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Treated, and properly fitted with glasses. Examination FREE. EIENNON MOTT, O. D. Graduate Owtician lli NtWO&Hl!* attest, inspector o Wtebe tor Houtuera Ktl.'wsy Time lif Wire AsUy from Washington K KKI’EK OF THE GITY CLOCKS. ONLY FOUR DOZEN LEFT. “You’ll Have to Hurry” id Gel Crown Sell Seal! Ml Jus el. FLEMING & WAFF’S, Exclusive Dealers in Remington Typewriters, Waterman’s Ideal Fountain Pens. Columbia Phonographs, Spalding’s Golf Goods. NAY? Beniamin Franklin Once Said “I only need to visit tha grave yard of a community to know the caraoier of the people.” is Your Lof Craditabis We can help you. We design and ixo*. cute anything ‘rent tha simple grave mark to the most elaborate monument or mans toleum For High Graded Work jS,We can save you money. Come and see ns is all we ask. REED LaMANUE Mgr. 512 Monk Street. J, J. LISSNER, WHOIiKS A I.K Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN L SPECIALTY 216 Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia. C. DOWNING, ritHSUiICNT. E. 11. MASON, VIOB-PKKSIimtTO. E. D. WAITER, CABFHEH THE NATIONAL BAKE OF BRUNSWICK, CAPITAL $150,000 LOANS—DISCOUNTS-—EXCHANGE—COLLECTIONS, -—safe mmrni fooee — nterest Allowed On in Savingß Depaitmei DIKKCTOKS JOSEPH W. BENNET, C, DOWNING, ALBERT FENDIG, Judge Brunswick Circuit, Pres. Downing Cos, of Brobston, Fendig&Co. W. G. BRANTLEY, E. H. MASON; E.'D, WALTER, M.'C. lltb Gs Dist. of E. 11. Msson &Cos . Cashier HENRY P, TALMADGK, Pros. Southern Pine Cos., New York A Whiskey Of Quality, Adopted to all cases of indisposi- Jgk tion requiring a HRS stimulating tonic, jgj||| Guaranteed and s&OFf/ow) solJ °nly by Ma/jniwrr HIM & iffift y&e). mm Mini. THE BRUNSWICK TIMES CALL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, mi SOCIAL 1 PERSONAL. While the people of Brunsvnok have enjoyed a delightful lummer la the way of temperature, the weather for Sep tember baa been the hottest known in tbe past tbirty-one year*. The beat has been exceptionally oppressive for the laat few daye. The mer eary has not climbed to a high figure, but the mark of humidity in tbe t'r has had the effeot of making every* body uooomfortable. Col. D. W. Krause bas moved into hie elegant new bouse oorner of Union and Mansfield, and now bas one of the handsomest and most commodious resi dences m tbe oity. Tbe friends of Mr. Russell a former well known young Bruns wiokisn, will be interested tbe follow ing from tbe Fort Valley Lesder: Mr. W. R. Branham and bride arrived in Fort Valley Friday from Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Branham have been married a little over a week and will spend the remainder of tbeir hon eymoon witb relatives and friends at this place. Mr. Branham is thorough, ly known and appreciated in this sec tion, a id bas bad quite a wide experi ence in newspaper work. He now bolds a position in the government printing office in Washington Ci y. Mr. David L KeLar has returned from a few months visit through many states. He reports having had a most enjoyable lima. Dr I N. Bishop has returned from visit to Buffalo and other points east, Mr. Clarence McDonald was resting somewhat easier yesterday, but is still suffering a great deal Irom his 1b juries. Mr. (Jus Hensel is atill Buffering greatly with bis orusbed band. Many will go to Savannah and return today for $1 via the B. & B. Miss Vivian Morris, one of Bruns wick’s popular young ladies, will leave Monday morning for Baltimore, New York and Old Point Comfort, Va. The many friends of Miss Ernestine Harris, will be pleased to learn that her annt, Mrs. Julius May, has plaoed her at a most beautiful con vent at New burg on the HudsoD. Mr. S. M. Cornelius returned last night from an extended trip to the Pan American exposition, Niagara Kails, Pittsburg and other points north. Mr. Morris Madden ia in the oity on a visit to his parents. Telegrtph Operator llenley, one of the |W. U. experts, returned last night from a pleas sot visit to Chatta nooga. A SUPERB GRIP CURE. Johnson’s Tonic is a superb grip cure Drives out every trace of grip poison from the syeieui Does itquick. With in an hour it eutere the blood and be gins to neutralise the effeots of the poison. Within a day it plaoes a grip victim beyond the point of danger. Within a week, ruddy cheeks attest return of perfect health Price 60 oents if it oures. Ask for Johnsons, Chill and Fever Tonic. Take nothing else. The Jolly Elks at oper* bouse Mon day night. New and novel. THE GREAT SCOUBGE ot modern time, 1, consumption. Many cures and discoveries from time to time are published but Foley's Hooey and Tar does truthfully olalm to cure all cases in the early stages land always affords comfort and relief In the very worst oases. Take no eubstitntos. w. J. Butt New specialties, splendid music, superb voices, at Elks oonoert Monday night. Sextette from Klotodora at opera house Monday night at Elks oouoert, CONGRESSMAN BRANTLEY JO SPEAK. Will Be One of the Guests at Tallulah Falls Exposition. Congressman Brantley will bs one of tbe dietinguished speakers at theTa'.lu lab Falls Exposition during this week. From September 17'.b to 20 h, this re markable fair wtll be run. The papers of the State have been quite liberal in tbeir notices of the exposition, taring especial attention to tbs mineral and hard wood wealth of nor.head Georgia and western North Carolina, which will be given to Ihs world by the ex tension 1 1 the Tallulah Falls rai.road. Tae managers have prepared a bitr show. The riches of the mountains, particularly minerals and hardwoods will be exhibited, and many attractions have been prrcired. A good vaudeville performance will run through the four days, Richardaors Brothers and other bands have been engag'd. Many dis tmguisbed speakers have prom esd to be there. The fair will be opemd by three governors, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina, That a'one will be worth the trip to Tallulah, To see the highest executive ot ihree such great states together is no oomrnon eighr, Tbe railroads give half rates which will make the trip to Taliuiah in reach of all. The B. B. and TANARUS, F. exposition offers one attractive never before offered by any-—Tallulah Falla. AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Tha Usual Services Will be Held Today by the Pastor. The usual services of public worship will be conducted today at tbe Presby* terian church by the pastor, who has just returned after an absence of three weeks. Tbe evening service will begin at 7:45, the morning service at the lix ed hour, 11 o’clook. A oordiai invitation is extended to all tbe members of tbe ohurcb and congregation and to tbe pnblio generally to attend all tbe services. The Coming Show. Manager Ollie Mack says the Mur. ray and Mack company is the best pay lug piece of theatrical property in America, and gives the following re&s ions to snbstautiate his claim : First, they have been on the road oontinually for fifteen seasons. Second, they have always pleased their many thousands of patrons thronghont the country. Third, their fun maVlog vehicle has al ways been kept up to ilie times witb novelties and innovations, miking it each year anew show, Fourth, they have never represented anything to offend, and oater to the ladies and chil dren. Fifth, the theater-going public ars always sure of enjoying a pleasant evening’s entertainment, and seeing what the management advertises. The one reason that everybody should s e Murray and Maok in their latest ooine dy “Shooting the Chutes,” is that it is new in Its entirety. Manageis Flem ing & Waff of the Grand opera house give their personal guarantee that Murray and Mick m "Shooting the Chutes’’ is one of, if not the best, farce comedy attractions they have ever booked. A FIREMAN’S CLOSE CALL. "1 stuck to my engine, although every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain,” writes C W Bellamy, a locomo tive fireman, of Burlington, lowa , "1 was weat and pale, without any appetite and all run down. As I was about to give, 1 got a bottie of Electric Bitters and, after aking it, 1 felt as well as I ever did in my life.” Weak, sickly, run down people always gain new life, strength and vigor from their use. Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists. Price 60c, PILES OF PEOPLE testify to the merit of Banner Salve is out ing piles It immediately relieves and quiokly cures. No other salve so healing, w. J, Butts. Yes Honey, Sweet and clear as the mountain dew- Just to look at it creates a longing to taste it. At our price every body can taste it often In Found Sections 12*c Stnflcd Oliyes uer bottle 10c Heinz Sweet Mies, at. 20e New Georgir Syren in Half and Gallon Cans. Specialties.^^ Choc* Gandies? Fancy Cakes Meats. Just received a fresh shipment of Doya Ham, Gal Braai Ham, Gold “ Boneless, Breakiast Bacon. Give us e Cali, We serve to Please Phone 158 WATcH This Space For Special Announcement. Mrs.lT. Isaac.. The Dry Goods Leader, 208—208 1-2 Newcastle, St. ..LKIIIII'LULU—I T!'™!" I if—l . ■ 1 .■■■ ■■ "J 11 ■■ "- 1 L, L" 1 ' ■B l 15 ll , l Lg Coney & Parker DEALERS IN Goal and Wood, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster. Hair, Shinglesfand Laths. Agents fcTMonis’ Brick. Phone 18 525 Bay St. "IT CERTAINLY IS GOOD,'’ The Famous —, Cream of Kentucky Whiskey- Try it, and You Will Agree With Us. It cost 25c a half pint, o()c a pint, and SI.OO per quart, and is sold in Brunswick, only by DOUGLAS & MORGAN. I. TRAGEK & CO., Distillers, Offices Cincinnati, Ohio, U- S,*A, Ml Sill, CORNER of E and G STS., —Will open— Monday, Sent. 3011,1901. TUITION: •’rim ary Grades, per month SI.OO Grammar “ “ “ 1,25 School * u “ 1.50 MISS IIA LI, ISO. BR‘ UtSTOX, Teacher, REV. C. G. BRADLEY. Warden. VIGILANT EN ROUTE. Handsome New Tow-Boat Will Soon Bs Here. President J. E. dußignon of tba South Atlantic Towing Company, an nounced last night that tog Vigilant was expected to leave Puiludalpbia yes day, and if she does not go out of her course to take a to 1 will re\oh bere about u sday, Tbe coming of this handsome new -.ow-boat is be l g awaited by many Branawickians wbo have heard so many g >od reports about her and on arrival a cordial welcome will be ex tended by Bruns wick’s shipping. White bean,?, y-llow eye beans, lima beaus and blackeye peas a-. Harper’s. 8-?ats on sale today at Fleming & Waff for Elks concert. G?t your Blackeye peas from Harper’s. "Tell M s Pretty Maiden” at The Grand Monday night, Eiki oonoer*. Seats for Elks concert reserved free at Fleming & Waff today.