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Treated, and properly fitted with glasses. Examination FREE. KENNON MOTT, O. D. Graduate Outician -111 Mnrruui Btr.tt, >pctor W.tohe* for Hoothern Billwif, Tim* y Wtr. dally from Wnebtagto K KKI’ER OF THE CITY CLOCKS. / ONLY FOUR DOZEN LEFT. “You’ll Have to Hurry’’ is i crown sell seolino lit Jars si FLEMING & WAFF’S, Exclusive Dealers in Remington Typewriters, Waterman’s I deal Fountain Pens. Columbia Phonographs, Spalding’s Golf Goods. NAY? Beniamin Franklin Once Said “I only need to visit the grave yard of a community to know the caraoter of the people.” Is Ycur Lot Creditable We can help you. We design and exes cute anything from the simple grave mark to the most elaborate monument or mans ■oleum- L For High GradelWork fcWe can save you money. Come and gee us is all we ask. REED LaMANUE Mgr. 512 Monk Street. J. J. LJ&SNER, WHOUEBAI.K Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN A SPECIALTY 216 Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia. C. IXtWNINi;, FwtSIOKNT. E. H. MASON, VXOB-FRKSIDBNT. E. D. WALTER, CASHIBB THE NATIONAL BANK OF BRUNSWICK, CAPITAL $150,000. LOANS —DISCOUNTS —EXCHANGE—COLLECTIONS, -—SAFE DEFOSITiBOEES FOB'RENT, nterest Allowed On Deposits in Savings Oepartmer I> IRBJCTOKS JOSKI’II W. BENNET, C. DOWNING, ALBERT FENDIG, Judge Brunswick Circuit, Pres. DowningCo, of Brobston, Fendig &Cos W. G. BRANTLEY, E. H. MASON; E..D. WALTER, M.’C. 11th Os, Dist. of K. H. Mason & Cos. Cashier HENRY P, TALMADGE, Pres. Southern Pino Cos., New York A Whiskey Of Quality, Adopted to all B A cases of indisposi tion requiring a stimulating tonic. Guaranteed and S&CV-'f/oTf) sold on *y by Af//tmrrr DOUGLAS & MORGAN, . snufiek, toft THE BRUNSWICK TIMES CALL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1901 HI 111 PHIL The moat flattering praise Is being showered} upon the famous original Irish comedians, “Murray and Maok, for their clever and etirely original methods shown in farce comedy of e unique order which has been ohrieten el “ Shooting the Chutes ’. The Darien and Sspelo Pilot Boat Company met on the 6Lh instant and pefeoted an organization by eleoting the followingoffl err: Directors, Mess. Thomas A. Bailey, Wm H Strain, Jas. R. Jussaiy, M. J Dean, and John Hagan; president. Thomas, A. Bjile.’; secretary and treasurer, Wm. B Strain.—Darien Gazatte. In about a year Brunswiok will hate a beautiful new hundred thoueard, dollar oustom house. Congressmen Brantley is an honor to Brunswick and the 11th distriot. Brunswiok especially should be proud of him.—Darien Ga zette. “Shooting the Chutes,” which has been one of the most wholesome suo oesees for the past three years, will b given at the Grand tomorrow night It will be produced with a strong oast, speoial soenery, mechanical effacts which promises one of the best attrac tions on the road. SUBSCRIBERS TO THE LYCEUM. See If You or Your Friends Are On The List. Below will bj found a list of those who, up to the present time, have sub- scribed for season tickets for tbe Brunswick Lyceum ci Even a hasty glance will show that it is made up of many of Brunswick’s best people, In A’lanta and other places of culture the lyceum a’traoiions bring togetber a larger iamber of tbe city’s best peo ple than any that comes to the opera bouse during the season. No doubt this will be true of Brunswick this sea eon. Another lift will be published shortly of those who are yst to sub scribe, for many hava not yet been seen: Hon W G Brantly, Krv J J Perry, DJ Dillon TJ Wright, LTMcKinncn, D W K'auss, Th F Winter, J Stovall Smith Kennon Molt, DDA kinson, H F Dunwody, C H Sbeldon, J G Wilson, E 1) Walter, W R Cox. A Rigtrsbe, JJ Vickers, A V Wood, J A Wright, Frank Staoy, CDOgg, E L MoGougac, K B Tupper, JS Raymond, _ Dr. Blanton, FA Wretch, G W Cline, C P Goodyear, ]r. T W ’Causey, JS Wright, HFduß'goon, A O Townsend, N Emanuel, J T Golem, F E Twitty, G W o)^?>s, W H Davos, C D I’arker, KKLaMano 9 , Dr Go wen, J R Knjbb, C Miller, DrCnrietie, Dr Eggleston, A Fendtg, Hugh Porter, J J Lott, Mrs M C Rowe, H S Johnson, Judge Atkinson, Rev J B G m", Rev W M Gilmore S K Brown, Claude D rt, C B Conyers, W M Tupper, Uoar Jobn&noeaen, K E Hunter, Rev WFII illingswcrtb. Report of a Storm. The hurricane signals were fl,icg yesterday and reports of a storm were to the effect that it was off the Florida coast. \Vbi!e not desiring to alarm anyone the Times-Call deems it best to advise per pie to bs on the lookout f r tbe next twenty-four hours. TIAIRIM Messrs. Flemirg & Waff, the new managers of the Grand opera house, will throw open the dcors of that p p i lar place to theater goers for the regu lar season of 1901-2 tomorrow evening. F.,r tbeir opening night they have selected Murray and Maok, that clever team of Irish oomediana who have for years delighted play goers and made many thousands laugh. They will present tbeir laughable musical extravaganza “Shooting tts Chutes,” with entire new parts, pretty girls and sketchy work. The advance sale is large and insures a good house for tbe opening Digbt. The management have been very for (late in securing such a reputable and striotiy high class performance for the pening, and seats are going rapidly. The management and assistants will bo entirely new this season and endea vor to make the house, at ail times, a popular and well regulated place. Tbe force for the present, is as follows: Fleming & W*ff, managers. Mr. Holmes Sheldon, btx offles. Mr. Orln Douglas', door keeper, dowu stairs Mr. W. H. Lytle, door keeper, up stairs. Messrs Frank Mallard,Bertie Banks, Jonnie Pice, Hunter Hopkins and Eu gene Marlio, ushers, , Mr, Jamas dreamer, stage mat ager. Fans aad ice water will always be supplied through the hones and the general comfort of tbe patrons will be looked after in every particular. TO RESTORE THE FORESTS. Prof, Herty of Athens in this Section Making Investigation. Prof, Charles H. Herty of Athene, Assistant Chemist bt the State Univer sity vnd a member of the Federal For <sty Commission, has been spend mg some time in this section ms king in VBS’igations in regard to restoring the timber lands of this iectioo. Prof. Herty attended tbe meeting of the naval store opera’ors at Jackson ville and was one of the speakers tbeae. In bis address he showed that it would be an easy matter for tbe timber lands of Georgia and F.orida to be renewed and made to bring forth great profits in the future if they ocnld bo protee’ed from fires for a few years and if the small trees would bs spared for a little while. FOUND—One bunch of keys. Owner can have the Fame by calling at this office and psjiog for this ad. WANTED 100,000 pounds of dry deer tonge clean and free trom grass straw, etc, J. W. Catkins 208 Bay St. Yes Honey, Sweet and clear as the mountain dew- Just to look at it creates a longing to taste it. At our price everv body can taste it often In PonM Sections 124 c Stufled Oliyes uer bottle 100 Heinz Sweet Mies, at. 20c New Georsir Syrnn in Half and Gallon Cans. Specialties.^^ Choc. Candies, Fancy Cakes Meats. Just received a fresh shipment of Dove Ham, Gold Brand Ham, Gold “ Boneless, Breakfast Bacon. Give us a Gall, We serve to Please Phone 158 Astonishing Are the prices we are now selling Dry Goods and Notions. We Have Bargains Every Day. Mrs. IT. Isaac. The Dry Goods Leader, 208—208 1-2 Newcastle* St. Coney & Parker DEALERS IN Coal and Wood, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths. Agents for Morris! Brick. Phone 18- 525 Bav 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, oOc a pint, and SI.OO per quart, and is sold in Brunswick, only by DOUGLAS S! MORGAN. I. TRAGEK & CO.. Distillers, Offices Cincinnati, Ohio, U. S, A. unit CORNER of E and J STS., —Will open— Monday, Sent. 30th, 1901. TUITION: Primary Grades, per month SI.OO Grammar “ “ “ 1.25 High School “ “ “ / 1,50 MISS H ALLIS C. BRoBSTON, Teacher, REV. C. G. BRADLEY. Warden. ffe are Sole Agents For the FAMOUS Hoffman House Bouquet, Hoffmanettes. Hoffman House Juniors, -and Hoffmanette Junior cigars B. Borchardt & Cos., Wholesale Oncers and Produce. Don’t you Think It is about time now to to take out your Storm Insurance Plenty of bad weather all around us. It may be our turn next. Be sure—Don’t be sorry. niuiiitn & GMitii, General Insurance Agents. Phone 134-3.