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H¥t SfttmSWICK DA!LV NEWS V UESDAV, OCTOBER 2,*1906,
COUNTY IS FULL
OVER FOUR THOUSAND ARE NOW
ON THE LIST IN GLYNN
There arc exactly 4.000 delinquents
in tilvnn county according to the lis
just prepared by the ordinary, the
clerk of the superior court and the tax
collector. The work occupied several
days and there were quite a numbe"
added to it.
Counted among tiie delinquents of :i
county are the tax defaulters, lunatic
and criminals who have served in tne
penitentiary for a crime involving
moral turpitude. The list is revised
on e every two years in every countv
in the state and of course each time
a number of names are added. Tun
ulynn county list has gradually grown
until there are now " tour thousand
names on it. These delinquents, ot
course, are barred from voting in the
The large majority of the delin- j
quents in this county, as well as else
where in the state are negroes. Many ,
of them are barred because of crime, j
while the great majority are disqual.
ued because of the non-payment oi
Of course those delinquents who are I
disqualified because they tailed to pa.,
their tax cun at any time, upon the
payment of ail executions against
them, become qualified voters of the
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TO SHOES AND CAN .GIVE THE
BEST QUALITY, MOST COMFORT,
AND LATEST STYLES. PEERSO
NEW CUSTOMERS HAVE
ASKED US TO SEND FOR
THEIR NEXT ORDERS.
WHO WILL BE THE
OCTOBER IS HERE.
PHCNE US FOR ORDER BOY
214 NEWCASTLE ST.
NUMBER OF LOCAL ATTORNEYS
FAVOR HIM FOR THE COURT
After the meeting of the Bar Asso
ciation yesterday afternoon and a
subsequent one of the lawyers at the
court house, a number of the mem
bers of the bar, among them being
judge Courtiand Symmes, Col. C. V.
| Goodyear, Hon. H. F. Dumvody, Hon.
IE. C. Butts. Judge Max fsaa s, ami
Col. R. E. Dart, in an iniormal meet
ing, determined to request The News
to pu li.-li their advocacy of Judge
D. M. Roberts, of Eastman, formerly
a member of the liar of the Bruns
wick judicial circuit, for many years
a judge, and a resident of the Eleventh
congressional district, us their ciioic -
or one of the three judges of tne
court of appeals, and to give expres
sion to their belief in the man, in his
character, as a great- true-hearted
Georgian, in his ability as a lawyer
and in his worthiness as a judge.
QUANDARY ABOUT SCHOOL TAX.
Ooubt as to Right to Collect From
The various school districts and the
several counties of the state which
have voted in favor of the to ul sc'nooi j
tax system under the MoMichael bill
are in somewhat, of a quandary., it
was recently decided by Attorney Uen
eral John C. Hart that under the
amended law no local school tax could
lie collected from the railroad coni- 1
panics prior to 1907, 'because the new
law does not provide for special re
turns to fit the case until next year.
Now Ihe question is, can these school
uistrii ts ami counties collect, the
i lasses of property without violating
the constitutional provision against
JUDGE ADAMS WON’T ACCEPT.
Congressional Convention in First to
The First congressional convention,
which was deadlocked for two or three
weeks, will meet in Savannah again
to-morrow for the purpose of hearing
from Judge Samuel Adams, of that;
city, who has ‘been nominated for
it is generally stated that Judge|
Adams will refuse the nomination aim i
the convention will again lie thrown
into a deadlock. Both Messrs. Bran
nen and Shepard will again be placed
in nomination, but it is quite certain
tnat neither of them will win tim
nomination. Another dark horse will
doubtless be nominated.
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ANNOUNCEMENT FROM MISS
KATE SLATER. BRUNSWICK’S
Notice Glynn Aerie, 1183, F. O. B.
All members are urgently requeste I
to attend the meeting to-niglit. It is
very important that you should ho
present. HAllttY .MII.t.ER, W. P.
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ANNOUNCEMENT FROM MISS
KATE SLATER, BRUNSWICK’S
NEVER BEFORE HAVE WE SHOWN
SUCH A VARIETY OF STYLES
AND MATERIALS AS WE
HAVE THIS SEASON
WE SHALL BE GLAD TO HAVE
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I HAVE THE HANDS CMEST LINE OF FALL HATS EVER
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ALL KINDS OF PLAITING. BUTTONS MADE ON SHORT
HAVE YOUR BANDS, FOLDS. PIPING, PINKING MADE
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