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The Bee Hive.
Clippirg from the Brunswick
Times-Call Wednesday, Septem
ber 2'(i, 1900:
TO REDUCE STOCK.
Ah announcement from the
popular Bee Hive Is always tn
ite-esttng, but when this store says
‘Stock must be reduced,” it
mesne that hundreds of Bruns
' wiclclans will save money because
■ goods are being sold at a very
.small margin. Read the un
\ uuiiituo unut buu c; to the Bee
■ Hive for bargains.
The above clipping from the
: Times Call of recent d-ate is cor
rect in bub one detail—it states
that the Bee oive la selling on a
• very small margin,” wrtdcb is
erroneous. The B e Hlvd Is sell
ing good, honest, reliable mer
ttMe Actual cost.
A BONE FIDE COST SALE.
COST MARK NO I 4
1 2 3 45678 9 0 JJepeater
COST MARK NO 2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 Repeater
Bear lit rail it Mil lilt le Soli it lift mZ
The Bee Hiw.
Phil S- Farmer, Proprietor.
CHUE HALL. Proprietor
Youjcan get the best the market affords by eating here
215 GRANT Si r
' J, J. LISSNER,
Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and
GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN A SPECIALTY.
tf |?l6 Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia.
In one of our windows
we display today a com
plete line of articles for
Boys’ use. The school
season will soon be here
and the fitting out of your *
BOY for school be
made easy by inspecting*"
/ our immense assortment oL-
Suits. Shoes anH x
Furnisliings.< === __ ,
mill fliunii.; i
For a period of fully two years this store has sold the Brunswick people re- :
lable merchandise. Daring that entire period the Bee Hive has been the only :
Dry Goods Store in the city that has appealed for your patronage day in and day "
out through ihe newspaper; never afraid to tell the public of our store doings; ;
always lijv.uii* JGr pST.TCP.ego 02 ibe policy of “DTI<V’.T LTVIt:” you ■
have grown to believe u-. fHHE-;
Now we arc endeavoring to reduce this stock, aruj for, that purpose we t Her :
every article in store at y
ABSOLUTE ACTUAL COST, |
It Is the shopping public’s opportunity to buy DRY GOODS OF EVERY :
DESCRIPTION for present and future use. We reserve nothing, Everything :
goes. We affix our costs marks below, so that the public may judge as to this \
sale being as stated ' • ap' I
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, SEPTEMBER 30, 1900,
The Bee Hive
The Bee Hive.
213 Newcastle st., Brunswick, Ga.
CASH IN ADVANCE
A-dyei-tfremeufs i this column will be insert
ed •( the uniform rate of One Cent a Word for
each Insertion. NO-advoniaoiuoav, boweY'nr
mall, less than 50 rents. Cush in itdvsnee,
FOR SALE—Three millr cowt: C.
. 8. Tait
For Sait—Ooe large safe cbesp
Browu Drug Cos.
~'V -V. —Tf ' ' . i J
FOR BENT.-Large,, comfortable
fopms,, with use of bath room; with or
without tm-alc. Terms reasonable.
405 G altm . ~-
i ■ • 4* - • - . y •• —"T-""" .
FOR RENT OR BAl,*—Huu’ss snd
lot No. 407-J& street for rent or sl.
C*n f) biught cheap, and on easy
term?. Brunswick Bank and Trust Cos.
with black velv?tj!jpii : round neck
Answer* to name Wiifc onOdc Ivin ley
Reward if returned to' drug
Hustling yonrg man can ral4b 460
per month and expenses. Porma'neat
position. Experience unnecessary.
Write quiok for particulars, Clark ft
Cos., 4tb ft Isooua Streets. Philadel
WANTED.—Christian man or wo
man willing to qualify for permanent
position of trust, here or in borne
county. 4900 yearly. Enclose self
addressed stamped envelope to Secre
tary, car* of Timxs-Caix.
LOST. —Bunoh of key*. King bad
long chain attached. I.oet between
St. Mari’* church and Brunswick
L’ght & Water Company’s oftloe. Re
turn to John C. Green, at fire depart
YES, WE HAVE IT!
| FOR BREAKFAST. FOR SUPPER.
Cream Wheat. Libbej’s Veal Loaf.
! Decker's Oat Meal. Libbey’s Ham Loaf,
t Heokei’* Farina. Libbey’* Beef Loaf.
Shredded Wheat Biscuit. Llbbey’a Cottage Loaf.
Sbredded Codtiah . And many other good things
Large Fat Mackerel.
RING PRUNE 158.
Miss Mads McDonald has returned
from a pleasant visit to friends on St.
Mr. W. fi. Thomas, of Gainesville,
after a'short visit to hit family here,
left Wednesday for his home.
Miss Annabel Taylor, of Frederica, ia
, visiting Miss Mada McDonald.
Mrs. Fenton Harrison ba< return and
from a visit to North Carolina.
.J. . | ®
After a pleasant visit to her mother,
Mrs. Victoria Jeffers, Mrs. Hodgson has
returned to her home in Waycross,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Porter have re
turned from a plea-ant visit to Vir
Mrs. Jacob L Beach is quite ill in
Atlanta, to the regret of friends
tV r: / ■:/„ .. ■ - , ...
Mrs. Samuel Borchardt and children,
of Tklapa, will arrive next week from a
summer in Rennsa’aer, Ind , and will
spend a few weeks the guest of Mrs.
Albert Fen dig.*
The Mlsres Goette, of Savannah , have
ljh*ui**d from a pleasant visit to Missev
Annie and Julia Mahoney.
The Brunswick Library is indebted to
Mrs. Wm, 'Xhomas. of Gainesville,
accompanied by her IHtle eon Clarence,
Is spendsng some time the guest of Mr,
and Mr#. George Krause.
Mis# Mamie Troughs is -vleii iog
relatives and 'riendsTrT Atlanta.
The sisters of St. Joseph will open
thelfrchool on Monday morping with
quite a large enrollment of pupils.
New desks and school furniture have
Wen pulpits place, and the building s
now lu readiness for occupancy as a vei y J
d#lrablel|Jft>ol house j
Mias Mafic DeVoe continue. -quite ill,
to the regret of br many friends.
*1 famUins of Mr. J. B. ft bratus and
Mr. Julio* Levy are bow at Toceoa snd
will return to Brunswick next week,
There Will be interesting services at
Wo Cathoßq church this morning with
a sermon by Rev. Btahop Kelley, of S?i
vanuah. The music la in charge of Miss
Helen O’Conor, who will be assisted by
the following voices: Misses Nellie
Colcaberry and Annie O’Conor. Mia.
Hugh Porter; Messrs. Charles Fleming.
Lawrence von Waller, Robert Sherman,
and also by Prof. Deal, who will accom
pany on the violin.
Mias Julia Wilder has returned from
a summer spent in Asheville and New
Mrs. A. V. Wood came in Friday
night from Atlanta.
Prickly ash Bitters
V. C""* “w KtOWEVS. IS. CIVEa, STOMACH Mrai aowsia.
#OU * 'OH ONE DO LIAR.
W* J Butts, Special Agents.
.....Disinfect Your Homes
Choloro - Naptholeum,
A Safeguard to Disease.
We Sell in Anv Quantity.
W J BUTTS, The Druggist,
’‘On the Corner.”
! I DON’T THINK!
You have tried ait of Our Spcc'al Flavors of Gold Soda Water.
There arc several of them that will refresh vou In any old weather.
For Irstance. haye you ever tried our new drink,
-jwpsZ I"””' CD Lmm m
if you have you know a good thing. If you haven't, there is a
real treat jet in s ore for you. Our reputation of having the best
. Seda in the city must be sustained, and thi.t is why we use only the
pure fruit juices for our syrup and wby we are never just cat
its served eight and cold as ioe > an make It. - ' , _ ...
BROWN DRUG CO.~
| HU MAN IC .
-Ms. SHOES FOR MEN'
VVfwhave secured the sole control of F
the famous “Hu-man-ic” Shoes for men.
WtHßur- * These shoes are scientifically perfect,
iSK|.Bwßg 3 being constructed on anatomical lines to
conform to the natural foot.
They combine ease, grace and durabil
(ttmlSgggr ' ity, with a popular price.
VsfS Their demand throughout America lias
Vm been marvelous. Superior in quality and
more perfect in fithan any ever-*
VHB Only obtainable of us in this city.
vkg? PRICE $4 PAIR.
LOOK THE WORLD OVER
AND YOT CAN’T BEAT ,
CREAM OF KENTDCKY
SI.OO PER QUART; $4.00 PERoIIWBL
NOT MADE BY A TRUST* ™
I. Trager & Cos,, Independent Distillers.
i Sold Exclusively in Braunswick by
-206 Bav Street*