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PACIFIC MUTUAL I
ts peculiar LEGAL organizl
rance Compauy in America,
Greatest GLarantees written i
y at less cost. Its non-partici
pany doing business in this st
he following are the RATES
e. Whole Life 20 Payment Li
20 $14.65 $22.60
.21 15 00 22.95
22 15.35 23.30
23 15.70 23.70
"24 16.05 24.10
25 1645 24.55
26 1685 25 00
27 17,30 25.45
28 17.75 2590
29 1825 26.40
30 18.75 2695
31 19.25 27.50
32 19.80 28.05
33 20.40 2860
34 21.05 29.20
35 21.70 2985
36 22.40 3050
37 23.15 31.20
38 23.90 31.95
39 24.75 32.70
40 25.60 33.50
41 25.55 34.35
42 27.55 . 35.25
Call to see us. R(
Office over Post Office. .
Capital stock paid in
Surplus . .
We do business on i
We extend .every c
-with safe and sound k
Feur per cent, paid
A firm that has alwa
This Fall we have a
MillInery, Shoes and (
ing at prices that we i
See the Women' sDi
at $1.350, every pairw<
to be solid leather.
MVen's Suits from $f
not be equalled.
Also abig line of IV
Hats, in the right she
are selling at $1300 ar
twice the price.
This department ha
that we could have lot
awake Milliners we ai
on the road all the tirr
ment. Everything ne
mings can be found h
Come to see us, it w
get our prices before 1
Yours to pleas
IFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ton makes it the STRONGEST Lik
It is nearly 40 years old. It gives
n the Policies of any Insurance Com
pating rates are LESS than any otheT
per $r,ooo on NON-PARTICIPAT
fe. Age. Whole Life 20 Payment Life.
43 28.60 36.20
.44 29.70 3720
45 3090 3825
46 3215 3925
47 33.50 40.50
48 34-95 4175
49 36.50 43.10
50 3815 4450
1 3990 4600
52 41.75 47.60
53 43.75 4930
54 45.85 51.15
55 4810 53.10
56 50 50 ,5.20
57 53.10 57.45
58 55.85 59.85
59 5880 6245
60 6195 65.25
61 6530 68.16
62 68.92 71.45
63 7380 7495
64 7835 7876
65 81.50 83.20
)BERT NORRIS, Gen'l Agt.,
Newberry, S. C.
rry, S. C.
. . $ 50,000.00
. . 235,000.00
on deposits in Savings
Fire Proof Vault.
.J. E. NOR WOOD,
RU N T'S
iys carried good reliable
fine line of Dry Goods,
othing that we are sell
-ess Shoes we are selling
rth $2-00. Guaranteed
i.0 to $12.00 that can
len's and Young Men's
ipes and styles, that we
d $1.50, worth almost
s far exceeded anything
ked for.7 With two wide
e forced to keep orders
ie to supDly this depart
w in Shapes and Trirn
ill be to your interest fo
Mr. Joel E. Brunson Tells of the Re
cent Conferences and their Re
To the Editor of the State:
Kindly give me space in your paper
lo answer the inquiries of prohibition
ists in different parts of the state as
to "Where we are at" and "What we
It will be remembered that the- first
conference was held June 15, and in
this conference there was a resolution
adopted, as offered by Mr. Bris-cow,
asking a state conference of prohi
bitionists and a committee -to arranze
for and call the same-even going so
far as to fix the representation and
name the temporary officers for its
organization. About Thirty members
of the committee were appointed, and
Nough incomplete, it was called to
,et in Columbia, October 26th. In
:e meantime, October 2nd, a small
:mber of the members of the com
mictee, with a few outsiders, held a
caucus in Columbia and, as well as
I can learn, declared in favor of nom
inating a state ticket on a prohibi
tion-license platform. When the time
for the committee to hold its 1ieeting
(October 26th) arrived there were
only about 12 members present and
Mr. Featherstone's resolution "that
it would be unwise to put in the field
a state prohibition ticket" was adopt
It is not in good tasEe to discuss
the action of the committee, and yet
the prohibitionists who ordered the
committee to arrange for and call the
state convention have the right to
know why it was not done. There
were two reasons. lIhose members
of the committee who came from
counties which had voted out the dis
pensary, or hoped to do soon, saw no
necessity for any further action on the
part of the committee, though urged
by the member from Charleston to
take steps looking to the organization
of the state, and voted against it. And
it is natural 'to suppose as the other
reason those members that -had par
ticipated in the October 2nd caucus
and tried to nominate a ticket on the
license-prohibition platform did not
wish tro have a state ticket in con
flict with their own.
It remiains to be seen whether the
prohibitionists will make further e-f
fort to hold a state convention and
make their own nominations or not,
but of this one thing, I am satisfied,
they can easily send the license can
didate to defeat. The man elected
will be either a clean prohibitionist or
Joel E. Brunson.
Minmnaugh's dreat Sale.
On December 2, at 9 a. in., Mum
naugh will begin the greatest sale tha't
even- he has yet .attempted, an'd the
Newberry buying public know how
xany successful sales he .has conduct
ed. $6o,ooo worth of dry goods, emil
linery, clothing, shoes and 'hats will be
sold at less than cost of production.
The sale will continue 'during ten days.
Minaugh :has *made great preparaL
tion for thi-s, his greatest bargain sale.
And 'he will be ready for the crowds
on trhe morning of December 2. Dur
ing this sale he "will sell goods for
Colored dress goods, black dress
goods, ta!ble linen and towels, silks,
millinery, 'and, in fact, everything in
the line of 'a big department store
sch as is Mimnaugh's will be placed
on sale at the very low prices which
M irestos ali Weterl Caroliin R.
(schedule in Effect April I6, I905.)
'No. 52. Daily.
Lv. Newberry.............12.36 p. m.
Ar. Laurens ....-.... ..~.I-So p.mi
No. 2. Daily.
Lv. Laurens.............. .I-5 p. mn.
Ar. Greenwod... .......2.46 p. mi.
Ar. Augusta.............. '5.20 p. mi.
Ar. Anderson...........- 7.10 p. mn.
No. 42. Daily.I
Lv. Augusta.............. .-.... .. 2.35 p. mn.
Ar. A1endale.................-..---. 4 30 p. mn.
Ar. Fairfax...... ....... .------- 441 p. mn.
Ar. Charleston.-.--........ ..------ 740 p. mn.
r. Beauf ort.................--... . .... b-3o p. mn
r. Port RC.yal.. .. .......... . .... ... 6 .40 p. 1m
Ar. Savannah............... ..---.. 6.45 p. m
Ar. Waycross. ....... .........----. 10.00 p. In.
Ar. Jacksonville.. ........ -----. ----- -------
No. I. Daily.
Lv. Laurens...........--. --.-- 2.07 p. mn
Ar. Spartanburg.............---..3.20 p. mn
No. 52. No. 87.
Daily. Er. Sun.
Lv. Laurenls............. 2.09 p. mn. 8.oo a.m.
Ar. Greenville......--- 3.25 p. m. 1o.20 a. 22
12th Car, Making
Although Flour advanced w
tomers the same c
Best Patent, Cotton, -
Best Half Patent, Cotton,
While we are doing the F
are also leading in Dry Goo
ing, Millinery, &c., &c. W
goods, carefully selected
Baltimore, and want everyi
see for themselves and be
are headquarters and the pi
all kinds goods at very bot
pay $40.00 for Sewing Mac]
Rrop head $17.93, guaranti
igh tone, 12 stop Organ $51
Choice Western Seed Oat
Thousands of bargains in
Almost impossible to menti(
tHE SOUTH'S GRBA
Through Pullman S
on All Througt
~~ Local Tra
Winter Tourist Rat(
effect to all Flori
Routes, Etc., cons
Brooks Morgan, R.
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, I
AIR -LINE -FE
NORTH -SOUTH* -I
Two Daily Pullman Vestibul
Between SOUTH and
,The Best Rates and Route
Via Richmond and Was
Norfolk and Steamers.
Nashville, Memphis, I
Louis, Chicago, New C
Points South and Southwest
,and Jacksonville and all p
PoSITIVELy THE SHORTEST
5s-For detailed information, rat
man reservations, etc., appiy to a
board Air Line Railway, or Jos. V
Passenger Agent, Columbia, S. C
C. F. STEWART, AsstJ
W. L BURROUGHS, Tray. Pas
e hold for our cus
-~ - $5.25
lour business, we
ds, Notions, Cloth
e are brim full of
in New York and
3ody to come and
convinced that we
roper place to buy
tom prices. Why
Ane? We sell good
ed; good Walnut
s, sacked 55 cents.
our immense line.
)n them all.
ules on All
as are now in
as to Rates,
)ivision Pass. Agent,
Charleston, S. C.
'AST -* WEST.
ed Limited Trains
3 all Eastern Cities
hington, or via
rleans, and All
:ints in Florida
es, schedules, Pull
ny agent of The Sea
1. Stewart, Traveling
len1. Pass. Agt.,
t. Agt olumbia S