BIG CUT RATE SALE.
OUR STOCK MUST GO--EVERYTHING AT COST
Men’s Yici Kid Bals at 2.50 jflßf JfTlpii
Men’s Tan Vici Bals at 2.25 if
Ladies Ultra Boots at ITT 2.75 ’ill I
Kid Lace Boots at ....... r\*v 2.25
Ladies’Kid Button Boots at T.T 22?
Ladies’Paten| Leather French Heel Ties at 2.75
A LARGE LINE OF MISSES’ AND M I
CHILDREN’S SHOES AT COST. j
?ALMER SHOE COMPANY.
116 Newcastle Street.
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CASH IN ADVANCE,
Advertisements in this column will be insert
*d at the nnitorm rate ol One Cent a Word for
each Insertion. No advertisement, however
stall, lose than 50 cent*. Cash In advance.
FOB KENT.—Furnished rooms at
405 G street, near center of the city.
Excellent winter rooms.
407 G Good location, modern
improvements. Apply on premises.
Morphine, opium, laudanum,cocosine
habit; myself cuted. will inform you ol
harmless, permanent home cure, Mary
S. Baldwin, box 1212, Chicago.
DISSOLUTION.—The firm of DevT
ris & Levadas, composed of P. Deva
ris and S. Levadas, is dissolved by
mutual consent. P. Devaris will con
tinue the grocery business at the old
LOST.—Near the intersection of
Newcastle and Gloucester streets, one
gold broocbe with amethyst setting.
The tinder will be rewarded on return
ing the same to cliloe of theTiWKs-
Hustling young man can make (CO
per month and expenses, Permanent
position. Experience unnecessary.
"Write quiok for particulars, Clark A
Cos., 4th & Locus Streets. Philadel
WANTED. —Christian man or wo
man willing to qualify for permanent
position of trust, here or in home
■county. (900 yearly. Enclose self
addressed stamped envelope to Secre
tary, care of Timbs-Caix.
HELP WANTED—MALE,-Old es
tablished mercantile house, extending
■business in this section, wants to ar
range with capable man, of Merest
habits, to manage branch. Salary,
SISOO yearly. Extra commissions.
Must furnish (800 and satisfactory
references, “Opportunity. - ’ Drawer
74, New Haven, Conn. 11-18
WANTED.—Colored lady to prepare
for traveling. Salary and experses,
to begin. Deferences. Send self
addressed envelope for reply. Presi
dent Mcßrady, 3EG Dearborn, Chicago.
""RESPONSIBLE WOMEN can add
easily to their income by earning a
commission, and also an opportunity
to share in cur distribution of $17,600
in cash, by taking subst/iptious for
the Delineator. No ou’fit required.
Costs only a postal card to enable vou
start. Address Butterick Publishing
Cos., Dept. D, 17 West 13th st., New
York. References: Any banker ex
press agent | WSk K2KS2
Norwich street, cor. Albemarle. Apply
next door, or to ’Phone 102.
WANTED.— Reliable colored man to
prepare tor traveling position. SSO
monthly and expenses; promotion;
permanent; refsrencea required. En
closed self-addressed envelope for re
pty. Secretary Card, 35G Dearborn.
Chicago. ’ — '
A BONA FIDE BALAKY~SI2
WEEKLY.—Men and women to ap
point agents and represent us—some
to travel, others for local work. |l2 ;
weekly salary and expenses. Old es
tablished house, pleasant, permancat
position; rapid advancement and in>-
orease of wages. Write ai once, Ad
dress Butler & Aldger, Dept. E, New
Haven, Conn, 11-13
A FOR SALK,—Hiliery Island, sit-
on Turtle river, containing
wires of high land, suitable for truck
ing or poultry raising; about 15 acres
cleared; good fishing and oyeter beds
around the Island. Also, Island View,
oontaing 50 acres, more or less, situ
ated on Gibson and Pervises oreeks,
six acres of which is under new wire
fence; 75 to 100 pear trees, and Im
provements on same. For further in
formation, apply to K, Jos. Doerflin
ger, 31G Union street.
WHY rH BACKACHE?
I have suffered several years with
backache, and after taking one bottle
of Smith’s Sor.i Kidney Cure, I hare
been cured. Since then, I have rot
been troubled with my buck. Too
much- cun not be said in its praise.
Capt. Wm. Forreet, Memphis, Tenn
Price 50 cents. For sale by all drug
It Happened in a Drug Store.
•‘One day last winter a lady came to my drug
store and asked for u brand <f cough medicine
that I did not have in stock,” gays Mr. C. ft.
Grandin, the popular druggist of Ontario, N.V.
“She was disappointed and wanted to know
wtmt cough preparation I could recommend, I
said to her that I could freely recommend
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and that She
could take a bottle of the remedy and after
giving it a fair trial if she did not find it worth
the money to bring back the bottle and I would
refund the price paid. In the course of a day
or two the lady came back in company with a
friend In reed of a cough medicine- and advised
her to buy a bottle of Chamberlain Cough
Remedy. I consider that a very good recom
mendation for the remedy.” The tWlm-dy owes
its great popularity and extensive sale In a
1 large mea- re to the personal recommenda-
I tlons of people who have W-an cured by its use.
jlt is for sale at I>r. Bishor.’u ’gatore.
j It is exasperating to one who knows Foley’s
Honey and Tar, and knows what it will do, to
have a dealer recommend something as
; “just the same,” or “just as good” for colds,
coughs, croup, la grippe, etc. W. J. liuttß.
THE BRUNSWICK LIMES-CALL. OCTOBER 28. IJ JO
SOCIETY N EWS.
The M aeon ,X airgraph of Friday
“Tbe marriage oT Miss Dttie.v JcMr,
to Mr. R. C. soc a^
event In Wacou y<
ed at the First Baptfgjr, church at
o’clock and was performed by Rev. J.
L. Whito, tbe pustor.
.There were three- couple* and four
usfcer* oomprlsiug the following ng I
people: Misses Evelyn Jeter, maid of
boooT,Margaret Corbin and May Mura-,
ford. Mr. Sam Corbin, best man,
Elton Adams and Ed McKenzie,Messrs,
Will Butler, George Rowell, Vassar
Pddrfqk and Harry Frapklln, ushers.
The church was prettily decorated
with palms and ferns and the party en
tered in tbefollowlng order: The ush
ers, Mr. Will McKenzie with Mits
Mumford, Mr. Addrna with Miss Cor
bin, aud the bride with Miss Evelyn
Jeter. Tbe groom, with bis best man,
entered from tbe rear and mot the
bride lofore the aliar, where they
weio made man and wife in tbe simple
The bride was handsomely gowned
in a light blue traveling costume and
her msids in pink organdy, each carry
ing a bouuquet of pink roses. Mrs.
Everett played the wedding march.
Immediately af er the ceremony the
oride and groom repaired to the home
ot tht bride and left on the 11.20 train
Mrs. Corbin is the daughter of Mr.
William Jeter of this city
and a young lady of rare beau’y and re
finement. Mr. Corbin is ouo of the
promising young business men of Ma
con. Tbe couple will make their home
Miss Lollie Morgan is quite ill to
tbe regret of friends.
J-* Wednesday, Oct; JTfet, will be All
nallow’a Eve, or as it is more com
monly known, Hallowe’en. Tbe cus
tom of keeping Hallowe'en is a sur
vival Uf different superstitions and
peiigious ritbs. We trace ita origin
>' to mythology ; there it appears as a
Pagsn festival and later as a Christian
day of prayer and vigil before the feast
of All Saints’, which falls on the first
of November, and is celebrated in the
Catholic eburob as a dty commemo
rating acts .of the early Christians,
who were martyred for the sake of
Christianity, The use of apples and
other fruits for the purpose of testing
the future—a rite observed by the
young people—is probably a revival
of the custom of the early Romans of
making offerings to Potnpona,. the
goddess of fruit and sseds, on that day
when tbe stores laid by in the rummer
were opened op for winter use. Less
religions eqntiment towards the day is
now observed than formerly existed.
It is generally made an occasion for
unique and interesting entertain
ments. Young ladies desiring to know
the future, resort to all manner of tests
to discover the names or see the faoos
of their prespeolive husbands. One
way of making a matrimonial forecast
is to (ill a shallow tub with water and
in it place several crab apples, each
named for some eligible friend. Then
the young lady proceeds to snap at the
apples with her teotb, the one sbe se
cures of ocurifc|jjcoming tbe cho-cn
one, as iudeeorie should after this cat
and rat performance. Robert Burns
inbwpoern on Hallowe’en, describes
the process of descendidg into a cellar
at the ghostly hour of midnight alone
with a lighted candle and a mirror.
After gszlng steadily at the mirror a
> few minutes the future husband’s faos
appears In it over the maiden’s shoul-
■'^ ISjjfold 1 Sjjfold and Silver Shirts at 7jjc and #I.OO
n ISujSfinSF'TJ irderwear at Cost.
Men’s Winter Underwear at Cost.
Large Line of Gnyei Hats #2.2?
Men’s Stiff Hats, latest styles 1.7?
Boys’ and Youth’s Shoes at $1,20
A large line of half hose and E. & W , Collars at'cost.
Our line of Neckwear is swell and complete.
Men’s Work Shirts all sizes at : Csc
Come and See Us,
FOUR IN ONE
T 0 Prickly ash Bitters
Cuw. th KIDNEYS. li uvea, fha STOMACH (lid the BOWELS.,
k *oun mcoicincs ton one dollar.
der; at least if it doesn’t it ought to,
after snob bravery. Generally tbe
young men hear of tbe rites the priest
esses are performing, and descending
uppn tbe temple, invade its sanctity.
Asa matter of course the eyeningends
in a danoe or some other less religious
amusement, but this helps rather than
binders the fates, who have presided
over thß eveniug to carry out the good
work which they have foretold.
Mrs. G. A. H. Jennings and Miss
Leola Calvin have returned from a
visit to rslatives in Montezuma.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barker and chil
dren will arrive this'afternoon from
Miss Frances Bailey entertained Uer
little friends at a paity on Wednesday
Continued on Kigth l*a •*.
Cams Near Dying.
‘■For three days and nightu I aulTered agony
untold from nn attack of cholera morbus
brought ou by eating cucumbers,” says M. K. ,
Lowtbcr, clerk of the district court, Center
vine, lowa. “I thought I should surely die
and tried a dozen different medicines, but all to
no purpose. I sent for a bottle of Chamber
lain Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and
throe doses relieved me entirely. I went to
sleep aud did not awake for eight hours. On
uwakenirg a few hours ago I felt ho gratified
that the first work I do on going to tbe office is
to write to tho manufacturers of this remedy
and offer them my grateful, thanks and say
‘God ble the splepijhd medicine you
•nuke.’ ” in at Dr. Kish
op’s drug wWH y
LOW RATES-YMfUTIiK PLANT
Dr.S#vs,unfit', Ga., for tbe Elks’
anil Street Fair, No
vemns? sth to 17th. One fare for the
round trip. Tickets to be sold Novem
ber sth, 7tb, 9th, lzth, 14th and lGtb,
with final limit to 18th. A splendid
program of attractions bus been ar
ranged. I’lant System ticket agents
. _ Savannah, Ga,
W. J, Butts, Special Agent.
It ia now tbe town talk that we are
to have anew railroad in tbe near fu
ture. This will mean a great deal for
Brunswick and her people. In the
meantime, we are receiving goods by
the old water route, direct from New
York, which we offer to the public at
the most reasonable prices. Our line
is now almost compelete, but if you
should want anything not to be bad in,
our town, let m know and we will get
It in our next order. We are here to
please the trade. Prescriptions re
ceive our personal attention. Satis
faction always guaranteed at Smith’s
pharmacy, dealers in drugs and drug
For sprains, Bweilings and lameness there
nothing so ood as Chamberlain’s Pain Halm.
Try it. For sale at Dr. Bishop’s drug store.
Jim Carter will send for your ;old
clothes and make them new, and
charge you comparatively nothing.
It Heals ths Largs.
When stiffcrifig from n racking cough take
dose of Foley’s Honey and Tar. Tho soreness
will be relieved and a warm, grateful feeling
and healffig of the parts affected will bo expe
rienced. Take no substitute. W. J. Butts.
Bear, the _/) Tlra Kind You Havo Always Bought
Constipatiou is tbs rook that wreck
many lives; it poieons the very life
blood . Regularity can be established
through the use of Prickly Ash Bit
ters. It is mildly cathartic, and
stro'.gthens the stomach, liver and
kidneys. W. J. Butts.
To Stop a Ojld.
After exposure os when you feel a cold com
ing on take u doe of Foley’s Honey and Tar.
It never fs* 11b to stop a cold if taken in time. W
For Backache use
STUART’S GIN and
To Georgia State Fair'at Valdos'.u, October
2th to November 4th, via riant System. One
faro from points In Georgia, Florida and Ala
bama, plus 50 cents additional for admlsaion.
.Military rate 1 cent per mile each direction, Xl
or more on one ticket. M. VV. WItk.VN,
Passenger Traffic Manager