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PRESENTS, Suitable for Easter. Call and Look You are welcome- KENNON MOTT, Jeweler and Graduate Optician < 111 NswoutU Street, Inspector ot Watches for Southern Ballway. Time by Wire dally frem Washington K JCKFKR OF THE ITY. CLOCKS. What is Imagination ?J Thinking you can bay anything .In oor lina asobeap elsewhere ai bare. You can’t do it—we’ll oonvinoe yon if you’ll oome and see ns. : : : : : : We’re “booked ap’’ to give you service too. Fine Memorial Work, Hard Wood Mantles, Grataa.'Tlling.lroo Fencing. REED E. LaMANCE, Mgr. 612 Monk Street. Waterman’s Ideal Fountain Pens --at— FLEMING A. WAFF'S. photographers Supplies h Pine Stationery The Public Invited. We earnestly invite one and all to send us your clothing to be cleaned, pressed or re paired for EASTKR. We turn out only first class work and our charges are reasonable. Resp’t. Bnswich (Mi i Pressing Cos., Phone 358 3 504 Monk street. Jas. G. Carter, Manager. C. DOWNING, President. E. H. MASON, Vice-President. E. D. WALTER, Cashier THE NATIONAL BANK OF BRUNSWICK, CAPITAL $150,000. LOANS—DISCOUNTS—EXCHANGE—COLLECTIONS. SAFE*BEFOSITiBORE2 FOR:REE- Interest Alkvud On Deposits in Savings Deiartmtr DIRICCTORB JOSEPHiW, RENNET, C. DOWNING, ALREimVENDin —• Judge Brunswick Circuit, Pres. Downing Cos, of Hrohston, Fcndig A Cos. W. G. BRANTLEY, E. H. MASON; E.'D. WALTER, M.'C. 11th Qa. Diet. of E. H. Mason A Cos. Cashier. HENRY P, TALMADQE, Pres. Southern Pine Cos., New York T’his is the smooth and M I ‘ ts Pl um^' n ? work you I prices and then come to me ■■lll 111 I nnt^say w^ia^you t° p ay IKjliil I also make your own terms. I u - 8 ® n ° >^ ™ a ” ||(jjjf I r I give a written guarantee to keep plumbing in repair for two years, free of .charge. . y\ m I I - Oldest and Only Reliable Plumber'inßßrunswick Established 1885. J THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-OALL. APRIL 9, 1901 WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE. Man Will Be Put to Sleep For Fifty Hour* In Show Window. The Boone-Yaki Cos„ will begin an engagement of two nights commencing on Monday April I7tk. They will pre sent Prof. Boone, the noted mind read er and hypnotist, who kaa created a great sensation all over the country where ever be ha* appeared. Several times be bai buried men alive and after several day* they bave been exhumed and feund all right. On this coming Saturday night, be will at 7:30 p. m. place a man to sleep in in the window of Bntt’e drug store and the youog man will remain in a state ol hypnotism an- til 8:80 p. m. Monday evening On Mon day afternoon at 2*30 o’olook be will perform one of the greatest feats of mind reading, in driving blindfolded a team through the streets of the city in searoh of a hidden objeot. Seats a e now on sale. Tbe coming of Prof. Boone the noted t mind reader and hypnotist is creating quite a talk; tbe Professor doe* every thing that he ie advertised to do, One of Butt’s show windows is being prepared for tbe eubjeot who Boone will pntin bypnotio sleep on Saturday night. To Give Away A Fine Stove. Messrs. H. M. Miller and son, tbe up to date furniture dealers, will start a coupon contest for a stove In Wed nesday's issue of cbe Timk Call, These gentlemen will have a coupon la every issne of the paper from April 10 to June 10 aod tbe little girl who pre sente the largest oumber will be given a little Buok range. The eeoond prize will be a wblte enamel doll dressar, third prize a child's roeker. Tbe cou pons will be dated same day as the pa per and must be presented on tbe day following. Will Be Here. Hon. J. P Brown aooepted the In vi. tatlon of the Board of Trade and will attend the Cane and Caseava conven* tion. Col. ltrown, who la reoognixed all over the United States ae one of the most euooeaeful farmers of the South, has boen honored by the Georgia State Agricultural Society as its president tor a longer poriod than any man who has ever filled the ofiioe. He ie also a member of the railroad oommisalon, Brunswick ia glad to have Mr, Brown as her gnet. bix nr CENTS. Beys one good load of wood, eawtd and split to order, delivered In your yard. Blood worth A Joner, Phone 306. Easter At Cypress Mill. At Cypress Mill on Kaster quite an interesting exeroise was held oonaietlng of songs and reoititations called ‘'Eas ter Echoes" and “Re.urreotion.” Mr. Porter assisted with readings and eorip ture and prayers. At the olose of the service Mrs. Collar presented Eoeter oard* end deoorated eggs to the mem be-e of the school. Great cr.dit Is doe both auprintendent and children. Meeting' Notice. Tbe ladies of tbe Oak Grove Cemetery society are requested to meet iho ceme tery this morning at 3 o'olook and again at asms place Wednesday afternoon at 8 o’olook. Tbe regolar weekly meeting will be held at the oity ball Saturday afternoon at 3:45 o’clrok. All members are requeued to be present at these meetings. STOVE WOOD. Delivered at fij cents a load, eawed and split to order. Blood wortb Jones, Phone 306 Grand opening Millinery Goods Mrs. Earle, 203 Newcastle street, ie preparing to show tbe best and most siylLU assortment of Hats trimmed and readv to wear in the oity. Infants Caps and all kinds of Fanoy Goods. Ladies respectfully invited. WOQDN’T YOU BUY? Stove wood at 60 oeots per load? Blood wortb A Jonca, Phone 300. SPECIAL BARGAINS. Our lot of Silk Waists at $2,95. Our lot of satin stock collarsjin all shades at 10c. Whitejhemstitched hand kerchiefs, l in. hem at 3c. Our lot of L' Lace Collars worth 50c at 20cleach. Gilt Belts at Leather Belts from 15c up. MRS. M. ISAAC, 208. Newcastle St. HALL & SIMPKINS, lob Mi io toil Furniture Packing, Carpet 1 Cleaning, Upholstery," especially, Our work Guaranteed. GMI lifts 1 11 / 506 Msonk St. P. DEVARIS, Gocerics. i Country Product i l —Vegetablss- ttc. t Also Gonfoctlonoris MONK STREET. %RUNBWICK. GA ' * * EMPTY AND LOADED S I —l EEZ L_ L. €3, AMMUNITION, Sporting Goods, Rogers’ Knives, * Bicycle and Gun Repairing a Specialty at P. O. KESSLERS ATTENTION! Have just * received the finest line of New Wheels ever seen in Brunswick. 50 new Ones to Pick From. We can save you $?-00 on every wheel you buy. Repairing, renting and einaneling. Message service, PIANOS AND ORGAN Ifrlyou want a good Piano or Organ' j buy a Ludden.&lßates B. J. OLEWINE, Aent WOOD “TO BURN." Sawed and eplit to order for GO cents per load. Blood wortb A Jonee, Phone 306. For Whooping Cough use CHENEY’S KXPECrORANT LOCAL AHD_PEBSOHAL( Mr. J, R. Eaton is spending some time in tbs oity. Mr. C. L. Davenport spent Sunday in tbe oity. Mr. Mike Brown of Charleston is spending some time in the oity. Hon J. Pope Brown came down from bl home In Hawkinivllle last night and is the gnest of of Dr. W. B. Bor roogbs. D-. W. B. Burroughs, chairman of the Cane and Cassava convention recep tion oommittee, requests all members of bis oommittee to meet the trains this morning. Tbe white labor onion will bold an important meeting at their*ll to night and every member is urged to be present as there is a great deal of bus* iness to be attended to. Hustling Representative. Mr. Ralph Smith, travelling repre sentative of tbe Atlanta Daily News is here in the interest of this excellent ebeet and will give the Cane and Cas* sav* convention a great deal of promi nence in bia paper. The News, since it first started, has been a friend o Brunswick and bat never fa led to pub - lieb an item which would benefit tbia oity. Should Be Repaired. For several days a busied sewer pipe has been filling the tho street near tbe residence of Judge Jan e< T Bsinbrigbt with water and the same should be re paired at ouce. Beside - being unheal by it makes the street sloppy. Easter Seryices, At all the houses of worship Sunday the services were interesting and the pastors and those who assisted them were vere very much pleased with the congregations. At some of the churches every pew was occupied. FOR OLD AGE To the old, as to babies, the even balance of health is more important than anything else in the world. The possible health, in age, is not high and strong; il is only even. There is no end, but death, to the trouble t' at comes of its loss. It Ought to be watched like a baby’s. Their future is short: but oh how it turns on comfort! on whether the wrinkles are wrinkles of p..in or of long se rene enjoynu v.i ! Scott's emulsion of eo i-liver oil—for very old nrd very young in differ . ' ways —is the food to sc cure this even condition of herd.’... We’ll send you a iiuklo try, if you like. SCOTT & 60W NE, Pearl street, New York. FOR SALE.—One six-room bouse and furniture in tbe eame, corner Howe and Kjvnoiils streets, Cheap for cash. One six room bocee, number 135 S. Albany street. Easy terms One vaoanl lot, 86x100 on Monk street. Cheap for casb. B. H. Dnmels. STRIKES A RICH FIND. “I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility," writes F. J. Green, of Lan caster, N- H. “No remedy helped me until I began using Eleotrlo Bit ters, wbiob did me more good than all tbe mediolnes I ever used. They have • Iso kept my wife in excellent health for years. Site says Electric Bitters sre just splendid for female troubles; that they are a grand tonio and invig orator for weak, run dowu women. No other melieine oso take its plaoe in our fsmily.” Try them. Only 50c. Sstlsfs ction guaranteed by all drug gists, A. DOLAN, DR. V. S. ill Disuses oi u Horse, Cow Af-JCD— Dog Treated. Office at Mitchell & Thomas Livery Stable. LADIES DRESSES, are properly cleaned and dyed at Jim Carter’s. No body else oan give yon satisfaction. DON’T LET OTHERS FOOL YOU. Ring phone 253 3or call at 504 Monk street. STRAIGHT TALK -SOR STRAIGHT WHISKEY. Our whiskey is straight And our gauge is true. Did you ever see whiskey goaged? It’s ao interest ing sod instructive operation and we would like to have you come in and see it done. Oor gnage ie a msrveloos little .instrument and quickly tells if any imperfeotion exists. We use it to test of the liquors we eel) end are there* by enabled to gnarantee tbelr purity and standard. Our Barley Malt at sl,2£ a quart, or Genuine Old Simpson’s at 75c a quart goes as far again a others. L. Goldsmith & Cos., Phone 194, 1300;]Gloucester Street. Furniture Safety See our prices for new and tasty designs in Carpets Matting and Hugs. CZt. M‘GARVEY CHINESE RESTAURANT ESTBLISHEI)iIBS9. CHUE HALL. Propfletor You can get the best the market affords by eating here 215 GRANX OT. W. HL BOWEN OONTRACTOR AMO BUIL-DER Of Stone? Brick and Frame*' Building, Manufacturer*of L ament, llle and Artificial Stone- PHONE *54-4 / 1 "■ ” ■■■" ''"ij" C oney & Parker DEALERS iN Coal and Wood, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shinglesfand Laths. Agents for Morris’ Brick. Phone 18- 525 BavS: Cream of Kentucky —Whiskey— sl.oo per quart. It is the best. DOUGLAS & I MORGAN. J Agents, ||Brunswick, Ga: FOR SALE 27 D welling Houses. On Easy Terms Now is the time to buy you a home. Come at once. This offer is for 30 days only. Apply to J. W. WATKINS, 208 Bay Street- 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 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.