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SUNDAY MORNiKO.
j --SHIRTS-
An Immense Line of
$l.OO Colored Negligee
shirts
Just ia. Also the
Hanhattan
sl.soand $2.00. Cuffs Attached and Detached
Every Lady Invited
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to come in and get her correct weight. (
We have put in a pair of Fairbanks '
scales for the convenience of our cus
tomers, and would be glad for you
to use them. ji
W. J. BUTT , Druggist
Agent for Huyle-a* Candies.
N_ Ji.ist Cct in the Push and Follow the
You will ho phnisod with the way
not convenient to come, telephone
HUNTKR’S Pharmacy
Sale of Mil linery Goods.
Having leased my store from June Isl. to MORGAN DRUG STOUR, I
will sell my enliro stock, consisting of • * u **' ii! &Hi
MiilineryGoods, Show Cases,
Fixtures, Etc.
in l;.ta to dealers nt n sacrifice. Call ami examine. Must be disposed of
t. v. *.
M E.S.B. EARLE’
111'. 0. <3. Green. of Woodbury, Now
Jersey, solo nianiifurtiirer of Green's
August Flower and llosolioo's Qermau
Syrup, whose advertisement appears
in our paper regularly, will send to
any one mailing a tvo rent stamp
to pay pos!a 'o, one of liis 'new Ger
man Syrup and August Flower puzzles,
made of wood and glass. It amuses
ami perplexes young and old. Al
though very ditlleull, it ran Ire mas
tereil. Mention this paper.
To Keep Moths Out of Your winter
clothes, have them thoroughly cleaned
and pressed by .Tim Carter before pitt
ing I Item away.
JUST RECEIVED
A now lino of the following:
Embroided Dot s k Mnil. in all tko * w shades A iso a hatt Dome line of \Vhito and Black
Silk Mits in elbow lengths
Ladies and childrens wui’o huso for summer wear. Anew swell line of
Ladies’ Walking Skirts in black
tan and grey.
The handsome t line of up-to-date Ladies Shirt. Waists ever shown in
your city, we do not ask you to buy.just call and see them.
“ELKANS”
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
The Rveason Why.
Haneoek's Liquid Sulphur should be in
every home: it is indorsed and pre
scribed by many leading physicians for
such diseases as eczema, pimples, ring
worms, salt rheum, dandruff, diphthe
ria. sore throat, cuts burns, open sores
aud all blood and skill troubles. No
j household should bo without it. Ask
j your druggists lor a book on Liquid
| Sulphur aud see what the doctors say
| regarding Ibis wonderful remedy. For
j t ale at Smith's Pharmacy.
I y Keeps Welt Posted. TDe latest
nd improved methods are the kind
usod by Jim Carter. ©sly ih* finest
chemicals and safest methods used.
PERSONAL MENTION
—♦—. >
NOTES ABOUT PEOPLE WHO
COME AND GO IN AND OUT
OF THE CITY. /
*■'
J. IT. Meyers, of Tifton, is in the
city. i
Col. J. E. Dart Is spending today
in the city. ii 1 : 4.
Ed Wilson, of Savannah, will spend
today in the city.
Col. J. E. Dart, of the B. & B. is
spending today in the city.
Col. W. E. Kay has returned from
a business trip to Savannah.
J. M. Spence, Jr., of Waresboro, was
a visitor to the city yesterday.
B. B. Weinberg has returned from
a business trip to Jacksonville.
L. W. Beach has returned from a
visit of several days to St. Simon.
George P. Smith, of Boston, Ga., is
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Butts.
W. J. Peters, of Macon, is spending
a few days In the city with relatives.
A. M. Washburn, of Atlanta, was
among the visitors to ihe city yester
day.
Judge J. T. Hammond, of Willaeoo
ehoe is spending some time in the
city. V
Capl. A. C. Duncan, of Savannah, is
spending some time in the city, the
guest of Mr. and JVfrs. F. D. Aiken.
F. 11. Tlaym, of Now York, and Robt.
Ilaym, of Savannah, will spend today
in the city, the guest of their broth
er, U H. Ilaym.
J. P. Shelley has accepted a posi
tion, as travelling representative of
the Rio Hondo cigar factory, and he
will leave on bis first trip tomorrow.
Mr. Shelley has had a groat deal of
experience on the road, and his suc
cess In his new position is assured.
G. A. Bet ford, representing Mess.
II E. Tlucklln R Cos., of Chicago, was
in Ihe cty yesterday and renewed con
tracts with The News for considerable
advertising for Ihe next twelve
months. Mr. Bclford says that his
bouse is well pleased with the results
of advertising in these columns and
was pleased to renew nil contracts.
Eat at Wilson’s Restaurant and
you can enjoy what's served you.
Attention Smokers.
I handle a tine line of genuine
Merschaum Pipes, they are beauties.
Call and look at them. Sig Levtson,
310 Bay street.
The last oysters of the season
served at Wilson’s, with regular sup
per tonight. v (
The sweat shop method is strictly
avoided at. Jim Carter’s clothes clean
ng establishment. Everything is well
ventilated and lighted and pure chem
cals are used.
Wilson’s Restaurant is the place
to eat.
Artistic effect finish and lasting qua!
ities considered. Wilson’s Photo
graph Studio, f)O2 1-2 Gloucester St.,
has no competitors. Go there “ye
Elite.”
Something |
New. I
I am now bottling the genu
ine COCO COLA which is being
generally introduced in BrunswlcW
and vicinity. Am prepared to
fill all orders, from one case up,
at 70 c per case of two dozen bot
tles. Send us your order or
’phone 185.
Ludwig,
306 Bay Street.
MU BAUNsWICK DAILY NEW*.
THE OLD REUABLE
fum
&AXINO
POWDER
AbeO&ilery'Pure
THERE IS lb SUBSTITUTE
MADE A GOOD SPEECH.
What Wrightsville Paper Says cf
Brantley’s Address.
In the report of the Memorial ex
ercises in Wrightsville Monday, the
Headlight, of that place, pays Con
gressman Brantley the following com
pliment:
“The most important ami interest-
i ii.- feature of the occasion was the
address delivered by Hon W. G. Brant
ley, our able and popular representa
tive of the Eleventh district, who
was itnroduced by Cel. A. F. Daley, of
Ibis city, in an impressive ami appro
-1 ’ato manner.
“Colonel Brantley completely cap
tured his large audience, who listened
to his chaste and able speech with
rapt attenl imjwi hroughout.
“His line W thought was conserva
tive and inspiring, and his expres
sions full of eloquence and vital in
terest. ■
“Colonel Brantley’s trihiite to Bee,
Jackson, Gordon, and Ihe private sol
dier, were sublime and beautiful, and
received the manifest enthusiastic ap
preciation of all present. The speak
er also spoke of the issues of the day,
referring carefully and pointedly to
those questions that are so closely re
lated to and concern our present in
teresls and future prosperity.
“The people of Wrightsville and
Johnson county who were so fortu
nate to hear Mr. Brantley on this
auspicious occasion congratulate them
selves, and all unite in pronouncing
his speech one of Ihe ablest they
ever listened to.
“We are very glad indeed to have
had Colonel Brantley with us on Me
morial day, and his presence lent, ad
ditional interest and prominence to
lliese ever impressive and beautiful
•services hhat commemorate the memo
ries of the dead heroes of our glo
rious southland.”
;Wedding
.
; Presents;
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■WE HAVE A NICE LINE IN ,
1
! SILVERWARE, CUT GLASS"
!
'and FINE CHINA. CALL AND’
LOOK. i
KENNON MOTTi
! A
Jeweler and Eye Specialist. t
215 NEWCASTLE STREET. A
, *
Keeper of the City Clock.. Time J
iby wire from Washington daily*
; at 11 a. m.
t WARJVVDAYS arh ;
CODING. <
KEEP COOL WITH AN."
I ELECTRIC FAN ,
Now is tlio time to order your "
Fans, no extra wiring for your ■<
the fan can be attach- <
ed to any electric light socket. ,
fi GAS COOKING STOVES
t are just the thing for the sum
f mer.
r For particulars call bn us.
LIGHT <
► & WATER CO, A .
L
Removal Notice.
1 have removed my plumbing and
gas fitting business, from my old stand
315. Newcastle to 425 Newcastle street,
iu the store opposite \v. It. DeVoe's
grocery, where T will be glad to wel
come my friends and the public gen
erally.
MOSES DANIELS.
A fresh Mackerel or Pompano, at
Wilson’s, Is delicious.
The latest novelties in tailor made
clothing can be bad at Jim Carter's
He represents the leading tailoring
concerns in the country.
AMD ODD CITY,
PERSONAL AND OTHER SHORT
ITEMS GATHERED BY NEWS
REPORTERS.
Things'thave been very quiet in po
lice circles lately.
Henry Selig has purchased the resi
dence corner of G and B streets.
Quite a number will take advantage
of the cheap excursions to Savannah
and Jacksonville today.
The pretty little office building for
the steel plant has been completed
and is ready for occupancy.
The Mallory steamer Colorado ar
rived from Mobile yesterday and will
leave for New York this morning.
The schools will shortly begin pre
paring for the commencement exer
cises. They will close the latter part
of this motnh.
The first Sunday trip of the season
will be made to St. Simon today and
it is needless to say that a large num
ber will go over.
Quite a number of Brunswick people
are contemplating the .rip to New
Orleans the latter part of this month
to attend the reunion.
Work of repairing the Wright buil
ding started yesterday and it will
be rushed. Mr. Arnheiter expects
to open in a few days.
The second baseball team is still in
correspondence with the Fernaudina
club and it is probable that a game
will be arranged for in the near fu
ture.
The Mallory whip Colorado, which
arrived yesterday from Mobile, brought
a number of passengers bound for
New York. The steamer will sail this
morning.
Martin, the fruit store man, is mak
ing a number of improvements in his
store. He has erected a soda fount,
and made a number of other improve
ments in his place.
Tlie city is still having repairs made
on Gloucester street. From Bay to
Newcastle many thousands of bushels
of uew shells have been laid, and the
street is now in an excellent condition.
There will lie sacramental services
this morning at 11 o’clock, at
tlie First Methodist church. In
the evening there will he preaching
and a social service. The latter is
an innovation recently introduced by
Rev. Ur. Malone and the services are
very popular, prompting the sociabili
ty and kindly relations among the
members.
The Weather.
Forecast for today in Georgia:
Warmer and probably cloudy.
Two St. Simon.
The steamer Hessie will make two
trips to St Simon today leaving here
at 9:30 a. in. and 2 p. m. There is
no doubt about large crowds go
ing.
Cheap Rates Today.
Tho various railroads entering in
Brunswick will inaugurate their usual
cheap rates today and large crowds
will visit Savannah, Jacksonville and
otiher points.
A Big Day With the Colored Folks. ;
“The Rabbit Foot Company'’ was in I
the city yesterday and accordingly the
day was a notable one with the colored !
people generally. Tlie performance!
was given under a tent in Magnolia j
park and was 'argely attended.
We Have Some More Copies.
Those who want extra copies of
Friday’s News can get the same at
this office a large number of extra
copies having ben printed to supply
i the demand. Tnis paper contains a
! full report of of thet layiug of the
corner stone of the steel plant and is
the only paper that gives the speeches.
Big Sale This Week.
Attention is directed to the page ad
vertisement of Mrs. M. Isaac, else
where In this issue. This week this
well known establishment will put
on the most notable sale in the
history of the store. All classes of
goods will go at the very lowest prices
and genuine bargains will be offered
in the several departments of the
business.
bund your friends to Wilson’s if
they want first class service—and
something good to eat.
Notice.
The ladies of Essie Deilz Rebecca
Lodge No. t, arc requested to apply
at Hunter’s Pharmacy tor a badge
which they are roque. '0! *0 wear to
the opera house Monday night, and
which will he furnished them a* that
plac^
MRS. .1. 11. BOHNE. N. G.
MRS. C. E. STONE, Sec.
Take dinner at Wizen’s. A Agu
iar chicken dinner.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
The public is hereby notified that
authorized collectors of The News
have the written authority of the
management and those who pay others
will do so at their ant risk.
White Goods ■
4
Ribbons and
-
‘ Sale
This Week
Mrs. Isaac
Watch this Space.
: When in Need of Honey •
■ /k JOEL BROS. \
f \ RELIABLE PAWNBROKERS, jit, -4
f \ 308-309 Bay Street. ’’l 4
/ \ You can o et the most liberal loan* on
I 1 your Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry. '
I I Furniture and all kinds of personal <
ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY COMFI- 4
Unredeemed Pledges For Sale 4
Look for large 3 ball sign outside store
Reliable Pawnbrokers.
-I
: Prescriptions, ■ •
Every druggist says that his drugs ♦
~ m'e pure. Every druggist says that. 4
he does not substitute. Every drug- A
gist says that lie does not use infer- a
F ior or adulterated drugs. Every drug-
F K isl says that he does accurate work. 4
, Wliat is there left, for us to say dif- 4
fereint from anybody else? Well, we 4
invite you to bring your prescription *
F here and see the kind of treatment
y you get in our store, and notice the
y way everything is done, and then see ♦
, it' you do not feel that llie medicine 4
is put up just as your doctor would ,
r like to nave it.
y -A
\ ' Drug Store.:
; WHILE THEY LAST
We will seil at a special
price Blizzard ice Cream
Freezers
2 Quart at $ 1.25
3 “ “ 1.50
4 “ “ 1.75
X M, Miller <£ tscn
! Quick service at the right time.
I When a man wants his clothes cleaned
and pressed properly and delivered cn
short notice, the one good place to
.send them is Jim Carter’s. Phone
253-2.
I ' ——
The Stomach Is the Man.
A weak stomach weakens the man,
because it cannot transform the food
Ihe eats into nourishment Health
; and strength cannot be restored to
{ ny siek man or weak woman without
first restoring health and strength to
the stomach. A weak stomach can
jnot digest enough food to feed the
j tissues and revive the tired and rue
: down limbs and organs of the body,
j Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, puri
j lies, sweetens and strengthens the
; glands and membranes of the stomach
and cures indigestion, dyspepsia and
all s,tomach troubles.—joerger’s
Pharmacy, Smith's Pharmacy, W. J.
Butts.
A Good Thing.
German Syrup is the special pre
scription of Dr, A. Cosche-e, a cele
brated German physician, and is ac
knowledged to bo one of tile most for
tunate discoveries iu medicine, it
quickly cures coughs, colds, and all
ung troubles of the serious nature,
removing, as it does, the cause of the
affection and leaving the parts in a
strong and healthy condition. It is
not an experimental medicine, but
has stood the test for years, giving
its satisfaction in every case, which ,
its rapidity increasing sale every
season confirms. Two million bottles
old annually. Boschee’s German
Syrup was introduced in the United
Slates in IS6B, and is now sold in ev
ery town and village in the civilized
werid. Three doses will relieve any
ordinary cough. Paes 25 and 75 Cta.
MAY 3, 1903.
* FOR ♦
GROCERIES *
AND +
: Fresh Meats ♦
REMBEMBER *
Durden & Co*
. Wolf and I Street sell it for’*"
less. Phone 352, and what you^ -
order will he delivered promptly.^ -
READ THESE PRICES. 4-
- Stew Meats from 5 to 71-2 >
- pound Steak from 10c pound to+,
121*2. Groceries just as cheap.^
A. R, U. C.
UPHOLSTERING AND CANING
Laying Carpets and Matting, Put-mg
in Cane Seats in Chairs, Mattros-es
made and renovated, Furniture re
packed and carpets cleaned,
Baby Carriages Repaired.
W. H. THOMAS,
110 Gloucester Street
Putnam Farm.
i For sale at Pelicanvilie 17 acres un
der good wire fence, 15 acres cleared
'Price $l,lOO.
j Camp Walker, 79 acres rich land,
J 29 acres under plow; good houses and
barn. On e ;of the best improved
places in the county; near sheltroad
near railroad. Price $l,lOO. Apply
to BROBSTON. FENDIG & GO.
Why chill your body in a cold bath
when you can get a hot one from
Clark’s iustauUUMous water heater?

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