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You have Watches, Clocks
or Jewelry broken, bring
them to me and I will
jjgut them in class order,
at the very lowest price
consistent with careTul, first
class work. Our 2TO years’
experiencefit us for the finest
and most difficult jobs.
All work is fully guaranteed.
We also fit Glasses to any and all Eyes, and
guarantee a perfect adjustment.
We carry a fine line of Jewelry and Silverware
of all kinds, and your
inspection.
KENNON MOTT,
Jeweler mm3. Graduate Ontician.
*l6 Newell*tl sTredt,- *-
Inspector of Watches for Southern Hallway. Time by Wire Jafrj Washington
WJH. BOWKN. J. jj. fifevDT.
BOWEN & IjJRADT,
CONTRACTORS
AMO BUiL.DERS
Of Stone, Brick and Frame Building
jMamifacturen* of Content, Tile and.Artificial Stone.
BOYS’ SHIRT WAISTS
■ v.- J
m #S' r • ’
I .
Another lot Boys’
75 cents and SI.OO
Laundered Shirt
Waists —one week
48c.
* —* ■
New Line v
Ladies’ Slqrts
L E V? 'if
THF; BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL. OCTOBER fi, 1900.
WHY MRS, PiMKHftM
Is Able to Help stek Women
When Doctors Fail.
How gladly would men fly to wo
man's aid did they but understand a
woman's feelings, trials, sensibilities,
and peculiar organic disturbances.
Those things are known only to
women, and the aid a man would give
is not at his command.
To treat a case properly it is nc pes
sary to know all about it, and* full
information, many times, cannot be
given by a woman to her family phy-
Msi. 9. H. Cu.uri:i.L.
sician. She cannot bring herself to
teU everything, and the physician is
at a constant disadvantage. This is
why, for the past twenty-five years,
thousands of women have been con
fiding their troubles to Mrs. Pinkham,
and whose advice has brought happi
ness and health to countless women in
the United States.
Mrs. Chappell, of GriSit Park, 111.,
whose portrait we publish, advises all
suffering women to seek Mrs, Pink
ham’s advic£ and use Lydia K. Pink
ham’s# bln Compound, as they
cured her of inflammation of the ovaries
and womb ; she, therefore speaks from
knowledge, and her ex peri *ncc ought
to give others confidence Mrs. Pink
ham’s address is Lynn, Mass., and her
advice is absolutely fiee.
CHEAP ADVERTISING.
• —*—
CA3U IN AgVA^CJfi
Advertise menu in this columa will he insert
ed at the uniform rnte of One OvflNQa Word for
each Insertion. No advertisement, however
mall, less than 50 cents. Cash in advance.
4fOR SALE—Three milk cows: C.
S. Tait
FOR SALE.—Niof id welling bouse
and lot, on C street, cheap for cash,
Apply to Abe Kotobild .
FOR SALK—Dining room and
kitchen furniture for sale. Apply
Friday and Saturday mornings at No.
600 Ulßon street
WANTED.—SmaII hotel or boarding
house to run on percentage, for the
winter or the year, by a man and wife.
'Address, Box 118, Woodmont, Ct.
Hustling young msn can make 860
per month and expenses, Permanent
position. Experience unnecessary.
Write quiok for particulars, Clark A
Cos., 4tU & Locus Streets, Philadel
phia, Pa. Wf
WANTED.—Christian mau or wo
man willing to qualify for permanent
pu-i! ioi*>of Bft!, here or in ttjjtue
county. $960 yearly. VtEnclote self
aildresseil'Htamped envelope to Secre
tary, care erf Timk^-Uau..
FOR SALE,—HUIery Island, ait
uated on Turtle river, containing 88.
acres of high land, suitable for truck
ing or poultry raising; about 16 acres
cleared; good fisbln); and oyster bed*
around the Island. Also, Island View,
containg 50 acres, more of less, situ-,
ated on Qibson and Parvises creeks,
six acres of which is under new wire
feooe; 75 to 100 pear trees, and im
provement* on same. For further in
formation, apply to F, Jo*. Do?rflln
ger, 316 Union street.
Bern the Ita Hind ton Hava Always Bought
Are Many Things
■| w. would like to toll yon about, but a tow wo w ill mention that is just In—
I Ritter’s preserve*. In boxes.
} Ritter’s preserves In small stone jars,
i Ritter’s preserves in small glass jars,
j Just send down and try a pound.
I '’Hwi.O&.A&tWvSNMy
j RING PHONE 158,
* THE HUSTLER.
SHORT BUTSPICY
CITY NEWS NOTES
1 Dan Doings as Gatbtrel by Jbe
Tiits-Caii Beurters
MATTERS PEESONAL AND GENERAL
B RESTATEMENTS OF THE IMANY
THINGS THAT MAKE UP THE
BUSY ROUND OF LIFE-
The City court convenes Monday.
Mr.N, Dickey, of Jacksonville, Is in
the city.
Mr. E. Brobdton returned yesterday
from Weyoroas.
The minstrel parade yesterday liven -
edi up things con-lderabry.
The Mallory steamer left lor New
York j esterday afternoon.
Mr. J, K. Beck*on,of Macon, was a
visitor to the city yesterday.
Mr. J. H. Qaynor, ot Savannah,
spent yesterday in the city.
fioo. B. Atkinson, from Camden
county, was in the city yesterday.
Mr, James Iloaoh, of the Central
railway, spent yesterday in the city.
Col. J. E. du Bignon left last night
for Flat Rock, N. C., to spend some
time.
Air. George W. Dexter, of Atlanta,
was among the visitors to the city
yesterday.
Mr. Julian Lewis, of Aibaoy, was
among yesterday’s arrivals at the
Oglethorpe,
Mr. W. Branham, formerly of thi*
city, ia a candidate for justice of the
peaoe at Waycrosr.
TO CORE A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take Laxative iiu>o>e Quinine Tablets, at
(ii ugglsterelnnit the money it it tails to cure.
E, W. Grove's signature is on each Dux. 15c.
AT THE OGLETHORPE.
J. R. Reckson, Macon, George R.
Dexter, Atlanta, P. O. Hancock, Hoe
ton, Dan BtHUrd, Macan, N.C. Davit,
At'anta, Jonea Rooch, Central rail
way, J. H-. Ambrose, Savannah, R.
N • l>i<jjpy. Jacksonville, R. A, Sprat
linjt, Atlanta, Joo. Murrow, Tilton,
Lewis, Albany, T. H. Heard,
New, York, 1. H U,yoor. Savannah.
• A Card.
The manufacturers of lianner Sal ve have au
thorised the undersigned to guarantee it for
burns, cute.'Sorce, ulcera, tetter, eczema and
all skin discuses. Yen havo your money buck
llt doesn't do all it tlatme. W. J. Butte.
Call and see the new line of tip to
'date, ready-to-wear Hat*. Mies Kate
Sluter. i ; .
Have yourclbthes cleaned and preec
ed bjr inn Carter.
Call and ses tbe new line of up-to
date, ready-to-wear Hat*. Mies Kate
Slater,
CITATION.
Ueorgla—Glyun County.
Mr*. Mary Mahoney having made applica
tion for twelve mouths' suppoit.out of the
estate of Timothy Mahoney, aud epptaUeri
duly appointed to aet apart tho same having
died their return, all peraons concerned are
hereby required to show cause before the court
of ordinary of aaid county on the drat Monday
in November, 1900, why said application ahonld
not be granted. Thieith dav of November,lHoo.
HORACE lIART, Ordinary.
Ilfl
ggy
THE COMMON ENEMY ...
Kidney disease is th* enemy e have most to fear is * result ot the
feverish restlessness of our modern dvDuation. It is . treacherous
enemy, working out its deadly effect under cover'‘of the most trifling
symptoms. The first Indication of changes tn the uisn? frequent head*
aches, digestive trouble*, should be the signal for*prompt remedial
measures. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS h. a Jndoey*remedy of great
meut. H is soothing, heating and strengthening,* quickly relieves the
aching or aarrnesa that always appears fn the advanced staged checks the
progress of the disease, and through its excellent cleansing and regulating
effect in the liver and bowels, it brings back the strength and ruddy
gjo* a# vigorous health/
Sold at Drug fttdree. Price, $l.OO Per Bottle.
W* ,J Butts, Special Agents.
Disinfect Your Homes
Choloro - Naptholeum,
A Safeguard to Disease.
We Sell in Anv Quantity.
W J -BUTTS, The Druggist.
“On tlie Oosner.” / *
WELL, /' /
I DON’T THINK!
You have tried all of Our Speoal Flavor* of Cold sffloda Water.
There are several or them that will refresh vou In an/old weather.
For instanee, haye you ever tried our new drink,
U you have you know a good thing. If you haven’t, there is a
real treat yet la gore for you. Our reputation of having the best
S da In tbn citv must bp sustained, and that is why we use only the
pure frnit )u*ces tor our syrup and why we are never just out.
Its served oight aud cold as ice can make it.
' 0 “ Nunnally’s Candies
BROWN DRUG CO.
LOOK THE WORLD OVER
AND YOT CAN’T BEAT
CREAM OF -KENTUCKY
Whisky.
SI.OO PER QUART ; $4.00 PER GALLON.
-_NOT MADE BY A TRUST*
I- Trager & Cos,, Independent Distilleijd
Sold Exclusively in Braunswick by i
F=?- V. DOUbI_AS,J
20628 av Street.

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