Where any considerable amount of noney ia to be invested, it is usual for men to imrestigate and to decide as to prospecta of thï investment being a profltable one, but the:e is an exccption to this rule that has cost our people millions of dollars. Less care and more ignorance is displayed in referenoe to the principies of life insurance, than in regard to any other financial question of eqml magnitude. Designing men take advantage of this fact to push upon the people policies issued by companies and societies devoid o every principie of equity or perpetuity. Eveiything is made aubserïient to the one end, get victima. The Michigan Provident Union if Detroit is the only company doing business upon the assessment plan which combines 3im plicity, Cheapness, Equity and Perpetiity. We take pleasurc in commending to our raiders a caref ui perusal of "Some facts for thnking men, or Ufe insurance explained, a lttle tract f uil of yaluable information upou ihe principies of insurance. An inyestigaSon will costs nothing and may be the meanf of saving you hundreds of dollars. Good aen wanted aa agenta. Send to J. T. Patton, Secietary, Detroit, for documenta.