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Mattings, Regs, Linoleum
and Oil Cloth Floor
Brighten your floors a bit. Don’t care how careful a housekeeper vou
may he, you leaiize that ail house furnishings don’t wear out alike and
the floor coverings in same rooms go first. Go into a neighbors house and
you will comment on their things so don’t, suppose that vour neighbor
does not know the difference reversing conditions. Whatever is best ui
Matting, Oil Cloth or Linoleum you will find our stock contains new de
signs, choice patterns, an immense variety to select from.
C. McGARVEV, *
The New Town Grocer
Leads in Low Prices,
Here are some of the trade winners at ZELMENOViTZ,
. at the corner of E and L Streets.
Picnic Ham, 12 1-2 cents per pound. Leaf I.ard, two pounds for 25 cents.
Ties! I ..icon, it cents per pound. Two pound can Tomatoes, $ cents,
jlest l 1 lour, 24 pound sacks, for 60c. Host Peanuts, 25 cents per peck,
Good Rutter, per pound, 30 cents. Large Mackerel, three for 25 cents,
■ ’Phone 205. j
;The Old Standby
: At the Same Old Place
Albert Arnheiter, the well known youn<r
i butcher, still doing business at the old stand
; No 207 Monk street where he wii! be glad to
i see his friends. Full line of everything in
j the Meat Line, Fancy, Family and Staple
OLi H iS KEY
I 0 ;
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► EDUCATION like all other'
' good enterprises does not re
ceive proper encouragement. It’s
. for you to say whether you will,
■ encourage us in our effort to edu
■ cate the people to the use el gO"i,
; pure, wholesome food, and to the
: fact that if is not eoonomyto huy
; cheap Groceries. Encourage us
: by trading with 11s.
; ThGiVIAS KEANY, Grocer.
; r>hons 11. 312 Newcastle •
“Dorothy Dodd” shoo is a novelty
in womens shoes, Oxfords and ties,
J. A. Smith, Newcastle street.
Pure Chemicals are the only Kina
used at Jim Carter's clothes cleaning
establishment. He is reliable am,
wants your work. Phone t=*3-2
A Thoughtful Man.
M. M. Austin of Winchester, Ind
knew what to tit> in the no'.r of need.
His wife had such an unusual case oi
stomach and liver trouble, physicians
could not lielp tie thought oi
and tried Dr. King's New Kile Piiit
and she got relief at once and was
finally cured, uuly 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,
Attorney and Ccuncellor at Law.
Court Hcuse> Brunswick, Sa.
H. S. LEE, Manager.
—Dealers In —
21b Newcastle Street,
Bear m Mind
That we Sell
Fire arriß, cutlery and sporting
.iO r >Cs. FiPl.lug t2C^ie.
"EMPTY AND LOADED bHELLs,
GUN AND BICYCLE REPAIRING.
P .0. KESSLER
Doings In Society
Miss Betty Nightengale is improv
ing from 'her recent illness.
Mrs. Will Taylor and her guests,
Mr. and Mrs. Cartier, spent Monday
on St. Simon.
* * *
Miv. Edward Burden, has issued in
| vitaUoz!3 for a card party for Friday
afternci, May 15.
The friends: of Miss Ruth Levison
will bo glad to learn that she is rap
idly improving in health in New
* * *
Mrs. H S. Johnson and her family
have removed to the Day cottage cor
ner Lee and Gloucester streets.
I Mrs. Edward Burdett and Miss Mar-
I ie Burdett will leave Saturday for a
visit to friends in New Orleans.
The Daughters of the Revolution
are called to meet this afteriion at
4:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. J.
A Butts, the regent.
* * •
Miss Clay arrived yesterday from
Savannah and is, stopping with her
father, Captain Clay, at the home ui
Mrs. H. A. Lucas, on Union street.
Miss Armistead Tiliaferro leaves
this week for her home in Virginia,
after a pleasant visit to Miss Jennie
! llryan, during which she lias been
j very popular and received many so-
I cial attentions.
Mies Aliej Ib.mshart, who hem
tl;e guest of V fs Jennie Bryan, leaves
today for Wrycross, where she will
spend a week before returning to her
home in Savannah. Miss Remshart
won many triend during her stay all
of whom regret tliSt she is to leave.
* * *
A society formed recently and one
which will probably bn productive of
liUH'Ti pL'tisnvp thl nrofit to its nwMn
bers is the “Palmetto Society,” which
has its head quart eds at 506 Carpen
ter street. The officers are; presi
dent, Hattie Briggs; secretary. Fan
nie Goggarty; treasurer, Carrie Ralfo.
The society will meet this afternoon,
| a pleasant program having been ar-
] ranged by the members.
* * *
A set of water colors illustrating
Sidney Lanier’s poem, ''The Marshes
Recent experiments by practical
tests 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 can I euro 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
ge-ts what you eat —makes the stom
ach sw'eet. Sold by Joerger’s Phar
macy, Smith’s Pharmacy and \V. .1.
Tho News Job Office— Best in
How a lady got a husband when
her face covered with pimples. She
used a bottle of Hancock’s Liquid Sul
phur which removed tile pimples and
made her skin white and soft. For sale
by Smitn’s Pharmacy.
Miss Slater has •omething else new.
Tho New Bishop Collar, in linen,
stamped in different designs.
Headquarters for Groceries.
Alton'ion is called to the ad. ol'
A. Zelme: ovitz, the well known gro
cer, ."Uioh appears elsewhere in this
issue. Zeiv.enovitz can save you
Respeettuily announces to Us many
trends and patrons in Brunswick and
surrounding country that we are pre
pared to nil their orders tor any of
tli leading brands of whiskies on the
market at popular prices. All goods
will Se delivered to out of town cus
tomers free of express charges: tv.
\V., Wilson, Old Saratoga, Louis 6fi,
Yellowstone, Raul Jones, Duke of
Cumberland, Monogram, Belle of Bour
bon and a number of others including
gins, wines and popular brands of
beer. Our bar is replete with all that
goes to make up a fii*t class establish
ment. POcl and billiard tables kept
in an uji-to-date condition. We serve
an excellent lunch from 11 a. m to
1 p. m.
The latest novelties in tailor made
clothing can be had at Jim Carter’s
lie represents the leading tailoring
concerns in title country.
Real Estate Bargains.
$3,500.00 for one of the prettiest
houses on Union street.
and 7 room house $250.00 45x90 near
tho business center. $1,000.00 for 4
room house, close in, SBQO.Oo for 4
small houses, rent at $16.00 per monlh.
$200.00 for 3 room house, brings $5.00
BROBSTCN, FENDIG & CO.
Relief for the Suffering.
Hancock’s Liquid Sulphur will give
you imediate relief and permanently
: cure all such diseases as eczema, pim
i pies, tetter, herpes, rinkworm, salt
| rheum, dandruff, diphtheria, sore
.throat , cuts, burns, open sore3 and al!
i blood and skin troubles. Hundreds of
|rnses of skin diseases have been per-
I mauently cured by the use of Han-
I cock's Liquid Sulphur after all other
I remedies have failed. For sale by
' Smith's Pharmacy,
BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS.
of Glynn," has been recently exe
cuted by Miss Margaret Symnn . who
is the recipient of highly compliment
ary criticism of her work. The work
was done for an artist friend in Now
York, but who vvill shortly sail for
Europe and is carrying a number of
artistic productions illustrative of
American scenery. The painting done
by Miss Symons is beautiful and inter
prets perfectly the poet's idea. She
is an artist of unusual ability and has
received favorable comment at homo
and in other cities where her work Ims
Mrs. R. R. Hopkins was the hostess
at a large and very enjoyable card
patty yesterday afternoon at iter
home on Dartmouth street. The
roomes were elaborately decorated for
the occasion, the violet effect being
beautifully carried out in the decora
lions and score cards. The rooms
were fragrant with masses of vioiets
and the score cards were pretty
hearts and crossewTdecoraied with
liand-painted violets* and the score
was kept: by tying artificial violets
with green ribbon to the cards
Candy vioiets adorned the ice cream
and the prizes were wrapped in vio
let paper and lies with vioiet ribbon.
Six-hand euchre was played and the
first prize, a cut glass almond, was
won on a cut by Mrs. Jennings Butts.
The lone-hand prize, a silver almond
spoon, was won by Miss Jennie Bryan.
The consolation, a clover pin tray,
was cut by Miss Taliaferro. The
booby, a cut glass vase, fell to
Miss Susie Lamar. Those present
were: Misses Jennie Bryan, Arinir
tead Taliaferro, Alice Remshart,
Maude Nightengale, Fannie Grant
Nightengale, i.ula Burdette, Fannie
Symraes, Bessie Symmes, Haze) Night-
'suouiA's ejUßf ‘stioiuA’is oj ‘apidii i
Irene Wood Edna Fenniman, Lucille
Bulls, Le-!io Butts. Rosa Snyder. (Gu
sluuec- Butts, Susie Lamar. Mrs. C.
L Candler, Mrs C. 1.. Elliott, Mrs. J.
\V. Thomas, Mrs. W. G. Brantley, Mr.-;
and. J. Perry, Mrs. J. S. Dunwody, Mr-,
i.’ G. P‘U'.i!ey, Mrs. Edwin 8.-ii .tjn
Mr;. J, W. Rennet, Mrs Jennings
Butts, Mrs. Courtland Symmes, Mrs.
N. If. Ballard, Mrs. J. D. Sparks, Mrs.
J. A. Butts, Mrs. H. M. King, Mrs.
Bolling Whitfield, Mrs. ./. A. Mon-tjmni
'2 -. #•
By a Persistetnt Cough, But Perma
nently Cured By Chamberlains
Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student in
law, in Greenville, 8. C.,had been
troubled for four or five years with a
continuous cough which he says,
“greatly alarmad me, causing me to
fear that I was in the first, stage of
consumption.” Mr. Burl,age having
seen Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy ad
vertised. concluded to try it. Now
read what he says of it: “l soon felt
a remarkable change, and after using
two bottles of the twenty-five cent
size, I was permanently cured.” Sold
by all druggists.
If you want your bicycle repaired
righ* bring it to an experienced work
man. B. J Olcwlne. 505 Gloucesto
W. M. TUPPEFi a, CO.,
Forwarding and Shipping Agents.
Lighterage, Towing ami Marin*, In
surance. Correspondence Solicited
All Were Baffled.
Word comes from Wake, Ark. that
Rev. Jno. J. Cox had a strange malady
accompanied by yellow jaundice.
Fr 12 years physician* were baffled
and though everything known to tho
profession was used, the trouble re
mained. One day he began to use
Electric Bitters and in a week
change for the better came and at
length he was entirely cured. It's tho
most reliable medicine for liver and
kidney troubles. Only 50c. and guar
toed by all druggists.
From a Cat Scratch. .
On the arm to the worst sort of a
hum, sore or boil, Dewitt’s Witch Ha
zol Halve is a quick cure, in huyiu;;
Witch Hazel Halve, be pari euilar you
gel DeWitt s—this is tbo - ilv, ilim
heals without leaving a sen . A po
cific for blind, bleeding, itching an-*
protruding piles. Sold by Jocrjmr’s
Pharmacy, Smith's Pharmacy, ainl \V.
A Little Early Riser
Now an dihen, at bedtime will cure
constipation, liilion-i- and liver
troubles. DeV/itt's Link Early His
ers are the famous litll-- pills that
cure by arousing the secretions, mov
ing the bowels gently ' -’octim!!-,-
and giving such tone and strength
to the glands of the stomach and liver
♦bat the cause of the trouble is re
moved entirely, atuj if thoir use is
continued for a few days, there will
be no return of the complaint. Sold
by Joerger’s Pharmacy, Smiih’s Phar
macy and W. J. Butts.
J. A. Gulledge, of Verbena, Ala.,
was twice in the hospital from a ;
vere ease of pil<-s. causing 21 tumors.
After doctors and all -'■mod es failed,
Bucklen’s Arnica Halve quickly ar
rested further inam-uion and cured
him. It conquers r>< Im-s and kills
pain. 25 cents at all drug bsts.
Quick service at the rig it time.
When a man wants his clothes cleaned
and pressed properly and delXo'ejl ,c
short notice, the one good place to
send them is Jim Carter’s. Phone
PETITION FOR CHARTER.
STATE OF GEORGIA,
COUNTY OF UYI.N’N.
To the tfnporior Court of Said Coun
The petition of F. E. Twitty, F.
1,. Lamar, and Millard Reese, all of
I said mate and county, respectfully
1. That they desire l'or themselves
land such other persons as may be as
sociated with them to be iucorpora
i tod under the corporate name and
; style of "Thu Stanley Land Company."
| 2. That tins o! 1 joo t of ihe proposed
corporation is the pecuniary gain of
: its members, and its special objects
are: To buy, own. hold and im
prove lands and real estate generally,
j and to sell, n.. or otherwise dis
pose of such property; to buy, own,
' hold ami sell stocks and bonds till'd
(personal property ot any kind; io li u.t
. money and take irceurity thorefor;
and generally to do such other acts
and tilings as may be deemed for tne
best interests ot the corporation not
inconsistent with its character.
■j. That tiie principal oillcc of the
proposed corporation shall bo Bruns
wick, in said county of Glynn.
4. That the capital stock < f t.ue
ptopoied corporation snail be Five
TT.ou.saud Dollars divided Into lilty
shares of tiio par value ot One Hun
dred Doilais each, and petitioners de
sire ilia light r. a majority vote of
stock to increase .such, capita! stock
from time to time lo any sum ot sums
not lo exceed Fifty Thousand Dol
lars. Petitioners also desire I lie
right to receive in payment tor stock
real estate or personal property at
a valuation lo be fixed by the direc
tors. At least lea per centum ot ihu
subscribed capital stock shall be paid
in before beginning business, and Hie
balance shall be paid as called by the
5. That the officers of tne corpora
tion shall be a J’r sident. Vice-Presd
dent, Secretary and Treasurer, ami
such other ofluer- or agents as the
stockholders or d.reciors may con.di
tute or appoint. The board of dn •
tors shall consist of not less than
three nor more Hian nine persons, all
of whom shall l>o share holder.-, ami
such directors sha.il lie elected by Uio
6. That the stockholders shaii have
the right to make by-iaws, rules and
regulations for ihe government of tin
corporation, or lo delegate this au
thority lo the directors.
7. That under such corporate name
and style, your petitioners desire tin
right to contract and he contracted
with; to sue ami lie sued; to borrow
money and secure tbe s., ;13 .
hoard of directors may desire: to have
and use a common seal, and to change
the same at pleasure; and generally
to have all the rights, privileges and
powers incident lo and necessary and
proper in ihe conduct and operation
of the business of the proposed cor
poration, and all the rights, privileges
and powers given and granted similar
corporations under the laws of Geor
S. That, there shall be no individ
uai iiaoilitv upon Ihe part of any
shareholder of the corporation, except
for such amount as may be due by
such shareholder ns unpaid subscrip
tion for stock in said corporation.
9. That petitioners desire to be in
corporated under said name and stvio
of “The Stanley Land Company.’ w’ilh
all the rights, privileges and powers
i rayed for herein, for a period of
twenty,years, with the privilege of
renewal at the expiration of that."time.
F. K. TWITTY,
GEORGIA, GLYNN COUNTY.
_ I 1.-roby certify tl at th< for
application for inciu-pora tion In- tlie
petitioners (herein named of the Siau
lev Land Company, was “Jed in the
0,1 • or the cleric of the Superior
ciMiri oi said county this April 21
ff . F- du BIGNON
vien- Superior Court Glynn Ooimtv
she public i, hereby notified that
authorized collectors of Tho News
Kive Liu written authority of the
management and those vWm pay others
Ain uo ho at thoir own rislc.
For the Best tn Printing— Try the
NcWo Job Office.
For "Dorothy Dodd" shoes, the lat
o-i for women, see .1 A. Smith \'--w
■ •- -V. kilim i| ( N 'W
I am offering a full iim of all kinds
or ladies and’ mci -' shoes a reaam
able prices. ). A. Smith, N<-wc.-i ,|>.
For the Host In Printing -Try the
Nows Job Office.
This is to o-: ;jy ! h -o
Hancocks j-iquid r ii- my pr.ic
♦ice and have to.itco it. suffif-ioiitly rr
knt)w it to be a remedy of ;;'crti
merit Have used it with curative re
suits in easels that nothing eh a* would
jenefit f. R Wimborley M. i. Sco*
bind Neck, N. C , Osctobor J 7, !
For sale by Smith’s Hliurninrv
When you want a pleasant physic !
try Chamberlain’s Stomach h..i Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
plesaait in effect. For sale by all
A Farmer Straightened Out.
A man ii .in ;' on a farm near lier*
came iri a short time ago complete*
iy doubled up with rheuniai i -m. I
-• • >f Ch -
j Pain Halm and told him *o u •• it
freely and if not *:?•-• Hod ; ,ft'*r usiny,
it. tie need not inv ,i cent for sa.ys
h-. P Rader, oi Patrons Mii: N. V.
“A few days ite •■.vei jute ? ;.• st ore
'c. t traiyht a.- a .a; : am handed m
a dollar savin, . Lave me a rosier lot
tie of Chamberlain'■ Pain Halm. I
want it in the hour*” all the Line for
if cured me.” For sale by all druK
“One Dose Convinces.”
Mosleys Demon Lexer aeis ;pntly
n the bowels wiilmuf any unple - niit
ffect. It is a perfect, ihjuid inxm!jve.
:,■) cent.--, per bottle at all drug >res
News Job‘Offl'-r—Ho* t. jq-inting.
I handle a fine line of genuine
Morse!,aurn Pipes, they are beauties.
Call and look at them. Sig Levlson,
310 Bay street,
! Yesterday Ai rivals, Clearances and
. bailings—Other hews of the
Movement of Vessels
Steamer M. F. Plant. Thompson.
Steamer Colorado, Rick, Mobile,
j Steamer Seminole. Staples, Boston.
A report from Jacksonville m
! the schooner Harold <\ lie.-cl, : wli, k
went ashore on the south jeiiios la-.:
Saturday, is not as badly damaged
as it wa- at first supposed, li is said
that she will he repaired and read
lor sea again in a few days.
Things in shipping circles are gel
ting lively again. The News hears
that quite a large fleet is bound here
and mine of them should bo in now.
There was another high lide yestcr
day and the water covered all the mar
shes in Ibis section.
The tug U Dart, which has been
laid up for some months, is si ill at I
her dock and will probably remain |
there until she is sold. It is said j
lhat tiie owners are anxious to dispose '
of the boat.
PETITION FOR CHARTER.
ST ATM OF C.EOROf A,
To tin; Honorable Superior Court of
The petition of E. V. Nieholl and
ITnward Williams, of Glynn county
an 1 aid f 1 ato. and IL F. Nii holl. of
the town of Mandarin and s-'ate of
Florida, respectfully shows unto the
I. That petitioners desire fa- Cuun
selves, their as-ociates. su<* *:- Drs
and assigns, to be incorporated tr and :
tin- cornoraie name and style of “T 1
Pelle River Peeking Company.”
”. That the term for wliitdi pei*
ioners tlesire to be ittc rj.*r- and
twenty years, with the right and '• •
it. nf i < li.-u'tit n t tbo end tn 1 1
drne . alh-.w-'j bv law
T' t the (J)jeH of said cc rora
! ; poctp-;ry profit to b** <*' riv and
i7i i biueness 1 : and the parGetd-ir
busi7-.es;’, p'Mirioners preyose 10 eon
ibid is tip' plant inv nod cultivation
of oysters and oilier shod fish, in any
i and ,:11 of the sou’ . luv ; > v tt('’ s.
(stuarie.,. rivers and creeks on tho
coast of Georgia, and within the jur
isdldioi of said state or of any oth
or stale, and also the buying and dl
ing and canning of ovsters. clams
ard; other shell lish,. si rimp, prone
turtle, terrapin, vf'getrblos. frtiits
and food r-rndnets of ab kinds \vl|id
can b.e profilablv sold r emxncd.
■t. That the principal nffieo <f said
, pj\ ill b< :i Brunswick
11 - • : h
and pr‘v’l of r;i • 1 *I i hitv* brnreh'^-
and turui’i !e.-i for f >v. nr-.'-et!nn and ron
duct ni i's bn lue s in a:iy tdh ’*
nit " or in anv nf
.!;:* or h-T':i--ry nr in any ford ••
con: "v . ,
t iii• capital stod\ of b.' ‘••ahi
'•n "I’-any shall bo the sum of bvii '
1a r ( $ 25.000) 1
”, , I”* of the par value of ore
lev.dr .1 dollars reach, with the riy.'hl
I’d ;iy: !(•;'•• at any time ui. n u
ct the majority of the sbu liliobba •
of ’i compap.v to paid ca, -
it:*i to an nmeup: not o;- .•
mie hur.drod and fifty thousand dol
: Pel it it ins desire to lie it
aiod ax afon* aid with the foil •o bi'i
rights, privileges and powers*, and
with th* power- and privileges above
h : out and prayed for. to-wit: To buy.
b*:v:e own and hold real and personal
property of any and all kind or de
t to f
sti’d compa.’iy, and cee sr-ary for the
e! •■ c ■ ; i :i of aid canning b;t::iness.
w h the ri'd.t lo oil and dispose of.
, ’ii), r. I *• rn mertgacc nnv and
all id property real or p<r-'.onal
i c i' a . To pi
tr ■ va 4 e eynters arid any other
Kb. If sjaipeLy desired !■ sall corn |
p ny tt be owned r.nd cultiva ! • ’ To ;
i’c'yro.v inouev arid issue the old:- :
on: of Iho company t her of oi
to s<•'■lire r}. pi:y:;. I .t ther.-of by
deed, motdpaiyie or othrcwl-c may
be deemed best by the board of I:
r< -ters of said conip.isy: to <*or;ra' t
and be contract J vil!;; sue amid be
sued; | Pad and !* impleaded; to i
have at ! tmo ,i common r> al: to make i
rcles, rec.ulrfions and by-law* for the j
manage rn n! u'.'id r> y.trol ef . aid eon:
?>ars y by its a fib ere ; that t ie' slot i: !
j n,.'.y Is’ eai 1 f.i; r J her in ce! , i or ic, ,
h i 11 ej, of i: 1 property re-i.i fin:! | •>
foml Q-’d of any character Hint run
be used in aid busiiKus; which said
-■.limition s’all be fixer! by petitioners
upon organization and election of
berd of directors; that more than te;;
per of the capital slock has al
ren.dy been paid ii': f- bn. and hob!
stm-i: in any oilier corporation of cor
poratlons: ilial (ho stockholders in
: • r*ornna?iy '-hnH hr* lial.l* 'or ih
,i::if of n:i aid s!nr!; sub •cription:
*'< l • " nvrnllv to do all m:ml any and
;i'i :i;! thins: and
i roni r t■ If if no in I In- or i:]m ‘ of
h" ’ tu-iof tho r<v-i|-nr*v ml in
v/?!h <l:o oV,rr,f<'T of fi f
or t\. bvlawi oi :>?'! ■
v:ito- for *, net it jonrv • • .*•
mn-If a body > ( rpornfo :* !• ?• * ’ ■
•'i-"hts. pi*ivilo‘/'*s a I ini: ’
"Ui >*cl to the b:bili :■ f;v. ,| 1
f.jy, May li. i'-..:':
D VV Ki ri .
P- *f Hi' ‘ A' ■ .
C • jr-ia, (\ : -oi!i rtonnfv
T . ’■'*r- by n lifv !!;,: •'* ni * .
f’-?' coins: i. - n '*•>!<• . v of
ition tor i:voor:'* !■. > of "
<■ * TV*-kins- Conif > ■
’j rri” o(Rr<* Wftn <■■*>• s rrv hat ! i 1 ■'
fleial seal of said com' tills Mac 1:1
,9n:! H. F riu Slqnon,
Clerk Superior Court, Glynn County,
MAY 13, 1303.
LOOK HEREJOH IT
It is Vvhat the Reader Has Long
People will road advert i: -.oments
abou! < hits made by nmun :v.v. An
as they road they winder m' he .aato
u.oiiis are true, if iru* \.. . the re
lief temporary or pormanc r? Road
Ibis ease about Doan': Ki.im Rills;
W. if. Clarke, of I’ i• •11 • r, a<-
countanf at. the Bio 'Bros. Tnbaom>
works. AVln l '1 iiV Va . . . ••jf
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