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idtion of the people, for the people, and by the people, for twenty-five years has been insuring the H
: its policy holders, both in city and country, against damage by Fire and Lightning, Cyclones, ?H
j Tornadoes and Wind Storm at one-half less cost than stock companies, and has never been in a more pros
1 perous condition than at present. Property not insured against Wind Storms is only partially protected. .
j Speedy and fair adjustments of all losses of property are made at assessed calculation when insured, with
j no three-fourths clause attached.
Of the TWO AND A HALF MILLION DOLLARS OF INSURANCE now carried^ the money paid out is
kept at home, and every dollar goes to the loser of property, which means the up-building of your county.
The Federal Land Banks of the Government accept its policies as collateral for money loaned. It is a mem
ber of the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies.
The following are a few of the many testimonials regard to the Association:
Letter From Abbeville Banker.
Letter From Commissioner McMaster
Oct7 15, 1017.
To Whom it May Concern :
This introduces to favorable con
sideration the Abbeville-Greenwood
Mutual Association. This company
has been doing business in this coun
ty, Abbeville, for twenty-five years,
has always paid their losses promptly
and has saved the insured considera
ble money in rates of insurance.
They have kept an account with this
bank and the same has been satisfac
tory to us. As managed by Messrs.
J. ll. Blake and J. Frazier Lyon
they are doing a good work for the
counties in which they have operated
and we take pleasure in commending
them ns first-class insurance corn
Columbia, S. C., April 14th, 1916.
Mr. J. ll. Blake, Secretary-Treasurer,
Abbeville-Greenwood Mutual Insurance Association.
Greenwood, S. C.
Dear Sir :
Your Association having complied with the laws
of this State is now licensed to do business in Abbe
ville, Greenwood, Laurens and Edgefield counties.
The record which your Association has made for
the past quarter of a century in paying all claims.
Letter From Greenwood Banker.
To Whom it May Concern :
We are glad to say a word in be
half of a valued customers of ours,
the Abbeville-Greenwood Mutual
Association. This Association has
been doing business in this and the
adjoining county ol' Abbeville for
some twenty-five years, and our un
derstanding is that they have paid all
losses promptly. They have done
considerable business with us, and
we have found them reliable and
prompt in meeting obligations. From
our kn?wledge of the methods of
the Association in the past, we
cheerfully recommend it to the fav
orable consideration of those in ad
joining counties desiring reliable in
surance on their property. I have a
Dolicv with the company myself.
pany. I carry considerable insur
ance with them myself.
National Bank of Abbeville,
(Signed) J. Allen Smith, Pres.
From a Gray Court Farmer.
Gray Court, S. C., Aug. 4, 1916.
This is to certify that my barn re
cently insured in the Abbeville
Greenwood Mutual Insurance Asso
ciation, was seriously damaged by
wind storm, and the same day the
Association was notified of the acci
dent, it satisfactorily adjusted the
damages. I heartily commend the
Company for its prompt and busines
(Signed) W. M. Stone.
against it and giving insurance at about two-thirds
of the cost in the stock company should recommend
it to the kindly consideration of the citizens in the
several counties in which it is licensed.
I can but believe that with the careful selection of
risks both in respect to physical, moral and financial
hazards, in the future your Association should be
able to reduce the cost of insurance still further.
This department will continue to exercise the most
careful supervision over the affairs of your company
in the future as it has done in the past.
(Signed) J. T. Medlock, Pres.,
National Loan & Exchange Band of
Oct. 8, 1917.
F. H. MCMASTER,
From Dr. W. T. Jones.
I am a charter member of the
Abbeville-Greenwood Mutual Insur
surance Association, and it gives me
pleasure to state that I have sus
tained two or more losses and the
company promptly adjusted them. I
have found the assessments much
lower than the old line companies,
and therefore recommend this com
pany to those wishing to insure their
(Signed) IV. T, Jones, M. D.
Ware Shoals, S. C., Oct. 10, 1917.
To those who desire safe protection for their property, at the minimum cost of insurance, and would co-operate in
building up home enterprises, we would say insure in the Abbeville-Greenwood Mutual Association.
For further information call upon local agents T. P. Salter, Trenton; J. H. Nicholson, Edgefield; W. E. Sheppard,
J. R. BLAKE, General Agent
National Bank Building
GREENWOOD, S. C.