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Page 89 of Proceedings of the Kentucky Negro Educational Association, April, 22-25, 1925

Part of Kentucky Negro Educational Association Journal

DOMESTIC ISFE BUMDING 6th & Walnut LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY OWNED BY THE DOMESTIC LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY The Domestic Life 4and Accident Insurance Company began business in September, 1921. In four years has issued nearly 100,- 000 policies. Paid over $250,000 in salaries and commissions to employees. Paid over $175,000 to policyholders and beneficiaries in claims. Erected a beautiful Home Office building on the corner of 6th and Walnut, which provides 'a home for the First Standard Bank, also offices for many doctors, dentists and real estate dealers, and a moving picture theatre with a capacity of over 700. THiE DO- MESTIC GIVES EMPLOYMENT TO HUNDREDS OF MEN AND WOhEN OF OUR RACE. Issues policies from $500 to $5,000 on the Life and Endowment plans. Policies on the weekly premium plan that pay for sickness, aecident and death. INISURE WITH THE DOMESTIC-AUTHORIZED CAPITAL 4200,000 G. P. HUGIES, President W. F. TURNER, Secretary a

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