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title: 'The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, May 26, 1914, Special Reunion Number, Section Two: Pages 9 to 16, Image 9',
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Special Reunion Number, Complimentary to the U. C. V.
9 to 16
VOL. 1, NO. 111. ' TaVI I Weekly, EHlafcllBkf* I860; Dally, Jan.IS, 1914.
ANDERSON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1914.
I*. PRICE FIVE! CENTS
$5.00 PER ANNUM
IIn paying out money for anything-whether it be insurance or shoes--our
fjost question is: "Am I getting value received?"
For a quarter of a century, The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company
has been giving the people of South Carolina the very highest quality of
Life insurance in return for the premiums paid. Our policy holders have
attested their satisfaction in such substantial ways that the Company's busi
ness in this State has increased year by year, until on January 1st, 1914, it
amounted to $17,276,440.00.
/ But that is not all. In addition tp the targe sums paid policy holders last
. year, and the liberal loans which ave always available on policies, the Com
pany has loaned in the last two dr three years a very considerable amount
on South Carolina farms. In 1912 and 1913, the amount paid out and in
vested in South Carolina was more than $400,000.00 in excess of the total
/ l premiums collected. That means keeping your money at hone9 and
\ffl?^iw^i ' 84319910 time QrttingyalM received....
Here Ara the Figures^?i?y Speak For Themselves
1912 913 1912-13
Paid S. C. Policyholders, Policy % \
'. . Claims, Dividends and Cash' Values'$23,0,344.75 $2j55,6?7.84 * % $496,012.59
State, County andWWUrlicipai Taxes . 11,650.41 1.1,414*50 ^ \ 23,061.91
? Physicians and Agency Expenses . . . 73,150.19 6^,046.65 * !? 142,196.84
Loans-Real Estate, Cash and Pre- 410,000.00 ? * 823,000.00
iniurn-over. 413,000.00 \ *
Tota* S. C. Disbursements :
Total S. C. Premium Collections.
EXCESS invested iii S. C.
. BMS bi ii I i ^ y
ON DECEMBER 31st, 1913
Cash and Premium Loans Outstanding*on South Carolina Policies, Dec. 31st, 1913... .$933,999.04
Amount of Railroad bonds which may be considered as belonging to South Carolina . . 108,400.00
i^eand Dillon County bonds. . 55,000.00
Real Estete mortgages on fann property Dec. 31st, 1913 . .., . . 680,000.00
For information as to "The Best Policy m the Best Company," address or see
M. M. M?TTISON, General Agent
C. W. WEBB, District Agent J. J. TROWBRIDGE, Special Agent
BLECKLEY BUILDING, ANDERSON. S. C.