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THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL
VOLUME XI. NUMBER 369 .’ • ' > Every Day We are asked by customers what Cough Remedy is best to take* Now, we want to sell just what you want to buy, we also want to sell you what you will be satisfied with, so you will buy of us again. Therefore, when we tell you that we consider Bulls’ 111! M Cll SUP, the best family cough remedy, we do so advisedly, We know ’hat it will stand the test. W J BUTTS, DRUGGIST ‘On The Corner." ( WE CURE THE ILLS § W# that flesh is heir to. We make a specialty jp^*,\Vgl>r^L—<%■ of killing colds at this season. Our prescrip- 1 non department , is thoroughly equipped aT) d *hedrags are high V Y o k t \ in every respect. Jm a We sell toilet requisites 8 "I V\JT and everything that " you would expect to find m a first-class drug store- HUNTER-SALE DRUG CO Agents l owney Candies. ; 12 COUCHES which we bought at a bargain will be sold at $lO.OO Each, ' One to a Customer, Only. r " • ; • - . . '?v • These couches are overstripped in beautiful shades of velour, and sold everywhere for $i >.OO, our price is i $lO.OO i* -x/p-. j, . . while they last. H. W, MILLER & SON, ■■ —s TODAY ATKEANY’S u WILL Collarettes. *** * W atch our windows mqq and notice prices * 9 aexx , , ,*** , Jackets, AH 5 and 10 cent goods going ' at half price until all are sold J. H. HELLER & BRO, 59tt9K9220 Newcastle Street.s*wi FIND the following new and palatable eatables, such as — Edam Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Pineapple Cheese, Anchovy Paste, Anchovy’s in 2ib dunks. Boneless Herring (English Smoked.) Cavaiar. ’Phone 11. 312 Newcastle Street BRUNSWICK. GA., THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 21, 1901 I HI raj As AotlorM By Trnstess of Memorial Association AIAIIOIAL dill Formed to Erect a Fitting Memorial to President McKinley— Brunswick Responds. The McKinley National Memorial Association having been incorporated according to law, met in Cleveland for the purpose of iff cling an organisation by the election of officers and adoption of regnlations for its government. The President of the United States, at the request of Mrs. MoKinley and members of the family, named the fol lowing Board of Trustees: Cornelous N. Bliss, New York, Dolan, Philadelphia, W. Murray Crane, Boston, H. Revell, Chicago, Charles W. Fairbanks. Indianapolis, Henry M Duffield, Detroit, George B. Cortelyou, Washington, Ell Torrance, Minneapolis. William A. Lyncn, Can.on, John G Milburn, Buffalo, William MoConway, Pittsburg, David R, Francis, St. Louis, Robert J. Lowry, Atlanta, Henry C, Payne, Milwaukee, Henry T. Scott, Sen Franclsoo, Franklin Murphy, Newark, E S. Hammond, Memphis. E W. Bloomlndale, New York, William R. Day, Cinton, Marcus A. Hanna, Cleveland, Myron T Herrick, Cleveland. Tbe Trustees having qualified, pro* ceeded to the eleorion of offloers, choos ing as President, William R Day, Canton Ohio. Vice-president, Marons A. Hanna, Cleveland, Ohio. Treasurer, Myron T. Herrick, Cleve land, Obio. Secretary, Ryerson Ri'chie, Cleve land, Obio. The purposes of the Association, as defined in its certificate of incorporat ion, are the erection and maintenance at Canton, Ohio, of a suitable m morial to the late President, and raising the necessary funds for said purposes; and, after fully providing therefor, tbe sur plus of such funds, if any, to be devoted te euon memorial as may be provided for tbe late President at the National Capitol. Tbe memorial will be erected at Can ton, that city having been bii home throughout hie public life and seleoted by him as bis final retting plaoe, Tbe memorial it to be, in tbe high*, eit tense, tbe sincere expression of all tbe people of tbe oountry of tbeir love for President MoKtnley and of tbeir admiration for tbe qualities expressed to eminently in bit life and deeds. It is the purpose to bare the offerings of the people voluntary with a full op portunity to all to contribute. Tbe 00-operation of the governors and (ffioers of the states and munici* palties of tbe United States, and all re* ligiout. educational, oivio, patriotic, fraternal, benevolent, and other organ* izations is invited. All publio officials, organised bodies and the press are requested to take im mediate steps to secure, at the earliest time, a full response to this appeal. The association will prepare and dis tribute to all donors to the fund a sou venir oertifloate which will be worthy of preservation as evidenoe of the holder's pirticlpatlon in the work. The name and postoffloe address of each oontribntor should be forwarded to the treasurer of the Association with the fund remitted, for the preservation in permanent arobieves of the associa tion. It is hoped that the response of the people will be so liberal that a memori al may be ercotsd which will fittingly honor the memory of our martyred president, and emphasize their loyalty to onr institutions and their abhor ni renoe o that spirit ef lawlessness whioh inspired the assault upon bis life TO THE PUBLIC. In pursuance to request of the McKinley National Memorial Association whose etatement to the public ie published in another oolumn in tnis paper, we take this method of calling the attention of the people of Brunswick to the subject and to ask their co-operation in thievery lauda ble undertaking. It is the purpose of the Association as defined in the certificate of incorporation to erect and maintain at Canton, Ohio, a suitable memorial to the late president, and to raise the necessary funds for that purpose by popular subscription. As stated by the Board of Trustees of the Association “the memorial is to be in the highest sense the sincere expression of all the people of the country of their love for President McKinley and of their admira tion for the qualities expressed bo emi nently in his life and deedsAs they also express it “It ie the purpose to have the offerings of the people voluntary with a full opportunity to all to contribute.” Feeling confident that the people of Brunswiok, who have shown that their love for the late president and their grief over the tragic ending of his noble career was as sincere and heartfelt as that which found expression elsewhere throughout our etrioken land, will desire to participate in this great national undertaking, we do not hesitate to ask in behalf of the astooia tion, their hearty 00-operation. The following well kDown citizens ofj Brunswiok have been selected as a oom mitteo to receive contributione in behalf j of the association; N Emanuel, C Down | ing, W. G. Brantley, C. P. Goodyear, F. D.' Aiken, M. Kaiser, W. E Kay, A. J, Crovatt, E H. Mason, H. T. Dunn. The name and postofTioe address of each contributor will be forwarded to the treasurer of the assoo’ation, with the fund remitted for preservation in the archives of the association, and each contributor to the fund will receive from the association a souvenir certificate which will be worthy of preservation as evidence of the holders participation in the work. The National Bank of Brunswiok and he Brunswick Bank and Trust Cos., will receive on behalf of the committee such contributions as the people of Brunswick may desire to make and forward the same promptly to the Treasurer of the Associa tion. Henry T. Bunn, 0. Downing, N. Kmanuki., ’> 0. P, GOODYEAR, F. D. Aiken. Wholesale Smuggling by Society Women. Seattle, Nov. 30. —Prominent Seattle women, wives and daughters of weal thy business and profesaleual men, ac cording to United States secret service deteotives, bave been oonduotiog smuggling operations on a large soale Tbeir violations have beooma so fre quent that tbe matter la receiving serious consideration from the govern ment officers. It may be neoessarry to undertake proceedings against them. 1 A large quantity of expensive silks and dress goods were smuggled into tbls oity from Victoria during tbe past winter. Tonight Enoch Arden is the musical treat at the opera house. For Asthma use CHE NEY’S EXPECTORANT, Hi 811 HU "Uerals" Scoop Down On the Capital THE PANAMA TROUBLES Head Man Was Killed and Others of of the Guard-Government Was Surprised. Colon, Colombia. Nov. 20.—vis Galveston.—Ths Liberals made an unexpeoted attact on Colon at 8 o’clook laat night; The government wne net prepared and there waa little reeiitnnee. There was some fighting in front of Cnartel and in certain streets for an hoar and a half, nntll the Liberals gain ed entrance to the pnblio offices in the town of Colon. The prefeot gnardia is n prisoner, Over 12 men were kill ed and about SO rounded. The United States gunboat Maohias, now here, took no part in the proceed ings. There has been no telegraphic communication with Panama since lest evening and it ia surmised there that Panama is now being attaoked. 100 Blue Jackets Landed. Washington, Nov. 80,—A dispatch has been received at the navy depart ment from Commander McCrea saying that 100 bine ja ikets were landed from ’be Machine at Colon and had takeo ThanKsgiving About Here! We have already received our first shipment of— LARGE FAT TCRKRVS. CAPE COI> CRANBEKRIEB, KALAMAZOO CELERY, FLORIDA OBANGEB. If it’s nice, we have it ' MV; . ’PHONE 158. LA DIES WRAPS The popularity of onr Ladies department has been proven by the great amount of busi ness done the past week, es pecially in ladies Jackets and neck pieces. The most popular line ever shown in Brunswick, both as to style and price. New lot in this week. LEVY’S. PRICE FIVE CENTS. charge of the railway atation. Thia was not done beoanse of 'any fnrthe disturbance, bat as a matter of precaut ion, SENATE PASSES WRIGHT’S BILL. Counties Can Declare For or Aerainst Whisky. Atlanta, Nov. 20—As predioted yes terday,the Wright dispensary bill pass ed the senate this afternoon by a vote of 26 to 14 and the bill will now beoome a law if Governor Candler approves it, It is very likely that he will attach his signature to the measure as soon as it is presented to him. Te some few the passage ef the bill was a big surprise. The lobby had worked against it, but to no avail. Tha lobby failed for onoe and the dispensary measure came out with flyibg eolors, as is seen by the vote. Senator Cann voted for the measure. The bill amende the present local option law and when a majority of the people of any oonnty se declare the eonnty oan have dispensaries. Tha people will now have the right to vote for total prohibition, barrooms or dis pensaries. Seaborn Wright, the au thor, thinks he has won a big victory, T onight Enoch Arden is the musical treat at the opera house. Who is going to get the beautiful China Closet that is going to be given away on Jan, Ist, 1902? Why the one that gets the lucky number. Get a ticket with every cash purchase of 2je. Get all the tickets you can. You can get any thing you want that is kept in a first-class gro cery, at this place and as for as little money as can be bought at any other place, considering quality; and at the same time get chances on the China Closet, and possibly get it. To lie Drawi Jan. Ist, 1932. W. H. Devon, ’Phone 109. Notice. Id Addition to affording every facility to our customers consistent with safe banking, we are prepared to act at Administrator or Executor of Estates, Guardians of property of minors, and to make Bonds in jndlcial and other matters—Generally to oxer oise all our powers as a Trust Company Brunswick Bask & Trust Cos. H. W, hie, Cashier .