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Mattings, Rugs, Linoleum
and Oil Cloth Floor
Brighten your floors a bit. Don’t caro*how careful a housekeeper vou
nmy he, you realize that all house furnishings don’t wear out. alike, and
the floor coverings in some rooms go first. Go into a neighbors house and
you will comment on their things so don’t . oppose that your neighbor
does not know tho difference reversing conditions. Whatever is best in
Matting, Oil Cloth or Linoleum yon will find our stock contains new de
signs, choice patterns, an immense variety to select from.
The New Town Grocer
Leads in Low Prices,
Here are some of the trade winners at ZELMENOVITZ,
the corner of E and L Streets.
Picnic Ham. 12 1-2 cents per pound, l eaf Lard, two xjounds for 25 cents, j
Best Paeon, 11 cents per pound. Two pound can Tomatoes, 8 cents,!
Best. 1 lour, 24 pound sacks, for 60c. Best Peanuts, 25 cents per peck, i
Good Butter, per pound, 30 cents. Large Mackerel, three for 25 cents, i
| ’Phone 205.
The Old Standby ■
At the Same Old Place
Albert Arnheiter, the wel! known young !
butcher, still doing business at the old stand
No 207 Monk street where he will be glad to '
see his friends. Full line of everything in
the Meat Line, Fancy, Family and Staple
raM|T,aly a Grand
lIoLLO Morgan & Davis
1 I DISTRIBUTORS, Brunswick, Ga,
IbKLI ~IM llt v minnßan|
V'cu Can i tiuat;
. Our line o£ Fancy Groceries.J
. That, is why our store continues '
.to grow and expand. We do busi $
ness through no other
. than the one that, carries with--
it. t.he most dependable and exclu-S|
save merchandise at the
’.cost to you: Our Fancy Siftorl•*-.
’Garden Peas are exceptionally
; nice at 20c can. 3 ill can \Val-*i
\ dorf Baited Beans with Tcmatoe#
: Sauce 15c., 2 lit cans 10. *
! THOMAS KIiANY, Grocer. J
- Phone 11. 312 Newcastle J
~“Dorothy Dodd” shoe is a novelty
in womens shoes. Oxfords and ties.
$3. J. A. Smith, Newcastle street.
, 2 2 5 fir ‘i o'confinement. V lire. i. .
■jf j * lit niueerl ~t'. r.eitermtn oi
,>ey. It. H. VEAt.. toan’gr Litlna Springs Oi
Cos.. Drawer A. Austell, Oa ircineJtrenpneMit -mi
if preferred. Correspondence strictly c< nfideiuiol
A Thoughtful Man.
M. M. Austin of Winchester, Ind.
knew what to do in the hour of need.
His wife had such an unusual ease of
stomach and liver trouble, physicians
could not help lieT. He thought oi
and tried Dr. King's New Life Pill:
and she got relief at once and was
finally cured. Only 25c. at ail drug
Artistic effect finish and lasting qua!
Ities considered. Wilson’s Photo
graph Studio, 502 1-2 Gloucester St.,
has no competitors. Go there “ye
EDWIN W. DART,
Atvernti Ccux-i.'Ur *t L;w.
Court Hcus, Brunswick, Gg,
H arc! ware
H. S. LEE, Manager.
21S Newcastle Street,
Bear m Mind
That we Sell
+^*^4S**-'** > * V
Fire arms, cutlery and sporting
goods. Fishing tackle.
EMPTY AND LOADED SHELLS,
GUN AND BICYCLE REPAIRING,
: Tiews Tletes.*
Mrs. J. S. Dunwody entertains the
Acacia Club tomorrow.
Mrs. Edwin Robinson and her chid
| ren are the guests of Airs. C. Mc
. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Jenning Cults moved
I yesterday into their apartments at.
Mrs. W. A. Slueum arrived in the
city yesterday from Savannah, and is
at the Oglethorpe. ,
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet this afternoon at the home
of Airs K. R. Hopkins.
Mrs. E. H. Mason has returned from
a visit to Cleveland, Ohio, and to
North Judson, Indiana.
Mrs. Thomas R. Lamar returned last
night from a visit to Southern Pine,
on the C, & B. railroad.
Mrs. Nellie Akins will entertain her
little friends to-morrow afternoon at
her home on Prince street.
Mrs. J. F. Chittenden reached the
city yesterday from New York, and is
at the Oglethorpe with her husband,
Dr. J. F. Chittenden.
Rev. Perciful H. Whaley, rector of
the .Episcopal church of Pensacola
is expected to arrive in this city in
a few days from Jacksonville, where"
he is attending the Diocesan con
vention. of Florida. He will lie the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Aiken
while he is here.
-P w *
Mrs. F. D. Aiken entertained with
a delightful reception Tuesday after
noon from 4 to G o’clock in honor of
her guest, Mrs. IsaacM. Aiken, of Fen
sacola. Mrs. F. D. Aiken and Mrs. I.
M. Aiken received the guests, and Miss
Mai King and Mrs. H. It. Maxey as
sisted in entertaining. Those who
were invited were: Mrs. J. K. Nighen
galc, Mrs. C. Downing, Mrs J. E. du-
Bignon, Mrs. H. R. dußiguon, Mrs. J.
M. .Madden, Mrs. C. S. Wyily, Mrs. J.
A. Butts,' Mrs. J. H. McCullough, Mrs.
A. C.Banks, Mrs William Nightengale
Mrs. Henry R. Symons, Mrs. Ellen
Mclntosh, Mrs. Wyilys Rede, Mrs.
Edwin Francis Bryan, Mrs. C. G.
Bradley, Mrs. C. E. Waff, Mrs. Nel
,iio McDonald, Mrs. H. E. Lucas, Mrs.
b. 'fA Atkinson, Mrs. M. P.'Ktnk.
The german given by the Cotillion
Club Tuesday evening was very brill
iant and enjoyable, and was partici
pated in by about twenty-five couples,
it was led by Mr. Malcolm McCullough
Those present were: Miss Mary Mc-
Cullough and Mr. E. J. Allen; Miss
Adkins and Mr. C. M. Peddicord;
Miss Brown and Mr. S. K. Brown;
-Miss Lessiie Butts and Mr. Morton
Marye; Miss M a,i King and Mr.
C. I). Porter; Mrs. H. li. Maxey
and Mi. C. C. Crosby; Miss Ger
trude Allen and Mr. Malcolm McCul
lough.; Miss Helen Angior, of Atlanta,
and Mr. H. F. dußignon; Miss Irene
Wood and Mr. Albert Banks; -Miss
Tolliaferro and Mr. Howard Smith;
Mrs. George P. Smith and Mr. F. E.
T witty; Miss Remshart and Mr
Bayard Butts, Miss Fannie Grant
Nightengale and Mr. C.C. Fleming,
Aiiss Bryan and Mr. E. B. Whitfield:
dies Hao I Nightegalo and Mr. George
Smith; Miss Lucille Butts and Mr.
Clifford Johnson, of Way cross; Miss
Kenzzie Conolcy and Mr. T. Q. Flem
ing; Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Aiken, Mr.
and Mrs. Jennings Butts, Mr. and Mrs.
H J. Waff. Chaperones, Mrs. A. C.
Banks, Mrs. .). D. Sparks, Mrs. .1.
S. Dunwody, Mrs. Hugh Porter. Mrs.
Harris M. King, Mrs. B. A. White, Mrs.
Aiken, of Pensacola, Mrs. E. F. Bryan,
Mrs. Edwin Fleming. Stags, S. li.
Brown, Albert Cunningham.
•I. A. Guiledge, of Verbena, Ala.,
was I '-vice in Ihe hospital from a se
vere case of piles, causing 24 tumors.
Alter doctors and all remedies failed.
Pucklen’s Arnica Salve quickly ar
rested further plantation and cured
him. It conquers aches and kills
pain. 25 cents at all druggists.
Wfhen you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
p)esa|nt in effect. For sale by all
Made Young Again.
“One of Dr King’s New Life Pills
each night, for two weeks has put me
in my ‘teens’ again,” writes Dr. D.
H Turner of Dempsey lowa, Pa.
They're the best in the world for liver,
stomach and bowels. Purely vegeta
ble. Never gripe. Only 25 cents at
How a lady got a husband when
her face covered with pimples. She
used a bottle of Hancock’s Liquid Sul
phur which removed the pimples and
made her skin white and soft. For sale
by Smitn’s Pharmacy.
W. M. TUPPER A CO.,
Forwarding and Shipping Agent*.
Lighterage, Towing" and Marine In,
~**„* Cr ,, rr*Qnp C j e nce Bo|!e'+d
Tim BRUNSWICK DAILY NKVH
Seaboard Air Line.
For the 1303 reunion of the Confed
ate Veterans, the Seaboard Air Line
will sell from its coupon ticket sta
tions round trip tickets to New Or
leans at the very low rate of one cent
per mile for distance traveled short
line mileage; the tickets will he sold
from May 16th to 21st inclusive, good
i'or return until May 24th. lly depos
iting the tickets with the special agent
at New Orleans not later than May
Tho Southern railway offers the
most convenient schedulo to the Con
federate veterans, Sons of veterans,
delegates and visitors to the annual
reunion, of tho United Confederate
Veterans, New Orleaus, La., May 16,
1903, from Brunswick to New Orleans
and rospectifully solicits the favor of
your patronage. Two trains* daily,
making close connection through to
New Orleans as follows;
Leave Brunswick 7:20 a. m. Arrive
New Orleans S:3O a. m. Leave
Brunswick 9:05 p. rn., arrive New Or
leans 3:25 p. m.
Fare, $12.50 for the round trip.
Detailed information cheerfully furn
ished on application.
C. L. CANDLER, Gen’l. Agt.
To The Mountains.
Account of the meeting of American
Society of Civil Engineers at. Ashe
ville, N. C. June Bth. the Southern
Railway will sell tickcls to Asheville
on Juno Gill and 7th and Bth one
fare plus 25 cents for the roue,? trip.
Tickets good returning until June 15th
On account of the Southern Baptist
convention at Savannah, May 7 to It,
the Southern railway wll sell tickets
from Brunswick to Savananh and re
turn at rate of one fare, plus 25c.,
for the round trip. Tickets on sale
May 5 to 7 inclusive, mod to return
until May 20. Through coaches be
twen Brunswick and Savannah with
C. L. CANDLER, General Agent
Atlantic Coast Line.
St. Louis. Ms., and return on ac
count of dedication ceremonies of the
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, April
'3th to May 2, 1903.
Rate of one fare for tile round trip.
Tlckots on sale April 29th to May Ist,
inclusive, good returning until May
Asheville, N. C., and return account
Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the
outhern Educational Asseciation.
One tare plus 25c. for round trip,
lus $2.00 membership fee.
Tickets to be sold July Is to 7th,
inclusive, final limit July 10th.
To M’acon, Ga., and return on ac
count of Sugar Cane Growers Con
vention. One fare plus 25c. for round
trip. Tickets to he sold May sth, final
imit May 10th.
PETITION FOR AMENDMENT TO
STATE OF GEORGIA,
COUNTY OF GLYNN.
To the Superior Court of Said Coun
The petition of the Loan and Land
Company of Brunswick, respectfully
1. That petitioner was duly incor
porated on the 10th day of Septem
ber, 1902, with the powers and priv
ileges set out in the petition for in
corporation and the order granting
tin' application, and which are of tile
in the office of the clerk of said
court and duly recorded on the min
utes, and reference to which petition
and order is hereby had for the pur
poses of this petition
2. That petitioner desires to hav-
ils charter amended so that it will
have the followii
(al All the r-j-■ - -jy ;;, ■,, ■ a]-,j
powers granted and given to building
and loan associations and other like
associations doing business in ibis
Hi) To lend money to persons nol
memebrs thereof nor shareholder.-
therein at eight per ecnlum or less
and to aggregate the principal
1 crest at the date of the loan for
entire period of the loan, and to di
vide the sum of the principal and (he
interest for tho entire period of Hie
loan, and to take Security I, mort
gage, or otherwise, and to have all
'lie rights, powers and privilege; i.
corporntod and contained in sections
2388. 238'). 2330 and 2331 of the Code
of Georgia of 1835;
:c) To lend money to ils members
on the stock held by simti n; , ln |,
and it) charge interest ai Woiniunis
(and) To sell jt s capif.-h slock, and
provide for payment c* the aroe in
monthly installments, and provide for
setting aside - portion of such pay
merits as an expense fun 1, and io ;,‘ n
pose finer for making default in such
F. K. TWITTY.
GEORGIA, GLYNN COt’NTV.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
petition of the Loan and Land Pom
tuny of Drunswiek was fii.■,i ju the
office Of Iho Clerk cf the Superior
Court of said Comity. !Vk April 2.':.,|.
1903. A. 6. TOWNSEND.
Deputy Clerk Superior Court, Glynn
The Wastes of the Body
Every seven and • Mir n m/ .
cles and bone:-: of a mar: oi’ ;,. -
size loses two pounds of worno t t
sue. Tliis waste cannot la r> -
ished and the health and drengili
kept up without jierfect
When the stomach and <il , , v . or
pans fail to perform their f-riiti n,
the strength lots down q,, .:■ ,
V'f y, an : <; K< etf p.
pepfra Cure e.ri.ile ih,. -tntunrh n: I
diget live orgai • dig, t
ilate all of ihe whol • ■ food that
may be eat..,, into the kind of bioo
that rebuilds Mie tissues an,] * re en
tile health and strongs’ „r the mind
and body. Kodol cur. -■ indigestion,
dyspepsia and ail stomach troubles. It
Is an Ideal spring topic. Sold by
Joerger’s Pharmacy, Smith's Pharma
cy' and W, J. Butts,
PETITION FOR CHARTER.
I STATE OF GEORGIA,
COUNTY OF GYLNN.
jTo tho Superior Court of Said Coun
j Tho petition of F. E Twitty, F.
jL. Lamar, and Millard ltcese, ait of
| said state and county, respectfully
1. Thai, they desire for themselves
I and such other persons as may lie as
sociated with them to be incorpora
ted um)er the corporate name and
style of ' The Stanley Land Company.'
■ 2. Thai, the object of the proposed
corporation io tho pecuniary gain of
its members, and its special objects
me: To buy, own. hold and im
prove lands and real estate generally,
and to sell, lease or otherwise dis
pose of such property; to buy, own,
hold and soil stocks and bohds arfd
personal property of any kind; to lend
money and Kike security therel'or;
and generally to do such oilier acts
and things as may he deemed for the
best interests of the corporation not
inconsistent, with 7 its character.
v. That the principal office of the
proposed corporation shall he Bruns
wick, iu said county of Glynn.
4. That tlie capital stork of tno
proposed corporation shall be Five
Thousand Dollars divided into fifty
shares of the par value of One Hun
dred Dollars each, and petitioners de
sire the tight by a majority vote of
stock to increase such, capital stock
from time to time to any sum or sums
not to exceed Fifty Thousand Dol
lars. Petitioners also desire the
right to receive in payment Cor stock
real estate or personal property at
a valuation to ho fixed by the direc
tors At least ten per centum of the
subscribed capital stock shall bo paid
in before beginning business, and the
balance shall he paid as called by tho
5. That the officers of tue corpora
tion shall he a President. Vice-Presi
dent, Secrela: y and Treasurer, and
such other officers or agents as the
stockholders or directors may consti
tute or appoint. The board of direc
tors shall consist of not less than
three nor mote than nine persons, all
ol whom shall be share holders, and
such directors shall be elected by tue
G. X hat the stockholders shall have
the right to make by-taws, rules and
regulations for the government of the
corporation, or to delegate this au
thority to the directors.
7. That under such corporate name
and style, your petitioners desire tnc
right, to contract and be contracted
with; to sue and lie sued; to borrow
money and secure tlie same as tin
hoard of directors may desire; lo have
iuid use a common seal, and to change
tite same at pleasure; and generally
to hate all the rights, privileges and
powers incident to and necessary and
I’rojkT ;n 11Gumluc( find ope*nG inn
of the business of the proposed cor
poration, aud all the rights, privileges
and powers given and granted similar
corporations under the laws of Geor
8. That there shall lie po individ
ual liability upon tho part of any
j shareholder of the corporation, except
for such amount as may be duo by
such shareholder as unpaid subscrip
tion for stock in said corporation.
9. That petitioners desire to he in
corporated under said name and style
of "The Stanley Land Company," with
all the rights, privileges and’ powers
prayed for herein, for. a period of
twenty years, with the privilege of
renewal at tho expiration of that time.
F. E. TWITTY,
GEORGIA, GLYNN COUNTY.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
application for incorporation by the
petitioners therein named of Hie Stan
ley Land Company, was filed in the
office of the Clerk of the Superior
<onrt. of said county this April 21.
H. F. du BIGNON*.
Clerk Superior Court Glynn Countv,
DO YOU KNOW HIM.
iho miin who will never die, who
will never have sickness in his family
vho will never bo sick himself, who
docs not travel, who never rides in
a carriage, street, ear, omnibus, or
upon a bicycle, who never walks Che
streets, who cannot slip upon (he
pavements, who does not go near
horses, who can never have sprains,
dislocations, broken hones, cm;-
bruises, whom lire will not hum, and
water will not drown, whom wen a
a n d will not bite, nor strike,
who canine fall from anything.
SUCH A MAN
does not need our proitenion. AJI
others should apply to
THE MUTUAL BENEVOLENT ASS*N
Of Brunswick. Ga.
And obtain the best health, accident
and hfe policy issued.
Pay- seek and accident ?<•)• !iis from
SI.OO to 520.n0. per worl; and death
benefits from SIO.OO to $200.00
Never Bec.i Sued By a Beneficiary
R. L. BRADY. Manager,
Room 25 Winship Building, 107 Monk
Street, Brunswick, Ga.
Real Estate Bargains.
$3,500.00 for one of the prettiest
I bouses on Union fi t root. Lot OQxgo
and 7 room house $250.00 45x00 near
tin: business venter. $1,000.00 for -1
room lion: ", close in. sßoo.On for 1
imil; houserent f SIO.OO per month.
>200.00 for room house, brings $5.00
BROBSTON, FENDIG & CO.
All Were Baffled.
Won! comes from Wake, Ark. that
Rev. Jen. .!. <: ( ,x bail a strange malady
accompanied 1 . yellow jaundice.
J’or iy ■ lire pliy. ms were baffled
and though • -vm :• i I::ng known to Die
’ rofesoioi, war. ed. the trouble ro
maineit. One day he began to use
Ea-ctrii- I!.- and in a week rt
change T- Me b iter came and at
length 1. • was Oir it ly cured. It’s the
most r liable ire: ae for liver and
e.dney tt’euii.i - . Only übe. and guar
teed by all drug risfs.
From a Cat Scratch.
0:1 ; ' r, > ' tlie worst nt,rt of a
burn, sore or • ~ 'a .vitt’s Witch M-.
■ l ; ' ire In 1 ,eg
>'.:’eji Ha;-"! .cnee, be particular on
f 1 D< *Vit ■ This is the salve that
heals withc.it ieaving a sear. A spe
cifio for blind, bleeding, Itching and
protruding pile; Bold by Joergyr’s
Pharmacy, cimiili's Pharmacy, and W
Yesterday Arrivals, Clearances and'
Sailings—Other News of the
Movement of Vessels
Bark Rose Lines, Salvage, St. Thom
Schooner Henry B. Fiske, Cum
mings, Boston .
Schooner John L, Treat, Gilmore,
Schooner Rebecca! A. Taulane,
The South Atlantic Towing Com
pany has chartered the tug Cambria,
of Savannaitg for a few days, while the
tug Angie and Nellie is laid up. un
der going repairs
Mr. McDowell, who lives on tho
north end of Jekyl, is to have an en
gine put in his diamond bottom boat.
Within the next, few months there
will be all kinds of launches in these
waters. Several are now In course of
construction and quite a number are
figuring on having boats bmlf.
PETITION FOR CHARTER.
Georgia. Glynn County.
Petition for incorporation if Dixio
To the Sttperir Court of said county:
The petition of F. D. Aiken. Albert
Fendig. J. B. Wright, C. B. Gowen,
C. M. Gowen. J. H. Whitmire. C. Down- :
ing. W. M. Tupper. E. H. Mason. K.
IC. Briesenick, J. E. Morgan aud J.
Stovall Smith, all of said state and
county, respectfully shows:
1. That they desire for them
selves, their associates, successors andi
assigns to he incorporated under the
name and stylo of "Dixie Drug Com
2. The term for which petitioners
ask to he incorporated is twenty (20)
years, with the privilege of renewal
ata the end of that lime.
3. The capital stock of the cor
poration is to be ten thousand dollars.
($10,01)0.00) divided into shares of
one hundred dollars. ($100.00) each.
Petitioners, however, ask the privil
ege of increasing said capital stock up
on a vote of two-thirds of the capital
stock then issued, not (o exceed i*
the aggregate ore hundred thousand
I Your petitioners pray that upon at
' least twenty p< r ceni. (20) of the
capital stock of ten thousand dollars
($10,000.00) being paid in cash, they
in l authorized to begin business.
The object of the proposed cor
poration is pecuniary profit and gain
lo its stockholders, and to that end
your petitioners desire to be incorpo
rated for the purpose of manufactur
ing drugs, medicines, proprietry prep-
arations or drugs, beverages and com
pounds thereof of and kind and
character and ail other articles
and things of like kind and char
'tc-r; to acquire and purchase
ingredients neccessary for the
manufacture of such articles; to ac
quire any patents or formulas of any
proprietary preparations, medicines,
drugs, articles or beverages: to pur-
• tin. o or acquire any and all kind of
drugs, medicines, proprietary prepa
rations, beverages and any other art i
i lew or things not manufactured by
said corporation, and commonly used
and sold in the carrying on of a whole
-ale drug business; to purchase for
cash or on credit any and all such ar
liilcs, beverages, commodities and any
and all such articles and things as
may ho profitable to handle in connee
liorißierewith, and to sell for cash or on
credit all products, .articles or com
modities manufactured or acquired
by sail! corporation. In any manner
known to trade.
fi To purchase and hold real and
personal property necessary to carry
ing on said business and to acquire
1 re same whenever it is necessary to
! I'otecf 'lie interests of said corpora
tion: to borrow money and to execute
mortgages am! other liens upon prop
eriy io secure tho same; to have the
t'it’-ht. to i-suc bonds if desired arid to
make deeds iof trust or mortgages or
oilier liens upon tts property to secure
mat" deeds of trust or martgages or
liens or other securities upon real and
personal property for the protection
and security of any advances made to
any person nr persons, natural or ar
tificial. dealing with or for any debts
owed unto said corporation; and to
acquire and hold all property so
pledged tf necoossary to protect its
interests, and roll and convey the
same at treasure.
7. To have and use a cammon -"-a!
to sue and bo sued, to plead and tic
impleaded with in nnv of the - mris of
thi= slate or any other state or the
8. The principal office and :.-oo of
business of the proposed corporation
is to be In the city of Brunswick, said
state and county, with the ri"ht am]
rawer to eslahli h branch offices In
any ether plare or peaces in or tvifh
ont the confines of this state.
h. Wherefore petitioners pray to fie
made a. bndv corporate in the name
ami stvie aforesaid, entitled to all of
the rights, immunities and privileges
and subject to the liabilities fixed by
This fith day ef May. A D tJMifi
ATKINSON £■ PTTNWOODV
Petitioner M Am on -•;
Filed tn office this \f . 0 h \ I,
IT. F duflit:vo\'
fieri' Snr>. f'en't. Given Go Ga
r. TT F. dulliyrion. Glerl. Superior
Court Glynn Goui t C do h< r<
l,y eert !fy *ba' the wilhin and fore.
cupy • ' thr pr flf lon ef DM Dm
• Comeapy of file in tin- office of the
-gun-'-’c- Court of said county of date
'he sth day of May, A. D. 1903.
Witness my hand and sea! of office,
this sth tiny ot >fay, A. D 1903.
H F duIWGNON
Glotdf Sup, Gw ft Glynn e>, t,la
MAY 7. 1903.
LOOK HEBE FOR IT
it is What the Reader Has Long
People will read advertisements
about cures made by medicine. As
as they refts they winder if the slate,
ments are true. If true was the re.
lief temporary or permanent? Read
this case alibi:; Doan . Kidney Pills;
W. Ti. Clarke, of Here -• ■ 11. treet i,-
conntant at the Blurb Bras. Tobacco
works. Wheeling W Va says; ■ :i:
my back aches I know what will cure
! it, Doan's Kidney Pills They are tin*
best remedy I ever route across. For
months I wa.-, piag' -1 wi:u ha- he.
not sharp pain . lull a dull aching
all the time, that Intel-* me ,lm
erable. 1 gel * irdb-in. ;
occasions from doetoi ; am! t ,-vemod
to relie-, e me for nit
soon as had a, ii ~r
'Doan’s Kidney Pills 1 |ooi a roar -of
tho treatment. Tit , sr-d u, \ m l
[that euro Tins 1,. ]■ ing i will,
corroborate till., i : rsonal inter
view or in reply to my (ommunica
tion mailed to me."
For sale by all dealers. Price Or
Foster Milburn Cos.. Buffalo, X. Y.
sole agents for the U. S
Remember the name —Dean’s—and
take no other.
’ 1- '■
IF YOU FEEL LANGUID
And thoroughly tired out after very
slight exertion, it shows that your
blood is thin and impovished, and the
action of your heart is weak.
Tala' Smith's Compound Sarsapa
rilla it. will purify, enrich ami vitalize
your blood, and put your whole sys
teb in a healthy condition.
' A i
If you’re going on a trip
Here’s a pleasant little tip
°lace a bottle in your grip
Red Top Rye
S. D. LEVADAS,
Sole agent Brunswick, Ga. j*
<_J6 Monk Street.
Ferdinand Westheinipr £ Sons. Di. lilirrs jj
Cinoiunati, 0. St. J wph, Mo. Louwv; IT, Fy H
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’appointments It’s .'.)*■ nombina.
I tion of ail that givrf
a peculiar eh arm of ;; • ’ . -
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* but satis i'yiuE.
Open until mi dr. or*.
' J. W. WILSON, Prop.
* 'Phorte 321.
This ’ jlebr' ,ed tonic is In growing
demand. The season of the groa’est
-jtted Is approaching. fnaigesUou. P.ll-
Bick Headache, pains in tae back and
kidneys all dope 1 upon-malaria, and
Bellevua Toole cures them all in any
W J. BUTTS,