The Brunswick times-call. (Brunswick, Ga.) 1900-1902, August 21, 1900, Page 6, Image 6

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6 MARY M’NISH BURROUGHS, Editob. OUR MARY. We Lave a baby, and be look a like me, Somebody aald bo one day; Rut that 1 hare never been able to gee, Though gornebody aaid ho one day. Hia i>eautifulcjfcß have the hue of the ikies And mine of a ahlp tossed sea, Neither blue, gray nor green, just betwixt and between, Still our baby lo >ka like me. His bright tresses hold the lustre of gold,' Homebody said so one day; And mine arc as straight as the red man’s of old, Somebody said eo one day; His mouth is like a sweet bursting pink rose, There’s a dimple in each knee; He's as fuir as the day, the neighbors all say, Still our baby looks like me. Selected. o Mrs. Ed Fleming of Jacknonvllle ia the charming guest of her parents, I)r. and Mrs. J. A. Butts, at their home on George street, for a week or two, where she ia receiving many attentions from old friends. Many friends are glad to know that Mr. Fred Wiggins it improving aKer his illness, and that he leaves in a few days for Wisconsin, where ho hopes to regain his health ontirely. Mr. J. A, Montgomery leaves in a low days for Chicago, whero ho will yis lt his mother, spending several days with her and old friends, „ 0"~ Mrs, Frank Keogh and daughter, Miss Alice, of Charleston, arc spending some time with relatives and friends in Brunswick. opposition will only last until electi 3Ulirß.Jq ownin'-Ml "n /Otiiii cri a charming trip oil. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ilaym arc spend ing several pleasant days at Mrs. Ilaym's home in Columbus. Mies Janie Davis loaves this morning for South Carolina, whero she will spend acverul charming weeks with rel atives. Many friendß will regret to know that Mr, Phil. S, Farmer has been quite sick for several days at his home on Monk street. Miss Lily Jeffers loaves today for Now York, where she will he the iruest of friends for several weeks. Mrs. W. H. Hudson of Waj cross is Breeding some time in Brunswick, the guest ot her mother, Mrs. V. Jeffers, on Pnion street. Many friends are glad to know that Mrs. G. W. Blanton has recovered from her recent illness at her home on Nor wick street. Miss Nell Atkinson is spending some time the guest of relatives in Marietta. The Ladies' Aid society of the Bap tist church held an important meeting yesterday afternoon in the Sunday school room of the chuicb, Mrs. G. W. Blanton, president, presiding. Mrs. D. D. Atkinson and little daugh ters, M sees Annie Dean and Caroline, hnye returned from a pleasant visit to Camden county, where they were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Burwell Atkin son. - Mrs. J. S, Wright is spending a month or two in Waynesyille, North Carolina, where she w ill remain until fall. After a charming visit to Alabama, Miss Dotolby Berrie is the guest of M iss Lulu Baker at her home in Thomas ville, where she will spend several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Levin, of tbiy announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Ida Levin, to Mr. L, J, Joel, a prominent merchant of Harn woll, South Carolina. Many friends of the young people will read the announce ment with interest, o Mr. Willie Berrie is spending some time on St. Simon, the guest of Mr. C. M. Tilton. A bright little daughter is the guest of Mr. uud Mrs. Edwin Tuppe at their home on Union street. Mrs. W 11. Dyer and little daughters are expected in Brunswick in a week or two, on a visit to Mrs. W. H. Ber rie. The wedding of Mrs. Haddie Dent and Mr. B. J. Olewlnc on the fifth of next month, will he a pretty event of groat interest to many friends Miss Constance Butts has returned home, after a gleasant visit to Jackson ville, the guest of ber sister, Mrs. Ed Fleming. Mr, Edwin Biohston is having a handsome addition made to his pretty home in Pine Crest. Mrs. Ben Houston, of Savannah,spent several (lays of last week with relatives in Brunswick. (>n | u.v - irt [[iqj-' 1 WfcpiWf C \ ..,i- r .■■ *■ ' ’ jhe charming guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. M. Branham, at her home on Hali fax square. Master Kenneth Berria leaves short ly for Savannah, where he will spend some time, the guest of friends. Miss Arabella Tisou left a few days ago for Waynesvllle. North Carolina, where she will remain until the fail. After a pleasant visit of several weeks to Savannah, Miss Maiie Reiman has returned to the city to the delight of her many friends. The following article written by Dr, Riohard Berrien Burroughs, of Jack sonville, Fla., and published in the Times-Union and Citizen will be read with interest by many who spend the summer on the sea shore: “Floating on tha Back.— Several years ago the city papers kindly pub lisbed an article from my pen upon this subject. The reoeot sad loss of life at Pablo and other soaside resorts and In the treacherous waters of the St. Johns shows that the advloe given was unheeded or forgotten. At the time mentioned a beloved friend, a guest at my summer place a few miles from l’abio, while bathing was carried out to sea, and all moat out of sight and all hope to us bad fled, an agoniz ed sister and brother wringing their bards and weeping in depair, to our great surprise and joy we suddenly saw his body foroebly impelled to wards us. Then we saw it reoesd a few foot, and then again, as it were, shoot twenty feet toward the shore. Thia continued until my eon and my self, at last able to reaoh him, bore him ineenaibie to the beach. After reoovery, bia story was that after loaing all hope, guided by some mysterious impulse, be bad turned over on his baofc, wh-n be felt himself carried rapidly forward. He had then turned over upon bia faoe to get | THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, AUGUST 21, 1900. his bearings, when he was oarrird out further from the land, and on again placing himielf upon his back the surface waves brought him rapidly to the shore, a rescued man. Let us reason together, and a proper undeastanding of the philsopby in volved will teach us that a'most in variably the life of the drowoirg man will be saved by turning over on the back. Almost every swimmer knows bow to float, and with head and shoulders toward tbs sea be w,ll be carried more rapidly toward the land. It ia an errortbat the drowning man has been attacked by ersmp; ezoept in vary oold wi a’her there is no great er danger to induce crauip than in playing a game of ball. He drowns from heart failure, induoed by the vio lent ix-rtion and the upward pressure of the water upon the abdomen dirnio sbing its space and impeding the ac tion of the heart. By turning over on thj back tbia p'eseure is removed, the baok being almost entirely a strong wall of bone and muao'e; also when on the back tbe entire body is nearer tbe surface and tbe aurfaoe waves tend toward tba shore, the undercurrent out to sea, even tbe lego, when upon the back, beiog less exposed to tbe current that tends toward the sea. By floating gently upon the baok, the heart, relieved of its pressure, beoomee calm and quiet, and the swimmer oan regain his strength, and float for hours. Tbe bather whose heart ie weak Bbould always present, when standing ereot, tbe right aide of tbe body to the waves, and avoid tbe Sullivan-like blows of the incoming wavaa upon a orippled heart. In every bathhouse should be posted the injunction : “In oase of exhaustion or aooident, turn upon tbe baok.” • ;very bathing' 1 Oi (tie*—- * .. safety ropes should be used for those that are weak; outsida, it is gen erally the good swimmera that from overexertiou ara lost. CHEAP RATE TO CHICAGO. Aooouut national encampment G. A. R., to be held in Chioago from Au gust 27 to September 5, tbe Plant System will sell tickets at rate of $24.75 tor round trip. Tiokete on sale August 25, 2C and 27, limited for re turn up to and including September 3. An additional extension may be ob tained by depositing tioket with joint ag nt prior to noon September 2 upon payment of fee of 60 cents for each tioket presented. Puttin'(ood into a diseased stomach is like putting money into a pocket with boles. The money is lost. All its valua goes for nothing When the stomach Is diseased, with the allied organs of digestion and nutrition, the food which is put into it is largely lost. The nutri ment is not extracted from it. The body Is weak and the blood impoverished. WANTED. Arlesiau wells to drive at $250 eaob. Rise and oapaoity guarantaed will aleo guarantee to complete well* in 15 days, Call on or address A. H. Baker, 205 Gloucester street. The New Candy Kitchen Makes daily '. Assorted Brittles, Lime Tablets, Violet Drops, Rose Drops, Lemon Drops, All el Poplar Prices. We nse only the best granulated sugar and have everything scrupulously clean. PALACE OF SWEEFS, Next door to Fleming & Waff's. SORES AMD ULCERS. Sores and Ulcers never become chronic unless the blood is in poor condition—ia aluggish, weak and unable to throw off the poisons that accumulate in it. The system must be relieved of the unhealthy matter through the sore, and great danger to life would follow should it heal before the blood has been made pure and healthy and all impurities eliminated from the sys tem. S.S.S. begins the cure by first cleans ing and invigorating the blood, building up the general health and removing from In A CONSTANT DRAM effetematter’ UPON THE SYSTEM. When this has been accomplished the dis charge gradually ceases, and the sore or nicer heals. It is the tendency of these old Indolent sores to grow worse and worse, and eventually to destroy the bones. Local applications, while soothing and to some extent alleviate pain, cannot reach the seat of the trouble. S. S. S. does, and no matter how apparently hopeless your condition, even though your constitution has broken down, it will bring relief when nothing else can. It supplies the rich, pure blood necessary to heal the sore and nourish the debilitated, diseased body. Mr. J. B. Talbert, Lock Bo* 215, Winona. Mias., Hays: “ six yean ago my lee from tbe knee to tbe foot was one solid aore. Several pbyaicians treated me and I made two trips to Hot Springs, but found no relief. I wss induced to try s. 3. S. t and it made a complete cure. I have been a per fectly well man ever since." Jk MM MM is the only purely veg- BIT 'T etable blood purifier known contains no poisonous minerals to ruin the digestion and add to, rather than relieve your suffer ings. If your flesh does not heal readily when scratched, bruised or cut, your blood is in bad condition, and any ordinary sore is apt to become chronic. Send for our free book and write our physicians about your case. We make no charge for this service. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA. DEATH ON ST. SIMON. Little Miss Militlene Smith of Bir mingham Expired Suddenly. Avery tad death occurred at the Ar nold bouse on St. Simon yesterday. Lit tle Militlene Smith, the sweet little girl of Mrs. C. H, Smith, of Birmingham, died of acute indigestion and the body was brought up to the city on the after noon boat and sent to the Alabama city last n ; ght, accompanied by its mother and elder sister. The dflMh has rSUSGc! general gloom on the island, as the de ceased had been there just long enough to become a general favo-ite. Farmers provide yourself with Pain- Killer at this season of tbe year, when onlio, cholera morbus, dysentery, diarrhoea, etc., may sable y ur bands —use it in every oase of tbe kind, but be eure you trust to no other remedy but the old, loDg tried, Perry Davis Pain-Killer whiob never failed. Avoid aubstitutes, there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis’. 250 and 600, MITCHELL it THOMAS. Livery, boarding and sale stables. Finest turnouts in the city. Tel. 97. Newcastle St. Chsap Rates Via Southern Railway. Chicago, 111. National Encampment G. A. R August 27-Bept. 1 Tickets will he sold August 25,26 and 27, with final limit Sept. 1, at rate of .5 for the round trip “I am a switchman,” writes A. J. Jennesse, of 9201 Butler St., Chicago, “and am out in all kinds of weather. I took a cold whiob settled in my kid ney and was in very bad shape. I tried aeveaal advertised medic.nea with no benefit until I was recom mended to take Foley’s Kidney Cure, Two-thirds of a bottle cured me.” W. J. Butta. V. B. Conklin, Bowersville, o.,says: **lre ceived more benefit from FOLEY’S KIDNEY CU RE than from months of treatment by phy sicians.” Take no substitute. W. J. Butts. Keep the body healthy at this season by using Pbjckly Ash Bitters. It is a necessary condition to successfully re sist malarial germs, W. J. Butts. Hustling young man oan make S6O per month and expenses. Permanent position. Experience unneoessary. Write quick for particulars, Clark & Cos., 4tb A {Locus Streets. Philadel phia,-Pa. Messrs. Baumgartner A Cos., who will remove at an early date are to use their present stand for a cold storage depot. No Pain Or discomfort, no Irritation of the tn testtnes-but gentle, prompt, thorough healthful cleansing, when you take Hood's Pills Sold by all druggists. 25 cents Advertisers lways PPRECIATE Reaping ich ETURNS .AkIVJED THAT TH£ Regular ETURNS EPORTED By Advertisers Who Dse These Columns. •-•WJ ~ ... , Quantity and Quality of Ciriulaticn girts Quantity and Quality to Advertisers AWe nd Give Both ALSO—. GUARANTEE TO GIVE SATISFACTION IN JOB WORK. DON’T SEND AWAY FOR ;i; ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, ; BILL HEADS, SHIPPING TAGS, ETC., When you can get them at home for the same price and besides you save the cost of freight and drayage. OUR PHONE IS 31, and a message will receive prompt attention. We don’t mind calling and talking the matter over with you and giving you our estimates, and if we fail to get your order that is our fault, not yours. ALL WE WANT IS A TRIAL. The Times-Call, 209, 2091-2 and 211 F Street- NOTE. If you haven’t time to write your “ad” let us know and what you’ve got to sell and we will write the “ad” for you. That’s our business, and we only charge you for the space.