1927 The Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide Page: 3
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WHAT IS SUCCESS?
With one of the greatest agricultural crops Texas has ever produced
Success has been attained and "Old Man Texas," knowing that lean
years may follow, is investing his profits wisely. Following closely in
the footsteps of "Old Man Texas" is Texas Jr., vho, like Dad, realizes
that Success is a joy in health, security in sickness and satisfaction
at the end.
HOW TO ATTAIN IT!
By following the examples of "Old Man Texas" and Texas Jr., and in-
vesting your nioney wisely in Prudential Fully Paid or Prudential
Sayings Certificates. Either certificate pays 8 per cent interest cont-
pounded semi-annually, and your money may be withdrawn at any time
upon reasonable notice.
NO MEMBERSHIP OR WITHDRAWAL FEE IS CHARGED
Issued in denominations of $100 or
any multiple thereof. S8% Interest,
Paid in cash Jan. 1 and July 1 of
each year, or the interest lmay re-
mnain and be compounded.
Payable at the rate of $5 per month
for each $1,000 and mature in 12S
months. $5 per month will mature
$1,(M4,i4; $50 per month will mature
Write for Booklet, "The Prudential Plan."
Assets of More Than a Million
CHAS. C. COBB BURGESS, OWSLEY, STOREY & STEWART C. O. LANE
President General Attorneys Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr.
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1927 The Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide, book, 1927~; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth123785/m1/3/: accessed August 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.