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You have Watches, Clock
orj Jewelry broken, bning
them to me and I will
put them in first
at the very lowest prige
consistent with carefulrflrst
class work. Our 20 years’
experience fit us for the finest
and most difficult jobs.
All work is fully guaranteed.
We also fit Glasses to any and all Eyes, and
guarantee a perfect adjustment.
We carry a fine line of Jewelry and Silverware
of all kinds, and your
- ' inspection. _
, JeweleV and Graduate Ontioian.
115 Newcutle Street,
I ii spec tor o t Watches tor Southern Railway. Time t,y Wire dally from
CHLHE HALL, Proprietor
You'can get the best the market affords by eating here
215 GRANT BT.
m MOFFETT’S A Allays Irritation, Aids Digest^
IPjKH V f B Irrr dill n Regulates the Bowels, '
l", I I" I* I H I At /1 Strengthens the Child,
W3r J f LL I 111 II h\ #*k Teething .Easy.
Costs only 25 cents at Druggists, any aoe.
j&K&v or rn>l 4.-.0.UU10 c. a. MOFFETT, M. 0./st. touia,r-
Skirts and Waists.
The new shades in Flannel
. . - in m u'mu ii
'.waists are in.
Lavender, Old Rose,
Blue, Red and Black.
$2.50 to $3.50.
Skirts in all grades, either
walking or regular length^lpr
THE BKUNSWICX TIMES-CALL, OCTOBEiI 13, 1900,
_ a a.. the Wood i*
pol,tried aa tli system thoroughly con-
tb ** Wearily virulent poison.
Then a sore or ulcer appears on some
part of the body; it may be email and
harmless looking at first, but as the can
cerous cells form and are deposited by
the blood near the sor3, it increases in
size and seventy, with sharp shooting
pains. No matter how often the sore is
removed by the surgeon's knife or flesh
destroying plasters, another comes and is
worse. The real disease iain the blood,
and the treatment must begin there. The
poisoned blocd must be invigorated and
purified, aud when lhi3 is done cancerous
cells can no longer form and the sore will
heal naturally ana permanently.
Sir*. Sarah M. X&<tfUng,
atrWindaor Ave.. grfctol,
Tctia.i vrritea: "l am 41 GfcZ, A
yc#r pro. and for ihrec jk ¥*§
yearn had with a
•event for .* of Cencef on C?t
my )aw. which thegfoetprs k
aniii wai Incurable, and
that I could noMire more ’ ft, rfWj-i 4 r'v
GkinfiU niomhs. I accept- ffyM&jzi J
ecUhctr t>uum**tr a* true.
tad had np *ll hope 7/i %1
of ever iq&ig v ell again
when try know
log of ui/condition ncorn
njfuaed B.g. 8. After tak- *
* ing a few bottles the aore
bwaa to heal, to tba awrpriMt of the physWana,
and in ft short timemade a compfete cure. I hive
gained iu fl<h mjr appetite is splendid, sleep i
rtrfTeshiag -in tact, it in enjoying perfect IvTalth.**
ARk overcomes this de-
K/w structive poison and
removes, every vestige
[h-JP of if from the system,..
W makes new.'TTCn'bioojC
strengthens the body and builds up the
general heaJtfc- "
If you have a suspicious sort, or have in
herited auy blood taint, send for our free
book on Cancer, and write to our medical
department for any information or advice
wanted ; we make no charge for this ser
vice. Your letter will receivs prompt and
careful attention, and will be held in
strictest confidence. •v , e- - O
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QASH IN ADVANCE
- Ajl vertiwroenu ufthis column will bo insert
ed at the uniform rate of One Cent a Word for
each Insertion. No advertisement, however
mall, less than to i *pi4, y ash la advance.
WANTED—To buy* a goed horse.-
Address A, care this office.
FOR room cottage.
Apply to 204 Howe street.
ypll uEnT— My cottage at Hlil'n-
U>h Streev|j,jM(i;fera l„a.provemttfe. Ap
ply to J. D #
MIR RENT. —Six-room, oue-sto#/
oottags, street. Apply lo W.
l.s*., i JA ,—g— _
Colored uutn, sober and
trustworthy, to-prepare for traveling.
fs#a month kt*d alyaxpensrs to begin.
I’lease eno losif Self-s if dressed envelope.
IfrijsldeDt Afscilrady, 356 Dearborn,
- Hustling young man can make SftO
per monlb and expense., Permanent
■\josition. Experience unnecessary.
Write quick for partioulars, CiatkA
O’o., 4th & Locus Street#, rhiladei
WANTED.—Coriattan man or wo-1
man willing to qualify for permanent
position of trust, here or in home
county. S9OO yearly. Enclose self
addressed stamped envelope to Secre
tary, care of Timks-Caix.
FOR SAl'E.—Hillery Island, sit
uated on Turtle river, containing 32 1 , 2
anree of b'gh laud, suitable for truck
ing or poultry reieing; shout 15 acres
cleared; good flsbiog and oyster beds
around the island. Also, Island View,
oontaiug 50 acres, more or less, situ
ated on tiibsnn and Pervisea creek',
six acres of which is under new wire
fence; 75 to 100 pear trees, and Im
provements on tame. For further in
formation, apply to F, Jes. Doerflm
ger, 316 l oion street.
Large Oval Cans
G. W. HARPER,
First Meeting Was Held
FAROE AUDIENCE PRESENT
Rev. W. FT. McMeen, of
A Urge congregation waa present
last night to witness the opening ex
ercise* of Savannah Presbytery a
After-satnr inspiring nano by a
splendid choir, the audience listened
with rapt attention to a beautiful, elo
quent and forceful sermon by Dr.
Eel# of Savannah, on "The Symbolism
of.the Pillar of Cloud."
Presbyrery was then organised and
| dalefates enrolled. Only two absentee*
were noted among the minister*, but
quite a number among the delegates
from the various ohurebea. Some will
ooma in today.
R;.*v. W, H. McMeen, of Flemington,
was unanimously elected moderator,
and received from Rev, W. F. Hol-
lingsworth, the retiring moderator,
"the gavel as symbol of authority.
The houra fixed for the business ses
sions is from 9 o'clock a. m. to 1 p. m.,
,frpm 3 to 5 or 0 in the afternoon, with
a abort business session after the
preaching service each evening.
Rev, O. ,C. Carson of Valdosta, one
ef the atrongsst preachers in the
Presbjt'ry, will preach tonight. Ser
vices will begin at 7:45.
By reasoc’of the prospicl of bad
weather, the pastor announc'd last
night that the biat excursien U:b
bad been arranged for this afterroor,
would be postponed-rnftil Monday.
At that time the Pzesbytery will he
eotertaioed by a trijvto Jskyl and St.
Ail the e#eion* of Preebytery,
whether of adevo'iopal or boeiness
obarteter are op,n to the public, and
the people are invited to me
evening servtne, (for which the choir
has arranged *me g<fad mu<ip.
OFF FOR PRESBYTERY.
• Ptrtbyterisn Minister* Lesre Tb'A
Afternoon For Brunswick.
Tbe Siranoah Press of yesterday,
“This afternoon at 3:25 o'clock Rer.
W. A. Nesbitt, pastor of tbe Andersen
Street Presbyterian church: R*y. A.
J. Smith, pastor of the First Presby
terian church, and Rer. James Y.
Fair, pallor of the Independent Prea
bytsrian obnrob, left for Brunswick,
wbere they will attend the session of
the Presbytery that is to meet in that
city tomorrow. Mr. A. 8. Macksyof
tbe Anderson street church, will at
tend as an elder, and Mr, H. F. Train
will go, representing tbe First Pres
byterian church in a similar capacity.
Or, Fair will preach tbe opening ser
mon t< morrow, but will retnra to tbe
oity on Sundsy and fill bis pulpit bare
on that day. Mr. Smith and Mr. Ms
bet will remain in Brunswick through
Disinfect Your Homes.....
-Choloro - Naptholedm,
A Safegua and to Disease.
We Sell in Anv Quantity.
W J BUTTS, The Druggist.
“On tii© Corner.”
if YOD LOOKING Ed TROUBLE ?
We are sure we are not and what is more we want to make as little
for you as possible and to th u ,nd w make it a rule to sell drues and
chemical* tnat are the p.irest obtainable at the fair.st prices By so
doing we save you ruun ng a mile or so out of your way to obtain some
ihing better elsewhere. We are in a position to demonstra'o tee truth
of our assertion by any fair trial.
HE IS A WISE MAN
Who judges goods on the r m<= its entirely and net by what is said of
them. What we say about c < drugs and druggists' sundries. We say
<or J l , hß , cxp / esßpDrposeofb&vin 8 People inquire into our statements
and judge for themselves as t-> tuc merits of the articles in question
Our policy is to invite inspection at all times. We don’t care who
avoids it, we are always plea*rd to face ihe issue and stake our renuia
tton on our ability to prove the superiority of our goods.
a(,kn for Nunnally’s Candies
jjjkj? Bargains in
A clearance sa'e to make room for new goods.
I Parlor Suit, 5 pieces, worth S4O, now *29.
l Oak fWrtg-wror, worth S2O. now sls.
1 Oak Bsd Rocu Sui'e. 3 piece,, worth $515, now $!8 frtt*
Bed Lonng-s, worth sl6, row sl2. fcjg ijjjyJlt. .
Centre Tab‘e. 53 cen's << $6.
Ice Cream Frei“rs worth $2 .50 at $1 98. !
A large assortment of Sideboard*. Cnpboards l||£ JjM
Prices Below the Market. ]pp|l?
LOOK THE WORLD OVER
AND YOT CAN
CREAM OF KENTUCKY
SI.OO PER QUART; $4.00 PER GALLON.
NOT MADE BY A TRUST*
I. Tragec & Cos., Independent Distillers.
Sold Exclusively in Braunswick bv