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is but a short month oft and as it is time
to begin looking sround for presents, we
wish to call your attention to the fact that
our new goods are beginning to arrive
and we are going to have an exceptionally
large and handsome line of Jewely and
.'V >-■ •* * „• p*p r
Don’t Send Away
for anything in my line for 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 next Sunday
Jeweler and Graduate Optician.
* IIS Newcastle Street,
Inepeeter ot Witches for Southern Kilwy. Time by Wire deily from Washington
Coney <fc Parker
i DEALERS IN
Coal and Wood, Brick,
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles'and Paths.
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 TiMik-CALL. DECEMBER 2, 1900.
Ml**‘Katie Herts! has returned to her
home after a pleasant vuit to Mr*. W.
. F ' l
F. Doe flmger, couch to the regret of
her many friends.
Mrs, A. J. Crovatt left last night for
Mrs. J, A, Montgomery hts recuvar
td front a spell ot malarial fever,
Mr. H, B. du Blgnou enterta'nad at
tea on Saturday evening. compliment
tary to Mis. W. F, Parker.
Master Easel Wright gave a candy
pulling to some of his little friends
last night, which was very much en
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Montgomery left
on the Mallory line Fr.dsy for a short
visit to New York. They will return
to Brunswick next week and will be
the guess of honor at an entertainment
to be given by Mrs. J, A. Montgomery,
Miss Crutch held who is visiting
Miss Raeney leaves shortly for her
home in Savannah, to the regret of her
many friend*. : V: ,
Mr. H. H Raymond entertained at
dinner at the Oglethorpe last evening a
parly of thirty gentlemen friends. The
entertainment was one ol the most ele
gant affairs recently given itj^Bruns
wick and the host's gOod health and
good fortune In hts rifcw home were the
subjects for many toasts. Mr. Ray
mond Is a very popular man and bis
many friends regret hit departure.
On Wednesday evening Miss Janie
Symons entertained a few friends with
a german. The Invited guests were:
Misses Tallulah Flaming, Kellie
Greenlee, Anita Courier, Claudia
i-ucas, Leonide Courier, Leah John
son, Messrs. Frank Stacy. Willie Bail
ey, Frank Mallard, LaVergnn Whit
field, Leighton Burroughs, Jim Bailey,
John Pace, Carrington Cosby,
Miss Leah Johnson was the hostess
at a delightful party on Thanksgiving
evening. Many friends were present
and the entertainment was s most en-
J lyablc one.
The Excelsior Literary Society hts
received a number new books pur
chased whh the money from their en
tertainment last summer. The school
library it a source of groat enterttfn
rnent and lutell actual beuefit to the
pupils and they work very hard to help
keep fit up to a good standard. At
Christmas|ihs aoc!ety| will glye an en
tertainment at which a small fee will
be charged for admission. Tho pro
esede from this entertainment will go
towards buying a sal table book -case for
the new hooks.
Mrs. E. F, Coney entertained at
whist on Friday eysniag in compliment
to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Parker of
Brunswick. The rooms were beauti
fully decoratsd and brilliant with
lights. Tae ladies first priso a hand
soma china mantel ornament was won
by Mrs. B, Whitfield the gentle
men's pearl-handled knife by Mr. J.
S. Raymond. The consolation, a bot
tle of perfume wee wan by Mr. W. H.
DeVou. Four tables were played those
being: Mr. and Mrs. W, F. Parker,
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Raymond, Mr. and
Mrs. X. r. Coney, Mr. and Mm. B.
Whitfield, Mr and Mrs. Was. Tapper,
Mr, and Mrs. J, C, Utiles. Miss Nellie
Oolesberry, Mr. H. U. Raymond, Mr,
W, H. DV%e Delicious refreshments
daintily served crewnoj the evening's
Ol rote no pi in f* here '}UeMy
combined with bla.fk velvet and oar
The warn is mounted on a glove-fitt
ed lining, ahichcloee* in the black.
The front is fee .-d with Velvet to a
joke depth and the, pogl’n arranged in
backward turning tacks on the should
ers. The fuller as in the center Is
gathered at .he lower edge of the
yose and slightly bloused over the nar
row velvet girdle
A smooth adjustment is maintained
under the arm and across the shoulders
• boss— M inti’ Fancy Wait*.
80$k~Mis*’ svn Gored Skirt.
Waist, 12, 14 and 18 year*. 1
fklrt, 12, Hand 18 years. **
Tbs fabric f lull at tho neck an 4
drawn down straight to th# waist line
in the back. The high collar and yoke
arc trimmed with ai piique.
The upper part ot tho cttwmntting
sleeves is tucked and 'be wrists are fin
ished vfth flaring eaffi
Tbesktn is made with seven com
paratively narrow geres which fit per
tectiy smooth aroard the waist and over
the hi us. The Htams are trimmed with
bands of applique. Extension* added
on each side of the eore from tbs
point where tba ai pl'q e **<J* are ar
ranged iu hollow box ulatu had flatly
Plowed.‘The fullness thu* added
g vea s graceful B*re around tbe lower
edge of the skirt. Velvet is applied
on the maliee: tbe box plaits, which
open aad show tho trimming, *
Tbe kidneys are small but important
organs. They need help occasionally.
Prickly Ash Bitters is a successful
kidney tonlo and eysfem regulator.
W.J. Butts. a
Jutt from th country, in one pouod
Try one pound, oxly 1340,
If its good we have it.
Boromol Tooth Powder.
BUTTS, The Bruges},
Hot Chocolate and Cold Soda
Sold cheaper than the cheapest
All we want is someone to enquire into the truth ot
the above assertion to make a customer of you
Perfumes and Toilet Articles in abundance, Call
in and make yourself at home
Brown Drug Cos.
wards, in latest designs and
patterns. Fresh and new
goods arriving weekly.
See our new
Hill mi ins.
LOOK THE WORLD OVER
AND TOT CAN’T BEATW—
CREAM OF EEiIICKY
$l.OO PER QUART ; $4.00 PER GfLLON.
~ NOT MADE BY A2TRUST
I. Trager & Cos,, Independent Distllers.
Sold Exclusively ia Brunswick by K :
FR. V. DOUGL. AST,
206 Bay Street.
\ . Leaders Talk,
This is as true of 2the 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 and be con