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TUB BAZAAR TODAY.
It 'Will Ben Interesting end At
One of the attractive features at the
doll bazaar, to be held In the store
occupied by the Bee Hive, to
day, will be the guessing of the name
of a beautifully dressed, lift-sized, in
Mrs. E, D. Wolffo has chosen a name,
written it on a piece of paper, sealed
it, and delivered it to the- ladiee in
charge of the bazaar. Asy one can
(ess Us name at tea cents a guess,
■ to be given to the little girl or
Orfio guesses the oorreot name.
Luncheon will also be served, and
the following ta the menu: ‘ Cold ham,
chicken salad, ooffee, bread and but
ter. Stewed oysters will alto be on
sale, and ioe cream and cake.
A Monster Devil Fish
Destroying it* victim, is * type of Consump
tion. The power of this murderous malady i*
elt on organ* and nerves *ud muscles *ud
brain. Tberojs no health till it's overcome
Eat Dr. King'* New Life EUle are * sate and
certain core. -Best In the world for Stomach
Elver, Kidneys and Bowels. Only is cents at
While it is warm, yon should have
your winter olotbiug put in good or
dar. See Jim Carter.
San Francisco, Nov. 22.- Numerous
waiboute arc reported on the Southern
Pacific as the result of the storm, ea
pecially in the southern part of the
state, where traffic has been delayed
LADIES SAVE MONEY.
The women of today are becoming
"new” to the extent that in Bruns
wick, clothes oleaniog is no longer
confined to men’s garments. Eri
dences of this can be seen in the vast
number of ladies' dresses that are
cleaned each week at Jim Carter’s
‘popular clothes cleaning establish
WE MUST HAVE ROOM I
In conseqiM|&e of tremendous purchases of Holiday Goods we are competed to
>S%CRIFICE OUR PROFIT
For the time being, in orderNlkgive room to show this magnificent stock. Worth will not be consider
ed during this sale, to move Vds is what we want, and we say candidly now is your chance to secure
Bargay win Every Line
Don’t wait, now at ofß| The shelves are teeming with new and stylis
Dry Goods, Dress Notions, Etc., Etc.
And everything in the store will be sold during this sale Saving Prices.
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Millinery—We are showing the swellest and most up-to-date Hats in the south.
Give us a call.
A big line of boys all wool Caps. Solid colors and plaids, worth 39c, a bargain at 25c
Ribbons —A fine assortment of Satin and Taffeta, in all colors; special, yard 4c and up
Hats —We are showing the largest and most complete stock of “Ready-to-Wear” Hats
in the city- Correct styles 15c, up
Neckwear-Just received tull line of Ladies’ Stock Collars, fancy Ties and Chiffon
Boas, new and pretty styles 15c, up
Petticoats—A big assortment Mercerized Petticoats, with wide plaited flounce. All
colors and black. Special $1.39
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THE LEASING BRY G9€lBS EME6RIBM. ' 210 NEWCASTLE ST
KILLED A GAMBLER.
Clead Chittenten Fell Before the Re
volver of Percy Seawell.
Kansas City, Nov. 22.-Clau<J Chit
tenten, aged 30 years, a gambler, was
shot and killed early today by Percy
Seawell, aged 17, of Mangen, Ola., in a
disorderly house kept by the common
law wife of Cbittentcn. Seawell came
to town yesterday from Oklahoma
with a large sum of money. This
moraine Chittenten, presumably jeal
ous of Sea well’d attentions to the wo
man, assaulted him. Seawell drew a
pistol and shot Chitteoten twice, kill
ing him instantly.
Seawell was arrested. In his pook
ets were $l,lOO. He formerly attended
the high school here, and is well con
New York, Nov. 22.—The inbound
steamship Kaiser Wilbeim der Groose,
ran ashore this afternoon shortly af
ter passing Handy Hook. Two tugs
pulled her off tonight. One engine ig
POPE IS ILL.
Paris, Nov. 22.—Pope Leo fainted
twice yesterday, and was so fatigued
that he had to be taken to bed.
A BIG IRON CONCERN FOR
At the Brunswick Cleaning and
Pressing Cos., whore Jim Carter oleane
and presses clothes, the largest and
heaviest pressing irons are used.
IT WILL PASS.
A special from tbe TiMdfi-C all’s
Atlanta correspondent says tbe bill in
troduced by Representative Symons,
board of health,
will pass without any opposition to
•peak of. This bill will give Georgia
something sbe bas longneeled.
THE BRUNSWICK IIMES-CALI* NOVEMBER 28. I*4o
Oarrseted Daily by! Gajt. Otto Johsusttn
Port of Brunswick, Nov. 23,1900.
Norw. bark Borghild, Eriksen, Oub
S9. Colorado, Avery, New York.
B'hr. Harold B. Cousins, Cook'on,
bctir. George M. Grant, Piiton,
Sjhr. Charlotte T Sibley, Norwood,
"I have ulways used Foley’s Honey and Tar
cough medicine and think it the best in the
world,” says Chan Bender,a newsdealer of Erie
I I’a. Take no substitute. 'V J Butts.
Burnett’s Spsoial Mixture is un
equaled sea milk producer,
Neither tbe master, nor owners
of the Norwegian bsrk Borghild,
will be responsible for any debts
oontraoted by tbe orew of said
bark. Eriksen, Master.
NO NEW TICKET.
Tbe talk of an opposition tioket ia
subsiding and it is now safe to say
that tbe gentlemen namsd at tbe meet
ing of the Good Government olub Fri
day night will have no opposition. A
Times-Cau, reporter endeavored to
aaoertaio positively yesterday whether
or not the new tioket will bepntout,
eod itoan be safely said that snob will
not be tbe case.
LAST NIGHT’S GERMAN.
Last night the parlors of the Ogle
thorpe were a brilliant rc;no, tbe Oc
casion being a farewell german tend;
ered Mr. George Smith by hie ' many
friends, A full account of the coat
tumes, names of guests, etc., will .be
given la Sunday's issue.
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THANK l\/l l —l ST E3 EEZ Gil VE(SI
To our Drugs and Medicines for restoring health to many and permitting them to
Holiday- Those who are suffering should avai' themselves of the advantages that our
unlimited Stock of
DRUG AND MEDICINES
Offer. We can fill the physicians’prescriptions or supply a remedy from the many
proprietary articles. J
teiipii® |||jg Prescriptions
I Spill. jjj§§ i spill.
Is some wkera on our shelves. Our Stock of Drugs and Medicines’contains that which
is necessary ffi cure your ills, give you strength and restore you to health.
Whether prescribe for yourself or get a
We can fill it. Our compounding department is in competent hands and we use the
purest drugs obtainable at
SMITH’S - PHARMACY,
1 Skirts—Just received a large assortment Rainy-day
Waists—A fine assortment Taffeta Silk Waists; new and pretty effects.
worth $7.00. Special $3.98
Suits-One lot Tailor-made Suits, new and correct styles. Jacket lined with Taffeta Silk;
In castor, gray and brown. A bargain i58.98
Ladies Undershirts 17c Best gingham, per yd 4*c Best Calico, all color, per yd 41c
Ladies’ Jackets from $1.2? up Boys Waists from 15c up Boys pants from 20c up
Boys Suits from $1.25 up Men’s pants worth $1.50 at 85c
A special sale on Men’s Clothing and gents Furnishings