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Mr. and Mrs. K. I.ovhourne, of
Washington state, will arrive shortly
to spend ilie winter with Mr. and
i \!rs. A. 10. Ley Uni rne.
t* * *
J. J( lioefonl, who has be.-n
guest of relatives til Taylor's
1,.,.. Mil. mil 111 Ml.illU railed
In III.' I Mill'!. 11l In I Inn li.iinl
■■■■• I •:>■• nri- ie.il i .11 1 w.l
'l,,' ,\li . I’.ill I 1 le’ii
man been delightfully ion
I CAN FUWNISH AND PLANT ON
SHORT NOTI'CE, CABBAGE, MAG
NOLIA, SYCAMORE, MAPLE DOG
WOOD. OAK AND UMBRELL
TREES. GIVE ME A TRIAL.
D. B. PYLES.
(123 E Street.
JUL j ust * or one and consider the necessity of JJj|i
owning a Cravenette or Overcoat for these cold days *ffff v
sljpy and chilly nights,
¥ .ffp I a^out y° u note the swell coats that you see on Of j jfci
M ; the backs of the well dressers, '
f! \ find tor curiosity’s sake ll M
|'®| I jrf PH to the wearers as they express their satisfaction re- u '
#ls L<l3|rV/l 1 yarding the fit and feeling of the swell tailored gar- |®j i:i\
* v civ ments they have purchased from us, Cr
FORM FORTY-SIX - I FORM FORTY-SIX Back)
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THEI 1 ' 1 ,HI 1N ” H 1 lbMl IL ° - ■ - ■— ■ - -- THEI ECHHEIMER I ISHLLCO.
Quarter Size Collars
WOOD-BAILEY CLOTHING CO.
“The Warm Store in the Heart of the City.”
4\ ' . W
9 l were baptized
: ’ gjb
■RiCli.ib - 1
consider it tnrntW to rse force.
Many a man of nVniims impulses
who would not willingly harm a kt
teu. is guilty of cruelty where his tiwi
stomach is concerned. Overdriven,
overworked, when what it needi 1
something that will digest the toon
eaten and help the stomach to recu
perate. Something like Kodol For Dya
pepsia that is sold by all druggists.
For hunting coats, shell belts, leg
ging, giun coveijs, etc., go to Sig
H * 1 kin tri liai *r for Si:pi-i;4,.h|, Mbni-.i ai|l ,v
fl NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL. Safe ' Sure j HpcMv > Sail,. I
■ hox. frill -....1 irlnl
■ •**••< '”•!* '-1. S.o.|,i.'. Kiw. ,r ~.u, :i*i aa*
■ <**•*> **-u<l yonr or. to tin- f
J_umrio Kiuic.i co , no, 74. . P.
Sold in Brunswick by Roberts & Chliihi
Men's rubber hoots; mens, ladles'
and children's rubber over shoes at
If there Is any style in a shoe you
have seen in a hook, look over our
stock and you will he pretty sure to
find it. Peerson’s.
irfiiNSWfCk DAILY NSW#. Tuesday. November 20, '.9ot>
-HANDS MW WITH
Suffered for Ten Years—Spreading
to Body and Limbs Despite Efforts
of Three Doctors— Another Re
markable and Speedy
CURE BY THE
"T had eczema on my hands for ten
years. At first it would break out only
in winter. Then it finally came to
stay. 1 had three
good doctors to do
all they could, but
runic of them did
any good. I then
fused one box of
arid three bottles of
and was completely
cured. My hands
were raw all over,
inside and out,
and the eczema
was spreading till over my body and
limbs, before 1 had used one bottle
of Cutieura Resolvent, together with
the Ointment, tny.surcs werr nw ll ’'
healed over, and by the time I had
used the third bottle, 1 was entirely
well, I liada good appetite and was
lleshier than I ever was. To any one
who lyas any skin or blood disease I
would honestly advise them to get, the
Cutieura Remedies and get well quicker
than all the doctors in the State can
cure von.” Mrs. M. K. Falin,
May 10, 1905. Speers Ferry, Va.
CURED OF ITCHING RUMOR
“ ] have hoen troubled with a humor
on the back of my neck and head for
four or five years. It hud an itching and
burning sensat ion, and was a very im
eoinlortahle feeling. I have used the
Cutieura Soap,< hutment,and Resolvent
Fills linen months, and can say 1 am
completely cured.” Respectfully,
Mrs. 11. 1). I.uillain,
July 28, 1905. Ocean City, Md.
ruilnira Soap, Ointment, and Pill* nr* Mold throughout
tlji wMI (I. I’otler Oruga, ( tirin. Cot p., Sole t’rops., llulluU,
j~ .Maiiftll if<-,“ ilow toL *refur the akin*u<l.Scalp."
Trial bottle 10c At drug store.
Drummond Medicme Cos., New York.
Gentlemen: —Send me one more bot
tle of the Remedy and one of the
~.niment. Father thinks he is al
most well. He is free from pain, the
swelling almost gone, and the stiff
ness In his joints better by far than
he ever expected. He wants another
month's treatment, and thinks by the
time he takes tnat he will he sound
and well of rheumatism. Laura Hush
ong Sulphur Lbk, Ky.
Readv to-wear hats 01 the iatesi
style will he displayed a-' Miss Kate
Slater s millinery opening Friday ana
We don't buy on< e a year nor
twice a year, but we are. receiving
shoes all the'time Peeisor
I will save you hi ; money on cloth
ing. Every steamer and railroad
brings new goods. Sig Levison.
JOHN D. PIMENTOS
Brunswick’s Candy Store.
Don't buy burnt sugar and imagine
you are getting pure chocolate. Sucn
substitutes are injurious to health.
For pure chocolate and al* other can
dies call on me.
A fresh supply received every wee a
from Menier the famous chocolate
maker. Either in 'nil: or in beautiful
pound and half pound boxer..
FINEST FRUITS. CIGARS AND TO
TAFFY CANDY MADE FRESH
208 Newcastle S> eet.
GO DOWN TO THE CITY HALL
ALL FIRST CLASS SALOONS
SELL HARVARD’S RYE.
3 CANS for SI.OO
A FINE COFFEE
IMPERIAL CHEESE per Jai 15c.
POTATO CHOPS package.. 10
NAME and QUALITY.
IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR ABOUT WHAT YOU WRITE
WITH BUY A
STERLING FOUNTAIN PEN
WE ARE HERE EVERY DAY TO FULLY GUARANTEE THEM
They are the Very Essence of ease and satisfaction in Writing
FLEMING & BRYANT
Stop Dipping and Buy a STERLING FOUNTAIN PEN $1.25 to $6
118 NEWCASTLE ST. PHONE 53.
Barrington Hall C
The Steel Cut vOIICC
T he Finest Mocha & Java
Per lb can . . 35c
For sale only at
C AHM’Q 227 Grant St.
O PHONE 296
"52? PENNYROYAL PILLSSHSIS
S3 : j?©e<sh - or apd banish “pains
gVSsg&b# of menstruation.” They are ‘‘LIFE SAVJtiItS” to girls at
JTb womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No
jenown remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm—life
*’ euo, "‘‘ s a pleasure. SI.OO Pint BOX BY MAIL. Solo.
hy druggists. Dll. MOTT’S CHEMICAL CO.. Cleveland, Ohio