GRKAT -GRANDMA MM A,
uni of yooroval frame upon the wait,
11 reut-*ram! mamma, bow penal rely you
i rouaed aa you were when going to a ball
In other days.
How pink your etieeM l HovraOfi yonr curly
Thoa roay llpe were never meant lor eigba;
Your laughing eye* are blue—a ejiarmlng
f.ika luoyi vklrc.
rom-brown ire arelied I'oo bur) „
And oh, bow very gracefully you stand is '
Upon thoao marble atrpa, a orimaon roae
Within your hand.
Of courae, I wouldn't even dare auggeat
That yon were not aa lovely aa you aeem.
Still, artist* (somellmee) put one at one’s beat.
And I've a dream
i'hat on my portrait, too, (please do not tell;
Poatority some day a glance may lllng.
And polut mo out a beßttty and a Imlle.
—Lilly Huger Smith.
THU WALK lilt* BKIK'f.
The walking skirt has takcu a firm
hold on feminine taete, and indeed it is
lime that something has been'tnlroduc
t and to take the place of that much dis
i-ueaed and decidedly
tklrt. Of couree, the walking length
tkirt baa been with us for some time,
hut not until recently has it succeeded
in taking its proper place In my lady's
During the past summer, lu (he moun
tains, at tbeseaehore, and for trarci&ft.
ihe comfort and beauty of the walking
tkirt was fully Illustrated, And the
reign of the short sknt U predicted to
be as long as that of its p pular ac
cessrry—the sbirtwais', It Is by 'ar
100 convenient, Sensible audjpcouujuiaal
a fashion f>'e rip eoAtni by ite
woman of the jiny.
Of oootsc, to pres nt a boroughlj
nobby Appearance, the regular high
hiking boots sbouLl bo worn a-i low
quarter shoes,[cei tainly do not show to
f.dyantage noi appropriate.
u t.au 1
match the (knt
akould be worn so asjto
Rok absolutely tailor-miui .
FINE FURNITURE. mf
Paired of on ‘our furniture
stock would give lut half hn i,k ft 0 f $ fT
the beauty and economy found here-
Visit the Q tftr#
and let the goods do their own talking and the
prices their own saying? More than an entire
train load of suits and odd pieces have been placed
on these floors since last you were herAySee about it
CARPETS, RUGS, MniTG^
Never were the prices on thefc ar
ticles so low as at present. Nelur have the pat
terns been so beautiful, the quality so excellent or
the price so attractive.
Kach new season tiuds this deTVWfleta|in Jbetter
condition to fill your The prinqjgflJfeßdgn
carpet and rug centres hnyeEfipresentatiypFwre.
We are quoting ■
Lower Prices Than IF*
H. M. MIHETjkJt
*~slr. 'Jbas. F. Way is visiting bis son,
Mr. Fred Way io-Savannah, and maV
ren aln there permanently.
Mr. James R. Wrench leaves this
morning for Madison, where he will
spend a week with relativep. On bis
return be will;be 'accompanied by bis
sister, Kirs Alice Wrench, who will
resume her poti lon hero as teacher in
iheputlic school after a summer In
MadUch, . t .
Miss BowCna Griffin.
a “visit to
Misses Cl fiord and Claude Lucas
baye returned from a pleasant vlsir*#
Miss Ada Robinson hi Savaewab.
Mr. A. I, Franklin is la Darien.
Miss Katie O’Conor returns tjfis
week from Madison, where she hits
spent seyerai weeks.
Tlvs mnut cuunly and effective pills made are
DeWltt’* Little Barly Kiser*. They are uue
qualed for *ll liver and ixjwel troubles. Never
grljie. W, 4. Butt*.
When you want a plensunt pbyelc try the new
remedy, chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablet*. Taey are easy to take and pleaant lu
effect. Price 25e. Samples free at ltlabop’*
Bear* the /> Ibß Kind You Have Always Bou^fcl
The .light man to have clean yonr
clotbej is Jim Carter.
Large hup spot*, astronomer* say. caused the
extreme hcae this summer, lied doctor, declare
nearly alt tho frustrations wure induced by dis
orders of the Mottach, Qood health rbltowa
good digestion. Kodol Dyspepsia <tu* dlgiwls
w hat you eaWi If yon hav Indlgasi lyu or dys
pepsia it M Utqulckly relieve and permanently
cure you. IV. J. Hints.
"WfIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
Walter M, Gilmore, pator.—
Young Tuple's meeting 10:15 l*d by
M'. of serja%.n Sun
day n ght, Go to the Theatre.”
All are cordia^^H^'tsd.
Have th n-gfon Of
, and. ii If BO you a ll Im
■■ ~f ,
l.'.\s?!SßHpfi| JBbm- Ivit hint an :
THE BRUNSWICK TIME9-CALL, SEPTEMBER 23,1900.
TO BBGIM TOMORROW,
Enrollment of New-Pupils at the Pub
Tbe enrollment of new pupils at the
publio schools will begin tomorrow
morning at 9 o’clock. Be sure to take
your obild so as to save trouble about
ebtering when the schools open tomor
All tbe teaohers are coming, io shd
will be ready to meet tbe Normal clast
on Friday at y s. in.
/ Mr.G-jriffltb will isturn Tuesday and
resume bis residence at Dr. Blanton’s.
\Mli Griffin-M4-spent>.he vseation
Miss Alice Wrench visited her fath
er at Madison;
Mies Rita and Mf Jolla
Wilder have epent the vacation in
'Maine and New York.
trisited Btofft- Georgia
and scHMFMI** Katie O’Conor. \’“l\
The other teachers have made abort
trips away from home. All are at
home and ready for the neat session.
Many new features hsve been iotr/i
--dueed intotbo works for tbe coming
year, after a close study of tie Deeds
of our school*. Visiting by parent# it
to be encouraged as much as possible.
This it a vast help in schorl work f
Last year there were exactly Are hao
dred enrolled on the various registers;
This yggr the list sbeu’d go to at least
a thousand visits, Five hundred vis
itors is an average of three a day.
The superintendent hopes to get at
least one call from every mother in
Brunswick. Then all can apeak from
persoual knowledge as to what the
children can do at scbool. Let every
body conic to the briok school next
week any day betweea 9 a. m. and I
SOUTHERN CHEAP RiTES- SA
Sunday morning, September 93rd
and 30:h. One dollar for the round
trip, Tiokets limited to date of sale.
Train leave* at (1:40 a. in.
Our Ore*teat Specialist
For SO years Dr. J. Newton Hath
away has so successfully ‘rtsaturt chronic
diseases that he la ackncvledged today
to stand at the head of hia r rnfnasion in
this file, His exclusive ‘ method of
treatment for Varicocele ana Stricture
without the aid of knife or cautery
cures in HO per cent, of all eases. In
the treatment of loss of vital forces
nervous disorders, kidney and urinary
complaints, paralysis, blood poisoning,
rheumatism, catarrh and diseases pecul
iar to women, he is equa ly successful*
Dr. Hathaway's practice is more than
double that of any oiher specialist.
Hues pronounced hopeless by other
readily yield to his tro&t
him today fully about
lie makes no diary** for
or advice, either at his of
sai 1. —a.
j W T< IN IIATH \WAV, M. D
X J tirvan Street. Savsnnab, Qa
; fa<* arv uoi only am.oyluft
Jftatu •! bloKl. flood'* Sarapi\-
. l, y Purifying the blood.
1 Biter’s Good Work.
t Muons rulic, yet a
Diarrhoea doses and waen
tirely cured," says Herb... JaTovver, ot Empo
ria, Kan. “My neighbor wsa
tor a week, o
modi 'lie I ruarf??yL '..,1 ■
another douv>r who treated him tor some daVs
and gave Uhn no relief, to discharged
went over to see hlmihenei: own nJOM
said hi, bowels were In a <•*>“!>>jLdKgg9Bl
ha-i -eer. ninning off,,. t-ng Uj*l
bloody flu. 1 a*ked
and he home and brought
him one done; told him
dose ,n fifteen or twenty mln-
not And relief, but be look no
more, and waa entirely cured. I think it the
beat medicine l have ever tried " For sale by
Dr. Bishop's drug store.
Jim Carter is Brunswick's best
THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS
Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic.
The formula is plainly printed 'on every bottle—hence you
know just what you are taking 'when you take Grove’*. Imitators
do not advertise the -formula knowing that you would not buy
thetr medicine if you knew what it contained. Grove's contains
Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless
form. The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the
malaria out of the system. Any reliable druggist will tell you that
Grove’s -IS the Original and that all other so-called Tasteless
Chill Tonics arc imitations. An analysis of other chill tonics shows
that Grove’s is superior to all others in every respect. You
ite .not experimenting when you take Grove s—its superiority
excellence having long been established. Grove’s is the
onlf^fchill Cure sold " throughout the entire malarial sections of
the United State*, No Cure, No Pay. Price, 50c.
PREACH ON SUNDAY SCHOOL,.
)-J. * f MW
Brooklyn, Sspt. 9J.—Today i* the
Sunday" appointed by tbe Sunday
SobtJjM tJnloiuif Ihlsjklty for ••rally”
vyArmooi by the pastor* of th* various
churchee In the intereet of Sunday
•cbool work. A wig* observance of
the custom Is expected.
A Night of Terror.
“Awful anxiety wa felt for the widow of the
l>iavo.en;Burnhnni,of Hacbirs, Me., when the
doctor* said she could lot live til! morning,
write* Mr*. S. U. Lincoln, who attended her
that fearful night. “All thought she moat
soon die from Paeumonin, bu**ho liegged for
I>r. King’s New Uiscoverj, saying it had more
than once ah** l her life and had cured her of
comuaiput*. After three small doecs she rested
ewdly aM Aight. and its further use completely
cured ho*;" This mervelon* medicine 1* gnitr
anWed Ui cure ail Throat, Cheat and Lung Dis
ease*. (July 3#c and 4100. Trial bottles free at
All teliphane order*; promptly de
livered *t De Voe's.
HARPER * WHISKEY RECEIVED
Peris, AJHL26- (Special dispatch.;—
Americag.vwi|fsltj** received tbe offi
eial apprby r *£iSjE tb* exposition today,
whev goli medal was awarded to
Louisville, Ky„ on
their I. W.Harper, whiskey. Sold in
Brunswick, Ga., by T. Newman.
U I had a running aore of* niy leg for seven
years ” vcritcsSrs. James Forest of cheppewa
rails,Wia-“and siwut hnntlreda ot dollars In
trying to gst tthealed. Two Ixvxes of Danner
Salvo emlt^ljscured It." W.J. Dulls.
CksmberlstiiV Oohgh Remedy a Orest
TtoeVivthlnx and healfng qualities of this
rcm.dyhu plimsant taste and promat and per
nl enrev have made It a reit favorite
pen jeev.rv where. It is esperla ly prized
pj mot rrs of small eitildrep for cods. croup
“wd Whooplor cough. a it nlw&, s affords quick j
rrltef. and aa it contains rio opium or other I
harmful drag. It may be given aa confldently to
I* baby as to an adult. For ante by Bishop*
drug sto e.
The progressive nations of the w orld are the
groat food consuming nations. *iood food well
.digested g ve strength. If yon cannot digest
all yon eat. yon need Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It
digests what you eat. Yon need not diet your
self. it contains all of the dlgestants combined
with the lieat known tunics nn,l reconstructives
it will even digest* all classes of foods in a bot
tle. So other preparation will ;do this. It in
stantly relieves and cures all stomoch troubles
W J ButU
Winn you want somethin* nice in
ind pretervn* caM at De Voe’e
to have the old last
’dod order. See
A QUICK CURK 10R
COUGHS AMD COLDS
Very vr* ;Ur ? *i- in
*■'< •. one „n:,!
THROAT or LUNGS
Lar.re 3V> 4 tK’s, \
DAVIS A LAWK S':< i. <*n,
!Vr*y iHtvb* IV.u-Kitkf. * ,
ANOTHER LOT OL^
Ladies’ Silk Lined Underskirts 25e up’.
Lace Curtains worth |1.25 at 79c per pair.
Lace Pillow Shains worth 79e at 49c per pair.
Table Oil Cloths worth 30c at 15c.
Bureau Scarfs, Center Pieces and
Table Linen Greatly Reduced
All the latest styles in Millinery just Received. 1
Every Hat |
Personally Selected*” J
while in New York. You will be convinced by
examing our stock that we carry the finest in the
MRS* M. ISAAC,
The Largest Dry Goods Store, ,
208 and 208 1-2 Newcastle St.
A WISE PBOVISION—N—c. b. mm.Soo,
Wines and Whisky in the house. It is the best for
health and hospitality. The doctor prescribes it and
friends approve it. mellow.
206 Bay Street.
win Gonvmesciao RPISfU
Vm any of my brands of WINEt* AKl> J '
LIQUOIi-S und nature will lie greatly \ %
m the work of recuperation. \ 4
MygixxlHftre of excellent quality, and v ij ,-
have l*n t>ol l land matured under
our immediate iupervjgion, Eaeh ■mnw| r^l
brand ham boon aeb eted becanae of aome 1 f ‘ 1
merit. Fmd out which uita. | j \ |
pßicks to suit.) ■ I \ J