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Mr. L. M. Beggs Is slightly 111 to
the regret of his friends.
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Mrs. Mitchell Lamb, of Woodbine,
la the gueat of her sister. Miss Ida
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Mrs. C. D. Parker will entertain
the Acacia Club next Wednesday af
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Mb s Leslie Butts leaves in a few
days to spend several weeks In
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Mias Zoe Craig has arrived from
Way r< ss to visit Miss I-’ogene Wil
liams and Mrs C. M. Tilton.
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Miss Gr-orsria Etta Orne, of Wil
mintr'on. N. C.. is the guest of Mrs.
J. M. Young and Mias Marie Wlm
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Mr. and Mrs. James M. Young
leavers today for a visit to Mr.
Younr'a old home in Quitman and
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Mrs. J. C. Lehman and Mr. L.
Goldsmith have removed to the
homo of Mrs. Ed Brute where they
have taken apartments.
Miss I/Tulso Baker who had her
arm severely sprained a few days
ago by being thrown out of her po,ny
cart, is recovering from her injuries.
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Mrs. 11. L. Harris, formerly of
Brunswick, has removed with her
children 10 Los Angelos, Cal., where
Ernestine Harris haa a.ent the past
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Mr. and Mtb. Julius May will re
move 'December l to the Goldsmith
homo on E street, which they re
cently purchased and on which they
are having a number of Improve
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Mr. R. E, Briosenlck is fencing in
bis lot on Prince and Wolf streets.
This is ono of the prettiest resldone*
lots In Brunswick and Mr. Bides e
nick will probably erect a handsome
residence on It lat r on.
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The Slxhand Euchre Club met
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. R. R.
Hopkins. This was the first meet
ing of the season and was much
enjoyed by the members. The prize
LOOK and LISTEN l
J|L j ust * or one momtJnt consider the necessity ,of Wl
owning a Cravenette or Overcoat for these cold days Wfl \
anC * n 'S^ ts *
|§ 1 /\/\!/ ahout you and note the >well coats that you see on i
|| the backs of the well dressers,
f|: ; ::.|| and torcuriosit y’ ssake • nHif*
| V | Cli’Afl to the. wea r ers as they express their satisfaction re
‘ garding the fit and feeling of the swell tailored gar- ||| |j[_ y
roqM ments they have purchased from us, lr '
S,X J r . FORM FORTY-SIX Cack>
THF. r.rhtlElMt R 11S1ELCO 1 c;>/wch', in
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.‘Quarter Size Collars
WOOD-BAILEY CLOTHING CO.
“The Warm Store in the Heart of the City.” I
was won ibv Mrs. J. W. Bennet.
Those present were Mrs. J. D.,
Sparkß, Mrs. W. .M. Tupper, Mrs.
Bolling Whitfield. Mrs. W. G. Brant
ley, Mi-s. J. W. Bennet.
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Mi. E. H. Mason, of Brunswick, a
prominent banker of that city, is in
the city for the wedding of bis
nephew, Mr. Lee Mason Jordan, and
Miss Vranceis Carter, whih took
placo last evening.—Atlanta Journal.
Miss Ethel Conoley entertained
the Junior Slxhand Euchre Club very
plea-antly yesterday afternoon. Tho
prize was won by Miss Kezzie Con
oley. The members iiresent were
Misses Rita McKinnon and Frances
Grant Nightingale, Mrs. T. Q. Flem
ing, Jr., and Mrs. T. J. McCall
Mies Irene Wood and Kezzie Con
oley were guests of the club.
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Mrs. W. C. Lemon complimented
Mrs. Thomas McKev with ad l ght
ful reception yesterday afternoon
from four to six. The rooms were
charmingly decorated, the dominat
ing color mote b<|!ng bluet. Tiny
bouquet# of blue forget me-nots were
given the guests as souvenirs of the
occasion, which was a farewell a*
temlon to Mrs. McKey prior to her
departure for Valdosta. Among
those assisting Mrs. Lemen in re
celvlng were Meedames E. R. C
nant, Hoyt W. Gale, A. M. Way, r
K Herndon and Misses Alma
Wright, Mildred Lyon and Margaret
Young. Many guests called during
the afternoon and the occasion was
a thoroughly enjoyable one and a
graceful compliment to Mrs. McKey,
wliosu departure is greatly regret
Danger From the Plague.
There's grave danger from the plfc
guo of Coughs and Coids that ars so
prevalent, unless you take Dr. Kings
New Discovery for Consumption.
Coughs and Colds. Mrs. Geo. Wall3
of Forest City, Me., writes: "It’s a
Godsend to people living in climate
where coughs and colds prevail. 1
nnd it quickly ends them, it pre
vents Pneumonia, cures LaGrippe,
Sives wonderful relief In Asthma and
Hay Fever, and makes weak lungs
strong enough to ward off Consump
tion. Coughs and Colds. 60c anu
SI,OO. Guaranteed by Smith Phar
mney. Trial bottle free.
tHC BRUNSWICK DAILY NBWB, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1? :3Ci
DVE RTjSE FI E N T S.
State of Georgia,
County of Glynn.
To the heirs at law of Mrs._ Mar
that Hardy and devise 'a indeV the
will of W. W. Hardy and Iha other
devisees named therein, and to a.!
creditors cf said estata:
You are hereby required to he and
appear, in person, or by attorney, at
the December Term. UK. :>f IV
court or Ordinary of Glynn County,
Georgia, and then and 'here pr.-sent
proper proof of your claims as heirs
at law of Mrs. Martha Hardy t.- and
devisees under the will of W. W.
Hardy, deceased, and as other de
visees named in said will or as cred
itoi s of said estate, at the time and
place when such proofs as heirs, de
visees or creditors shall be passed
up* n by the Court of Or llnary.
Witness my land and official sig
nature, this Bth day of November.
Ordinary Glynn County, Georgia.
State of Georgia, Glynn County.
By virtue of an order of the court
of ordinary of 4 said 'county, there
will be sold at nil' ll: outcry on the
first Tuesday in December. 1906. at
the court house door in said county,
between the usual hou's of sale, the
following described property, to-wit:
That certain tract of land in the 26th
district. G. M. of said couniy con
taining twelve (12) acres, more or
less, known as the home place of W.
fi. Manoe. deceased, on Blythe Island
therein, aqd heing the same tract of
land conveyed to the said W. B. Man
oe by those certain three (3) deeds
the first from Louisa C. Doerflinger,
which deed is re;orded in book H B
page 514, of said county; the sec
on 1 from Euphemia A. Harris, recor
ded in book R R, page 20, and the
third from the Seaboard Land. Im
provement and Manufacturing Com
pany of Georgia, recorded in book N
dervis and >recor|? thereof is had
N, page 345, reference to which sai l
for all purposes of description; said
property to be soid as the property
of the estate of W. B. Manoe. Terms
of sale cash.
Administratrix of W B. Fanoe# es
I handle the best line of new good*:
In the city. Do not be fooled b\
business opponents who try to tli
you different CaJl and be convinc
ed Sig Levlso.n.
Blue Ribbon Beer.
Jest iece!ved, a car load of Rah
<"-wing Company’s Blue Ribbon bee
bone Is sold at all first clues saloon
i the city of Brunswick. Ueiail i
“tits per boftie and $1,50 per dozei
T. Ncwmai,. snip -ivent ?t8 Bav strep
We don't buy once a year nor
twice a year, but we arc receiving
shoes all the time. Peerson's.
Drummond Medieme Cos.. New York.
Gentlemen:—Seed me on© more bot
tle of the Remedy and one of the
„.niment. Father thinks he is al
most well. He is fr- - e from pain, the
swelling almost gone, and the stiff
ness in his joints better by far than :
he ever expected. He wants another
month's treatment, and thinks y tne :
time he takes t.iat he will be sound i
and well of rheumatism. Laura Bush- j
ong. Sulphur Li:k. Kv.
Readv-to-wear hats, o: the latest
style will he dif'la vp.i a. Mis* Kh'p
Slater <■ millinery opening Friday anu
ALL FIRST CLASS SALOONS
ScLL HARVARD’S RVE
I Will save you big monev on cloth
ing. Every steamer and railroad
\ brings new goods. Sig I.evison.
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JOHN D. km.-NTD*
Brunswick’s Candy Store.
Don’t buy burnt sugar and imagine
, you are getting pure chocolate. Sucu
! substitutes are injurious to health
i For pure chocolate and ai l other can
dies call on me.
A fresh supply received ev v week
from Menier the famous chocolate
maker. Either in hulk or in beautiful
pound and half pound boxes.
FINEST FRUITS, CIGARS AND TO
TAFFY CANDY MADE FRESH
208 Newcastle S’reet
GO DOWN TO THE CITY HALL
: AND REGISTER
ALL FIRST CLASS SALOONS
SELL HARVARD’S RYE
3 CANS for SI.OO
A FINE COFFEE
IMPERIAL SHEESE per Jar 15s.’
POTATO CHOPS package. 10c.
NAME and QUALITY.
IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR ABOUT WHAT YOU WRITE
WITH BUY A
mm FIIINTAII PEN
WE ARE HERE EVERY DAY TO FULLY GUARANTEE THEM
They are the Very Essence of ease and satisfaction in Writing
FLEMING & BRYANT
Stop Dipping and Buy a STERLING FOUNTAIN PEN $1.25 to $6
118 NEWCASTLE BT. PHONE 53.
Barrington Hall C
The Steel Cut W Ull wG A .
T h e F i nest Moch a& J ava
Per lb can . . 35c
For sale only at
A 1 4 IV! > C 227 Grant St,
W'/-\ 111 > O PHONE 296
.Gs f S
sisr rNNihu i AL rSLLb asal
. r - f*r~: or and banish “pi
of menstruation. They are “ LIFK SAVERS -*’ to
womanhood, aiding' development of organs and
tWßk'> known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harr^B
becomes a pleasure. SI.OO Pl*K BOX BY MAIL. 9
®&£2Siis' by druggists. Di;. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO.. Cleveland*