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THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK RICHARD A. McCURDY, President . .. . . . .. , Is the Oldest Life Insurance Company in America and has the largest Accumulated Fund of any Company in the World. The Greatest Results Accomplished by any Life Insurance Company in the World. Assets Dec. 31st, 1904 . (ftlHl n70 07 I ID In the Sixty-two year of its existence the company (hi I ff yfl I OOP OP VP44U)J 0)0 LID Hoon,nt,l,UI f.,r its policy.hold,r. .'. J) f UD,I U I ,000.00 Policies Issued J For Protection i Investment 4 Church Endowment Life Endowment Gold Bond Annuity Continuous Installment Guaranteed Income Child's Endowmet ' Joint Income : RATES NEVER INCREASE. Your Money Saved IgJUSP-wlth b" vo"". Your rmim or Your Emte Investment Policies Endowment Gold Bond Guaranteed Income 10, 15, or 20 Payments I Church Endowment Socletu ! YOU R CH V KCII. COLLKO K. HOSNTA L 1 AND OTHKIl INSTITUTIONS SIIOIJ) ! HAVE A PERMANENT ENDOWMENT (FUND. You may not feel able to write I your check, an requested, for from 1 ,000 to 110,000 for tins purpose; you may hern late to sign an Endowment note that will compel your family to pay that amount at your death. Send for l.lu-ratitre ol Tht clinroh Eiutowmont Sm-Wly, W. k, WANS, SUto Mkhhkit. KCiiKNR, OKKonN, rntil fit will ft ml Ihnl ty uiMkliiK Miiiill MiintiMl utytmnt, volt rati lu lp to Ktitlnw yMr lii.tlttiilun without mrvMi ! 'ymiinrll mill leave your v.ihIo rlir hi ymir loll. Protection Policies Life Continuous Installment Joint Income 10, 15, or 20 Payments THREE PER CENT GUARANTEED COMPOUND INTEREST GOLD BOND It is the only contract issued by any life insurance company that guarantees any interest whatever on the premiums paid, which is an important point to be re membered. A point of superiority over any endowment policy of other companies lies in the fact that the guaranteed cash value of this bond, including the guaranteed interest at the end of twenty years, at all ages over thirty-four, is more than the face of the bond, and more than the face of any endowment contract, in addition to the the divi dends which will also he paid all in gold. Furthermore, this guaranteed interest is paid with the bond in event of death, still further increasing the value of the contract. This interest, all guaranteed, ranges from three percent, to a total at the end of twenty years at agt thirty-five of over 1380 per thousand, and should death occur during the twentieth or subsequent years $1,380 would be paid as a claim This total guaranteed interest, if left with the policy, is over thirty-five per cent, of nil the premiums paid, which with the anticipated dividend, based on past ex perience, amounting to fifty or sixty per cent, gives h re turn (including surplus) of approximately eightv-five to ninety-five percent, of all premiums paid, with a paid up. participating gold bond bearing future dividends. The compound interest alone is guaranteed to equal over seven annual premiums, ho that it would le possi ble for the insured to nay the last four or live premiums out of his interest without incurring a lien on his policy or disturbing his surplus, which is something impossible under any contract (if any other company. This gold bond dillers from any policy written by this or any other life insurance company in the following es sential particulars: 1st The policy is, by its terms, payable in gold coin. This refers to both the principal sum and the interest. 2d. It guarantees annually, for a specified term of years, three per cent in gold on all premiums previous ly paid. These credits limy' be drawn at the time they are madt- or at any other time, but as long as they are allowed to remain with the Company, they will be in creased by three and one-half per cent, interest, com pounded annually, until the end of the said term, ami. in the event of death of the insured, any such accumu lated credits will lie paid with the sum insured. 3d. At the end of the period during which premiunu payments are required (ten, fifteen or twenty years, an the case may be), the company, if requested, will ex change this bond for a new one for a stipulated, amnoni, payable at the death ol the insured and, in the mean time, drawing three per cent, simple interest annually on its pur value, principal and interest Hiyable in gold coin. The accumulated serplus or dividend will at the same time I hi paid in cash, or it may he aoplied to increase 'the amount of the new three per cent, bond which will also thereafter participate annually in the dividends of the Company. In addition to these features which are peculiar to the gold bood, it also combines all the advantages of the Distribution Policies ol The Mutual Life Insurance Com pany of New York, such as full participation in the sur plus earnings of the Compuny, Cash Surrender and Loan Values, grace in payment of premiums, Automatic Paid up Insurance, etc. Full information retarding this exceedingly opu!ar and attractive combination ol' Investment and Protection for any particular age or amount may be obtained by applying to 'ami Bros., or write the Home Otlice and the matter will have immediate attention. WANN BROS., AGENTS, CON DON, OREGON Three Weeks Before You intend starting for the Lewis and Clark Ex position, step into Stephenson's and him take your measure for a suit of the world famous M. BORN & CO'S Tailor Made Clothing. Fit guar anteed and as to the price, well if you wait until you get to Portland you will pay nearly one-third more for thsame goods. 300 samples with 100 different styles to select from. Don't put it off. Come in today. P. H. STEPHENSON AGENT o0 m 0;oc m TV! m ojocc if.5 YOUR WANTS Can best be supplied from our large stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE which is one of the largest in (iilliam County. flsk, Phone or Write for what uou need KEYS & CUSHING MAYVILLE, OREGON m m m two OK't fry m ;)c PERSONAL FOR SALE. A BARGAIN 160 Acres of A I farm land, 115 acres in grain, 25 acres in Sum mer fallow, 3 acres in orchard rfnd shade trees, 3 acres in poto toes, balance in rye and bunch grass pasture. New 4-room house, granery and all necessary improvements. Will sell with crop and implements or without. 2 miles south of Con don. For price and information see . KARL HABESOHN, Condon, Or. Highest market Price Paid For Forty Fold and Bluestem Wheat Condon Drug Companij High Grade Flour, Graham, Germ Meal and Chop for bale. CONDON FLOURING MILLS A S HOLLEN. Mgr. CONDON, OR. HOME BAKERY A. A. TOWNLEY. PROP. Fresh Bread, Pies, Buns and Cakes every day. FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES. Fruits and vegetables in season. BALLS, PARTIES and BANQUETS Supplied with all kinds of Cakes at reasonable prices. Atrial solicited. Home Phone No. 24. Prescriptions carefully compound day or night. Patent Medicines, Toilet goods etc. We solicit your patronage, and promise to give you our very best attention. R. L. HUNT, Manager. NEW LOCATION - NEW GOODS - RIGHT PRICES Largest and best Line of Tob acco, Cigars, Confectionery, Fruits, Nuts, Pipes, Stationery etc. in the city. JOHN JAdKSON J. W. Smith, the miller, in in Port land this week. Mr Studehaker went to Portland yes terday to vimt the Fair. A. tlxrtniHti Mini sou Hert, will visit tin li( Fair next week. Frank Armstrong In Inline (nun a bus iihhh trip to Seattle, Fred lliiliui expects to leave In a few days lor Wyoming. Jmlire I 'twin mill Andrew (ireinerare in Portland with a i nif lit of lilt hog. It. L limit, of the Condon Drug Co., left Tuesday for Khaniko on a huniuesa trip. Mis IUhiicIi Mcllnllie linn et rnml from r vimt with friemU in OhkIhiuI, CHlifnrniii. Klilttr Kinney U holding nn Inlerepit ing Hi-ricn of meeting!) in the I,. 1). 8. church thin week. W. (i. Keys and his partner, Mr. CiiHhinif, the Mityvillu merchants, were in theeity yetterdsv. Will Davenport la recovering from his recent attsck of rheuiimtimii and will go to Portland next week a a delegate to the 1. O. (). r'. grand lodge. LOCAL BITS Many Condon people are at Portland thin week visiting the Fair. (io to Jackson's confectionery for home made tally. School closed Friday with a pleasant picnic on Thirty mile. Price's confectionery for fine candies, nuts and cigars. East side Main htreet. lie fore buying Millinery visit the Con don Millinery, one door south of Con don Hotel, Noticb kok Skai.kd Hih To he deliv ered to Arlington Lmnher Co., at Con don, 600 cord 10-inch wood. Shoe repairing while you wait at rea sonable' prices. Shoes made to order by experienced workmen and guaranteed to fit. O. W. Propst & Co. A teri-iffic hail storm visited Condon last evening, resulting in considerable damage to windows and roofs. The Summit hotel was damaged to the ex tent of several bundled dollars. Hail stones measuring 8 inches around fell and corrugated iron roofing was punctur ed and mined. It is feared the Fall wheat may be seriously damaged.