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THE PACIFIC MUTUAL
Life Insurance Cnmpany of California
Organized 1868 on "Old Line" Plan.
Read what one who is recognized au
thority on the subject, has to say: "Of
late the magazines and daily papers
have had much to say by way of criti
cism of certain Life Insurance Compa
nies, and especially with regard to the
Legal Organization of such Companies,
and of the manner of their control.
These CRITICISMS do not apply to
The Pacific Mutual, but DEMON
STRATE the Truth of the Assertion
that 'for POLICY-HOLDERS The
Pacific Mutual has the BEST Legal
organization." It is not controlled by
ONE or Two men, having no pecuniary
interest or responsibility save as policy
holders, or recipients of salary; But it
is contro'led by a BOARD of fifteen
Directors, not mere dummies, but Stock
holders in their own right, holding a
large amount of the Company's stock,
and Policyholners as well. The Direc
tors of the Company are men of high
Financial and Commercial standing, and
are by LAW made RESPONSIBLE for
the acts of the Officers of the CORPO
"The Company has a capital stock of
$500,000 Fully paid up in GOLD coin,
but while this Capital and the Stock
holders' responsibility afford to Policy
holders the GREATEST possible Secur
ity, it Costs participating Policyholders
NOTHING, but every dollar paid into
the Company by them and the ACCU
MULATION thereon, is applied to
their BENEFIT. There is no Other
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY trans
acting business in America whose Pol
icyholders, by Legal enactment, are so
Safe-guarded as are the Policyholders
of The Pacific Mutual."
cU on or write to me,
Genl. Agt. for S. C..
Newberry, S. C.
Office over Post Office.
2car loads of
1 car load of
and alot of up
to-date and first
All to be had at
REASONABLE PRICES at
A T. BROWN.
Dr. R. M. Kennedy,
Newberry, - - S. C.
OVER NATIONAL BANK.
Best Mineral As
C. H. CANNON,
Near C., N. & L. Depot
Consider The Rye.
John A. Moroso in Richmond News
My son, if thou desirest the real
straight talk, hearken to these words
for they are begotten by experience
and he that writeth driveth the
sprinkler these days.
For is it not wri:ten that we shall
not hide the light of our noses under
a bushel lest we suffocate? There
fore him that followeth after the rosy
(wine) in moderation, breatheth easy
in his old age and his beak astoundeth
.loo the children of the fathers when
he goeth into the highways.
But, my son, if thou followest after
the i 'sy with a thirst that reacheth
down to thy heels and thou persuad
est thyself that is thy duty to keep
up with the output of them that make
booze, then shalt thou become a light
house amid thy possessions and a
beak-on for the tank ships.
Consider then the Rye. It waveth
in the field and is cut down and
crushed. It cometh forth in bottles,
the sons of men absorb it, and the
sons of men wave even as did the
crop in the fields.
And after the bloom has been upon
the Rye, it disappearth and reappear
eth -again, even as many men have
testified without speaking.
If thou hearest the pounding of ice
wrapped in an old towel of linen and
thou ieest thine friend gathering the
herb that is called mint, make thyself
comfortable in a large chair and con
thy book diligently.
But when there is the sound of a
tinkii:., and a fragrance in the air,
my son, look up and examine thy
Say to thyself: Can I take one of
these, even one, and crawl back on
Thine heart will tell thee truly, my
son, but if thou liest to thyself and
crawl down and take two, then shalt
thou go the way of the weak and the
For it is written by the ancient
Sirach, in a book of great wisdom,
that juleps drunk in gladness and
measurably drunk, are life to a man,
but he that caileth for more, even
crying as did Oliver of the surname
Twist, he shall be missing from the
banquet photograph, for cameras
take not scenes beneath the table as
well as above.
Hearken ye and pause ye in your
primpings and preenings, for there is
wisdom in him that quits bediking to
listen to advice. Hearken then to the
message of the Rye!
It springeth up and beautifieth the
valleys. It swayeth in the gentle
breezes. It absorbeth the dew of
night and the June showers. It
ca:cheth up the tears of May and
seepeth in the sunshine and the moon
shine finally captureth it.
It is full of beauty and strength,
and it refreshes the eye and lightens
the heart, but when it cometh winking
at thee in a glass, my son, I beseech
thee to touch it lightly. For if thou
stickest with it until far in the night,
then shalt thou awake with a dead
Thou shalt cry out for water from
the well and yearn for much water
that is cold. Thine eyes shall be red
and thy brain at the point of boiling.
Thou shalt be as the aspen leaf and
thy fall to earth shall be an early one.
And when thy fall comes the sons
of the fathers shall gather in the
streets and cry: Behold there goes a
shooting star; ~ior the light thou cans't
not hide beneath a bushel will make
one final flare in thine passing and
thou wilt depart with a mocking
A Way We've All Got.
John Bunker had grown old. He
was not "up" to much, except to sit
by the fireside and doze. But John
hlimnself thought differently, says an
exchange. He was a man of ideas.
One morning he laid down the
newspaper with a t.houghtful look ont
his face. Mrs. Bunker was absent,
and the opportunity was favorable
fir ietting loose a new idea upon his
"I have been reading,"said he,
"of a woman that was kind o' famous
amongst her neighbors for being lev..
el minded and quick to see into
things. They used to go to her for
information and advice of all sorts
what to do when the chimney smok
ed and how to keep Brother Bill from
Make Your Own
There has just been placed in all the grocery
stores, a new preparation called
which is meeting with great favor, as it enables
everyone to make ice cream in their own home with
ing two quarts of delicious ice cream. If your grocer
can't supply you send 25c. for two pkgs. by mail. Van
illa,Chocolate, Strawberry and Unflavored. Address,
The Genesee Pure Food Co., Box 295, Le Roy, N.Y.
break it to the landlord that the rent
money woildn't be ready till week
after next, and-and more queer ques
tions than you could shake a stick at.
By-an'-by outsiders heard of it and
began to bring her their troubles so
many of 'em that she had to charge
a shilling a head for giving advice;
and at last accounts she was pop'lar
and respectd, and getting rich.
"Now, you see, in that little para
graph there's an idea hove out that a
good many might profit by. Say
som man that's got judgment and
had experience-me, for instance
was to sort o' set up as a-a general'
adviser. There's not a day goes by
but people miss chances, or run
their necks into nooses, from sheer
ignorance and want of somebody to
tell 'em what to do. Think of the
benefit I could be to 'em.
"I tell you it would be a profitable
profession, too, after a man got a
start at it," added Mr. Bunker, warm
ing to his theme. "A shilling's worth
of advice don't sound much-there's
nobody would begrudge twelve pen
nies for being told what to do when
he was at a standstill, as you might
say-but the pounds would count up.
And once a man's reputation spread,
and he had regular customers fetch
ing their .roubles to him-"
But at that Mr. Bunker stopped
short. Mrs. Bunker entered, some
what noisily and with a rush, as her
habit was, and seemed even less at
ease than common. She dropped into
a chair and farned herself violently
for a moment.
"John," she said, "what do you
think? That old yellow hen is sitting
again! I'd give five shillings out of
my own money to anybody that'll tell
me how to break up her nest so it'll
stay broke up!"
Mr. Bunker started, flushed, and
cast a shamefaced glance toward his
daughter. Happily, slhe did not speak
or look in his direction. Yet it was
some time before he could command
himself to reply:
"I-I wish I knew how to help ye,
Sarah," he said, speaking low and
Special Rates Via A. C. L.
Special train service and through
Pullman cars wil.l be operated from
convient points. For other informa
tion see the agent, or consult "The
Confederate Veteran's Reunion-~
Louisville, Ky., June 14 to 16, 1905.
One cent per mile for distance trav
eled, plus 25 cents. Rate from New
berry, S. C., $10.95 via Atlanta for
the round trip. Tickets on sale June
12 to 15, with final limit June 19. Ex
tension of final limit to July io, may
be obtained by depositing tickets with
Joint Agent, Louisville, and payment
of -fee of 50 cents on each ticket.
Whightsville Beach, N. C.-On ac
count of Summer School, June 15 to
21, 19o5. Tickets to Wilmington, N.
C., will be sold June 14, to 17, with
final limit June 24, for one first class
fare, plus 25 cents, for the round trip.
Rate from Newberry to Wilmington,
N. C., and return, $7.33.
For any other information write H.
M. Emerson, rraffic Manager, or W.
J. Craig, General Passenger Agent,
Wilmington, N. C.
An almost sure way not to get di
vorced is not to get married.
Notice is hereby given that I will
be at Chappelis. S. C., on the 15th day
of June, 19'J5, at ten o'clock in thel
forenoon, for the purpose of letting
out to the lowest bidder the contract
for thec making of certain repairs on
Ithe bridge at that place accorUing :o
the plans and specifications to be ex.
hibited at that time.
J. Munroe Wicker,
Fred. H. Dominick,
Nwmberry, S. C. June oth 1905.
We wish to call your a
Spring and Summer Go
A dollar expended with us will do
We offer the trade our best efforts
best. The prices the lowest for the t
We offer some dainty Mercerized \
in price from ioc. to soc. yd.
We have nice line Knickerbock Su
Dimities, Ducks, DeLaines and other
are dreams for waists or dresses Sp
Riverside Plaids, Southern Silks, Ch4
Our Shoes are built to wear. Our
sell Groceries. Get prices and see st:
S. S. Bil
Whenever you start out on a sh
* This plan will save you many
? time. If we haven't just what:
We shall not urge you to buy, b
goods as soon as you can. It w
every way to make selections be
+ MAYES' DR1
AIR - LINE -
Two Daily Pullman Ves
Between SOUTH ar
The Best Rates and Rot
Via Richmond and V~
Norfolk and .Steam
Louis, Chicago, Ne'
Points South and Souths
and Jacksonville and
POSSITIVELy THE SHOFi
WFor detailed Information
man reservations, etc., app2
board Air Line Railway, or J
Passenger Agent, Columbia,
C. F. STEWART, A
W. L BURROUGIS, Tray.
THE SOUTH'S GREA TEST SY:
UNEXCELLED DINING CAR S
WINTER TOURIsI's' RATES
For full information as to rates, rot
R1ilway Ticket Agent, or
R. W. HUNT.
ttention to our line of
double -duty. Try it.
in selections. The styles are the
Vaistings, Skirtings, &c., ranging:
itings, Brousse Stripes, Callalettes,
dress goods. Our Tussoh Silks.
ring and Summer Prints 5c. yd..
!viots, Cottonades, &c.
men's Shirts are beauties. We:
yles. Yours anxious to please,
Lty, S. C
N AND SEE
opping tout come here first. "
unnecessary steps and much &
rou want then look elsewhere. *
at we do wish you to see our
ill be to your advantage in
fore the final rush begins.
- EAST -- WEST.
tibuled Limited Trains
id NEW YORK.
G CAR SERVICE.
ite co all Eastern Cities
Vashington, or via
s, Louisville, St.
N Orleans, and All
all points in Florida
:rES'T LINE BETWEEN
rates, schedules, Pull
r to any agent of The Sea
os. W. Stewart, Traveling
Pass. Agt. Columbia S C
NG CARS ON ALL THROUGE
Si ALL LOCAL TRAINS.
ire now in effect to all Floridat
ites, etc.; consult nearest South ern
Division Passenger Agent,
Charleston. S. C..