Farmers Get check For Loss

June 28, 1917

Those Who Carried Insurance On Their Crops Practically Reimbursed

Farmers sustaining loss in their crops in the recent hail storm and who carried insurance on their crops, have received checks for the amount due them from the insurance company, through the agency of T. M. Anderson. The total number of claims were thirty with a total of $17,368,95

This does not by any means cover the damage to the crops and buildings inflicted on the farmers in this vicinity, as a great many carried no insurance at all, nor does it by any means begin to cover the loss of the insured. Those who were protected are:

W. I. Hammond – $1,625.00

Lee O. Warfield – $1,400.00

Wade H. D. Warfield – $1,125.00

F. J. Brandenburg – $1,125.00

John T. Cauthorn – $1,100.00

Jonathan Dorsey – $1,012.50

Wm. A. Frazier – $912.50

Harry C. Dorsey – $698.75

Samuel S. Belt – $651.00

Geo. W. Arrington – $625.00

C. E. Horman – $512.50

Daniel H. Arrington – $500.00

Arthur Zepp – $497.50

H. B. Bennett – $495.00

George A. Brown – $487.50

O. R. Streaker – $475.00

S. T. Harding – $475.00

Howard Warfield – $457.50

Clarence A. Buckingham – $437.50

Thomas A. Harrison – $375.00

W. L. Hawkins – $312.50

John H. Hammond – $312.50

Clarence A. Brown – $264.00

James M. Gaither – $250.00

Joshua Trayer – $250.00

John T. Ridgely – $216.00

Thomas A. Thompson – $210.00

Basil Dorsey – $200.00

James W. Thomas – $166.00

George A. Thomas – $65.00

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