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Doings In A CHRISTMAS CAROL. By Joslah Gilbert Holland. There’s a song In the air! There’s a star in the sky! There's a mother's deep prayer, There's a baby's low cry! And the star rains its fire while the Beautiful sings, For the manger at Bethlehem cradles a king. There's a tumult of joy O’er the wonderful birth. For the virgin’s sweet boy Is the Lord ot the earth. Ay! the star rains its fire and the Beautiful sings For the manger at Bethlehem cradles a king. In the light oi that star Lie the ages impeated; And that song from afar Has swept over the world. Every hearth Is aflame, and the Beau tiful sings In the homes of the nations that Jesus Is king. We rejoice in the light And wo eoho the song That comes down through the night From the heavenly throng. Ay! we shout to the lovely evangel they bring, And we greet in His cradle our Sav iour and King. Mrs. C. H. Jewett is in Jessup for a few days. • * • Mrs. G. A. H. Jennings has returned from Atlanta • • • Little Marlon Floyd is still criti cally ill with pneumonia • • • Captain Duncan Wright has been quite sick for several days. * * The Zinnia club will meet with the Misses Brown tomorrow afternoon. ... Mrs. Ellen Dart has returned from a visit to Tampa and St. Augustine. ... Mrs. T. J. Wright is convalescing from a severe attack of rheumatism. * • • Mrs. C. S. Hunter of Graham, N C., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Hunter. m m % Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Butts left yes terday for Jacksonville to spend the holidays. Miss Anita Courier has returned from Jacksonville to spend the holi days at home. • • • Hoyt W Gal’ 1 " "HI! 1 for the holidays the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Purse • • • Miss Janie Bennett and Miss Snyder left yosterday for Columbus to spend the holidays. * • * Miss Constance Butts is with Mrs. George Palmer Smith in Boblocq for the holidays. • • • Mrs. M. Verdery and her children are hero from Jacksonville with Mrs. D. D. Atkinson. • * * Mlse Mamie Atkinson has returned from Jacksonville to spend the holi days with relatives. * • • Miss A.berta Derby of Savannah iwlll arrive next week to visit Miss Bessie Symmes. • • • Mrs. M. C. Rowe left yesterday to spend the holidays in Savannah with Mr. at and Mrs. A. B. Rowe. * • • Mias May Scrlven of Darien, who •was to have spent the holidays with Miss Margaret Young, has deferred her visit until later. We Bid B |*| TlJc nn n_ | IM c OUR STOCK IS WELL SELECTED AND WE CAN SERVE YOU ,:^ E .sr”;' zv*T r z*™Jo™:™™c£*.°z t „et„,n 6F c_r*s..™- c„r,s T as present OUR CIGAR STOCK HAS JUST BEEN REPLENISHED AND WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY IN THm. L.Ncl. REMEMBER DDR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT IS PERFECT SMITH S- 'Phone 222 Society Miss Rita MsKinnon complimented her grade with a Christmas tree at the Purvis Grammar school yesterday. The occasion was very pleasant and greatly enjoyed by the children. * • • The engagement is announced of Miss Mary Emily Scarlett of Fancy Bluff and Mr. Frank A. Dunn of Bruns wick, the wedding to occur January C, at the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. George Scarlett. This announce ment will be of interet to a wide cir cle of friends, the contracting parties both being w'ell known and popular Miss Scarlett, the bride-to-be Is one of Glynn county’s most lovable and charming girls, while Mr. Dunn is widely and favorably known in mili tary circles, with a splendid record to his credit as officer of different or ganizations. He holds an important government position, being an attache of the custom house of this port. Their Ihost of friends congrLtulate this popular couple and wish them ever” happiness. Miss Minnie Seiig was hostess at a very pretty and enjoyable partv Wed nesday afternoon, the occasion being her twelfth birthday. A number of her friends were present and games and dancing were enjoyed in the pret tily decorated rooms, where jolly and ferns were effectively used. In the bowling match, the prizes were won by Misses Hortense Kauffman and Lula Doerfllnger and Master Vic tor Abrams. After the games a beau tiful Christmas tree was lighted and the little folks each received a pretty souvenir. Refreshments were served In the dining room from a pretty dec orated table. The young hostess received numbers of handsome pres ents from her little guests. Those present were Misses Hortense Kauff man, Rita Do-erflinger, Lula Doerfling er, Miriam Abrams, EljzalV-th Ab rams, Mildred Levy, Selma Fendig, Mabel Lovison, Carrie Levison, Viv ian Beach, Lillian Pfeiffer, Addie Da vis, Ruby Seiig, Martha Lowenstein, Maud Headley, Masters Victor Abrams Douglas Davis, Lawrence Kauffman, Sydney Levison, Miit.au Levison and Roy Kahn, Administrator's Sale. GEORGIA, GLYNN COUNTY. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned has applied to the ordl-1 nary of said county for leave to sell land belonging to the estate of j Mary J. Grovensteln for the payment! of deibtß and for tho purpose of distrl-| bution. Said application will be! heafu at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary for said county to be held on the first Monday In February, 1904. This December 15th, 1903. W. L. Spcir, Administrator of the estate of Mary J. Grovensteln. C. P. Goodyear, Max Isaac, Petitioner's Attorneys. Fifteenth Semi-Annual Dividends. The National Bank of Brunswick. Brunswick, Oa., Dec. 17th, 1903. The board of directors of the Na tional Bank of Brunswick have thisi day declared a dividend of 3 per cent. three dollars per share, payable on nnd after January 2nd, 1904. to sharehold ers of record at close of business this date. E. D. Walter, Cashier, j ___THE DAVIS HOUSE 307 Norwich St GOOD BOARD AND EXCELLENT ROOMS. Rates per day 75c Rates per week $3.50 We have the finest feather beds in the city. Special attention to TRANSIENT TRADE THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1903. TJie Peraererlif EU Toung eels in passing up a river •how the most extraordinary perse verance in overcoming all obstruction*. The large flood gates—sometimes fif teen feet In height—on the Thames might be supposed sufficient to bar the progress of a fish the size of a darning needle. But young eels have a whole some idea that nothing can stop them, and in consequence nothing does. Speaking of the way in which they as cend flood gates arid other barriers, one writer says: "Those which die stick to the post; others, which get a little high er, meet with the same fate, until at lust a layer of them is formed which enables the rest to overcome the diffi culty of the passage. “The mortality resulting from such •forlorn hopes’ greatly helps to account for the difference In the number of young eels on their upward migration and that of those which return down stream lu the autumn. In some places these baby eels ure much sought after and are formed Into cakes, which are eaten fried.”—London Standard. Explaining HI. Presence. A young lady who had been pouring tea at a function in a suburban town, having toward the end of the affair become somewhat fatigued, sat down In a quiet coruer of the room, where she witnessed the following Incident: A young man came in and made bis way to the hostess, greeting her and apologizing for his lateness. "Awfully glad to see you, Mr. Blank,” said the hostess. “So good of you to come, and all the way from New York too. But where Is your brother?” “I am commissioned to tender his regrets. You see, we are so busy just now that it was Impossible for both of us to get away, and so we tossed up to see which of us should come.” “llow nice! Such an original Ideal And you won.” “No,” said the young man absently; “I lost.”—New York Times. The Pleasure of Eating. Persons suffering form indigestion, dyspepsia or other stomach troubles v ill find that Kodol Dyspepsia cure digests what you eat and makes t. ...omach sweet, Phi if remedy is a ever failing cure for indigestion ami lyspepsia and ail complaints affecting he glands or membranes of the ston. ach or diges-.ve tract. When you take Kodol Dy. pepsin cure everything you ealt taste good, and every bit o! tno noutrimont that your food contains is assimilated and appropriated by the blood and tissues. Sold by Joorger s liarmacv. 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No Koma Complete Without a SBlllPll GLOBE WERNICKE BSIIIBK BOOKfCASE Willooj Furniture Ever Displayed in the City Inspect our window in Gold: Every article 24 Karat genuine gold plate We have increased our lower floor space and are showing our carpets, mattings, draperies, table covers portieres, couch covers, lace curtains, on the first floor. A New Line ot Irish Point Curtains Solid CDafaogany Library Suits in pinest Quality Leather. A lovely line of Morris chairs, arm chairs, mantle mirrors, banquet lamps, fancy baskets, music cabinets ladies’ desks, etc. ' > Out* Pt*iess Rt*c l^igliNtr iudoß Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you "?*• Peck’s Mule Feed best for horses. J. M. Burnett. WALTER C. BROBSTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office with Brobston, Fendig & Cos. BRUNSWICK, OA. CENTRAL SCHOOL S. E. Corner of F. ar.d Norwich. Streets PREPARATION for,COLLEGE or BUSINESS t'AY SCHOOL and NIGHT SCHOOL J. H. SWINDELL, Principal. If you want the best soda wate: ring phone 129. 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