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is but a short month off and as it is time
to begin looking around for presents, we
wish to call your attention to tEe fact that
our new goods are beginning to arrive
and we are going to have an exceptionally
large and handsome line of Jewely and
Don’t Send Away
for anything in mylinefor 1 will guarantee
to sell you at the same price and some
times less than you can get the same goods
away for, and besides saving you all ex’
pense, we are here at home where you can
reach us should the goods prove unsatis
Watch for our special ad nexj^Sunday
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Jeweler and Graduate Optician;
Sit HewcMtle Street,
Impeetor of Wetobei for Soethern Railway. Time by Wire daily from Washington
Coney & Parker
Coal and Wood, Brick,
Jime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles'and Laths.
Agents for Morris’ Brick.
Phone 18- 525 Bav St.
An immense assortment of blue,
red’ and pink Eiderdown Dressing
Sacks, new effects
SI.OO to $3.50
Don’t Forget the *•
A shoe as good as the name
BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL. NOVEMBER 29, 1900,
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Beg'anteg with thl* issue the Tuus-
Call will publish au il'ustration er
ery day. *
8104—Ladio* Tailor Made Waiit.
BM4, 3C, 33, 40 aud 42 inch buafc
Metal gray Venetian is here effect'
iyely trimmed with lvoiy taffeta and
black ribbon velvet,
The waist is mounted on a glors fl ted
lining which closes in the center front,
the seam* and darts bekjg fcatberboned
The backs are smooth across the ehouK
ders and display no falloess at the
walat line. The perfect adjustment un
der the erms is obtained by using an
The fronts are fitted with single bust
darli, and fastened with small velvet
buttons. Thevars deeply I 'underfaced
with white taffeta aid turned back to
form broad reyers, whioh are trimmed
with rows of black velvet ribbon lat'
ticed at the corners.
The plastron is permanently attached
to the right lining front and fasten
iavisibly on the left side. The oollar
la trimmed with ribbon, also the Har
ing cuffs which complete the close fitt'
ing two-piece sleeves. The slight
fullness on ths shoulders is distributed
in smell gathers. The narrow velvet
belt fastens in front with a silver
Broad oi 1 stiles'cloth, covert, cheviot
Henrietta, camel’s hair, diagonal and
asrgaare appropriate for this mode.
Bilk, satin, poplin, vslTet, panne, lace
and ribbon forming stylish trimmings.
To make the waist In the medium
■ize will require one and three fourths
yards of forty four inch ma’cr'a! with
flve-eighrbs yard for plastron, fevers,
collar and cuffs. The pattern, No.
8104, Is cut in sires tor a 32, r 4, 3fi, 38,
40 and 42-inch bust measure.
Mrs, Nettie Smith, the agent for the
Sunny South and the Confederate Vet
-Brah spent several days here this week,
Mr, J . B. Abrams is somewhat im-
There’s a Fine T&anfotmi in Prospect
JBWL jjrho*e tock ie fed apoo
feed and graio atJprtied by J. M. Bar
nett. It goe witbouUdjylng that your
osttle. borsea nnd po*al;ry > 'vw; I ’i be in j
prime condition if tbir daily focdj
come* from our erarebouee. You dua’C
•tint youraelf-on Tback.giriug—b
equa’ly geoeroue to the dumb folk un
der your care.
J. B. BURKETT,
proved from his recent illness to tbs
pleasure of his many friends.
Professor von Weller continues
quite ill to the regret of his friends.
There will be holiday in the schools
today and half holiday in mast of the
Mrs. C, L. Candler will return this
week from Alabama, where she spent
several weeks, v ‘ j
.'s ' y%*s- ' £*'- ■
Mrt. 51. 5. Colson has returned from
a visit to Arkansas.
V Mrs. A Cxoyatt has been quite ill
for two weeks and her many friends
hope for hsr ear;y recovery,
Mr. R, L. Byrd, of the naval store
firm of R. L, Byrd & Cos., of Pickren, is
id the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Levy returned
last night from a yisit to Sayannah.
Mr, J. J, Hlckox, of Lulaton, spent
several days shis week in the city.
Mrs. J. J. Conoley and Mies Ethel
Conoley have returned from a yisit to
Mr. and ( Mrs. C. A. Montgomery
leava on the Mallory line Friday fer
New Tork, after a'pleasant visit to
Mr. and Mrs. J. A,(Montgomery.
Mlse Mary LUla Blanton returned
last night from Charleston, where she
attended the Lawrenee-Falne wedding,
Mies Janie Symons entertained with
a dance last evening.
Mr. W. F. Parker has returned
from a,trip to Melbourne.
Miss Leah Johnson will entertain on
There will be e'rylc# ot the (Catho
llo chawh tomorrow at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. E. F. Coney will entertain
shortly at cards and the affair promisee I
to be one of the most elegant social
event* of the Season.
Today being a holiday the library
will be closed re opening eUbe usual
hour tomoraow by order of G. J. Orr,
The burglars are in onr midst. A
willow recking chair was stolen from
the porch of a Union street"' residence
before nine o’clock on Tuesday even
To Stop a Oold.
After exposure or wkea you Tool s oold eom
-1b( oa-ake a done of rolov’e Hosey an* Tar
It aevor taili to atop a oold if taka* iu time. W
Pickle Beef (in bulk)
Saur Kraut (In bulk)
Sweet India RelUii (m bulk)
Cape Cod Cranberries (iu bulk)
AleoNuia, Raisin*, Currants,
Caron, etc. for your fruit
If it’s good , <• baVeii
t 1 * a h§_ Jt J*
Boromol Tooth Powder.
BUTTS, The Druggist,
Hot Chocolate and Cold Soda
Sold cheaper than the cheapest
All we want is someone to enquire into the truth of
the above assertion to make a customer of you
Perfumes and Toilet Articles in abundance, Call
in and make yourself at home
Bro\wi Drug Cos.
wards, in latest designs and
patterns. Fresh and new
goods arriving weekly-
See our new
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LOoiT THE W(|LD OVER
* AND YOT CANT
CREAM OF 'KENTUCKY'
SI.OO PER QUART ; $4.00 PER GALLON.
NOT MADE BY AiTRUST*
I. Trager & Cos,, Independent Distillers.-
• Sold Exclusively in Braunswick by
FR. V. aCDLJCSiL—AS,
206 Bay Street.
Listens When .
This is as true of Jthe Fur
niture business as of state
craft, naturally, we we have
considerable pride in being
Quite a strong expression, but
quite easily proven—the fur
niture and prices to be the
evidence, you to be both judge
and jury. Come znd be con