December 31, 1919, the directors owned $290.500, par value, of the capital stock then outstanding.
lts expense of management has been moderate and its loss ratio is low. A good underwriting profit was made in 1918 and 1919.
It bears a good reputation for loss settlements.
Class of Business Written.— Fire insurance.
Territory.— It is licensed in Ga., Ill., La., Mass., Mich., N. Y., N. C., O., Pa., S. C. and Tex.
Officers.— President, I. C. Strauss; vice-presidents,
D. Moise and Neill O'Donnell; treasurer. G. A. Lemmon; secretary and manager, P. Moses; assistant secretaries,
L. Browne and W. W. _McIver; assistant treasurer, S. C. Roper.
Barnett, H. D., banker and merchant.
Ilarby, H. J., retired capitalist.
I.emmon, G. A., president City National Bank,
Manning. Hon. R. I., ex-Governor of South Carolina. Moise. D. D., lawyer, member firm of Lee & Moise. Moses. P., insurance.
O'Donnell, Neill, president First National Bank.
Phelps, A. C., manager Harbv & Co., cotton exporters. Rowland. C. G., president National Bank of So. Carolina. Sibert, W. W., wholesale and retail druggist.
Strauss. I. C., president Sumter Trust Company. Stockholders' Annual Sheeting.— Last Tuesday in January.
Gross premiums written $1, 142, 037 73
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