NEW BUNK ASKS
FOR A CHARIER
APPLICATION HAS BEEN FILED
WITH SECRETARY OF STATE
The application for charter of the
Glynn County llank appears in The
News this morning, having been filed
with the secretary of state in At
lanta Monday. The incorporators 01
the new bank are H. \V. Gale, .1. J.
Lott, W. H. Wood, Chas. F. Browne,
T. Newman, and J. J. Vickers, all oi
The capital stock of the new' bank
ing institution is placed at $75,000, all
of which has been paid in. The stock
is divided into shares of SIOO earn.
it is expected that the work on the
new bank building at the corner oi
Gloucester and Reynolds streets will
begin as soon as possible and will be
pushed to completion. The bank
hopes to begin business within a few
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE 0 =
bOHOOL SHOES AT LOW PRICES
OLD DR. DRUMMOND.
After many years of patient study
and experiment, has given the won 1
a preparation which is an absolute
and permanent cure for every form of
rheumatism. The price is $5, but it
is two large bottles, enough for .i
month's treatment, and will relieve the
worst case from the first dose. Sent
by express upon receipt of price by
Drummond Medicine Cos. New York,
with full particulars and testiiuouin s
of wo iderful cures.
Miss Kate Slater is making a spec
ially of children s hats this fall. See
them at her millinery opening Friday
Ail kinds and styles of siloes at
Huts that are sure to please win no
displayed by Miss Kate Sluter Friday
and Saturday. Don't forget to atten i
her tali millinery opening
Call up Davis and Taylor’s stables
if you want dirt for raising your lo*
Don't full to get Mcßoops from
Lehcn. Nice and crisp.
l|Ek WHEN BUYING YOUR FALL CLOTHES |§|
Iff LOOK DEEPER THAN THE SURFACE
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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 !| \ 4j9ft
quality of material and tail- we have said, or all that
oring, they equal the costli- fI M >’ OU haveheard in favor of WjBL
our Fashionable Clothes is pBHF
. est creations of swell custom WM absolutdy correcf<
> .-0.. I SIO.OO to $30.00 mjf
Fashionable Fall Furnishings.
May be found here in a profusion of styles and makes. Look to
1 ' Made m Syracuse.
us for something new, something different. We are always on the
FORM TWO L . J
thefechhfjmekrshelco. alert for new, nobby and natty ideas in Neckwear. Drop in from
wm" time to time and see our specialties.
WOOD -BAILEY CLOTHING CO~
“The New Store.”
WHAT THE KIDNFYS DO.
Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us
Strong and Healthy.
All the blood in the body passes
througl the kidneys once every three
minutes. The kidneys filter the blood.
They work night and day. When
healthy they remove about 500 grains
of impure matter daily, when un
healtny some part of this impure mat
ter is left in the blood. This bring3
on many diseases and symptoms—
pain in the bark, headache, nervous
runs, hot, dry skin, rheumatism,
gout, gravel, disorders of the eye
sight and hearing, dizziness, dropsy,
deposits in the urine, etc. But .1
you keep the filters right you win
have no trouble with your kidneys.
.1. C. Humphrey, dealer in stoves
and ranges, 252 Jefferson street, Sa
vannan. Ga., writes; "1 write you to
state that Doan s Kidney Fills did me |
so much good that I feel it my duty
to tell about it. 1 could scarcely at
tend to my work so bad was my con
dition I was run down, weak and
nervous and had more annoying
symptoms of kidney trouble than t
can mention. Before I began using
Doan s Kidney Fills, my weight was
about 125 pounds. Now it is lau
pounds I have taken hut two boxes
and am now on tlie third. I had tried
specialists, and I thought almost,
everything recommended for kidney
trouble, hut notning did me any goon
until ! got Doan s Kidney Pills. They
seemed to build up my whole system
and I felt better than in years.”
Plenty more proof like this from
Brunswick people. Cali at Hunter’s
drug Gore and ask what customers
For sj le by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Go., Buff alt,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name—Doan’s—ami
take no oilier.
Every lady in Brunswick is invite I
lo attend the opening of Miss Kale
Slater’s millinery parlors Friday aim
Saturday. A special invitation is ex
tended to all strangers.
Th-j prettiest line or fall hats ever
displayed in Brunswick will be seen'
at Miss Kate Slater's millinery open !
mg Friday and Saturday.
Blue Ribbon Beer.
Jest icreived, a car load of Pabs
Brewing Company’s Blue Ribbon beer
s ,ime Is sold at alt first class saloon
in the city of Brunswick. Retail 15
* "mis per bottle und $1,50 per dozen.
T. New mar,, sole agent. 218 Bav street.
SHOES. BOYS AND GIRLS. AT
PC HR SON’S.
?Hfc BRUNSWICK 6XfLV kkvti, OCTOBEP 10. 1906-
Little Sarah Ballard is quite ill at
the home of her parents.
Miss Susie Ralston has returnei
from a visit to Mrs. Noyes, at Cey
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Mrs. Milton McKinnon, of McKin
non, Ga., is the guest of Mrs. L. T.
Mrs. Geo. Scarlett and Miss Pauline
Scarlett leave in a few days for
Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Branham an 1
their children will return next Mon
day from New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Blitch, of Tifton, are
visiting their son, Mr. J. B. C. Blitcn,
on Carpenter street.
Mrs. J. S. Wright and Miss Ara
bella Wright are spending several
weeks at the Majestic in Atlanta.
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Mr. Malcolm McCullough has re
turned from Athens and has entire!..'
recovered from his recent illness.
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Misses Kittle and Ida Foster, who
have been the guests of Mrs. Noyes in
Ceylon, have returned to their home
on St. Simon.
The many friends of Miss Daisy
Scarlett will be sorry to know that
slie is very sick in Thomasville, where
she is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. Hiils
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Mr. C. Downing and Miss Madeliem*
Downing sailed from Queenstown a
low days ago on the steamer Cedalc,
and will arrive in New York next Sun
day. There they will join Mrs. Down
ing and return to the city.
It is very important that
your houses be numbered. I
can get you brass, whit#
enameled or nickeloid num
bers cheaper than you can
have them painted. Call and
see my samples.
WILL B. FAIN
The oyster supper to be given by
the Altar Society of the Catholic
church to-morrow afternoon will af
ford the Brunswick public an oppor
tunity for enjoying several new dishes,
as well as their old favorites, prepar
ed by the ladies who have at previous
suppers established for themselves en
viable reputations as caterers to uie
public taste. Dinner will be served
from twelve until two; ice cream am
cake from twelve until live and from
five until eleven supper will be served
A fish pond will also furnish much
pleasure for the children during the
The hill of fare will include oyster
stew, fried oysters, broiler ham, de
viled crabs, roast pork, rice, tomatoes,
turkey, cranberry sauce, chicken
salad, potato salad, olives, pickles,
celery, bread, ice cream, cake, coffee,
Attend the millinery opening at Miss
Kate Slater’s parlors Friday am
Saturday and see her beautiful line
of ladies’ and children s hats.
G. Goldstein has removed his sho
shop from 309 Newcastle street to 31
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All the latest creations in ladles
neadgear will be displayed by Miss
ivate Slater at her millinery opening
Friday and Saturday.
Cater to the
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UUiILI, IXIIIU 00 uu.
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118 NEWCASTLE ST. PHONE 53.
NEXT TO GODLINESS
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