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RIVERS TO REACH
ERE FLOOD STAGE
ALTAMAHA AND OCMULGEE EX
PECTED TO GO OVER BANKS
BECAUSE OF RAINS.
Warning has been sent out by th -
weather bureau at Macon, notifying
the people living along the Altamaha
and Oemulgee rivers that, owing to
tbe heavy raiiiß of tne past few day-:
and the possible continuance of same
the river* will probably reach tne
flood stage, and it is believed tluo
they will both be over the banks
within the next few days. Foiiowin ;
is the warning received by The News
“'Owing to heavy rainfall over th“
water shed of the Altamaha during
the past 24 hours, and tbe probability
of the continuance of the same, the j
flood stage’ will be reached at u!i |
points on the Oemulgee and Oconee j
*“ GEORGE E. LAWTON.
"Official in Charge."
F— infanta and Children
the vind You Have Always Bougfc!
Shoes for your wife; shoes for your
children; shoes for yourself at Peer
AT ST. SIMON PIER
GOOD MEALS AND LODGINGS
AT KING CITY
; ST. SIMON PIER
MRS. B. HARRELL.
A BUBINEBS OPPORTUNITY
As 1 am going into the coal an
wood buslnes with tny father, 1 wan
!o sell my present business th
H. E. Iverson.
| THE CALL HAS BEEN sounded. J
fTHE WEATHER MAN IS WISE ONTO HIS BUSINESS AND HAS PUT THAT “WINTER FEELING" IN
THE AIR. THAT SUMMER SUIT THAT HAS BEEN HOUSING YOU SO FAITHFULLY 13 LONGING FOR | i
REST. THAT FALL SUIT YOU HAVE FROM LAST SEASON IS A BIT “OFF CUT.” IF YOU HAVEN’T f I
I ANYTHING “ON" FOR TO DAY, J'JST DROP IN FOR A “PEEP.” YOU WILL BE SURPRISED HOW OUR Mft/ JpjjjkJ
' j ASSORTMENT OF STYLISH CLOTHING WILL APPEAL TO YOUR WELL DRESSED IDEAS.
the CUT to THE LEFT SHOWS LINE OF CLOTHING WE CARR' I
ONE OF OUR SWACGER STYLES THE BEST MAKES OF SHOES, T
FOR YOUNG MEN. THESE SUITS '7® '‘gf HATS. AND FURNISHING GOODS. k |]feL
ARE MADE ON EXTREME STYLES Sft lT FOR BOYS WE HAVE THE MOTH- I'fllH §
AND EMBODY IN THEIR MAKE-UP lk CRS FRIEND, SHIRTWAIST AND | $8 ■* Wjt-
Tilt VERY LATEST IN THE WAY IXk.jji/i BLOUSE, BLACK CAT HOSE, FINE J&M \TMggjpi fifes-
OF YOUNG MEN S TOGGERY. yfW. F HATS AND SHOES. Vn#- 1
J WE AIM TO PLEASE -
The Newest Shapes and Colors in Soft and Stiff Hats
“WOOD-BAILEY CLOTHING CO.
“The New Store.”
RAD HOT WALKED
FOR 11 MONTHS
Terrible Sore on Ankle Caused
Awful Suffering—Could Not Sleep
nor Rest Physician Said Leg
Would Have to Be Amputated.
CURED BY CUTICURA
IN SIX WEEKS
“ I had a terrible sore on my ankle
and had not walked any for eleven
months. I tried nearly everything
without any benefit and had a doctor,
but he didn’t seem to do any good. He
said ! would iiave to havp my leg
taken off. and tiiai I would never walk
again. I suffered awful, and at night
i could not sleep at all. I thought
'there was no rest for me, but as soon
a i began to u-e Cui.icura Soap and
< iintinent it commenced healing nicely.
1 bathed the ankle with warm water
oul (.'uticura Soap and then applied
(•uticura Ointment to the affected
part, and laid a cloth over the sore
to hold it in place. After two weeks
1 could walk around in my room real
good, and in six weeks’ time my ankle
was entirely cured and i was walking
around out of doors. I am enjoying
perfect health and iiave gone to work
and feel as well as I ever did in my life,
so 1 know that the Cutieura Remedies
arc the best in the world.
“ Cutieura was recommended to me
by a lady who had used it when her
baby’s head was so full of sores he could
not lie down. She had to set him up
in her arms to sleep, (signed) SJflrs.
Mary Dickerson, Louisa,C. 11. Va., April
Consisting of Cutieura Soap
Ointment and Pills
May now be had for one dollar. A single
set is often sufficient to euro the most
torturing, disfiguring, itching, burning,
and scaly humors, eczemas, rashes,'and
in it.itions, with loss of hair, from in
fancy to age, when nil other remedies
and even the best physicians fail.
Cutieura Soap, Olntinm.i, uml Pills, nr<> wild Hi rough tut
the world. Poller Drtiff ''U“1II. Cor|) , Itoston. '•ole Pi, *
UO"' Mailed Free, “ Skin ami lilooii PinittcHtioit."
Blus Ribbon Beer.
Just lecalved, 11 car load i>r Palis
Brewing Company’s Blue Ribbon beer
'■'imo Is.sold at all first class saloon
1 1 the city of Brunswick. Retail 15
1 ms per bottle and $1,50 per dozen
T. Newman, sole agent. 218 Bav street.
SHOES. BOYS AND GIRLS. AT
THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS, THURSOAV, OCTOBER 4, 1906.
Mrs. T. G. Stacy left Monday to
enter the hospital in Savannah.
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Miss Carrie Stacy will return this
week from a visit to Savannah.
Mrs. H. B. Robinson has returned
from a pleasant visit to Asheville.
Mrs. W. B. Cook and Miss Frances
Cook returned yesterday from New
m m m
Miss Kezsste Conoley returned yes
terday from Athens, where she visited
The friends of Miss laiis Rumph
will be grieved to bear that she is
suffering with a sprained ankle.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Miller, of Hines
viile, will be the guests of Mrs. Mary
St.a y, the latter part of the weelv.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Banks returned
yesterday from New York and ar.i
the guests of Mrs. T. F. Smith for a
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The Ladies of the Maccabees wi’i
meet at half past three 011 Friday
afternoon at the hall. A full attend
ance is urged.
* * *
Mrs. Thomas W. Mallard and chil
dren have returned from a pleasant
visit to Thomasvllle.
Mrs. R E. Sherman and children
left yesterday morning to visit rela
tives and friends in Augusta.
Mrs E. It. Conant having rcturnel
from a delightful visit in New York
stall is now the guests of friends in
<• a a
Mr. and Mrs. B. Whitfield and Miss
Miri on Whitfield have returned from
a trip to New York, Washington,
North Carolina and Montgomery, Ala.
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The following cards were received
here yesterday by relatives:
“Mr and Mrs. Fleming Grantland
diiliignon request the pleasure or
your company at the marriage of their
daughter, Mary Lamar, to Mr. Wil
liam Cooper Anderson Henry, on the
afternoon of Tuesday, the sixteenth of
October, at 5 o’clock, nine hundred
and twenty-five Peachtree street, At
lanta, Ga ”
Miss Janie Symons entertained a
number of young people delightfully
last evening at. her home on Monk
street The rooms and porches were
prettily decorated for tne occasion,
the Japanese note predominating. A
number of the girls wore Japanese
costumes, which added to the prett;,-
, effect. Various games were played
and the evening was a delightful suc
Those present were Misses Buford
Johnson, Mary Lee Crovatt, Madge
Young, Tallulah Fleming, Maude
Nightingale, Rebecca Brown, Julia
Brown, Kezzie Conoley, Irene Woof:
and riaddie McCullough. Messrs.
Hugh Burford, Leighton Burroughs,
John Pace, W. D. Bailey, S. K. Brown.
Homes Sheldon, Paul Twitty, George
Sherman, Alfred Crovatt, C. M. Petti
cord and Mr. Hardee Bessant, of Jack
Infants’ socks. 15 to 25 cents va'.uo:-
at 5 cents per pair at Sig Levisop.
Oil clothing of all kinds at Sig Levi- :
SHOES OF ALL KINDS AND
STYLES AT PEERSON’S.
I CAN FURNISH AND PLANT ON
SHORT NOTICE, CABBAGE. MAG
NOLIA, SYCAMORE, MAPLE DOG
WOOD, OAK AMD UMBRELL
TREES. GIVE ME A TRIAL.
D. B. PYLES.
023 E Street.
FROM THE BEST SOURCES
How and where a grocery stock i
bought determines its val ueand qual
tty. We could buy cheap stuff and
sell to you at cheap prices. Yo
might think we would be good peo
pie to trade with —'but we wouldn’t
he. 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 iuteu
to maintain our reputation for honest
in all things.
See us for all High Grade Pianos
FLEMING & BRYANT
118 NEWCASTLE ST. PHONE 53.
NEXT TO GODLINESS
I-Ci us be your Wash woman
Cline & Ludwig, Props.
Bottlers of Coco Cola and other Soft
110 RICHMOND ST. PHONE 129.
‘ i ’iJ ? f "•*? * They overcome Weal’
h* 2 .irregularity am
'.jMgTTy * *** *.7*, * ”* s ■* ~*:• 1 i * omissions, increase vi^
7 or and banish “paint*
’ XWv an • f -' 3 12 SAVERS” to girls at
■j-'W uornannood, aiding 1 develop ■■mmi of organs and body. Nc
WOki'Jzkm , ,CUVn remedy for Women equals them. Cannot do'harm—life
w.pu.*ur ? fI.ooSTUiiOXUYMAIL. Sole.
siAi-iSP, ' * > tlrugmsts. ott. MuJ T“s oUKMICAL CO.. Cleveland, Ohio