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BATCH OF ITEMS
IH THE CITY
LITTLE NOTES OF INTEREST
PICKED UP OVER THE CITY
a DURING THE DAY.
Forecast fgir today in Georgia: Fair
Ratbbone lodge, Knights of Py
thias, will hold their regular weekly
meeting tonight in Castle Hall.
Council Meets Tonight.
City council will meet again to
night and discuss the matter v.hfcl;
has caused so many lengthy cham
he;s sessions lately. It is expected
that the matter will be settled to
night and bandied in open council.
Cold Wave Arrives.
The predicted cold wave, two or
three days overdue, arrived yester
day, and there was a big drop In t.h c
rnocury. It turned colder at an early
hour today and accoring to the
weather man it will continue cold for
two or three days.
Small Blaze Yesterday.
The fire department was ’called
oit yesterday about noon by an
alarm from box 42. A <j,uiek run was
made to the ecene and the blaze
was discovered In a two-story frame
residence at the corner of George and
Cordon streets, occupied tby negroes
and owned by W. M. Tupper. The
damage was small.
Large Crowd Going.
A large number of Brunswlcl
bu3lnoss men ara planning the trip
to the big sale of lots In Fitzgerald
Thursday to be held by B robs tor
Fendig and Cos., of this city. A spe
cial train over the Atlanta, Bir
mingham and Atlantic railroad, with
a sleeper attached, will take the
crowd from this city. The party will
return to the city Friday morning.
WHERE WAS THE
MAYOR AND COUNCIL !
"I am solely and directly responsi
ble for that Neff trolley car fran
chise N. D. Russell. City Clerk."
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for f I.oo 'par ux. V> ill *IIJ (lint W 1 trial, to be laid foi I
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Le item send your orders to the |
BotJ in Brunswick by Roberts & Calnar
NEW DILL PICKLES
SWEET MIXED PICKLES
NEW SWEET PICKLES
NEW SOUR PICKLES
NEW SOUR KRAUT
ANOTHER BHIPMENT OF
NEW GEORGIA SYRUP
IN BARRELS. (Juat In.)
414 NEWCASTLE ST. 1
A LARGE HOUSE
BURNED TO GROUND
HOUSE IN THE TENDERLOIN DIS
TRICT TOTALLY DESTROY
ED LAST NIGHT.
The fire department was called out
again at an early hour this morning
by an alarm sounded frcm box 23.
The blaze was discovered in the
large two-story frame dwelling in th c
tenderloin diet! itt at 214 South Gor
don street. The flames had gained
good headway before the arrival in
department, and with a strong wind
blowing, which /fanned the flames to
all sections of/the house, it was im
possible to ''filjhck them.
It is undeVßtood that the house was
occupied by three or four women un
til a few days ago. Just how man',
of them were there at the time <>
the lire is not known.
The house was owned by J v,.
Wallace and was probably insured.
Practically all of th’e household good*
It is not known how the flr<
LITTLE BOY PASSES AWAY.
James Parker Talt Died Sunday-
Night After Long Illness.
Little James Parker Tait, eldest
son of; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tait, died
Sunday night at 2 o’clock after an
of several years with spinal
troußle. The funeral occurred yes
terday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, Rev-
F. D. Thomas officiating. The Pres
byterian choir sang the hymns
Asleep in Jeaus and Safe in the Arms
of Jesus very sweetly. The choir
was composed cf Miss Lucile Butts,
Mrs. Mary Stacy, Messrs. R. E. Sher
man, T. J. Wright and G. H. Cook.
The interment was at Oak Grove
The parents have the sympathy of
hosts of friends in their sorrow
AMERICU3 13 INTERESTED (
in the New Steamship Line to
\ j Havana.
The Wnerlcus Times-Tteeorde 1
If Americas builds that railway to
Hawkinsville—and it will be built,
brother—local merchants will have
opened up to them anew steamshic
line to New York. It is announce i
by the Birmingham and Atlantic rail
way, which our line crosses, that
the steamer Brunswick of the Bruns
wick line, which will ply between
New York, Brunswick • .1 Havana,
will carry passengers as well as
freight and that the steamer wil!
soon go Into commission, the fhv
trip from New York to be made in th c
next few weeks. After this sailings
from New York will be bi-weekly.
Two Generals Wounded.
Valencia, Spain, Nov. 12. —Gener-
als Roldan and Castellanos were se
verely wounded today as a result of j
the explosion of a land mine dur- j
lng experiments which were being
conducted by the military engineers. 1
Governor Hoch’s Plurality.
Topeka, KasJ Nov. 12.—Complete
official returns/from 96 out of 105
counties receiid up till night, give
Governor E. ty. Hoch a plurality of
2.060 votes against Willian A. Harris,
democratic candidate for governor. ;
The nine counties still out are smail
ones and probably will have little
effect on Hoch's plurality.
O. P. ANDERSON. Agt.
L. C. SMITH
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