The Brunswick times-call. (Brunswick, Ga.) 1900-1902, August 22, 1900, Page 6, Image 6

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6 MARY M’NISH BURROUGHS, Editor. VACATION DAYS. (), the summer girla in luces walk tho broad, delightful beach, and the eun prints on their face* just the simple legend, “Feach!” All the waves with glee are roaring as they dance along the shore: full or joy la their outpouring, cause the Hutnm<-r*tt here once more. C), the billow’s on the briny, and the foam is on the crest, and the bather I***ka I*® Just parades around undressed! All the sons of Father Neptune frolic where eel greases gr>w, hut there’s deep and dank deception hidden in tho undertow. <>, the bather’s back is burning, and the frock is on the fare; bubbles big the surf is churning, and the wavele'srun a race. O tho dainty city maiden screams when the high billows grow, and the crab with laughtor laden grabs her by the pinkest toe. O the shirtwaist's on the girley, and the girlcy’s on the walk, and despite the hurly burly of the aea she still ean talk in sweet ac cents, most enraptuicd, like the gong the wavelets Bing, and to ice cream, when it’s captured, oh, Bhe doesn’t do a thing. O the wind.bloWs herkey jorkey through the moistened atmosphere, and the inasbc* etlo Is perky, with her necktie on her ear! O tho hoard walk la resounding with the tunes that make us weep, and the turf for aye is pounding on the doorway of tho deepl O the sun is sweetly smiling In a reddish, hot tish way, and tho Midway is beguiling the czcursionistic jay! O the tintype taker’s taking all the “please look pleasant” grins, and the fakir's busy faking all the yapibh “just come ins!” O the gentleman from (loshon loafs with lan guor in the brine, where he dallies with the notion that tho ocean if divine! O the yachts are wing-a-w inging where the salty rephyrsblow, and tho frankfurters are Singing of their dog days long ago! O tho halt is oji the booklet, ftml the booklet's on the string, and tho wee fish takes a looklet ere ho thus proceeds to Bing: "Oh I’d like to grace your table, but I can't eat halt today." 'i’heu the fisher tells the fable of the flsli that got away I —George V. Hobart in .New York Jour nal. Mrs. J. 15. Wright of St. Simon, who is spending the summer abroad with a party, and whose !c t> rs have appeared from time to time in these columns, Writes interestingly from London: “We are delightfully located in a hotel situ ated on the '1 lrames river, and all like London very much. We attended ser vices last Sunday in Westminster Ab ber, which were held for the queen’s Bon, the king of Italy, who died last night, and whom wo saw several times during our travels, it is very cool hero, but has been quite hot. We leave in a day or two for Birmingham, and then to Liverpool, from where we srt sail for home. W e spent some time in Paris, Which is very much crowded. The ox position is tine, but everything excessive In pi ice. A glass of waicr costs three cents. Goods arc far more expensive than in New York. We do not like the city is Well ns many others we have vis ited, We went to see Sara Bernhart, and enjoyed the play very much, though everything was in French. We flud fewer people talking Knglish in Paris than any place we have visited. Little May says she is tired of picture galler les and will hs glad when she gels home." Mrs. Lewis Beach and children leave shortly for the mountains, where they will remain until fall. —o— M;ss Amelia Lundin is expected to return to Brunswick shortly, after a pleasant vacation spent at her home in Virginia, where she received many Charming attent ons from old friends. After a few days in Brunswick, Rev. I W. F. Hollingsworth left yesterday to continue his vacation, and there will be no services at the Presbyterian church duriDg his absence. He is expected to return on the first. A Iter traveling about In the old coun try for several months, Mrs. Dora My ers of Brunswick is at present in Paris, where she will remain for some time. Mrs. R. L. Stevens and little daugh ter, Miss Louise Norton Stevens, of Willacoochee, are expected in Bruns wick shortly, to spend some time, the guests of Mrs. J. R, Norton, at he r home on Glynn avenue. Mr. H. L. B. Wiggins, of Wayercss, is spending a few days in Brunswick with his family, who aro bore lor a week or two. Many friends are glad to welcome Copt. Ben White among them again af ter his recent serious illness, Mrs. Joseph Champaigne, of St. Si mons light house, loaves shortly for the north, where she will spend some time with friends. ■ 0 Capt. and Mrs. Joseph Lasserre leave shortly for Michigan, where they will epend some time with friends. Mr. Frank Everett is spending a pleas ant vacation at home, from Atlanta, where he has a fine position. Misses Clifford and Claude Lucas are spending some time in Savannah, the guests of friends. —o — After a pleasant visit to Chattanooga, Miss Annie O’Connor has returned to Atlanta, where she is studying library work in the Carnegie library, under the direction of Miss Annie Wallace, and on her return to Brun = tvick Miss O’Con nor will resume her position in the Brunswick library with more interest than ever. Under her skill and interest tlie Brunswick library has been In better con dition lately than ever before, which fact is greatly appreciated by everyone. Many friends of Mr. Ed Stephens re gret to know that he was called to his former home in Florida a few days ago, by a telegram announcing the sad death of his mother. Little Master Raymond Davis, of New England, who has been spending the summer on St. Simon, the bright guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Joseph Cham p-iigne, returns home shortly. Mrs. J, Iv. Nightingale left a short time ago for Cedartown, where she will spend some time, the guest of relatives and friends. Miss Em Will entertains a pleasant pany of young folks at her home on Carpenter street tomorrow evening. Many friends are glad to know that Mrs, E D Walter is improving from her recent illness, at her home on Union street. From liendersoavills, North Caro lina, where she is spending the summer, 44 Think of Ease But Work Onr If your blood is impure you cannot even "think of ease. The blood is the greatest sustainer of the body and when you make it pure by taking Hood's Sarsa parilla you have the perfect health in which even hard work becomes easy. <7 (ccdS Sahia/jg uffa THE BRUNS WICK* TIMES-C ALL, AUGUST 22, 1900. many complimentary notices come of Mra. H. H. Raymond, who has taken part in one or two concerts, in which her fine contra'to voice was much ad mired. Mrs. W. F. Fenniman has returned to her home on Prince street, after spend ing a week or two the gue.tofher daughter, Mrs. E. D. Walter, at her home on Union street. Mr. J. L. Wright is expected home on Saturday, after a pleasant summer abroad. Ilia family will spend some time In New Y’ork before coming south Many pleasant guests are enjoying the hospitality of Cumberland island, where the hotel is under the management of Mr. Lee Shackleford, Mr. Geo. Smith has returned to Bruns wick, after a pleat ant vacation in north Georgia. Mr. F. E. Twitty is spending several weeks in Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Moody left on the Clyde steamer. Carib, for Boston, and from there they will go to Winters port, Maine, where they will spend the remainder of the summer, TIMES-CALL JOB OFFICE. Thoss who w ant the best work, at the lowest figures, should bring it to this r Aloe. On large dodgers, cur prices and work will make you a con stant customer, if you will give ue (be first job. Ring up 31, and a solicitor wiil call. FOR SALE—At a bargain, either cash or installment, the 7-room house on Stonewall, between Monk and Glou cester. known as the Brady or Harris place. Also the vacant lot corner of Lee and Gloucester, 100x125 feet. Geo. T. Bailey, Central Hotel. The laws of health require that the bowels move once each day, and one of the k enalties for violating this law is piles. Keep your bow els regular by taking a dose of Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets when necessary and you will newer have that eevere punishmen inflicted upon you. Price, 23 cents. For sale by Bishop's drug store Cheap Ratss Via Southern Railway. Chicago, 111. National Encampment G. A. K August 27-Hept. 1 Tickets will ho solil August 25,20 and 27, with final limit Sopt. 1, at rate of .5 for tho round trip The Dread of people with week lungs who suffer with stubborn oougbe is consumption. Foley’s Honey and Tar, if taken in time, oures tbe cold, beala the lungs and always oures inoipient Consumption. W. J. Butts. Keep the body healtby at this season by using Prickly Ash Bitters. It is a necessary condition to successfully re sist malarial germs. W. J. Butts. WANTED. Arlesiau wells to drive at $250 each. Rise and oapaoit; guarantaed will also guarantee to complete wells in 16 days, Cali on or address A. H. Baker, 205 Giouoeater street. The New Candy Kitchen Makes daily . Assorted Brittles, Lime Tablets, Violet Drops, Rose Drops, Lemon Drops, All at Poplar Prices. We use only the best granulated sugar and have everything scrupulously clean. HUME OF SWEETS, Next door to Fleming A Waff’s. SORES AMD ULCERS- Sores and Ulcers never become chronic unless the blood is in poor condition—is sluggish, 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. beginstliecurebyfirstcleans ing and invigorating the blood, building up the general health and removing from In moril? A OONSTAMT DRAM Remitter. 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. 3. does, and no matter how apparently hopeless your condition, even though your constitution hss 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 Box 945, Winona, Miss., •ays: '‘Six years ago my leg from the knee to tbe foot waa one solid sore. Several physicians treated me and I made two trips to Hot Springs, but found no relief. I was induced to try s. S. S., and it made a complete cure. I have been a per fectly well man ever eince." /AM MM MM ts the only purely veg etable blood purifier known contains no poisonous minerals to MM MM MM 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. ini 1 PERSONAL. The Riflemen will meet tomght. Dr. C. M. Gowen leaves shortly fer Sumner, lons, where he will epe and a month. The Bruoßwiok baseball club will leave here Thursday morning. Cuudoil meets in regnlar aeeston to morrow night. The coach which ia to be used by the K. of P. to Detroit arrived by the Plant System yesterday morning. I( la an up-to date vestibule day coaob and it will be nicely decorted . The Clyde steamer, Carib, sailed for Boston yesterday. Mr. Louis Leivy bis returned from a visit to Savannah. Mayor Atkinson bad a large poiice oourt M nday. The Naval Reserves held a very in teresting meeting laat night. Pain-Killer ie an eternal remedy, has no rqual. In oasea of summer complaints, diarrhoea, dyseDtery, it cures qulokly, U ed as a liniment its aetion ie liks megio, when applied to bad sores, burns, soalde, and sprains. For tbe rUk headache and toothiche, don’t fail to try it, In short, it is a Pain-Killer. Avoid substitutes, there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis’. Price 250. and 500. The greatest skin specialist in America originates tbs formula for Baoner Salve. Foiall akin diseases, all outs or aores, and for piles, it’s tbs mo‘t healing medicine. W, J. Butts. Dont throw away the old suit until you have seen Jim Carter. The quicker you b top that cough the less danger there wilt be of.fatal lung trouble. Cn One Minute Cough Cure is the only harmlese remedy that gives Immediate results. Yon will like It. W. J. Butts. Beauty la Blood Beep. Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by stirring up the laser liver and driving all im purities from the body. Begin to-day to banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that sicuiy bilious complexion by taking Cascarets, —beauty for ten cents. All drug gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. Call at DeVoe’a when you are in need of something nice in the grocery line. W hen we have good blood, we are healthy strong, vigorous, and full of life and energy. Hood’s Sarsaparilla makes good blood. Hustling yonng man can make S6O per month and expenses. Permanent position. Experience unnecessary. Write quiok for particulars, Clark A Cos., 4;b L n ous Streets. Philadel phia,'Pa. Advertisers LWAYS PPRECIATE Reaping iCH ETURNS AND Tl —I AT IS T! —IS Regular ETURNS EPORTED By Advertisers Who Dse These Columns. Quantity and {unity of Circulation gives Quantity and Quality to Advertisers And We Give Both ALSO—. GUARANTEE TO GIVE SATISFACTION IN JOB WORK. DON’T SEND AWAY FOR 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 t 209, 209 1-2 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.