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Mattings, Rugs, Linoleum
and Oil Cloth Floor
Brighten your floors a bit. Don’t care how careful a housekeeper you
may be, 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 suppose that vour neighbor
does not know the difference reversing conditions. Whatever is best in
Matting, Oil Cloth or Linoleum you will find our stock contains new de
signs, choice patterns, an immense variety to select from.
*The Id Standby
l At the Same Old Place
Albert Arnheiter, the well known young
£ butcher, stiil doing business at the old stand
k No 207 Monk street where he will be glad to
see his friends. Full line of everything in
k the Meat Line, Fancy, Family and Staple
2!T*t? it I\f a (itfaftH
1 1 U 1 jf *M
11 iPlp'nf / / 1 L I
WSSmflls £1 Morgan & Davis
\ I (f I DISTRIBUTORS, Brunswick, Ga
W( ished principles. - JWflißfi. Jfcfr Jw
; <wr :
► 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
cate the people to the use of good,!
pure, wholesome food, and to the,
, fact that It is not economyto buy*
; cheap Groceries. Encourage us,
[ by trading with us. '■
THOMAS KEANY, Grocer, J
; Phone 11. 312 Newcastle
“Dorothy Dodd’’ shoe is a novelty
in womens shoes, Oxfords and ties,
$3. J. A. Smith, Newcastle street.
Pure Chemicals are the only kind
used at Jim Carter’s clothes cleaning
establishment. He is reliable and
wants your work. Phone 353 3
A Thoughtful Man.
M. M. Austin <t£ Winchester, Ind.
knew what to do in the hour ot need.
His wife had such an unusual case a£
stomach and liver trouble, physicians
could not lieip' hS'V He thought ol
and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills
and she got relief at on ;e and was
iinaliy cured. Only 25c. at all drug
U you want your bicycle repaired
riglF bring it to an experienced work
man. B. J Olewine, 505 Qioueests"
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 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 cat, —makes the stom
ach sweet. Sold by Joergor’a Phar
macy, Smith's Pharmacy and W. J.
Real Estate Bargains.
$3,500.00 for one of the prettiest
houses on Union street. Lot 90x80
and 7 room house $250.00 45x90 near
the business center. $1,000.00 for 4
room house, close in. SSOO.Oo for 4
small houses, rent at SIO.OO per month.
$200.00 for 3 room house, brings $5.00
BROBSTON. > ENDIG & CO.
H. S. LEE, Manager.
Bealers In —
21S Newcastle Street,
Bear m Mind
That we Bel)
--S ' ' ' y >.
Tire arms, cutlery and sporting
goods. Fishing tackle.
EMPTY ANP LOADED SHELLS*
GUN AND £SlUtft_£ REPAiRING.
P .O. KESSLER
Relief fop the Suffering.
Hancock’s Liquid Sulphur will give
you imediate relief and permanently
cure all such diseases as eczema, pim
ples, tetter, herpes, rinkworm, salt
rheum, dandruff, diphtheria, sore
throat , cuts, burns, open sores and alt
blood and skin troubles. Hundreds of
cases oDskin diseases have been per
manently cured by the use of Han
rcock’s Liquid Sulphur after ali other
remedies have failed. For sale by
| Smith's Pharmacy.
Artistic effect finish and lasting qual
ities considered. Wilson’s Photo
graph Studio, 502 1-2 Gloucester St.,
has no competitors. <* there “ye
: Views Vletes.
Mrs. G. A. Ralston returned fiom
a visit to Darien yesterday.
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Mrs. Fary Forbes is the guest of
Mrs. William Baker during Mr. Bak
er’s absence in New Orleans.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Armstrong, of
Atlanta, will arrive this morning and
will lie the guests of Captain U Dart.
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Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Phillips will
move shortly into the Hoffman house
bn Union street, recently purchased
by them. j
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Mrs. B. B. Strait and her children
leave shortly for their future home
in Macon, going to Asheville later to
spend the summer.
m m ■
Mrs. Mamie Minehan leaves in a
few days for Savannah, where she will
be one of the guests at the wedding
of Miss Lena Eddenfle-ld, formerly
of this city.
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Mr. C. D. Ogg will compliment the
younger children of the Bethel Sunday
school with a pleasant picnic today.
The teacher- who will go are Mrs.
F. Galeheli, Mrs. C. L. Candler, Miss
Lutie Collins, and Miss Janie Alex
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Circle number four of the Metho
dist Aid society, Mrs. D. D. Atkinson
president, desires to thank all those
who so kindly assisted by their pat
ronage and in other ways to make
their lunch a success during this
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A plesaant party that will sjend to
day on St. Simon is composed of the
following: Fr. and Mrs. A. F. Wil
der, Mrs. G. O. Wilder, Mrs. W. B.
Cook, Miss Frances Cook, Miss Ada
Cook and Master Leslie Wilder.
The pretty little girl baby of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Dart will be christ
ened Tuesday next and will he named
Emily Angeline. Mr. and Mrs. \V.
13. Armstrong of Atlanta, will he God
father and God mother, respectively,
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Among the pleasing features of the
entertainment to ire given next Tues
day evening will be the orchestra,
which will be composed of Brunswick's
..best talent. The operetta and “War
of the Roses” will be short and attrac
- i wijywH on .the.* yogi am.
ire. ivi. Baker is ritg from,
‘Me effq-‘ = nf a fall le snstain^
Thursday. down the stffrs
she tripped and "fell the
receiving a number of severe bruises
iwtunately no bones were broken and
'her friends hope that no serious re
sults will occur from the accident.
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Mrs. C. L. Elliott gave a pleasant
surprise party Thursday evening in
honor of Miss Maud Elliott. Flincli
was played and delicious refreshments
were served after the games. Mr.
Cargylo Elliott acted as for the lit
tle girls while the boys went into
the party, being at that bashful age
when escorting the fair sex is a task
to be avoided. Those present were:
Misses Marie Everett, Winnie Mc-
Kinnon, Olivia Kay, Margaret O,Con
nor, Marie Nightengale, Irene King,
Masters Raymond Kay,'Ralph Wood,
Seolia Wright, Frank Atkinson, Mal
colm Fleming and Monroe Elliott.
OVERCOATS and winter suits now
should be thoroughly cleaned and
packed for putting away, by Jim Gar
ter, the loader of clothes cleaners.
Ring phone 253-2.
Fresh strawberries today at Geo.
I am offering a full line of all kinds
of ladies and’ mens’ shoes at reason
able prices. J. A. Smith, Newcastle
A. R. U. C.
UPHOLSTERING AND CANING
Laying Carpets and Matting, Putin-.'
in Cane Scats in Chairs, Mattros-es
made and renovated, Furniture re
packed and carpets cleaned,
Baby Carriages Repaired.
W. H. THOMAS,
110 Gloucester Street.
Fro-h okra and green corn at Goo.
Just received a half car of John W.
Masury Railroad lead in all colors,
li you want to use lead and oil you
cannot do better than buy this brand.
The Douglas Hardware Cos.
If it is good to eal we have it. Okra
green corn and strawberries today.
Geo. W. Harper.
PEERLESS BOLTED MEAL IS
THE HEAD OF THE LIST. ASK
YOUR GROCER FQR IT.
Paint your houso with Harrison
Bros. & Co.,town and county ready
mixed paints and you will be pleased.
For rale by Douglas Hardware Cos.
To the Consumer.
I will give the retailers’ profit. 1
have just received 10,000 Maitre I.a
Bori cigars a real good 5c cigar which
I will sell direct to the consumer at
$1.25 per box of 50. I am sole agent
for this brand. This cigar is worth
$2.00 per box, one box will make you
get more at Sig Levison, 310 Bay
THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS.
PETITION FOR INCORPORATION.
Georgia, Glynn County.
To the Superior Court of said county
Petition for incorporation ot "Glynn
Hardware and Supply Go.”
Tile petition of J. J. Lott, C. Down
ing, E. F. Coney,W. M. Tupper, J. A.
Foster, R. K. Briesenlck, J. B. Wright
and F. D. Aiken, all of said county,
First. That they desire for them
selves, their associates, successors and
assigns to be incorporated under te
name and style of Glynn Hardware
and Supply Cos.”
Second. The term for which peti
tioners ask to he incorporated is twen
y years, with the privilege of renewal
at the end of that time.
Third. The capital stock of the cor
poration is to be forty thousand ($lO,-
000.00) dollars, divided into shares
of one hundred dollars each, with the
privilege of increasing said capital
stock upon a vote of two-thirds of the
capital stock then issued to an amount
not exceeding in the aggregate one
hundred thousand (100,000.00) dol
Fourth. Your petitioners pray lhat
they he permitted to pay for the capi
tal stock in real and personal property
or either at fair valuation or in part
property and in part money.
Fifth. The object of The proposed
corporation is and
gain to its stockholders; and to that
end your petitioners desire to lie’ in
corporated for the purpose of carry
ing on a wholesale and retail business,
either or both, in goods, wares and
merchandise of any and ail kinds, but
particularly in hardware and mill sup
plies: to purchase and sell same by
wholesale or retail, or both; to lmy
and sell for cash or on credit all such
articles and things as are usually
embraced in a business of like char
acter. and any and all articles which
may be profitable to handle and sell
in connection therewith; to act as
commission merchants and sell upon
commission and charge for such sor
vices, and to make contracts to act
as agents for manufacturing estab
lishments, and to exercise all usual
powers and do all usual and necessary
acts which pertain to or may be eon
ected with the business of retail and
wholesale dealers, or any other ca
Sixth. To purchase and hold real
estate necessary to the carrying on
of said business, and to acquire the
same whenever it is necessary to pro
tect the interest of said corporation
and to sell the same; to borrow money
and execute mortgages or other liens
upon its property to secure the same;
to have the right to issue bonds if do
sired and to make deeds of trust or
mortgages upon its property to secure
the same, to take mortgages and liens
upon both real and personal
property for the protection and
security of any advances made
to any person or persons or for
any debts owed to said corpora
tion, and to acquire the property so
pledged, if necessary to protect its
Seventh. To have and use a com
mon seal, to sue and bg sued, to plea
and be impleaded wifflA any,of the
feyrts of this state n/aifcy ctl&>state
of Jhe TTtilted States.
Eighth. The iMtiucip*! ofilcs and
place of business of the proposed cor
poration is to h e in theVcity of Bruns
wick, said county and state, with the
power to establish branch offices in
any other place or places in this state,
or any other state or country.
Wherefore, petitioners pray to he
made a body corporate under the
name and style aforesaid, entitled to
all the rights, privileges and immu
nites herein prayed for. and subject
to the liabilities fixed by law.
This May 4th, 19(13.
O. P. GOODYEAR,
Filed in office this 4th day of May
H. F. DU BIGNON,
Fieri; Superior Court, Glynn Countv
Georgia, Glynn, County.
I, 11. F. du Bignon, clerk of Superior
court of said county, do certify that
the above and foregoing is a true and
correct copy of the original petition
for charter of file in my office to in
corporate the "Glynn Hardware and
Witness my hand and seal this Mav
H. F. DU BIGNON
Clerk Superior Court, Giynr. Countv
The Wastes of the Body.
Every seven days he blood, mus
cles and bones of a man of average
size loses two pounds of wornout tis
sue. This waste cannot be replen
ished and the health and strength
kept up without perfect digestion.
When the stomach and digestive or
gans fail to perform their functions,
the strength lets down, health gives
way, and disease sets up, Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure enables the stomach and
digestive organs to digest anOassim
ilate all of the wholesome* wid that
may be eaten into the kind" of Mood
that rebuilds the tissues and protects
the health and strength of the mind
■and body. Kodol cures indigestion,
dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. It
is an ideal spring tonic. Sold by
Joerger’s Pharmacy, Smith’s Pharma
cy and W. J. Butts.
THE DOWNING CO. HAVE ON A
NICE LINE OF TOILET SOAP.
When you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
plesamt in effect. For sale by a!)
"One Dose Convinces.”
Mosleys Lemon Elixer acts gently
in the bowels without any unpleasant
effect. It is a perfect liquid laxative.
50 per bottle at al' drug stores
The Reason Why.
Hancock’s Liquid Suiphirr should be in
every home: It i3 indorsed and pre
scribed by many leading physicians'for
such diseases as eczema, pimples, ring
worms, salt rheum, dandruff, diphthe
ria, sore throat, cuts burns, open sores
and all blood and skin troubles. No
household should be without it. Ask
.your druggists for a book on Liquid
Sulphur and see what the doctors say
regarding this wonderful remedy* For
Bale at Smith's Pharmacy.
Bloating, Gravel, Dull Backache, Blad
der Disease, Uriny Affections, Deep
Seated Cases Especially Cured By
Stuart's Gin and Buchu.
Stuart’s Gin and Buchu acts directly
on the bladder, the urethral tract and
the kidneys, driving out all the ob
structions and making a perfect cure
ot the most aggravating, dangerous
and deep-seated cases.
Gravel symptoms—Burning sensa
tion in passing urine, frequent desire
to urinate, the urine is thick and sed
imentary, the whole nervous system is
disordered, digestion impaired, sleep
disturbed, loss of strength and vigor,
Stuart’s Gin and Buchu will euro ev
ery symptom, disolve the gravel,
between the urine, bund up tin
Mucous Discharges—Difficulty in
passing water, ulcerations, irretations
of Hie urethra, disagreeable odor of
the urine, pains in back, swollen an
kles and logs, catarrh of flic bladder,
are all quickly and permanently cured
by Stuart’s Gin and Buchu.
Bright's Disease—Dry skin, short
ness of breath, urine dark colored.
The worse cases cured by Stuart’s
Gin and Buchu. Pleasant to the taste.
Thoroughly listed for past 20 years
in private and hospital practice, with
a record of 800 cures ot chronic kid
ney and bladder (roubles —the kind
that had resisted al! other treatment.
Druggists or by express, SI.OO
Sample botlle ftee by writing Stu
art Drug Cos., Atlanta, Ga. We have
set aside 15,000 hollies for free dis
tribution so as to move our claims,
so write at once.
Miss Slater has something else new.
Tho New Bishop Collar, in linen,
stamped in different designs.
All Were Baffled.
Word comes from Wake, Ark. that
Rev. Jno. J. Cox had a strange malady
accompanied by yellow jaundice.
Par 12 years physicians were baffled
and though everything known to the
profession was used, the trouble re
mained. One day he began to use
Slectric Bitters and in a week ;li
change for the better came and at
length he was entirely cured. It's the
most reliable medicine for liver and
kidney troubles. Only 50c. and guar
-10011 by all druggists.
Tho best pill ’neath the stars and
It cleanses tho system and never
1 Liltie iiariy Risers of wurdly repute.
Ask for Dewitt’s and take no
■ A small pill .easy to buy easy to take
and easy to act, but never falling in
results. Dewlft’s Little Rarly Risers
arouse the secretions and act as a
tonic to the liver, curing permanent
ly.—Joergor’s 'Pharmacy, Smith’s
Pharmacy, W. J. Ifcr.thi.
To Grgtr" Hair
and Hair Tonic is
the Best el-lure of imitations I
FOR. EASY SHAVING
Bents auy soap, so handy. Incollapsibla
tubes. It your harbor or druggist does
not keep Coho Shaving Foam sand 85c to
A. R. Bremct Cos., Chicago, for regular tube.
t-or Sale by W J BUTTS, Druggist
The mftst miserable beings in the
world are those suffering from dys-:
pepsia and liver complaint. More
han seventy-five per rout, of the peo- 1
pie of the United Stales arc afflicted
with these two diseases and their ef
cts: such as Sour Stomach, Sick
headache, habitual costiveness, pal
pitation of the heart, heart burn,
Svaterbrash, gnawing and burning
,pains at the pit of the stomach, yel
low skin, coated tongue and disagree
able taste in the mouth, coming up
of food alter eating, low spirits, etc.
Go to your druggist and got a bottle
of August Flower for. 25 or 75 cents.
Two doses will relieve you. Try it.
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I will be abswit, front (he cily this
week, but my office will lie open,
ail orders will receive careful atten
C. H. JEWETT. |
I will lie at tlie following places
n th following days to reoeiv* stats 1
and county tax returns for tlie jeori
Pyles Crossing, April 4th and 23d.
St,. Simon's Mills, April 10th and
sth. May £2nd.
Sterling, April 11th, May 2nd a*d
Jamaica, April 15th and 24th. May
Brunswick, April 10th, 17lh, 13th
May*lll, Bth, 9th and 28t,h, 30th.
JOHN E. DUBBERUY.
Receiver Tax Returns for Glynn Coun
News Job Office—Best Printing.
J. A. Gtilledgo, of Verbena, Ala.,
was twice in the hospital from a se
vere case of [ ibs, causing 24 tumors.
After doctors and all remedies failed,
Hucklen’s Arnica Salve quickly ar
rested further inamation and cured
him. It, conquers aches and kills
pain. 25 cents at all druggists.
Sash, doors and blinds for sale
at Douglas Hardware Cos.
Yesterday Arrivals, Clearances and
Sailings—Other News of the
Movement of Vessels
Steamer Colorado, Risk, Mobile.
Schooner Robert M. Stephenson,
Schooner Helena, Kneeland, New
“Dorothy Dodd” shoes are the very
latest for women. 1 have them. j.
A. Smith, Newcastle street.
EDWIN W. DART,
Attorney and Councellor at Law.
Court House> Brunswick, Ga.
A Little Early Riser
Now an dihen, at bedtime will cure
constipation, biliousness and liver
troubles. DeWitt’s Little Early Ris
ers are the famous little pills that
cure by arousing the secretions, mov
ing tho bowels gently, yet effectually,
and giving such tono and strength
to the glands of tho stomach and liver
that the. cause of the trouble is re
moved entirely, and if their use is
continued for a few days, there will
he no return of the complaint. Sold
by Joerger’s Pharmacy, Smith’s Phar
macy and W. J. Butts.
•Country honey in pound sections,
best on earth, none excepted at Geo.
W Ii toper’s.
Respectfully announces to its mapy
friends and patrons in Brunswick and
surrounding country that we are pre
pared to till thoir orders for any ol
tho leading brands of whiskies on the
market at popular prices. All goods
will Be delivered to oujt of town <*oh
tomers free of express charges: w. W.
W„ Wilson, Old Saratoga, Louis 66,
Yellowstone, Paul 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 liret class establish
ment. Pool and billiard tables kept
in an up-todate condition. We serve
an excellent lunch from 11 a. n te
1 p. m.
Fresh green corn and okra toady.
G. W. Harper.
A Sure Thing.
It is said that nothing is sure ex
cept death and taxes, but that, is not
altogether true. Dr. King’s New Dis
covery for consumption i3 a sure curt
or all lung and throat troubles. Thou
sands can testify to that. Mrs. C. B.
Van Metre of Shepherdtown, W. Va.
ays: “1 had r severe caso <if bronchi
tis and for a year tried everything i
heard of, but got no relief. One bottle
f Dr. King's,New Discovery then cured
no absolute.y. It’s infaiible for Croup,
Whooping Cough, Grip, Pneumonia
and Constr 'on. Try it. It’s guar,
autecd by w druggists. Trial bot
tles free. Regular sizes 50c. and
Green corn, fresh strawberries and
okra at Geo. W. Harper’s.
Mr. Joseph Pominville, of Stillwater,
Minn., after having spent over $2,000
with the host doctors for stomach
trouble, without, relief, was advised
by liis druggl-t Mr. Alex. Richard,
to try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. He did so and is a
well man today. If troubled wilh in
digestion, bad taste in tiie mouth,
Ia elf of appetite or constipation, give
these taldets a trial, and you are ecr-
Inin to lie more than pleased wilh
the result. For sale at 25 cents per
kox by all druggists.
Why you should use a
♦ GAS COOKINC STOVE
t ELECTRIC F AN
Ist. It makes the long sum- -
. ir.er days endurable.
2nd. It makes life worth living. -
. 3rd. It does away with the
expense of going to the moun-'
f tains or islands.
will lie discovered after a short 5
♦ trial of them. Get the benefits.
♦ AT ONCE, see us TODAY.
t MUTUAL LIGHT
♦ & WATER CO.
MACHHN SOLD OUT
But J. H. Tankcrsley Has Not.
But has a fine line of Harness
and Collars, Whips, Lap Dusters, ths
latest patterns on the market. Cur
tain covers, Buggy taps, Pheats and
Storm Aprons and Side Catches,
j All work done in the best of style.
A full line in everything in the Har
ness line Call and see me.
J. H. TANKERSLEY.
Dr. O. G. Green, of Wooduury, New
Jersey, sole manufacturer of Green’s
August Flower and Boschee’s German
Syrup, whose advertisement appears
in our paper regularly, will send to
any one mailing a tv'o cent stamp
to pay postage, one of his new Ger
man Syrup and August Flower puzzles,
made of wood and glass, it amuses
and perplexes young and old. Al
though very difficult, it can he mas
tered. Mention this Paper.
MAY 23, 1903.
;a fatal mistake
IS OFTEN MADE BY THE WISEST
It’s a fatal mistake to neglect back
Backache is the first symptom of
Serious complaints follow.
, Doan’s Kidney Pills cure them
Don t. delay until too late.
Until it becomes diabetes —Bright’s
Read wliat this gentleman says:
Capt. D. W. Welch, keeper of tho
Wood county infirmary, Parkersburg,
W. Va„ says: "I had to go around
trying to evade pain constantly, aware
that a false step, jerk, o.r twist would
bring punishment, and I was afraid
to handle anything for ;'ear of a re
minder in (he shape of a twinge of
pain. 1 trade al Dr. J. N. Murdoch’s
drug store on Third street, and have
something to get in the drug line
every time i come in. If was there
I learned aliotti Doan'- Kidney Pills
and I took a supply home with mo and
used them My wife used them and
my sister, Mrs. A. Amici;, of No. 615
Seventh street, used them. They
cured the three of ns. F am hero in
the city every few days and can sttlt
stantiale tiie remark) I have made.”
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
ci'nis a fox. Foster-Mil burn Cos. Buf
falo. N. Y. sole agent for the U. S.
Remember the name—Doan’s—and
take r.o other.
IF YOU FF-EL LANGUID
j And thoroughly tired out after Very
slight exertion, it shows that your
blood is thin and intpovished, .".id Iho
action of your heart is weak.
Take Smith’s Compound Sarsapa
rilla il will purify, enrich and vitalize
your blood, and put your whole ays
teh in a healthy condition
if you’re going on a trip
Here’s a pleasant little tip |
Place a bo'tle in your grip
Red Top Rye
S. D. LEVADAS,
Sole agent Brunswick, Ga.
;.j6 Monk Street.
Ferdinand Westhcimer C Sons/Dif.ttllcra B
Cincinnati, 0. St. J Mo. Louisville, Ky I
Up to Date
Cos N ' S y
*, THE QUICKEST BUNCH
' r *
v can be had hero. We call it our r *
y "rapid-fire lunch” because it is
. served so quickly. %
<r It. is not fired at our patron-, fe
y however, but placed before them Vfc
y in a dainty and appetizing man V.
v nc ’ r -
H This lunch costs little, can bo %
yj quickly disposed of and satisfies f *
v all but tlie most robust appetites.
* J. W. WILSON, Prop. Vi
’Phone 321. fc
This < jlebr ,ed tonic is Ik growing
demand. The season e 4 the groa’est
need is approaching, indigestion. Bit*
liousness, Jaundice, CfcilH and Fever,
Bick Headache, pains in Ut% br.ck and
'Sidneys all depend upon ria'.aria, and
Bellevue Tonic cures them all in any
W. J, BUTTS,
. .3JS*. Prußdl**,