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go away from home to have your EYES
treated and fitted with Glasses when
you can have the same JM&p '*£' here
just as accurately and got Is*
Sane Money |
and get just as strong guarantee We 51
refer you to any one who has Twins lit -5i
them with prescription lenses. If your S
Eyes trouble you in any way stall, call 51
on me and I will examine them FREE and 51
tell you what you need. We have glasses 51
from 25c up, and you don’t have to buy a
the expensive ones unless you want to. §
Examination ood Mion Fl.- 1
KENNON MOTT, |
Jeweler and Graduate Optician.
US Newcantlo .Street,
Inspector of Wetchee for Southern Hallway. Time by Wire flail, from Wauhlnglou 2
CHUE HALL. Propriet6f “
Youfcan get the best the market affords by eating hei*®
215 GRANT ST.
t-fP M. MOFFETT’S A Allap Irritation, Aids Digestion,
SI I tt IHIN/I JEsssss
Pl* / -*■_ (Teething Powders) JLJL TEETHINA Relieve the Bow>
Ejkfc Costs only 25 cents at Druggists, ""$Sv y
Or m U 86ctato to C. J. MOFFETT, M. 0.. ST. LOUiS.r
Skirts and Waists.
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1 he new shades in Flannel
• KStUBIKte t.
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Waists are in.
Lavender, Old Rose,
Blue, Red and Black.
$2.50 to $3.50.
Skirts in all grades, either
walking or regular lengths.
LEv Y ’ s
TEL BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL. OCTOBER 16, 1900.
TO HOLD IT
Simulation About Bis
WAS FOR IFF YEARS
But Order Reads for Two
Military Viess the
Jui' now tbe military boy* oi B'unr
w’ok and, in fact, ail df*r tbe *ist
are wondering wjietftrr or not Aijo
tant usneral Pat! G. Byrd wjii retain
fcrts reoeutly iaened commission for
oyer two weeks.
There is something of tbe myster
ious conceded witb tbe appointment,
and a bfstory of it„is intercting.
It will be remembertd that Gen.
Byrd bad many opponents. Ad of
tbem were knocked out by bis being
appointed. The order appointing him
read for “two weeks” but wben Gover
nor Cand'er issued bis eotnmisslon it
read for “three years.” Of couree
Gen. Byrd’s friends bere, and they
are many, *re deiigh’ed ‘.at bis Ap
pointment. They tbiirH Wfri now ha
hirlt, hi* good ftdiij.will
cause bim to serve the entire , three
Seme of tli’ newejjiaper m“n are
writing that a secret coiupaot e* ats
between Giv Candler and and
by wbic| |be clever AdjuUlfl (Lne-s!
A £ gw* -A,
is to resign ehorrly and gu'to South
Am*fo*, where his brother has a
fAfm, O'r. Byrd adntttt be' l going
to South America, but o.ye be will
only be sway one mculh on tbe trip.
Of oourse be could secure leers of ab
trouacffloiai duties (or this pe
riod, end thwapyaould be no need for
lit 111 to tHflftt. In support of thir
theory Gen. Byrd states that he has
bsen working for tins offi :e for tire
iyeare and would bavt* worktd ten
>hr- or a lifetime more, if neeesssry,
to hare secured It. Tuerefore, it seems
tbat be would not allow a sentiment
notion to guide him in resigning so
loon is bo got the office in tfi grasp.
The concensus of opinion in this'
■section is that the new Adjutant Gen
eral will “hold what he’s got," and if
bs does not there will be mauy warm
supporters of bim down this way who
will be sadly disappointed.
Gen. Byrd is accredited by Uioee who
know best, with haring made an ex
ceptionallj tine record as acting Adju
tant General during seine eighteen
months of the late lamented G ;nerai
Kell’s term, and tbia record now
stand* him in good stead. He was a
loyal friend to Got. Candler and it ie
not thought that the distinguished
chief executire would hare oommis
sioned him for three years if be bad
001 Intended for bim to bold it tbat
length of time.
The sentiment of tbe Brunswick end
Byrd’s support is decidedly
farorable to bis bolding on to tbe of
floe and not gire it up until bis three
year commission expiree, and this is
wbat be will probably do. There are a
lot of men in who want the
office, betas it is not to go to an old
Veteran, tbe Governor oouid not bare
done better than appoint bis deroted
friend, PJbU G. Byrd.
CITY NEWS NOTES
A Days Doings as Gathered hy The
MATTERS PERSONAL AND GENERAL
BRIEF STATEMENTS OF THE MANY
THINGS THAT MAKE UP THE
BUSY ROUND OF LIFE-
Mr, 8. P. Watson, of Atlanta, was in
the rily yarlerdsy.
Mr. E. H. Crawley, of Waycroaa, was
lc tbe city yesterday,
Mr. C. B. Coatee, ot Macon, is regis
tered at the Oglethorpe.
Mr. J. A. Foiler, of St. Simon, sp-nt
yesterday in the city,
'Mjr. K - S'- King, of Atlanta, was
aoittsgfciiie amrai* at tbo Oglethorpe
yesterd* , *■ ; ”~%2
Mr. W, C, St, Glair, representing
Gentry’* dog and pony ehow, Was in the
Hor.ce Cadone a negro well known
in Brunswick, died Sunday and was
Svit rbeum, witb its burning, sting
ing, a inging sensaMoo, is due to poor
blood, and is cured by Hood’* Sarsa
parilla, tbe great blood purifier.
TO CUBA A COLD Ilf ONE DAY
Take Laxative Biomo Quinine Telitete. At
drusglaUrefund tire money it it faiU.to cure.
K. W. krttti(tn*iure la on each bo*. Sic.
Grand Millinery opening next Tues
day And Wednesday, October 23 end
24, at Mis* KsteSiateiV
-ft**...- i TT— SSSB
Ftmllne fo*f*> and 4*mtstie suitings
at Winter’s. >-
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tl.-a. and Millinery opening next J ue*#.
dsy %*d flVudnei-day, Gatober 23 an A
34, at. Mlfse Kate Sister’*.
Talk about fun, but yiu will sure
JMt year sides laughing at the old 1
mSatds Friday, Oat. 4W-.li, R Urmea-p
Artn.ry. Admission iiScts.
Grand Mllltnery opening next Tues
day and Wednesday, October 23 and
24, at Miss Kate Stater’e.
A good time for all at the opening
of JUHVie May's Columbia, luu'ght.
Money loaned on personal
property -ad roal estate. Ap*
ply to J. W. Wattcioh.
A Savannah oreij-aatra will tut-oisK
music-at the epeming of Stf.
May’s new saloon, the Corarabla, to
JSfCond hand household
furniture bought and sold;
also piano?, organs,-tnnUtS,
mirrors, carpets,.'etc- J.
Large Oval Cans
G. W. HARPER,
> OLD FASHIONED
Molasses Candy: (
“As Ever Unexcelled.’’ 10 Cents.
W J BUTTS, The .Druggist.
“On the Corner.”
BROWN DRUG COMPANY’S^
stock of Drugs and Druggists -fiindries is
complete and we sell at the lowest prices
possible for pure drugs.
are competent men and men of moral and
temperate habits. All we want to prove
to you the above assertion is a fair trial,
BROWN DRUG CO.
w- u .
Mf^rr(SfL Summer _
x Bargains TN
A clearance sale to make room for new goods.
I I’arlor t-ult, !’* pieces, vrurth
1 Oak Refr'g-raror, worth S2O, nnwfln.
1 Oik B>cd Kuom Hone, 8 piece.*, worth $25, now $lB liijPi: JjPj
Bed Loung-s, worth flfl, now sl2. Qp'
Centre Tablet so cents to SC.
£oe Cream Frreiers worth $2.50 at $1.98. By-'. HI
A large assortment of Sideboards, JCupboards BP
and Chairs. JK’ **)
Prices Below the Market, jfcpi
S. McSARVEY. pit
LOOK THE WORLD OVER
AND YOT CAN’T BEAT
CREAM OF -KENTUCKY
SI.OO PER QUART ; $4.00 PER GALLON.
*=—— N °T MADE BY A-.TRUST’
I- Trager & Cos„ Independent Distillery
Exclusively in Braunswick by k
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