The Brunswick news.
October 16, 1906
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t DRESSING BOYS %
IT’S EASY TO DRESS THE BOY CORRECTLY AND TO YOUR SATISFACTION. IT CAN BE DONE. TOO. AT NO INCREASE OF COST
IF YOU ARE TIRED OF THE DULL SAMENESS YOU FIND AT OTHER STORES-IF YOU’D LIKE STYLES FOR YOUR BOY THAT ARE NOT
COMMONPLACE-THOSE BRIGHT, SNAPPY GARMENTS WHICH YOU WOULD EXPECT TO FIND IN NEW YORK STORES AND IN THE
SAME SATISFYING VARIETY ' A IN IMt
WE NOT ONLY PROMISE BUT ASSURE THE NEWEST PRODUCTIONS FROM THE BEST MAKERS
OF BOYS’ CLOTHING IN THIS COU NTRY. THEY’RE HERE, WITH ALL OF THAT QUALITY WHICH
MAKES A SMART AND STURDY S UIT AND AT PRICES WHICH YOU! L ADMIT ARE VERY MODERATE.
Come Mere With the Boy
jgf DON’T GO HUNTING ABOUT TOWN FOR THE BEST IN BOYS’ CLOTHING. FOR THE BEST IS JsSSSmBm
Jjl RIGHT HERE. SEE OUR HIGH GRADE 9AMPECK MAKES—KNOWN AS PERFECTION 111 EVERY DETAIL
M ; |*k —ask FOR OUR MOTHER JANE HOPKINS MAKE.
CLOTHIERS TO THE WHOLE FAMILY.
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THE ORIGINAL BUDWEISER '
To Dealers per Darrel $10.50
To Consumers $ll.OO
ANHEUSER BUSCH EXPORT
To Dealers $.3.50
To Consumers $lO 00
PABST CELEBRATED BLUE RIBBON
To Dealers $10.50
To Consumers $ll.OO
THE PABST EXPORT
To Dealers $ 9.30
To Consumers slo.oo
EVERARDS NEW YORK BEER
To Dealers slo.On
To Consumers $10.50
EXPORT $ 800
218 BAY STREET SOLE AGENT.
WHY YOUR ACCOUNT SHOULD BE WITH
Ihe National Bant of Brunswick
DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO CHECK, ON CERTIFICATES OF
DEPOSIT, IN THE SAVINGS DEPARTMENT,
Time and Savings Deposits Same Interest
FOUR PER CENT COMPOUNDED QUARTERLP.
S. B. DAVIS, E. ?. TAYLOR
D4VIS & TAYLOR
Liivery Feed and Sale Stable
HEAVY DRAYAQI, STOCK FO R BALI. PROMPT HACK *RVICB
Cer 0 and 3 Street# Rhene f
THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1906. ’
Danger From the Plague.
There's grave danger from the pla
gue of Coughs and Colds that are so
prevalent, unless you take Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds. Mrs. Geo. Walls
of Forest City, Me., writes: “It’s a
Godsend to people living in climates
where coughs and colds prevail. 1
tind it quickly ends them. It pre
vents Pneumonia, cures LaGrippe,
gives wonderful relief in Asthma and
Hay Fever, and makes weak lungs
strong enough to ward oft Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds. 50c ana
SI.OO. Guaranteed by Smith Phar
macy. Trial bottle free.
Increase IIO!|l By Eating
Your Hi I IAS Leben’s
Appetite I lUll Bread.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN
TO ORDERS FOR
I AM AFTER YOUR TRADE
AND WILL SELL YOU THE
THE BAKERS ART CAN MAKE
Prompt attention given to orders
Give me a trial and join the
great army ot Pleased House
F. W. LEBEN, Prop.
Fresh rree.ni, light rye, French ana
Graham bread today at Lebeu's ball
ry, 100 A street.
The Union Pressing Club has re
moved from 309 Newcastle street t
the rear of the store at 317 Newcastl
eereet. Phone 1413. W. H. Martin
Charlton Wright, of Sterling, spent
yesterday in the city.
.1. C. Ligeour will spend to-day in
Way cross on business.
F. L. Stacy has returned from a
short visit to Savannah.
J- .1. Lissner has returned from a
business trip to Jacksonville
Judge A. J. Crovatt leit last night
on a business trip at Atlanta
S. K. Drown left last night for At
lanta on a shut business trip.
A. J. Mitchelson left yesterday on
a business trip up the Coast Line.
J. A. Montgomery has returned to
Waynesville after a visit to his family
Hon. H. F. Uunwody, of this city
has been appointed a member of the
Oglethorpe monument committee ny
B. H Houseman, general agent of
the Southern Railway, left last night
for Atlanta, where he goeß to attend
a meeting of railway agents. He will
return to the city Wednesday.
Monroe Phillips, of Macon, who ar
rived in the city Saturday .quite tl 1
was reported to be Improving yester
day. Mr. Phillips took 111 on the train
arid suffered considerably. He will
probably bo able to return to Macon
in a few days.
Shoes for your wife; shoes Tor your
children; shoes for yourself at Peei
Cold weather means heavier shoes.
OLD DR. DRUMMOND.
After many years of patient study
and experiment, has given the wornl
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 a
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 particular# and testimonials
of wo’-Merfu! cures.
WE WISH T 0 ANNOUNCE THAT
WE WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS —-"■■■
MONDAY, OCTOBER Bth- A LARGE
STOCK OF COAL AND WOOD AL
WAYS ON HAND. GIVE US A TRIAL
IVERSON COAL & WOOD CO.
COR I STREET AND COCHRAN AVF. PHONE 448.
Latest Fads in Fall and Winter!
MRS. M. W. PURVIS I
SEE OUR HAT# S0 NEWCASTLE #T.