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Bay u good word for Brunswick in
else make a noise like a clam.
With $7,000 worth of furniture, tbai
White Oak Club is going to bs a
Candtcate Peeples proba'hly fee s
like the fellow who went up In u bal
loon and fell out.
The coal men are beginning to sit
up and take uotice with a view or
Wiling uny vacancy left by the Ice men.
Provisional Governor Taft, ot
Cuba, bus the laugh on the other gov
ernors on the Item of campaign cx-
The cold day In Auglst might have
been a rarity, but these warm Bruns
wick days in October are gay birds
hard to find.
It is time for the people of Bruns
wick to cut out factional politics and
standing office-holders and elect v
business tlcke to the coumdlmanlc
board next year.
TO ADVERTISE BRUNSWICK.
Alm Its lust meeting the Commercial
Jjeugne Inaugurated n campaign of ad
vertlslng Brunswick that ought to be
commended by the jteople of this city
generally. While the expenditures for
the pre.-ent will not be very great, con
sisting of u display advertisement i:i
\the Manufacturers’ Record, the Len
contemplates the placing of large
advertisements in all of the Indus
trial papers in the country at a very
early mite. The step is certainly -
splendid one and especially is it a
wise move at this time, when the eyes
of the commercial world are now
focused on this city, and when the
energetic investor is constantly sees
lng proper fields toi Judicious Invest
This is only one of a great many
good things that the Commercial Lea
gone Is doing for Brunswick and It is
another splendid illustration of the
value that the organisation cun auj
will do for this city if the publl-2-
splrlted people will only get behind if
and give It the proper character of
Just now, when the entire country is
undergoing a great industrial develop
ment, when live and progressive com
munities ate vlelng with each other
In the maatter of attracting new capi
tal and new citlsenthlp. the cautious
use ot prlters ink Is bound to bring
splendid results to that community,
wise enough to use It.
This step of the Commercial Lea
gue Is In full keeping with the pres
ent spirit of the times, and the mem
ber# ct that energetic organization are
to he congratulated on this display
of SBUrjMta* ag progressive****.
TAFT S LITTLE “JOLLY.”
it was harly expected that so ex
perienced a diplomat as Secretary
Taft would deliver an address before
the university stuaents at Havana
without giving them at least a little
jollying.” Mr. Taft no doubt knew it
would be acceptable under the condi
tions. and fear would seriously con
sider wnether it was literally true, m
the course of his addres he said:
“We shall, I am confident, be able
to point with pride to the fact that
me United States is not an exploiting
nation, but that she has such deep
sympathy with the progress of the
popular government as to be willing
to expend her blood and her treasure
in making the spread of such govern
merit in the world successful.”
Mr. Taft can hardly believe this t >
be a fact in the light of history. How
over symtiialhetie individuals of anv
nation may be, however graceful or]
altruistic they may be, the fact re-1
mains that nations, as such, have no j
souls, and are thoroughly selfish. Na- j
lions are governed by self-interest j
and there Is no reason to expect this j
to undergo a change Wars have been j
selfish in their objects if not in their
inception. When the sympathy of in
dividual American! was worked up
over the cruelties practiced In Cum
under Spanish rule (lie United States
government professed to he actuated
solely by sympathy for the Cubans in
going to war with Spain Was this
actually I rue. It it: hard for an in
telligent American citizen to believe
it. If the United States government
had no interests Involved would there
have been such a war? T)ld not the
United States take what It then
thought was valuable territory?
ff disturbances in Cuba In no way
affected the United States, If it weie
not to the Interests of tho United
States to restore order in tho Inland,
who believes American troops would
now be there? American Intervention
in Cuba Is based upon American In
terests and when the Washington
government believes annexation of
Cuba is to he the interest of the
American nation, annexation it will
lie. Annexation is only a question of
time, because It will not be very long
before the Washington government
will realize Its advantages. All talk
about the sympathy and gratitude and
alutruism id' nations as such is fool
ish. There Is no . such thing. Na
tions are as selfish ns they are soul
less. They always have been and la
ways will he.
They say that Cuba and Pennsyl
vania are about the same size. That's
doing Cuba anjuctivice hv comparison
all eight enough.
• Those thirteen defeated candidates
for the court of appeals are probable
drinking Red Raven splits for a
chaser this morning.
I*roir all indications the First con
grcsstonal district is trying to do the
Delaware act and have no represen
tation in the next congress.
The shipping record at the port or
Brunswick for the month of October
promises to be a splendid one, an,
has opened up in great shape.
Brunswick needs a great many more
smau lactories and the wisp mnnu
fact me' with smalll capatal will do
well to visit this city and look over
The city council and the Mutual
iagl't & Water Compnnw are doing
the "you shan't play in our yard” stunt
to the perfect satisfaction of every
V'cn nersery in the state.
The Commercial la-ague and the
Board of Trade are both doing a
great work for Brunswick, and every
patriotic and'energetic business man
in ih-s city should belong to one or
the other of these splendid organiza
tions. Join right now and assist in
the great work.
WATCH THIS PAPER FOR FALL
ANNOUNCEMENT FROM MISS
KATE SLATER, BRUNSWICK'S
SHOES OF ALL KINDS AND
STYLES AT PEERSON'S.
Shoes for your wife; shoes for your
children; shoes for yourself at Peer
' WATCH THIS PAPER FOR FALL
ANNOUNCEMENT FROM MISS
KATE SLATER, BRUNSWIt K'S
Cal) up t)avl# and Taylor's stable
if you want dirt tor talcing your lets
r HS •AUfcSWiCk 6AILV UtWb, sundav, oc+6ee 7, 190.
4 m W' f you thinlt constipation is of trifling
# A}/Tsf § 7/1* /J consequence, just ask your doctor.
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i We publish the formula* J. C. Ayer Cos ,
of our preparations. Lowell, Mass.
AT THE TOP
t CLIMBING TO THE TOP OF
THE LADDER OF BIG CLOTH
SENDS FORTH A MESSAGE |
Of A GREATER CLOTHING ,
ARE SO FAR REMOVED ;
FROM THE COMMONPLACE |
RFADY MADE, AND HAV £ I
ALL THE CUSTOM-TAILORED j
PRICESRANGE FROM SIO.OO
AND AT THF.SE MARKS !
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RIGHT STYLE, RIGHT QUAL
ITY, RIGHT MATERIAL, AT
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THAT MAKE BIG VALUES AT
Geo. W. Owens,
CORNER E AND L STREETS.
WHEN PRESCRIPTIONS ARE
the Atlanta Pharmacy enjoys the
favor of all Intelligent peopl
The reason is not hard to under
stand. Reliability describes it
exactly. Pnysicians have made i.
perfectly understood that the.r
prescriptions must he tilled ex
aclly as written and under no elr
v'nmstances can substitutes ne
tolerated. Therefore the bulk 01
prescriptions come to us because
we and our drugs and medicines
are known to he absolutely re
THE ATLANTA PHARMACY.
Tel 310. Sub-Postoffice Station
COLSON HARDWARE CO.
OF ALL KINDS
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A Young Mother at 70.
"My mother has suddenly been
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tutense suffering from dyspepsia had
entirely disabled her, until six months
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w rites Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrick, of Dan
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.OJIIm Leathers, for School at | ILSiuIIH u
To The Public
HAVING LOCATED A CEMENT STONE PLONT CORNER OF F AN.
D STREETS lAM PREPARED TO DO A GENERAL CEMENT WORK
FIRST CLASS WORK AT A REASONABLE FIGURE. ALL SIZES OF
WHITE AND COLORED HEXIGON TILE AND CURB OF THE REGU
LATION SIZE. I RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR PAT
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IS Hgfy fi a® vitals irt
thepv-u- repi.y for prostration and all diseases or tt.e gfner.-itlT.
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C The National Bank
”T" | of Brunswr *k
I ilk, CAPI fAL $150,000.00
v surplus $a4.000. a
C3 t Savings Department pay 8 Four ptr
cent interest coumpounded quarterly
WESLEY H. „REENF!ELD,
Pite Driving Contractor
. .RF BUILDING AND TRESTLE
WORK A SPECIALTY.
500 L street, Brunswick, Ga.
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR
THIS CELEBRATED WATER
fa/ THE GLASS,
BY THE CASE OR
BY THE BARREL
505 GLOUCESTER ST.
ARE YOU THIRSTY.
If you are and a good drink
of tlie Best
or Finest Beer will quench it
I can fix you. See my wine
and cigar list.
229 Grant Street.
Contractor of Piledriving, Dockbulld
lng and Trestle Work.
WM. GREENFIELD, MGR.
Phones 214 and 417.
All r’liiccpc ftf
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SPECIALLY EQUIPPED FOR MARINE WORK
Perfectly Adapted Marine Rail
Phone 16-3 Brunswick, Ga.
mom & co
AND DEALERS IN
ano CURE THE LUNCS
’’ Or. King’s
/Consumption Price *
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| Free Trial.
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CAR LOAD OF
PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE
WIRE FENCES ARE CHEAPER
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on the subject
Phone 426 No 2 Wright’s Spuars