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MARY M'NISH BURROUGHS, Editok.
THE “OLD STORY.”
You’re like the morning, little girl
When golden glories glint around,
And diamonds sparkle on tbo ground,
And leaves and grasses all abound
With jewels brighter than the pearl;
When songsters hush their thrilling notes,
And st 11 their tuneful little throats,
To hoar the elfin song that floats
From orient laud out o’er the lea—
You’re like the morning unto me.
You’re like the sunshine, little one.
Which breaks the darkness of the night,
Which is to earth its living light,
Which paints the clouds with colors bright
The warm reflections of the sun;
Your smile is liko the break of day
When stars their faces hide away
And merry elves in skyland play
From twilight world o’er earth and sea—
You’re like the sunshine unto me.
Many friends will be glad to know
that Miss Ruby Dart is baviug a charm
ing summer in Alabama, where she is
receiving many attentions.
In com])liuiont to Miss Edith Tklot of
(Savannah and Miss Addle I’aul of Da
rien, two charming visiting girls, M ss
Fannie Symmes entertained a few' even
ings ago at her home on Hanover square.
Progressive games were played, the first
prizes being Won by M iss Hazel Night
ingale and Mr. Nat Nightingale, and
many pleasant hours passed. Those
present were Misses Edith Thiol, Addie
Paul, Marie DeVoe, E hel Elliot, Uazle
Nightingae, Bessie Symmes, Ellen Pen
nmian; Messrs, tVlllis Wilder, Willie
Bailey, LeVergne Whitfield, Leighton
Burroughs, Nat Nightingale, Millard
Reese, Frank Mallard.
Miss Fannie Smith has returned from
a pleasant visit to friends in Macon and
Mrs. A. J. Crovatt and laughter, Miss
Mary Leo Crovatt, lesvo shortly for
Cambridge, Mass., where Miss Crovatt
will re eater school after a pleasant
summer spent at home
During the übscaco of her mother,
Miss Arabella Wright Is spending some
months the guest of Mrs. J. K. Mason,
at her home near the fair grounds.
Mrs. Julius May Is spending some
time in Savannah.
Miss Jussi Freeman, of Savannah,
is spending veins time in Brunswick,
making many friends, H e guest ol
Miss Ila Lee.
After a pleasant visit to St. Simon
island, Miss Maude Ayaut has return
ed to her home in Patterson.
Dr Hen Gray and family have re
turned to their home iu Way orc.se, af
ter spending some tune on St, Simon
Man; friends are Kind to know that
Mrs. H. 8. Lei? is recovering from her
Mrs. H. B. Treadwell left a few days
ago for Macon, where site will spend
aorne time the guest of friends.
Mr, Edgar White bss returned from
a ; leasant visit to Fernandina.
Mr. Harry dußlgnon is anticipating
a pleasant vacation to be spent the
guest of the Messrs. Stiles, at their
pretty home, Malbourne, nearCarters
Many Brunswick friends who re
member Mr. Albert K. Bruoe and fam
ily, who left here some time ago to go
to l’ensaco'a, will be in'erested in
knowing that they have gone to Chi-
cago, where they will make tbair fu
Mrs. D. H. Lee has returned from a
pleasant yisit to friends in Savannah.
After making many friends in
Brunswick, tbe.guest of Miss Mattie
Oil*, at her home on E street boule
vard, Miss C.em llamproa has return
ed to her home in Florida.
Mr. A, A Knight and children, lit
tle Miss Msroer Knight and Master
Kliuton K light, havs returned from a
pleasant vieit to friends in Quitman
and Waj cross.
Miss Annie Laurie Southard is
spending several months the guest of
her aunt, Mrs. Ed Cheney, at her
pretty home in Jacksonville, after a
pleasant visit tc New York, the guest
of bar aistar, Mrß. George Bradnaok.
M si Lutie Collins is expected home
shortly, after a pleasant visit to Nsw
York, during which she has been per
fecting herself in mueio.
There will bs an important meeting
of the Eastern Star Chapter on Tues
day evaning at eight o’clock, in the
Masonic Hall, at which every member
is expected to he present punctually.
After pleasant visits to White Sul
phur Springs and Valdosta, Mies Flor
eocii King Thiot is now in Thomas
ville, where she is making many
friends, the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Mr. Walter Isaac is expected back
shortly from a pleasant trip to Nova
Mias Mamie Webster ia the attrac
tive guest of friends In AHanta for
Master Gordon Kaiser left'yeeterday
for Savannah, where he will spend a
day or two before leaving for New
Many frisndt are glad to know that
Mr. Phil S. Farmer lias greatjy im
proved from his recent Illness, and
that he is spending a day or two with
friends in Savannah.
It will interest many Brunswick
friends of Mrs. Ed Cheney to know
that she has returned to her home in
Jacksonville, after a pleasant visit to
Valdosta, where shy had a fine danc
Mra, J. M, Southard is spending
several weeks with frieuds in Atlanta.
Mr. Arnold Kaiser leaves tomorrow
for New York, after a pleasant sum
mer spent among old friends in
Mrs. George Hradoack, of New
York, spent several days cf last week
in Brunswick, among many friend?.
Miss AUdie Tauksrslsy has returned
from a pleasant variation spent in 8a
vannah and Macon, where she rece ved
many attentions and made many
Mr. G Ki-mith Lebarn has accepted
a position at the soda fount of W. J.
Butts drug store.
Mrs. H. L B. 'Wiggins and lttle
aon, Master Joe, have returned to
tYayoroas, after a pleasant visit to
U will interest many Brunswick
THE BRUNSWICK|TIMES-CALL, AUGUST 24, 1900.
friends of Mrs. L. J. Langley to know
'hat she ia spending a pleasant part
of the summer at Tallulah Falls.
Many friends are glad to weld me
Mrs. Alfred ChMS’ie home again, aft. r
several pleasant months spsnt in Cle
oinnati and the mountains of T nil e
see, where the has b-een the past
One of the most interesting and
charming entsrtainmehts of the early
fall will ha the fair to be given by the
ladies of the Eastern Star Chapter
during the third week in Ootob-r, and
fur which they and their many friands
are working bird and faithfully wi b
LOCAL A! PERSONAL.
Mr. A. D. Gale la in Savannah.
Mr. P. S, Farmer spent yesterday in
Judge A. J, Crovatt returned from
Savannah last Dighr.
Mr, Geo. Gray, of Lsliaton, spent
yes'erday in tba oity.
Mr. L. R, AU!n oatce down from
Mt. Pleasant yesterday.
The Southern Beli Telephone com
pany force is putting up new poles,
A number of gentlemen play ball at
the fair grounds every afternoen.
Mr. Albert Fendig left yesterday
afternoon on a business trip to Flor
Mr, Gus Huffman left last night for
a three weeks’ business trip to New
A large colored excursion will reaob
hers from Albany today with the base
The friends-of Cpt. U. M. Roberts
will bs glad to learn that be continues
l)r, Hugh Burford left last night for
Atlanta and Tallulah, where he will
remain about a week.
Messrs. W. H. Divenport, J. J.
Limner and Max Marks went to Sa
vannah yesterday morning.
Get your job work done at the
Timks-Cai.i, job tffloe. Best wor* In
the oity. Prices tbs lowest.
Artesiau wells to drive at $250 each.
Rite and capacity guaranteed will
also guarantee to oomplets wells in 16
days. Call on or address A. H. Baker,
•205 Gloucester atreet.
Among other oanned vegetables,
you’ll find Spinach, whiob Is better
than fresh. W. H. DeVoe.
Best Way to Cure Backache.
Baokaohes are cauaed by disorder in
kidneys. Foley’s Kidneys Cure wi'l
make the right. Take no substitute.
W. J. Butts.
J. W, Watkins will loan
you money on personal prop
erty and real estate.
We are now receiving daily ship
ments of the finest California and Norm
Ge rgia mountain grown fruits, con
FANCY PE ACHE?,
This is fctrict'y an American
fruit Ltand, catering only to first
class trade. Telephone or other
orders will be promptly sent out,
and satisfaction guaranteed in
every instanct. Trial order* so
m of m
Next door to Fleming & Waff's.
The blood may be in bad condition,
yet with no external signs, no skin
eruption or sores to indicate it. The
symptoms in such cases being a variable
appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable
weakness and nervousness, loss of flesh
and a general run-down condition of the
Bystem clearly showing the blood has
lost its nutritive qualities, has become thin
and watery. If is in just such cases that
S. S. S. has done some of its quickest and
most effective work by building up the
blood and supplying the elements lacking
to make it strong and vigorous.
“ My wife used sev
•ral bottles of S. S. S. Krvfltt
as a blood purifier and
to tone up a weak and
emaciated system, with
very marked effect by
way of improvement. sJj&ygnrjj3k
“We regard it a
great tonic and Hood^|^BHW|j^y
tonics, and you will
fin and the appetite im
proves at once, strength
returns, and nervousness vanishes as new
rich pure blood once more circulates
through all parts of the system.
S. S. S. is the only purely vegetable
blood purifier known. It contains no min- 1
erals whatever. Send for our free book I
on blood and skin diseases and write our
physicians for any information or advice
wanted. No charge for medical advice.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. GA.
Torpsdo Division Will Shoot This
The Torpedo division, naval artillery,
will have *n interesting shoot out at the
back landlngthis afternoon. To lowing
is the official notioe from Commander
All members of Torpedo division, na
val mili ia, are ordered to appear at ar
mory at 2:30 p. m , Frida., August 24,
without uniform, for target practice. By
order of J 8. Weight,
C. A. Taylok, Lieut. Ex. Officer.
The pocket can be mended. The stomach can
be cured. That sterling medicine for the stom
ach and blood, Doctor Pierce’s Gol ten Medical
Discovery, acts with peculiar promptness and
power on tho organs of digestion and nutrition.
It is a positive cure for almost all disorders of
these organs, and cares also snch diseases of
the heart, blood, liver and other organs, as have
their cause in a weak or diseased condition of
FOR SALE—At a bargain, either
cash or installment, the 7-room houee
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.
Gko. T. Bailey, Central Hotel.
Fitxjimmous-Snarkey fight. Returns
from tbs ringside by rounds at Elk
saloon Friday night.
The greatest skin specialist in
America originathe the formula for
Banner Salve. Foiall skin diseases,
all cute or sores, and for piles, it’s
the most healing medicine. W. J.
Let Jim Carter have one more lick at
the old summer suit, and yon wont have
to buy anew one till winter.
The quicker you 8 top that eongh the less
danger there will be of.fatal lung .[trouble. Cn
One Minute Cough Cure is the only harmless
r medy that gives immediate results. Yon will
like it. YV. J. Butts.
Beauty Is Blood Deep.
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 lazy liver and driving ail im
purities from the body. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets, —beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
Cell at DeVos’e when you are in
eed of something nice in the grocery
When we have good blood, wc are healthy
strong, vigorous, and full of life and energy.
Hood's Sarsaparilla makes good blood.
Hustling young man can make S6O
oer month and expenses. Permanent
position. Experience unnecessary.
Write quick for particulars, Clark &
Cos., 4th ,4(Locus Streets, Philadel
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over with you and giving you our estimates,
and if we fail to get your order that is our fault,
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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.