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IS IHE FIRST CONFERENCE
And all Are, Determined to
Make a Great Suc
cess of It.
The Timbb-Cai.l is in receipt of the
program for the First Epworth League
Conference,. Wayoross district, which
is to be hold in the above city from
October 12 to 14.
This conference is the first held by
the leaguers of this district and it
promises to be a great success.
Following is the program:
Devotional Exercises, led by Dan
Lott, Vice President Wayoross Local
Our District, E,' Prentice Peabody,
Tbe Leaguers’ Experience Meeting,
P. M. Ulsch,
’ . f 1 he i/i ...
\ Out I.CCRtIf
WTl‘r''S. Chas, M. Williams, Way
AUaptabilHy of tlic League to Couu.
try Cha|gfij, Mr a, J. O. Ward. Black-
THE SICK ARE
And the Weak are ReMorwl to Full Vigor
, suid Strength at tlu Hum!* of the Great
est Healer of Modern Times.
w llav© you fn.T pln or uche or wMikne*t?
Are TOH Does your blood eh- >w i hat it contain* im
je|_l> > puvMe*? Are sou norvoaa? Du you lack
4 map urn! activity of wind and body? Are
i ,n tired? Have you
fotit niubltlon? Im Uiorc unv
„ \ unnatural drain upon the
'mj! ayttotuY If every orjrun per
■ forming lt proper June
■•-w K li mV In Other Word a:
s?v. Are Von it Perfectly
,7 Strong, Active, \ Igor*
WhA—y I llnppy
y Man or Yt oimu< ?
U wot, jam should not tie*
lay one d&fl>etore yon con
'*l salt a apcclnliel. one to
" h<nn tin*human I rxly i.*n
■'tnU&'-j <''i‘ou book mnl who liuder
r tand* every plmeoof weak
“** uml dlaease and to
> how the proper treatment
W„ — ~J lor a euro la us simple a*
the lidding of a coin?’ n of figures.
, .. I ’ vears, PU.J NEWTON
The Leading hatmv.v \\ i,a* been ue leadlnf
fineeiaPat. etvofa; . ted thiscouutry. Aiiaymc'
spo t In h *H’ *n for yea re larger than
thatof all othci spocinllsiecoinblnod. Hie cures of all
eortaof diwonmxi nonunion* lwvleen the marvel of
Chexncdhal profeak>ii and the f-coplo generally. His
fame has spread ut ) every!,van and every hamlet.
fhose ufthoted vt t( b a! i tuanm r of diseases liave *t night
lafmoe* In on* rti t they might be made whuja
y the adminicle • ii*r of id* m.wdorlnl eystem of treat
ment V eck* of h’wa:ilty have come to him for
eonsultauon nnd im dicliu**, whoa fev, month* later
Jhttve rotu.-iiod to him In tnwt vigorous health to give
mu him It) itrwbpnK*.
mi Dlscu&c * pr. Hathaway treats H ll diseases.
• Cured. UMj peculiar to men and those
_ . . iioc’u ar to women, es veil as
Catarrh, lib* an.i.ti tr, Kidney Complaint**, Kowma,
and nil loan • f !.■ and c*<ranlo disorders.
V.Hooc.l. end ,
m Strict •o. rtrictur without the sM of knife
or eruteri npbonameMU. The
mUcnt t tbl. mrtiHKl Ml hi. o.tihivu,
SstthoulMlnor \ - ■ uip. from ntilonM. Thislc
-yo.l*:'- -iy lh. only tio.uncut, n i li'h Cl'.. w‘tli oof tit
r ration. T>r. vntlirtwiiy n-.u. U..‘ rurtlcnlei utton
o' Kvtr or* fn.. t.irUoMy ul BtrU-tnra to
Pn> .JCMliiiio llo< bieuow book which will b
Evnt-v a..ft ••fi* free on Rpt.ltcltlou.
BT.rj .• Frcry ran* toVon by Hr Hsthßwsy
i Speelally f .w,-..itiv tnujw) .• >ratn totti
' lmUi-y..i>U .uulrrliloronern HOMM<|
■ rr.ntDH. min.rvl.lon. wvl Mil rr uto.'*. ■ mho ny
him or. nronoml in'-i 11 . lovtilinfM in
hi. own Im' u-.n.ro' inti 'r prpo tlml ovrrpl.M,
•UM vll fn-1 . proofrtntk.OM ot hIMOWr
m I liotlv 'Toy make, no el.e:htrcoaanU
hOW lotiao or o<ilc4', oit''or Ml hi. olbro or b,
m- null.ftnd w’ en i co. | . takon tho oo low
fee cope Vi; <xt ot niixllcmo, ru4 wn
J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, Nl.ffe- ft4 <|
lkr. Hatha way A Cos.
•I Nryan Str.wt, Havannah, Oa.
kUurnUN THIS FATRK WIIKN WnrVIKU -
Where There Are no Leagues, How
Shall We Organize? Mrs. S. W.
Hitch, Way cross.
Discussion of last two subjects, con
ducted by W. P. Ward, Douglas.
The League’s Great Work, M. W.
Howard, State First Vice President,
Quest'on Box, conduotcd by W. Le-
Flls Arnold, S'ate Secretary, Savan
Promise Meeting, ltd by J. A.
How to Conduct tbe Literary De
partment and use the Reading
Course,’Mra, H£V. McMillan, Black
shear. ' 'W'- j ■* r
The Place for the Bible in our Leag
ues, Mrs. Georgia A. Jones, Way
Discussion of these subjects, led by
Roy. J. M. Glenn, Waycross,
The Holston Plan, Mrs, Minnie L.
Parker, Brunswick, Ga.
SATURDAY EVBSIKO .
Devotional Kxerciees, led byC. C,
The Duty of the League, with re
gard to Temperance and Sunday Ob
servance, An open Conference, led by
Rev. M. B. Ferrell, Blackshear.
The Work and the Workers: A Plea
for the Pastors, W . L. Arnold, State
Secretary, Savannah, Ga,
The Quiet Hour; A Preparation for
the Sabbath, led by Mrs, J. O, Word,
Love Feast, conducted by "Uralo’
Thomas, Way oro'>s.
Sermon, Bev. T. M. Christian; Way
oross. Subject: ‘ Christ in His
Church: The Past and Present."
First V. L.
Trinity Cliurch, U
e u il e u t.
a Junior Work
Martha Jonos, leade^^®? 0108 *'
League peyoUoßil JnMjjhF' T# ?| c;
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body, !>>trict SeorWß
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Howard, First \’li'e-rres!cßß^^H
"Quick luncb'’ is on. of tlio commonast of city
sign.. The sign doesn't .r "a healthy lunch of
soop food—the character of the food apparently
is not eosaidetcd. li’a jn,t a quick lunch—cat
and get n<ay. Is it yij wonder that the jd<nu
aeh breaks down? Food Is throut Af iNfAßpe l
indlgeatible and iunuu-iiiona food, weiy often,
and the stomach haa to do the best it onn. Nor
mally there should be no need for medical as
■balance tor the stomach. But the average
method of life ia abnormal and while this con
tinues there will always be a demaud for Dr.(
l'icrce'a Uoldcu Medical I'iscovery. It la fho
one medicine which tan d,e relied on to cure
diseases of the stomach SSuither organa of dl
gesilon and nutrition, 'ikiaunta cure all. It
ia n medicine designed for tha stoinh> i!,*jyJ .Ho
cure tliri ush the atemach remote
have their causeinthc derangirarnt of
the stomaeb and digeatire end nutritive ays
tom. It cure# when all else falls.
Buy your dry goods it nclual cost it
tbe Bee Qie. ' $
Half the World
sa to the cause of ihdr ill ivrw • . if tin; would
start to treat their kidney* with Voley’a Rid
noy Core, the wearn eta of body and mind, took
ache, headache and rl
disappear. W. J. ItutUjgpAPßßi
f ry goods * •*
i he Bee liive.
mmhn^lT saia stables.
THE BRUNSWICK TIMEb-CALL, SEPTEMBER 26, 1900.
The Quakers Are
tThe Quaker Herb Ton
ic is not only a blood
purifier, bub a Blood
maker for Pale, Weak
and Debilitated people
who have not strength
nor blood. It acts as a
tonic, it regulates di
gestion, cures dyspepsia
and lends strength and
tone to the jiervous sys
tem. It is a medicine for weak women.
It is a purely vegetable medicine, and
can be tskep by the most delicate.
Kidney disease, Rheumatism and all
diseases of tbe Blood, Stomaeh and
Nerves aobn fuccumb to it* wonderful
etfeofc on the- human system. Thous
andsnf people in Georgia recommend
it. Price fI.WV*
QUAKER PAIN BALM is the med
cine that the Quaker Doctor made all
of his quick cures with. It’s anew and
wonderful medicine for Neuralgia,
Toothache, Backache, Rheumatism,
Sprain*, Pain in Bowelsusn all
pain can be relieved by it. Prlee *Sc
and 50c. . " M
QUAKER WHITE WONDfiTI SOA3P,
a medicated soap for the skin, sejr
*nd complexion. Price 10c acake.
QUAKER HEALING SALVE, a
vegetable ointment for the cure of
tester, eczema and eruption* of the
•kin. Price 10c a box.
FOR SALE BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
F. A. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor,
Polhill’s Drue Store
FOR SALE ON RASY TERMS. ‘
The following valuable building lots,
Charmingly situated in tbe resident
portion of tbe oity, are for sale on easy
138x180, oo Union street, running
back to Reynolds street. Tbie piece
of property be divided into eix
lots, 45x90 eacb, thiee fronting on
Union and three on Reynolds streets,
and is situated Immediately north of
tbe residence of Mr: Glauber. Lot on
tbe east side of Union street, opposite
the residence of Mr, John H. McCul
lough, 80x180 feet, can bo divided into
fourjlots,4sxyo; two fronting on Union
and two on Ellis streets. Lot* 180x180
feet, oorneriog on Albany, Albemarle
and Amherst streets, scan be dividfd
into eight lots, 45x90 feet eacb. Also
lots od Gloucester street, between Al
bany and Amherst streets, and lots on
Albany, between Gloucester and F
streets; and on Amberst street, be
tween Gloucester aud F streets. To
anyone wishing desirable building
lots, either for their oltp residence or
for rent, oannot fail to be satisfied with
lh9*i locations. For further Informa
tion apply to
J. E. deßisnon.
AFTER FIFTEEN UiilH,
Cuthert, G.,Bcpa. IT, 11)00.—J. R. Richarileon,
B|£.i of this place was for fifteen yeera trouhlod
blood disease which we called dry cc-
SSlaiio tcHik a .-real deal ..f medicine Vlin
i.:;.! ami finally via- si!vi.,i] to
H. now has no al.-n
cun <i hr
H ‘nes at solusi cost
Artssiauw^l^ iTe ** each
Else and cap J will
welis in IB
days, b all on ' Baker ’
•205 Gloucester street.
Kihhons snd fancy goods
the Hee Hire. 1
term of Miss Jos e Smith’s
school will open Monday, October Ist,
sod will be taught by Mias Elizabeth
Nightengale until the former's ttpforn
r om the north.
W. B. Corsets on sale at oi u *l oost
at tbe Bee Hite. y
mgm pianos, organs, trunks,
mirrors, carpets, etc. J. W,
Wi kins. .
W. B. Oorsetson eale ut aotual coat
at tbe Bee Hive.
Nice Yellow Yams at Be Voe’hi
The Invitations Have Been Issued for.
the Opening qf Their Armory.
The Brunswick Riflemen have issued
the invitations to the opening of their
armory on October 4 The invitation is
quite a neat one and reads as follows-.
“Yourself and ladies are cordially ln
vted to attend the ‘opening’ of our ar
mory Thursday evening, October 4,1900.
There will be a prize drill, speeches by
prominent citizens and a danc'.
“Harry Miller, Chairman.
“ J. P. Hutchinson and M, Greenwood,
“Please present enclosed card at the
.jf Bow Bright’s Diseass Starts.
' lodJ*itlon,bmouaiic6, btood poisoned with
ores and nrte should have been
excreted by the kidneys), rheumatic pains in
nerves and joints, causing irritation or the kid
neys, then pains over the small of the back,
mark sure approach of Bright** disease; Do
not delay in taking Foley’s Kidney Care, for It
makes the kidneys right. Take no substitute.
, All our sites go at actual cost at tbe
t .. ) Ship Notice.
Neither the master, owners or con
signees of tbe Norwegian bark Rim
faxe, will be responsible for any debts
contracted by the orew of said bark.
*• SiuNangxb, Csptain.
WM. A. BRADY’S
Magnificent Scenic Production ot the
Marvelous Melodrama of Mys
ticism, Ihe Story of the
Devil on Earth, ths
Famous N-ovel of
Dress Circle, 75c.
Seats at store.
best goods, best treatment—
those am the three rules
which rule in ihi6 store in all
seasons of the year. My aim
la to Rive perfect satisfaction.
* Inhere is no reason *hy I
jjQ^Unot; and if, at any
New Prunes. See Them.
312 Newcastle Street.
Tlie Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been
iu use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of—
and has been made under his per
l2* , sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” are lmt
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
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What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THiem*u fitswNV, n muamt tTflcrr, new you* cmr.
™ ikJi Bargains *
A clearance sale to make room for new goods.
I Parlor Suit, 5 pieces, worth S4O, now $29. r .efflSK_-,_.
1 Oak Refrigerator, worth S2O, now sls.
1 Oak Bed Room Suite, 3 pieces, worth $25, now $lB
Bed Lounges, worth sl6, now sl2. *’ 'MigSiclwfl&aSjlj.
Centre Tables 50 cents to $6.
Ice Cream Freezers worth $2.50 at $1,98. BEV
f A large assortment of Sideboards, Cupboards
Prices Below the Market. feplSf
e. HcBARVEY. W.
trD m DR. MOFFETT'S A Allays Irritation, Aids Digestion,
H r —f |V7“TII I hi rk Regulates the Bowels.
■ L L I II I M #M Strengthens the Child,
] I LLInI II b\ Mak ” Teething Easy
B*B* i * (TeethingPowders).jLJsL TEETHINA Rdit'/estheHowd
. Troubles of Children of
Costs only 25 cents at Druggists. any aoe,
Or melt ir, reats to C J. MOFFETT. WI.D..ST. LOUIS.f
WASHINGTON SEMINARY SSsSs
Macor, and Baltimore Woman's College. Primary, M usic, Art,
Elocution and Business courses. Small classes. Individual work. Xo<
building, ' Horn" life. Pupils enter Vas-ar, Wellesley n < K ndt. lpb-Mecon
on certificates. Nextsegsion begins September 6th. For illustrated ra'alngue
ddress Mrs. W.T handler. Principal,Liewllyn D. boott, Asoociate Principal
now ready for basinere, We will eelgoods 10 per
cent lees than original coet
606 Monk Street.