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BATCH OF ITEMS
Forecast for to-day In Georgia:
Fair and colder.
Board of Trade To-day.
The board of trade will meet in
regular weekly session at the city
hall this morning at 10 o’clock. All
members of the organization are re
quested to be present.
A*, B. & A. Officials.
As stated in The News yesterday a
number oi the officials of the Atlanta.
Birmingham and Atlantic railroaa
will arrive in the city to-day on an
inspection trip. The party will be
nere until to-morrow morning.
Ralph Bingham Here To-Night.
The attraction at the Giand to-night
will lie Ralph Bingham, who comes
under the auspices of the Alkahest
Liceum Association. Mr. Bingham is
a great entertainer and should oe
greeted by a large crowd in this city.
Uuiet in Shipping.
There was very little doing in ship
ping circles yesterday. The only
movement of the day was the arrival
of the schooner Three Marys, Capt.
Daughty, from Boston. Quite a large
fleet of vessels is due in port within
tne next few days.
Allen & Thrash, the well known
opera house building barbers, have
added a ladies hair dresser and mana
curist to their business for the bene
fit of the ladies of Brunswick. The
ladies who require such service wii
get the best by phoning 476.
Registration Picks Up.
Registration has picked up at the
6fllee of the city clerk during the
nrst two days of the present week,
the politicians are already at work
urging their friends to register, u
is expected that the total registration
will be among the largest in the his
tory of the city.
Begins Business Here.
b. G. Dent & Bon. wno have been
conducting a general merchandise
store on St. Simon for the past fifteen
or twenty years, have removed to this
city and opened at the corner >1
Cochran avenue and G streets. The
firm will carry a full line of every
thing In the general merchandise line,
country produce, fresh meats, etc.
A Clever Press Agent.
Myer Solmson, the press representa
tive of Al. G. Field’s minstrels, was a
pleasant visitor to The News office
yesterday. Mr. Solmson was formerly
with the St. Louis Republic, and is
a newspaper man of ability. He is
no doubt making Al a first-class press
representative in every way.
AGENTS FOR ACME BREWING CO.
Mail order busi
ness a specialty.
224-226 BAY ST.
Neither the master, owners or con
signees of the Spanish bark "Habana
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew of said bark.
State and County Tax Notice, 19f
To collect State and County 'l ax fo
the year 1906 I will be at the followin
precincts on dates mentioned:
St. Simon. Oct. 18. Nov. 5 and De'
Sterling, Oct. 29, Nov. 8 and Dec. 4
Bladen, Oct. 24, Nov. JO and Dec. 6
Brookman. Oct. 25.' Nov. 11 an-
At Court House at intervening
U. J. READ, T C. G. C.
WATCH THIS PAPER FOR FALL
ANNOUNCEMENT FROM MISS
KATE SLATER, BRUNSWICK - '.*
I CAN FURNISH AND PLANT ON
SHORT NOTICE, CABBAGE, MAG
NOLIA, BYCAMORE, MAPLE DOG
WOOD, OAK AND UMBRELL
TREES. GIVE ME A TRIAL.
D. B. PVLEB.
623 E Street.
Call up Daria tan a TayloTa ataWe
If you want dirt tor railing your tot
APPLICATION * FOR A BANK
To the Hon. Philip Cook,
Secretary of State,
We, H. W. Gale, J. J. Lott. W. H.
Wood. Chas. F. Browne, T. Newman
and J. J. Vickers, all of the County
of Glynn, State of Georgia, applicants
as incorporators under an Act of the
General Assembly of Georgia, ap
proved December 20, 1893, entitled
"An Act to carry into effect paragraph
eighteen of Section seven of Article
three of the Constitution of 1877, as
amended, in relation to chartering oi
banks, to provide for the incorporation
of banking companies by the Secretary
of State, and for other purposes,'
make this our declaration, praying
that we be incorporated as a boa;,
corporate and politic for the purpose
of doing a general hanking business,
with all the rights, powers, privileges
and restrictions of said act, under ana
by the name and style of Glynn
county Bank, and that the principn
office of said company shall he locatc-i
in the city of Brunswick, County o£
Glynn and State of Georgia, with a
capital of seventy-five thousand do.-
lars ($75,000.00), divided into shares
of one hundred dollars ($100.00) each,
and that the sum of seventy-five
thousand .ollars ($75,000) of the capi
tal subscribed has actually been pain
by the subscribers and that the same
is in fact held, and is to be used
solely for the business and purposes
of the corporation.
The fee of fifty ($50.00) dollars is
herewith enclosed as fee for charter
or certificate of incorporation as re
quired by said act.
Brunswick. Georgia, 2lith day oi
. Respectfully submitted,
H. W. GALE,
J. J. LOTT.
W. H. WOOD,
CHAS. F. BROWNE,
J. J. VICKERS,
STATE OF GEORGIA,
COUNTY OF GLYNN.
Before me personally appeared H.
W. Gale. .1. J. Lott, W. H. Wood, Chas.
F. Browne, T. Newman and J. J.
Vickers, the incorporators of Glynn
County Bank, located in the city ot
Brunswick, County of Glynn, and
Slate of Georgia, who on oath depos
eth and saith that seventy-five thou
sand dollars ($75,000.00) of the capi
tal subscribed lias been actually pain
by the subscribers, and that the same
is la fact held, and is to he used
solely for the business and purposes
of the corporation.
11. W. GALE,
J. J. LOTT,
W. H. WOOD.
CHAS. F. BROWNE.
J. J. VICKERS.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 26th day of September, 1906.
(Seal) HORACE DART,
Ordinary of Glynn Countv.
STATE! OF GEORGIA,
Office of Secretary of State.
I, Philip Cook, Secretary of State
of the State of Georgia, do herebv
certify, That the attached three pages
of printed and written matter con
tains a true and correct copy of the
application of Glynn County Bank, the
original of which is of file in this
In testimony whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and affixed the seal
of my office, at the capitol, in the
city of Atlanta, this Bth day of Oc
tober in the year of our Lord one
thousand nine hundred and six. and
of the Independence of the Unite i
States of America the one hundred
Secretary of State.
State of Georgia,
Will be sold before the court house
door in said county, oi: the first
Tuesday in November next, between
the legal hours of sale, to the highest
and best bidder for cash, that certain
tot or parcel of land lying and being
in the city of Brunswick, county anu
state aforesaid, and known and de
scribed on the plan of said city made
by George R. Baldwin in the year
1837, the following property, town:
The southern one-half of the western
one-half of Old Town lot number 392.
i.evied on as the property of J. A.
Montgomery, under and by virtue of a
tax fi. fa. issued by H. J. Read, tax
collector, for state and county taxes
due for the year 1905; amount ol
taxes, $01.14, besides interest anu
cost. Levy made and returned to me
oy R. S. Pyles, deputy sheriff - .
W. H. BHKRIE,
Sheriff Glynn county, Ga.
In the District Court of the United
States for the Eastern Division or
the Southern District of Georgia,
In the matter of F. E. Phillips, in
dividually and as a member of the
firms of Scarlett & Phillips, anu
dames Grady & Cos., bankrupt, in
To the creditors of F. E. Phillips, or
Bamboo, in the county of Wayne, said
District, a bankrupt:
Notice is hereby given that on the
9th day of October, 1906, the said
F. E. Phillips was duly adjudged
bankrupt, and that the first meeting
of his creditors will he held at Bruns
wick, Georgia, on the 19th day or
October, 1906, at ten o’clock in the
forenoon, at which time tne saia
creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine
the bankrupt and transact such other
business as may properly come before
At Brunswick, Georgia, tills 9th day
of October, 1906.
U. S. Referee.
Bhoes of al! kinds, styles and
prices. Shoes for the people at Peer
Children and Boys’ Suits at a sav
ing of 35 per cent, at Sig Levison.
Call up Davis and Taylor’s stable
If you want dirt lor raising your lota
THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1906.
NEWS AND NOTES
AW THE BAT
DAY'S SHIPPING RECORD AND
OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
ON RIVER FRONT.
Fo’lowing is the record pf the move
ment of vessels at the port of Bruns
Schooner Three “Marys, Daughty,
The Mallory steamer Lampasas,
which arrived in port Monday, did
not continue to Mobile, but will take
on a cargo here and sail on the re
turn trip to New York Friday or
Several schooners are now enrouh
to this port and they are expected to
arrive within the next few days.
’l*irec or four more new gasoline
boats are now being built in the city,
most of them being about ready to
F * infants <.ud Children
file iviiui You Have Always Bough!
Is quickly relieved and promptly cured
by Dr. Drummond's Lightening
Remedies, The internal remedy is
pleasant to take, acts immediately,
and is t'cr rheumatism only In all Us
torturing forms. The external pre
paration restores stiff joints, drawn
cords and hardened muscles. If
your druggist has not these remedies
in stock, do not take anything else.
Send $5 to the Drummond Medicine
Cos., New York, and the full treatment
of two large bottles will be sent to
your express address. Agents wanted.
FROM THE BEST SOURCES
How and where a grocery stock* 1
bought determines Its val ueand qual
ity. We could buy cheap stuff and
sell to you at cheap prices. Yo<
might think we would be good peo
pie to trade with —ib'ut we wouldn't
be. We buy from the best source
pay fair prices and charge you a fair
profit—just enough to pay fer hand!
the goods. We wouldn’t touch cheap
quality for a great deal. We inten
to maintain our reputation for honest
in all things.
Effective January 9, 190(5.
N. B. Following schedule figures
published only as information and
are not guaranteed.
TO THE NORTH AND EAST.
Nos. 23. 34. li. 30
Lv. Bruuswick 9.50a. ... 8.30 p
.\r. Jesup 11.20a. 10.20 p
&r. savannah 1.05 p. . 12.16a
Ar. Columbia 7.00 p. 6.00a
Ar. Asheville 1.05 p
Ar. Charlotte 10.25 p. .x 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 10.56a. U.l7p
Ar. Philadelphia 1 -p. 2.35a
Ar. New York 3.30 p. 6.30a
TO THE WEST.
Nos. 15. ' 13
Lv. Brunswick 6.50a 8.30 p
Ar. Jesuit B.loa. 10.20 p
Ar. Maion 1.30 p. 4.00a
Ar. Atlauta 4.10 p. 6.30a
Ar. Borne 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. Y 7.40 p
Ar. St. Louis 6.12 p. 7.32a
Ar. Birmingham 9.15 p. 12.01a
Ar. Memphis 7.06a. 8.05 p
Ar. Kansas City 9.40a
Ar. Chicago 7.23a
Trains arrive at. Brunswick as fol
No. 14 arrives at Brunswick at 8.00
a. m. with connections from Sav
aunab and Hast, and also from At
lanta and V.’<kL
No. 16 arrives at 425 p m. from At
lanta and West.
THROUGH CAR BERVICE.
Nos. 29 and 30, “WASHINGTON AND
FLORIDA LIMITED,, carrying
Pullman, Drawing room and Bleep
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 as to rates and
schedules, etc., appi* to
H. B. SPENCER, G M., Washington
8. H HARDWICK. F. T. M.,Wash
ington, L C,
W. H. IaYLOE, O. P. A.. Wash
lngton, D. C.
BROjKB MORGAN, A. O. F. A.
B. fl. HOOSEMAN.O. A„ Brunswick,
Ga., ’Phone M
H. M. MILLER & SON.
THE LARGEST FURNITURE HOUSE 11 SOUTH GEORGIA
We carry everything from the kitchen to the parlor
and guarantee price
Price .... $15.00
Write to us for prices and mention this paper.
THE NEWS’ BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
FACTS ABOUT BRUNSWICK
BRUNSWICK IS A RAPIDLY GROWING CITY AND IS THE BEST PORT ON THE SOUTH ATLANTIC
COAST. THESE ARE AMONG HER REPRESENTATIVE MERCHANT S AND BUSINESS MEN AND
THEY ARE IN POSITION TO SERVE THE PUBLIC IN THEIR RESPECTIVE LINES.
REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS CONCERNS CLASSIFIED ALPHABETICALLY.
J. George Conzleman.
Architect and buildei, Selected
lots of building material always
on baud. if you contemplate
building communicate with me.
Bicycles and Automobiles.
B. J. Olewine
Automobiles, bicycles, cycling ac
cessories. Repairing and renting
Give us a call. Ten 134-2
306 Newcastle St.
J. H. Pace.
. Merchandise broker. Telephone
128, Brunswick, Ga.
Brunswick Bottling and Manufac
Manufacturers of Flavoring Ex
tracts, Soda Water and Mineral
Waters, Harmless Colors arm
Juices, Cidars, and Venegars. ..
Office and factory 212 Oglethorpe
Street. Phone 3v2.
SASH, DOOR & BLINDS.
Georgia Sash, Door & Blind Cos.,
Manufacturers of sash, doors and
blinds. Tel 303. Corner Prince St.
and Cochran Ave.
Allen & Thrash,
Special manacurist for ladies. Tel
476, Opera House building.
Bowen and Thomas.
“Meet me at
THE UP-TO-DATE REBORT
POLITE AND PROMPT BERVICE
All high grade
goods in the beer
whiskey and ci
COR GLOUCESTER and CHANT BTB.
Brunswick Crosstie & Creosctiny Cos.
Liberal inspection. Highest, casn
prices Prompt returns. Buyers ana
snippers of crossties.
J. D. Baldwin
General Cement Contractor
All sizes of white and culvert Jlexi
iin ilie and curb. Side-walk builders.
COAL AND WOOD.
Iverson Coal & Wood Cos.
Ite-tuy to serve the public on short
notice Tel 483. Corner l street ana
HAY AND GRAIN.
N. W. FINDLEY & CO.,
Conetgnnienl.B solicited. Prompt re
turns made. Produce, bay and grain,
flour, grils and meal. 324 Bay street.
Hoyt W. Gale.
Life, slonn, accident insurance. We
represent only the best companies.
Gilmore & Wood.
General and sanitary plumbers ana
denims nhi plumbers - supplies. 41 i
Newcastle street. Tel 228.
Brunswick Planing & Forwarding Cos.
’¥. (1 Fleming, ,ir., Manager. Plan
ing mill, sawmill, dry kiln. Rough and
dressed lumber, weatherboarding, floor
ing, ceilings, moulding and inside fin
ish. Phone 102. Brunswick, Ga.
Six Hundred Thousand
Acres Virgin Pine
Timber, in Ga. and Fla.
ALBO TWO HUN DRED THOUBAND ACRE* TIM*-> *
READY FOR BAW MILL PURPOS EB. HAVIN6 BEEN BOXED, WELL
LOCATED FOR PURCHASERS. ADDREBB
Southern Land & Timber Cos
P. O. BOX. 177, BRUNSWICK, OA. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. jj(
Wt MAKE AWNINGS FOR YUR
RESIDENCE OR YOUR STORE.
This Steel Range $25
Wrench Printing Cos.
Printing, ruling, binding.
S. Levison (Uncle Sig.)
The old reliable pawnbroker.
Money loaned on anything of value.
Headquarters Iter pWtols, jewelry,
clothing, boots and shoes.
Union Saloon Liquor House,
G. Loewenstein, Mgr.
Wines, liquors, cigars and tobacc).
Everything in the whiskey line. Jug
trade a specialty.
. E. M. Peerßon & Cos.
When you have need of sboea giv*
us a call. 214 Newcastle street.
Brunswick Exclusive Shoe Store.
H. J. Reddick,
Contracting tinner. You will con
sult, your own interests by communi
cating with me before letting your
contracts for tinning. Phone 278-4.
M. A, Baker & Cos.
Manufacturers of seamless turpen
tine stills. Repairing a specialty..
Brunswick, Ga. Pensacola, Fla.
WAGONS AND HARNESS.
T. B. Burns,
Manufacturer and builders of all
kinds of wagons and harness. Tei
194. 214 Newcastle street