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OUR NEW LINE OF
Every mother’! ten in this
group of future college men
kFpirei to fit the
their father! wear. Later
on they’ll have their own.
hea7.7he StTt.on I?'.he NONE BETTER AT ANY
world’! itandard in style, PRICE.
e beauty and workmanship.
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TH ESE two extremes of '
life certainly do demand exactly those nourish
ing properties winch are conveyed to the system
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
veloped children, and for weak, listless, run-down
people in general.
AT ALL DRPOSTORES, 0* DOtICT FROM TUB SMWM".
• MADS BY ACME BREWING 00. MACON, OA.
A Guaranteed Cough Cure is
MORGAN’S WHITE PINE and TAR.
The Bottle .... 25 C.
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BATCH OF ITEMS
AROUND THE CITY
BATCH OF LITTLE ITEMS GATH
ERED AROUND THE CITY
DURING THE DAY.
Forecast (for today: / I'alr and
Oglethorpe Lodge Met.
Oglethorno lodge, lOiights of
Pythiak held theftr regular (weekly
meeting in Castle ball last night,
disposing of a number of routine
Many 4f the Brunswick ur rehan a
are now busy o; ning up their
C’nristmas goods and the display In
the lopal store 1 : this season promise*
to excel any line of holiday goods
ever seen in Brunswick.
| Rushed With Work.
The factory of the Georgia Sash
I and Door Company is now kept busy
| filling the many orders the com
pany has on hand. The plant has
I been running, overtime occasionally
to meet the demands for Its goods.
No Changes Here.
The Sou: h Georgia conference of
the Methodist church will be held in
Valdosta the latter part of the pres
ent month, and both of tne local
ministers will likely attend. They
will both more than probably be re
turned to Brunswick, as they have
have been here only one year.
Veterans Were Delighted.
All of the Brunswick veterans who
attend (id the sl ate (reunion in Sa
vannah have returned to the city
and they report a delight full time
in the Forest City. The local vets
were weH taken care of and they
all had a pleasant time.
HAS NOT YET DECIDED
Not Known Whether or Not Rev.
Boykin Will Come Here.
Rev. Boykin, of Lexington, Miss.,
who spent a few days in Brunswick
last week, and who conducted ser
vices at St. Mark's Episcopal church,
has not yet jflecided whether or not
he will aorefit the call extended him
by that church.
Rev. Boykin came here merely to
look over the situation. When he
left for his home on Monday ho
stated to the congregation that he
‘was very much pleased with the
city and talked very favorably. It is
expected that he will notify the ves
try whether or not be will accept
the call within the next, few days.
NEW GEORGIA SYRUP
GARDI YELLOW YAMS
PEARS (In oane)
NEW WITH US.
214 NEWCASTLE ST. -
BIG CROWD WILL
SEE SATILLA LAND
MANY CITIZENS WILL BE AT
NEW PIER WHEN SHE AR
The Brunswick Strarrnhip Com
pany’s steamer Satilia is expected
to arrive in port some tim tomor
row, and it Is expec.ed U..v two or
three hundred people will be/at the
new A.. B. and A. tei mitigfs when
she lands at the new wdrhrf. It is
not known exactly wh/Et time she
will he here, but atf soon as she is
sighted off the bar the report will
be circulated that he is coming up
the harbor and i will not take the
crowd long to gather at the new
As this is the first trip to the
Satilia it. is not known exactly how
long it will taae her to make the
trip, |ut it is get . rally believed
that she will come in tomorrow af-l
ternoon early. She sailed front New I
York Thursday a I 2 o’clock.
The Satilia will be in port for three
or four days. As has Veen previ
ously stated, as soon as she fin
ishes discharging her cargo she will
shift to the wharves of the South
ern Tie and Timber Company, whor e
she will take on a cargo for the re
SHOULD BE PROSECUTED
Signs Posted on Billboards Torn
Down by Administration People.
The campaign committee of the
People’s ticket a few days ago had
signs' posted en tho different bill
boards of the city'. Those signs
were ipostod as advertising - matter
and the bill posters as well as the
i.alnters were paid for their work.
Several of the signs have been
torn down ,by same cue, .possibly
by boys who have been paid to do
It toy some of the local politicians ir
Brunswick, who would not mind see
ing an inno ent boy arrested or to
do anything else In the present cana
palgn to make a few votes. It is
against the law' to tear such signs
from the billboards and if the low
person who is doing this work is
captured he should be prosecuted to
tne full exfent of the law.
First Baptist Church.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. Sunday. Sunday School at 9:45
a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
7:30 p. m. At the morning hour
Rev. J. E. Simmons, the pastor, will
preach from Jeremiah 5:22. Even
ing subject, "Hearing and Obeying
the Savior’s Voice;” Hebrews 3:8.
Visitors and strangefes are invited
to worship with ns.
Men and Worn on Vnantmons About It,
Many women weep and wail and refuse
to be comforted bec.n-sc their once mag
nificent tre .tea v become thin and
faded. M tay r-.cn line t-j profanity
because ti e flics- : ;tc thr uth the thin
thatch on their cranium*. It will be good
new? to the mi.er-.bV , r h- t sesea. to
learn that New re’s TTorpi::> has been
placed upon the mar’cet. This is the new
scalp germicide and antiseptic 'hat acts
by destroying the germ or microbe that
Is the underlying cause of all hair de
struction. Herbicide lit a new prepara
tion, made after a now formula on an
entirely new protein' . Anyone who has
tried it will testify t„ worth. Try
tt yourself and he t - i.i i Sold by
leading druggists Sen,! ’ ?u stamns
for sample to The Hcrpielde Cos. De
For ea.ie by Sra'cu’.. parmacy.
CAli up Davis and Tuvlor s stable
if you want dirt for raising your lot
GL P. tNDERSON. Agt.
L. C. SMITH
Typewriters Rented snd Repaired
DOLLAR RIBBONS AT 75c.
SEEN HIE NEW DVERCOAT?
t price that tells tho
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