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fh BEACH I
Arc you going to thei
;K®a Islands? If you do you 2
i \ > will want a Bath Suit. ;
\mL)} aruH V n„ h c avcjl,stri ' teiVed
4* : mi 2e^
i|| %adiea\ Mtetfes,
S&. 0 and 'Childrens
IT:; BATH SHITS
t Ladies’ bath Caps and
v bathing Shoes, bathing
Hats and Bags.
A Good Drug Store 5
No mat tor Wh at kind of Drug store %
goods you want, thi is a good place \
to buy them. It' you want pure drugs <j
1 and medicines, if you want toilet ar-
* tides and sick room necessities; if *
you want perfumes; or if you want ,
* any of the thousand and one things *
carried by a first-da. > and up-to-date J
i drug store, got them of us and they j
; will ho good. '
F very tiling is good in this store. j
t Tho finality is always good, our sor-
vifo is always good. We would like
to have your drug store trade, ami
will do ( very thing we enn to make
you enjoy trading with 11s.
W. J. BU TTS, Druggist
‘ Agent for Huyle-s’ Candies.
m WITH EVERY CASH PURCHASE A
_ of twenty-five rents or over at our,
► A— ... ' store wo will rive you a ticket which -
- /■% IINIJ *" entitles you to a free clmnce on a"
” handsome Parker fountain pen, to be
1 g j - j given away every Saturday night to.
► lU. L A y the person holding tlio lucky number.-
► Pen on exhibition at our store.
:Free! HUNTER’S Pharmacy
Sale of [VlSlsinery Goods.
Having leased my store from June Ist. to MORGAN PUI G STORK, 1
will sell my entire stock, consisting of .... .;&al
Millinery Goods, Phew Cases,
In lr.ts to dealers at a sacrifice. Call and examine. Must he disposed of
K"3. E EARLE
How Does This strike I
You jpor prices.
Bacon 11 cents per pound j£
Best Flour 24 pounds for BO cents B
Best Butter 30 cents per pound g
Octagon Soap 6 bars or 25 cents B
Jellies, 3-pound cans 10 cents ■
Schnapps Tobacco ‘lO cents per pound H
Pure havers of five and ten dollar-, worth get a present, fl
’Phone 205. I
j! Don't Fail to Attend
I EMBROIDERY and LACE
>’ SAL ZE3
! at “ELKANS”
I flonda} 7 , May 25.
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NOTES ABOUT PEOPLE WHO
COME AND GO IN AND OUT
OF THE CITY.
L. J. Leavy is in Macon.
W. 11. IJyor returned to Waycross
Captain O. 11. McrriflcM continues
Col. .1. W. Bennett returned to bis
In Wayeross. last night.
W. (I. Ellenwood returner', from tin
New Orleans reunion yesterday.
Jacob Gazan, a well known Savan
nah attorney, was in the city yester
Solicitor Kenan, solieitor general of
the Atlantic circuit, of Darien, was
among tin.- visitors to the city yester
L. W. Beach and D. h. Keller re
turned last night from ff. Simon,
they have been fishing for a .day of
Judge T. A, Barker left for Baxley
last night to spend Sunday with his
family. He will return to the city
That’s Postum's Job.
The rapidity with which pure food
and drink will win a hard battle ag
ainst ill health makes people stare
sometimes. The most wonderful
medicines in the world may he tried'
without so long as the body i- slug
ged with coffee. After lying ten
months in bed from his third attack
of La Grippe, a gentleman of Bridge
port Va., recovered his health al
most entirely in two weeks by leaving
off coffee and drinking Postum Cer
eal Coffee at meal times. Ho says:
"I was reduced in weight from ISO
to about. 100 pounds and thus re
mained a poor, helpless skeleton for
k months notwithstanding my physi
•cian's liberal 'prescriptions, besides
'many bottles and Live..' of exten
sively advertised remedies and dozens
of holies of malt and other tonics.
“Finally in April i stopped using
coffee and other drugs and medicine::
of every kind and adopted a diet of
plenty of Postum and Grape Nuts. To
my surprise in a short timie I was able
to eat and digest soft boiled eggs
for breakfast and beef steak for din
ner. I gained flesh and, tretigth rap
"On the after''.v/Wte 9 I wal
k'd out my res® the, first
time tn 10 at- ~ Two
weeks later I left,/re tnv boy
hood’s homo in talli fd Green Moun
tain State where tStniiuitv living in
lad ter hiealth and smwgh since I
liad mv first attack of Cos Grippe in
1892. I regard my ease as having
been hopeless -ofnr as medical science
was concerned by reason of heart fail
ure, nervous prostration, and. ns my
physician termlcd it. nearly total par
alysis of certain inferinal organs, hut
found all this was caused from coffee
“Before 1 found Po t! tum 1 was 7ft
years old, now I feel 70 years young.”
Name furnished by Postum Cos., Rat
lie Creek, Mich.
A Farmer Straightened Out.
A man living on a farm near here
came in a short (Ime ago complete
ly doubled up with rheumatism. 1
handed him a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and told him to use it
freely and if not satisfied after using
it lie need not pay a cent for it," says
O. P. tßider, of Pattens Mills. N. V.
"A few days he walked into the store
as straight as a string and handed me
a dollar saying, ‘give me another hot
lie of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I
want it in tlio house all tlie time for
it eared me." For sale by all drug
After long and careful investigation
of the various makes of white lead
colors and ready mixed paints, we
have decided to take the agency oft*
the products of Harrison Tiro-’. & Cos.
In offering this famous line we believe
that we are rendering the best possi
ble service to our customers.
The Douglas Hardware Cos.
Attorhey at Law.
Cen he found tn Opera House Bld'g
Office of F. SB. Twittv <v- J. F>. Rn-e-’-r
For the Best In Printing—Try the
News Job Office.
IVORY SOAP SUPPLIED BY THE
News Job Office—Best Printing.
-THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS.
THE OLD RELIABLE
XHERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Notice of Special Meetinng of the
Stockholders cf the Brunswick
& Birmingham Railroad
A special °f the stock
holders of I -unswirk & Birming
ham Railroad company is hereby cal 1-
and to meet at the office of the com
pany in Brunswick, Oa.. on the 6th
day of .Tunc, 1003, at eleven o’clock
a. in. for the purpose of formally
approving the accounts and the acts
of certain former officers and directors
of /the company and ratifying the
action taken by the directors in re
R. A. FAIR BAIRN,
First Vice President Brunswick and
Birmingham Railroad company.
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We have on hand a full line of
the following stock.
RAILING and ROUGH
I + ‘ic- niirttf* y<>ti prir-c
ing and Plaining
■PhonA' No. 102.
\ Talk, j
t We are now showing a fine linev
l Of ♦
i in ;
I jewelry j
Call and Examine 9
i Jeweler and Eye Specialist. s
■ 215 NEWCASTLE STREET. 4
ft 4 .
, Keeper of the City Clock.. Time J
\ by wire from Washington daily"’
k at 11 a. m. -
*.-* wS fcU AVI O A. • al** At* At*’ •r' a?' A
t AND ;
* Fresh Meats
Durden & Cos
. Wolf nnil I Street sell it for
* less, j mp"'”. and what you
* order wi.\ toT delivered promptly.’
4- READ THESE PRICES.
* Stew Meats from 5 to 71-2-
pound Steak from 10c pound to,
We have the best honey on earth,
None excepted and this is true al
ways at Geo. \V. Harper's.
..THE DOWNING CO MAKE A
SPECIALTY *OF RICE AND COF
I handle a fine line of genuine
Mersehaum Pipes, they are beauties.
Call and look at them. Sig Levlson,
310 Pay street
Croon corn and okra today at Geo.
Headquarters for Groceries.
Attention is called to the ad. ol
A. Zelmenovitz, the well known gro
cer, which appears elsewhere in this
issue. Zelieenovitz can save you
Cheap Real Estate.
One of the prettiest homos on Un
ion street, lot 90x180 ; 7 rooms house,
price $3,500, payable SI,OOO cash bal
ance one. two and three years 6 per
cent Interest Grand opportunity for
For bargains of all kinds call on
us. BROBSTQN, FENDIG & C.O
AROUND OUR CITY.
BATCH OF SMALL ITEMS PICKED
UP DURING THE DAY BY
A New Departure.
The Brunswick Planing and For
warding company is now handling lum
ber, retail, and building material gen
erally. See the ad. in this issue.
Clean up Now.
This is the season, of the year when
everybody should keep their premises
clean because summer is on a:nd we
want another healthy one like last
.year. The sanitary department of
the city is doing every thing possible
Ito have E nnswick clean for the sum
There will be introduced a.i the
next session of the general assem
bly of Gec. gia, to convene on the
fourth Wednesday in dune, 1003, A
PII.I, to he entitled “An act to amend
the charter of the City of Brunswick,
ami for other purposes.” This May
At the Oglethorpe.
T. .1. Dickey. Fitzgerald: J. IT. Bail
ed, N. C.; T. Winston Kennen. Savan
nah : P. S. Hinson, Riehmon,
E. Y. Hagcman, Philadelphia;
R. C. Hawkins, Virginia; William
Kinschief, Jr.. New York; George O
Von Werter, Washington; G. T. Ryle, I
Macon; W. C. Doolittle and wife
Sb rt Beach, Conn.' Mrs. Ellen Bush. '
Mrs. 1!. L. Halstod. Boston; Lawson
Anderson, Montgomery; Otis Hyatt,:
Atlanta; J. A. Foster, St. Simon; Ja
cob Gazen, Savannah; .1. P. Davenport
City; M. Malsby, Atlanta; D. A. Simp
sou. Atlanta; T. If. Adair, Savannah;
I, S. Bis ctt, Savannah; L. W. Roberts
Jr., Fitzgerald; J. Rolhcrburg, Cincin
nati; W. B. Hillard, Macon; J. H.
Evans, Macon; C. H. Swint, Macon;
N. W. Allen, Macon; E. R. Manning,
Atlanta; W. E. Perry, Chicago; C. A.
lias taken place and Jim Carter's is
the place to send your summer suit
to he cleaned. Ring phone 253-2.
W. M. TUPPER & CO.,
Forwarding and Shipping Agents, |
Lighterage, Towing Marine In- ‘
•urance. Coere s pcntiance Solicited i
Green corn, oyra tomatoes and
pfjewherries W. hy^
THh"fPki‘ gTiestio ‘•f* 4
Council Witt Dismiss it at its “ Next
Mee\ : nq.
Tlie public is iwn-eby notified that
at Die next regular meeting of the
mayor and couheil of the city of
Brunswick, to be held on Thursday
night. Way 28, 1902, at 8 o’clock, in
the council chamber, action will lie
taken on n. petilion from the hoard
of education of Glynn county for a
99 year lease of Orange Park in New
Town, for the purpo o of erecting
theron a school building for white
children. Those opposing the grant
of such a lease and desiring to object
thereto will lie accorded the privilege
of tile floor.
Tty order of the mayor and council
this May 21. 7902.
N. D. RUSSELL,
Clerk of Council.
Fresh corn and okra today aL Geo.
The Neptune Mercantile company,
C. M. Tilton, manager, will bo the
headquarteis of tlio News on tile is
land this summer and those who have
news items or care to subscribe for
tto paper can do so by calling at
Mr. Tititons. As soon as the boats
are put on regularly a carrier will go
over every morning and the Now r s
will to delivered at your cottage door
for the same price, 50 Cents a
There will be introduced a!* this
next session of the general assem
bly of Georgia, to convene on the
J fourth Wednesday in June, 1903, A
SHILL to be entitled "An act to amend
the charter of the City of Brunswick,
and for other purposes.” This May
As an inducement to women to trythe “Dorothy Dodd” Shoe and to tell
their experience with them in orderthat others may he induced to be
come wearers, I have succeeded inpersuading the “Dorothy Dood” Shoe
Cos. to offer
$4,000 in Cash Prizes
for the forty-three women who givethe best reasons why the “oDrothy
Dood" Shoe is superior to all others.
J. A. Smith,
is exclusive agent for my shoe, They will be pleased to give you full
particulars as to the prizes. Sincerely,
I In Silks
+ Monday and Tuesday we will offer
"*■ special Prices in silk goods, and, in
t fact, every other deparment in our
4- great department store. These .are
+ genuine bargains.
j Mrs. Isaac
Watch this Space.
Every druggist says that hi3 drugs
are pure. Every druggist says that <
he does not substitute. Every drug
, gist says that 110 does not use infer
ior or adulterated drugs. Every drug
gist says that he does accurate work.
What is there left for us to say dif
ferent from any body' else? Well, we
Invite you to bring your prescription
here and see the kind of treatment
you get in our store, and notice the
way everything is. done, and then see
if you do not feel that the medicine
is put up just as your doctor would
like to nave it.
* fliil§§*iK D HoIISB
it nol in- -ori ht. this S]JV * „ i
'yjA IS lha ' „.■ .. ” jnf 1.....-w re, p I ('I (ty f
' not tme new- Article is uepl ed at tn i Seasonls there
Is ya housewife indifferent to the saving of irMfcj* Of course not Your
% needs are- many, but you can supply nwe
l& M. Miller A don
Going out of the
Dry Goods Business
We i.ave l—ik.l to transrorat our store info a (trst class
I Clothing, Shoes and Gent's Furnishing Business, and we offer
DRY GOODS, LINEN GOODS, LADIES’ UNDERWEAR, L ACES,
,RIBBONS, MILLINERY, NOTIONS
Sale commences, at once. Come early and pick your choice.
j J.H. Holler & Bro
220, NEWCASTLE STREET
MAT 23, 190?.