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MR. KENNON MOTT, Brunswick. Ga. DEAR Slß'. The glasses you fittted toiny eyes some time ago have given m* perfect satisfaction, and I advise any one who may be suffering from their eyes to consult you* Hoping that you may continue successfully, 1 beg to remain, Yours very truly, C. H. DUDLEY, SR.. St. Simon Mills. Mk* KENNON MOTT. CITY. DEAR SIR:— I beg to advise you, that the glasssea you fitted to my eyes, have given perfect satisfaction. Yours very truly. Roscndo Torras. We adjust glasses properly, and give treatment. Consul ation and examination frre. We have glasses from 25c up per pair. Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry of all kinds, etc Repairing and Engraving KENNON MOTT, O. D. EYE SPECIALIST. 11l Ntwc&sUs fctreat, Aipeelore Wetohee for BonUern Railway. Time hy Wire ilelly /ram Wueiterto* KKKPKK OF THE CITY CLOCKS. Now Is Your Chance To BUya Camera Cheap, To reduce our present stock wwill sell, for the next fifteen days, any of our Cameras at 20 per cent discount for CASH. A large assortment to select from, embracing Pocket Folding, Film and Plate Cameras of all kinds. Come early and gee the be>t. FLEMING & WAFF'S. SAY? Benjamin Franklin Once Said “I only need to visit the grave yard of a community to know the car&cter of the people.” Is Your Lot Creditable We can help you. We design and exe cute anything from the simple grave mark to the mo3t elaborate monument or mans soleum.' For High Grade Work We can save you money. Come and see us is all we ask. REED LaMANUE Mgr. 512 Monk Street. W. H. BOWEN AMOBUII CD EEI FR * Of Stone? Brick and Frame* Bui Id in a, Btanuf&cti'rer of Cement, Til® and At tl tidal Stone- PHONE 254-4 J. J. LXSSNER, WUOT.KSAI.K Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN t SPECIALTY 21*3 Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia. This W Whiskey Is of standard proof and quality and particularly adapted to all cases of in l / y disposition requiring a pure dialttmcre stimulating tonic d^?//C^. For sale only by, DOUGLAS & MORGAN, Bruuswck, Ga THE BRUNSWICK TIMES CALL. SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1901 SOME SOCIETY NEWS. What is Going On in Brunswick’s Gay Social World. BY MART M’NISH BURROUGHS, Mr. Samuel Cough, of Dalton, la •pending some time on St. Simon island, tba guest of her daughter, Mrs. O. J. Orr, at her cottage on the beaob. Mr, and Mra. L. Johnson, of Way ofoss, era among the vfiitora to St. Simon island, (pending iom time in the cottages. Miss Nell Laoblisoo has returned to her home in Darien, after some time on St. S mm island, (he guest of Miss Roberta Cook et bar pretty oottage. Mra. H. R. Hopkins expects to leave about the drat of August for Buffalo, Baltimore, Washington and ether places of interest to spend several weeks. Misses Fannie and Mary Aiken, of Pensacola, are reoeiving many atten tions on St. Simon island, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Atken at their cottage. After a visit to friends at Olenburn, Pennsylvania, Miss Constanoe Butts is now spending some time at Wilkes barre, and expects to vlait Boston for several weeks before returning to ber borne in Brunewiok. Two pretty wedding* In Darien in the Dear future will be of interest to many friends in Brunswiok of tbe young people, all of wbom are well known here. Mrs. J. A O. Cook, of Valdosta, ia spending some time on St. Simon island, the guest of her sister, Mrs, M. A. Cook, at ber cottage. Mias Minnie Marks leaves today for Atiania, where abe will spend some time with her sister, Mrs. Ed Gersbon, and then go to Birmingham for several weeks before returning to Brunswiok. Many friends regret to know that Mr, Stetson Fleming oontinues quite ill at his home on Grant street. Mrs. M. P. King and Miss Mai King are expected homo tomorrow, after sev eral weeks on St. Simon Island, tbe gueet of Mr. and Mr*. F. D. Aiken at their oottage. Mist Etta Rotbseblld, of Ssvannafa, ia expected in Brunswiok tbia week, to spend some time the attraotivh guest of Misa Flora Marks at her home on E street boulevard. Many friends are glad to know that Mrs. G. V. Cates, who was so ill In Fort Valley a few days ago, is improv ing, and that Dr. Cates, who was called by her illness, is expected home eoon. Mrs, S. Msrke leaves today for At lanta, where she will spend sometime the guest tf her daughter, Mrs. Ed Gersbon, at her home. Mrs. Ed Fleming and little son, attar a visit to Brunswiok, return to their home in Jacksonville this week. Mrs. J. B. Game and ohildren are spending several pleasant months in the mountains of the Carolines, and will oe Joined shortly by Mr. Game, who will spend bis vaoetion with them. Mrs. M. J, Colson is spending several days in Brunswiok from St. Simon, where she is spending the summer the guest of ber sitter, Mr?, M. A. Cook. A delightful aft'iir a few evening ago was the party given by Mrs. James Mason, at her home on Albany street, in oompliment to her nieoe, Miss Fan nie Holt, of Jacksonville, who is spend ing some time in Brunswick, Mrs. L. E Ellison, of Columbus, is spending some time ia Brunswick, tbe g jest of Mrs. Alfred Christie at her home near the boulevard, where she is making many friends. Many friends regret to know that Mrs. H. L. Hine continues quite ill at her home on Gloucester street. Mrs, J. C. Wilder, of Maoon, is spending some lime in Brunswick the guest of friends. A pleassut meeting of tbe Eastern PITHY PERSONALS POINTEDLY PDT, Dailr Doings Deftly Do scrlbed. mm scooped. The Tales the Type Truthfully! Tell to The Thrifty Throng. I saw her in the ballroom, A figure moat divine, A shape that Venus might have liked, Superb in every line. I saw her at the seaside; The contrast made me aigb, I cannot help believing now That“flguroa”often lie. A. —Baltimore American. Mr. J. F. Drake, of Atlanta, is ref* istered at the Oglethorpe. Mr. C. F. Smith, of Lumber City, waa in the oity yesterday. Mr. E. M. Boyd, of Blakely, Ga., spent yesterday la the oity. A large number of oountry folks were In the oity yesterday. Tne rain laet night played bavoo with the merchant* Saturday night business. Mr. HC. Paws:l, of Atlanta, was among yesterday’* arrivals at tbe Oglethorpe. There were only a few arrests in police circles last night. Things were unusually dull on account of the rain. Rev. W. M. Hunter, of Blaoksbear, arrived in the eity yesterday and is the guest of Rev. W. F. Hollingsworth at tbe Oglethorpe. Messrs. L. Piokard and W, L. Mura row, oame down from T.fton yesterday and will go to S'. Simon this morning to spend some time. Mr. Leon A. Wilson oame dow from Waycrcss yesterday and will spend today with his family, who ars spend ing some time on S„ Simon. Hessie No. 1 will leave Mallory wharf at 9 a. m. on Sunday for Cumberland, returning at 6 p. m. Fare, including street car iare and dinner, $1.25. Messrs. Arthur Clarae and Andrew Calhoun raised through tbs oity last night en route to Atlanta, from Cum berland, where they have been spend ing some time. Star Chapter a few evenings ago was terminated with a big watermelon cat ting. The meetings through the earn mer from t is time on will be devoted more to pleasure than work. There will be cool refreshments served at eaoh one, and tbe first meeting in Aug ust will be devoted to ohildren. There will be musio, readinge and recitations, and delightful refreshments served. Edwin Renbeu is the name given the bright little son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Fendig. *'•**" At the Oglethorpe. Among the arrivals at the Ogle thorpe yesterday were: J F Drake, Atlanta; C F Smith, Lumber City; J W Boston. Richmond, Va.; E M Boyd, Blakely; P A Allen. Chicago; AJ Bowron, Birmingham; Arthur Clarke and Andrew Calkoon, Atlanta; R S Patter ion, Danville, Va.; L Pickard and W I. Marrow, Tifton; Lecn A Wilson, Waycros*; HC Powell Atlanta; Rev. W M Hunter, Black sbear, WANTED—Young lady to work in dry goods store; one that understands the business preferred. Apply at 202 Newoattle street. Tbe silks at H. V. Addeiiey’s are from first hands and notanotion trash. Tbe loveliest patterns of summer silks at reduced prices. H. V. Adderley. FOR RENT—One furnished room, 496 G street. Season End Sale at J. H. Heller A Bro. Come early and avoid the rash. Sea son end bargains. J. H. Heller & Bro. THE M’KENDREE REVIVAL. Good Work Continues and Large Congre gations Attend. In spite of the rain and lightning quite a number were present at Mo kendree eburob last evening to bsar Rev. Mr. Leitoh. He took for bis text the words, “Have faith in Gjd,"and made a most Impressive talk, which waa followed by a conaeoration service, the great majority of those present offering themselves to the Lord for ehristian work in winning souls for Christ. Today there will be three services— at 11 a, m.and 4 and Bp.n. Mr.Leitob will do tte preaching and bis co worker, Mr. Fred Marshall, will have charge of tbe singing, Tbe meeting will oontlnue tbrougb the coming week. There will be two •ervioes a day at 4 in the afternoon and 8 in tbe evening. Mr. Leitoh has a wonderful bold upon bia congregations, and by his simple presentation of gospel trntb, sends oonviotion borne to tbe hearts of his hsarers. The publio generally is extended a special invitation to attend the ser vices today. HESSIE TO CUMBERLAND. Cumberland Route Has Arranged to Run the Hessie on Sunday. This will be an exoellent opportunity to visit this popular resort, tbe rate baviog been reduoed to $1.25 for tbe round trip, including dinner and oar fare. Hessie No. 1 will leave Mallory wharf at 9 a. m„ and leave Cumberland at 6 p. m Successful. Hannon Mott, the jeweler and eye doctor, ia having wonderful euooass In treating eyre, and among tbe hundreds he has treated all have fclven entire satiafaotUn. In bisliua of duty Mr. Mott keeps the latest and b ■ , and be now has in a r.ios line of diamonds. S stands (or season end sale Sure enough bargains at J. H. Heller & Bro. The El Balooo keeps all k'nds of oigarettes. Tbe finest iunob in ibe oi'y strved at the Elk saloon every day, 11 to 1. $1.25 Sunday rate to Cumberland, includ ing street car fare and dinner. Tbe sllka at H. V. Adderley’s are not uheap silks, but good silks cheap. Tbe finest meats in tbe oity at C. Arnhsitei’s FOR SALE—To ab'e bidder, one 9 room house, situated on TJjion street between Gloucester and Mane field. Apply R. R. H pkms. FOR RENT—Private family will rent three unfurnished rooms to respeo table couple; nioe house and goo 1 lo cation. Address X, oare Timee-Call. Heine sweet pioklea in bnik at Har per’s, ’phone 158. N. V. latest “Pcrfeoto” cigarettes at the Elk aaloon. If yon want your jewelry repaired, gi to Mott’e. Fresh vegetables every day at C. Arnheiter’s. If you want an up to date lunch go to the Elk—ll to I—today. FOR RENT—A 5 room bouse, good locality. Apply L. A. M'ller. Bay St Give us vonr orders, see bow quiuck you will get them from Harper's, ’phone 1?8. We are aever idle, always busy sell ing or opening new goods. Harper’s ’phone 158. If yoa want glsascs, go to Mott’s. If you want Jewelry, go to Mott’s, If you want silverware, go to Mott’s, Have you seen those bargains that are offered at tbe season end sale? J. H. Heller & Bro. Season end bargains at season erd said. J. H. Heller & Bro. Tbe sort at Cumberland is tbe finest on the Allantio ooast. The tide will be right for flood tide bathing Sunday afternoon. Hessie No. 1 leaves Mallory warf at 9 a. m., and returning leaves Cumberland at 6 p. m. NEW NEW ON ICE By tomorrow’s New York steamer w: will receive ON ICE a full line of German Delicatessen and Lunch eon Specialties, FISH. Fine Salt Mackerel, Fine Columbia River Salmon Fine Imp French Sardines, Fine Imp Russian Sardines, Fine Broiled Brook Trout in Tomato Sauce, Fine Mackrel Sauced in cans Fine Kippered Herring in cans Fine Imported Anchovis, Fine Russian Caviar. SAUSAGES Fine Bolognas’, Fine Salami, Fine Cervelate, Fine Vienna Sausages, Fine German Pompernickel bread Fine Bohemian Rye bread. We also keep a General line of Fine Groceries* Give us a trial, we guarantee satisfaction, B. NUSSBAOM DELICATESSEN STORE. Next to Smith’s Pharmacy. Phone 257-3 303 Newcastle Street. It’s Up To You! We want money and have loads of first-elass goods upon which we are going to SACRIFICE OUR PROFITS to get it. We tell you this concisely and leave it entirely to your good judgement as to whether you take advantage of this Sale of Seasonable Dry Goods all during the week, beginning July 15th No lieodina Prices—No non Moms but good honest treatment and every article in our stock marked down. These prices will give you an idea. Ladies Shirt Waists, white and colored, worth 50c at 29c Ladies Skirts worth $1.50 at 87c* Bleaching 31.2 - Calicoes 3 l>2o- This is no “Bargain (?) Sale” but a bona-fide every day business with the piofit cut out; Don’t Miss It. Mrs. n. Isaac. - 208 1-2 Me wc as tie, St. ‘ !-- ■ JL , . I C. DOWNING, President. E. H. MASON, Vice-President. E. D. WALTER, Cashier THE NATIONAL BANK OF BRUNSWICK, CAPITAL $150,000 LOANS—DISCOUNTS—EXCHANGE—COLLECTIONS, :=aa— BOXES TOR RENT, nterest Allowed On Deposits in Savings Deraitn en directors JOSEPH W. BENNET, C, DOWNING, ALBERT FENDIG, Judge Brunswick Circuit, Pres. Downing Cos, of Brobston, Fendig A Go, W. G. BRANTLEY, E. H. MASON; WALTER, M.'C. 11th Ga. Dist. of E. H. Mason & Cos. Cashier. HENRY P, TALMADGE, Pres. Southern Pine Cos., New York ill ARE YOU FEELING BADLY? £ M ►PRICKLYASH BITTERN 3 W. J. Butts, Kentucky Is Famous For its Beautiful Women, Thoroughbred Horses. OURS IS -and Fine Whiskies. THE CREAM Whiskey. Meaning the Cream Production of the State. I, TRAGER &CO., Distillers.; This Whiskey is on sale at 2£c half pints, 5Cc pints, SI,OO quarts, at DOUGHS & MORGAN. Agents. Brunswick, Ga: CHEESE Fine Imp Swiss, Fine Fromage du Brie, Fine New Uhatel, Fine Philadelphia Cream, Fine America Cream, MEATS Fine Roast Beef, Fine Chipped Beef, Fine Spiced Beef, Fine Shoulder Spiced, Fine Smoked Tongues. Fine Roll Spiced Beef, Fine Beef Fat.