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YOUR FALL HEADWEAR
UNTIL YOU EXAMINE
OUR NEW LINE OF
Every mother’s son in this
group of future college met)
aspires to lit the
their fathers wear. Later
on they'll have their own.
They will learn that for all ......
heads the Stetson i, the NCNE BET.ER AT ANY
world’s standard in style,.. PRICE,
beauty and workmanship.
We ha*e the Stetson Soft nd Herb* K
w ilia* in sli the lateat Myles. *
"GET THE HABIT” TRADE AT
A Fu!l Line oJ
Ladies’. Mens, Children’.s
£ ' T ‘ ■ mm.
T ELtPHOrst 116 216 NEWCASTLE STREET.
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FOR THE AGED flV'i /
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"THESE two extremes of ' ' '
•t life certainly do demand exactly those nourish
ing properties which are conveyed to the system i
by Acme Malt Tonic. It is a splendid liquid food
that does not tax the digestion, but which conveys
a maximum amount of nutrition in minimum bulk.
It is purely vegetable and is highly recommended
and widely used in practice by the best physicians
in the land. It is invaluable for growing or unde- I
veloped children, and for weak, listless, run-down I
people in general.
AT ALL DSCOSTOFES. OR DIRECT FROM THE MUTWEri
MADE BY ACME UKEVVINO CO.. MACON. GA.
mm Mir m/c
A Guaranteed Cough Cure is
MORGAN’S WHITE PINE and TAR
\ The Bottle .... 25 C.
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BATCH OF ITEMS
AROUND TIE CITY
BATCH OF LITTLE ITEMS GATH
ERED AROUND THE CITY
DURING THE DAY.
Forecast for today in Georgia:
Frobably shov <jxs along the coait.
Elks Meet Tcnlgbt.
'the Brunswick lodge of Elks will
hold their regular weekly session in
their ball over the National Bank
tonight A number of routine mat
ters will ho handled.
To Mansfield Street.
The force of the .1 uilhern Brl
Telephone Company lias in w reach
ed as fas - as Mansfield street with
the work of laving the conduits.|
the work is being rapidly pu-died
Expected Friday Nicsht.
It Is understood that the steamer
Satllla did not sail from New York
until late Tuesday afternoon, and
that sfie is expected to arrive in
port next Friday night or Saturday
Little Girl Passes to Rest.
The little ,8-year-old daughter ot
Mr. and Mrs. It. h. Ratcliff died at
the heme of her parents on Fane/
Bluff Tuesday night after a .:•>>■
Illness. The funeral occurred yc
terday aflcrnoou, Rev. M. C. Austin
officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Ratcliff
have, many friends In this city who
will sympathize with them in the
loss of their little one.
TO NAME THE MANAGERS.
City Executive Committee Will Hold
a Meeting This Morning.
The city fcxe.utivo committee will
meet at city hall this morning at
10 o’clock the purpose of naming
the primary to te held
next Tuesday and for making other
arrangements for the election.
Just who will be selected to man
age the primary la not known, as
two of those who have acted for
managers In past elections are now'
candidates. They are Judge J. T.
Lambrlght and W. R. Cox, both of
whom are In the race for ahlerimtnic
Cal! tip ilavls and Taylors stable
If you want, dirt for raising your lot
Ordei je. taken tor truit and weddin
cakes it Lebeu’s.
Evai i late wrinkle in style, but
not a/'Tinkle in the lit of the shoes
NEW GEORGIA SYRUP
GARDI YELLOW YAMS
PEARS (In cans)
NEW WITH US.
214 NEWCASTLE ST. ~
BRUNSWICK RIFLEMEN AND AT
LANTIC BAND WILL PROBA
BLY HAVE TURN OUT.
The Brunswick Piiicrni-i; a:
Atlantic band / 'A-.-in, •
kind of a celebration on Thn
lug day for the entertainment of thr
people of Brunswick, but just what
it will be has not yet. been decided.
It is more than liked; thr t the com
pany will turn out and sKe a short
parade, headed by thnr musical or
ganization, and a nyC/ram of ex r
cises will i>c aruf.jp- ...- ;;tk - .
In the square of the city hall.
A tent pitching contest, probably a
maze drill, etc., i-> i in; discussed
by the company and at their next
meeting ionuthi g <b finite will be
decided upon. The hind will p/ob
ably give a short cot .-t in the j
square and an cniert tintng proprari
will be rendered by the two organ-!
i r lions for the entertainment of th* j
peci.le of this city.
SPECIAL OFF TO FITZGERALD.
Cuite a Number of Brunswickians •
Will Attend 3ia Sale.
The special train over the Atlanta,
Birmingham and Atlantic railroad I
left the city/ at 3:30 o'clock this j
morning Vor/Fitzgerald with quite aj
number of /oca! business men, who
are going to attend the big auction
sale of lots to be held in that city
today by Brobston, Fen dig and Cos.
Among those in the party were
A. J. Crovatt. F. E. Twitty, J. C.
Cornelius, \V. B, Cook, 11. W. Oaip,
15. A. Burfcrd. E. D. Walter and
others. The party will return to the
city tomorrow morning.
DRESS CORDS FOR COMPANY.
Fifty Were Rsoaived by th© Rift
men Yesterday Morning,
The Brunswick Riflemen yester-
day received fifty handsome dress
cords, which are to be worn with ■
their new dress uniforms.
The cords are similar to those
woin by officers, only they are dif
ferent color. They go around the
shoulders of the coat of the uni
form and extend down for several
inches. The pretty cords will be
worn by the Riflemen when they are
out in their dress uniforms, and they
will add greatly to the appearance
of the company.
CARTER GETS A PROMOTION
Brunswick Negro Will Bjr Consul at
Tamatave, Madagr s„ar.
J. Cr. Carter, the/ v 11 ' known
Brunswick negro, /vho left here a
few weeks ago tt be United States
consul at Sivil,/\as already received
a promotion the government,
and will not go to that place, but
is-now en roup- to Tamatave, Mada
gascar, where he will be consul.
A cablegram was received from
Carter yesterday, who was In Ath
ens, stating that he was r.ow- en
route to the latter named place,
Negro Bank Fails.
Greenville, S. C., 'Nov. 14.—The/
Workingman's Savings ami Loan
Company, of this city, the only ns
gro banking institution in the state,
closed its doors today by order of
the state bank examiner. Carel ss
bookkeeping is said to be the cause
of the bank's embarrsnsment Ps
capital stock was SII,OOO.
tt P. ANDERSON, Agt.
L. C. SMITH
Typwritrs Rented and Repair***
DOLLAR RIBBONS AT 76c.
SEES IDE SEW OVERGOAT?
We want every
Young Man in town
to see it.
It’s, certainly a
Drop in any day
and see this hand
some newcomer In
If you want “the”
Coat, youll eertainiv
leave your Over
coat money here.
It's by all odds the
smartest Coat that
trade for many a lav.
Tse Tailoring and
the • fabric is the
limit of fine Over
coat production while
the new cut is the
It affords us pleas
urn in show- our gar
810.C0 to 530.00
The price however
is meaningless untj'
fS you see the coat.
copyright. i905 by /. •. i price that tells the
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Fine Clothes Makers IS A 9CPDC
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F.'.LL Kf.TS FOB LADIES
I HAVE THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF FALL HATS EVER
Di SPLAYHO IN BRUNSWICK, LADIHS ARE INVITED TO
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OPERA HOuSE BLOCK.
LA MAISON PARISIENNE
■‘the ONLY French Ladies Tailoring and Dressmaking Es
tablishment in Georgia.
PATRONIZE HOME TRADE. HAVE YOUR EVENING, BALL
TCiLETS, OPERA CLOAKS, STREET COSTUMES, MADE AT R.
DENIZE. LA i EST PARISH FASHIONS AND PERFECT FIT
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ALL KINDS OF PLAI TING, BUTTONS MADE ON SHORT
HAVE YOUR BANDS, FOLDS, PIPING, PINKING MADE
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