Newspaper Page Text
THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS
PUBLISHED DAILY BY
IHE NEWS PUBLISHING COMPAN \
►— ■ -
LA RANGE H. LEAVY, Editor an
LOUIS J. LEAVY, Jr- City Edlto
EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAG
■stand at the Brunswick, Ga., j>os
nfflca as second class mail matter
Terms of subscription in the clt
and by mall free of charge to ail parti
of the United States and Canada, Me*
Ico, Porto Rico, Guam, Phii.ppin
Islands and Hawaiian Islands.
On e Month .50
Three Months $1.25
Blx Months $2.50
One Year $5.00
Notice ef discontipuanc ef Ads
and Subscriptions mutt be made t
business office in writing.
Business Oflice, Editorial Room.. 188
The Editor 4;iz
The City Editor :mu
Society Editor 158-j
Office SO7 Gloucester Street.
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF
Glynn County Commissioners.
The United States Court of Bank
ruptey for this District
Correspondence solicited, but to re
-•lva Attention letters must be ao
oompanled by a responsible name, no
tor pub lcatlou, lut as a guarantee of
Rejected communications will b
returned If accompanied by postage.
Remittance should be made by poe
ial note, check, money order or
registered letter. Address
News Publishing Cos.,
—IBBHgB!* . J...L 1 i.
The board of trade and the Com
mercial League should both take some
action with reference to that Darien
& Western railroad matter this week.
U Is important.
The coming of the Taylor Lumber
Company to Brunswick will mean a
large acquisition to the lumber and
sawmill Interests of the city, with a
correspondingly large commerce.
Anew bank and anew sawmill and
lumber industry, the two carrying in
vestments of over a hundred thou
sand dollars in a single week, is i
pretty good record for Brunswick, is
THE MOBILE AND PENSACOLA
latter reports from Pensacola ami
Mobile unfortunately confirm first re
ports of great damage from the hurri
cane. While the loss of life has evi
dently been comparatively trivial, the
destruction bus been immense and
runs up Into the millions, though not
proba'uly as high as the five-million
estimate. The disaster was precisely
similar to that which destroyed Gal
veston' some years ago. The light at
mospheric pressure and the force 01
the wind drove the water against the
shore oi the gulf, and It was the com
bined wind and waves which accom
plished the damage to property ana
• anted vessels on shore and wreck
ed them. It will he hoped that the
damages will be repaired and re
placed as soon as possible.
Mobile seems to have suffered in a
degree corresponding with Its some
what less exposed situation, the first
high estimate being three millions in
property. No great loss of life Is re
ported, as there, as well as at Pen
sacola, ample warning was given of
the approach of the storm and pro
vision for personal safety was eosilv
Humors prevailed, as they always
do In such cases, that Key West was
likewise wiped out. It may be point
ed out that Key West Is in no danger
irotn the causes which damage uud
destroy towns along the shore. Sit
uated on an Island forty miles from
the mainland, and sixty miles from
any land which could act as a dam
tor water rising from the gulf, that
city Is safe. It Is practically Impos
sible tor the waters to pile high
enough to sweep the island destruc
The people of Brunswick deeplv
sympathise with these fellow ports in
the awful disasters that have come to
them and hope that the public-spirited
people of these splendid cities win
buckle os the armor and with eharac
tffleti* Pjrtrit and energy repair the
A MOVE FORWARD.
The News goes to its readers this
morning, as it did Sunday morning in
tight page form, and it wii! go appear
in future, if the people of Brunswick
and this section of the state of Geor
gia will Indicate their desire for an
up-to-date morning newspaper, by the
proper character of patronage. In
these days of ra.pjd growth and de
velopment. a city is best judged by
her newspapers. If they are after the
lashion of the modern and well
equipped publications of the day. then
they index a spirit of energy an 1
progress in the city whence they
some; if they are antiauated ana
lack the snap and ginger of a newsy
sheet, then they reflect a population
and a spirit breathed in the publicv
tion. The News has always endeav
ored to keep up with the pace ot
Brunswick. Over live years ago -t
equipped its plant with a Mergen
thaler linotype machine, and other ad
juncts that go to make up the metro
politan papers of the country. It has
endeavored to give the people of the
city of Brunswick the best paper it
could, compatible with sound business
principles and whether it lias sue*
eeeded or not is besl known by those
of our people who have w'atclied its
course from its iivdpiency. At any
rate, the News lias caught the inspira
tion of progress now abroad in this
active, growing and progressive city,
and it is going to endeavor to impart
mat inspiration to thousands of peo
pie all over this country of ours, it is
going to give the people a clean,
newsy eight-page morning newspaper.
Us telegraphic and state news service
lias 'been extended to meet the de
mauds of its additional four pages, as
lias its loanl nows ami mechanical de
partments. The News in the past lias
not made any very strenuous effort to
create a great circulation outside of
Brunswick, Glynn county and the im
mediate territory tributary thereto, for
a was not in position to cope wita
other publications for years monopo
lizing It. However, we have tor
thirty days been canvassing all sec
tions of the state of 'Georgia, more
especially those in proximity to Bruns
wick and the results have been more
than reassuring. Wa purpose to put
ibe News into the homes of as many
people in southeast Georgia as an
active canvass and a good newspaper
can secure. We are going to give thy
merchant of Brunswick an opportun
ity to talk to the people of this sec
tion of the state through the columns
of tin' News and thus make it tin
best advertising medium in south
Brunswick is growing more rapidly
to-day than any other city in the state
of Georgia, and the News feels that it
is due the people of Brunswick that
they should have a good morning
newspaper that might reflect some
credit on the city of its home and at
that same time do full justice to the
great art preservative.
All we ask from the people of
Brunswick is a hearty co-operation oa
their part in the great work the m
ture holds for us and we are quite
sure wc will succeed and in the mean
time render a great service to Bruns
wick, whose material growth and ad
vancenieut will always have our first
thought and attention. She Is now
upon the eve of an era ot great pros
perity and we are going to make an
honest effort to augment that growth
in every legitimate manner that a Pro
and wide awake newspaper can assut
its own eitv.
Elsewhere In this edition appears a
local news story to the effect that the
tayloi Luinccr Company, ot Saiimury,
Maryland, has purcuase.l the large
sawmill of B. P-tdrosa, located at
Thai!' pin and thai ibe members of
tue I: in will all remove to Brunswick
immedlat-ly. The News cordially wel
comes all of these new citizens t->
Brunswick and hopes that they will be
more than pleased with their new
home, which we think is the most
beautiful little city In all of the world.
The News also takes this opportunity
to congratulate tUe people of Bruns
wick on the advent of such people as
Is contained in this new enterprise.
They are men of affairs, who at ono
put up the sum of $26,000 for a saw
mill at Brunswick's very gates, and
people who have the nerve to tha*
express themselves in the faith of a
city are bound to become useful fac
tors in the future growth of that city.
It is Just such people as these that
make cities and build up great indus
tries; they know the sawmill business
from tue very ground up. aud it is
scarcely necessary for The News to
wish them u abundance of success in
fheir new field. 1
THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1906. -
-A. ... _.. . . , —y
p cur liver! In nearly I
xjut Of bans f
/ bill lusness, dyspepsia,poor g
blood, headaches. Your doctor will tell you that good heelth demands at leas! I
one good, free movement of the bowels each day. Ask him if he knows any |
layafive hpttf*r thqn Avpr**; P|lc W© hsvo no secrets! V7© publish J. C. Aye. Cos., 5
laxative pener man Ayer s rnib. thQ formulas of an our T r.ediLoycu. Mas*. g
A FEW BROKEN LOTS OF MENS LOW CUT, LADIES ANO
CHILDRENS OXFORDS ON SALE AT COST FOR A WHILE
NEW FALL GOODS ARE PILING IN ON ME AND MY STORE
IS OVER CROWDED. THE FACT IS I HAVE OVER BOUGHT
THIS SEASON AND MUST TURN THEM IN TO MONEY
QUICKLY. SO AM OFFERING THE BEST 12 1-2 c. VALUES
IN OUTING, DRESS GINGHAMS AND PERCALS AT 10c YD
BOYS PANTS, SUITS AMD SCHOOL SHOES—THE KIND
THAT SATISFIES—ARE READY FOR THE RUSH.
ALSO A FULL LINE O- STATIONERY AND SCHOOL SUP
Geo. W. Owens,
CORNER E AMD L STREETS.
Under New Management
100 A Street.
I have purchased the Bakery
of Mr. J. M. Hoodenpyle at 100
A Street and will continue to
do business at the same stand.
Orders for Fancy Cakes given
We guarantee satisfaction and
nssure you that you will get
the best bread that can be made
Just give us a trial.
Out of town orders will re
ceive prompt attention.
F. W. LEBEN, Pro
COLSON HARDWARE CO.
OF ALL KINDS
SA MILL OUTFITS.
ATLAS ENGINES AND
WIRE FIELD FENCE.
COLSON HARDWARE CO.
Fresh cream, light rye, French and
Graham bread today at Leben's bak
ry, 100 A street.
The Union Pressing Club has to
mored from 309 Newcastle street t
the rear of the store at 317 Newcaat!
sereet Phone 141-$. W. H. Martin
jam " *
Synrn of ail Styles* Kinds and UfTnOfilpo
Leathers, for School at 1 LLliulln u
si o The Puoiic y
HAVING LOCATED A CEMENT STONE PLONT CORNER OF F AN.
D STREETS iAM PREPARED TO BO A GENEPAL CEMENT WORK
FIRST CLASS WORK AT A REASONABLE FIGURE. ALL SIZES OF
WHITE AND COLORED HEXIGON TILE AND CURB OF THE REGL.
LATION SIZE. I RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR PAT
j gfcat remedy for nervous prostration and ail diseases of tbe geueratiTt
or £3nsof either sex, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or Lost Manhood
Impotency, Nuhtiy Emissions. Youthful Errors. Mental Worry, excessive ust
of Tobacco or Opium, which lead to Consumption and Insanity. With ever*
order we guarantee to cure or refund the money. Sold at SI.OO per box.
UlUdiniL 6 boxes for SO.OO. UK. MOTT’S CISIi.TUCAL CO.. Cleveland* Oh 1 *
For Sale by HUNTER'S PHARMACs
• BY DOING YOUR BANKING WITH
I3C 111 National Bank
*¥*l of Brunswick
* II V CAPITAL $150,000.00
SURPLUS $84.000a D
Year Savings Department Pays Four ptf
cent interest coumpounded quarterly.
WESLEY H. GREENFIELD,
Pile Driving Contractor
V/HARF BUILDING AND TRESTLE
WORK A SPECIALTY.
SCO L street, Ga.
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR
THIS CELEBRATED WATER
bf THE GLASS,
BY THE CASE OR
BY THE BARREL
505 GLOUCESTER ST.
FROM THE BEST SOURCES
How and where a grocery stock 1
bought determines its val ueand qual
Hy. We could buy cheap stuff and
sell to you at cheap prices. Yo
might think we would be good peo
pie to trade with—ibut we wouldn’t
be. We buy from the best source
pay fair prices and charge you a fair
profit—just enough to pay far handl
the goods. We wouldn't touch cheap
quality for a great deal. We Inten
to maintain our reputation for honest
in ail things.
ARE YOU THIRSTY.
If you are and a good drink
of the Best
or Finest Beer will quench It
I can fix you. See my wine
and cigar list.
229 Grant Street.
Contractor of Piledriving, Dockbuild
ing and~Trsstle Work.
WM. GREENFIELD, MQR.
Phones 214 and 417.
Open All the
ihe Wanae* Bouec at Ceaaa Ft.
(Jimoa .siaed, will rcmaia eye
aE the t*i roust.
VISITOR* ALWAYS WELCOME
MRS- W. L. WALLACE
Call up Davis *nd Taylor's stable
If you want dirt for raising your Jot
or el do walk*.
BROWN & CO
AND DEALERS IN
. • ha* t-vet trqiul!eii it.
.j caa ever surpass it.
A Perfect For A!! Throat and
Cure; Lung Troubles.
Money back 5f it faih. Trial Bottle© f; ee.
THE OLD RELIABLES.
25 Years in the Buelnese.
GOOD WORK PROMPTLY EXECU
X.J- "5" ?-ti: v „g
Phone 313. 313 Newcastle St.
CAR LOAD OF
PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE
WIRE FENCES ARE CHEAPER
ROBERSON & CO.
on the subject
Phone 426 No 2 Wright's Spuare
I AM NOW PREPARED TO DO
OF ALL KIND
We carry a full and complete line
of STOVES and RANGE* and
do all kind of STOVE REPAIRING.
J. H. BOH NE.
Phone 397, 428 Newoastle Street
_ DeVoe’s old Stand.
| H. B. GARNETT.
When In need ef—
A CARPENTER 4
- Call on the old ortflml
H. B. GARNETT.
For leweons ia typewriting and Am
igraphy call on Mr*. Alma Hortatr*.
No. 117 South Lae treat.
Sig Levrjon can stop your troa>M
tf It U money you seed. Money *
toeoed on anything value,
aad efcxhlsg Car by Mr Levtaee
lewefr/ M Ml im pmSa sr