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BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS.
; PUBLISHED DAILY BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
A. H. LEAVY Manager
C. H. LEAVY Editor.
LOUIS J. LEAVY, Jr City Editor.
Advertising rutes made known on
explication. Church and other char
itable organization notices published
at half the regular rates.
Terms to subscribers in the city
and by mail free of charge to all parts
of the United Staten and Canada,
Alexico, Porto Rico, Guam, Philippine
Island* and Hawaiian islands.
ter Month $ 60
6U Mouths * ** u
bus Year..... & bU
Entered at tho Brunswick, Ua., post
er tin e, as second-class niaii matter.
Hon. Emory Speer has designated
The Brunswick Daily News as the
cthcial organ of the United States
Court, in bankruptcy proceedings, for
The News Publishing Company do
sires it to bo distinctly understood
that all legal advertisements must lie
paid for in advance. We cannot a!
turd to devote our space to such ad
virtlsements and wait on the courts
ter the money.
This is Hit' of lIn? got rich quii k
element „ *„taA
The man with a million wants an
other ouo ami ko on thnmgli lilv Wo
are hard lo Hatiat’y.
It looks like tho sound eh inout f
both parties are sifter Glevelnml. ilo
Is tho man wo want.
The tonvoiilion of tho earn; growers
Is being held in Macon and it is suc
cessful beyond all expectations.
Whether the Nows is on thv inside
of thf j Schemes of the day or
not ( 'f,|eem to k^ow^fcst jW,
place in ial wporiy
Tho prasj,<l<mtf Princotoii In a
speech some days ago said that wo
must side track Roosevelt. That Is
what we are going to try anyway.
Georgia is getting famous for con
vent ions. There is out' in Atlanta
looking foi sweeter charity and an
other in Macon for sweeter cane
A local merchant advertises a weigh
Ing machine and he is doing well with
It hut if In' had an ago telling ma
chine the ladies would boycott him in
Tlie editorial in the News yesterday
oil “Narrow Minded IVonle" was the
srtble' t of much favorable comment..
Tlie bail part of this editorial is that
it was too true to be good.
Neither of the races here listen to
the harping of those who do not know
what they are talking about and as
a result we have no trouble. Other
communities should follow our \aui
Admiral (Towiushiehl lias com
pletely dropped from the public eye.
We will probably hear of him lead
ing the germans at Newport when the
season opens again. This is about
all he it> good for.
Coventor Terrell did right in not
considering those who applied fur tin'
position Major Warren held hefoie ih' -
funeral of the \cieran secretary. We
hope lie gives the place to a man who
lias not even asked for if.
If you are thinking of taking a
trip and want the News to follow you
notify the business office. It will cost
you no more to have the paper mailed
than to receive ii her - in the city and
then you will keep up with the news
Major purse. of Savannah, was el
ected president of the sugar cane con
vention amt in his election the eon
vent ion got a man who is in every way
fitted for the position. Major Purse
has devoted many years to the study
of sugar cane cultivation and ne is
the father of the movement.
WHAT DOES IT MCA UI
What does it all mean? In the cere
monies at St. Louis last week Mr.
Grover Cleveland was easily the cen
tral figure. His visit was a continual
ovation. Friday night a banquet wan
given to the many Washington cor
respondents in the city. Mr. Cleve
land was present, and the banquet
took the form of a demonstration
in his honor. When ho arose from
his seat to acknowledge the eompli
nietits, i!u- 300 guests sprang to their
feel, waiving napkins and shouting,
lie spoke brilliantly, and, when he con
cluded, tho audience started tlie re
frain, Tour Years More of Grover”
Every "day newspapers and individuals
are prophesying that lie will he tho
democratic nominee for president next
year; his praises are sounded from
on,. end of tho land to the other;
criticism of him has ceased, except
in Nebraska, and he who, six years
ago, was Hie hated man in the country
is in danger or becoming again the
most popular. Whal does il all mean?
THE SUNDAY PAPER.
Wo notice that the many fanatics
have let up on their crusade against
the Kuday newspaper and we think
one of lire chief reasons for it is the
fail lhat they enjoy good reading as
well as other people .
There is doubt, of the fact that the
Sunday paper lias made great strides
in the recent past and it has now
reached the point where the Sunday
paper is like the Sunday dinner —they
are both almost indespinsiblo.
As an advertising medium the Sun
day paper is ahead of anything else
and this fail Is attested by the large
amount, of space used in these papers
Iby the leading merchants of every
city in the country.
On Sunday the average man. both
business and laborer, have the time,
i o read a paper carefully and not
only the news hut the advertisements
ami for this reason if no other it is
absolutely the best medium for the
merchant and the business man gener
The foolish crusade having been
discontinued makes the field of the
Sunday paper all the more clear.
There i,s no doubt but that the rev
hm 'T •. f 'itin * Confederate Veterans at
Ot lu>.fhr fgt |K*H t Wit t'VO*
The steel plant people have returned
north hut they will be back in a short
time, in tlie meantime work on the
plant will continue.
We cannot see bow Mr. Clelvo
latnl could stand on the same plat
form with Roosevelt. There is such
a di (Terence ir. the two men.
The Mobile Herald thinks that most
of (In' race troubles are caused by
the negro mtinisters but we think
tlie Herald is wrong. Tlie preachers,
judging from a local standpoint, do
all in their power to keep down fric
tion and they are generally success
ful Wo art* sure that the Mobile pa
per has done tho colored ministers
a great injustice.
Tlie voting trustees placed iu
charge of the William Cramp & Sons
Ship ami Engine Boiler Cos.. Philadel
phia, are Morgan's, men. The reco
gnition of tlie'firm of Drexel t Cos.
and tlie selection of Mr. Baker as
one of the trustees prove iiiiqueslion
ably that Mr. Morgan is in control of
America's gretaest shipbuilding plant.
This menus, ot course, lliat. the ship
combine and tlie United Stales Ship
building Cos. are in close touch with
the Cramp plant. Now that the
mists have goi hold of this great
institution, it. will lie interesting to
see what they will do with it.
The bureau of navigation reports 125
vessels of It.lilt* gross ions were built
m ibe United State- and officially
numbered during Hie mouth of April
Of these IP wooden sailing craft of
.‘‘tut* gross tens and tS wooden steam
vessels of asit gross tons were built
on the Atlantic and Gulf roasts, the
w hole in iin in’] of vessels of theso two
classes being .VI wooden sailing craft
of 1)210 gross tons and 01 wooden
si earn vesseis of "5Gt gross tons. Of
steel sailing vessels one of 175 gross
tons was built on the Atlantic coast,
while of steel steamships six of 13.-
r ,tn tops were built on the Atlantic
coast anil seven .1 20.V.L- g. oss ton
were built on the Great Lakes
Mh wells driven down to rock. yi# *
W passedthrough an airfilter.
HI Every drop of Schlitz Beer filtered by machin-
HI cry through masses of white wood pulp. Every
VPRffi bottle sterilized, so that it contains no germs. B
■L Thus we double the necessary cost of our brew- M
ing to make purity certain—to make Schlitz Beer K
Will you drink common beer, and pay just as
much for it, when Schlitz Beer can be had for
■A Ask for the Brewery Bottling.
nk l|§p| Morgan & Davis. 512 & 214 Bay Rt.. KK MjL
To Grow J*JeW Hair
I and Hair Tonic is
H the 'Best Tie Wore of Imitations 1 j
I SHAVING FOAM
I FOR EASY SHAVING*
jfl Boats any soap,so handy. In col!ap:-i !>}.>..
9 tllllOS. Ifyour liarhor or does I j
I not koopCoko Bhavintf Foam pond <£>•
■ A. K. limner Cos., Chltuyo. for regular tube.
For Sale by BUTTS, Druggist
Georgia, Glynn County:
Notice is hereby given that the un*-
dersigned, as guardian of the person
and property of Ralph T. Waff, will,
on May 25, lIHKJ, at tho court houso
of said county, apply to Honorable
T. A. Parker, judge superior court,
Brunswick circuit, lor an order to sell
tin* one-fifth undivided interest of said
Ralph T. Waff in and to that cer
tain track of land in the city of
Brunswick, Glynn county, Georgia, de
scribed as the southern one-half of
old town lot number Hire© hundred
and fifty-nine, with two-story framo
house thereon, value of said entire
property being alK>ut eighteen hun
dred dollars; said order U\ provide
for re investment of proceeds of such.
asaid property desirh to soli same, and
will apply for partition unions such
application is granted, and for tho
further reason that a sale of such
inlerest will be best for said ward's
This April 17th, 1903.
CARRIE M. WAFF.
Guardian of Person and property
Ralph T. Waff.
Libel For Divorce.
State of Georgia, County of Glynn.
Mattie M. Host vs. Rollins Jackson
Best. Petition for divorce. Filed to
May Term, 11103, Glynn Superior
To the said 'defendant: —You are
hereby rcipiirod to he and appear at
the May Term, 1903, of the Superior
Court of said county, on the third
Monday in May, 1903, to answer the
plaintiff on the merits of tho foregoing
Witness tne Honorable T. A Parker,
Judge of said Superior Court, ibis Feb
ruary 6th, 1903.
H. F. du 13IONON
Clerk Superior Court, Glynn County,
Libel for Divorce.
Jessie Sikes vs. W. T. Sikes, libel
for divorce. Itt Glynn superior
court. Order to perfect service
liy publication, December term,
To the defendant. \V. T. Sikes:
You are hereby required, in person
or by an attorney, to be and appear
at the next term of the superior court
of Glynn county, Ga., to be held nt
the court house in Brunswick. Ga., on
the third Monday in May, 1903. hy ten
o'clock of the forenoon of said day,
in answer the plainti, Jessie Sikes,
upon the merits of her libel for di
vorce. of tile in said court.
Herein fai not, as in default of such
appearance the court will proceed in
the matter, as to justice shall apper
Witness the lion T. A Parker, the
judge of said court, this 2?ih day of
H. F. du Bignon,
Clerk Superior Court, Glynn County,
tiniest Dart, attorney for libellant.
Georgia, Glynn county. f
J L. Wilcher,
vs. Petition for Divorce.
To the Defendant:
You are hereby noitlod personally
or by attorney to appear at the next
term of the Superior court, Glynn,
comity, Georgia, on the third Monday
in May 1903, at Brunswick, Georgia,
to answer plaintiff's petition in case
Witness Honorable T. A. Parker,
Judge Superior court of said countv.
this Mach 4th.. 1903.
H. F. DU BIGNON,
Clerk Superior Court, Glynn County j
If you want ton,- to. • <> -.'tv-'*- ■
rlgL* bring it to an ex erien- •• wort
mam B. J Olewine. 50 r Gioo-not-
THE BRUNSWICK JAILY NEWS
If you want a position, a house, £
servant, or want to find anything
tnat has been lost, or want some- .
thing that someone else has, ad- i
vertise in this column.
WANTED-Iron safe, medium size.
Apply to Dexter Hunter.
FOR RENT —Stores, offices and
dwellings.’ Apply to Brobston, Femlig
X- dm RENT. —Desk room on ground
iiodfl Good, location. Address F.,
FOR RENT —An eight room house
Apply to Mrs. Colesherry, 121 north
FOR SALE -Geraniums, Legonias.
and potted plants, G 25 B St. Mrs.
W. E. Dempster
FOR RENT.—7-roont two story
'house, 1004 Union St. $12.50 includ-
I Ing water per month. 3-t
LOST Gold fraternity pin, five
wall to Gloucester, up Lee. Liberal
reward at News office.
FOR SALE—Rubber stamps, seajs,
Btiuceis, etc. Agent Underwood Type
writer. Will B. Fain, 3,12 Newcastle
street. ‘ : 3
FOR SALIC—A desirable farm, con
taining 2f> acres, improved; a short
distance from the city. inquire at
Tho News office.
STORAGK The Southern Produce
Cos. offers space? for storage or mer
< liandi: i“ or household goods at reason
able rates. Rhone lfi. 215 Grant St
PERSONAL Morphine, opium,
’laudanum, cocaine ba'biL Myself
1 cured. Will inform you of harmless,
j permanent home cure. Mrs. M. A,
LOST.—GoId stick pin with a clus
ter of pearls made in the shape of a
punch of grapes. Was lost either at
the newspaper carnival Thursday
night or some where in that vicinity.
Reward will be paid for return of
same to W. J. Butts, the druggist.
$15.00 A WEEK AT HOME.
No Canvassing. Nothing to Sell
AW w.-iiit Intelligent persons to write let tern
at Inline sp ire moments, jjl.*-, ;i week e.-isil.v
earned A'" furnish paper free ami pa.\ Jjpnb
per loco rash weekly for single page letters.
Semi self addressed sta taped en velope for sam
ple le.t ter and inst rnetions to the
Veritas Typewriter Company,
34 PARK ROW NEW YORK.
- - ■—'JW' ' "
A Sure Thing.
It is said that nothing is sure ox
copt. donih and taxes, but that is not
altogether true. l)r. King’s New Dis
covery for consumption is a sure cure
or all lung and throat troubles. Thou
sands can testify to that. Mrs. C. U.
Van Moire >f Shepherdtown, W. Va.
ays: “I had r severe case of bronchi
tis and for a year tried everything i
beard of. blit got no relief. One bottle.
I Dr. King’s New Discovery then cured
ti* absolutely, li’s infalible for Croup,
Whooping Cough, Grip, Pneumonia
and Consumption. Try it. it’s guar
anteed by all druggists. Trial bot
tles free. Regular sizes 50c. and
■ A Sure Thing.
It Vud that no,liing i* sure ex
cept dentil and taxes, but that is not
a'logctlioi true. Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption is a sure cure
for all lung and throat troubles.
Thousands cqn testify to that. Mrs.
C it. VanMetre of Shepherdtovvn. \Y.
A a., says: “I had a severe case of
1 Srim.ii it is. and for a year 1 tried ev
erything i heard of, liut got no re
lief. One bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery then cured me absolutely.
It's infallible for croc;., whooping
cough, grip pneumonia, and consump
tion Try it. It's guaranteed. Sold
liv all druggists,. Trial bottles free.
Keg. sizes 5Cc. and SI.OO
A Startling Test.
To save a ilfo. Dr T. G. Merritt, of
No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a start
ling test resulting in a wonderful cure.
He writes: “a patient was attacked
with vi dent hemorrhages, caused by
ulceration of the stomach. I had of
ten found 111. . trie Bitters excellent
for acute stomach and liver troubles
so I proscribed them. The patient
gained front tl.e first, and has not had
any attack in It months." Electric
bitters arc positively guaranteed for
dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation,
ami kidney troubles. Try (item. Only
f.o cents at alt druggists.
AYhcn in distress financially call cn
Joel llres.. Reliable Pawn Brokers. We
will assist you. aw in ;
For the Best In Printing—Try the
News Job Office.
1 am offering a full line of all kinds
abb* prices. J. A. Smith. Newcastle,
Airreed o Dinursree.
Dandy and Laddie, collie dogs, were
brothers and much attached to each
other. They were owned by brothers,
too. farmers in New Hampshire. Lad
dir's master lived at the eld homestead,
says a contributor to the Unique
Monthly, Dandy’s master conducted
tlie next farm, and tin- two men pas
tured their stock in common.
Each dug visited the other frequently,
till one day while Laddie, Dandy’s
guest, was gnawing a bone, a pet kitten
belonging to Dandy's family came too
near, and Laddie snapped at her. In an
Instant Dandy th-w at his throat, and
they were only separated after a se
Neither dog ever crossed the bounda
ry line between the two farms after
Laddie drove his (lock of sheep daily'
down tlie lane till lie reached the divid
ing wall, where Dandy solemnly took
charge and drove them to pasture. At
night Dandy brought back tlie sheep,
and Laddie would he waiting for his
share of Hit* Hock every time.
Never once did they take tlie slightest
notici of each other or cross the line
after .e tight.
The sweat shop method is strictly
avoided at Jim Carter’s clothes clean
ng establishment. Everything is well
ventilated and lighted and pure ehem
eals are used.
THE OGLETHORPE, j
HUGH PORTER, Mgr.
Brunswick’s Only First )
Reasonable Rates to ]
Excellent Cuisine. Perfect Service. '
:PHILLIPS the TAILOR
Opera House Biock,
Has a large and selected stock of
;new goods, for the coming season,
■ best of wo rb and perfect fit guar
Pants made to order for $4.00.
‘ Suits made to order for $15.00,
; If you want a Swell
Suit give me a
T. B. Burns,
210 Richmond st
I lave tried all oiliurs, send for a
FREE package of tthc Dr. Lyon Home
Treat nn>nt for CATARRH, Flood,
nerve and Stomach. Dr. Lyon Medi
cine Cos., Coldwator, Mich.
“Dorothy Dodd’’ shoes are the very
latest for women. T have them. J.
A. Smith, Newcastle street.
A Farmer Straightened Out.
A man living on a farm near here
came in a short time ago complete
ly doubled up with rheumatism. I
handed him a bottle of Chamberlain’s
Fain Halm and told him to use it
freely and if not satisfied after using
ii he need not pay a cent for it,” 4 says
C IV finder, of Pattens Mills. N. Y.
“A few days be walked into the store
as straight as a string and handed me
a dollar saying, ‘give me another bot
tle? of Chamberlain’s Pain Balm. I
want it in the* house all the time for
it cured me.” For sale by all drug
Relief for the Suffering.
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur will give
you imediate relief and permanently
cure all such diseases as eczema, pim
ples, tetter, herpes, rinltvvorm, salt
rheum, dandruff, diphtheria, sore
throat , cuts, burns, open sores and all
blood and skin troubles. Hundreds of
cases of skin diseases have been per
manently cured by the use of Han
cock's Liquid Sulphur after all other
remedies have failed. For sale by
Recent experiments by practical
lest- and examination .with the aid
of the X-Rays, establish it as a fact
that Catarrh of the stomach is not a
disease of itself, but. that it results
from repeated attacks of indigestion.
"How ran I cure my indigestion?"
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Is curing thous
ands. It will cure you of indigestion
and dyspepsia, and prevent or cure
catarrh of the stomach. Kodol di
gests what you eat-, makes the stom
aeli swept. Sold hy ,1 Merger' Phar-j
rnaey. Smith's Pharmacy and W. .1.
I will lip at the following places
n the following days to roceiv? state
and county tax returns for the vear
Pyles Crossing, April 4th and 23d.
May 16 th.
St. Simon's Mills. April 10th and
sth. May 22ntl.
Sterling, April 11th, May 2nd and
Jamaica. April 13th and 24th. May
Brunswick. April 16th, 17th. ISth
May 7th, Sth.*oth and 2sth. 30th.
JOHN E. TO'BRERI.Y,
K'- ■e r Tax 1., eras, £oi til Coutl
Gives —— I n——n
Ttorfort Full y nine-tenths of the ills of mankind can be
/C?C £ traced to irregularities of the stomach and bow-
HeCL.lth. e * s ' When these important organs fail to act
■* 1 regularly the system becomes clogged with
I impurities, and perfect health is impossible. Mozley’s
Lemon Elixir is a pleasant lemon drink which acts gently
and thoroughly cleanses the system. It is the perfect liquid
laxative, and is good for every member of the Ji/Tf*
family. Fifty cents a bottle at all drug-stores. •'WA O
Mozley’s Lemon Hot Drops are without any equal J ptYiflfl
for coughs, colds, bronchitis, sore throat, etc *
BAY IRON WORKS
Manufacturers and Repairers of
Machinery, Engines, Saw Mills
Marine work a specialty.
Estimates Furnished Free of Charge.
629 Bay St.
W. R. DART, CLAUD DART,
,‘resident and Manager. Secretary and Treasurer.
tr. Downing, President. £. H. Mason, Vice-President. E.D.Walter, Cashier,
The National Bank of Brunswick.
CAPITAL OF ONE HUNDRED AN D FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
and total RESOURCES in excess ot ONE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS,
are devoted to the assistance ot legit irnate business enterprises.
DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS Invited tr om individuals, firms and corpora
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT aeco unU bear interest, compounded quar
terly. Interest bearing cerificates of deposit issued on special terms.
MONEY ORDERS of the "BANKERS' MONEY ORDER ASSOCLs-
ION” are cheaper and more convenient than postoffice or express.
C. L. PARKER,
STAPLE AND FANCY
Every thing that’s good to
eat at lowest marketprir.es
Cor E and J Sts. ’Phone 94.
BRUNSWICK CYCLE CO.
JOHN HAENEL, Manager.
Phone 257-2. 30t Newcastle St.
Bicycles, Guns, Pistols
and Sewing Machines.
REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE.
For Cleaning and Dyeing Summer
Clothes —no ouo is better prepared
than Jim Carter. Ring 'Phone 253
or send to 504 Monk St.
GONtr 6l r'AHKER,
Digests what you "?t-
The most miserable beings in the
world are those suffering from dys
pepsia and liver complaint. More
i ban seventy-five per ceut. of the peo
ple of the United States are afflicted
with these two diseases and their ef
cts: such as Sour Stomach, Sick
headache, habitual costiveness, pal
pitation of the heart, heart burn,
waterbrasb, gnawing and burning
pains at tlie pit of the stomach, yel
low skin, coated tongue and disagree
able taste in the mouth, coming up
of food after eating, low spirits, etc.
Go to your druggist and get a bottle
of August Flower for 25 or 75 cents.
Two doses will relieve you. Try it.
Headquarters for Groceries.
Attention is called to the ad. of
A. Zelmenovitz, the well known gro
cer, which appears elsewhere in this
issue. Zelnienovilz can save you
The best pill ’noath the stars and
It cleanses tlie system and never
Little Early Risers of wordly repute.
Ask for Dewitt’s and take no
A small pill .easy to buy easy to take
and easy to act, hut never failing in
results. Dewitt's Little Early Risers
arouse the secretions and act as a
tonic to the liver, curing permanent
ly.—Joerger’s Pharmaey, Smith’s
Pharmacy, W. J. Butts.
Desirable Property for Rent.
Seven room house, with bath, conve
nient loeatien. Pos&sss.oi given im
mediately. 5j.5,00 per mouth.
Two-story residence, 1 1-2 blocks
torn Oglethoipe hotel, $20.00 per
One story residence near business
center, SIO,OO per month.
Good business locations for .rent
Farms for renL
J. A. MONTGOMERY & CO,
Sound Kidneys—Perfect Health.
The use of Smith's Sure Kidney
Lure will produce both. Try a uottle
p"4 i.n convinced. Your druggist sells
it for 60 *
Reliable dyeing can onky be done
by experienced dyers. Jim Carter can
give you satisfaction. Phone 25'3-2,
504 Monk street.
Oak and Pine
B H, DANIELS, Phone 326
DEVARIS & LIVADAS,
Country Grocery Store,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
204 Monk St. ' Phone 141-3.
CLEANING and PRESSING
Ring ’phone 253-4 and let l
clean and press your ciothea
He- does good work and will give you
508 Monk SL
A Good Thing.
German Syrup is tlie special pre
scription of Dr. A. Boschee, a cele
brated German physician, and is ac
knowledged to be one of the most for
tunate discoveries in medicine, it
quickly cures coughs, colds, and all
ung troubles of the serious nature,
removing, as it does, the cause ol the
affection and leaving tlie parts in a
strong and healthy condition. It is
not an experimental medicine, but
has stood the test for years, giving
its satislaction in every ease, which
its rapidity increasing sale every
season confirms. Two million bottles
old annually. Boschee’s German
Syrup was introduced in the United
States in 1868, and is now sold in ev
ery town and village in the civilized
world. Three doses will relieve any
ordinary cough. Pr-i*** 25 and 75 Cts.
Miss Slater has something else new.
The New Bishop Collar, in linen,
stamped in different designs.
Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing
The one good place in town to have
cleaning, pressing and dyeing p. opetly
is at Jim Carter’s. Only tho finest
ot chemicals awl reliable methods aie
used. Send to 504 Monk street or ring
Old Monopole Rvo at SI.OO per full
quart, Yellow Label jtyo at $1.25 per
quart, Philadelphia Club Rye at SI.OO
per tail quart. All above are sold
elsewhere tor $1.50. Sig Levison, 310
By a Persiotetnt Cough, But Perma
nently Cured By Chamberlain’s
Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student in
law, in Greenville, S. C.,liad been
troubled for four or five years with a
continuous cough which lie says,
"greatly alarmed me, causing me to
fear that I was in the first stage of
consumption.” Mr. Burbage having
seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ad
vertised, concluded to try it. Now
read what he says of it: “I soon felt
a remarkable change, and after using
two bottles of the twenty five cent
size. I was permanently cured.” Sold
by all druggists.
I handle the celebrated Anheuser
Bush Premium Pale Export. Beer,
which I will deliver to any address
in the city at SI.OO per dozen. Phone
130, Sig LevisoP-