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—NEWEST STYLES IN—.
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR GENTLEMEN
The ris>*ht stvle is one of the things WE shalltake pleasure in showing you our new
that you can count ff "s C|ILOSS CLOTHES
SCHLOSS CLOTHiS tglm7\
■ —— ——- | m WE HAVE THEM IN ALL THU NEW MODELS, DESIGNED B*
put there to stay by expert tailors \ master hands.
VVE WOULD LIKE FOR YOU TO INSPECT THE NEW SCHLOSS
who know what Style is W 4 “HARVARD" sack, one of the best designs for fall.
IT'° WORTH A GOOD DEAL TO W “ HAVE NUMEROUS OTHER ’SCHLOSS" MODELS OF UN
#f f/ jS USUAL CHARACTER AND SMARTNESS SPECIALLY BROUGHT OIIT
ertuiALLT uItUUbHT OU .
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B of dross are sane ’ whose inclination : T^o r 'Tv^
*l3mm is toward the strictly correct in fash- ! f
ions, and away from the vulgar and ■ 0
fhppant ' The impression crea,ed by if -
invariably fa vora blr in “Sampeck" |^.
Kjl inner breast pocket of coat. j j ..}
PRICES RANGE FROM \ i'l
*•**• $15.00 10 $30.00 S®Ss~ $15.00 TO $30.00$ ii4 ■£
We also carry a large stock of the famous I! SAMPECK” Clothes for Young Men
CLOTHERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY.
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THE ORIGINAL BUDWEISER
To Dealers per Barrel $10.50
To Consumers $ll.OO
ANHEUSER BUSCH EXPORT
To Dealers $.9.50
To Consumers $lO 00
PABSTCELEBRATED BLUE RIBBON
To Dealers $10.50
To Consumers $ll.OO
THE. PABST EXPORT
To Dealers $ 9.50
To Consumers slo.oo
EVERARDS NEW YORK BEER
To Dealers slo.ou
To (Consumers $10.50
EXPORT $ 8.00
218 BAY STREET SOLE AGENT.
Direct 88. Service between New York and Brunswick
EVER\*’ FRIDAY FROM NEW YORK AT 1 P. M.
bAILINUo. EVER ' FRIDAY FRIM BRUNSWICK Tl SUIT TIDE.
Lowest Rates a'd Unsurpassed
Apply tl W. M. I UPPER A CO. or C. H. MALLORY ft CO.
*•*. Brunswick. Oa. *3 Burn re Sll|>. Naw York CUr
4. B. DAVIS, E. ?. TAYLOR
D4VIS & TAYLOR
Ltivery Feed and Sale Stable
HEAVY DRAYAGE, STOCK FO R SALE. PROMPT HACK SERVICE
Cor G and D Streata PJiona V
THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY n,'■metro o iarut
Effective January 9, 1906.
N. 11. Following schedule figures
published only as information and
are not guaranteed.
TO THE NORTH AND EAST.
Nos. 23. 34. 1.. 80
L.v. Brunswick 9.50a. 3.30 p
Ar. Jesup 11.20a. 10.20 p
Ar. savannah l.usp. . 12.15a
. .i. Columbia 7.UUp. 6.00a
,i. Asneville 1.05 p
Ar. Charlotte 10.25 p. a 9.55a
Ar. Danville 2.21a 2.10 p
Ar. Richmond 6.58 p. ti.42p
Ar. Washington 9.50a. 9.50 p
Ar. Baltimore 10.56a. 11.1:p
Ar. Philadelphia 1 >p. 2.25a
Ar. New York 3.30 p. G.3Ua
TO THE WEST.
Nos. 15. 13
Lv. Brunswick 6.50a. 3.30 p
Ar. Jesup B.ioa. 10.20 p
Ar. Ala ;on 1.30 p. 4.00a
Ar. Atlanta 4.10 p. 6.30a
Ar. Rome 7.10 p. 7.25a
Ar. Chattanooga 9.55 p. 9.45a
Ar. Knoxville 1.40a. l.lOp
Ar. Louisville S.soa. B.lop
Ar. Ciucinuati 8.15a. 7.40 p
Ar. St. Louis 6.12 p. 7.32a
Ar. Birmingham 9.15 p. 12.01a
Ar. Memphis 7.05a. B.U5p
Ar. Kansas City 9.40a
Ar. Chicago 7.23 t.
Trains arrive at Brunswick as fol
No. 14 arrives at Brunswick at 8.00
a. ni. with connections from Sav
uuuab and East, and also from At
lanta and V.'-tHt.
No. 16 arrives at 4.25 p. in. from At
iaata and West.
THROUGH CAR SERVICE.
Nos. 29 and 30, “WASHINGTON AND
FLORIDA LIMITED,, carrying
Pullman, Drawing room and Sleep
lng cars between Jesup and New,
Nos. 13 and 14, "The FLORIDA
LIMITED" carry through Pullman
Drawing room, Sleeping cars be
tween Jeup, Atlanta, Cincinnati.
Chicago, Kansas City, and Colorado
UNEXCELLED Dining car see.
rice on a.i trains.
For information an to rates and
schedules, etc., appiv to
H. B. SPENCER, G. M , Washington
8. n HARDWICK, P. T. M.,Wasn
ington, L. U.
W. H. IaYLOB, G. P. A, Wash
lngton, D. C.
BROOKS MORGAN, A. O. P. A.
H. fl. HOOSEMAN.G.A,, Brunswick,
Oa., ‘Phone lex
♦ 4, 4 4 4
M. Foster, of Savannah, spent yes
terday in the city.
W. -A. Webb, of Atlanta, spent ye ;-
terday in the city.
C. 11. Ficlter, of Savannah, spent
yesterday in the city.
E. D. McGougan has returned fror i
a business trip to Savannah.
C. 11. Andrews, of Nashville, Tenn,
spent yesterday in the city.
.1. P. Legare, of Charleston, is
spending a few days in the city.
S. Jenkins has returned to Way
cross after a short visit to the city.
J). Weather, a well known citizen
of Pearson, was in the city yesterdav.
C. L Vi gel, of Macon, was among
those registered at the Oglethorpe
Elliott Butts, who lias been living
in Atlanta for several months, has re
turned li, the city again to make It
W. I). MeCraig, traveling auditor of
the Atlantic Coast’ Line, with head
quarters in Wilmington, was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
A. G. Foster, of Madison, was in (lie
city yesterday in the interest of trie
candidacy of Iris father, Judge Fret
( . Foster, who is in the race for the
MORGAN & DAVIS
AGENTS FOR ACME BREWING CO.
Mail order busi=
ness a specialty.
224-226 BAY ST.
/* • *, *1
Tin work of all kinds sad coudlt
lowa promptly don't. Cobb & VVHeeler,
tit Newcaataia at. rent Yelepboii
Call up Davis and Taylor’s stables
if you want dirt for raising your lo'
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE
SCHOOL SHOES AT LOW PRICES
C. Goldstein has removed bis sho
shop from 309 Newcastle street to 31
DR. GEO. COE3TER,
VETERINARY SURGE Of
AM domestic animals trusted.
Lmv Or dart at •ruaa's Drug Star*
PH4HM m- 4
Dissolve one package of
Jell-0 Icc Cream Powder
In one quart of milk. Put It Into
tho freezer and In ten minute*
you’ve got two quarts of most de
licious Ice Cream.
Tliat'a all there Is to ft—No
Eggs— No Flavoring— No Sweet
ening—No extras to add — all that
is done in the powder.
Jell-0 Icc Creatm Powder
reduces tho cost to about one cent
a plate, so that everyone can afford
to eat iL
Take your choice of : four Had*;
Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry
and Un flavored.
Two packages foV aj cents at
Grocers or by mail. In ordering
by mail give name of grocer and
ask for one of our new illustrated
The Genesee Pore Food Cos.,
u: ROY, N. Y.
Twenty-five tie choppers ana to
wood cutters to work at Lcicht, o
the A., B. & A. railroad. Apply ♦
superintendent of camp of Taylor
Cook Cypress Company, Lelcht, Ga.
Old fashioned pound c-iKe, tire kin.
mother used to make, 25 cents per
pound at Lebeu’s bakery, 100 A street.
is hereby given to the creditor
of the estate of John Henderson
late of said county, deceased, to ren
der in an account of their demands to
me within the time prescribed by la •
properly made out. And all person
indebted to said deceased are here
by requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned. This Au
gust 31, 190 b.
J. M. Moeely
Administrator of John Henderson