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Standard Life Insurance
11< )>IH < >FFICE =
Strongest in the South
Surplus to Policy Holders $
29 S .07
$35.33 in assets for every dollar of liability. Strong in surplus, conservative in management, as liberal
in policy contract as safety will permit, the Jefferson asks your patronage, not only because
it is geographically in the South, but because it can give as good security as any
Company anywhere, and yet retain capital for Southern development.
All kinds Term, Life and
Cash Loan, paid-up and Extension Values.
Ail limited payment participating
Life and Endowment forms guaran
tee immediate paid-up policies for the
face amount without payment of fur
ther premiums in case of total disa
bility from any cause.
AT AGE SO
$10,000 Ordinary Life Participating
.$10,000 20-payment Life Participa
$10,000 20-Year Endowment Partici
pating costs . ..$490.50
Strongest in the South
for the World.
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An agent can sell a Jefferson Stan
dard Policy more easily than any
other for they are clear and to the
point, free from restrictions, and the
most liberal consistent with safety.
No special contracts or agency
Old-line policies that say what they
mean and mean what they say.
Agents wanted in every town in
Georgia and South Carolina, where
the company is not already repre
Strongest in the World
JOSEPH G. BROWN, President
P. I). G( >LD, Jr., Y. P. and Gen. Mgr.
CHAS, W. GOLD, Sec. .X: Snpt. Agencies
A. Ii. ANDREWS, Raleigh, N. I'.. First Vice-Prcsident of the
.lus. <;. BROWN, Raleigh, X. C. Presidenl Citizens' National
C. 15. AYCOCK, Goldsboro, X. ( '.. Kx-Governor of North I
CIIAS. K. JOHNSON, Raleigh, X. C, Presidonl Raleigh
Banking and Trust Company.
J, lilAVOOD COX, High Point. X. ('.. President Olobc Home
Fund I nre (lompan.t.
If. VV. JACKSON, Raleigh, X. c. Cashier Commercial Xa
H. ('. M'QCKliN. Wilmington, X. ('.. President Murchison
P. I>. GOLD, Jr., Raleigh, X. ('.. first Yiee President and
General Manager Jefferson Standard .Lite Insurance Co.
O FF/CERS :
CIIAS. W. GAM WELL, Resident Actuary
('. I). BliNBOW, Greensboro, X. C. Farmer and Capitalist,
W. Ii. HOLT, Charlotte, X. ('.. < ;?iii?n Manufacturing.
J, ('. IIALKS, Wilson, X. ('.. President Brunch Banking Co
C \V. GOLD, Raleigh, X. ('. Secretary anil Superintendent
Agencies Jefferson Standard l/ifo Insurance Company,
X. II. CA KT I.K. Wall?
I). I). M'C?Lli, Beimeltsvilie, s. C, President Bank of
V/, M. SAX 11 Ii RS, SiaiiliHcld, X. C. President Smith field
VVALKHR TA Y \A ?I? VV i 1 inglon, X. <'.. Insurance.
J, o. lihLINGTON, h'ayellcville, X. C, Vice-President and
Cashier Fourth National Bank.
W. i. IiVliRlitT, Rocking].i, X. C. President Greal Falls
Mahtifacl tiring t Vunpnuy.
CHARLES J. PARKER, Treasurer
ALBERT ANDERSON, Medical Director
THOMAS B. WOMACK, General Counsel
GliO. A. flOLDKRNKSS, Tarboro, X. t\. President First
?J. C. BRASWIihL, R(N;ky Mount, X. (.'.. Pi-osidenl Planters'
?I. M. SflTiRROJ), Wlntaker, X. ('.. Planter and Capitalist.
A. A. slll i-oKi). Hickory, X. C, Presidetil Firsi National
.1. P. SAWYMR, Ashcville, X. ('.. Pro . Battery Park Bank,
K. I*. RANKIX, Gastonia, X. c. Pros'uhjnt Citixens' National
W. T OLD, lili/abclh City, X. c. Cttshier Firsl National
K. (i. JAM Iis. Greenville, X. <\. Pms. First National Bank,
ALBIiRT VNDIiRSON, M. I).. Raleigh, X. C. Medical Direct
lor Jefferson Standard hife Insurance Compnhv.
D. W. COCHRANE, Manager
WESTERN SOUTH CAROLINA
LAUR1CNS, SOUTH CAROLINA.