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THt BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS
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"Progress and Prosperity."
Welcome A., B. & A. ofllelals; ennie
along oftener and stay longer!
This Is October 10. Thirty days
more and the trolley proposition win
be up In a balloon again.
The Board of Trade Is doing a flue
work for Brunswick, and the organi
zation should be encouraged by our
Elsewhere In this issue will bo
lound the petition for charter of tne
tilynn County Bank, Brunswick’s lat
est financial Institution. That’s an
other' tettlmonial to the growtli of this
With many new homes now under
course of construction and with many
just finished the demand for houses
is still greater than the supply. Is
not that a pretty good Indication 01
the times here in Brunswick?
Brunswick will meet the manage
rnent of the Georgia, Const & Pied
mont (the Darien & Western) Rail
way company on any safe and com
prehonsive plan looking to the exten
sion of the line to this city.
The best fact that more progress is
needed In city council eat
be found in the narrow-minded, politi
cally-blinded and unhuslness like man
tier In which the council handled the
recent trolley line franchise and poor
old Brunswick, like Jones of— Blng
hampton, why, she pays the freight.
A movement is on foot for the or
ganization of a t wenty rive thousand
flub, promoted by some of Bruns
wick's enterprising citizens who are
determined through up-to-date methods
of publicity to push Brunswick
prominently Into the limelight of
Southern development. The members
of this club will pledge themselves in
dividually and collectively to do every
thing In their power to make Bruns
wick’s population reach the twenty
live thousand mark by the year 1i)l".
This movement is one extremely popu
lar In the west and southwest ana
has materially contributed to the vast
influx of population into these sections
of the United States. Dallas, Texas
has her one hundred thousand club
which for months has been ititelligeip
Jy and aggressively at work advert is
Ing Ihe advantages and resources o
nut city, with the result that her
population has been wonderfully in
creased. Wlial Dallas has done
Brunswick can do and It is to b**
hoped that the enterprising and
patriotic citizen* of Brunswick wth
exert themselves along similar lines
i9t Ike atfeiaee*** M this comtmta .
PLATFORM ADOPTED AT
THE PEOPLE'S MASS MEETING.
The mass meeting held Monday
night by the citizens generally to
name a ticket for mayor and members
of the city council to be submitted
to the white primary to be held at
the call of the city democratic execu
tive committee had the forethought
to adopt a platform of principles upon
which to make its fight. 111 these
days in the game of politics it has
become to be a self evident fact that
the party with a sound platform gen
erally wins. The people have learned
to study the many perplexing econo
mic problems of the day; they have
learned to do some thinking on thei.
own account and we are really pleas
ed 1 hat the mass meeting has gone l j
the people with a broad and com
prehensive platform of principles.
The question of municipal owner
ship is now a live one in every city
in the United States, and likewise is
attracting great attention in Bruns
wick. The mass meeting has declar
ed for that plan with leference to
the public utilities here in Brunswick
and we are inclined to endorse that
section of the platform.
The great city of New York came
within a lew hundred votes of elect
ing a candidate for mayor committed
to that very idea in the last munic-.-
pal election, and the indications are
tnat the plan will prevail the next
ttme Gotham go to the polls. At
lanta Is in the throes of just such .1
fight, and as we stated above the
entire country is giving its ear to it.
The platform is also broad in its
treatment of other matters of public
interest and is one upon which an
real good citizen who has the inter
est of ms eiiy at heart can "oil a!
lord to stand.
For the information of the public
and in order that all people may have
a second opportunity to study it, we
are going to print that platform again
this morning and we cordially invite
tlie voters and tax payers of Bruns
wick generally to give it a few mo
ment:; sound study and see if the /
con not adopt it.
Here It Is;
Whereas, Brunswick is now in the
midst of the greatest industrial
growth in her history, in which the
entire people should join and whereas
in the past the proper spirit of pro
gress and enterprise has not been
displaced in the matter of permanent
development in this city, be it, and it
Resolved, By the tax-payers ana
voters of Brunswick, In mass-meeting
assembled, That the people of this
city view with pleasure the tendency
of the times toward municipal owner
ship of public utilities, as a safe,
sound and expedient move towards a
healthier civic growth and develop
ment and I hat they favor the opera
tion of such u plan In the city ot
Brunswick with reference to electric
lights gas and water utilities. Be it
Resolved, That it is the sense of
this meeting of the electorate of the
city of Brunswick, that the present
franc I .'se covering electric lights, gas
HgliAs and water be not further ex
tended for the reasons named above.
Be It also resolved, That this mass
meeting of the people of Brunswick,
pledges its nominees Tor mayor an t
aldermen to an administration of the
public weal to be characterized by a
genuine spirit of "Progress and Pros
perity": a liberal treatment of legiti
mate capital seeking Investment here;
to the general upbuilding of Bruns-
wick upon broad aid comprehensive
lines It is also
Resolved, That the voters and tax
payers of Brunswick note with regret
the di’atory tactics pursued by tne
present administration with reference
to the proposed trolley line iu Bruns
wick and that the nominees of this
meetiif elected, ldeugo inetr be
efforts to secure this much ueodeu
Improvement as soon as practicable.
And Anally, be it
Resolved, That through the medium
of this mass-meeting, the people cu
Brunswick are urged to support the
nominees, thus committed to these
principles of a progressive character,
necessary to the material growth anu
development of Brunswick.
Brunswick wants a city council m
1907 which is fully Imbued with the
betterment of Brunswick and is not
chained to any hidebound political
. The BRUNSWICK &AILV New*, cSDAV, OCfOBER 10, 1905.
fy < Ask your doctor about these throat coughs. He will
M /t tell y° u how deceptive they are. A tickling in the
JL f/ f 1 /(// throat often means serious trouble ahead. Better
# explain your case carefully to your doctor, and ask
a //~f rtc* him a!,out y° ur taking Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral. Then
f do as he says. Get the best medicine, always.
We have co secret*! We publish J. C. Ayer Cos., I
the formulae ofell our preparations. Lowell, Mas?. J
AT THE TOP
t CLIMBING TO THE TOP OF
THE LADDER OF BIG CLOTH
SENDS FORTH A MESSAGC
OF A GREATER CLOTHING
TRIUMPH THAN EVEN I AN
FROM THE COMMONPLACE
ALL THE CUSTOM-TAILORED
FEATURES, BOTH INSIDE
PRICES RANGE FROM SIO.OO
VALUES DIFFICULT TO HIT
RIGHT STYLE, RIGHT QUAL
ITY, RIGHT MATERIAL, AT
RIGHT PRICES. 4 RIGHTS
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. Pnysiclans have made it
perfectly understood that tlie.r
prescriptions must he filled ex
nelly as written and under no elr
enmstances can substitutes ne
tolerated. Therefore the hulk ot
prescriptions come to ,us because
we and our drugs and medicines
are known to be absolutely re
THE ATLANTA PHARMACY.
Tel 310. Sub-Postoffice Station
COLSON HARDWARE CO.
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A Young Mother at 70.
"My mother has suddenly been
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ago, when she began taking Electri;
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writes Mrs. W. L. Oilpatrick, of Dan
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* . i . aw.
of all Styles* Kinds and lirrnonU’O
■MIILm Leathers, for School at a LLnOUH O
To The Public
HAVING LOCATED A CEMENT STONE PLONT CORNER OF F AN.
D STREETS IAM PREPARED TO DO A GENEPAL CEMENT WORK
FIRST CLASS WORK AT A REASONABLE FIGURE. ALL SIZES OF
WHITE AND COLORED HEXIGON TILE AND CURB OF THE REGL
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J. D. Baldwin
A HEALTH *ojjT*un
y* f , tvanv *•: mwe i>xTjT,3
ice great remedy for nervous prostration and alt diseases of the erneratm
euber sex such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or
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For.Sale by HUNTER’S PHARMACo
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111 jj te National Bank
*r I* , of Brunswr k
i SI V CAPITAL $150,000.00
SURPLUS $84.000., 3
Year Savings Department Pays Four per
cent interest coumpounded quarterly
WESLEY H. GREENFIELD,
Pile Driving Contractor
WHARF BUILDING AND TRESTLE
WORK A SPECIALTY.
500 L street, Brunswick, Ga.
VVE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR
THIS C£L£BRATFn WATER
b / THE GLASS.
BY THE CASE OR
BY THE BARREL
505 GLOUCESTER ST.
ARE YOU THIRSTY.
If you are and a good drink
of the Best
or Finest Beer will quench it
I can fix you. See my wine
and cigar, list.
229 Grant Street.
Contractor of Piledrlvlng, Dockbulld-
Ing and Trestle Work.
WM. GREENFIELD. MGR.
Phonee 214 and 417.
A I! rlpccpc nf
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE REPAIRING
SPECIALLY EQUIPPED FOR MARINE WORK
Perfectly Adapted Marine Rail
Phone 16-3 Brunswick, Ga.
BROWN & CO
AND DEALERS IN
i K ’LL the COUGH I
j AND CiiißE THE lungs I
: — Dr. King’s
; Nsw Discovery
rnn /CONSUMPTION Price
tOn I OUGHSand 60c &SI.OO
WOLDS Free Trial.
I Surest and Quickest Cure for all
1 THROAT and BUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
GNEPAL TINNER 3.
THE OLD RELIABLES.
25 Years in the Business.
GOOD WORK PROMPTLY EXECU
Phone 313. 313 Newcastle St.
CAR LOAD OF
PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE
WIRE FENCES ARE CHEAPER
IpjS' ;; gft |ip i|[
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on the subject
Phone 426 Nb 2 Wright’e Spuare