—NEWEST STYLES IN—
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR GENTLEMEN
The right style is’oneof the things ij|j| we shall take pleasure in showing you our new
that you can count on in our T+l cr ,,, ACC ri nTurc
SCHLOSS CLOTHES - hLOSS CLOTWE "
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put there to stav by expert tailors \ HP, MASTER HANDS
-1 * * ■ If* w\ WE WOULD LIKE FOR YOU TO INSPECT THE NEW SCHLOSS
who know what style is ’B, 4 Jjß||BjJ:\ IMS “ harvard " sack - ° ne of the best designs for fall.
A&sSKT .-- * WE HAVE NUMEROUS OTHER “SCHLOSS” MODELS OF UN-
K NOW YOUR CLOTH Es'aßEßi'gH’ j USUAL CHARACTER AND SMAR TNESS. SPECIALLY BROUGHT OUT
# RIGHT QUALITY, TAILORING AND II 'V , llJilbltey **C?AAA HP“\£ M
FIT AS WELL. | UJ |l O AIVI K C.L* l\
way about what* **• ~o“ •*><•*
ever you, buy here. * onß ’^ an d away from the vulgar and |1 ~ l s
M TO 5301 515.00 TO $30.00
We also carry a large stock of the famous “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 . $.3.50
To Consumers $lO 00
PABST CELEBRATED BLUE RIEBON
To Dealers $10.50
To Consumers $ll.OO
THE PABST EXPORT
' To Dealers ' $ 9.30
4 To Consumers slo.ou
EVERARDS NEW YORK BEER >
To Dealers slo.Ou
To Gensumers $10.50
EXPORT $ 8.00
218 BAY STREET SOLE AGENT.
Direct 88. Service between New York and Brunswick
( EVERY FRID * Y NEW YORK AT 1 P M.
SAItINUb: every Friday frim Brunswick ti suit TiDe.
Lowest Rate* and Unsurpassed
com m relations
Apply a w. M. V UPPER A CO. or C. H. MALLORY A CO.
; A**hm. •runawlek. Q*. 13 ■urllrte Bile. Naw York City
i. 8. DAVIS, E. F. TAYLOR
| DAVIS & TAYLOR
Uitery Feed and Sale Stable
a HEAW drayaoe, stock pc r sale, prompt hack service
If Cor 0 and D Strooto 2f
THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS, THUJ.3DAY, OCTOBER 4, 1908.
Effective January 9, 1906.
N. B. Following schedule figures
published only as information and
are uot guaranteed.
TO THE NORTH AND EAST.
Nos. 23. 34. 17. 30
nv. Brunswick 9.50a. 8.30 p
Ar. Jesup 11.20a. 10.20 p
Ar. Savannah 1.05 p. , 12.15a
i. Columbia 7.00 p. 6.00a
.w. Asheville 1.06 p
ar. Charlotte 10.25 p. 9.55a
Ar. Danville 2.21a, 2.10 p
Ar. Richmond 6.58 p. 6.42 p
Ar. Washington 9.50a. 9.50 p
Ar. Baltimore 10.50a. 11. lip
Ar. Philadelphia 1 p. 2.35a
Ar. New York 3.30 y. 6.30a
TO THE WEST.
Nos. 15. ' 13
Lv. Brunswick 6.50a. 3.30 p
Ar. Jesup B.loa. 10.20 p
Ar. Ma ?un 1.30 p. , 4.00a
Ar. Atlanta 4.10 p. 6.30a
Ar. Home 7.10 p. 7.25a
Ar. Chattanooga 9.55 p. 9.45a
Ar. Knoxville 1.40a. l.lOp
Ar. Louisville 8.50a. B.lop
Ar. Cincinnati 8.15a. ’• 7.40 p
Ar. St. Louis 6.12 p. \ 7.32a
Ar. Birmingham 9.15 p. 12.01a
Ar. Memphis 7.05a 8.05 p
Ar. Kansas City 9.40a
Ar. Chicago 7.23 k
Trains arrive at Brunswick as fol
No. 14 arrives at Brunswick at 8.00
a. m. with connections from Bar
annap and Bast, and also from At
lanta and V.’sat.
No. 16 arrives at 4.25 p. m. from At
lanta 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 Jesup, Atlanta, Cincinnati,
Chicago, Kansas City, and Colorado
UNEXCELLED Dining car ser
vice on ail trains.
For information ai to rates and
schedules, etc., appW to
H. B. SPENCER, G. M„ Washington
t>. tt HARDWICK, P. T. M.,Waah
lngton, u C
W. H. IaYDOB, G. P. A.. Wain
lngton, D. C.
BRODKB MORGAN, A. G. P. A.
. a. HOOBEMAND. A„ Brunswick,
Oft., ‘Phone K 1
O. 11. Wootten, of Lumber City, was
here yesterday. j
A. C. Banks lias returned from a
trip to New York.
H. L. Smith, of Savannah, spent yes
terday in the city.
Ed Decker and Jonn i woony leayj
Saturday for New York.
T. W. Mallard returned yesterday
from a visit to Thomasvilie.
Frank Marsh, of Atlanta, is spend
ing a lew days in the city.
Judge A. J. Crovatt left last nigiit
on a business flip to Atlanta.
Hoe. Thomas W. Lamb was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
James S. Wright has returned from
a pleasant visit to Novia Scotia.
H. ("’iruthcrs, of Athens, was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
J. R Burrows, of Atlanta, was regis
tered at the Oglethorpe yesterday.
T. H. Raines, of Savannah, was a
guest at the Oglethorpe yesterday.
J. Hunter Hopkins returned ye si c
day from a business trip to Savannah.
F. D. Aiken is back from a business
trip to New York and other eastern
Supt. Wilburn, of the A., B. & A.,
has returned from a business trip
over the road.
Capt. W. M. Tupper has returned
from a business and pleasure trip to
Capt. C. A. Russell has returned
from a pleasant visit to New York anu
other eastern cities.
Dr. C. M. Gowen was a passenger
on the Mallory liner Sabine, which
arrived from New York yesterday.
Durability, style and comfort In ail
shoes bought from Peersr.n.
All kinds and styles of shoes at
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ain one quart of milk. Put It Into
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Tin work of all kinds and oondit
loius promptly dou-4. Cobh A Whooker,
*ll Newnaatala street Vetspbo*
Call up Davis and Taylor's stables
If you want dirt for raising your k>*
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE O®
SCHOOL SHOES AT LOW PRiCBB
G. Goldstein has remdved his sho
shop from 309 Newcastle street to 31
OR. GEO. COIE4TER,
All domootlo animals troatod.
lam Ordoro at Scum's Dtkb start
OMrSi w . i
Two white messenger boys; ca.i
■earn Eroui SIB.OO to $25.00 per mouth.
Apply .Western Union Telegraph Com
Old fashioned pound cake, tire kiu>
mother used to make, 25 cents per
pound at Lebeu’s bakery, 100 ▲ street
It hereby given to the creditor
of the estate of John Henderson
late of oaid 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
nrent to the undersigned. This Au
J. M. Mostly
Administrator o l John Henderson