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The Brunswick times-call. [volume] (Brunswick, Ga.) 1900-1902, November 27, 1900, Image 8

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GRAND PRIZE OFFER.
Ist Prize —A Fine Oxodized Silver
Clock, valued at $40.00.
2kd Prize— A pair of Fine Large Vases
valued at $16.00.
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These Expensive presents are given
away absolutely Free as a compliment
to my customers. Every purchase to
the amount of SI.OO entitles you to a
ticket free. Drawing from Nov. Ist to
Dec. 31st, 1900.
A committee of prominent merchants
will take charge of drawing. A
BENNON MOTT,
Jeweler and Graduate Owtioian.
lit Newcastle Street,
In.peetor ot Wetchci for fcouthorn Bsllwsy. Time bjr Wire daily from Winking ton
Coney <fe Parker
DEALERS IN
Goal and Wood, Brick,
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Lath..
. Agents for Morris’ Brick,
Phone 18- 525 Bav Si.
Eiderdown
Dressing Sacks
An immense assortment of blue,
red. and pink Eiderdown Dressing
Sacks, new effects
SI.OO to $3.50
i
Don’t Forget the
if AMERICAN GIRL,
A shoe as good as the name
so.
OXFORDS $2.00
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LEVYS.
■Mnrsvnoi TUfw-aujL. notembbk t.
THINGS THEATRICAL
rhe Robson Theatre Company will
begin an engagement of three nights
and a matinee, commencing Monday,
Nov. 3rd. This company has new peo
ple, new specialties and new plays to
offer, end should do a good business,
flea's will go on sale Thursday. Prices
are 10, 2*3 and 30j,
NOTES.
Nothing until next week at the op
era house.
Other People’s Money lea popular
production which will be seen at the
opera house seme time In December,
This play comes from the pen of the
author of “Too Rich To Marry,” and
should do a good business.
The Olympia Optra Company has
been secured for a week’s engagement
the latter part of December. This
company is one of the heat oomlc opera
organizations in the South.
When We Were Twenty One, a dra
matization of Thaokaray’e novel Henry
Esmond, Is one ef the Inter bookings;
this play wiU be here the earlier part
of January,
Manager Wolffs has presented to the
school children who stand first and
second in their Respective grades,tick
ets to the matineejto be given on Wed
nesday, November sth, by the Robson
Theatrs Company.
BOCIBTT MEETING.
A Very Pleasant Program Was
Rendered.
The 6 Sorosis literary Society of
Misses Gale's school met yesterday,
and rendered the following program:
Recitations—Helen Palmer, E. B.
Arnold, Louis Baker, Nettle Baker,
Moritz Isaac, Moritz Baumgartner, Al
fred Christie.
Reading—Vaßsr Cates, Roy Botlet,
Olivia llathway.
Recitations—Madge Voting, George
Douglas, Estelle Miller, Arthur L.
Rainey/
Reading—Maud Nightengale.
Recitation—Alvin Gale.
Composition—Lucile Kay.
Recitation—Verner Olewine.
Reading—Jessie Thomas
Recitation—P. tal Eubanks, Effle
Arnold, Lilly Arnold, Marion Baker,
Annie May Arnold, Annie L*u Bailey,
Reading—E'h- Fox,Raymond Gran
berry.
Recitation—^Verdery Roberts.
The recitation of Miss Madge Young
was one of the best on the pros
gram, the subject being Brunswick.
Miss Annie May Arnold’s recitation
was very nlea, also that of Verdery
Roberts, Arthur Rainey, Katie Lamb
sad Moriu Baumgartner.
Miss Luorle Kay's composition was
▼sry good and instructive.
The recitations by. the following lit
tle girls were ysry [much enjoyed, Nsts
tie Baker, Helea Palmer and Kstella
Millar.
Try Boromol Tooth Pow
ders. Butts, The Druggist.
s
Try aar aiee Jniey Pleklad Beef and
ladia Relisb, Harper’s.
Gardi Comb Honey—la poaad sta
tions—the prettiest yon aver raw.
Harpar’s.
Rate, ftaitlia, Onrraau, Citron,
Spices, Eta., tor Frail Cakes. Bar pot’s.
PERSONAL POINTS.
Mr. C. W. Doming is in Atlanta.
Representative Sj moos baa returned
to Atlantr
Mr. J. P. Shelly has accepted a po
sition in Jacksonville.
Mr. j, D. Burfcheimer, of Wilmington
N. C., is spending some time in the
city.
Miss Lula McLaughlin has returned
from a pleasant visit through Georgia
and Florida.
Mr. Burr Winton lain Jacksonville.
The colored labor nnion will have a
demonstration an Thanksgiving.
■VKBBTT NOT TO RUN
Oat of Town Bna'ness Caused Him to
Decline the Honor.
The Timis-Call learns from a good
aonrea that Mr, R. H, Everett will not
accept the nomination tendered him by
tba Good Government Club as alder
man.
It Is stated that Mir. Everett's busi
ness pravents him from giving the city
the time the position requires and for
this reason he deems It beet to decline
to serye. The Tiues-Cali. made an ef
fort to see Mr. Everett yesterday but
failed, sod for that reason no state
ment from him la printed this morning.
is said that Mr, J. C. Calhoun will
be named for the vseant place on the
ticket. ■ . \
SHIPPING REPORT.
Osrreeted Daily by! Oapt. Otto Jobsnnsssu
t Fart of Brunswick, Nov. 26,1900.
- V rttWVED.
shfv Gibrgla L. Drake, Skolfleld,
Bermuda.
cliaued, '
Spanish bark Linda, Ferrer, Barce
lona,
SAILED.
BrigC. C. Sweeney, M'ller, JNew
York.
gchr. Harry Prescott, Gray, New
Haven.
DIE IN THE CHAIR.
. dCluiira, N. Y , Nov. 2*".—Fred Kris’,
who Bho’ and kIJUd Catharine Tohin,
In Wliflrly I**l Ami v.ill die in iha
electric cVi*l rat Auburn stale prison
during the week of Jar, 6, Sentence
was pastd~da him this morn'ng.
The “Good Goods Store” is what we
are known by. If it’s goed, we bave it,
Harper’s.
Opera House
Three Rights
One Matinee
COMMINCING
MONDAY, DEC. 3rd.
Robson
Theater Cos,
IN REPERTOIRE.
NEW PLAYS:
NEW SPECIALTIES
PRICES IOC. 1 306.
• ,
Boromol Tooth Powder.
BUTTS, The Druggist.
BROWN’
Hot Chocolate and Cold Soda
Something Delicious
PRESCRIPTIONS
Filled accurately.
DRUGS
Sold cheaper than the cheapest
All we want is someone to enquire into the truth of
the above assertion to make a customer of you
Perfumes and Toilet Articles in abundance, Call
in and make yourself at home
Brown Drug Cos.
HHRUGS
■Square
In tapestry 22*
36 7?c and up
wards, in latest designs and
patterns. Fresh and new
goods arriving weekly-
See our new
111 Hi MS.
LOOK THE WoVd OVER
' AND TOT CAN’T BEAT—-
CREAM. OF KENTUCKY
Whisky.
SI.OO PERCQUART; $4.00 PER GALLON.
NOT MADE BY AITRUST*.
I. Trager & Cos„ Independent Distillers:
• Sold Exclusively in Braonswick by
FR- NX. DOUVSUAS,
206 Bay StMat.
The World
Listens When
Leaders Talk.
This is as true of Jjthe Fur
niture business as of state
craft, naturally, we we have
considerable pride in being
LEADERS IN
OUR BUSINESS.
Quite a strong expression, but
quite easily proven —the fur
niture and prices to be the
evidence, you to be both judge
and jury. Come and be con
vinced.

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