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Ladies’. Mens, Children’s
TELEPHONE 215. 218 NEWCASTLE STREET.
1907 LINE of
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Stove and Furniture House
THE STORE WHERE PRICES ARE RIQHT.
We Refund Money if you are Not Benefitted
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IN ALL LENGTHS BOTH
SOLID COLORS AND MIXED.
A VERY SWELL LOT THAT
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CHILDREN’S AND MIB3ES’
LONG AND SHORT COATB.
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ONLY TWO HUNDRED
REGISTRATION FOR THE CITY
ELECTION CONTINUES TO BE
Yesterday started the third week of
registration for the approaching pri
mary, and up to the nour the books
closed in the afternoon only about
225 voters had qualified ior the elec
tion, over 100 of them having regia- j
tered last week.
It is expected, nowever, that before
the end of the present week the total
number will be near 300 mark. The
campaign has merely commenced in
the city and it .will oniy oe a few
more days before the politicians will
have men in the field getting people
It is Laid to make an estimate ot
what the total registration will he
this year. There will, of course, oe
only a few negroes to register, as
tney can not vote in the primary
and can only cast their ballot for the
nominees at the general election.
Many believe tnat not mere than 1
000 or 700 wili qualify.
if there is any style in a shoe you
have seen in a book, look over our
stock and you will be pretty sure to
find it. Peerson’s.
SHOES OF ALL KINDS ANP
STYLES AT PEERSON’S.
Folks with tender feet become
sprinters alter wearing shoes from
Infants* soil s, lf> to 26 cents values
at 6 ( into per pair at Sig Levison.
Call up Davis and Taylor’s stable
If you want dirt for raising your lots
NEW '"LAP JACK FLOUR
NEW GEORGIA SYRUP
NEW MAPLE SYRUP
NEW HONEY (In Bottles)
214 NEWCASTLE ST.
WELL KNOWN AND PROMINENT
CITIZEN PASSES AWAY AF
TER A LONG ILLNbSS.
Mr. H. ‘M. Miller, one of Bruns
wick’s oldest and most prominent
citizens, passed away yesterday morn
ing at 7:20 o’clock at his home on B
street, alter an illness of several
months. During the past several
■ weeks his condition has been very
serious, and the end has been mo
mentarily expected for the past sev
The deceased was 80 years of age,
and his life has been one of which
any man should leel proua. Close to
thirty years ago he came to Bruns
wick from the old country and cm-!
gaged in the harness business with
tils; sou. Mr. Constance Miller, n:i -r
the firm name of H. M Miller & Son.
For years he was at the head of this
firm and finally went into the furni
ture business, which is still operated
under the name of H. M. Miller .&
Son. The success of the firm at
present speaks test of the success
of the deceased. He was actively con
nected with the business up to a year
.Mr. Miller is survived by his wife
and six children. Mr. Constance Mil
ler. of tnis city; Mr. Frank Miller, ot
New Jersey; and Messrs. Herbert ana
Charles Miller, ,of South Carolina.
| and one daughter and one son In Dor
The funeral will occur this morn
ing at 10 o’clock from the residence,
309 B street. Father Dunne, ot St.
Frances Xaxier's church, officiating.
The following gentlemen will act'as
pall bearers: Fred Baumgertner, C.
Arnheiter, F. E. Twitty. K. H. Scam
and E Fabian. The deceased was a
I member of Rathbone idge. Knights or
Pythias, and that lodge will be repre-
J sented at the funeral by the following
j members: Max Isaac, F A. Dunn, 1,.
| Ludwig, J. IT. Tankersley.
The News joins with the many
other members of the family In ex
| fine ffrees
I CAN FURNISH AND PLANT ON
SHORT NOTICE, CABBAGE, MAG
NOLIA, SYCAMORE, MAPLE DOG
WOOD, OAK AND UM3RELL
TREES. GIVE ME A TRIAL.
D. B. PVLES.
623 E Street.
G. F. ANDERSON. AgL
L. C. SMITH
Typewriters Rented and Repaired
DOLLAR RIBBONS AT 76c.
When need a Rain Coat
you need it bad.
No matter how many Over
coats may have, there
nothing to take the place oi
When Old “Prob” says
Coat and, if his prediction w
doesn’t come true, it will an- Jffl
all THE PURPOSES OF AN OVERCOAT. Va
Many Men will wear them all through—the coldest k*
They like them i-o ause they are not as clumsy as a a 4
regular Overcoat, yet their length protects the limbs. &
Our Rain Coats tins season are cut in true Overcoat w A
BanJß tutor —oja'is at waist and full at bottom.
Clothiers to the whole family. JTa
FULL HITS FOR LADIES
I HAVE THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF FALL HATS EVER
DISPLAYED IN BRUNSWICK. LADIES ARE INVITED TO
M 135 L. G, JACKSON *
OPERA HOwSE BLOCK.
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tablishment in Georgia.
DON’T WEAR READY MADE GARMENTS WHEN YOU
CAN HAVE THEM MADE TO ORDER AT R. DENI2ET AT
THE MOST REASONABLE RATE.
ALL KINDS OF PLAITING, BUTTONS MADE ON SHORT
HAVE YOUR BANDS, FOLDS, PIPING. PINKING MADE
AT 2c. PER YD. WHILE YOU WAIT. CALL OR PHONE 311
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