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See our prices for new and tasty designs in Carpets Matting and Rugs. CD. M^GARVEY m Q(B 1 loss sunt display of , TRIMMED HATS" then ascertain the price. It will be lees than you think the bat is worth. Oar milliners got the inspiration from ex pensive French raodsle, but tbe mate rial and warkmaoship are Amerioau ''srefore much eheaper, but none the ess good and artistic HISS KITE SLATER 504- GLOUCESTER ST.. Lika bad dollars, all counterfeits of Oe- Witt’a Witch Hazel Salve ara worthless. The original quickly cures piles, sores and all skin diseases W. J. Butts. WANTED,—Men to learn barber trade. Prepare now spring rush, Only two mon*hs required. Present grad nates wit citnpiete outfp.of tools, and pay sl2 weekly when competent. Con stant practice, expert instructions. Catalogne and par-icuiars mailed free. Mder BarN'r College, St. Louis, Mo. For Asthma use CHE NEY’S EXPECTORANT: Opera House ONE NIGHT ONLY Tuesday, Feb. 1 2th. A NOTABLEEVENT Appearance of the and s'inguished p ayers CRESTON ADELAIDE |)lark and Prince. Supported by their own company presenting a SPLENDID SCENIC PRODUCTION of rbe roma:.tbs success, Tbc Last oF His Race. NOTE—The presentation here will be'de' ideal in detail of scenery, costumes nd arcat>oria with that giv-n ov Mr Clark durirg his recent eugag meets ir Pniludelphia, Wash ing on and Bal imore: Prices'. SIXO, 50c, 25c. Box Seats $1,50, GILD CLOTHES Receive the best attention at the Brunswick Cleaning and Pressing Comnany. JAS. G- CARTER, Mgr. ,504 MONK ST. Phone’ 253. It isn’t wise to take a chance. ona piece of FURNITURE you want to be sure; when you purchased' an article of us you always have have that comfortable sense of security that goes with just a few things that are the best — you cannot make a mistake here whatever you buy, low est possible price and money back if you’re not satisfied. Fine Luncheon Crackers Cheese Straws, Butter Thins, Phi lad’a Water Thins, - Saratoga Cnips, Bent’s Water Biscuits Champagne Wafers, ! V enice Wafers (lemon) Crake Meal, Uneeda Biscuits, Uneeda Jinger Wavier, Tea Flakes. m si. PHONE II Agents "Queen Victoria.” Her life and reign. Only complete book, ex quisitely illustrated, beautiful life size photograph. Fifty dollars per day; exolusive territory; extraordi nary terms; extra premlnms absolutely free, credit given, freight paid, outfits free. “National Publishing Cos., (Es tablished 1857,) Lakeside Budding, Chicsgo. When you have any second hand furniture to sell call on or ring up ’phone 111-2 J. W. Watkins. The man who wag “born tired ‘ should use Prickly A&h Bitters. It makes work a necessity to give vent to the energy and exuberance of opirits generated by func tional activity in the system . W. J. Butts. Don’t be deceived or humbugged by people who claim the discovery of some hitherto an known herb or root in swamps, or on some mountain or prairie for the cure of kidney and bladder troubles Any or druggist with tell you that such claims or fraudulent. Foley’s Kidney Cure simply contains remedies that are recognized by the moat skilful physicians as best for these complaints, so eredulous r foolish. W. J. Butts. Havo you a sense of fullncsslon the rogion your stomach‘after eating? If so yon wiU be benefited by nsing Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets. They also cure belching and sour stomach. They regulate the bowels too. Price 25c. Sold by Bishop’s Drug Store. T. POOL, Contractor and Builder, 119 South Stonewall Street. Brunswick, - Georgia THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, FEBRUARY 8 \m Biliousness, sour stomach, constipa tion and all liver His are cured b Fiiis The non-irritating cathartic. Brio 25 cents of nil druggists or by mail e C.X. Hood & Cos., Lowell, Mass. SHOW OF LIVE STOCK. BIG EXHIBIT FOR THE PAN-AMERICAN AT BUFFALO. Hor*e Show a Prominent Pentare. Model Dairy Building; on the GroandK-Accommodfttloiiß For 115,- OGO Animals—Great Display of Ag ricultural Product*. The exhibit of live stock at tlie Pan- American Exposition at Buffalo the coming summer will include ail varie ties and breeds of domestic animals. Arrangements have been made to ac commodate 25.000 animals on the grounds. Liberal prizes in all classes will be offered. A fashionable liorse show will be a prominent feature of the display and will include harness horses, saddlers, jumpers, etc. This exhibition will be fashioned on the lines of the Madison Square Garden show and will bis held at the Stadium. A model exhibition dairy, composed of all breeds of milk cows, will be in operation during the six months of the Exposition. A great display of the varied agri cultural products from the various states, provinces and countries of the Western Hemisphere will be made in the Agricultural building, covering two acres. Awards for all meritorious exhibits will be made direct to individual ex hibitors. The closing of the Nineteenth centu ry has witnessed marvelous strides in the improvement of methods in the dai ry world. Formerly the whole business was conducted largely by “rule of thumb.” Instead of a vocation requir ing a certain apprenticeship it is fast becoming an exact science, in which chemistry and bacteriology play no in significant part. The increasing inter est and attendance at the various dairy schools throughout the United States and Canada, the existence of great co operative and commercial organiza tions for the manufacture and sale of dairy products, is an undisputable tes timony to the achievements of modern science. In this great industry the government has appropriated vast sums of money to help the dairyman in his work, and this is indicative of its importance as a factor of the great food problem of the world. The territorial lines of the dairy hell have long since been annihilated. A few states Bnd provinces in the east no longer enjoy tbe exclusive distinction of being in the dairy sections, in the Dairy building at tlie Exposition space has already been asked for by Maine and California, Manitoba and Texas. The supposed disdvantages of soil, wa ter. climate and food in portions of North America have largely been elim (mated by the skillful dairyman, and to day splendid representatives of dairy animals are found wherever the whole Henry Hirsh is again at the Aroade ready to greet his friends. CHEAP RATES TO WASHINGTON, D. C., ACCOUNT OF THE PRES IDENTIAL INAUGURATION CEREMONIES. Brunswiok, .lan . 29, 1901. Plant System will Bell tickets from Brunswick <tt the rate $14.10 for round trip. Tiekete limited to contin uous passage in each direction, lobe sold March 1,2 ami 3, with final limit March 9ch. You have read of the cutes by Hood’s Sarsaparilla, and you sLould have per feot confidence in its merit, It will do you good. SHIPPING REPORT Corwoted Daily by Oapt. 0U Jobnuusan Tort cf Brass irk. dan. 31, 1901. ARRIVED Sclir Harry Prescott, Grag, San Juan, I* R CLEARED. Russian bark Ahti, Jarnson, Malaga SAILED. IN PORT. Norwegian bark, Rosidon, flansen, Barbados Sclir LUzie B Willey, ltivers, Boston someness and nutritive value of milk products are known. Few people have any adequate con ception of the present magnitude of the dairy industry. In the United States and Canada there is one dairy cow to every four persons, or 20,000,000 cows. The annual milk production is esti mated at $550,000,000. Add to this the value of dairy cows, $050,000,000, and we have $1,200,000,000. To this add tlie Investments in dairy appliances, and we reach a grand total of $2,000,- 000,000 invested in this great industry In the United States and Canada. The groat countries to the south of us, Cen tral and South America, are eager for American dairy products, and with more people from these countries visit ing tlie Exposition in 1901 than have visited the United States and Canada in the past half century the great com mercial opportunity to exhibitors of Dairy Products and Supplies needs no further comment. A large, beautiful building located near tlie Agricultural building will be devoted exclusively to Dairy Products and Dairy Apparatus. All the milk products will be exhibit ed in glass eases properly refrigerated for the purposVof maintaining as far as possible the texture and quality of the products on exhibition. Exhibitors whose products form a portion of their state or provincial displays will not be charged for exhibit space, but indi vidual exhibitors will be charged $1.50 per square foot for space occupied. The exhibit of Dairy Appliances will embody nil the recent inventions and improvements made in this industry, including sterilizers, pasteurizers, sepa rators, coolers, churns, etc. Electric power will be furnished in the building should exhibitors desire to demonstrate tlie work of their ma chines for the benefit of the visitors. The exhibit in the Dairy division will be a selective one and in point of at tractiveness. interest and utility will surpass anything ever before attempt ed. A Model Dairy, composed of repre sentatives of nil the breeds, will be in operation during tlie entire Exposition for tlie purpose of determining as far as possible the cost of production and the adaptability of certain breeds to special lines of dairy work. These sev eral divisions are in charge of Mr. F. A. Converse. Fin DIGESTION 1 ? r AND ' CONSTIPATION These are twin evils which'work serious mischief in the human body. They sap the strength, destroy energy and impoverish the blood. A> a result of these ailments, the system gradu ally becomes disordered and the con stitution weakened so that the body loses vitality and is unfit to stand the Strain of hard or continuous labor; thus, the victim offers a shining mark for kidney disease, lung trouble or the life-crushing malarial fever. An easy and certain means of warding off this condition is within the reach of every one. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS # the System Regulator, is the remedy. A few doses whenever fhe digestion is disturbed, or when the bowels fail to move regularly, will remove the diffi culty and stimulate the vital organs to a better and more complete por> formance of thelrjjuties. With vigor and regularity in the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels, there rgn be no loss of strength or energy, the blood will be pure and nourishing, and the capacity of the body for work thereby maintained at the highest standard. Send for a bottle to-day. Keep it always in the house. A half wine glassful when the stomach feels blvaic-d, when the breath is bad, or the bowels constipated, will quickly restore the feeling cf vigor and chter fulness. DRUCCIBT6 BEU. IT AT SI.OO. PER i 0 BOTTLE. W. J. BUTTS te Hands M I IV AS troubled with hands so sore that when T put them in water the pain would near set. me crazy, the skin would peel off, and the flesh would get hard and break, then the blood would flow from at least fifty places on each hand. Words can never tell * the suffering I endured for three years. I tried at least eight doctors, jjfc; - nut tuy hands were worse than when 1 ME| commenced doctoring. I tried every wL, Mum old Granny remedy that was ever *£?**■ rVttSm thought of without one cent’s worth H|f ’WS of good and could not even get relief. j ffcjaf Jr'/ I would feel so badly mornings when ’y I got up, to think that 1 had to go to VBffcr i hours, that I often felt like, giving up __ my job, which was in the bottling Iks. works of Mr. E. L. Kerns, the leading ve! / bottler of Trenton, N. .1., who wiit l !eCore I could start to work, l would M have to wrap each linger on both 4* .'*V " x ; hands, and then wear gloves, which 1 , f ’•ajf them off, it would take two hours a( \ T'WwS' ' and the flesh would break and bleed. , "1 Some of my friends who had seen my hands would say, “ If they had such hands they would have them ampu tated”; others would say they would never work,” and more would turn away in disgust. But thanks to Cuticura, the greatest of skin cures, it ended all my sufferings. .Just to think, after doctoring three years, and spending dollar after dollar during that time, Cuticura cured me. It has now been two years since I used it and I do not know what sore hands are. I never lost a day’s work while I was using it or since, and I have been working at the same business, and in acids, etc. TIIOS. A. CLANCY, 310 Montgomery St., Trenton, IST. .T. Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor. nrn. . Consisting of Cuticura Soap (25c.), to cleanse the skin of crusts and F’Wh't'W B( ' aleßa,l( l soften the thickened cuticle; Cuticura Ointmknt (50c.>, i H (|H F* kl B S yB instantly allay itching, inflammation, and irritation, and soothe and ’ •'*** M h( ‘ al i lllld Cuticura Rrsoi.yknt (50c.), to cool and cleanse the blood. _ _ A Sinoi.kHbt is often sufficient to cure the most torturing, disfiguring, ■Hr \FT SLI /n alJ( l humiliating skin, scalp, and blood humors, with loss of hair, when I• I™ OL s | 4>l/. J all else fails. fcJold throughout the world. ****'..- MILLIONS USE CUTICURA SOAP EXCLUSIVELY For Preserving Purifying and Beautifying the Skin Scaip Hair and Hands. § DVERTISERS F| WAYS APPRECIATE H AMO TM A Regulak ETURNS EPORTED ;By Advertisers Iho M These Column* Quantity ant! Quality if Maltalgivot Quantity ui quality ts Llwtiwi And We Give Bothr WE ALSO GUARANTEE TO GIVE SATISFACTION IN JOB WORK. OQN’TsfSEND AWAY FOR *•> ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEAD*, SHIPPING TAGS Wheny> canget them at'hoaie for the same price and besides you save the osi of freight and drayage. OUR PHONE IS 31. . A and a message will receive prompt attention. We don’t mind calling an talking the matter over with you and giving you our estimates, and if we fail to get your orde r that is our fault, not yours. ALL WE WANT IS A TRIAL. Time-s-Cal!, 206 and 2.18 trloucester Streer. Such little pills a- De'.Vitt’i 1 llt'r Ear ly Risers are \ cry canty y ’ ci , and they artij'vonderfully effective in ci. a ,it. . c the iv and oowe 1 ' v, .J Putty. T■ t /TCI j£. *„ P*a .i . A iJ 5. Br "S!* Sv-natus JJ FOR iALe. ' K.v —Wtu.o v i Brown Leghorn** Wmie Pivroi. /lu Knck", Wnite Mi r ,i c r- u!■ *1 dulf Ojcihns’. Apply ii resid'noe of W P. Bytrons. i<t) 1 itie * resdt • lienry Hirsh la there.