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Silverware
Of the very best man
ufactures make the
most app r o p r i a t e
WEDDING PRESENTS.
Call and Look
KENNON MOTT,
Jeweler and Graduate Optician t
315 Newcastle Street,
Inspector of Watches for Soothern Railway. Time by Wire daily from Washington
KEEPER OF THE CITY CI.OCRa.
Waterman’s
Ideal
Fountain Pens
v
FLEMING a WAFF'S.
Photographers Supplies, i
Fine Stationery-
CHRIS ARNHEITRR,
Wmi Wm M, Pol API Muiton,
:FRESH POULTRY
: RES!' VEGETABLES FRESH GROCERIES
•m*-' 9 i'fl’ißH EOQS FROM THE COUNTRY.
All goods sent out nice and clean’. The beet of every
thing for the model housewife.
207 Monk St. Phone 89
Cl DOWNING), PRESIDENT. K. H. MASON, VICE-PRESIDENT. K. D. WALTER, CASHIER
THE NATIONAL BANK OF DSUNSWISK,
CAPITA!. $150,000
LOANS—DISCOUNTS-EXCHANGE—COLLECTIONS,
- -—SAFE DOT BCXES FOE REE
Interest Allowed On Deposits in Savings Department.
DIKKGTORS
JOSEPH W. RENNET, C. DOWNING, ALBERT T'ENDIG,
Judge Brunswick Circuit, ii I’rcs. Downing Cos, of Brobston, Fcudig & Cos.
W. G. BRANTLEY, E. H. MASON; K. D. WALTER,
M. C. lltli Ga Dist. of E. 11. Mason & Cos . Cashier.
IIENRY P, TALMADGE, Pres. Southern Pine Cos., New York
of town*
If its plumbing work you want get everybody else's
prices and then come to me and say what you want to pay
--also make your own terms. 1 use none but the best
material—employ none but plumbers who have served
their time at the trade, 1 give a written guarantee to
keep plumbing in repair for two years, free of charge.
A. h-H. BAKER,
The Oldest and Only Reliable Plurabe rin Brunswick.
Estp.b Wished 1885*
PILES OF PEOPLE
testify to the merit of Banner Salve is cur
ins p'ies It immediately relieve# and
quickly ouree. No other salve so healing,
w, J, Bu.t ,.
L’NGERINP LA ORIPPL COUGH
GVa her IST <)#(.-,od Bt., Chicago,says;
••My wife hh a very severe case of ia
grippe accl it left her with a very bad
ooi.gr. Hue tried at. tile 01 Volty’i Hon
ey tad larand it gave immediate relief. !
▲ AG ent bottle cured Lercough ent.rrly." ]
Take no substitute. W. J. Putt#.
For La Grippe
and bad colduse
Russell's Chill
Ton ic~E very
bottle gua r a n-i
teed.
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, FEBRUARY 20, 1901
SOCIETY NEWS.
M4RY M NIBH BURROUGHS.
ONE OF THE KING’S OWN.GIRES. P
So fair and fleet are her dancing.feet
In the itDils’i waves and whirls,
My .heart keeps .time with
She is one of the king’s own girls. | * fUfflT
* ' * ’’ f
And I kis" a rose, and its warm breath goes,!
Wh*
t T.Through the portals, wild and sweet; fSftt
And It sighs and’dles neath her .(splendid
I1 nttie flash of her fairy
—Stanton.
Llttle’Miss Nell Atkinson's birth-'
l.y party laat evening, at ber borne
in London street, was a charming af
fair, at which there were many little
folks present.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nauesbaum of
4avannab are spending some time in
drunswick, the guests ef Mrs. 8.
ilauber at her home on Union street.
A dainty little daughter is the guest
f Mr. and Mrs. Eibert J. Banks at
heir home, 118 south Amherst street.
After spending some time at the
uilitary sobool in Milledgeville, Mr.
Albert Banks has returned to bis borne
in Brunswick.
Mrs. Hattie E. Ewing, president of
he Eastern Star Grand Chapter of
Masonry of.tbe United States, will be
among the guests in attendance at
ihe mooting of the session to begin
this morning. While in the city, Mrs.
Ewing will be the guest of Mrs. Harr;
Cassil, at her heme on Reynolds
street.
In the presence of a large number
of friends and relatives, RjV. W. E.
Liaeney of Si. Mark’s Episoopal
ohorob ifticiating, Miss Eieie Lee
Wbitfleid and Hon. Warren Scone
Hesse were united in marriage last
evening at the home of the bride’s
parents,.fudge and Mre.Bolling Whit
field, on G ouoester street. The occa
sion was one of the most beautiful
which has ever been in Brunswiok, the
bride handsomely aid becomiDgly
gowned, was a dream of beauty tud
lovsilness, charmingly set off by the
ejq'iislte arrangement of her sur-
I roundings. Immediately after the
I ceremony and elegant wedding sup
! par Mr. and Mrs, Reesse loft for
Washington, Baltimore aud other
p.ecae where they will pnend several
weeks before returning to Montgom
ery their future home.
An important meeting of the Stead
fast Cirols of Kiug’s Daughters in
called lor tomorrow afternoou at the
home of Mrs, I, N. Bishop on London
strebt with a rtquest that all mem
bers be present.
The wedding of Mias Martha John<>
son of St. Louis and Dr. Egelston of
Kansas City, which was to baveoo
ourred last evening was a subject of
interest to many Brunswick friends,
who will be glad to welcome Dr. and
Mrs. Egeleton among' them the latter
part of this week, as they come here
immediately, to make their future
home.
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Carroll leave
shortly for Washington where they
will make their future home.
From Atlanta, Tifton, Tennille,
Waynesboro, Fitzgerald, Woadbine,
Lolaton and Brunswick, officers of
the Eastern Star Chapter will meet
tomorrow in this city for the purpose
of organizing a Grand Chapter.
While here the delegates will be
shown every courtesy and attention; a
business meeting will be held this
morning and another tomorrow, after
which there will be a line oyster roast,
given to all out at the oyster factory.
The Masonic hall is being handsomely
decorated in the colors of the order,
and (lowers and palin# for the oceaiion,
which promises to be ooe of pleasure
and benefit to all.
Miss Franoe* Walters of Savannab
is receiving many charming attentions
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Harry
Dunwody, at her borne on Union
street.
Mrs. Marry Case!) has returned t#
Brunswiok after an ab-enoe of several
months.
Mr. aod Mrs. F. D. Aiken are ex
pected home in a day or two after a
pleasant visit to Mr. Aiken’s parents
in Florida.
After a visit to friends in Thomas
villo, Miss Mary Lilia BLnton is ex
peoted home in a tew days and will
/leave shortly for Darien where she
will visit relatives for sometime.
Mrs . Fratk Bailey and children ex
pect to leave io a week or two for
Valdosta
Mrs. Dunwody Dean Atkinson has
returned to Brunswick after a pleas
ant visit to Jacksonville and St. Au
gustine.
Many friends are glad to know that
Mrs. M P. King is improving from
her recent illness at her home on Al
bany street.
The Steadfast Circle of King’s
Daugbters, Miss Lola Baker president
and Mrs. 1. N. Bishop vice-president,
is making arrangements for a charm
ing entertainment to be given imme
diately after easter, in which a number
of Brunswick's prominent and popu
lar young people will take part.
With the coming today of the Lenten
season there will be a suspension of
the social gayeUes for the next forty
days, after which there will be many
obarming affairs.
After spemingeome time io Bruns
wiok the guest of relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. F. K. Huger have returned to
their home io Knoxville.
Mr. W. H Dyer has returned to hie
home in Montgomery after a visit to
his family who are spending some
time ia Brunswick the guests cf Mr,
and Mrs. W. H Berne at their home
ou E btreet boulevard.
Mr. Carrington Cosby leaves in a
few days for a visit to his old home in
South Carolina.
Rathbons Lodge Knights of Pythias
held an interesting meeting last Bight.
The Riflemen meet tonight.
Mr. L. W. Beach has returned from
a business trip to Chattanooga.
Mr. S. C. Calhoun spent yesterday
in the city from St. Simon.
Mrs. S. H. Nicholas is the guest of
of Mrs. J. W. Watkins.
AT THE GRAND.
“The Counoellor’s Wife” was Present
ed Last N-ght.
‘‘The Counoellor’s Wife,” with Eric
Hope in the leading role, was the ~aT
traction at the Grand last night, and
was presented to a fair audience. The
play is out of the usual line of comedy,
but contains eome really funny eoenes.
Mr. Hope is a very good performer.
Sumner Gard, as Beu Dixon, and
Laura Clement as bis wife were good,
aod furnished their share of amuse
ment, Mabel Dixey, ae Nellie Morris
and Grace Dudley, ae Primrose Deane,
and the balance of the oast did fairly
well.
WITH THE SOUTHERN.
Mr. G. S. Scarlett Accepts a Lucrative
Position.
Mr. G. S. Soarlett left last night for
Atlanta where he will socept a position
with the Southern railway in the ca
pacity of detective. Mr. Scarle't has
done some of the beet work of this
kind of any man in the state and seeing
hie great capaci j the Southern offered
him a handsome salary.
The Times Call wishes Mr. Scarlett
success in his new field. He deserves
it.
THE LABOR MEETING.
Mr. Houston Will Arrive in Brunswick
Friday.
The public meeting of the white
laboring men of Bruuawick which is
to be held at the city ball Friday sight
promises to be a very intereetieg event.
Hon. C. C. Houston, member of tbs !
legislature from Fulton county, will '
be the prl y~l speaker.
Tha lad. Vie especially Invited to
be pcseeat. '
LOCAL AIMSONAL-
Mr. R. L. Branham is in the city .
The city tax assessors are busy at
work.
Mr. R, H. Lester, of Columbus, was
here yesterday.
Mr. .John Farmer has returned from
a bunting trip.
Chief Burney is at work collecting
up old executions,
Mr.'C. Downing is registered at the
De Sato in Savannah.
□ Mr. Frank Scarlett was in the oity
yesterday from Fancy Bluff.
Mr. A. Burnett, of Savannah, is
registered at the Ogl6tborpe.
Mr. J. S. Davis, of Quitman, is
spending a few days in the city.
Mr. R. Torras lias purchased the
bark Pablo from Mr. B, Padrosa.
Mr. A. P. Johnson, of the Southern
railway, spent yesterday in the oity.
Notioe is directed to the advertise
ment of Mr. A H. Baker, plumber, in
this issue,
“The oommlttee on arrangments ef
the labor anion public meeting met
last night.
Mr. 8. H, MacCutoheon, of the New
York Journal, was a visitor to the oity
yesterday.
Mr, Geo. Stewart, of Montgomery,
was among yesterday’s arrivals at the
Oglethorpe.
Mr. Francis Caffay, of Montgomery,
Ala., was among the visitors to the
oity yesterday.
Lost on streets emsll packsgs ad
dressed W. B. Moore. Libera! reward
will be paid for its return to W. B,
Moore, 124 A street.
The Board of Trade will hold an
important meeting at their room in
the city ball Friday.
Workmen re busiiy engaged in the
building fo mrly occupied by the
Palmar Shoe Company and will make
it one of the prettiest pl ices in ihe
city. The Brunswick Bank and Trust
Comfaoy will remnvs there as soon as
the workmen floiab.
WILL BE BEAUTIFUL
The new residence to be erected by
Mr. W. IT . Bowen for Colonel D. W.
| Krauss will be one of the prettiest in
i the city. It will be modern In every
] senss of the word and will add greatly
to tbe alieady pretty appearatce of
j Union street.
WATCH THIS SPACE.
FOR
Special Offerings.
pirns ni mm
AND BUY
Our Georgia Made Hose
Just received a large shlnmpnt of
Men's, Ladies’ and Aden's m
Fast colors and high spliced heels and
seamless, which are considered tbe
best ten cents values everywhere, for
the rest of this week we will offer
these to the pubiio at
7 OEINT©
GREENWOOD’S
5 and 10c STORE
-220 NEWCASTLE ST.
J. Hill iii
When out Shopping
don’t forget that we
carry a full line of
| Dress Goods,Notions,
Ladies’ and Gents’
Underwear, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Clothing,
Etc.
Watch our window?
for Special Sales.
J.H.HELLER&BRO.
314 Newcastle St.
PURE WHISEKY
Direct From Distiller to Consumer,
FOUR FULL QUARTS.
Express Charges Prepaid,
For $3.50.
Bye WMBky for 13.50. expresg I DreTiani rt W t .lin ° f ?ev ii-Year-o]d Double Copper Di,tilled
indicate contents. When youre&ive it and brat Vt*??,?™ 1 ' ‘, D hexes, with no mark. (•
pense and we will refund your $3 50 1 tcßt U ’ lf ulB Dot satisfactory return it at our ax
way are dealers buying seiliiie InS? 7/ 10 I’ rorofse .. to “ll y° whUky la Ibia
can be saved by buvinjTof us direct ’ ',v lus “ararally addin* a profit, whioh
e aewhere for less than *5.00. and the low prive t Sk° Jer s ° for ,:15 ° oumiot “ pnrehaa.#
middlemen’s profits, besides guarantee!™ " e . off ™ 14 saTes J'°u the addition of
from adulterations. guaranteeing to you the certainty of fchb whisky absolutely fi
Befebekces: National Bank or any business house in Brunswick.
L. Goldsmith & Cos.,
Brunswick,
Georgia.
J. J. LISSNER,
E WHOLESALE
Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and
Provisions,
GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN / SPECIALTY.
216 Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia.
Furniture Safety
See our prices for new and
tasty designs in Carpets
Matting and Rugs.
CHINESE RESTAURANT
ESTBLISHED' 1889.
CHUE HALL, Proprietor
You can get the best the market affords by eating here
sts st.
W. H. BOWEN
CONTRACTOR
yXrvJED E3 l_J I L_ CD El F=?
Of Stone, Brick and Frame Building.
Manufacturer of C jnient, Tile and:Artificial Stone.
PHONE 254-4
mm All Arid
Wv/y When ih<* liquids come from omr
f-tock. We carry euch a fine line
Wines and Liquors
* t t at it iB impossible te find a brand
which is no* pleasing in some point.
j|gKS||j These gbods are fully matured,
have a fine rich body and mellow
g Excellent (or family or anygtue.
R- V- DOUGLAS
-206 Bay Stre:t.
- - ■: ■ ■ a
Coney & Parker
DEALERS jN
Coal and Wood, Brick,
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths.
Agents for Morris’ Brick.
Phone 18- 525 Bay St.
Cream of Kentucky
—Whiskey—
s 1.00 per quart. It is the best.
DOUGLAS & MORGAN.
Agents.
Brunswick, Ga.
It isn’t wise to take a chance
on a piece of
FURNITURE
you want to be sure; when
you purchased an article
of us you always hare
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.

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