The Brunswick times-call. (Brunswick, Ga.) 1900-1902, August 26, 1900, Page 8, Image 8

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8 Theßee Hive. The Bee Hive. f IdVqSMI HERE'S AN OPPORTUNITY \io Dozen Best Oil BUM Min lie Hem Died low coses, Size 46x36, m these Pillow voloe Each lie, on Sole oielßc. Moleiiol is lie foio is 14c. L2a WINDOW DISPLAY.-^^ The Bee Hive. j The Bee Hive. Phil R. Farmer, Proprietor. 213 Newcastle st., Brunswick, Ga. Coney & Parker DEALERS .IN Coal and Wood, Brick, Lime,-Cement, Plaster, Hair,'Shingles and Laths. Phone 18 525 Bav St. J. J. LISSNER, W HOLKSA LK Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN A SPECIALTY. 21G Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia. Ladies’ Waists A few colored ones left, 75c to $1.50 kind. They are all treated alike—the price now is 50c! Fome white Waists and wash Skirts left—any of them AT COST- Straw Hats at Kait Price ~..... , v .., * LEVY’S THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, AUGUST 26, 1900, THE COLORED BALL GAME. The B uuswiok colored basball club defeated Albany again yesterday afternoon by a score of Bto 3. Tbe grand s'a and, bleecb rsant*! II the seats were paoked with spectators atid they saw a good game. Quite a number of whites w re pr sent. When in need, call on J. W. Watkins. He loans mo ney on personal property. Jim Carter represents FOR SALE —Cheap, bandsome fur niture. L, Times-Call. CASTOHIA. Boars the /> he Kind VOB Ha<e Always Bought Dont throw away the old suit until ou have seen Jim Carter. Jim Carter docs the best work when it comes to cleaning clothes. TO ST. SIMONS Sunday, Ait 261 Schedule: mm “gov, sum.” Lv Brunswick 9 30 am 2 pm Ar St. Simons Pier 10.30 am 3 pm Lv St. Simons Pier i 130 am 6pm Ar Brunswick 12 30 n’n 7pm Fare Brunswick to St. Si mons Pier and Return, 50 Cents. * M. TUPPER & CO., General Agents. For Breakfast. URGE, FAT MACKEREL, Conti JUSTIN, ONLY : : Iw tdUl. Phone 158. " 11l HI Labor Day Committee Reports Progress. Will Have the Largest Parade Ever Seen Here. □ The committees from the differtnt labor unions report everything ready for the big celebration. A friend of the workingmen writes the following: Labor Day is a holiday recognized by the U nited States government and by our local government. The celebration of labor day in Brunswick is an entirely new thing, and as citizens, let us show the world that wc are keeping pace with other cities Without labor our city is worthless. The capitalist, manufacturer and merchant would have to close down, but with organized, intelligent labor we can say to the capitalist, Inyest, we will furnish the labor. Abraham Lincoln, Cardinal Manning, Bishop Potter, in fact, all of the bright est minds acknowledge and advocate or ganized labor as the best means of light ening the burdens of the masses, making their homes more cheerful, the hearts of the people happier, their hopes and as pirations noble and braye. Labor un ions are the means of a higher and bat ter class of labor; they are the means of education; they relieve the sick and dis tressed: in fact, it is a school and makes better citizens. With one voice say, “Let us celebrate labor day.” The work of arranging for this grand celebration is in the hands of a few working men. When they call on you meet them cheerfully. Atlanta gives $5,000 to her workers. Savannah, Ma con and all our neighbors recognize this day, and let us do the same. JNxrtjejs. AT FIRST BAPTTST CHURCH. Rev. W. M. Gilmore, pastor. Ser vices today at 11 a. m. and 8 p m.; Sun day school at 4 p. m,; young people’s meeting at 10:15 a. m. Subject, China, Led by Mr. F, E. Twitty. All cordially invited. GOOD MUSIC. Special program at First Baptist chu ch today. Morning Service. Instrumental voluntary-Miss Emil) Waff and Prof. Deal. Vooal voluntary—“ Why stand ye here idle” —By choir. Offertory—“ Trust in the Lord”—By choir. Evening Service. Instrumental voluntary. Vocal voluntary—“Te Deum”—By choir. Offertory—“ God is Love”—Trio, Messrs. Allen Fleming and Waff. Postlude—“lf I Were aVoice"—Mrs. J. W. Wallace. Choir composed of Miss Emily Waff, organist; Prof. Deal, violinist; Mrs. G. W. Blanton and Miss Gertrude Allen, sopranos; Mrs. J. W Wallace, alto; Dr Blanton and Chas. Fleming, tenors, Ed ward Allen and Howard Waff, bassos. Miss Chiretis Winter will play the violin in the Methodist ohurch this morning. Disinfect s Your H omes •i. Choloro-Naptholeum, A Safegua and to Disease. We Sell in Any Quantity. W J BUTTS, The Druggist. “On the Corner.” We Owe Money i • , ! and must have money to' ► 0 | meet our bills, therefore j it behooves us to pu li j collections with a ven i geance, which we propose | to do on the first. No more CREDIT. 10 per cent off foi cash. BROWN DRUG CO. Keep Cool 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 Ito Mug Use any of my brand* of WINES AND LIQUORS and nature will be greatly assisted in the work of recuperation. My goods are of excellent quality, and have been bottled and-matured under our immediate supervision, Each brand has been g l cted because of some special merit. Find out which suits. PRICES TO SUIT. T. NEWMAN, Bay Street, Brunswick, Ga. We know it—Thousands know it. But do you know /mJuiuSk '•'*s that Ihe “ct rj Fwr whisky vyho p o; iftillvhis- Because It is abs luiely pure, . \ , Because it is very old, . Because it has wr fine aroma and ili\or. Because it is smooth anl palatable. •' Because ii iriE wHIsKR for Medal- <ss A"/%'?: nal purposes. TKT IT AND BE ( ONVINCED. Look for our Trade Mark on the label. >• - I. TRAGER & CO., Distillers, Cincinnati, Ohio. ■ R. V. Douglas, 2UB Bay street, General Agent.