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TOO mTnY ‘•DAIKTY DISHES ”
We don’t get anything to eat at our bouae any
There’s never any common dish cornea through
the kitchen door,
For in a aud all the girls l woikfn’ like the/
A-makin’ “dainty diabca’* from the fashion
mag aim ea.
They give ua dabs o’ this an’ that, with names
we can’t pronounce,
With tpiigW'jf,atuiraround them all, just like
A stalk or two o’ Hpinnge takes the place o’
‘ laesao* greona”—
We’re c am’ “dainty dishes” from the fashion
The groc’ry bill’s a humblin' now—l tell you
it’s a sin,
We got to buy the dainty stuff an’ things to
wok it in—
I’m blamed if I’ll ca ! l benn soup any “consum
may de bean!"
liut it's in "Dainty Dashes” in the fashion
1 want a steak—l want it ”Birk--?*m hungry
as a bow--
1 want it with thick gravy--uo new fan
gied kind o’ cause,”
An’ listen kerful an’ you’ll know jest what the
ol’ man means--
I waut no “dainty dishe” I'm the fashion
Mvi. Gotr„o Walteis aud children
have returned from a visit of several
months to New York.
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. B’evens, of Wil
lacooc'.ee, left Thursday for Alabama,
from a pleasant visit to Mr. ami Mrs.
J. R. Merton.
Mrs. F. A, Wrench and eh.ldreo of
Bruu.wick, after spending a mouth in
North Georgia with relatives, nrrived
Tuesday to visit Mr. U. A. Wrench
and family before returning home.—
Miss Mary McNlrh Burroughs left
Monday for Atlan’a, after a visit to
She alii visit in
A l ll^', Ohattautoga and
BtonchM,. Chill,, Cough,,
ffcuSJ Cold,, n v *pop,ia „| v , tiut-
M* *ver form, quickly cured by
SL taking DUI- PY 'S nALT
W HISKE V. Üb}c!p,vonful
WWi in glass of wkter thne times a
,la > At I druggteta and grocers
lllwnoj beware at Mutton*.
FINE FURNITURE. A
Pages of talk on our furniture figllgfillh
stock would give but half an idea of Tj, —-j
the beauty and economy found here-
Visit the Stqjje.
and let the goods do their own talking,
prices tneir own saying? More than 1 1 Entire
train load of suits and odd pieces have been placed
on these Hoors since last you were here. See about it
CARPETS, RUGS, MAdjASG,
Never were the prices on these,
tides so low as at present.
terns been so beautiful, TTCThj
the price so attractive. t ■ ,
Each new season fi u dy(jH^t r j nc i Pa i'f 0 J i ter
condition to v } * <n
carpet and rug
We are quoting MgKKEtfflmm'
Loosville before returning to her
home in Brunswick,—Madison Adver
Mr. and Mr=. T. F. Wm’er are tow
living in their handsome new r siuence
on Union street.
The day for tht afternooa serv'ce at
he Ep scopil church has been changed
from Wednesday to F iday.
A le.ter hat been received by one of
his old parish oner, in Brunswick
from Itcv. Father Henry y-jbiencke
now of Columbu-, Ga., con taming an
invitation to his silver jubilee celehra
tion on Oct. 9. On that day he will
have been twe ity-Qvr yea’s a priest
and w.lj celeb ate tbe annheruary by
saying high mast in the church of lAe
Holy Farail'-, In the' letter Father
Seblencke cxpteeacs a w.sb ’hat the
recipient extend the invitation to bo
preseot at the celebration o ail h s
parishioners anl old friends of ali de
Mis J. P. Soarletr, 0 f Sait rl, U
visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. K.
Misses Nina, Nellie, and Adi Baines
have returned Irom the Carollnsa
where they rpent a mo.uh visiting
relatives aud friend J. Tncrc were ac
companied by their cousin, Mias Iva
Higl y, who will remain in Brunswick
for severs! weoks,
Mti.es Josie and Frannte Smith
sailed yesterday on the Msllory steam
er York, where they will
spend some time with relatives, ,
The school enrollment throughout
the oy hr a exceeded this year nay
previous year*’ enrol'ment and teachq,
era and pupl 8 are enthusiastically at
work. It Is to he hoped that tha iii
ler.s' will con'lnuo and that the
acboo'a w,U close In June with greater
number of pupil* than they have now.
“Knowledge is power,“ wtth,ihe
splendid system of public schools that
Brunswick now has, c r'ainly the o
ts'a change for every ore no mattcj
how humble his lot or jkibf his doudi
tlou. to obt.do what will prove his
most efTeollye weapon in the warfare of
bread-earning a good education.'
s JUe boy who leaves school at at the
THE BRUNSWICK riMEvCALL, OCTOBER 6, 1900.
SOMETHING YVORi’H READING.
Mr. J. T. Palmer, Macon, Ga.;
De,r Sir and Friend: —As a “Doubt
ing Thomas,” who has quite recently
emerged from the darkness of skepti
c em abd dis'iust imo the light of truth*
and conviction, I am pleased to offer
this voluntary testimonial to your ex*
When firs' approached on 'be subject
of taking a policy in your company I
was disinclined to g've the matter >e -
ious consideration, feeling ihat 'be in
surance then being carr.ed was ample,
and that further investments along
that l.ne were not tufly unnecessary hut
would be unwise. However, in after
we ks and in >ntbs my mind freq neatly
recurred io ibe wisdom and value of
the annuity fta'ure; sad as I reflected
upoa the importance of making * pro*
vision for the maintenance of loved
ones that wontd enjoy exempt on
from the cnee t&intics that attend the
admlnistrat on of estates, I became
more and more conyinc-daw the w.a
dom of the annuity feature, though
stil i doubtful about ycur company be
ing able to give me that (ERI'AIA
PROTECTION which to me was the
sine qua non of a po icy.
When you aga’n approach'd mo on
the subject, I determined to consider
your claims and arguments from every
standpoint, and every aspect. This I
did for several days, with the result
that I reached a favor-bo conclusion
and took a $1,200 annuity policy.
My investigations were so painatak
iiightid exhaustive as to leave me no
further basis of distrust or apprehen
sion; and I am frank to say that if I
could not obtain another policy of like
character, I would cm part with th-t
which I have form ny, many time i*s
That thc*'annuity pulley’ - is dcstiu
od to bo THE rotlOY of the futWe
is as censin to my mind as that tils
Is an age of evolunsh and progress, in
which we are constantly attaining to
higher and better standards in things
materlu' as well as in ail other realms.
With assurances of personal esteem,
and sine re good wishes lor the pros
perity of yourself and company, I teg
o remain, Cordia'ly and truly yours.
E. L. Mastik,
Pres. Georgia and Alabama Business
College. Macon. Ga.
age of twelve or fourteen to take a po
i■ v %
sftion whe ehe will n ftjtO WBJW fi?j
dollars a week generally remains in
that position, while the boy who pre-
Severer in bis education arms himself
with that which no one can take from
him and which wh cb will eventually
command a salary which will repay
him for the time spent at school,
Ai a rule the boys a-e crowded out of
school because they can earn a tew dol
lars and the girls remain Hhtg enough
to acquire some useful knowledge. The
result o( thi* js that the boys are be
ing crowded out of portion- which the
girls are hiking on, account of superior
educa ion. ■
The school room is the best place
for boys until they are eighteen at
least and a good ihorongh course in
mathematics will not only Whsefulto
them in business but will broaden their
minde and enlarge their view* and fit
them for contact with tho world than
the II tie smattering of “buaioess''
they pick up a? errand boy around
It is writ lo know that DeWitP* Witch Hrziq
Salve Witt heal a burn, ami stop the rain at
once. It will ear* e*ccma and skin diseases
and ugly wounds and sores. It Is a certain
cure for pile*. Counterfeits may b* offered you
See that you get the original OeWltl's Witch
Haxet Sul re. W, J, Butts,
nBHRt get seared tf your heart troubles you.
Mostnkely you suffer from indigestion. ICodo*
Dyspepsia Cure digests what yon eat au<l gives
the worn out atomach perfect test. It is the
only preparation known that digests all clasaea
of food#; that is why it cure* the w-orat caeca of
Indigeetiou and stomach trouble after every
thing else ha* tailed. It may be takeu tn ail
condition* and cannot help but do yon good.
At, J, Butt*.
ALWAYB KEEP ON HAND
Thera Is no kind of pain
or ache, Intornal or extev- 1
nat, that Pain-Killer will
LOOK OUT ron IMITATIONS AND SUB
STITUTES, THt GENUINE BOTTLE
BEARS THE NAME,
PERRY DAVIS A BQN.
CONCERT IN THE PARK.
Al. G. Field’s Minstrel Band Will Give
One This A'ternoon.
A concert will be giyen in Hanover
park this afternoouat 8:30 by the excel
lent Al. G. Field Ureater M nstrcl com
The playing of the band, under th
leadership of Mr. Burt Culler, has cre
ated such favorable comment, that Mr,
Field ha- consented to the numerous re
quests. No doubt a large crowd will
attend and enjoy this treat.
Torturing akhi eruptions, burns and sores are
Hoothea aet once and promptly healed by apply
ing DeW let's Witch Hazel sal re,the beat known
cure for piles. Beware of worthless counter
felt*, rr. J Butts.
Those juror, who were in attends! ce
upon the city court when last recessed
and these whose names are as follows:
Wm. Nusbaum, Louis GUI, C, A. Clark,
R. M. McLaughlin, H. L. Dart, J. M.
Madden, Sr, B. P.%ipsey, Chris Arn
htlter, John Horring Davis, D. H. As
bell, W. J. Deters, W. D. Miller, E.
Bowen, Gee ThariD, J. A. Smith, J E.
Dart, T. K. Smith, John Summerlin, C.
W. Deming, D- A. Currie, P. Goette,
T. B. Goodbread, C. H. Leavy, G. P.
Jaques, Moses Daniels and A O Ander
son are hereby notified to be on band at
8.30 o’clock a. m., Monday, October 8.
lOOOi to proceed with the business before
Takg notice and govern yourselves ac
Judge City Court of Brunswick.
Dr. W. M. Lewis, Lawreuceville, V*, writes!
“f > ii -injr Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in my prac
tice among scvaralcose* ofind.ge.tion anil and
It an admirable remedy." Many bund rod a of
physician, deiwnd upon the use of KbdnJ I)j.
pep.la Cure in atomaeh trouble*. It digets
what yuu eat and allows you lo eat all the good
food yon need, providing you do not overload
yonrstomacb. Dives instant relief and a per
manent ears. W. J. Batts.
Thf editor of the Fardville, Ky„ Miscellan
eous, writes as a postscript to a business letter:
“1 wan cured of kidney tronblehy taking Foley’s
Kidney Cura,'’ Take nothing rlap. W. J. Units
Our Greatest specialist
For 20 years Dr. J. Newton Hatn
away ha* ao successfally Treated chronic
diseases that he Is acknowledged today
to stand at the head of hia , rofesaion in
this line. His exclusive method of
trenlment for Varicocele ano Stricture
without the aid of knife or cautery
cures in BO per cent, of ali cases, In
the treatment of loss of vital forces
nervous disorder*, kidney and urinary
complaints paralysis, blood poisoning,
rheumatism# catarrh and diseases pecul
iar to women, he is equally successful-
Dr, Hathaway's practice is more than
double that of any other specialist.
Cases pronounced hopeless by other
physicians, readily yield to his treat
ment. Write turn today fully about
yqur case He makes no charge for
consultation or ad vie*, either at hia of
fice or by mail.
j. newton Hathaway, m. and.
26 Bryan Street. Savannah, Q
a FOK BALE.
One tract of land contains 6 acres,
6 1-2 acres in fine cultivation with four
room dwelling, good stables fine fruit
trees and grape vibes, situatcd.on Gib
son creek, khown a* the Motts place
This Is a fine place for truck farming;
al*o for fishing and catching xodtalsing
terrapin. It is a mod pleasant and
healthy place to live and is protected
from all storms.
Also one tract of 15 acres fine land
with about SOO cords of wood and piling
on it, situated on the old Darien read
1 1-2 miles frotn Brunswick, a fine
place for a dwelling and a milt profit
able place for the wood and piling that
are on It: land goi.J for farming. Bee me
C. L. Parker,
Cor E and J sts. Brunswick, Ga.
Yes, August Flower still has the
largest sale of any medicine In the civ
ilized world. Your noth*** -ndrrand
tnotbera never though; of usiug any
thing else [for Indigestion or bilious
ness. Doctors were scarce and they
seldom beard of apendicitis, nervous
prostration, heart failure, etc. They
used August Flower to clean out the
syatren and stop fermentation of until
geflnd food, regulate the action of the
liver, stimulate the action of the ner
vous and organic system, and that is
ail they took when feeling dull and bad
with headache and other aches. You
only need a few doses of Green's Au
gust Flower, In liquid form, to make
you satisfied there Is. nothing serious
the matter [with you Sample bottles
at Butts drugstore or Brown Drug C
Should be in* every household mede
ofne chest. > It affords certain relief
has been sounded to ali man- N-TB *
kind—success unparalleled in f*
history of light beverages has every--
where marked the introduction of Y/jfIHHNI
so*gf, c A fm
“Kingof all Bottled Beers.- W |/H ,
it stands pre-eminent as the finest Is wk ~ „
bottled beer brewed in America, l| '
and leads ail others in annual j iWB
exportations to foreign countries, |yU. 'lf fJU
Brunswick Wholesale Wine auJ Liquor
* i-- q •
I? ** *? Pr*fHi Onm, Xutannae,' ' ' T
- fckw, GwtrJ Stare, m* krben
?**PW TS-y kart pair, ind jee alee*. an* life.
|i*w re&a#t JOe Barter what’* fh* wartar, m wil %
f? Te maple* uU ce tb++mm4 tra * \
c x .sss. sl
A NEW PLACE
TO BUY DRUGS.'
Smith’s Pharmacy, corner
Newcastle and Monk
it now well equipped with anew, fresh and
well !*el ietftd stock of pure
Drugs. Soaps Perfumes
and Ail To Set Articles
found in a first claa%t up-to-date! drug store
Your Prescription® will receive the personal
attention of a graduate in Pharmacy of many
years practical experience. You will save
money, get the beat attention and yonr
trade will be appreciated.
COR. NEWCASTLE AND MONK 3T9,
For All URINARY DISORDERS.
Or the moit Fatal and Frevalent of kit dia
ease* are thoee o it&e KIDWEYS.w
LIVER and BLADDER.!
The Kidneys are two little tievea through
which all of the blood n the body must past
i once tn every three minutes. In a HEALTHY
! condition they filter all impurities into the
PL A DDKR. thence out of the body. If DISEAtJ
j KD they clog aud swell, ueposiiitiag URIC ACID
I and other poison* into the ayntem, cauiH£*|
I dull pain*in the back, liilliou-dcoh Hhematia# m
[Gout, D ropey, Gravel, Painful and Froquet ■
Urination, Lom of Albumen (the life oasence'fl
and tin ail \ BRIGHT’S DISEASE and DEATHS
If you have any of the above symptoma
‘A ” TABLETS WILL DUREjtffl
Try ti tm and bee on-. inod. Koran
| J fc #* I < .1 .11 a! ••• II cud red- of
l anuot -c u Unfilled. I’.y mail
| or Add res*
BROWN DRUG COMP/ Pi,
B BUNBWICK, - - ioRGtIA
TO THE rtßiK.
Thi It to adviie th,.t B—hto jfcr
' .oth no pueengers will tWSrted on freight'
intins of the Flint Sjrt *.
I GEO. W. COATES, g
Diriiion PMwnger Agent. ™