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BATCH OF ITEMS
Forecast tor to-day In Georgia: Pro
bably showers along the coast.
Auction Sale To-day.
There will be a big auction sale to
uay at 11 o’clock in front of Judge
Lambright’s office. Furniture, etc.
will be disoosed of at a sacrifice.
A Special Meeting.
The Glynn aerie of Eagles will hot x
a special meeting in their hall tins
evening at 8 o’clock. All members are
requested to be present, as business
of importance will come up for action.
Ordinary Dart held the regular
monthly session of his court yester
day. There were only a few cases on
tne docket which were disposed of in
a short while.
The state election, as well as the
one for the election of three justices
for the new court of appeals, will oe
held to-morrow. The same managers
who conducted the primary will be
selected at the meeting of the county
In Police Court.
Mayor Hopkins held quite an inter
esting session of the police court yes
terday morning, there 'being several of
fenders before him on various charges.
None of the cases,- however, were or
a serious nature.
Arrived, steamer Tlio Grande,
Davidson, Mobile; sailed, steamer Hii
brook, Hanson, Hamburg and Liver
pool; schooner Frank Barnett,
Frances, Boston; schooner Perry Se:
zer, Blake, Perth Amboy.
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319 N. Del. St.,
Oct. 27, 1905. Indianapolis, Ind.
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The BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1906
WITH TIE PUTS
The Al. G. Field Greater Minstrels
will play an engagement at the Grand
opera house shortly. This organiza
tion is well known to the public, hav
ing been on tour twenty-two years.
It has been said that Al. G. Field is
to minstrelsy what Belasco is to the
drama; for years he has offered the
best in minstrelsy. Not only Is this
organization the oldest upon the road,
but it is said to be bigger and better
than ever. The show is entirely new
this season, and though many ola
faces will be seen, many new 'mem
bers will be introduced in the -per
sonnel. A burlesque of the Gridiron
Club, that famous Washington institu
tion where politicians and newspaper
men meet annually is the feature or
the nrst part. Prominent people,
statesmen, politicians, diplomats
prominent in the public eye, are cari
catured, theii- pet hobbies, fads and
public questions. Hits on the various
bills in congress, allusions to various
episodes attending- public affairs have
been expressed by dialogue and im
personations. Though this burlesque
was touched upon in tne first part
of last season, prominent emphasis
nas now been given to it this year:
tn fact, it is one of the features of
the show. Scenicaily the act is the
most elaborate ever offeied in min
strelsy. The singing party will be
introduced in white face, representing
minstrels in the days of Homer, whlls
the comedians are in -black face, rep
resenting modern minstrels.
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Price .... $15.00
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State and County Tax Notice. ISO
To collect State and County Tax fo
the year 1906 I will be at the followiu
precincts on dates mentioned:
St. Simon, Oct. 18, Nov. 5 and Do
Sterling, Oct. 29, Nov. 8 and Dec. l
Bladen, Oct. 24, Nov. 30 and Dec. 6
Brookman. Oct. 25, Nov. 11 are
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Notice to Creditors.
Georgia, Glynn county.
All creditors of the estate of linn
uah Coburn, lute of said county, ar
hereby notified lo render an accoun
of their demands against said estat
properly made out, lo the undersign
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..Hannah Coburn, deceased.
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Notice is hereby given to the cred
iters of the estate of .1. IL Dillar.
late of Glynn county, Ga., deceased
to render in an acount of their de
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crihed by law, properly made out
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This August 31, 1906.
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