J. STOVALL SMITH BACK FROM
DRUGGISTS' MEETING—WAS ON
J. Stovall Smith the well know'i
V . i e street druggirt, returnee
.e.uay from Atlanta, where he ha:
been attending the annual meeting o.
the National Retail Druggists Associa
tion of the United Slates.
Mr. Smith reports a most interesting
meeting and says that the attendance
at the Atlanta gathering of the pin
makers was the largest in the history
of the association.
Mr. Smith was the only Brunswick
inn at the meeting and tie was assign
ed to some important committee wort:
reing vice chairman of tile lomniit
lee on resolutions.
He says the people of Atlanta gav<-
the visitors a royal welcome and the,
were all pleased with the genuine
sample of Georgia hospitality they
received. , (J
Notice to Debtors an a Creditors
Notice Is hereby given to the deOto
to the estate of Hannah T. Osborn
late of said county, de.ceased, to ren
der in an account of their demands
to roe within the time prescribed by
law, properly made out Ail person
udebted to said deceased are request
d t,o make Immediate payment to the
undersigned. This 29th. day of Au
W F. Symons,
Executor of the estate of Hannan
T. Osborne. ,
See Peerson for Hchool shoes.
Oil clothing of all kinds at Slg Levi
AT ST. SIMON PIER
GOOD MEALS AND LODGINGS
AT KING CITY
||ST. SIMON PIER.|
MRS. B. HARRELL.
* A BUBINESB OPPORTUNITY '
Am 1 uui going into the coal uu
wood 'bus!lies with my father, I wan
to sell my present business tli
H. E. Iverson.
liJEkr when buying yoiir fall clothes
flpl look deeper than the surface
Make a Careful Inspection of the Inside Material and Workmanship.
If you will come here and do that with our stock of winter models
tYou will find that in • You will be satisfied that
r r * • i -i all we have said, or all that
qualm of material and rail- tflfnJg . - c I
you have heard in favor of W
orinii, they equal the costh- Ww/ % r , , . , , r * x . - Jr!-.
' ! our fashionable Clothes is BESt
est creations of swell custom ijjjpik absolutely correct, —\ MuT^
ta'lors, but. at half their price SIO.OO to $27-50 ( ffl
Fashionable Faii Furnishings,
May be found here in a profusion of styles and makes, Look to l _
us tor something new, something different. We are always on the
alert for new, nobby and natty ideas in Neckware. Drop in from
time to time and see our specialties.
WOOD-BAILEY CLOTHING CO.
“The New Store,”
HAD NOT WALKED
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 lie didn’t seem to do any good. He
said I would have to have my leg
taken off, and tlial 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
as 1 began to use Cuticura Soap and
Ointment it commenced healing nicely.
I bathed the ankle with warm water
and Cutieura Soap and then applied
Cuticura Ointment to the affected
part, and laid a cloth over the sore
to hold it in place. After two weeks
I could walk around in my room real
good, and in six weeks’ time my ankle
was entirely cured and 1 was walking
around out of doors. I am enjoying
perfect health and have gone to work
and feel as well as I ever did in my life,
so 1 know that the Cutieura Remedies
are the best in the world.
“ Cuticura 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) Mrs.
Mary Dickerson, Louisa,C. H. Va., April
Consisting of Cuticura Soap
Ointment am! Pills
May now Ex* had for one dollar. A single
set is often sufficient to cure the most
torturing, disfiguring, itching, burning,
and scaly humors, eczemas, rashes, and
irritations, with loss of hair, from in
fancy to age, when all other remedies
Miid even the best physicians fail.
Cuticura Soap, Ointment. amt Pill., an- told through ut
tin world Cottar Drug. Chou Curp., Buflton, Sol* Hn j$
ujf- Malted t ree. " Mktu and Blood Purittcatlon.
Slue Ribbon Beer.
Jest leeelved, n car load cf Paha
Brewing Company’s Blue Ribbon beer
Same Is sold at ail first class saloou
hi the city of Brunswick. Retail la
edits per bottle and 11.f.0 per dozen
T. Newman, sole agent. 21k bav street
SHOES. BOYS AND GIRLS. AT
fHt BRUNSWICK OAILV NEWS, SUNdAV- $£foBER 7, 1906.
Mrs. David Beggs is visiting friends
on St. Simon.
• • •
Miss Carrie Stacy has returned from
a visit to friends in Savannah.
m m •
Mrs. j. H. Whitmire is visiting Mrs
C W. Gowen at Cedar Kapids, lowa.
m • •
Miss Ethel Fox leaves tomorrow for
Darien, where she will visit friends.
* * *
Mrs. J. H. Hunter returned yester
day after a visit to relatives in At
• • •
Miss Ruby Patterson, of Macon,
will spend the winter here with Mrs.
H. J. Bursay.
■ a a
Mrs. N. C. Gaither, who has been
the guest of Mrs. C. Ij. Elliott, I<j-tt
yesterday for Waycros*.
Miss Vivian Norris has returned
from a : leasant visit to .lackson and
Kastman. Gn., and North Carolina.
Mrs. .T. C. Forsyth, of St. Simon
arrived yesterday to spend some time
with her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Dart.
Mrs R. E. Galnan and children,
Miss Gertrude Scott and Miss Mary
Tappen spent yesterday in Darien.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Reehmer ann
family, who hare recently remove,,
here from Savannah, are located a>.
210 Grant street.
• ■ •
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fendig anu
children will return today from In
diana, where they have been spending
Mi ,ses Ruby and Ida Lang, of Cam
den minify, will attend school her,.
Inis winter and will be the guets or
Mrs. .1. ti. C. Rliteh.
The friends of Mrs B. J. Proutv
will he interested In knowing tiu. s' e
will not return south, but will spend
the winter in Boston, Mass.
• • •
Mrs. M. C. Rowe, who has been visit
ing In several northern and eastern
cities for the past several weeks, will
return to the city in a few days.
• * *
Mr. J. B. Wright left last night fo>-
New York to spend several weeks
On his return lie will be accompanied
by Mrs. Wright and Miss Way Wright.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Tabbolt wisn
to thank the Are department and their
triends who so promptly and willingly
helped them extinguish the Are a:
their home on Union street on Thurs
The Altar Society of the Catholi
church will give an oyster supper m
the Elkan building on Newcastle street
on Thursday instead of Tuesday, as
was at Arst announced. Oysters will
be served in every style, ice cream
cake, etc., will also be served and ev
erybody is invited to patronize the la
Ufc’a Hlsrlient Achievement
It has been said that success consists
in getting that at which one aims, and
being happy in it. Each one should
have an ideal of what Is to be the ex
pression of his or her life, if ibis Is at
tained in some degree such a life may
be called successful. Hence, the sue
eesful man or woman *3 the one win
has succeeded fairly well In shaping
tb * actual life in accordance with the
id-nils of life. This requires a strength
aril persistence that call for continual
struggle. It forms the highest achieve
liont of life. Bulwer well says that the
mn who succeeds above Ids feliov. s is
the one who early In life clearly uis
■crus his object aud toward that ob
ect habitually directs his powers.—
From ‘-Vital Questions,” by Dr. Henry
F res Ei
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