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THE MUNSWICK DAILY NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1906.
F. E. PHILLIPS, FORMERLY OF
THIS CITY, HAS FINANCIAL
Referee Max Isaac yesterday re
ceived the petition in voluntary banK
raptcy of F. E. Phillips, formerly oi
cnis city, out now residing in Wayne
Mr. Phillips, in his petition, asks
to be discharged individually and as
a member of the firm of Scarlett &
Phillips, formerly engaged in the
livery business in Brunswick, as weii
as a meracer of the hrm of James,
Grady & Cos., former BrunswicK
Ills liabilities, individually, are plac
ed at $12.84; those of tne firm oi
David & Phillips, at $1,226.84, while
there are no liabilities, as far as the
bankrupt knows, of the firm of James,
Grady & Company. The bankrupt has
Judge Isaac assigned the case for
hearing on November lit, when the
first meeting of the creditors will be
held, a trustee selected and other mat
ters in the rase disposed of.
Roanoke, Va., Oct. “ —A Times spe
cial from Radford, Va., says forty
sticks of dynamite which had been
tamped into a hole that had been
sprung for a blast exploded prema
turely tfiday on Tidewater railroa'.
construction work east of there, in
stantly killing Joseph Dickinson, fatal
ly injuring Doc Richardson and seri
ously injuring Powder Foreman Capt.
Coid;. The men were frightfully cut
by hying sand and rocks.
NEW FLAP JACK FLOUR
NEW GEORGIA SYRUP
NEW MAPLE SYRUP
NEW HONEY (In Bottles)
214 NEWCASTLE ST.
PORT STATISTICIAN IS KEPT
BUSY JUST AT PRESENT RE
PLYING TO THEM.
The fact that Brunswick is attract
ing considerable attention in all sec
tions of the country just at present
is Pest evidenced by the number oi
inquiries Capt. Otto Johannesen, th3
official port" statistician, is receiving
just at present concerning Brunswick
and more especially her shipping.
Capt. Johannesen stated to a News
representative yesterday that there
had been a regular influx of inquiries
during the past several days. In
many cases Capt. Johannesen nas bee i
requested to submit statements show
ing the business of the port for the
past tew years and the port statisti
cian is now busy working on these
It seems that a majority of these
inquiries are coming from the west,
but numbers of them have been re
ceived from all sections of the coun-
try. Capt. Johannesen also states
that he has received a number oi
inquiries from along the gulf coast,
especially from Mobile and Pensa
cola, the two leading ports along the
coast. Numerous letters asking fo 1 "
information about Brunswick has been
received from these two ports. Capt.
Johannesen Is replying to all the in
quiries and it is keeping him unus
ually busy just at present.
800N TO BEGIN THE WORK.
Contractor Drebs. of Birmingham, in
A. J. Drebs. of Birmingham. Ata., !
who was awarded the contract for the'
erection of the new building of the
Southern Bell Telephone and Tele- 1
graph Company, arrived in the city j
yesterday to make arrangements for'
the beginning of work on tne new
Mr. Drebs states that everything is!
practically in readiness for the work, 1
and that as soon as the necessary
labor is secured, etc., construction
will begin. It is expected that tne.
building will be completed in a few.
Bottlers in Convention.
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 9. —The American
Bottlers Protective Association met
here to-day in annual convention when
matters of importance to the trade
were discussed. It is calculated that
upwards of 1800 delegates were pres
A fine line of suit cases at very
low figures at Sig Levison.
G. F. ANDERSON, AgL
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DOLLAR RIBBONB AT 75c.
of our make is the word Knox
in the label, but it*s a most impor
ant thing to look for. Its import
ance, however, is not entirely
due to “prestige,” for when you
you secure a hat of the finest
materials and of unequalled wear
ing quality—to say nothing of a
style which is World-Standard.
In other words, you have paid for
what the label represents—five
dollars’ worth of hat.
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