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Theßee Hive. The Bee Hive.
UNLOADING SALE OF
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The Bee Hive. j The Bee Hive.
PhilS. Fanner, Proprietor. 213 Newcastle st., Brunswick, Ga.
Coney & Parker
Coal and Wood, Brick,
Lime,,Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths.
Phone 18- 525 Bav St.
J. J. LISSNER,
Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and
GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN A SPECIALTY
-216 Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia.
A few colored ones left, 75c
to $1.50 kind. They are all
treated alike —the price now is
Some white Waists and wash Skirts left —any
of them AT COST-
Straw Hats at Halt Price
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, AUGUST 22, 1900,
The following is the line up for to
day’s ball game:
Sullivan o Billsntyne
Henley p Wolff
Villenau Ist base r oleman
Harper 2d base... .TsnUersley
Garret 3rd base Mallard
Oottingbain ss Nightengale
naphan R Arid Walker
Uoland C field Cramer
Philips I. field Arnheiter
TRY ALLEN’S FOOT-EASE,
A powder to be shaken Into your
shoes. Your feet feel swollen, nervous
and hot, and get tired easily. If you
have smarting feet or tight shoes, try
Allen’s Foot-Ease. It cools the feet
and makes walking eaiy. Cures swol
len, sweating feet, ingrowing nail*,
blisters and callous spots. Relieves
ooma and buoions of all pain, aod
gives rest and comfort. Try it today.
Sold by all druggists arid shoe stores
for 25 cents. Trial picage free. Ad
dress Alleu S. Olmitrd, M. Y.
i IMES-CALL JOB OFFICE.
Those who waut the best work, at
the lowest figures, should bring it to
this ifiioe. On large dodgers, our
prices and work will make you a con
stant customer, if you will give us the
first job. Ring up 81, and solicitor
King up phone 109 when in need of
the finest goods. W T . H. Devoe.
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And you will have no
Libby’s Wafer Chip
ped Beef per can 15c'
THINGS IN GENERAL.
Nows Notes and Comments of An In
The weather of the past few days'
has been simply burning, and the av
erage Brunswickian has been com
pelled to sit up every night arid fan.
Talk about tba coatless man, wby a
prominent young society leader came
out last night in anew rig. He wae
“Mr. Judge,” .aid a prospective
groom, dikfd out in anew suit and
fancy shirt, to Judge Dart, yesterday,
“I want to get married; the ‘lady’ is
down etairs, and between ua we have
only $l5O, The judge smiled, and
you all know what a broad, dry grin
be oan give, and said, “a man who is
real anxious to get married and can’t
raise the email sum of $2.00; well that
surprises me. The prospeotiv"
went down stairs, onn-ultef bll lady
love and returned with tb extra fi y
cents and remark: 'Judge, dat wo
man down stairs said she would pawn
her shoes to marry me. I knowed she
had dat fifty cents, and I thought I’d
start right by keeping books on tbe
Wbee tbe ceremony was performed
and Judge Dart aotu&lly look and dim
fled, be told tbe groom tbs' tbet cere
mmy would be completd by a stlu e,
tad tbeir Bps met. Those one pound
tbiD, delicate lips ectually came to
gether and tbe performance was over.
Uncle Horace, or when be is perform
ing a ceremony ‘Judge Dirt*-, realiy
enjoys a maviage uf this kind and (o
a reporter it beatejajgood minstrel per
R .ce riots have ocoured r ceatly in
Cblcag) and New York and tbemgro
fared w mse than be does bere in the
South. Some ot the northern papers
should have som •thing to say on this
MANY TEAMS TOENIER.
Ciptaio Cann Expects Twenty-E'gbt
Id the Contest.
The Savannah News of yesterday
said : “Col. George T. Cann, state in
spector general of rill* practioe, stated
yesteiday that he bad received assur
ances from company commanders
throughout tbe state tbet ju-tified
him in the belief that twenty-eigh'
company learns would oompste for tbe
DeSoio cup in the rifle and carbine
oontests of next monlb.
Every company, troop and battery
of tbe Georgia State Troops in SavaD
nab will be represented on the range.
The Chatham Artillery has s cured
tbe loan of a sufficient number of rifles
from the Guards to permit the prac
tice of its men on the range, and will
from now on seek to aohteve a degree
of proficiency with the infantry arm.
The Cbatbams number some good
sbota, and though they labor under
disadvantages tbat are not present
with tbe iDfantry and cavalry com
mands. are reasonably oertain to make
a creditable showing when it comes
their time at tbe butts.
For the finest grades cf Pickles
Cakes, Preserves, eto., call at D*Voe’s
Weak fenoea suffered last night aud
the carpenters will now have plenty
Everything in tbe grocery lire to
be fourd at W. H. DcVoe’n.
Jim Carter does the best work when
it comes to cleaning clothes,
Nice, yellow Yams, to be found at f
DeVoe s. j
Disinfect Your Homes
A Safegua and to Disease.
We Sell in Any Quantity.
W J BUTTS, The Druggist.
“On the Corner.”
We Owe Money
and must have money to
meet our bills, therefore
it behooves us to push
collections with a ven
geance, which we propose
to do on the first.
No more CREDIT. 10 per cent off foi cash.
BROWN DRUG CO.
These Hot Summer Nights
Our window suggests how. It is filled with a
beautiful line of
Pyjamas and Night Shirts
From 50c to $1.50. See Them.
THE PALMER SHOE CO
When Mm (4~ ff"
Use any of my brands of WINES AND ¥ /%
LIQUORS and nature will be greatly IKSgilctg' I \
agsisted in the work of recuperation. ' . v -V-, \ M
My goods are of excellent quality, ar.d *=*-1
have been bottled and matured under / El
our immediate supervision, Each ,>TQi|
brand has been sol cied because of some 1
special merit. Find out which suds. A I
PRICES TO SUIT. J \ A
T. NEWMAN, |mL if
Bay Street, Brunswick, Ga. .Jr
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We know it—Thousands
know it. But do you know
BfCiliS “M OF KENTUCKY’'
whisky _hU;he peer of all whis-
Because it is absolutely pure,
Because it has a yery fine aroma and liavor.
Because it is smooth and palatable. JmXy'#}?©'AlWßa
Because it is THE WHi&K If for Medici- Ay.
TKY IT AND BE CONVINCED. '. l S'k
Look for our Trade Mark on the label.
I. TRAGER & CO., Distillers,
Cincinnati, Ohio. •
R. V. Douglas, 2UB Bay street, General Agent.