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TO BE FAITHFUL
Is the motto of the Management of the well known Firm of John Y. Qarlington & Co. To serve all interests impartially.
To tre?t all parties with consistent candor. To sell policies of pronounced liberality. To make all settlements on contracts issued
through their office with the utmost promptness. To sum up?be fair in all dealings.
These are mere words?our actions speak for themselves. We are in receipt of the following letter from the Home office. It is
the best pledge we can give of our confidence in the stability and integrity of this solid old company.
POST OFFICE SQUARE,
C&V&Mj February 26, 1904.
Messrs. J. Y. Garlington & Co.,
Laurens, S. C.
We have the pleasure of advising you -that "the application of Mr. J. Y.
Garlington for $5,000.00 on the 20 Payment Life form has been approved, and
the policy issued thereon will go forward by mail to-day.
This action on your part should convince your friends and clients that
the old New England Mutual and its contracts are everything which you
represent them to be, and that in negotiating with them for the sale of these
desirable contracts your representations are fully confirmed by the action re
ferred to above.
LT. F. APPEL,
Superintendent of Agencies.
Policy plain and simple?no words wasted. All policies participate in dividends. All policies non-forfeitable for non-payment
of premiums after the Third. All policies backed by the riassachusetts Insurance Laws, which are admitted by all as the best.
Never overlook the New England when insuring. Honest capable Agents can always have employment with us.
JOHN Y. GARLINGTON & CO.,
Laurens, 5. C.