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$4to,ooo,ooo of its stockholders' pri
Find for evdry policy holder of this
profit from what policy holders pay i
It' is 40 years old. It has over $i
the most liberal policies of any Lite C
mnore cash and ihore paid up .Insuran<
largest dividends of any. com pany. doi
Call to see us.
Office over old Post Office.
Arethe ones who sit down at
They out this and that together a
don't bite at all "Bargain Ad" P1
"We give such
They know that they save nickle
article they buy from us. No ot
pared or financially. able to give )
money than we are. It actually
a double-seated carriage and a o
all the goods that a farmer boug
We have thousands of bargains i
only mention here a very few.
500 pairs Pants, not a single pa
$ .50, our price* 92c. pair.
300 pairs Knee Pants, every pal
250 Men's Suits, not a Suit in th
our price $4.98.
100 Boys' Suit's, not a suit in t1
our price 89c.
DRESS GOODS.-Here's wher
back. - Don't buy a single yard o:
Worsteds, Woolens Outings, etc
Come, if you don't buy it will post you 4r
I,0 0 yards Outing going at 4c yard.
SHOESI SHOES.-We have the Shoes, y
money, you want the Shoes-Going at 1
Come before you buy We have little t
the time to dispose of goods for lesA than
SPECIAL-10 yds. 40 in. heavy White H<
We Me80 1m
Best Stoe a
t.C oFa s s
AoeI Faslitn Il
- sales will take care of
'" THE S,8.I
Yes, we have the best line of
hown in Prosperity. We have a
Post Cards and Toilet Articles a
We sell other goods also,
Yours for more bu
Besides Assets of t
Mutual Life" is the
vate fortunes is, by the State Law
,om.pany. Stockholders, according
>.ooo,ooo of business in force in 40 i
'ompany. It writes all forms of pol
6at end of premium paying peric
ng business in South Carolina.
use Keeners r
id consider things carefully.
nd draw conclus'ons. They
ins at Ic. paper, Towels 5c. 'I
3, dimes and dollars on every j
her merchant is better pre
rou "greater values" for your i,
required a two-horse wagon, y
rie-horse buggy to carry off 1
it from us last week for $100.
n every department. We can
r in the lot worth less than- .
r worth 50c, our price 23c. pr.
e lot worth less than $7.50,
ie lot worth less than $2.50,
e we rip competition up the a
your Brilliantines, Henriettas,
until you have seen our line. I
d save you many dollars.
)U've got the money, we want the t
ime to write advertisements, but all
all the rest.
The Fair and Square Dealer.
>mespun at only 59c.
nd Furniturn I
e l ge ror,
,. IGE C
>f California, a guaranteed Safety
to Law and Charter, derive no
tates and Territories. It writes
icies. It guarantees in the policy
d than any company. It pays
-en Agt. for South Carolina.
'UNERAL OF MRS. V. D. YOUNG.
a the Death of Editor of The Fairfax
Enterprise the State Press Sus
tains a Distinct Loss.
Fairfax, Nov. 4.-Mrs. Virginia D.
'oin who died Friday afternoon,
'as buried in the cemetery at the
!aptist ehureh just out of the town
mits here yesterday afterinoonl.
Mirs. Young was takei witi a chill
ist Sunday mornling and although
r. Young, practicaill1y gave iu) his
ractice so as lo give his elitire at
mition to her le did not thiink her
atse was serimis until Wednesday
'hen he discovered that she had con
'aet ed pneumonia. She grew rapid
worse from tfhen until the end came.
Mrs. Virginli I1:Rant Young,
u er' of' C(.l. Dura11n, was bo1rn
ndo r.r.1d in l i n coutily. this
k:lo. 41). 1ir,t m i ed1,1.ic( a I r. Cov
1 111 and tile couile weit tic Missis
ippi to live. ilut after. th,eY haI been
iere a few years Mr. Covington died
id Mrs. Covington came back to her
ative State. In 1879 or early in
SS0 she visited Mrs. Dr. W. T. Bree
md, her college classmate, wio lived
few miles froim this place, and while
liere Dr. Williim .1. Young met lier.
'he result was that they soon became
mnd of each otlier and were married
a December, 18S0. The tender love
letween them was as strong as a
nother's affection for her babe; and
his feeling never abated.
Dr. and Mrs. Young have lived lap
ui1 in their spletdid home here foi
! yea.s. hut hoti (if them ha1ve been
-ery busy duril hat time. The for
ner's practice grew to be so larg
hat he has had scarcely any time foi
est or. recreatifion. In the meantime
is wife besides looking after her do
nestie affairs, has been busy witl
ler pen. She was the author of sev,
ral books, ''Beholding as in t
iass.'' ''A Tower in the Desert,"
nd ''The Bilte Iien's Chickens.'' Be
ides these slh' wrotle many in fest
ng niewspaiper' andl magazine aritciles.
;he was also an eloquent speaker and
vasl pr'obably the foremost woman'
i~s womann in the South. She visit
Trs. ereven i The .t at fwyer
-: \adc e ly by2c \l t. I i za '2
m e nc teir '. b,i ft 11 i f VFII
aeied to wr bllit whai ct avc hcn
BYTc KICK OFx MULE.'
Lanes Nov i-. Dr.i I1 .CN
cliithemos isuccesl iphsiici ull
*i' thei uny ndaveea o h
l,pt.i W'c. N. runnuand, M ' anihbcr.
c'ar Lanforid, in a very'~ precriouci
mdccit icon, the result, of a kick on thce
'ndc bv a1 mule Fr'tiday' about nicon.
ri. Co'x was st rack ,iust above .thecc
ve an id it2 is l ad the skuill1 is fracturii
I. llis conidit ion is scc serious that1
e ('annioit 1)1 remoil'ved to h is home ini
Ie sameW .onmmcuity. iIe is niow pa2st
0 and his family and friends are
mech 'on1c'Iene ab)out his condition.
The acienit occurrledl ini Capt.
lltrummndc 's lot where'( a n('gro was at -
'mt.~ting to( hiemnd ( br1idIClei an1obstre
eronls tui. TiheC (1octrci halpp)ene(d to
e sin.. )c n:. ecr anonmcvh to thue anima2l
1 cate(11 tic' full bIr(e oif the kieik
-h4ieh knccked I ha dccwni andc rendle
cd him hllelss jad semii-co.cI(iccnl'
Its peculiar legal organization
40 years old, It gives the greatc
cost. Its non-participating ratet
lowing are the rates per $1,ooo
WHIOL)t 20 PAYMI1
A G)? L411M. LIPA.,
20 $14 65 $22 6o
21 i5 00 22 95
22 15 35 22 30
23 15 70 23 70
24 16 o5 24 10
25 1645 2455
26 16 85 25 00
27 17 30 25 45
28 17 75 25 90
29 18 25 2640
30 18 75 26 95
31 19 25 2750
32 19 84 28 05
33 20 40 28 60
34 21 05 29 20
The Correct Version.
Tle Mmiontgomiiery Advertiser :
1111dertaken to) quote wat The 1i
m114nd( TimOs-Dispamch cor-rectdy elh
:t-h-rizes as "a solfuhl smn- that I
llfe vaittps 1.11vy[h gr,
and t1hus pies it up:
"As I went tip lie new-cut road,
She came down the laie;
I met. her at tihe vorner
Says I, 'Git along, 1,iza Jane.
Il(11n ohis The Times.-Dispateli
ma wiks, wit justifiable indignatiol
" If, tle Advertier had eonfinied
ruinarks to leg-itimate eriiieism,
shIld have kept out. But it (I
ilt) quotations and Ilars a clas
we shou(ii- 1 11 un1tue to tlie Soutih u
Sithliern traditions and Souti
Will soon b
IVWANT TO S
I have becn in the businem
Scud me an order anid let me prove
My prices are as low as g
mleet the co0mpetition of unscrupulol
I ami doi
: Mutual Life Insuranc
makes it the strongest Life Insurance C
'st guarantees written in the Policies of
are less than any other company doinj
)n non-participating plans.
IT WHOLN 20 PAVMENT
AV,C L 1it. LMPH,
35- 21 70 29 85
56 22 40 3050
3 23 15 31 20
3 23 90 31 95
39 24 75 32 70
40 25 00 33 50
41 2655 3435
42 2755 35 25
43 2t 60 36 20
44 2970 3 20
45 3090 3 25
46 32 15 3935
47 32 50 4050
48 3495 41 75
49 36 50 43 10
poetry and poets and song-writers, if
ms we held 0111 pecae. The song which
".h- lle Advertiser. pretends to quote is
a- s follows:
is " wenit up tle new-clit. road,
mlI She eomm, down (lhe hlne;
I axed Liza ane o I a irry me;
She axed me wan't I shame.
I tiur-ned my back uponl her side
0, g' long, Lize Jane.'
I'he Charlotte Observer knows
re- that we cinote corr-ectly %f or, it' WQ
1: mistaike no4t1, the song is of, the Caro
its lin origu-iln. The Advei'riser imissed it
we awfu,1ly and inl its (.111lumS' versionl it.
>ps has destroyed both the Imletre and the
ie, r*oIlan(,e. II jus(ice to the sweet sill
mnd ger o Carolina, we hope The Adver
rn I tiser will prinit the soi_ ins it was
at hand and wE
3rket with the go
00 A! CHA
ELL YOU SOME ]
a long time, and am a good judlge or wihis
>od wvhlskey can be sold1 for'. When It bCc<
is decalers, I'll retire.
ng business on thec square, anld won't have y
age, but secure you the lowest p)ossible rate.
s arc as low as you enni expect to pay for reli
tip All O'de,'s~. It Iatii, [Nacicue
West Point Speclil Rye. Our Leadi
sylvania R yo .............
Monodram Itye-Absolutely pure
Victor Rye- Exccptionall y gootd..,
PrIvate Stock Cor (7 yearn old), n.
Iwnperial Corn--Suporior qjuality.
.. ~~ly f or medicinal uIso....
Mountain Corn-Absolutely pure
Sweet Maah Corn.................
Theso Brands are Pure a
Ask for my Complete Catalog.
B. EHIRLICH. Pr='r
onpany in America. It i.s nearly
any Insurance Company at less.
business in this section. The fol.
WH1041 20 PAYMPUNT
AGHC IFpl. LFC
so 38 15 44 50
51 39 90. 46oo
52 41 75 47 60
53 43 75 49 30
54 45 85 51 i5
55 48 O 53 10
56 S50 55 20
53 10 57 45
5 5 9 80 62 45
60 61 95 65 25
61 65 30 68 t6
62 68 27145
63 73 74 95
64 78 35 78 76
wrote. It is a gem which we wonder
The Calrlotte Observer has not pre
viously flashed at TIhel( Norf'olk Land
Our Rieliihoo t C mtill porary ib
<p11ite crdinl its reecdllectionl that
this smng is of( Carolina ori-in and
<pw1toes it as it was orill-inally wrote.
We thank it for reseitinig. its emuascul
ation by The Montiomlery Advertisor.
As for Thie Norfolk Landmark, it has
no apprieciation (f North Carolina
geliuls. We are tired laboring with it.
Whait his eointry nieeds is a politi
Cal parly without ally polities ill it.
A figuire of spoecth (oesl't cut
iteh, of a ri.uire witi the tailor-mado
are still in the
rey. Everyvtimu: I sell is; g(ood alnd puri e.
>mles nceCsary' to offer cheapI mi xt'ae toC 4
ourt orders 01n anty other bacsis. I do not
Ir-A pure old Penn- Quar llQas alo
.......................... 1.00 .
...... .......... ............ .7
ste bet ter ............. 1.00414.
........................... .7 G 3 2 3
. .75 2.(0
rad Good, Ago and QuaHIty gove'rn Price.
Remit by Moneoy Order or Reis'tered Letter,
i . MAOIISON Avi: . rIMg