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Ice Cream W. J. BUTTS, The Druggist, “On the Corner.” Agent—Huyler’s Candies, Eastman Kodaks. SF=>FRirsJC3 Has come and to prepare our system for the hot weather we should take a A Spring Tonic. We have all sorts to suit all people. We make a specialty of LOW PRICES. ICE CREAM TODAY. HDYLER Sand NDNALLY'S CANDY HUNTER-SALE DRUG COMPANY- Leading Druggists • UtHeGJrj The beautiful ftill-nickled'^^'^^^- BUCK’S ramce. Start now and see how many advertisements you can clip from the Brunswick Times-Call before June 10th, 1901. Don’t overlook this “ad” it counts in the contest And whatever you do, don’t forget to write your name. Bring them in each day. Thursday, April 18th, 1901, H. M. MILLER £ SON, Brunswick, Ga. AN OLD MAN was refused insurance by a company because he was 94 years old. “ W hat of that!” he cried; Look at your statistics; fewer persons die at L*4 than at any other age,” You see he was right but not reasonable! So, you are right when you say you can get along without Chase & Sanborn’s Seal Brand Coffee. But is it reasonable not to give this famous coffee a single trial? A wagon, you know, can get along without grease---but it goes hard- I have other high grades. THOMAB &EANY. FANCY GROCER PHONE 11. S~| 812 NEWCASTLE ST. Silver Dollars for 90c. Silver Dollar Shirts 90c. Silver Dollar Hats 90c. Silver Dollar Underwear 90c An abundance of other Dollar Goods which we offer for 90c during this week. Money Refunded as usual if not satisfactory. J. H. Heller & Bro. 314 Newcastle street". THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL BRUNSWICK, GA. THURSDAY MORNING-, APRIL 18,= 1901 GLYNN MAKES To the State A GOOD OFFER •111 (In Fin HuM lira fir a Eisuianl Hill ll Tils Mill.' SHIS SItS MHSIIi IMII!? III! 11l It is More Than Probable That the Next ’ Legislature of Georgia Will Decide to Establish The Station Here. The Atlanta Constitution of yester day said: The legislature has an opportunity to establish an experiments! station in the southern part of Georgia for the purpose of developing the sugar cane and cassava industries, as well as otbet agricultural products, Glynn county has offered to furnish any number of acres, up to 500, for this purpose, and invites the state to take the land and nse it for this pur pose free of cost. Nat only that, but Glyan county will furnish the labor necessary to do all the preliminary heavy work to get the land in shape for the purpose of suob a station, Glynn’s oonvicts are wonted on the public roads, and the county commis sioners stand ready to contribute their labor to put such a farm m shape as the s a’e may desire for the purpose. A'i this is set forth in a letter from Chairman C. D. Ogg, of the commie sioners of roads and revenues of Glynn oounty, to Commissioner O. B. S evens of the Department of Agri culture, leoeived yesterday, and is the result of tne action of the recent sugar cane and cassava convention held in Brunswick, at wbioh resolu tions were passed urging the .legisla ture to establish such an experimental farm as will deal with the problems relating to sugar cane and cassava, as well as all other products which are of importance to that section. CHAIRMAN OGG’d LETTER, Glynn oounty is anxious to have the experiment station, and the Bruns wick Board of Trade and the oounty commissioners have taken hold of it jointly. The following letter from Chairman Ogg, ef the Glynn county oommisaioneri, to Commissioner Ste vens, shows just what the people of Brunswick and Glynn county are ready and willing to do: Brunawiok, Ga., April 15, 1901, Hon. O. B. Stevens, Atlanta, Ga.— Dear Sir; We regret very much that you were not at Brunswiok on April 9 to attend our sugar cane and cassava convention Your worthy represen tative, Mr. Wright, has doubtless told you what a success the gathering was. I beg to Inclose you ooples of resolu tions passed bv the eonvention urging the establishment station in South Georgia, and it is a great pleasure to inclose also a copy of resolu i ins of our board of trade offering site in this oounty for same up to as muob as 500 acres of land. Our county has a farm of 168 aores, partly cleared. We would be gild to have you use just as muob of this farm as is Deeded, especially for your be ginning. We work our convloti on the roads, and keep part of them at work on this farm. We would be glad to have these oonviots put your ground in shape—in fact, do the heavy work for you. On behalf of the oounty, the board of trade heartily oonourrlng, I extend to you an invitation to visit us at your convenienoe. Yours very truly, C. D. OGG, Chairman Commissioners Roads and Revenues, Glynn County. BOARD OF TRADE’S OFFER. The resolution referred to by Chair man Ogg, passed at the convention, urging the legislature to establish such an experiment station in South Geor gia, has already been noted in the Constitution. The Brunswiok board of trade took the matter up at onoe, and announces its readiness to furnish the State all the land needed fur the purposes ot such station. The following is the reso'u tion passed by the board of trade : Whereas, The cassava and sugar aane eonvention held at Brunswiok, Ga., April 9, 1901, passed a resolution a.kirg the legislature of Georgia to appropriate funds for an experiment s ation in South Georgia for experi menting with cassava and sugar oane and other ngrioultural products suita ble to our soil and climate, Resolve !, That the board of trade of Brut s vlck, G'l, hereby offers to fur nish a suiabl' site to Glj no oounty, Georgia, to any cumber of aorss not exceeding 500 acres for suon station.” Commissioner Stevens is greatly pleased with this offer, and believes, in view of the desire of the people of South Georgia to push these industries, the legislature will not hesitate to make the small appropriation required for the purpose. He will probably go to Brunswick at an early date to look into the matter and secure information, so as to be prepared to tell the legislative committee all it desires to know on the subject. “The proposition is a trenerous one,” Colenel Stevens said, “and 1 have lit tle doubt that the legislature will be inolined to view it favorably. Sueh a station is needed to properly develop these products, which promises bo muob to the future of the southern part of the State.” PROF. BOONE ARRESTED. Manager Wolffe Swore Out a Warrant for Cheating and Swindling. Professor Boone seems to be as changeable as be Is wonderful. He announced from the stage Tuesday night that he would give another per formance last night, but when the people went to the opera house, they found it as dark as a dungi on. The fact of the matter is Professor Boone had an attraotien on the train, and whea it pulled out for Albany, the Professor forgot all about his engage ment, and left Mr. in tha soup up to his ears. ' had to face the music, and those went to see the show were told th’ft the bjpnotlst bad suddenly left. Mr, Wolffe fe't very badly over the disappointment to the theatre-going folks, and.swore out a warrant for Boooe for cheating and swindling, and the mind reader will have a chance to hypnotise the Justice of the Peace Monday, when he will be brought here and given a preliminary hearing, Fresh Outbreak Is Feared. PekiD, April 17.—The new Chinese army, numbering about twonty thou sand, is marching toward Chi Li and a fresh outbreak is feared, j Waldersee is alarmed and will send men forward the minut etbe Chinese start trouble. It was stated yesterday that Mr. Alfred Coatee had returned to the city with Col, and Mrs, McDuffie. This was an error, We have a nice line of ladies’ waists. J. H. Heller & Btwr nil u BE Off SB Mm Industrial Gato lai at Ptiilaflelpliia INTERVIEW WITH THOMPSON The Secretary Says All are Im pressed With the Importance of This Meeting. New Orleans, April 17.—Secretary N, F. Thompson, of tbe Southern In dustrial Association, has returned from Philadelphia, where he went to perfeot arrangements for tbe approach ing Southern convention, wbioh will be held in that oily June 11-14 prox. In an interview in the oily papers here, Colonel Thompson says that Philadelphia Is fully impressed with the iasportaDoe of this eonvention, and will leave nothing undone on her part to render it a brilliant suooese. All the oommerolal organizations and the oity officials are working in tbe ut most harmony and enthusiasm In be half of tbe convention, and It goes without eaying that Philadelphia will notably maintain her well earned prestige for hospitality on this ocoa sioa and the Southern delegatee will receive every possible attention. The convention will be an open one, and any one interested will be duly admitted to participate in its proceed ings. All persons desiring special Invita tions and programs can receive the same by applying to Secretary N. F. Thompson, New Orleans, La. NO PENSION MONEY. Treasurer Park Informs Pension Commis sioner He Has No Money for That Purpose. Atlanta. April 17.—Treasurer R. K. Park notified Commissioner of Pen sions J- W, Lindsay this morning that there was no money in the Btate treas ury to pay the new olau of widows’ pensions. Commissioner Lindsay called on Treasurer Park today to inquire If there weuld be sufficient mousy on hand to make the payment, but found out that there would be none, and it was very probable that there would bo none thle year. Mr. Park has not yet deolded wheth er bo will use the publie property fund, but in the event he does, it is very likely that there is not enough money in the treasury to psy tbe widows, as, aooording to the aot of the legislature tbe money was to be paid from funds in the treasury not otherwise appro priated. There is no money In tbe treasury and Commissioner Lindsay will issue oiroular letter at once to the various ordinaries of the Btate notifying them that, owing to the condition of the treasury, be will be unable to make the payment for the new olass of pen. ei on a until some time in the fell, and perhaps not then. A SLICK GAME. President Castro Wants Things His Own Way. Washington, April 17.—The United States, Germany, England and Spaia have refused to reoogniz9 Venezuela as a fitting tribunal to try oases in volving tbe elaims of foreigners against the government. Tbia deoislon of the above oountries le reached in accordance with the de cree issued by President Castro refer ring to an adjustment and payment of the foreign olalms arising from Vene zuela's last revolution, DISCHARGING For the B. & B CARGO OF IRON Siliimi nirn Adam It Mm il dm lit inllii 1 Cun 1111 HP! IK HUM ■nl n ® The Vessel Is Moored at the Foot of Gloucester Street and the Steel Rails are Bein<r Taken Out Very Rapidly. The discharging of the iron ite rap idly as possible m“ans that the vessel will faet off for another cargo all the sooner, and Col. Maohen is seeing that there is no delay in tbe work. A large number of eitizsns went down to see the work start, not that there was anything unusual about the vessel, but because they wanted to see the rails over which will come so much in the near future. The unloading goes merrily on, and every ring of the line steal rails seem to say, “For Brunswiok," As was reported in th-se columns yesterday, both Cal. Maohen and Col. MoDullie, who inspected the work of track buildi ng, were very much pleased REV. SAM JONES. Says He is Going to Stump Georgia for Prohibition. Anniston, Ala., April 17.—R*v, Sam Joues, who ii conducting revival ser vices hers, said today : “Thera are 187 ooantics in Gsorgia. The decent element of the State an count *n tne for IST spttchva dnrleg the campaign, Providenoe permitting, and there is a whole lot of fellows who will go to speaking and spend mousy along legitimate lines for the over throw of ths liquor treftio In Georgia. “I would not trust the average can didate of tbe court house ring as far as I can throw a cow pen by the gste. “The preaobere of Georgia realize, everyone of them who have enough sense to go mill, or religion enough to say grace at a table, that they bave got to remove obstaoles out of the war, or give up all Idea of progress, and so soon as the politicians see that the good people mean business, every diity little devil of them will either join our procession or take to the woods. They will take to temperance with the same avidity that they took to free silver a few years ago, and for the same reason they saw people were over on that side.’’ Whitney's Guests hail. New York, April 17.-Sir Edward and Lady Colebrooke, who were the guests of ex Secretary of the Navy Wm. C. Whitney for several months, sailed today on tbe “Deotsohland” for their native home. Onr linen goods cannot be surpassed in ths oity. J. H. Hellar & Bros. Satisfaction is Cheap at Any Price Said one of our customers, the other day, as he walked out of our store clad in anew suit. We always give the best for the least money. We carry a big line of blue serges, worsted, flannels in suits, and coats and pants from $7-50 to $12.00, A laige line of Straw Hats to select from. Don’t forget the Men’s Shirt waist LEVYS PRICE FIVE CENT 8 with what is dons so far, and speak in the highest terms of Capt. Roberts’ ability. The schooner Warren Adams was moored at the Plant System wharf,'foot of Gloucester street,and a large force is busily engaged in discharging the cargo of rtosl rails for the Brunswick and Birmingham Railroad Company. A large number of BrunswiokiaDs went down there yesterday to see the work, and one of onr most influential business men remarked : “That ia cer tainly a pleasant sight. It does look nioe to a man who really loves his home beoause the building of this road Is Brunswick’s salvation.” MILL WORKERS PLEASED. Delighted at the Prospects of a Strike in the Works of the Trust, MoKeesport, Pa , April 17.—The mill worker* are enthusiastic over the news from the advisory committee of the 'Association of Steel and. Iron Workers to the edict that a general strike would be soon ordered at the mills of the steel ana iron trust. Tranks at cost. A few more left. J. H. Heller & Bre, liMttis... We are now comfortably situ ated in our new quarters In Kaiser block, next to postof floe. We respeotfnlly solicit our share of your patronage. Brunswick Bank l Trust Cos, H, W, Gals, Cashier- Church School OF Southern Georgia Bt. Jude’s (Episcopal) Brunswick. =From Kindergarten to College— Latin, French. Higher Mathematics, Shorthand, Music, Typewriting and Bookkeeping'. Jennie Cassil, PRINCIPAL.