratio of Assets to Liabilities. The Imperial has $473 Assets for each $100 of Liabilities—the largest Ratio of any Company 'doing business in Texas. "Wehold the safe." C. A. New comb, President. Anson Waring, Secretary. W. D. Harrah, Acty. Ufe Insurance costs too much, because every man insuring hlH life In any of the flr«t clai« Insurance Companies on tl.o ol.l plan Is forced to "pay or deposit" with the company more for Investment than Insurance. The Imperial doe I require that' it only inks that a suUlclent sum bo paid for insftraneo and expenses, and uxuets nothing for speculation or Investment. At ««« \\ lorSiO.ouO, tlio Imperial charges Sl 0 per nnn...

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