The Brunswick daily news.
September 29, 1906
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[§H 25 PER CENT REDUCTION
iljfjj • 1 ! Buy now for next summer, You
igfl ’>|A -•- -tjS 1 I£l can't make money easier. We hav
iff 1 g isl 10 Refrigerators left, which we want
| . rt'", to move out of our way. Next
p s A :;; irr-- ,; S3Sg-~ •• . summer you will have to pay 25 per
—cent more for the same Refrigerate.'
\si NEWCASTLE 'STREET
CONEY & PAPKfW
—Dealers in— \
COAL AND WOOD
BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER HAIR, SHINGLES AND LATHS
SEWER PIPeAhiMNEY FLUES FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY
52t> BAY STREET PHONE 18. •
scrtptioßs ' filled
"Ml Ph irmacy
BEFORE YOU BUY A WINyE'JiUfeMOR BmNESS OR TOR DRESS
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TH* BHWWWICK DATLY NSW* SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1908
IMPORTANT MATTERS TO
THE RAILROAD MEN.
There are four questions of the ut
most importance to fce considered next
month by the association of general
■ passenger agents at the convention '.o
be held at Atlantic City, and the meel
iug promises to be one of the most
fully attended recently held.
One of the most important poflits to
ome up under the head of new hust
■ ess. will be the proposition to dm
i outinue the making of sleeping ca> -
reservations in advance of the date ot
There is apt to he a great deal of
talk on the subject, and It is £ ques-
tion that has been widely discussed
by railroad men all over the country.
The opinion as to the wisdom of doing
away with the practice are diverse.
Many capable passenger men Bea no
reason why the system now so gone--
xlly followed should be altered, but
here - appears to be just as strong a
,-ntiuient in favor of knocking out
he practiceholdings reservations^
8 has grown to a fixed j
• the United States, m
- tne sleeping car re*e;-!
he trunk lines are en
irlor to the date lit de
tten people who hale put
own and ratfMfNuieir
ic who hou&h
dlt baqjt, untftg^ne
Three # '4Unnortant pointsH
eouside'Wii' -$W\ „> proposed ehlj
of eorpese.w liiLcilei-rituAull.iESPS
at special reduced rutes\\
A GENERAL REVOLT NOMB
AGAINST LEADEE rviva-iIP
New Vp* — la a
planned by tin?
delegates who were turned down at
tlie Butfalo convention it
is staled that thousands ofß|*'S>y|tß
will vote against the i'iWW
/ A BUSY PLACE. |
The Georgia Sash, Door & i
is doing a rushing business tgtf
have booked many large
eently which made it nneesraßw 'M
j. W. Wood, President, to go to Wor J
Carolina in search of
men in this line. This is a good in
dication that there is something do-'
ins in Brunswick.
AT ST. SIMON PIER
GOOD MEALS AND LODGINGS
It. SIMON PIERiI
\ Mftß. B. HARRELL.
p,r (IgMr / •
/ ,T V If ILL BE DECIDEDLY TO SEE gu PERB COLLECTION OF THE NEW
ULTRA FASHIONABLE AND VJDF /n OUR LINES OF ARE
DIFFERENT FPO' EAR - EXPR
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' 1 / ■ I' it .lA i ; 4 1>?S |f. ? BOYS
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W ■• 1 L
§Ej * ° brand a beer “Pure,” but actual * i|J
g# parity kn earns to double the cost of the
9 A brewing. That is how we attain it. Nj
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