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First Gathering at the School
All Officers Were Elected
and Assistants Ap
The first meeting of the Excelsior
Literary Society for this term was held
at the Mansfield street school bui ding
at noon yesterday.
The meeting was called to order by
Willie Bailey, who was ihe president
at the close of school in June.
The first business was the election
of officers, which resulted as follows:
President —Willie Bailey.
Vice President—Call Btumgartner,
Assistant Secretary—Minnie Marks.
A motion was then car
ried that some of the jnoney now In
the treat y should be expended .in
new hooks for the library and im
provements on the stage.
After the following appointments
l-y the president, the society adjourned,
to meet on Friday, Oct. 26:
Chairman o? 'Program Committee—
Mrs, It, L. Parker.
Librarian—Beulah El ten wood.
Reporter for the Timks-Call-Clare
MILLIONS GIVEN AWAY.
It is certaitn; gratify irg tothepub
lic to know of one concern in the land
who are not afraid to be generous to
the needy and suffering. The pro
prietors of Dr. King’s New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Guide,
have given away over ten million trial
bottlee of this great medicine, and
have tbe satisftetiun of knowing it
bse absolutely cured thousands of
hopeless cases. Asthms, Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, and all diseases of.be
Tbroar, Cheat and Lung', srstuie'y
cured by it, tall c.n ail druggists, and
get a free trial buttle. Regular iac
60c. and $l. Every bottle guaranteed,
or price refunded, 4^.
We are always promt of
cur butter and cheese at
Harper’s, the Hustler.
To Su p a OmW.
Alter expoauro or when you feel i\ eold corn
irjc on take h do* eof JTotov’a Money and Tar.
Jt never f Us to Ftoy a cold If taken in lime. W
J. Butte. v
M°ney loaned on personal
property and real estate. Ap*
ply to J. W. Wat Kins. .&■
When you can’t find what
you want riny up Harper,
Pri f. I' rst> r, the origins) Afnc"!)
tirf-vater, wl‘ givs a pei forniA’cs at
Dart t halt on' Wt dnrsday, Oc’.lS,
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
America** lirvatcHt Medicine.
Absolutely pure; contains no Fusel 911;
Gentlemen—l had n cough for three y*r*, effect*
tf grip and not lak'iig jm>|>cr care of my*<*H. In
-April I became *o weak 1 wa* uuulik to work. 1
ww examined by two ihyKiann, wlto told me l had
bronehltl*. very had. They tithictcd me to nee Duffy's
Pure Matt Whiskey but 1 w# *o hitter agataat wlu*-
key that 1 would not content, By Attgui t )*t 1 had
none so far a* to be unable to get my breath, ex
cept with difficulty was very low. 1 thought I
could not H e lunch longer. Our old pbywiciai),
Dr. T. \V. Campbell, of Energy, B. v. t examined my
lung*, told me the right one was very bad and the
keft one but a trifle better, but that I had enough
tuiip* left to live a good while \ i if I would take
plenty of Utiff>' Pue Malt Whiskey, and tak# it
regularly. By thla time 1 wna willing to do any
thing for relief. 8o the dear old man, though he
la not a whiakey doctor, ordered me to begin at
©**3t%i>v!*h two table*;Hwnf.\l* ns a, dose every two
btca' w. i'>if md light. I did si, and fir mediately
f to hnr .ove, and n-w, btx weeks from that
time, f car breathe almost as well a I ever could,
and Dr. t\ *y* mv lung* an* healed, wrrert one
Ml j*lace in the rijtil lung, and that the cavitWa are
I do not know whether God 1s going to let md
set well or not, but 1 hmnbly trust He will, and I
behove that, under God, Jour Whiskey ha* saved
lay life thus Tar, and If T had begun a year ago I
would have been cured by this time.
KespsctfttHy, Mrs. H. K. BIDDLE, Zeno, 8. C.
Ar. Abr oiutsfy Purs Stinuh nt and Tonic.
Daly whiakey taxed by the Government aa a med-
Mse. All <lruirr'Mi and fn.< n. or Greet tn plain
package*, gt.( abotUr; MtxiUid Boo'. s*u.t fits.
Butty Malt Whiskey BochrMrr X. Y
Mrs. J. S. Kajmjnd ana Mas.er Don,
have returned from a summer in Yar
Mr. and Mrs, Jla.lmU and little
Master Aust n Mallard, of New York,
are located at the Oglethorpe, and wilt
make Biucswlck the!" home.
Mies Dahigreu, of Yarmouth, is the
charm inn and attractive gueat of her
sister, Mrs. J. S. Raymond.
Miss Margaret Symons has accepted
a position iu Miss Gale’s school.
Mr. J. E. Morgan ha* returned from
a visit to his honre'^Kr
AT THE OGLETHOKVE.
E<l I,o*, Macon: .1. Cornell, Balti
more, J. 11. Evan?, Macon; B. B.
Strait, T. L. Burton, T. C. Deesc,
Piant System; R. G. Johnson. Atlas’s;
A. L. Atwood, W. F. Sherman, Savan
nab; A. A. Goldsmith, Milwaukee; J,
jC'Falr, Savannah: W, E. Hixon, Lum
ber City; W. H. M.rtin, New Ycri.i
J. B. Curtis, Finchburg.
There is s fascination slum t big profit, to s
business man. Bat tbe conservative and cau
tions tradoFprefcrs to have tbe lesser per cent,
of interest and the larger per cent, of safety in
bis investments. There Is no business man who
wonld not consider It a sound proposition to In
vest in an enterprise In which absolute loas
was impossible and which oll'eted ninety-eight
chances In a hundred of a rich profit. The sM('„
tlstics of cures effected by Dr. Tierce's Golden”
Medical Discovery Show per
cent, of eases of “weak lungs” ban be absolutely
cured. Almost if not all forma at physical
weak ness may be traced to starvation. Starva
tion saps the stresiglh. The body is Just ss
much starred wbeu the stomach cannot extract
nutrition from the food it receives os when
there is no food. “Weak tongs,” bronehtal af
fections. obstinate oonghs, call for nourishment '
“Golden Medical Discovery’' supplies that
nourishment in Its most condensed and aaefcn
fisble fortu. It makes “weak lungs" strong, by
strengthening tbe stomach and organs at diges
tion which digest and distribute the food and
by increasing the supply of pure blood. _
Try a can of veal fHf.
beef loaf, ham loaf or cottafe’
loaf, fresh, at Harper’s,, the
Hustler. ■ ■ _ £
Dr. vT. H. Lewi*, LMVMMVifIa, Vs, writes;
**! am mlag Rodof in my
tiee among several or inti gesttyn and find '
it 'diutrftblo remedy.” Many htmdrrds of
phygiciaus depnnd wpon the uae of Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure in stomach trouble. It digests
what you at and allows you to eat, all tbe good
food yon providing vou do not overload
your stomach, spive* instant relief and a per
manent cure. W. J. Hut's. #
Gardi yellow yams, 2<X
peck, at Harper’s, the Hustler-
WORKING NIGHT AND DAY.
busiest ami mightiest llttl* thing
th*t .ver was tnC i Dr. liirg's No*
Life V'llfc. Evsry pill is c
coati*J globule if bt-ttlih, that ohm ae
weakness into strength, militates*
in’o energy, brain-fag into mental
imwi-r. They’re womterful in budd
ing up ihe health. Only 2501’*. Dee
bottle. SclJ by al drugg'U.
Don’t be deceived or hnmbngged by peop.
w lio el atm tbedUcovcrr of some hltberio on
known herb or root in swamp* or on some
mountain or prairie tor the cure of kidney and
blndder troubles. Any doctor or druggist w ill
tell you that such claims or fraudulent, goley’s
Kidney Cure simply contains rym d.esthat are
recognized'ey the most sktiftfl physician, a.
best for these complaint*, so ’si credulous
ortoolish IV. J. Hutu.
Kt-na Ki na.-Qutuine im a taswlese form,
without affecting Its medicinal
with usotanllid and iron. Just Ihethiug for
children, flcsessit to take. e abrttl* 'or
tale by W. J. ButtP,
Bears tbs •’I"S
bigastcre , /f , v f
: ! 1 'j
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL OCTOBER 13, 1900
A Noted Boston Woman Describes
its Symptoms and Terrors.—Two
Severe Cases Cured by Lydia E.
Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound.
11 1 ——i.l |J .. . .'i11.., | .1..! 11. r
isn’t a well inch in my body. I honestly believe my lungs
are diseased, my chest pains me so, but I have no cough. I
am so weak at my stomach, and have indigestion terribly, and
palpitation gi the heart; am losing flesh; and this headache
and backache nearly kills me,, and yesterday I had hysterics.
“ There is a weight in the lower part of my bowels, bearing
down all the time, with pains in my groins and thighs I
can’t or sit, and blue —oh goodness! lam simply
the rmjet miserable of women.”
%4b a, most vivid description of a woman suffering with
prostpktion, caused by inflammation or some- other
‘diseased condition of the wqjnb.
Jso woman should allow herself to reach such a perfection
of misajy when there is no need of it. Read about Miss
\Vuliaitosen’s case and how she was cured.
Two Bad Oases of Nervous Prostration Ouredm
splS. PINKXIAM ; I
was suffering- such tortures
from nervous prostration that
|&fe was a burden. I could
not sleep at all, awl was too
’weak to walk across the floor..
My heart was affected so t hai v
often I could not lie down at
all without almost suffocating.
I took Lydia E. Pinkham’s
Vegetable Compound and it
worked like magic. I feel that
your medicine has been of in
estimable benefit to me.”
Mists. A DELE WIIXIAMSON,
106 X. Boulevard, Atlanta. 13a.
0b m tdk REW \ KT>. —We Lave deposited with the National CHv B&nk cf Lynn. ffiftiO,
* v kllilfil which will be paid to any ftor*ut wh* can find thatt h oaV> r et*' £ t.fPl l-tzars
knimHl are not genuine. or were published Letafe tbtai:,ing rlx*
VV VVV Oii**ion. LVDIA K. VI KHA>I- MKI.ICiNL CO.
Restore Vitality, Lost Vigor and Maciood
Cure Impotency, Night "Emissions, Loss of Mem.
orv, all wasting dise;Lso*,jr—~•
jflppfn all effect* of smf-abnse or Ct
IlCLJeioeM *tod iudi?cretion. V
WSv** vv A terve tonic and PILLS
*l* blood builder. Brings
I jjt pink glow to pnle
checks and restores ihft *+* “
*f youth, lly mail CTS
per box. 0 boxes for ■ •
12-50, with our bankable graurantco to core
or refund the money paid. Send for circular
and copy of our baakablc guarantee bond.
Nervjta Tablets ™- R l^
Jbsttively ffuarantee<l cure for Lo*s of Power,
VariooceMs Undeveloped or Shrunken Organs,
Pare*!*, Locomotor Ataxia, Nertou* Prxwtra
tloo, Fit*, Insanity, Pardßv si* and the
Uaeof Tobncdb, Opium or
LMnofr By mail in plain package. SI.OO a
oox, 6 fir *5.00 with our bankable gmar
tntae bond to cure In 30 days or refund
B&oney pakL Address
_ NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Canton & Jackson Sts, CHICAGO, ILL.
For sale by Brown Drug
Cos , Brunswick, Ga.
302* Newcastle St.
CIGARS AN I>. TOBACCO
lei fCfm fei Simt Car, Kill Tub I
leu Wile: Ctc M
All Kiodi oftCkody.
“I had nervous prostration
terribly, caused by female
weakness. I suffered every
thing; was unable to eat,
sleep, or work. After a while
I was induced to try Lydia E.
•Pin kham’s Vegetable Com
pound, and I really began to
improve -on taking the first
bottle. I continued to take
the .medicine, a ®4 .am now
bettet in every vvAy. and feel
like a different person. lam
simply a well woman.”
* Mbs. Dei.i.a KeisEß,
Rainy Day Hats.
The very best of the favored fbaptw are
shown in ocr a^*ortment.
Triaad vJ. Untrimmed felt Hats
In a variety of thapes, tylea and color*.
Wbe have bought and ma le them op to sell
to those who desire aervieetble, yet
pretty; good, but low priced.
These are right and priced right.
MISS KATE SLATES,
604 GLOUCESTER ST..
1 --—i—a "m-gg.i ai
CHANGE or SCHEDULE
Trmu ST leares Brim-wick t 8 nt.
Ti‘D?9 leaves Bruuwic!> 5 45 p. m
Tfkio 90 arrives Hruo-vrick 10 a. tn.
Train S8 arr vrr B:uem*:c 6 f. 00.
WINE OF CARDUI
A SURE MEDICINE.
Hudmh, Vi., Dec. at. : ■
I hire been inSerlng from limit week- vHßftg
ness for four yean, end here teken many V
medicines, but Wine of Cardui and B?ack- * r T # |
Draught have done more forme than any* f y
thing elee. ~ (
MBS. CAROLINE EVANS. VLr —
WineTCard" 1 "
It is a mistake to take any and every kind of medicine when you are
Sick. There is danger in it. Most of the so-called cures for “ female
weakness” do nothing more than deaden the pain temporarily, and when
the effect wears away the patient is weaker and sicker than before. It is
never wise to take chances. You have only one life, and that is dear and
precious. If you have any pain, ache, disorder or weakness in the femi
nine organs, nothing wUI help you like Wine of Cardui. It helps do
away with morning sickness during the early stages of pregnancy, and
modifies the pains of childbirth; recovery is rapid and future health is
assured The Wine is purely veg-
being made of whose waotmiit?' 1 '
medicinal properties directly i For advice in eases requiring •pect&i
-appn -of womanhood
It is a long-tried remedy, and has j ■much* co, cbaitanooga, im.
many years of success behind it It
is sure. Why take a chance medicine when you can get a sure medicine?
Druggists sell Large Bottles'for $l.OO.
WINE OF CARDUI
y -< -i
TT *” ■*.> DrvggWt., flnon. KwMraMo.
Umm. lfm-Stud., Gmctol Stan, tmi ILrb.n
ewx, •!*. tm4 mi., lit.
2“ fkn. nfrfl K. uur .hat 1 , tb. wmr. *, Ml
* PS Tim npln u 4 m iVnuf mil
Wm.nSZ fhmtmi <£![ 5., SuS'
W H. BOWEN. J. N BKADT.
BOWEN & BRADT,
Of Stone- Brick and Freme Building
Manufacturers of Cement, TUe and Artificial Sfoue.
Coal and Wood, Brick,
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths.
Phone 18 525 Bay St.
MciiN mi lip
- V , , Wh-n tl. liquids cotc from our
- ... jv"* t-ek. We ott .uch fiui due oi
ines and Liquois
i’ *•" i *J9‘ lbs; ttais impu-isiblß to fi-id a binud
' V ' i -fJ| whicbT* no' I leasing in tome po nt,
'WE sf ' .• These eoocls are lull.v mstufed,
Hlm* hove a flue rich hotly rnd mellow
'sJwfk//ll Eaceilet t l< r fan ly or ray uao.
R - V- DOUGLAS.
V vs 206 Bay Sired.