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BATCH OF HEMS
AROUND THE CUV
Forecast for to-day In Georgia:
To Meet To-day.
The Commercial League will hold
. its regular weekly session this after
noon at 4 o’clock in the grand Jury
room at the court house. All mem
bers are requested to be present.
The following delegates will repre
s-ent the local cnapters of the Brother
hood'of St. Andrews, to be held m
Memphis, Tentr.: A. V! Wood, Ralph
\\ ood, R. E. Dart and L. A. Robinson.
Carload of Horses.
H. S. McCrary returned Sunday
from a business trip to Atlanta, where
he purchased two car loads of horses
;.nd mules, which have neen placed
on sale at his stables on Newcastle
New Water Tank.
The A., B. & A. railroad is having
constructed near their shops at the
old fair grounds a large water tana.
Carpenters have been at work on it
or several days and will probably
Amish it during the present week.
in Bankruptcy Court.
The case of W. A. Bitch bankrupt,
of Nicholls, was scheduled to coiyie up
inr hearing before Referee Isaac yes
terday, but on account of the absence
<f witnesses, was postponed until
Friday. The case of F. E. Phillips, of
Coffee county, will also be taken up
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
LOST.—Big white Brannon lion. Re
turn to G. Arnhelter and receive re
Every late wrinkle in style, but
not a wrinkle in the fit of the shoes
Old fashioned pound cake, tire kin.
mother used U> make, 25 cents per
pound at Leben’a bakery, 100 A street
BRUNSWICK’S ORIGINAL HIGH
FINEST LINE OF BRANDIES,
LIQUORS and CIGARS
P. KELLER, Prop.
MORGAN 0 DAVIS
AGENTS FOR ACME BREWING CO.
Mail order busi=
ness a specialty.
224-226 BAY ST.
AND LUNCH ROOM.
NIGHT AND DAY
NEATEST PLACE IN THE CITY ;
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS
SERVICE UNSURPASSED. ]
IN OLD ARCADE EUItrDINO j
JHO. 210 GLOUCESTER ST. :
POLETES & HOODENPYLE!
TELEPHONE NO. 490.
Bothered With Itching for a Long
Time—Found No Relief Until
Cuticura Was Used Kentucky
Lady Now Completely Well.
WISHES SUCCESS TO
"After using Cuticura Soap, Oint
ment, and Pills, 1 am very glad to say
I am entirely relieved of that itching
humor of the head and scalp which I
was bothered with quite l a length of
time. 1 did not use the Cuticura Rem
edies more than three times before I
began to get better, and now 1 am com
pletely well. I suffered w ith that humor
on my head, and found no relief until I
took the Cuticura Remedies. I think
I used several cakes of Cuticura Soap,
three boxes of Ointment, and two vials
of Pills. lam doing all 1 can to publish
tlie Cuticura Remedies, for they have
done me good, and I know they will do
others the same. With best wishes for
your success.’’ Mrs. Mattie Jackson,
June 12, 1905. Mortonsville, Ky.
12 YEARS’ SUFFERING
Cured Sound and Well By Cuti
cura Soap and Cuticura Oint
ment at Expense of 75c.
"I had been suffering for twelve
years with a sore 011 my limb, and had
physicians give me treat ment, and none
gave me any relief until 1 got hold of
the Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and
I was cured sound and well with one
cake of Cuticura Soap and one box of
Ointment. I have confidence in Cuticura
and i would not take ten dollars for one
box if I knew that I could not get any
more.” I). M. Robertson,
Sept. 29, 1905. . Newton, Miss.
Complete External find Internal Treatment for every
Humor, from Pimple* to Scrofula, from Infancy to Age,
rouslstlug of Cuticura Snap, Ointment, 50c., Resui
\c!t,soc. tin form of Chocolate Coated Fill#, 2Sc. per vial
of Cos), mhv beiittd of all druggists. A single eel often cure*,
hotter lJiug at Chenu Corp., Sole Prop*., Boston, Ata&s.
.Mailed Free, “How 10 ( are for Skin, Scalp, and Hair, H
and “ liow to Cure Torturing Eczema.”
Durability, style and comfort 111 ail
shoes bought from Peorstn.
LOST. —Lap-robe, between Monk and
H streets, black on one side, red
stripes on other. Return to News
office and receive reward.
. WE HAVE PURCHASED THE -
' BRUNSWICK RESTAURANT ‘
„ FORMERLY WILSON’S, AND ,
• WILL TAKE CHARGE MON- ’
’ 'SAY MORNING.
IT IS NOW
, FIRST CLASS SERVICE
► AN UP TO DATE PLACE IN
MARCHTOS & CO
AT ST. SIMON PIER
GOOD MEALS AND LODGINGS
AT KING CITY
ST. SIMON PIER
MRS. B. HARRELL.
I 130WS TO FAIL. s ’>'-’ Sur„l * |..<: Satis
■ KSL'T"”’ 1 " r Jierti . r.r.id
■ *t*u'Z > l!?J ' r "i' ’V" 1 >ril.to 1,., l„ii r..r
■ o*ve tbern *-uil tourorler* to tLc
Sold In Brunswick by Roberts & Calnar
It is very important that
your houses be numbered. I
can get you brass, white
enameled or nickeloid num
ber* cheaper than you can
have them painted. Call and
see my samples.
WILL B. PAIN
Children and Boys' Suits at a sat
ing ot 35 per ceaL at fig bettsoa.
The BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 16. 1906.
NEWS AND NOTES
ALDN6 THE BAT
DAY'S SHIPPING RECORD AND
OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
ON RIVER FRONT.
Following is the record of the
movement of vessels at this port yes
Steamer Sabine. Young. Mobile.
Schooner Massasoit, Fullock, New
Schooner Thos. Smith. Morbury,
The Mallory steamer from New
York is expected to arrive to-day, hav
ing sailed a day late last week.
The Sabine will take on a cargo and
tail to-day for New York.
The senooner Thos. Smith, which ar
rived Sunday, will take on a cargo ot
.timber at the Satilla mills.
The steamer Winflel 1 S. Shuster is
expected to arrive in port the latter
part of the week.
The styles in shoes at Peerson’s
are as plentiful and as varied as the
Good horse and buggy, cheap. For
particulars address Box l}3, Bruns
Call up Davis *nd Taylor's stable
If you want dirt for raising your lot
When a horse is so overworked it
lios down and in other ways declares
its inability to go further, you would
consider it criminal to use force.
Many a man of humane impulses
who would not willingly harm a kit
ten. is guilty of cruelty where his own
stomach is concerned. Overdriven,
overworked, when what it needs is
something that will digest the fooa
eaten and help the Stomach to recu
perate. Something like Kodol For Dys
pepsia that is sold by all druggists.
JOHN D. ROUNTOS.
Brunswick’s Candy Store.
Don’t buy burnt sugar and imagines
you are getting pure chocolate. Such
substitutes are injurious to health.
For pure chocolate and al 1 other can
dies call on me.
A fresh supply received every weed
from Menier the famous chocolate
maker. Either in 'bulk or in beautiful
pound and half pound boxes.
FINEST FRUITS, CIGARS AND TO
TAFFY CANDY MADE FRESH
208 Newcastle Street.
FROM THE BEST SOURCES
How and where a grocery stock l
bought determines its val ueand qua!
ity. We could buy cheap stuff and
sell to you at cheap prices. Yo
might think we would tse good peo
pie to trade with —'but we wouldn't
be. We buy from the heat source
pay lair prices and charge you a fair
profit—just enough to pay f®r haudl
the goods. We wouldn’t touch cheap
quality for a great deal. We inten
to maintain our reputation for honest
in all things.
“Meet me at
THE UP-TO-DATE RESORT
FO r GENTLEMEN.
POL ITE AND PROMPT SERVICE
AH high grade
goods in the beer
whiskey and ci
Don t rail to get Mcßoons from
Leben. Nice and crisp.
Mandolines, guitars, banjos, violins,
acordions, mouth harps and all kinds
of musical instruments at Sig Levl
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE O c
SCHOOL SHOES AT LOW PRiCES
Is quickly relieved and promptly cured
by Dr Drummond’s Lightening
Remedies. The internal remedy is
Pleasant to take, acts immediately
and is fer rheumatism only in all its
torturing forms. The external pie
paration restores stiff joints, drawn
cords and hardened muscle*. It
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.
Miss Kate 31atcr Is making a spec
ialty of children s hats this fall. See
them at her millinery opening Friday
All kinds and styles of Uots at
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 3ERVL THE PUBLIC IN THEIR RESPECTIVE LINES.
REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS CONCERNS CLASSIFIED ALPHABE TICALLY.
J. George Conzleman.
Architect and buildei, Selector
lots of building material always;
on hand. if you contemplate
building communicate with me.
Bicycles and Automobiles.
B. J. Olewine
Automobiles, bicycles, cycling a
- Repairing and renting
Give us a call. Ten 134-2
306 Newcastle St.
Brunswick Bottling and Manufac
Manufacturers of Flavoring Ex
tracts. Soda Water and Miner.il
Waters, Harmless Colors aim
Juices, Cidars, and Venegars. ..
Office and factory 212 Oglethorpe
BLACKSMITH & WHEELWRIGHT.
J. D. Brown & Cos.
Wheelwright and blacksmith; horse
shoeing a specialty; wagon and car
riage painting. Repairing of turpea
tino wagons and timber carts a spec
ialty. 600 Mansfield street, Bruns
Allen & Thrash,
Special manacurist for ladies. Tel
470. Opt ra House building.
Ladies Hairdressing a Specialty
J. D. Baldwin
General Cement Contractor
All sizes of white and culvert llexi
ou tile and curb. Side-walk builders.
Bowen and Thomas
Brunswick Development Cos.,
Max Tsaac, President.
We lend money to build houses.
If you-wjjitemplate building consult 11s.
We (*Sn enable you to own your home.
H. M. MIES A SON.
TOE LARGEST FURNITURE SOUSE IN SOUTH GEORGIA
We carry everything from the kitchen to the parlor
and guarantee price
Price .... $15.00
Write to uh for prices and mention I Ida paper,
j Brunswick Crosstie Creosoting Cos.
Liberal inspection. Highest casn
prices Prompt returns. Buyers anti
isnippers oi crossims.
COAL AND WOOD.
Iverson Coal & Wood Cos.
Ktvi'iy to serve the puuiic on short
I not ire Tel 183. Corner't street am
I Cochran avenue.
A. M. Catder,
IClectrical contraclor and Uealt*r in
i electric supplies of all kinds. In
i side wiring a specialty. ■ Opera house]
Geo. F. Gay.
General house furnishing goods: i
; furniture, stoves and sewing machines
sold on easy terms. 102 A street,
j Brunswick. Ga.
HAY AND GRAIN.
N. W. FINDLEY & CO.,
Com solicited. Prompt re
turns made. Produce, hay and grain,
flour, grits and meal. 321 May street.
Hoyt W. Gale.
Life, storm, accident insurance. We
represent only the besf companies.
Cong-ess, Hall Saloon,
J. K. Mays & Cos.
Wines, liquors, cigars and tobacco.
Wo make a specialty of the mail
Gilmore & Wood.
General and sanitary plumbers aim
(tailors .in plumbers’ supplies. -I i >
Newcastle street. Tel 228.
Brunswick Planing & Forwarding Cos.
T. (J Fleming, ,ir., Manager. Plan
ing mill, sawmill, dry kiln. Rough and
dressed lumber, weatherhoarding, floor
ing, ceilings, moulding and inside fin
ish. Phone 102. Brunswick, Ga.
Wrench Printing Cos.
Printing, ruling, binding.
S. Levison (Uncle Sig.)
The old reliable pawnbroker.
Money loaned on anything of value.
Headquarters tor pistols, jewelry,
clothing. Loots and shoes.
Union Saloon Liquor House,
G. Loewenstein, Mgr.
Wines, liquors, cigars and tobaccj
Everything in the whiskey line. Jug
trade a specialty.
. E. M. Peerson & Cos.
When you have need ol shoes give
us a call. 214 Newcastle street.
Brunswick Exclusive Shoe Store.
SASH, DOOR & BLINDS.
Georgia Sash, Uoor & Blind Cos.,
Manufacturers of sash, doors ana
blinds. Tel 303. Corner Prince St.
and Cochran Ave.
H. J. Reddick,
Contracting tinner. You will con
sult your own interests by communi
cating With me before letting your
contracts for tinning. Phone 28*.
425 Newcastle St. Brunswick, dm.
M. A. Baker & Cos.
Manufacturers or seamless turpen
tine stills. Repairing a specialty..
Brunswick, Ga. Pensacola, Fla.
WAGONS AND HARNEBB.
T. B. Burns,
Manufacturer and builders of all
kinds of wagons and harness. Tei
194. 214 Newcastle street.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Chas. G. Moore.
Undertaker and embaliner. Satis
faction guaranteed in every case ct
embalming. 124 A street, Brunswick,
■ $lll IIIII; IfX
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Wh MAKE AWNINGS FOR YOUR
RESIDENCE OR YOUR STORE.
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This Steel Range $25