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WHY .. > t!
go away from home to'have your EY/ES •
treated and fitted with Glasses when ]
you can have the same work done here
just as accurately and good? Besides,
Save Money Here at Home, j
and get just as strong guarantee. We
refer you to any one who has had us fit
them with prescription lenses. If your
Eyes trouble you in any way stall, caU ,
on me and I will examine them FREE and
tell you what you need. We have glasses j
i from 25c up, and you don’t have to buy |
the expensive ones unless you want to.
| Examination mu Mlali Fl.-*— . I
; KENNON MOTT,
1 Jew eler and Graduate Optician.
■ 215 Newcatle Street,
* • Inspector ol Watcbea tor Southern Hallway. Time by Wire <ljly from Washington
Coney & Parker
Coal and Wood, Brick,
Lime, Cement, Hhller, Hair, Shingles>nd Laths.
Phone 18- 525 Bav St.
The Brain? -
Because that’s part of our business-
We think Shoes, dream Shoes, and in
fact do most everything but eat
Shoes- That’s why we have the best
Shoe business in the city.
Our fall lines are ahead of all for
Burt & Packards
Korrect Shape $4 00
Burtwelt's $3 50
Are TWO propoSitHf huid to teat.
A Full Line Drew fine-foot v
wear for ladies.
SCHOOL SHOES for your
and girls, tli@ kind that wear.
L L V Y ’ S.'
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, OCTOBER 28, 1900,
AT THE GRAND.
The Pernchi-Beldenl Company Close*
Yesterday at matinee the Perucbi-
Beldeni Cemyaoy entertained a good
house in farcical sketobe*.
At night a fair house witnessed a
creditable performance of “Rip Van
Winkle,” this play being substituted
for the bill which had been previously
announced, viz: “The Fatal Card.”
to the disappointment of many. It
seems that it only dawned upon the
management of the company at the
last moment that the play was copy
righted, and toproduoe same m&da it
liable to prosecution.
James Q. Morton in tbs title role,
was very good. Ella Beldeni as Gret.
olfea.aUo dfd well. The balance of
the cast was mediocre.
The apecial scenery, thunder and
electric lightning effects mutt have
al*o been in dread of injunction for
they shone by their total absence.
That wonderful team of pretty .and
graceful daooera, the two Piokerts,
ably supported by that “cutest of the
cote” little artiste, Baby Blanche, un
der the able leadership of their dad,
earned tbs merited applause of the
lisnifo at,'the termination of their spe-
It, is well to kpow that l>eWitt’s
WH$Sb Uazsl Salve will heal a burlb,
ftntfwdip the pain at dPgLjJt will cat*
eczema and.Akin dlMp©* endtrg**.'
wounds and‘low|, egrtaio cure
for piles. Counter feittwraft* offered
you. Bee that you T|et®i}S|ft>riginal
DeWitfs Witoh Haas! BtffSe. W, *i
, .tfr . ■■
Half the World is ia OaAjgess m
as to tho cause of their ill they waultf
'atari to treat their kidney* wrtj, Kt4£
aey Cun:, the weaßUiefti of lioikyj§'lutnd, : t>aei
ache, •.buii lachr *d rheumatic ijiatoa would
disappear. 'V. J. tttafta
For infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Alwaft Right
Bipsatur# of (Sut&xTa&JUmf
STEEL WOIfKS DOWN,
Joliet, lift Qelbbef’27 —lt is an
neunced lfcat praedtcaily al! thu 111-
noU Steel Company 5 * works hero w|i
clcae tonight foFan iodeflaTta laarWsJ
Over 2,(Hit) man are effect*#. Toe tfflt
clais of the company rotate to dieeuse
the eituaUou. ’
A Wife Says:
“We have four children, With the first
•tree I suffered almost unbearable pains from
12 to J 4 hours, and had to be placed under
the influence of chloroform. I used three
bottles of Mother's F'ienrf before our last
child came, which ann
is a strong, fat and i# ‘
healthy boy, ebrng V* will
my housework up £
towithin'wo hours ■-
of birth, and sut
fered but a few liard vL \
pains. This hni- j i , Y~
ment is the grand- /fj '\zF f / A f /
est remedy everW
Mother’s f \x
Friend ’ ™
will do for every woman what it did for the
Minnesota mother who writes the above let
ter. Not to use it during pregnancy is a
mistake to be paid for in pain and suffering.
Mother's Friend equips the patient Hv'th a
slro-ij body and elect intellect, which in
turn art ir oar
he tnui . to expire* ft
] relieves morning sickness and nerveu ne .
j It puts all tV- organ concerned in pc met
j condition for. thermal huur.so that the aclc.il
| labor is short and practically painless. U.iu
| ger of rising or hard brcccts is aftopether 1
Avoi: .1, iou roc every i& uicr ly a jyLuw r
s<!i Mother’* LrirnJ fur *t c bottle ;
TM Bred field Hcgui. tor Cos., Atlanta, Oa i
Send for oiir frae lustr-.wi book. '
Miss Lilia Burroughs has re'.urned
from a summer trip haying visited
Asheville, VVeyneeville, Knoxville and
several other cities.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs, C. H.
Dudley, of St. Sitnon, is quitd ill.
Dr. Fox, of • Darien, is taking the
place of Dr. C. 11. Meld rim on St. BN
man during the absence of the latter on
Mrs. J. B. Wright and Miss May
Wright of St. Simon, are speeding
several days in Brunswick.
Mr*. George P, Smith and Miss Sara
Louise Smith, of Brooklyn, will arrive
on Monday to visit.Dr, J. A. Butts and
Quite a large amount ol fancy work
has been. seat to the Valdosta fair
v r •; - .<• > w ‘
from Brunswick. This city stands
second to nooo in the production ol flue
needlework, and It is hoped it will
secure several prizes. The committee
Miss Helen O’Conor, Mrs, G. W. Blan
ton and Mr*. A. D. Gate have worked
very hard to make a good display and
many ladies kindly Contributed.
With so many returning from sum
mer trips full of the energy a*d gcol
Will resulting from good health and
nigh spirits and .with several of Bruns
wick popular “visiting ladles” proms
Tied for the promises to
MBBjMjil laguthsr osnf fluhfc has already
ments hot' relative |t>Jhe clubs are al
ready being disouMhd^;
Misa Mellie Grandee, of Asheville,
is the guest of her uucle end sunt Mr.
■fjdlffrs. E. F.aConey, for the winter,
itid w(U attend the high school.
• Khttg, Mils King, Mrs.
'JybjskfttHfrt Mr*, h.
fe. §*s4Mklrn, will return on
Csrd--ttsveYisnreceived by Dutjgtr
nsjje friendr iu the city froth
Mrs. Bernard 7,illajutbi of Atlanta, to
the wedding of.,their daughter, Miss
Lens L’Jieotha:,to Mr. Oustav.us.Hoff
mtn of this city."' The wedding will
oc ur on Wednesday, Nov. l-ifb, and
will be a seoial e.vwit of much Import
ance. Af.er an extensive weed Dg
tour the coopts will come to Bruns
wick wiser* they will resid".
M ss Louis? Hopkins and Mr. James
Hopkins haversturned to Darien frtrn
s visit to Mrs. R, R. Hopkins.
Large Fat Mackerel 12 l-2e j
Medium Fat Mackerel 10c j
And for Anything
goad we have it.
> OLD FASHIONED
•is Ever Unexcelled.” 10 Cents.
W J BUTTS i The Druggist.
“On tli© Corner.”
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Brown Drug: Cos.
Are headquarters for everything in the drug line.
Our stock of Toilet Articles is complete. We
carry the finest stock of Soaps and Per
fumery in the city.
Prescriptions accurately compounded by compe
tent men day or night.
Opera Glasses for Rent.
BROWN DRUG 00.
Druggists to the People.
A clearance sale to make room for new goods. -
I Parlor Suit, 6 pieces, wort h $ lojlbow $29.
1 Oak Refrigerate, |2t), now sls.
1 o*k Bed Room Solve, 8 pieces, worth $25, now $lB 'V&ilzjlff
tied Lounges, worth fid, now |li, ifT' 'tir - Y.- Jab
Centre Tables 59 oenta to $6. TTiUBItT
lee Cream Freezers worth $2 .50 at $1.98.
assortment of Sideboards, Cupboards ||L
Prices Below the Market, few
LOOK THE WORLD OVER
AND YOT CAN’T,‘.BEAT
CREAM OF 'KENTUCKY
SI.OO PER QUART ; $4.00 PER GALLON.
NOT MADE BY A TFDJST’
I- Trager & Cos., Independent Distillers.
’ tiy in \auriswick by
N/ . CDL-JC£L
208 Bay Street*