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111 THE FIELD
-lAIRMAN MILLER NOTIFIED
ELECTION MANAGERS TO
KEEP CLOSE WATCH.
Chairman A. L. Miller, of the state
•mocratic executive wltn
eadeuartera In Macon, is mailing on:
-tiers admonishing election managers
> look out for defective ballots which
e says are being circulated in the
iterest of certain of the candidate
or the judges of the proposed com :
Chairman Miller says: "I am in
onued that certain ballots, with the
tanie of one ot the candidates for
lie proposed cqurt of appeals oniltte i
therefrom, are being distributed In in
state. These ballots are also defec
tive in other particulars.
Continuing Chairman Miller says
that no ballots should he received an i
counted by the election managers in
the court of appeals primary, except
the official ballots furnished by him
to the county chairmen, and to the
candidates themselves. 1 The offlci'i
uallot contains the names of all the
candidates and contains full instru
lions at the head ol them.
One* n Scl of rlrnle*.
Lundy, in the Bristol channel, is au
island where one may see un earth
quake at any time. There Is nothing
alarming about those "earthquakes,"
however. They are simply certain cu
rious crevasses In the west of the is
land, which the local people call by
that name. Lundy in former centuries
was a notorious nest of pirates. In
King Henry Ill’s time William do
Marlsco, a traitor to the king, built u
castle there and set up us an early
Captain Kidd. And so It went on
through the centuries until in the mid
dle of the eighteenth Thonms Benson,
a Barnstable merchant, who was then
lessee of the island, was convicted of
piracy and smuggling and expelled,
He had a contract for carrying con
victs to the American colonhiß and
used quietly to land them on Lundy
and use their labor there.
A BUBINESS OPPORTUNITY
As 1 am going into the coal an
wood •buainea with my father, 1 wan
to sell my present business th
H. E. Iverson.
PEPYS AND EVELYN.
Dlflrrfooc In Method* of The*** Tv
i nriiotiM Uiurirtt*.
IVpys' narrative is always dramatic
—himself being tin- ceut-r of tin; play—
wbiie Kvelyn is historical, pathetic or
didactic, as the mood seizcghim. i’epys
gives us the comedy of his time, as
Plautus and Terence gave us the com
edy of theirs. Eveivu, on the other
hand, lias something of I.ivy in his
composition and not a little of Cicero.
Compare, for instiiuee. their treatment
of the great fire, and you may m -asiire
the distance between them. Thus it is
thal I’epyC account Is-gius: “Borne of
our maids, sitting up lav- inm night to
get things ready ngaii. • our f-.ast to
day, .fane called ns up about in tiie
morning t-> tell us of a great fire they
now in tfie city. So I rose -ad slipped
on my nightgown and wen* to her win
dow.” And now turn to Evelyn and
see the temper In wlihfi lie views th"
destruction of the ciiy. "Th - '-’ord’
of smote were dismal and rcecin I r>,
on computation rear fifiy ir'!'- ip
ksiigiV’ 1.0 write:; the and r of. -r fh'
firo. "Thus Ii f if t: G afternoon
burning, n resemldauce of Fo.lotti or
lie 1 t.u day. I foreiidy --oiled to >iv
inin-l t! - : save, 'Non eni i hie li i
I.' -mus Hi !':ile:a >-!-itii'r :n.' tlie ruin'*
resemiilli,:-. (in- pleipre of 'Troy. T.on
Ton was. tn:t it i. no more!"
I’epys -efs the scene before you like
• tceo; Evelyn reffeds rp-m the trage
dy lit " a writer, ingenious In refer.'two
and quick with allusion. We need not
dlseies wlih-li is the hotter method, hut
it may surely be said that the world
will produce another hundred Evelyns
before it fashions n lilting rival for
Blue Ribbon Beer.
•I'.' it. lecelved, u ear load of Pahs
u wing Company’s Blue Ribbon beer
'•nne 1b gold at all first class saloon
Bi flic lilv of Brunswick. Retail ir.
‘•entr, per bottle anil ?l,r>o per dozen
T. Newman, sole uirent. 21K Bav street
JOHN !). KOUNTOS,
Brunswick’s Candy Store.
Don’t buy burnt sugar and imagine
you are getting pure chocolate. Sucu
substitutes ure injurious to health.
For pure chocolate and al l other can
dies call on me.
A fresh supply received every wee'e
from Menter the famous chocolate
maker. Hither in 'bulk or in beautiful
pound and half pound boxes.
FINEST FRUITS, CIGARS AND TO
TAFFY CANDY MADE FRESH
208 Newcastle Street.
“The New Store.”
A little son is the guest of Mr. ana
Mrs. Jesse Abbott.
• • •
Mrs. B. J. Ford and little Miss
Mabel Forri are visiting relatives in
m r m
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hodgson and
ba-hy are home front Mt. Airy.—At
Mr. and Mrs. F. I). M. btrachan lett
yesterday morning to spend a day or
two in Savannah.
m m m
Mrs. W. B. Cook, Mrs. Gaddis and
Miss Frances Cook have returned
from a several weeks’ visit north.
Dr. and Mrs. 11. M. Branham and |
their children will sail on Friday
front New York and will arrive here
Mon das •
x * •
Mrs. I>. J. Gill and children have re
turned from Rome, where they hav?
been spending some time with rela
m m m
Mr. and Mrs. 1,. T. McKinnon an 1
their children have returned from a j
trip through Canada and the norther-t
* * *
Miss Vivian Norris, who is visiting
friends in Jacksonville, will spnnl
some time in Eastman li fore return
ing to tlie city.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Gordon sympathize deeply with them
in tlio loss of their little girl, wlio-e
death occurred yesterday.
* * *
Tin ladies auxiliary, St. Mark’s
Episcopal church, will meet at half
past f nir this afternoon to reorganize
for the winter's work. A full a.
tendance is urged.
* ■ ■
Rev. S. .1. Summons, who is to lie
pastor of the Baptist church, arrived
in (lie city yesterday. Mrs. Sanunons
is at present in north Georgia, but
will shortly arrive in the city.
Miss Edith Tliiot, who lias been
spending some weeks with her sister,
Mrs. Frank Miller, in Birmingham, is
expected home this evening. She
will he accompanied by her aunt,
Mrs. J. T. Stuart, of Waycross, who
will be Mrs. Thiot’s guest for two or
three days.—Savannah News.
THE CALL HAS BEEN SOUNDED.
THE WEATHER MAN IS WISE ONTO HIS BUSINESS AND HAS PU T THAT “WINTER FEELING” IN
THE AIR. THAT SUMMER SUIT THAT HAS BEEN HOUSING YOU SO FAITHFULLY IS LONGING FOR
REST. THAT FALL SUIT YOU HAVE FROM LAST SEASON IS A BIT “OFF CUT." IF YOU HAVEN’T
ANYTHING “ON” FOR TO DAY, J’JST DROP IN FOR A “PEEP.” YOU WILL BE SURPRISED HOW OUR
ASSORTMENT OF STYLISH CLOTHING WILL APPEAL TO YOUR WELL DRESSED IDEAS.
THE CUT TO THE LEFT SHOWS
ONE OF OUR SWAGGER STYLES
FOR YOUNG MEN. THESE SUITS
ARE MADE ON EXTREME STYLES
AND EMBODY IN THEIR MAKEUP
THE VERY LATEST IN THE WAY
OF YOUNG MFN'S TCCCERY.
The Newest Shapes and Colors in Soft and Stiff Hats
THE BRUNSWICK DAiLY Ntw* OCTOBER 2, 1906,
Mr. Lucius Hardee Bassant is the
guest of his aunt, Mrs. J. D. Sparks.
■ a a
Mrs. E. F. Coney left Sunday for
Thoinasville, where she goes to at
tend the reunion of the Diiion family
in celebration of the eighty-first hirt,:
day of Judge It. J. Dillon.
Mr. Geo. Cook leaves this week for
New Jersey. He will* return in about
two weeks bringing with him Mrs.
Geo. Cook, and Miss Mildred Lyon,
who is to spend the winter here.
WATCH THIS PAPER FCR FALL
ANNOUNCEMENT FROM MISS
KATE SLATER, BRUNSWICK’S
Notice to Debtors anci Creditors
Notice is hereby given to the debto
to the estate of Hannah T. Osborn
late of said county, deceased, to ren
der in an account of their demaf-.d-;
to me within the time prescribed ?>v
law. properly made out All persona
ndobted to said deceased are request
d to make immediate payment to the
undersigned. This 29th. day of Au
gust, ISO 6.
W F. Symons,
Executor of the estate of Hannan
WATCH THIS PAPER FOR FALL.
ANNOUNCEMENT FROM MISS
KATE SLATER, BRUNSWICK'S
L ing up 286-3, Leben's bakery an
get some of those delicious almoml
maroons tday, 100 A street.
WATCH THIS PAPER FOR FALL
ANNOUNCEMENT FROM M 135
KATE SLATER, BRUNSWICK”!
WATCH THIS PAPER FOR FALL
ANNOUNCEMENT FROM MiSS
KATE SLATER, BRUNSWICK"!
AT ST. SIMON PI PR
GOOD MEALS AND LODGINGS
AT KING CITY
ST. SIMON PIER
MRS. B. HARRELL.
SHOES OF ALL KINDS AND'
STYLES AT PEERSON’S.
See us for ail High Grade Pianos
FLEMING & BRYANT
118 NEWCASTLE ST. PHONE 53.
NEXT TO GODLINESS
Lei us be your Wash woman
Cline & Ludwig, Props.
Bottlers of Coco Cola and other Soft
110 RICHMOND OT. PHONE 129.
V” 05” i| Vy? ft: V 1? & l 05; '< s i They overcome Weal-■
“T-'-T *“ n i?il '% Sim i n? v ness, irregularity an.
1.. • i tolUi !i .ui...; en, ii itjf omissions, increase vig
t' “T ~—•” - '--—or and banish ‘‘pains
01 menstruation.” They arc •- t.lb'B SAVJ3BS” to girls at
M&WW v-'Unauuooil, aiding development of organs and body. Kc
Jgaifej’jS-sw. , io ‘ vn remedy for women eenals them. Cannot do'harm—life
‘‘‘-•eoiiies a pleasure. *1 t*o MIK BOX BY MAIL. Soli*
’WaaS®’ *'? drusffrists. Cii. Mu rrs CHEMICAL CO.. Cleveland, Ohio
IN CONNECTION WITH OUR FINE
LINE OF CLOTHING WE CARR f
THE BEST MAKES OF SHOES,
HATS. AND FURNISHING GOODS.
FOR BOYS WE HAVE THE OTH
ERS FRIEND. SHIRTWAIST AND
BLOUSE. BLACK CAT HOSE, TINE
HATS AND SHOES.
WE AIM TO PLEASE.
I Made to Syracuse. !