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GRAND PRIZE OFFER.U
IsT Prize—A Fine Oxodized Silver
Clock, valued at $40.00.
2nd Prize—A pair of Fine Large Vases
valued at $16.00.
These Expensive presents are given
away absolutely Free as a compliment
to my customers. Every purchase to
the amount of $1 00 entitles you to a
ticket free. Drawing from Nov. Ist to
Dec. 31st, 1900.
A committee of prominent merchants
will take charge of drawing.
Jeweler and Graduate Owtician.
215 Newcastle Street,
Inspector ot Watches for Southern Railway. Time by Wire daily from Washington
Coney <fe Parker
Coal and Wood, Brick,
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Laths.
Agents for Morris’ Brick,
Phone 18- 525 Bav St.
A List of Atractions
Noli Found Elsewhere
Clapp’s Men’s Shoes,
Burt & Packard’s Men’s Shoes,
Excelsior Shoe Cos., Boys and Youths
Drew, Selby & Cos., LadiesLJ^
, for La-
Dunlap, Stetson, Gotham Hats,
Perrins’ Men’s Gloves,
A strictly up-to-date stock of
Clothing and Furnishings.
BRUNSWICK TIMIJS-SALL. NOVEMBER 23, 19.
IV A WOMAK-
Buys a bargain underwear and an
Sayea on her luncheon to spend it on
Head, book reviews and says ahe’a
re*d ihe booss—
Trl's n eathnsitsUe circle about
he lasi funny family and fference
D esn’t mind a hole in her glove—
Ora dropped thread in her stock
Pm* an inch ot torn braid on her
Wears colored glove*—
Doe.n’t take care of fltwers—
Call* oertain thing, “common” ev
ery other breath—
Ake for a hardwood floor ia the
front hall and a price!sin bath tub af
She ltn’t the tort to truit vary much
about yery many things. Are you like
any of these?
Mrs J. C. Gibson, accompanied by
her bright little children, returned last
night from Angara, where aha spent
last week very pleasantly vialting
friend, and relative*. Little Clifford
says the Reunion was simply “out of
Prof, aod Wafler and Mr.
Harold Von Weller bare relumed to
Brunswick after several months spent
In the north and west, Tb<jip ; many
friends are glad to see them return.” - *
Miss May Ashby his returned to
Brunswick from Atlanta, where ihe
spent evrpl month*.
Ml** Mamie Burroughs after a pleas
ant vistt to Chattanooga ha* returned
to Atlanta, where she will remain *y
—%sr ‘ ”
Master Tom Wood who has bcn at
tending school In Atlanta will arrive
n-xt week to spend at
Mrs. W. B. Morue, of Abbeville,!*
visiting her daughters, Mrs, WllUam
and Mr,. Sude Way. *
Rey, Father Lnckie aoid mass last
Sunday on St. Simon, where there ia
quite a nneiber of Catholic*,
Mr. Warren Howard ia spending
some time in the city to the pleasure
of hi* many friends.
Mrs. J. H. Ashby lert last week for,
s visit to New York.
j - &
-<y' In the building formerly oc
cupied by the Bee Hive promises
to bn a complete success. The lad
les have worked faithfully, and well
deserve sm-Jceos. The chief feature
with the little people will be the doll
show. Lunches and meals will be
served at all hours of the day and a
generous patronage is solicited.
Mrs. C. L. Xlliott entertains at card*
Mr. and Mrs, L. A. Kobinaon will
spend Thanksgiving on Bt. Simon, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brewster Phil
The following Invitation haa been
received In tbU dly:
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Dwight Bryan
request the honor of your preeenet at
the marriage of their daughter Mary
Middleton to Mr. Robert Strange
French on Tuesday evening, December
the Sixth, One Thousand Nine Hun
dred at half after eight o’clock, at
Saint Michael’s church, Charleston,
Mr. French Was a reslnent of Brunss
wick a number of years, and hie many
frier da extend good wishes and con
On Tuesday evening at their pretty
rural home at Frederica, Mr and Mrs.
John Steven, In com pany with friends
celebrated the twenty-fifth anniver
sary of tbair wedding,
The house wa, beautifully decorated
and an elegant lunch w
Many exquisite offerings appropriate
to the oocassion were made by the
guests a, testimonials of the friendship
and affection in which thl* popular and
estimable couple ia held. May they
live to celebrate many happy returns
of the day.
The following la clipped from a Cni
“The marriage of Anne Estelle Doerr,
daughter of Mr. aod Mr*. J. F. Doerr,
142) Champlain avanue, and Charles
Arthur Montgomery Is celebrated this
afternoon at Si, Charles ohnrch, corn
er of Wood lawn avenue and 64th street,
Rfey. Father Schlknoski officiates. Miss
Stall* Montgom jry is maid of honor
and Mist Carolina Djerr, a slater of
the bride, .la tiwer girl. The best man
a Charles H. Doerr.
“Roees and carnations form the fl ,ral
decorations, the color scheme of pink
Wd white prevailing throughout. gThe
bridal gown is cream elk mull over
Jbfeeta. ft tulle veil fastened with orange
blossoms completing ths toilet. She
will carry a bouquet of bride; roses.
The dress of the little flower girl is
white organdie over pink taffeta and
she came* pink carnations.** The
bride,maid wears white taffeta and she
carries" white carnations,
"A reception for fifty gueetsjwill be
held at 6 o’clock, at which an elegaat
repast will be served by Smiley. After
the reception the newly wedded cons
pie will leave for the south ;*nd east,
where they wi.J travel a morth or
m>re. They will wi I receive Wednes
days after December 26th at 2257 South
Mr. an ! Mrs. U. A. Montgom :ry ate
at pre.ent the mets of Mr. and Mrs!
J. A. Montgomery on Halifax
wh reiheya-,'|i-.. C ei V iognWjM
ant attentions frunt
,C * h6 ‘ e tbC ' y
f*‘' retu -lilog to
Piokle Beef (in bulk)
Bur Kraut (in bulk)
Sweet India Relish (In bulk)
Cape Cod Cranberries (in bulk)
Also Nuts, Raisins, Currants,
Citron, etc. for yonr frnit
If it’e good , we have It
Boromol Tooth Powder.
BUTTS, The Druggist.
; Hot Chocolate and Cold Soda
I Filled accurately.
! Sold cheaper than the cheapest
1 All we want is someone to enquire into the truth ot
! above assertion to make a customer of you
| Perfumes and Toilet Articles in abundance, Call
in and make yourself at home
Brown Drug Cos.
jJm In tapestry 22x
ft tJHULM 36 Vyc and up
f/ards, in latest designs and
I patterns. Fresh and newi
arriving weekly. j
LOOK THE WORLD OVER
AND YOT CAN’T BEAT
CREAM OF KENTUCKY
SI.OO PERCQUART; $4.00 PER GALLON.
Jp* not MADE BY AJTRUSr_—
I. Trager &. Cos„ Independent Distillers.
feold Exclusively in Brunswick by
200 Bmt Stwst
This is as true of Sthe Fur
niture business as of state
craft, naturally, we we have
considerable pride in being
Quite a strong expression, but
Luite easily proven—the fur-
Viture and prices to be the
<lridence, you to be both judge
aft jury. Come and be con