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r i*n&— Sterling Silverware Of the very best man ufactures make the most appropriate WEDDING PRESENTS. Call and'Look KENNON MOTT, Jeweler and Graduate Optician* 215 Newcastle Street-, laieeater of W*ibes for Southern Hallway. Time by Wire daily from Washington KEEPER OF TUB CITY CLOCKS. “HOOKED UP“ FOR BUSINESS, ✓ Tmt’i wh*.. - * we ars. W# are now prepared to baodie your feu-ineas with DECIDED PROMPTNESS Yon know onr work and prices are all right. REMEMBER Fr Fiie M. mortal Work, WotJ ">l\utie,.Orates, Tiling <3 Ir n Fencing we oan’t he beat. KFEOS XaMAKCE, Mgr. Waterman’s Ideal [Fountain Pens V jV FLEMING V WAFF'S. Phct ograioLcrs Sunnlies 25V ue I?taticnerg . jgggSp’ CHRIS ARNHfJTER, Jill Mi M, Pi. U MiltOS, FRESH VEGETABLES. FfiESH GROCERIES PSKSH EGGS IROM THS COUNTRY. All goods sent out nice and clean'. The best of every thing for the model housewife. m[ 2o7 Monk St. _ Phone 89 j C. DOWNING, Phisihent. E. H. MASON, Viok President. E. D. WALTER, Casuieh I THE NATIONAL BANK OF BRUNSWICK, CAPITAL $150,000 LOANS- DISCO UN TS- EXCHANGE—COLLECTIONS. —SAFE 3SFCSII MB FOR .EOT, — Interest Allowed On Deposits in Savings Department g DUtECTORs JOSEPH W. BENNET, C. DOWNING, ALBERT FENDIO, Judge Brunswick Circuit, CD Dree. Downing Cos. ol' Brobatou, Fendig & Cos, W G. BRANTLEY, E. H. E. D. WALTER, M. C. 11th Ga Diet. of E U. Mason & Cos. Cashier. HENRY P, 1 ALMAPGE, Pres. Southern Pine Cos., New York This is Ihe smooth and Tongue Bunco man. To run this yillian out of town* If i + f olumbin? work you warn get eyer\body olse’s prices sue i* ,r come to me ar>d say wha< yon want to pay make yuur own t*iins. i use none but the best xnte r i4i—t mpmy me but plumbers who have served iheir .ime at the t aoe, 1 j. ive a written gu-irantee to **•*!> plumbing ni repa'r fortwt yea. , free of charge. A- I — i„ El U-he Oldest and Only Rli .b Plumber in B-un*wiek THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL. MARCH l, 1951 SOCIETY NEWS. MAKY M'NiSil BURROUGHS SIGH NOT, SWEET. H'gh not, Hweet, for a rose or reng You will reap ail tbe roses a llfa can erieg: And tbe birds la the bioiaomy vales will sign Sweetly, isms day—some day ! Sigh not, Sweet, t bet e love proves vain, You will reap another, for peace or pain : Tbe sun e’er tbe shadows will shine agaia • vastly, sows day—some day ! ■Sigh not, Sweet, it> tbe years are Meg That Riabt is slain of the wratb of Wrung: | For lire will die like a lover’s song Swsstly, some day—some day 1 F. L. Stanton. Mrs. E. C. Benedict ofCedartown, >e spend ng sums time in Brunswiuk, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mallery king, at her home on Sonth Albany street, wbere she is recii vlag many at entione from friends. After a separation of thirty years, Mrs. Nausshaum, who bao recently ar rived in B:unalck from Germany, leaves in a day or two for Atlanta, where she goes to attend the bsdnide of her brother, Ur. M. Isaao, whe is quite <1 there Mr. James Gould and sons, Masters Richard and Horace Gould of Si. Simon Inland, spent yesterday in Brunawiak wi>h friends. Ru'h is the name that has been given to ;.h little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, W, Thomss , at their koine on Lon don stree. Mrs. Jehn P. Bccrlet of Sanford, Fia,. is expeeted lu Bruoswick shortly, to visit bsr daughter, M's. J. X. Moore, at bar home on Gtoige street. Af’eradeLghtful winler in Augusta, where they received many oharmmg a'tentieos, tb* guest of reiaeivis and friends, Misses N*Ui and Lsola Calvin are expected to return home next week. Mrs Georgs R. Hanks, after a plea sant visit to her bod, Mr. E. J, Banks, ha re', rn to her hems in Forsyths, to the regr*t of many friends. k* st Fanr.it* Aiken cf Pensacola, is ex' v and In Brunswick shortly, to spued eontr i-r.ii t.h. i'Jest of fiieuds. Miss AUen has v ■■ .-d Brunswick before, ... rill hr wvlcviued buck by ali wno know her. Mr M. 1,-r j coiitlnuea seriously iD A'Uhia, wbeic hi baa bsen for some time, curreended by relatives and 'r*Dds, sou with the inns', caedioal at > eotioo, Ml*- I ml Rickets isjspsndiag some lime tbe attractive gue*t of friends in Savannah, where sne will remain for several we*ks longer. Mrs. 8. Glauber baa returned from a visit to IrisDds.m Atlanta, wbere she rpetit several weeks. A pratly ouaaplimenl paid Mitt Dora Marby of Brunewiok, a few day* ago, walker photograph, reprodussd in the Atlanta Joarual, asoue of Brunswick’s eharm. eg dabutsotfe*. As important mealing ol the Daugh ters of tbs Confsdeiaey it called for this afeersnon, at h .It past tbrea o’clock ar. the home of Mrs. S. F. Coney on Union strest, by order of the prasideat, Mrs. R. K. Hopkins, and ssarstary, Mrs. ArlburC. Bla.n. Hereafter, these aarstisg will b Maid regularly ones a month, and thars will be many matters of bnsinesi and pleasure discussed. K 1 zabethO jrdju i* tbe-pratty name tbat haa baen jfivan to the beauiitnl Ut ile daughter of Mr. and Mra. J. K Moore, at tbair borne on CJefrg at. Mra. Q. W Blantun la quite ill at har bom* on Norwien atrsat. Mra. Samuel Siur and iittl* aom, Misters Iradlev i,d Kobrt Suer, alter a pieaaaot Tint to frlaaJs in Atlanta, were expected turn-* yesterday. Mr, and Mrs. (See rgt Ralston are it bom* ic thaw waoy friends at tbs borne |oi Me. and lire. X C.loa* Kurwion ! oteet,>be.e they will lesids for the present' Mr, and Mr*, Wallers of Trey, N. Y. are the fueit of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Dunn. Tba tormar is a prominent ar*ro*hip owner. Mrs Charles Morris, of Waycroaa, ta ',lm: ,j Mu, Jobn C. Smith, BIDE TRACKED. It Pleased a Oood-8 zed Au Recce at at tbe Grand Last Night. A. Q Scanmon’s comedy drama, Side Tracked, With George Fredo in the leading rola was the attraction at tbe Grand iaat night, and seemed to thor oughly please a goud-size bouse. Toe attraction was felly up to tbe expeelatione and the specialUei, which was a special feature of tbe show, were all goad, and were well reoeiv.d The performance was full of faony climax es and tbe aodieDos was kept in one continuous laugstn* from rise till fell of tbe curtain. Mr. Fredo makes atypical tramp and bandies his part is good gbepe. Misi Hsyui Us, the lurch room girl, and who was tbe tramp’s best friend portrayed bsr part wall, ai did Iviigj Ccoile Lor faine, as Bessie Reynolds, The balan ce of tbe oast ell well, end the attrac tion was a very good one. ARE HOT AFi lit WILLIFGRD. Mershon, Ga , Feb. 28 —S. W. Willi ford, who shot Sitia Kimbrell Sunday night la the northern postion of this eouoty, is still *t large, but Bherlß J. R. Bsrier, with twenty-five or more deputies, has the entire settlement around Mershon surrounded, and hie ojpture is only looked on as but a mat ter of a few more hours. Williford only lives three-quarters of a mils from Merehun and Kimbrell, the man he shot, was a former resident of this place. Williford is tbe man who shot Charlie Steward, on Christmas night, 1806, bnt was acquitted, as there wars ao eye wi’nstse* to.the eriase Williford saye he never will bo ar rested, but will fight to tbs eud. are you satisfied with tbe[ way your ditties are cleaned and j prresed? J m Ca-ter understands how > to give these pleaamg touches. Send j your clothes to him, or ring ’phone j 263 2. A BARGAIN One lot new cotton mat-; tresses, first-class, for sale} cheap. Apply at once. J, W. Watkins, 2CB Bay street. KEEP YOURSELF STRONG And you wilt ward off colds, pneumonia, j fevers, and other diseases. You need to ; havo pure, rich blood and good digestion. 1 Hocd’s Sarsaparilla make3 tue blood rich and pure, as no other medicine can do. It tones the stomach, creates an appetite, and ! invigorates the whole system. You will j be wise to begin takmg it now, for it will keep you strong and well. Hood’s Pills are non-irritating. Price 25 cents. Jim Carter is the only man in htruns wick who can give you a drat-class job in dying clothing. Fur shots cal! at Smith’s, 213 New eisile street. T. POOL, Contractor and Builder, ! 119 South Stonewall Street, Brunswick, - Georgia New stork of laches shoes and misses #hoe9 at Smith’# old Bee IDve store. Order jour spring suit from Jim Carter. He represents the leading tailoring establishment in the oountry. EMPTY AND LOADED* SHE L_ L— * AMMDNITIOM, Sporting Goods, ILogebs’ Knives, Bicycle and Gun Repairing a Specialty at P.O. KESSLERS FOR RENT,—One nice, furnished room. Apply at 202 Union street. * New stock of shoes at Smith’s, 213 Newcastle. wJ. A. C2<OI—E: DENTIST OFFICE IN OPERA HOUSE BUILDING (up stairs ) Hours 8 to 1, from 2 to 4:30 Have your furniture moved by expe ienoed bands. New Town scabies. YOUR CLOTHING DYED at Jim Carter’s. ’Phene 253 2. A BAKGAIN. One lot new cottou mat tresses. first-class, for cheap. Apply at once. J. W. \Vatkins, 208 Bay *t. Stock of BRUNSWICK BOOK COMPANY Is being sold BELOW COST Stationery, Glassware. Pictures, Books, China. FOR SALE—Egg* for hatching from S. C. Brown Leghorns and barred Plymouth Rock*. Also sue Plymouth Rook Cockeral, pair Bleak Lsngsbuns, one pair B. B. Red gams Bantams (T. F McGiew’s stock.) Address phone 147-3. |Just Received A complete line of I DECORATED CPIINA j I Cups ond tteis | —and— IsreiKlQSl idDinierPiolesJ | Only 10c. Bach | .3 — -m?m GKEENWOUD’S (5 and IOC STORE -220 XEWCASTLEiST. JltKtO. I Just received a full line of ... . BOYS SUITS Men's Negligee Shirts Call and see them. J.H.HELIEB&BBO. * 314 Newcastle St. PURE WHISKEY Direct From Distiller to Consumer, % FOUR FULL QUARTS. Express Charges Prepaid, For $3.50. distillers sell to corguraer- direct 7 lioge who propose to sell you whifky ia this haatklSSl l, ,roi “} scllo oßl.v and selling again, thus naturally adding a wfcltfc buying of u- direct. Such whisky we oiler you for $.i.50 cannot De e sewhere for lea* than $5.00. and the low price a! which v e offer it saves you the addition ml adiflterations 8 ’ besiGCß S to you the certainty of puke whisky absolutely till References: National Bank or any business house in Brunswick. L. Goldsmith & Cos., Brunswick, • MMMi ~~ tf, J. LIsSNER, ' WHOLES \LE Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN / SPECIALTY. .1 216 Bay "Street. Brunswick, Georgia. : Furniture Safety See our prices for new and tasty designs in Carpets Matting and Bugs. CD. M'GiARVEIY CHINESE RESTAURANT ESTBLIBHED; 1889. CHUE HALL, Proprietor You can get the best the market affords by eating here 215 GRANT ST. W. H. BOWEN CONTRACTOR AMD BUIL.DER Of Stone* Brick and Frame Building. 5T.3 Manufacturer of CJtnent, Tile and.Artificial Stone. PHONE 254-4 mm 1111 flrMj When ih* liquids come from on \\faS ‘tuck. We carry such a fine line .Wines and Liquors i P of “ sl ble to find a brand ’ 2*sL'“-S ""j which is not pleasing in some point, IsfiL^y tS. t These poods are fully matured, jraS &'sSr'- la e have a fine rich body und rnelKW .3 Excellent for family or anyjnie. &- V- DOUGLAS. & 206 Bay Stred. Coney & Parker DEALERS ;K Coal and Wood, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths. Agents for Morris’ Brick. Phone 18- 525 Bay St. Cream of Kentucky —Whiskey— sl.oo per quart. It is the best. DOUGLAS & MORGAN, Agents, Brunswick, Ga: Jt isn’t wise to take a chanc# on a piece of FURNITURE you want to be sure; when you purchased an article of us >ou always have have that comfortable sense of security that goes with just a few things that areMhe best — you cannot make a mistake here whatever you buy, low est possible price and money back if you’re not satisfied.